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USS Meredith (DD-165), Boston Navy Yard, 4 February 1919

USS Meredith (DD-165), Boston Navy Yard, 4 February 1919

USS Meredith (DD-165), Boston Navy Yard, 4 February 1919

Here we see the Wickes class destroyer USS Meredith (DD-165) at the Boston Navy Yard on 4 February 1919

U.S. Destroyers: An Illustrated Design History, Norman Friedmann .The standard history of the development of American destroyers, from the earliest torpedo boat destroyers to the post-war fleet, and covering the massive classes of destroyers built for both World Wars. Gives the reader a good understanding of the debates that surrounded each class of destroyer and led to their individual features.


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                  Service history [ edit | edit source ]

                  Atlantic [ edit | edit source ]

                  Following shakedown in Cuban waters, Meredith returned to Boston on 8 June 1941 and was assigned to Destroyer Division 22. Departing Boston on 6 July, she engaged in patrol duty, exercises, and flight operations along the southern coast until 20 September. From 28 September to 31 January 1942, Meredith was based at Hvalfjörður, Iceland, where she patrolled between Iceland and the Denmark Straits. On 17 October 1941, she rescued survivors of torpedoed British steamer Empire Wave.

                  Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, Meredith engaged in escort and antisubmarine patrol between Iceland and the Denmark Straits, until she departed Halfjordur late in January, escorting a convoy to Boston. She sailed from Boston for Norfolk, Virginia on 18 February 1942, screening Washington, and there joined Hornet in Task Force 18 (TF 18).

                  Pacific [ edit | edit source ]

                  The force left Norfolk 4 March on a mission as secret as it was important, passed through the Panama Canal, and reached San Diego on 21 March. Departing San Francisco on 2 April, the force rendezvoused with TF 16, 13 April and sailed for the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. On 18 April, the United States Army bombers were launched for this first carrier-based attack on Japan, and Meredith made course for Hawaii, arriving 25 April.

                  Between 13 May and 21 June Meredith escorted fleet oilers bound for New Caledonia, patrolled off Bulari Passage and escorted Tangier, returning to Pearl Harbor. Following gunnery and tactical practice, Meredith departed Pearl Harbor on 15 August 1942 for Samoa, arriving Pago Pago 30 August. Meredith next escorted Transport Force 2 to the Solomon Islands with reinforcements landed on Guadalcanal 20 September, then sailed for patrol duty in the New Hebrides.

                  Departing Espiritu Santo on 12 October 1942, Meredith, now commanded by Commander Harry E. Hubbard, was underway as part of a convoy with Alchiba, Bellatrix, Jamestown, Nicholas, and Vireo, each pulling a barge carrying barrels of aviation gasoline and 500 pound bombs to the United States forces on Guadalcanal. Two days later it was learned that a Japanese carrier task force was in the vicinity and all ships except Meredith and Vireo turned back. Despite the fact that Meredith was equipped only with surface-search and not air-search radar, Commander Hubbard decided to press on to deliver the critically needed aviation gas.

                  Meredith was sighted by a Japanese patrol plane on the morning of 15 October, and shortly after midday took aboard the 68 man crew of Vireo to depart the area at high speed. However, while preparing to torpedo Vireo to keep her out of Japanese hands, Meredith was attacked by a force of 38 bombers, torpedo planes, and escort fighters from Zuikaku. In the first three minutes of the attack, Meredith was struck by a bomb that exploded beneath her bridge, destroying all communications, steering control, and gun direction. A second bomb struck the forward port side, and a torpedo exploded below the ready ammunition reader locker, igniting the ship's pyrotechnics and setting fire to fuel oil leaking from her bunkers.

                  Meredith fought fiercely, and brought down three of her attackers, but she was struck by an estimated 14 bombs and seven torpedoes. Meredith rolled over and sank in 10 minutes at Lat. 11-53 S., Long. 163-20 E. Of the crew of 261 on board that day, only eight officers and 73 enlisted men survived the attack and the three ensuing days of exposure to the open sea and sharks until they were rescued by Grayson, Seminole and Gwin . Six members of the Meredith's crew managed to swim to the Vireo, and were rescued by naval PBY on the 19th of October.


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                  Atlantic

                  Following shakedown in Cuban waters, Meredith returned to Boston on 8 June 1941 and was assigned to Destroyer Division 22. Departing Boston on 6 July, she engaged in patrol duty, exercises, and flight operations along the southern coast until 20 September. From 28 September to 31 January 1942, Meredith was based at Hvalfjörður, Iceland, where she patrolled between Iceland and the Denmark Straits. On 17 October 1941, she rescued survivors of torpedoed British steamer Empire Wave.

                  Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, Meredith engaged in escort and antisubmarine patrol between Iceland and the Denmark Straits, until she departed Halfjordur late in January, escorting a convoy to Boston. She sailed from Boston for Norfolk, Virginia on 18 February 1942, screening the battleship Washington, and there joined the aircraft carrier Hornet in Task Force 18 (TF 18).

                  Pacific

                  The force left Norfolk 4 March on a mission as secret as it was important, passed through the Panama Canal, and reached San Diego on 21 March. Departing San Francisco on 2 April, the force rendezvoused with TF 16, 13 April and sailed for the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. On 18 April, the United States Army bombers were launched for this first carrier-based attack on Japan, and Meredith made course for Hawaii, arriving 25 April.

                  Between 13 May and 21 June Meredith escorted fleet oilers bound for New Caledonia, patrolled off Bulari Passage and escorted Tangier, returning to Pearl Harbor. Following gunnery and tactical practice, Meredith departed Pearl Harbor on 15 August 1942 for Samoa, arriving Pago Pago 30 August. Meredith next escorted Transport Force 2 to the Solomon Islands with reinforcements landed on Guadalcanal 20 September, then sailed for patrol duty in the New Hebrides.

                  Departing Espiritu Santo on 12 October 1942, Meredith, now commanded by Commander Harry E. Hubbard, was underway as part of a convoy with Alchiba, Bellatrix, Jamestown, Nicholas, and Vireo, each pulling a barge carrying barrels of aviation gasoline and 500 pound bombs to the United States forces on Guadalcanal. Two days later it was learned that a Japanese carrier task force was in the vicinity and all ships except Meredith and Vireo turned back. Despite the fact that Meredith was equipped only with surface-search and not air-search radar, Commander Hubbard decided to press on to deliver the critically needed aviation gas.

                  Meredith was sighted by a Japanese patrol plane on the morning of 15 October, and shortly after midday took aboard the 68 man crew of Vireo to depart the area at high speed. However, while preparing to torpedo Vireo to keep her out of Japanese hands, Meredith was attacked by a force of 38 bombers, torpedo planes, and escort fighters from Zuikaku. In the first three minutes of the attack, Meredith was struck by a bomb that exploded beneath her bridge, destroying all communications, steering control, and gun direction. A second bomb struck the forward port side, and a torpedo exploded below the ready ammunition locker, igniting the ship's pyrotechnics and setting fire to fuel oil leaking from her bunkers.

