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Box 10

 Container

Contains 33 Results:

Transcription, 1971 Sep 1

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents

Includes an edited draft and a final draft of the transcription of Buell's interview with RADM Robbins.

Dates: 1971 Sep 1

Oral histories: Interview with Margaret Spruance, 1971 Nov 29-Dec 20

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 2
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, oral histories, research materials, and photographs collected and used by Buell to complete his biography of Admiral Spruance, The Quiet Warrior. All of the research materials assembled by Buell pertain to the life and career of Spruance, particularly his naval career during World War II and his ambassadorial post in the Philippines. Buell’s research is comprised of correspondence between himself and naval officers who knew him throughout his career and photocopies of Spruance correspondence. Also included are subject cards and subject files created by Buell with copies of Spruance’s fitness reports, articles, clippings, Buell’s notes, and photocopies of the research compiled by VADM E.P. Forrestel. Forrestel had also wrote a biography on Spruance for the Navy Department in 1966 focusing on Spruance’s World War II activities.Also found in this collection are photographs, oral history recordings and transcriptions. Majority of the photographs are official U.S. Navy photographs, many of which were used by Buell in The Quiet Warrior. Photographs are of Spruance, his family, his World War II contemporaries, and scenes from the war in the Pacific. Oral histories contain edited transcriptions of interviews conducted by Buell with Spruance’s close associates as well as his wife and daughter. The audiocassettes for these interviews are included.The bulk of this collection is made up Buell’s various...
Dates: 1971 Nov 29-Dec 20

[Transcription] Interview with Mrs. Spruance, 1971-11-29

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: 2
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents

This item is a transcription of an interview CDR Thomas B. Buell conducted with ADM Raymond A. Spruance's daughter, Margaret Bogart.

Dates: 1971-11-29

Photographs: Ambassador to the Philippines, circa 1952-1956

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 3
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, oral histories, research materials, and photographs collected and used by Buell to complete his biography of Admiral Spruance, The Quiet Warrior. All of the research materials assembled by Buell pertain to the life and career of Spruance, particularly his naval career during World War II and his ambassadorial post in the Philippines. Buell’s research is comprised of correspondence between himself and naval officers who knew him throughout his career and photocopies of Spruance correspondence. Also included are subject cards and subject files created by Buell with copies of Spruance’s fitness reports, articles, clippings, Buell’s notes, and photocopies of the research compiled by VADM E.P. Forrestel. Forrestel had also wrote a biography on Spruance for the Navy Department in 1966 focusing on Spruance’s World War II activities.Also found in this collection are photographs, oral history recordings and transcriptions. Majority of the photographs are official U.S. Navy photographs, many of which were used by Buell in The Quiet Warrior. Photographs are of Spruance, his family, his World War II contemporaries, and scenes from the war in the Pacific. Oral histories contain edited transcriptions of interviews conducted by Buell with Spruance’s close associates as well as his wife and daughter. The audiocassettes for these interviews are included.The bulk of this collection is made up Buell’s various...
Dates: circa 1952-1956

Photographs: Thomas B. Buell, circa 1974

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 4
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, oral histories, research materials, and photographs collected and used by Buell to complete his biography of Admiral Spruance, The Quiet Warrior. All of the research materials assembled by Buell pertain to the life and career of Spruance, particularly his naval career during World War II and his ambassadorial post in the Philippines. Buell’s research is comprised of correspondence between himself and naval officers who knew him throughout his career and photocopies of Spruance correspondence. Also included are subject cards and subject files created by Buell with copies of Spruance’s fitness reports, articles, clippings, Buell’s notes, and photocopies of the research compiled by VADM E.P. Forrestel. Forrestel had also wrote a biography on Spruance for the Navy Department in 1966 focusing on Spruance’s World War II activities.Also found in this collection are photographs, oral history recordings and transcriptions. Majority of the photographs are official U.S. Navy photographs, many of which were used by Buell in The Quiet Warrior. Photographs are of Spruance, his family, his World War II contemporaries, and scenes from the war in the Pacific. Oral histories contain edited transcriptions of interviews conducted by Buell with Spruance’s close associates as well as his wife and daughter. The audiocassettes for these interviews are included.The bulk of this collection is made up Buell’s various...
Dates: circa 1974

Photographs: Buell with Marilyn Buell, Llewellyn Buell, and the completed manuscript of The Quiet Warrior, 1973

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, oral histories, research materials, and photographs collected and used by Buell to complete his biography of Admiral Spruance, The Quiet Warrior. All of the research materials assembled by Buell pertain to the life and career of Spruance, particularly his naval career during World War II and his ambassadorial post in the Philippines. Buell’s research is comprised of correspondence between himself and naval officers who knew him throughout his career and photocopies of Spruance correspondence. Also included are subject cards and subject files created by Buell with copies of Spruance’s fitness reports, articles, clippings, Buell’s notes, and photocopies of the research compiled by VADM E.P. Forrestel. Forrestel had also wrote a biography on Spruance for the Navy Department in 1966 focusing on Spruance’s World War II activities.Also found in this collection are photographs, oral history recordings and transcriptions. Majority of the photographs are official U.S. Navy photographs, many of which were used by Buell in The Quiet Warrior. Photographs are of Spruance, his family, his World War II contemporaries, and scenes from the war in the Pacific. Oral histories contain edited transcriptions of interviews conducted by Buell with Spruance’s close associates as well as his wife and daughter. The audiocassettes for these interviews are included.The bulk of this collection is made up Buell’s various...
Dates: 1973

Photographs: Division Review, Hawaii, 1973

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 6
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, oral histories, research materials, and photographs collected and used by Buell to complete his biography of Admiral Spruance, The Quiet Warrior. All of the research materials assembled by Buell pertain to the life and career of Spruance, particularly his naval career during World War II and his ambassadorial post in the Philippines. Buell’s research is comprised of correspondence between himself and naval officers who knew him throughout his career and photocopies of Spruance correspondence. Also included are subject cards and subject files created by Buell with copies of Spruance’s fitness reports, articles, clippings, Buell’s notes, and photocopies of the research compiled by VADM E.P. Forrestel. Forrestel had also wrote a biography on Spruance for the Navy Department in 1966 focusing on Spruance’s World War II activities.Also found in this collection are photographs, oral history recordings and transcriptions. Majority of the photographs are official U.S. Navy photographs, many of which were used by Buell in The Quiet Warrior. Photographs are of Spruance, his family, his World War II contemporaries, and scenes from the war in the Pacific. Oral histories contain edited transcriptions of interviews conducted by Buell with Spruance’s close associates as well as his wife and daughter. The audiocassettes for these interviews are included.The bulk of this collection is made up Buell’s various...
Dates: 1973

Photographs: The Quiet Warrior, 1884-1936

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 7
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents

Photographs used in The Quiet Warrior including images of the Spruance family and Admiral Spruance throughout the early years of his naval career.

Dates: 1884-1936

Photographs: The Quiet Warrior, 1942-1944

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 8
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents

Includes images used in The Quiet Warrior of the War in the Pacific and Spruance throughout his naval career.

Dates: 1942-1944

Photographs: The Quiet Warrior, circa 1944-1945

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 9
Identifier: MSC-037.1
Scope and Contents

Includes images used in The Quiet Warrior of the War in the Pacific, and Spruance and his contemporaries during the war.

Dates: circa 1944-1945