Italy (nation) -- Liguria (region (administrative division)) -- Genova (province) -- Genoa (inhabited place)
Subject Source: Places (Getty Thesaurus Of Geographic Names)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: CB 1954-55
Abstract The 1954-1955 Intrepid Cruise Book documents Intrepid's deployments during the Mediterranean Cruise. It details major events that occured during 1954-55, ports the crew visited, departments and air groups, and day to day life on board.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1954–55
Identifier: CB 1956
Abstract The 1956 Intrepid Cruise Book documents Intrepid's deployments during th3 1956 Meditteranea Cruise. It details major events that occured during 1956, ports the crew visited, departments and air groups on board, and day to day life on board.
Dates: Majority of material found within March–August 1956
Identifier: CB 1960-1961
Identifier: CB 1961-1962
Scope and Contents Table of Contents Dedication..................1 Introduction................4 History of Intrepid.........12 Mission of Intrepid.........16 Commandaing Officer.........22 Executive Officer...........24 Executive...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1961–62
Identifier: CB 1972-1973
Abstract David Tezak served on Intrepid from 1960-63 in the 3A Bosun Division as a Gunnery Seaman. The two Ketchers are the holiday editions of Intrepid's onboard newspaper from 1961.
Dates: Majority of material found within November 1–December 1, 1961
Abstract The Ken Kincade Papers contain materials from Kincade's Intrepid service between 1972–73, where he serves as Photographic Intelligence Mate 2nd Class. It includes a booklet of creative writing by the crew of the Intrepid, a card for the Order of the Blue Nose, and Ports of Call booklets for several places Intrepid stopped during Kincade's time with the ship.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1972–73
Scope and Contents The Thomas Wargo papers contain items from his service aboard Intrepid from 1962-63. These papers include documents from his service aboard Intrepid, Ports of Call ephemera, and a booklet entitled "Going Back to Civilian Life."
Dates: Majority of material found within 1962–63