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                  USS Nevada (BM-8)


                  Figure 1: "U.S. Monitors Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida and Wyoming." Pen-and-ink side elevation and plan view, by the Bureau of Construction and Repair. These monitors (numbers 7-10, respectively) were built under the 1898 ship construction program. Connecticut (Monitor No. 8) was renamed Nevada in January 1901, after launching but more than two years before completion. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 2: Color postcard of the USS Nevada (BM-8) at anchor at New London, Connecticut, in 1905. Photograph by Enrique Muller, courtesy of Tommy Trampp. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 3: Caption of this black-and-white photograph reads: “The crew of the USS Tonopah (BM-8) dressed in whites in 1909, while the ship was at anchor, probably on a Sunday. “ But this photograph looks like the picture used by Enrique Muller for the color postcard dated 1905. US Navy photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 4: Starboard view of USS Nevada (BM-8) circa 1903-09, location unknown. US Navy photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 5: USS Tonopah (BM-8) heading out to sea, circa 1914. Originally laid down as USS Connecticut, she was renamed USS Nevada to avoid confusion with a pre-dreadnought battleship. She was again renamed in March 1909 to USS Tonopah. US Navy photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 6: View on USS Tonopah’s (BM-8) foredeck, showing 12-inch guns and crewmen, taken while she was serving as submarine tender at the Boston Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, circa 1917. Submarines alongside are USS L-11 (Submarine No. 51) and USS L-9 (Submarine No. 49). Note the workbench, with vise attached, in the left foreground. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 7: USS Tonopah (BM-8) in the harbor at Ponta Delgada, Azores, in April 1918. She is painted in what appears to be Mackay-type camouflage. Photographed from USS Margaret (SP-527) by Raymond D. Borden. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 8: Postcard of USS Nevada (BM-8), date and place unknown. US Navy photograph courtesy of Darryl L. Baker. Click on photograph for larger image.

                  USS Connecticut (BM-8) was a 3,225-ton Arkansas class monitor that was laid down on 17 April 1899 at the Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, and was launched on 24 November 1900. But the ship was re-named USS Nevada in January 1901 and was commissioned on 5 March 1903. Nevada was approximately 225 feet long and 50 feet wide, had a top speed of 13 knots, and had a crew of 220 officers and men. Nevada was armed with one main turret that held two 12-inch guns and also carried four 4-inch guns and two 6-pounders.

                  Nevada’s initial career was rather subdued. She was in commission for roughly three years when the ship was decommissioned on 19 August 1906. Nevada was then re-named USS Tonopah on 2 March 1909 to allow Battleship Number 36 to be named Nevada. Re-commissioned on 14 May 1909, Tonopah was assigned to the US Navy’s Atlantic Fleet as a submarine tender. Tonopah operated along America’s east coast from Massachusetts to Key West, Florida, until January 1918.

                  Although briefly based in Bermuda, Tonopah was sent to Ponta Delgada on the island of San Miguel, Azores, in February 1918. From February to December 1918, the ship tended to five submarines and several submarine chasers operating from the Azores. In December, Tonopah was towed to Lisbon, Portugal, and then returned to the United States. The ship was decommissioned at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in October 1919. On 26 January 1922, USS Tonopah was sold for scrapping.

                  The era of the big-gun monitor had drawn to a close. They were powerful ships, but anachronisms, with a design that belonged to a previous century. Monitors were very slow, poorly ventilated, and extremely sluggish and hard to handle in heavy seas. In fact, it’s amazing more of them were not lost in stormy weather. Yet from 1865 to about 1900, they were still considered by many old-fashioned admirals to be the last word in battleship design. But with time came change and with so many newer and more modern battleships joining the American fleet after 1900, there was no need for them, even as coastal patrol boats. Most of these strange-looking warships were disposed of by the 1920s.


                  9th Naval District, Great Lakes, IL

                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1913-1929
                  541 boxes

                  Box 1
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1912-1915
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, January 1916 &ndash December 1917
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1918-1919

                  Box 2
                  Naval Recruiting Stadium &ndash St. Louis, MO, 1918
                  MacDonald, Robert M. &ndash Service Record
                  MacNally, Robert F. &ndash Service Record
                  Matter, Otto E. - Service Record
                  Mattson, C.J. - Service Record
                  McCleary, Anson F. - Service Record
                  McCauley, Tracy L. - Service Record
                  McCumber, Charles William - Service Record
                  McCulloch, F.D. - Service Record
                  McCully, H. O - Service Record
                  McDaniel, Frederick Leonard - Service Record
                  McGhee, Homer E. - Service Record
                  McKee, Clarence S. - Service Record
                  McLee, Edward Brown - Service Record
                  McNicoholas, Lee T. - Service Record
                  Meade, G. G. - Service Record
                  Meredith, Roy B. - Service Record
                  Metz, Gilbert F. - Service Record
                  Michle, John Louis - Service Record
                  Miller, Carrol E. - Service Record
                  Miller, Robert E. - Service Record
                  Miller, Walter Wakefield - Service Record
                  Minter, James M. - Service Record
                  Mitchell, Albert M. - Service Record

                  Box 3 &ndash Service Records
                  Mink, Owen
                  Moiles, Stanley Bert
                  Morrow, Clark E.
                  Morse, William Eshley
                  Mullen, Arthur A.
                  Murray, James
                  Nausea, Fred A.
                  Neale, Paul R.
                  Newberr, John S.
                  Noreen, Harold A.
                  Norton, Porter
                  Parkins, Earle H.
                  Parkhurst, T.R.
                  Peters, Melville Fuller
                  Phillips, Francis A.
                  Pitman, Ivan E.
                  Porges, Edward D.
                  Prothers, Herbert Lee
                  Queen, Dudley
                  Muster Rolls &ndash Class 2, 4 and 5

                  Box 4 &ndash Statements of Claims
                  St. Louis University
                  University of Michigan
                  University of Arkansas
                  Western Reserve
                  Notre Dame
                  Payment Claims &ndash Miscellaneous Individuals
                  Ohio University at Athens
                  Rush Medical College
                  University of Rochester, NY
                  Rose Polytechnic Institute
                  Iowa University
                  Practical Engineering School
                  Kansas City Polytechnic Institute
                  University of Pennsylvania
                  St. Lawrence University
                  St. Ignatius College
                  University of South Dakota
                  Naval District Organization
                  Naval Defense Plan

                  Box 5A
                  University of Michigan - Assorted Correspondence, April-October 1918
                  University of Michigan - Miscellaneous Correspondence, November 1918-1919
                  University of Michigan - Personnel Lists
                  Purdue University - Personnel Lists
                  Purdue University - Assorted Correspondence, October-November 1918
                  Purdue University - Assorted Correspondence, December 1918-1919

                  Box 5B
                  District Complement Report, October 1918
                  District Complement Report, December 1918
                  Service Record Not Noted &ldquoUndergraduate&rdquo, Records Not Found in Record Office
                  Men Ineligible to be Classified as &ldquo Undergraduate Students&rdquo
                  Men Who Have Not Called at This Office Re Undergraduate Courses
                  Men for Undergraduate Courses &ndash A-D
                  Men for Undergraduate Courses &ndash F
                  Men for Undergraduate Courses &ndash H
                  Men for Undergraduate Courses &ndash J-P
                  Men for Undergraduate Courses &ndash R-Z

                  Box 6
                  District Complement Report
                  Correspondence Reports, January-April 1918
                  Arriving or Detached, September-November 1918

                  Box 7
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash USSC #412
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash St. Louis, MO
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash Recruiting Station, Chicago, IL
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash USS Essex C/O USS Commodore, Chicago, IL
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash USS Wilmette C/O USS Commodore
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash USS Yantic
                  Inspector &ndash US Navy Recruiting
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash District Communication Superintendent
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash US Navy Recruiting Station, Kansas City, MO

