Naval War College (U.S.)
Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Found in: Naval Historical Collection
Scope and Contents Administrative correspondence, memoranda, directives and reports regarding the organization of the course, 1945–1957; Curriculum items, including course materials and directives, 1952–1957; Lectures, reading lists, and student papers. 1952–1957; Photographs.
Dates: 1945 - 1957
Abstract The Anderson papers consist of career papers, correspondence, subject files, writings, and other miscellaneous items related to the military career of Bern Anderson. The majority of the materials in this collection are from the career series and the correspondence series. These materials reflect many angles of his active United States Naval duty including: his personal letters during active duty, his materials regarding Operation Hollandia, his published and unpublished writings, diaries, citations, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Dates: Majority of material found within ( 1944-2000); 1920-1960
Assignment of officers to the staff to naval warfare curriculum items, Academic Year 1956-1956-57, circa 1956
File — Box: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection consists of military service records, flight log books, photographs, scrapbooks, and other materials relating to Neil C. Porter’s life and career in the United States Navy including his time as an instructor at the Naval War College. Also included in this collection is a diary from Porter’s father-in-law, Lt. Cdr. Charles H. Ritt, in which he details his experiences working at the Naval Training Station in Newport, R.I. before starting his tour of duty on the USS New York as an assistant paymaster.
Dates: circa 1956
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract The personal papers of Rear Admiral Richard W. Bates (1892-1973) cover the years 1915-1973. He was a commanding officer on many ships in the Navy. His collection consists of correspondence, subject files, writings, speeches, and miscellaneous items. The papers are arranged in four series based on an established file system. They mainly encompass Bates career as a Naval Officer, family, and social life in Newport, as well as other aspects of his career including published and unpublished writings, notes, photographs, slide presentations, and reports.