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This collection consists of academic papers of Thaddeus G. Crapster (about 1879-1941) from when he attended the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island. He was a student at the Naval War College from 1922 to 1923, he graduated in May 1923.
Syllabi, readings and lectures for courses in U.S. History at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1967–1969.
Schedules, brochures, directives, selected readings, roster of participants, syllabi, speeches, and general information.
Curriculum guides and Course Directives for the College of Naval Warfare, Naval Command and Staff, Naval Command College and Naval Staff College.
Minutes of Curriculum Board meetings, 1951–1974, and Academic Policy Council memoranda, 1977.
Subject files, Correspondence, and Miscellany, 1944-2000. Subject files on World War II deception, Maritime Strategy, military intelligence, war games, amphibious warfare, strategy and intelligence, Naval War College Center for Advance Research, Center for Naval Analysis, and miscellany. The files contain correspondence, messages, research papers, speeches, extracts from books, published articles, newspaper clippings, reports, technical reports, manuals, organizational charts, maps, and address files.
Diary aboard USS Osmond Ingram (APD 35), January 1, 1945- November 25, 1945; Booklets, 1944; Souvenir postcards and postcards of Navy Ships, Prayer book and New Testament; Medical Guide for seamen and USNTS, Great Lakes (IL) matchbook cover; Three naval uniforms, enlisted rate.
Personal files, undated–1983; Correspondence files, 1977–1983; Speeches given at the Naval War College and other institutions, undated–1982; Subject Files treating electives courses, 1976–1981, while State Department Advisor to the President, NWC
Correspondence, letters sent and received, including several of ADM Raymond A. Spruance, 1961-1998; writings, speeches, newspaper clippings, photographs and a history of the Naval War College, 1884-1958 by Paul Schratz. 1961-1998. Taped interview with Admiral John T. Hayward, 1961, and Admiral Arleigh Burke, 1962–1963, regarding the history of the Polaris submarine.