                  Boxes 8 &ndash 11 No Records

                  Box 12
                  Arriving or Detached - US Naval Training Center, Detroit, MI, Jan.1919-Oct. 1920
                  Arriving or Detached - USSC 330 & US Navy Harbor Tug 54
                  Arriving or Detached - District Squadron Commander
                  Arriving or Detached - US Navy Recruitment Center, Peoria, IL
                  Arriving or Detached - USS Gopher
                  Arriving or Detached - USS Hawk

                  Box 13
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash US Navy Recruiting Station, Omaha, NE
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash US Sub Chaser 432 & 431
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash US Navy Recruiting Station, Detroit, MI
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash District Commandant
                  Arriving or Detached &ndash US Navy Recruiting Station, Minneapolis, MN

                  Box 14
                  District Disbursing Office
                  Navy Cost Inspector &ndash Miscellaneous
                  Miscellaneous Folders

                  Box 15&16
                  Duty Reports &ndash June-December 1918
                  Boat Reports - September-December 1918 &ndash September 1919

                  Box 17
                  Reports of NRF Persons doing Civilian work (folders 1-3)
                  Lists & Reports of officers &ndash January-December 1919 (folders 4-5)

                  Box 18
                  Reports on Transfer of Camp Logan Rifle Range and Improvements
                  Correspondence File Guide 1919
                  Disposition of Three Ansco Cameras
                  Correspondence with Navy Department &ndash January-May 1919

                  Box 19A
                  Correspondence &ndash Bureau of Supplies & Accounts &ndash Misc. 1918
                  Correspondence &ndash Bureau of Supplies & Accounts &ndash January-May 1919

                  Box 19B
                  Correspondence &ndash Bureau of Supplies & Accounts &ndash June-December 1919

                  Box 20
                  Courts & Boards of Inquest
                  Courts & Boards - To Be Acted Upon
                  Hull Boards
                  Courts & Boards &ndash Extra Copies
                  District Order 346
                  Payroll Time Sheets
                  Correction of Navy Directory

                  Box 21
                  District Order 39 &ndash Fire Protection
                  District Order 40 &ndash Enlisted Personnel On Shore Duty
                  Movement of Vessels &ndash January-August 1919

                  Box 22
                  District Orders &ndash 1919
                  District Orders 333 &ndash &ldquoProperty Leases&rdquo &ndash 1919
                  Leases 9/10/11 N.D. &ndash 1919
                  Rental Property &ndash 1919 (3 Folders)
                  District Orders &ndash 1919 (5 Folders)

                  Box 23
                  Naval Recruiting Station - Poster, Great Lakes, IL, 1919
                  Industrial History of The Naval Turbine Shop &ndash Buffalo, NY, 1919
                  Historical Data - Ref, Dist. Order #207, 1919
                  Purchase of &ldquoCommodore&rdquo
                  Acceptance Trials Dirigible A-239 Build on Contact #29259, Schedule 804.5, 1919
                  Historical Data of Municipal Pier, 1919
                  Collection of Data for Incorporation in Official History of US Navy in the War with
                  the Central Powers, 1919
                  Communication Service Data of 9th, 10th and 11th Naval Districts from Beginning of
                  War Preparations to August 31, 1918
                  Industrial History of Naval Turbine Shop &ndash Buffalo, NY, 1919
                  Historical Data Ref: Dist. Order 207 Comm. Letter Oct. 9 & Dec. 11, 1919
                  Historical Questionnaire, 1919 Collection of Data for Incorporation of Official History
                  of Great Lakes District in War with Central Powers, 1919
                  Historical Data Industrial Questionnaire, 1919
                  Answers to Historical Questionnaires, 1919 Memo: Historical Office, 9th, 10th, 11th
                  Districts, Great Lakes, 1919
                  Industrial Questionnaire, 1919
                  Historical Data, 1919
                  Commandant, 9th, 10th, 11th Naval Districts, 1919
                  History of Navy in War with Central Powers, 1919
                  Short History of Recruiting Station, Peoria, IL. 1918
                  Industrial Questionnaire, 1918
                  Historical Data since War with Central Powers
                  District Order 207, 1918
                  Data for Incorporation in Accordance with Circular, US Navy Recruiting Station, WI
                  Data for Official History of US Navy, 1918
                  Historical Questionnaire, 1918
                  Industrial Questionnaire, 1918
                  USS Virginia &ndash Inventory, Remodeling, Delivery, 1918
                  Notes on Destroyer Operations in War Zone, By LCD A.S. Carpenter, USN

                  Box 24
                  Instructions for Establishing Navy Recruiting Stations, 1918
                  History of the US Navy in War with Central Powers, Sept.-Dec. 1918
                  Instructions, Detroit, MI, 1918
                  US & British Government in Regard to Canadian Boundaries

                  Box 25
                  Ohio Northern University &ndash Releasing of Men, 1918
                  Ottawa University &ndash Releasing or Arriving of Men, 1918
                  Indiana University, 1918
                  Indiana State Normal, 1918
                  Notre Dame University, 1918
                  Oberlin College, 1918
                  Ohio Wesleyan University, 1918
                  Ohio State University, 1918
                  Ohio University &ndash Athens, OH, 1918
                  Reserves on Inactive Duty, 1919
                  Telescopes, etc., 1919
                  District Order 249 &ndash Civilian Reduction, 1919
                  District Order 2 &ndash Expediting releases, 1919

                  Box 26
                  District Complement &ndash Weekly Reports, January-December 1919

                  Box 27
                  Officers Complement for the Commandant's Office, 1919
                  General Court Martial Cases of John P. McGinnis, Caristy W. Fisher & John
                  M. Oakes, Seamen 2nd Class, US Navy, 1919
                  Court of Inquiry to Inquire into Alleged Misconduct of Boatswain Peter Johnson,
                  US Navy, 1919

                  Box 28
                  Undergraduate Students Index, 1919
                  Claims of University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, 1919
                  Claims of University of Wisconsin, 1919
                  Claim of Case School of Applied Science against the Navy Dept., Cleveland, OH, 1919
                  Claim of the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 1919
                  Statement of Claim &ndash Iowa State College, Ames, IA, 1919
                  Claim of Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1919
                  Claim of University of Cincinnati, 1919
                  Correspondence, 1918-1919
                  Operations, January-March 1919

                  Box 29
                  Operations, April-October 1919
                  US Naval Forces, 1919

                  Box 30
                  Operations, November-December 1919
                  Report of Employees, 1919
                  Special Data Called for by the Secretary of the Navy, 1919
                  Assignment of Sub-Marine Chasers, 1919
                  Organization & Assignment of US Naval Aircraft, 1919
                  Letters from Navy Department, August-October 1919

                  Box 31
                  Navy Department, District Vessels &ndash Caretakers for, Oct.-Nov. 1919
                  Circular Letter, 1919
                  Navy Department Circular Letters, July 3, 1919
                  Officers or Men Arriving or Detached, US Navy Recruiting Station, Louisville, KY
                  US Navy Recruiting Station, Indianapolis, IN, 1919
                  US Navy Recruiting Station, Cincinnati, OH, 1919
                  US Navy Recruiting Station, Des Moines, IA, 1919
                  USS UMPQUA, 1919
                  Commanding Officer US Sub-Chaser #412 C/O Postmaster, 1919
                  US Navy Recruiting Station, Milwaukee, WI, 1919
                  US Navy Recruiting Station, Cleveland, OH, 1919

