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Uniforms of Midshipmen, 1924, MS 193
The disbound volume consists of descriptions of midshipman uniforms in the United States Navy and Royal Navy from the time of Horatio Nelson to 1924, as well as historic lists of clothing furnished to Naval Academy midshipmen and excerpts from various uniform regulations. The volume includes photographic examples of midshipman uniforms spanning from 1770 to 1924.
Journal of a cruise on board the U.S.S. United States from New York to various ports on the Mediterranean Sea, 1832-1942 (bulk 1832-1833), MS 94
The journal, in the form of a diary, was kept by Captain's Clerk Peter Stuyvesant Fish, and spans from July 3, 1832 to November 23 1833. The journal describes the daily occurrences of a cruise of the U.S.S. United States, under the command of John B. Nicolson, originating in New York, with calls at Madeira, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Mahon, Naples, Messina, Syracuse, Malta, Tunis, Toulon, Genoa, Spezia, Leghorn, Elba, Palermo, Trieste, Corfu, and Piraeus.
Watch, Quarter, and Station Bills of the U.S. Frigate United States, 1817-1818, MS 66
Watch, quarter, and station bills of the U.S.S. United States, while serving in the Mediterranean. Included with the bills, which are dated 1818, are regulations received aboard the United States in October 1817.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1915, 1912-1953 (bulk 1922-1953), MS 439
The United States Naval Academy Class of 1915 Records span from 1912 to 1953, with the bulk of the documentation commencing in 1922. The records focus on the biographies and status of class members, the publication of the class bulletin, class finances, and reunion activities.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1919, 1934-1980, MS 230
The Records of the United States Naval Academy Class of 1919 focus primarily on the biographies of individual class members and on the activities, such as reunion events and the production of class publications, of the class as a whole.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1922, 1914-1999 (bulk 1922-1991), MS 435
The United States Naval Academy Class of 1922 Records span from 1914 to 1999, with most of the documentation commencing after the Class's graduation. The records focus on the biographies and obituaries of class members, the publication of class columns and directories, and reunion activities.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1923, 1919-1996, MS 430
The United States Naval Academy Class of 1923 Records span from the Class of 1923's admission to the Naval Academy in 1919 until 1996. The records focus on the biographies of individual class members, the reunion and regional activities of the class, and on longtime class president, Admiral Arleigh Burke.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1940, 1936-2010, MS 429
The records of the United States Naval Academy Class of 1940 focus primarily on the biographies of individual class members, especially members' service in World War II and, to a lesser extent, the Korean War and the peacetime Navy.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1946, 1942-2010, MS 337
The Records of the United States Naval Academy Class of 1946 focus primarily on the biographies of individual class members and on the activities, such as reunion events and reunion book publication, of regional alumni groups and the class as a whole.
United States Naval Academy Department of Ethics and English Studies' Memoranda for the Course in Ethics and English Studies, 1855-1867 (bulk 1855), MS 287
The United States Naval Academy Department of Ethics and English Studies' Memoranda for the Course in Ethics and English Studies was written in October 1855. The document provides an outline of the course in Ethics and English Studies taught to midshipmen at the Naval Academy in the mid-1850's.
United States Naval Academy Library Records, 1845-1971, MS 239
The United States Naval Academy Library Records pertain to the operation of the Naval Academy's library system from the founding of the Academy until just prior to the opening of Nimitz Library.
Records of the U.S. Naval Home, Philadelphia, 1831-1936, MS 247
The United States Naval Home in Philadelphia was a home for U.S. Navy pensioners and retirees from 1834 to 1976. The records focus primarily on the identity and conduct of the pensioners living at the Home.
United States Naval Lyceum Records, 1834-1846, MS 248
The United States Naval Lyceum, founded at the New York Navy Yard in 1833, was a learned society composed of Navy and Marine Corps Officers, that maintained a library, museum, and a bi-monthly publication. The records consist of the Lyceum's library catalog and member register.
U.S. Navy General Orders and Circulars, 1843-1857, (transferred to MS 2)
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