                  Box 32
                  List of Reserve Officers on Active & Inactive Duty, December 31, 1919
                  Reports: Mail & Telegraphic Addresses &ndash District Order 324, December, 1919
                  Report: Subsistence &ndash District Order 337 Supplement by District Order 340, Dec. 4, 1919
                  Subsistence, June 28-September 27, 1919
                  Subsistence, Oct. 4, 1919 &ndash Jan. 3, 1920
                  District Order 335 &ndash Vacancies in Clerical Force, 1919
                  District Order 286 - Reduction of Civil Force, 1919
                  District Order 118 &ndash Reduction of Civil Force, 1919
                  Weekly Report of Reduction of Force, 1919

                  Box 33
                  District Order 286 &ndash Reduction of Civil Force, 1919
                  District Order 337 - Reservists Assigned to Duty Prior to March 1919
                  District Order 237 &ndash Not Requiring Report, A/C District Order Discontinued, 1919
                  Enlisted Complement for Shore Station, 1919
                  Complement of Naval District &ndash Enlisted Personnel, 1919
                  Officers Fitness Reports, 1919
                  Aliens, 1919
                  Caretakers &ndash Guard Duty, Ship Keepers, 1919
                  Spare Typewriters, 1919
                  Prisoners & Detentioners, 1919
                  Shoes, 1919
                  Report of Duration of War Men, 1919
                  District Order 272
                  District Order 274

                  Box 34
                  Muster Rolls & Miscellaneous Reports, 1919
                  Muster Rolls, 1919
                  Manning Vessels, 1919
                  District Order 331 - Insurance Experience, 1919
                  District Order161&164 &ndash June Reduction
                  District Order 166 &ndash Officers Release
                  Releases not Authorized, 1919
                  Typewriters Exchanged of, 1919

                  Box 35
                  District Order 1 &ndash Service Number
                  District Order 42 &ndash Transfer of Enlisted Men
                  District Order 83 &ndash Allowances, 1919
                  Volunteers
                  Finger Prints
                  District Order 139 &ndash Yeoman
                  Personnel Reports for July, 1919
                  District Order &ndash 109 Method of Reporting Changes in Personnel
                  Provisions & Clothing, 1919

                  Box 36
                  District Order 69 &ndash Report of Enlisted Personnel on Shore Duty, 1919
                  Labor Saving Device, 1919
                  General Order 208 &ndash Typewriter Reports &ndash Copies of Letters to the Various Bureaus.
                  Telegraphs, 1919
                  Muster Rolls, 1919

                  Box 37
                  Correspondences 1919
                  Ships, 1919
                  Naval Air Station, 1919
                  Detroit Camp - Report of Vacancies, 1919

                  Box 38
                  Miscellaneous Personnel Reports, 1920

                  Box 39
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence 7-9, 1919-1920
                  Correspondence with Captain E.A. Ever, January-June 1920

                  Box 40
                  Correspondence with Captain E. A. Ever, July-December, 1920
                  War Risk Insurance & Conversion into Government Life Insurance, 1920
                  Miscellaneous A & B, 1920

                  Box 41
                  Correspondence Guide, 1920
                  Miscellaneous C-M, 1920

                  Box 42
                  Miscellaneous N-S, 1920

                  Box 43
                  Miscellaneous T-Z, 1920
                  Christmas Cards, 1920

                  Box 44
                  Miscellaneous, 1920
                  Lieutenants to Senators and Congressmen
                  Fuel Reports
                  Transferred of Personnel
                  Victory Medals

                  Box 45
                  Miscellaneous, 1920
                  Radio Building, Navy Grounds, McKinley Park, Milwaukee, WI
                  Repairs, N.T.S., Sackett&rsquos Harbor, NY
                  Reports of Work
                  ALNAV, July-Sept. 1920
                  400 Series, Supply Department, 1920
                  Memos &ndash District Commandant Office, 1920
                  District Orders 1-100

                  Box 46
                  Correspondence File Guide for 1920, Mailing List
                  District Orders 101-264, 1920
                  Information on Civil Service Appointments, 1919
                  ALNAV Messages, 1920
                  Bureau of Navigation Circular, 1920

                  Box 47
                  Correspondence, Commandant First Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Third Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Fourth Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Fifth Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Eight Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Twelfth Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Fourteenth Naval District, July-December 1920
                  Commandant Fifteenth Naval District, June-December 1920

                  Box 48
                  Midshipmen Cruise, 1920
                  Midshipmen Cruise (Response Cards), 1920
                  Correspondence Re. Forwarding of Service & Health Records of Office Ordered to Duty, 1920
                  Correspondence Re. Cruise of USS Frederick to Belgium for 1920 Olympic Games
                  Men Selected For USS Frederick Cruise, 1920
                  Orders, Men for Cruise of Eagles, 1920 (2 Folders)
                  Orders, Canceled for Eagles Cruise, 1920

                  Box 49
                  Correspondence Re. tryouts for 1920 Olympics Games
                  Cruise of Eagle Boats, 1920 (3 Folders)
                  War Risk Insurance Information, 1920
                  Extra Copies, Precepts for Courts & Boards, 1920
                  Notice From BUNAV &ndash Physical Examination of Applicants for Re-enrollment in Naval Reserve, 12/30/1919
                  Estimated Deliveries of Steel Ships, Bal. of 1918 & Entire of 1919

                  Box 50
                  Information on Mimeograph Machine
                  Information on Addressograph Machine
                  Correspondence Re. Addressograph Machine
                  Correspondence Re. Dictaphones
                  Requisitions
                  Correspondence Re. Mail-O-Meter
                  Correspondence Re. Multigraph
                  Correspondence on Preservation on War and Service Plates, 1920-1921 (3 Folders)
                  Retainer Pay, 1920 (2 Folders)

                  Box 51
                  Retainer Pay, 1920 (2 Folders)
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, USNRF, 1920
                  Daily Report &ndash Checkage of Retainer Pay, 1920-1921
                  Commodore Mallison's Miscellaneous File, 1917-1918
                  General Information &ndash Personnel for Atlantic Fleet Cruise 1920-1921
                  Officers for Atlantic Fleet Cruise, 1920
                  Req. of Enlisted Men for Atlantic Fleet Cruise, 1920
                  Applications for Atlantic Fleet Cruise, 1920
                  Orders &ndash Atlantic Fleet Cruise, 1920
                  Cruise of Destroyers &ndash Atlantic Fleet

                  Box 52
                  Addresses of Naval Reservists, 1920 (7 Folders)

                  Box 53
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander A.F. Nicklett, USNRF, 1920 (4 Folders)
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander T.W. Harris, Buffalo, NY, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash USS Wandank (Tug), 1920 (3 Folders)
                  Correspondence &ndash Navy Recruiting Station, Syracuse, NY, 1920
                  H.R. 15975 &ndash Appropriation Bill for Navy, July1, 1921 &ndash June 30, 1922

                  Box 54
                  Correspondence &ndash Shipkeepers for District Vessels, 1919-1920
                  Correspondence &ndash Shipkeepers for District Vessels, May-August 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash District Squadron Commander, July-December 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander of USSC 419, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash LCD, T.B. Bolton, C.O. USSC 432, 1932
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander E.F. Schwartz, 1920

                  Box 56
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander D.C. Buell, Omaha, NE, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash Recruiting Station, Louisville KY, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash Recruiting Station, Milwaukee, WI, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash Lieutenant James H. McGillan, WI, 1920

                  Box 57
                  Correspondence - Lieutenant James H. McGillan, WI, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash CDR. R.T. Brodhead, MI, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash USS Yantic, MI, 1920

                  Box 58
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Paul McCoid, Mt. Pleasant, IN, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. S.W. Conner, KS, 1920
                  Correspondence &ndash LCD L. B. Bernheim, Louisville, KY, 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, IN, July- December 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, Omaha, NE, July-November 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, Minneapolis, MN, June- December 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, Milwaukee, WI, July- December 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, Louisville, KY, July-December 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, West Central Division, NE, Aug.-Nov. 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, Central Division, IL, July-November 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, Indianapolis, IN, Jan-June 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, Kansas City, MO, Jan-June 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, St. Louis, MO, Jan-June 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, Peoria, IL, Jan-June 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, Omaha, NE, Jan-June 1920
                  Inspector Of Recruiting, Minneapolis, MN, Jan-June 1920

                  Box 59
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, MI, 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, OH, 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, IA, 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, IL, 1920
                  US Naval Recruiting Station, NY, 1920

                  Box 60
                  USS Essex & USS Gopher, 1919-1920
                  Tug #54, Aug-Oct. 1920
                  Ex-German Sub Marine UC. #97
                  Telegrams & Correspondence on Board of Sale & Appraisal, March-May 1920
                  Superintending Construction of US Navy Yard, Detroit, MI, 1920
                  Branch Hydrographic Office, Duluth, MI, 1920
                  Branch Hydrographic Office, Chicago, IL, Jan- Dec. 1920
                  Branch Hydrographic Office, Cleveland, OH, Feb.-Dec. 1920
                  District Intelligence Officer, Great Lakes, 1920
                  Supervising Cost Inspector, PA, 1920
                  Navy Cost Inspector, OH, 1920
                  Navy Cost Inspector, MI, 1920
                  Navy Cost Inspector, IN, 1920
                  Navy Cost Inspector, WI, 1920
                  Navy Cost Inspector, IL, 1920

                  Box 61
                  Inspector of Recruiting, Chicago, IL, 1920
                  Inspector of Recruiting, Omaha, NE, 1920
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, Chicago, IL, 190
                  Inspector of Ordinance, IL, 1920
                  Navy Food Inspector Office, Chicago, IL, 1920
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, OH, 1920
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, WI, 1920
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, PA, 1920
                  Inspector of Machinery, St. Louis, MO, 1920
                  Inspector of Ordnance, Detroit, MI, 1920
                  Sup&rsquot. of Construction of Aircraft, OH, 1920
                  Naval Inspector of Crane Construction, OH, 1920
                  Inspector of Machinery &ndash Ford Company, OH, 1920
                  District Accounting Officer, Great Lakes, 1920
                  Naval Ordnance Plant, Dayton, OH, 1920
                  Officer-In-Charge, Navy Store House, Detroit, MI, 1920
                  Medical Aide, Great Lakes, 1920

                  Box 62
                  Detroit Training Camp, 1919-1922
                  Naval Air Station, OH, 1920
                  District Radio Material Officer, Great Lakes, 1920

                  Box 63
                  District Radio Material Officer, 1920
                  District Communication Superintendent, 1920

                  Box 64
                  District Disbursing Officer, 1920
                  G.D. Gaffney &ndash Radio Gunner (T) USN, OH. 1919-1920
                  District Supply Officer, 1920
                  District Communication Superintendent, 1920
                  District Supply Officer, IL, 1921

                  Box 65
                  District Communication Office, 1920
                  District Communication Superintendent, 1920
                  District Disbursing Office, 1920

                  Box 66
                  District Supply Officer, 1920
                  District accounting Officer, Great Lakes, IL,1920
                  US Naval Hospital, IL, 1920
                  Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 1920

                  Box 67
                  Inspector of Ordnance, Rochester, NY, 1920
                  Inspector of Machinery, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, MI, 1920
                  Inspector of Machinery, St. Louis, MO, 1920
                  US Naval Training Station, IL, 1920

                  Box 68
                  US Naval Training Station, IL, 1920
                  Naval Cost Inspector, Buffalo, NY, 1920
                  Inspector of Machinery, General Electric Company, PA, 1920
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, Buffalo, NY, 1920

                  Box 69
                  USS UMPQUA Seagoing Tug #25 &ndash Commissioning & Sailing
                  USS UMPQUA Seagoing Tug #25 &ndash Dockage Space &ndash Contract
                  USS UMPQUA &ndash Contract Between NY & US For State Dock, Buffalo, NY
                  USS UMPQUA Tug #25 &ndash Fuel Oil
                  USS UMPQUA Tug #25 &ndash Transfer of Pay Accounts
                  USS UMPQUA Tug # 25 &ndash Crew Discharged
                  USS UMPQUA &ndash Captain Offley's Inspection
                  USS UMPQUA Tug #25 &ndash Shipkeepers
                  USS UMPQUA Tug #25 &ndash Crew Requests for Non-Transfers
                  USS UMPQUA Tug #25 &ndash Subsistence
                  USS UMPQUA &ndash Miscellaneous Correspondence

                  Box 70
                  Bureau Circular Letters, 1920
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, January-June 1920

                  Box 71
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, July-December 1920

                  Box 72
                  Medicine & Surgery, July-December 1920
                  Operations, July-December 1920
                  Yards & Docks, July-December 1920
                  Ordnance, July-December 1920

                  Box 73
                  Bureau of Docks & Yards, Jan.-June 1920
                  Operations, Jan.-June 1920

                  Box 74
                  Bureau of Navigation, Feb.-June 1920

                  Box 75
                  Navy Register, 1920
                  Navy Department, July-Dec. 1920
                  Navy Department, Circular Letters, July-December 1920
                  Bureau of Navigation, July-Dec. 1920

                  Box 76
                  Bureau of Navigation II, Sept.-Dec. 1919
                  Bureau of Navigation II, Reserve Correspondence USNRF, 1919-1920
                  USNRF &ndash Bureau of Navigation II, 1920

                  Box 77
                  Bureau of Navigation &ndash Enrollment Records
                  Bureau of Navigation II, July-December 1920
                  Bureau of Navigation &ndash Retainer Pay
                  Bureau of Navigation &ndash Conference of Commanding Officers

                  Box 78
                  Navy Department- Laws & Decisions
                  Bureau of Ordnance, Jan.-June 1920
                  Navy Department, Jan.-June 1920

                  Box 79
                  Navy Correspondence File, 1920
                  Bureau of Construction & Repairs, Jan.-June 1920
                  Bureau of medicine & Surgery, Jan.-June 1920
                  Bureau of Steam Engineering, Jan.-June 1920

                  Box 80
                  Bureau of Engineering, July-December 1920
                  Bureau of Construction & Repairs, July-December 1920

                  Box 81
                  Secretary 7th Civil Service, Chicago, IL, 1920-1923
                  Secretary 7th Civil Service, Chicago, IL, 1926-1927

                  Box 82
                  Commandant 4th Naval District, Nov. 1919-June1920
                  Commandant 5th Naval District, Dec. 1919-June 1920
                  Commandant 7th Naval District, Dec. 1919-April 1920
                  Commandant 8th Naval District, Dec. 1919-June 1920
                  Commandant 12th Naval District, Dec. 1919-June 1920
                  Commandant 13th Naval District, Jan.-April 1920
                  Commandant 14th Naval District, Dec. 1919-June 1920
                  Commandant 15th Naval District, Jan.-March 1920

                  Box 83
                  Subsistence, 1920
                  District Order 97-20 &ndash Pay Reservists Transferred

                  Box 84
                  Personnel, 1920
                  Complement, July-December 1920

                  Box 85
                  Personnel Reports, April-December 1920

                  Box 86
                  Muster Roll, June 1920-Juanuary 1921
                  District Vessels
                  Monthly Report of Personnel
                  Reservists Taking Training

                  Box 87
                  Peace Time Complement
                  War Time Complement
                  Food Inspection, 1920
                  Public Printing & Binding
                  Efficiency General Morale, 1920
                  Typewriter, Adding Machines, Etc. 1920
                  Property Leased
                  Midshipmen&rsquos Summer Practice Cruise
                  Mail & Telegraphic Addresses
                  Discharged of Naval Militia
                  Beneficiaries of Officers
                  Employees for Permanent Complement
                  Release from Active Duty of Line Reserve Officers

                  Box 88
                  Estimates of Expenditures for 1922
                  Increase in Pay for Employees
                  Distribution of Funds
                  Rental of Naval Property
                  Enlisted & Enrolled Reservists on Inactive Duty 1920
                  Classified Employees
                  Reports Lists Boats on Board Ship in Commission ALNAV 292, Reports Submitted
                  January 8, 1920 Comment&rsquos Letter 252-20
                  Communications Officers Personnel
                  Carl R. ChindBloom $480 Bonus Letters
                  Reports on Travel Orders
                  Correspondence on Victory Metals
                  Muster Rolls, Sept. 1920

                  Box 89
                  USS Hawk Cruise
                  Wilmette 2nd & 3rd Cruises
                  USS Essex Cruise
                  Gopher Cruise
                  USSC 419
                  Sub Chaser 412
                  USSC 30

                  Box 90
                  Transfer of Records to Naval Districts & Washington Navy Yard

                  Box 91
                  Transfer of Records to Naval Districts & Washington Navy Yard
                  Fragments of Court Martial Records

                  Box 92
                  Official Order Issued to Officers, Sept.-Dec. 1920
                  Officer&rsquos Order File, April-Sept. 1920
                  Movement of Vessels, March-Dec. 1920
                  Salter, Harold & Various Personnel Files

                  Box 93
                  Personnel Files: Scott, Brenton &ndash Skinner, Carl

                  Box 94
                  Personnel Files: Skinner, John &ndash Smith, James

                  Box 95
                  Personnel Files: Smith, John &ndash Southard, J.W.

                  Box 96
                  Subsistence, 1921
                  Subsistence For Enlisted & Enrolled Personnel In 9th Naval District
                  Weekly Personnel Reports, Jan. 1, 1921-Jan. 1, 1922

                  Box 97
                  Semi Monthly Reports of Vacancies, Jan 1, 1921-Dec. 30, 1921
                  Monthly Complement, Jan.-June 1921

                  Box 98
                  Monthly Complement, July-December 1921
                  Monthly Complement, Jan-May 1922

                  Box 99
                  Orders Issued to Officers &ndash Movement of Vessels, 1921
                  Orders Issued for Temporary Duties: Anderson, C.A &ndash Radtke, F.W.

                  Box 100
                  Correspondence: Arriving or Detached, Aug. 16, 1921-Jan. 9, 1922

                  Box 101
                  USN Recruiting Station, Minneapolis, MN, 1921
                  USN Recruiting Station, Louisville, KY, 1921
                  Recruiting Station & District HQS. 1921
                  Personnel Reports, Jan.-July 1921

                  Box 102
                  Personnel Reports, Aug.-Dec. 1921
                  Muster Rolls T-V

                  Box 103
                  Muster Rolls 1921

                  Box 104
                  Enrollment, 1921

                  Box 105
                  Enrollment, 1921
                  Weekly & Monthly Reports on Enrollments
                  Enrollments Reenlistments Active Duty Change of Rating Inactive Duty, 1921

                  Box 106
                  Enrollments Reenlistments Active Duty Change of Rating Inactive Duty, 1921

                  Box 107
                  Disenrollments & Discharges, 1921

                  Box 108
                  Disenrollments & Discharges, 1921

                  Box 109
                  Hull Reports, 1921
                  Weekly Drill Reports of Reservists, IL, & IN, 1921

                  Box 110
                  Weekly Drills Reports of Reservists, MI, 1921
                  Weekly Drills Reports of Reservists, MO, & KS, 1921
                  Weekly Drills Reports of Reservists, OH, & KY, 1921
                  Weekly Drills Reports of Reservists, WI, 1921
                  Weekly Drills Reports of Reservists, NE, & IA, 1921
                  Weekly Drills Reports of Reservists, MN, 1921

                  Box 111
                  Daily Reports of Men Received
                  Changes in Crew
                  Number of Reservists on Inactive Duty
                  Correspondence &ndash Bureau of Navigation & Chief of Ordnance
                  Change of Addresses
                  Mail & Telegraphic Addresses
                  Lists of Reservists Cruising
                  Report of Docking, USS Yantic
                  Communication Office
                  Reservist on Active Duty other than Training
                  Report of Expenditures
                  Efficiency Report and various other Reports

                  Box 112
                  War & Peace Complement
                  Positions in which Deaf-Mutes could be Used
                  Lists of Shore Activities
                  Classification of "Engineering" Activities
                  Passenger Automobile
                  Congressional Bonus
                  Terrain Handbook &ndash Description of Railroads

                  Box 113
                  Information Re. Railroads, Lighthouses & Harbors etc.
                  Movements of District Vessels
                  Radio Telegraph, Pigeons
                  Reserve Staff Officers
                  Reduction of Shore Personnel
                  Reduction of Property Occupied by the Navy
                  Discharges &ndash Civilian, District Order, 220-221

                  Box 114
                  Armistice Day, Nov. 11, 1920
                  Report of Accident
                  Temporary & Reserve Officials Construction Corps Qualified for Commissions
                  Pay Adjustment, Civilians
                  Daily Personnel Report for Executive Officials
                  Data Required for Annual Estimates
                  To District Supply Office
                  To District Accounting Officer, 1921
                  Commanding Office, 1921

                  Box 115
                  Material Loaned to Private Places During the War
                  Request for Data Re. Civil Service Retirement Act of 1921
                  Motor Transport Equipment
                  Rentals to Bureau of Supplies & Accounts
                  Government Owned & Leased Property Controlled by Navy
                  Weekly Disenrollments
                  In Re. Display of Advertising
                  Total Complement of Drafting Force
                  Monthly Reports of Passenger Carrying Vehicles
                  Employee Appraisal
                  Data on Rented Lands & Buildings
                  Report of Reserves' 1921 Training Season
                  Lands & Waters on which Wild Animals or Birds are Protected
                  Motor Vehicles
                  Technical Ratings
                  Correspondence: Captain E.A. Evers, Jan-Feb. 1921

                  Box 116
                  Correspondence: Captain E.A. Evers, March-July 1921
                  Correspondence: C.O. USSC 419, Jan.-July 1921

                  Box 117
                  Correspondence: Captain E.A. Evers, July-Dec. 1921
                  Correspondence Files Guide, 1921
                  Commanding Officer 419, Aug.-Dec. 1921
                  Correspondence with C.O. Of USSC 412, March-Dec. 1921

                  Box 118
                  Correspondence &ndash Subchaser 412
                  Correspondence &ndash Harbor Tugs 53-55, 1921
                  Correspondence &ndash T.B Bolton, USSC 432, June-Dec. 1921
                  Correspondence &ndash A.F. Nicklett, C.O. USS Gopher, July-Dec. 1921

                  Box 119
                  Correspondence &ndash A.F. Nicklett, Armory, Toledo, OH, Jan.-March 1921
                  Correspondence &ndash Capt. Easton, USS Essex, Duluth, MN, 1921

                  Box 120
                  Correspondence &ndash Capt. Easton, USS Essex, Duluth, MN, 1921
                  Correspondence &ndash Cdr. G.F. Schwartz, Armory, St. Louis, MO, 1921

                  Box 121
                  Correspondence &ndash Cdr. G.F. Schwartz, Personnel Subchasers 63, 64, & 330, 1921

                  Box 122
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. R.J. Smith, USS Hawk, Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 123
                  Correspondence Files Guide, 1921
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. R.T. Brodhead, USS Yantic, Jan-Sept. 1921

                  Box 124
                  Correspondence &ndash lt. R.T. Brodhead, USS Yantic, Oct.-Dec. 1921
                  Correspondence Files Guide, 1921
                  Correspondence &ndash D.C. Buell, Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 125
                  Recruiting Station, Kansas City, MO, 1921
                  Recruiting Station, Cleveland, OH, 1921
                  Recruiting Station, Cincinnati, OH, 1921
                  Recruiting Station, Des Moines, IA, 1921
                  Recruiting Station, Detroit, MI, 1921
                  Cost Inspector, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, MI, Jan.-June 1921
                  Cost Inspector, Edward Valve Manufacturing Company, East Chicago, IN, 1921
                  Cost Inspector, Griscom-Russell Company, Massillon, OH, Jan.-July 1921
                  Cost Inspector, Inland Ordnance Co. Bedford, OH, 1921
                  Machinery Inspector, Allis-Chalmers, West Allis, WI, 1921
                  Ordnance Inspector, Chicago, IL, 1921
                  Inspector Of Engineering Material, Cincinnati, OH, 1921
                  Inspector Of Engineering Material, Milwaukee, WI, 1921
                  Naval Inspector &ndash Crane Construction, Wellman-Seaver-Morgan, Cleveland, OH
                  Branch Hydrographic Office, Cleveland, OH
                  Hydrographic Office, Chicago, IL
                  Hydrographic Office, Duluth, MN
                  Inspector Naval Aircraft, Stout Engineering Labs, Detroit, MI, 1921
                  District Radio Material Office, Great Lakes, 1921

                  Box 126
                  Naval Training Camp, Detroit, MI
                  Medical Aides, Great Lakes, 1921
                  Communication Officer, Great Lakes, 1921
                  District Disbursing Office, Great Lakes, 1921
                  District Morale Office, Great Lakes, 1921
                  Correspondence File Guide, 1921

                  Box 127
                  Public Works, Great Lakes, April-Dec. 1921
                  Commandant, Great Lakes, Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Bureau of the Budget, Washington, July- Dec. 1921
                  Bureau of Construction & Repairs, Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 128
                  Bureau of Engineering, Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Bureau of Navigation, Jan.-Sept. 1921

                  Box 129
                  Bureau of Navigation, Oct.-Dec.1921
                  Industrial Reservists, 1917-1921
                  Bureau of Navigation II, Jan.-July 1921

                  Box 130
                  Bureau of Navigation II, Aug.-Dec. 1921
                  Navy Department, Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Naval Operations, Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 131
                  Bureau Ordnance, Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts &ndash Circular Letters, Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Supplies & Accounts, Jan.-Sept. 1921

                  Box 132
                  Supplies & Accounts, Sept.-Dec. 1921
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks, Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  ALNAV Messages
                  Bailey, Loren J. C.B.M. USN.
                  Czarnecki, Adolph Theo, S2C USNRF
                  Mishler, Frank L. F3C USN.
                  Clothing & Small Stores Returned To Enlisted Enrolled Men, 1921
                  Bureau of Navigation Circular Letters, 1921
                  Muster Rolls 403
                  District Ordnance Officer, IL. 1921
                  Decision as to Legality of Payment of Provision Bills
                  Correspondence 1921

                  Box 133
                  Jurney, Forrest William, F2C USNRF. &ndash 2
                  Correspondence - Board on Wages, 1921
                  Correspondence - District Orders
                  Index to District Orders: #328-358, 1921 & #1-300, 1922

                  Box 134
                  District Orders #1-21 To #100-21
                  District Orders #101-358
                  Professional Examination for Confirmed Promotion &ndash Class 1 Officers
                  Requisitions, 1921

                  Box 135
                  Supervisory Examination Board &ndash Civil Engineering Corps, July 6, 1921
                  Examination of Candidates for Appointment of Acting Pay Clerks
                  Physical & Supervisory Professional Examination of Dental & Medical Corps.
                  Line Officers Who Have Declined or Have Been Transferred
                  General Information Re. Formation of Boards
                  Correspondence Guide
                  Correspondence In Re. Drowning of John Nowland
                  Information Relative to Supervisory Exam Convened 2/8/21 for Pharmacists
                  Exam for Chaplain Corps. 1/17/21
                  Physical & Supervisory Exam for Warrant offices, 5/24/21

                  Box 136
                  Exams for Supply Corps. Officers, 1/15/21
                  Exams for Construction Corps. 5/16/21
                  Examining Board for Individuals
                  Exams for Individual Officers
                  3rd Naval District, South &Whitehall, New York, NY
                  Commandant 1st Naval District, Boston Navy Yard, Jan.-Dec. 192
                  Commandant 4th Naval District, Philadelphia, Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 137
                  Commandant 5th Naval District, Norfolk, VA, Jan-July 1921
                  Commandant 6th Naval District, Charleston, SC
                  Commandant 7th Naval District, Key West
                  Commandant 8th Naval District, New Orleans
                  Commandant 12th Naval District, San Francisco
                  Commandant 13th Naval District, WA, 1921
                  Commandant 14th Naval District, Pearl Harbor, 1921
                  Commandant 15th Naval District, Panama Canal

                  Box 138
                  Circular Letters, Great Lakes States, 1921
                  Summary of Enlisted Personnel, Reserve Force
                  Investigation into Shooting by Marines Murphy & Henson
                  Conference Report 456

                  Box 139
                  Hull Board Inspection of Various Ships: USSC-USS Wilmette, 1921
                  Circular Letters to Sr. Reserve Officers, 1921
                  Circular Letters to Enlisted Men, 1921

                  Box 140
                  Organization File
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, Lists, OH, & KY
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, Lists, IL, & IN
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, Lists, IA, & NE
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, Lists, MN, ND, & SD
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, Lists, WI, & MI
                  Checkage of Retainer Pay, Lists, MO, & KS
                  Negative Vouchers
                  Retainer Pay &ndash Miscellaneous

                  Box 141
                  Retainer Pay, Vouchers for Transfer, L-Z, 1921
                  Voucher for Retainer Pay, July-Sept. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "A" Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 142
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "B" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "C" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "D" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "E" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "F" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "G" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "H" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Equalization Agreement for Transportation of Persons In U.S.

                  Box 143
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "I-M" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Memos to Officer Force, July-Dec. 1921

                  Box 144
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "N-U" Jan.-Dec. 1921

                  Box 145
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence "V-Z" Jan.-Dec. 1921
                  Telegrams & Correspondence &ndash Various Ships, 1921
                  7th Civil Service
                  Discharges, Enrolling Office &ndash Miscellaneous Correspondence

                  Box 146
                  Correspondence, Secretary of the Navy
                  Civil Service Miscellaneous
                  Policy File &ndash Enlisted Men (Folders 1-5)

                  Box 147
                  Policy File &ndash Enlisted Men (Folder 6)
                  Policy File &ndash Officers (Folders 1-2)
                  Correspondence in Re. Victory Medal
                  Correspondence, Capt. E.A. Evers, March-April 1922

                  Box 148
                  Correspondence, Capt. E.A. Evers, May-June 1922
                  Correspondence, Capt. E.A. Evers, Oct.-Dec. 1922
                  Correspondence, Lt. J.B. Henning &ndash USSC 419, Jan.-Dec. 1922

                  Box 149
                  Correspondence Reports, USSC 419
                  Correspondence Reports, USSC 412
                  Correspondence, Commander A.F. Nicklett, USS Gopher, Jan.-May 1922
                  Correspondence, Lt. F.R. Payne, IN, Feb.-Aug. 1922
                  Correspondence, Lt. T.B. Bolton, OH, Jan.-Sept. 1922

                  Box 150
                  C.O. 9th Regiment, Indianapolis, IN, Sept.-Dec. 1922
                  Correspondence, Lt. T.B. Bolton, USSC 431, Toledo, OH, Oct.-Nov. 1922
                  C.O. 3rd Regiment, USS Gopher, Toledo, OH, July-Aug. 1922

                  Box 151
                  Commander 3rd Regiment &ndash USS Gopher, Toledo, OH, June 1922
                  Capt. Guy. A. Eaton, C.O. USS Essex, MN, & The Dakotas, Jan.-March 1922
                  Commander 3rd Regiment &ndash USS Gopher, Toledo, OH, Oct.-Dec. 1922
                  Commander USS Essex, Duluth, MN, July 1922
                  Capt. Guy A. Eaton, CO. USS Paducah & Essex, Minneapolis, MN, Aug. 1922
                  Capt. Guy A. Eaton, CO. USS Essex, Duluth, MN, April-June 1922

                  Box 152
                  Commander G.F. Schwartz, US. Subchasers 63,64, & 330, MO, & KS, Jan.-June 1922
                  Capt. Guy Eaton, USS Paducah & Essex, 1922

                  Box 153
                  Capt. Guy. Eaton USS Paducah & Essex, 1922
                  C.O. 4th Regiment, USSC 63, 64, 330, July-Oct. 1922
                  C.O. 7th regiment, USS Hawk, St. Louis, MO, 1922

                  Box 154
                  Lt. Commander Lichtenstein, CO. Hawk & SC 412, 7th Regiment, Aug. 1922
                  C.O. 4th Regiment, USSC 63, 64, 330, 1922
                  C.O. 7th Regiment, USS Hawk, 1922
                  Lt. Ralph Smith, USS Hawk, WI, Jan.-May 1922
                  Lt. Commander Brodhead, CO. USS Yantic, MI, Jan.-April 1922

                  Box 155
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Brodhead, May-Sept. 1922

                  Box 156
                  Correspondence - Commander Brodhead, Oct.-Dec. 1922
                  Correspondence - Lt. Commander Buell, Omaha, NE, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Correspondence - Lt. Ketterer, Des Moines, IA, Jan.-Dec. 1922

                  Box 157
                  Inspector of Recruiting, Omaha, NE, Jan.-Aug. 1922
                  Inspector of Recruiting, Chicago, IL, Jan.-Aug. 1922
                  Recruiter, Indianapolis, IN, 1922
                  Recruiter, St. Louis, MO, 1922
                  Recruiter, Omaha, NE, 1922
                  Recruiter, Kansas City, MO, 1922
                  Recruiter, Detroit, MI, 1922
                  Recruiter, Des Moines, IA, 1922
                  Recruiter, Cincinnati, OH, 1922
                  Recruiter, Chicago, IL, 1922
                  Inspector of Machinery, Busch & Sulzer, St. Louis, MO, 1922
                  Branch Hydrographic Office, Cleveland, OH, 1922
                  Inspector of Machinery, Chicago, IL, 1922
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, Cincinnati, OH, 1922
                  Inspector of Ordnance, Chicago, IL, 1922
                  Inspector of Naval Aircraft, Cleveland, OH, 1922
                  Inspector of Naval Aircraft, Detroit, MI, 1922
                  Inspector of Naval Aircraft,, Dayton, OH. 1922
                  Inspector of Naval Aircraft, Akron, 1922
                  District Radio Material Office, Jan.-June 1922

                  Box 158
                  District Radio Materials Office, July-Dec. 1922
                  District Medical Aide, Great Lakes, Jan.-Nov. 1922
                  Telephone Department
                  District Communication office, Great Lakes, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  District Supply Officer, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  EQUSM Hospital, Jan.-Dec. 1922

                  Box 159
                  District Disbursing officer, Jan.-Aug. 1922
                  Accounting Officer, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  District Morale Officer, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Commandant, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  District Public Work, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Waukegan Armory & Barracks
                  Lake County Unit &ndash Circular Letters

                  Box 160
                  Brigade organization 403, 1922
                  Ordnance Officer
                  Correspondence, LT. Henning, USSC 419, Bills-1922
                  ALNAV Messages
                  Bureau Supplies & Accounts, Jan.-June 1922

                  Box 161
                  Bureau Supplies & Accounts, July-Dec. 1922
                  District Orders 1-300, 1922
                  District Orders 1-138

                  Box 162
                  District Orders 139-300
                  Requisitions
                  Clothing for Reservists
                  Navy Pay 1922
                  Aitken &ndash Medical Exam Board, 1/4/22
                  Professional Exams &ndash Dental & Medical

                  Box 163
                  Inquest &ndash R.A. Wright
                  Changes in Status &ndash Enlisted Personnel
                  Naval Appropriation Bill, FY 1923
                  Joint Pay Service Act
                  Requisition Number 56

                  Box 164
                  District Reserve Force Orders
                  Weekly Newsletter
                  Miscellaneous Professional Exams
                  Boston Navy Yard Letters, 1st District
                  3rd Naval Districts, New York, Jan.-July 1922

                  Box 165
                  Commandant, 3rd Naval District, NY, Aug.-Dec. 1922
                  1st Naval District Circular letters, Aug.-Dec. 1922
                  Ohio Reserve Force Circular letters
                  IL, MN, MI, WI, MO, Letters
                  HQ 14th Naval District, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Seattle, WA
                  Circular Letter: New Orleans, San Diego, Hampton Roads, Charleston
                  Professional Exams
                  Capt. K.M. Bennett - Personal Letters, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Lt. Commander Beall &ndash Letters

                  Box 166
                  Correspondence on Various Ships
                  Inspection on Various Ships
                  Organizing Naval Reserve at Burlington, IA
                  Capt. Walter Evans &ndash Personal File

                  Box 167
                  Muster Rolls
                  Quarterly Report ALNAV
                  Muster Roll &ndash Quarter Ending Mach 1922
                  Proposed Conference HQ. Great Lakes, Oct. 1922
                  Board on Wages
                  Proposed Naval Reserve Bill
                  Mailing List, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Special Allotment &ndash Subhead 13
                  ALNAV Confirmation Copy

                  Box 168
                  Speeches
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, June-Dec. 1922
                  Bureau of the Budget, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Bureau of Construction & Repair, Jan.-June 1922

                  Box 169
                  Bureau of Engineering, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, July-Dec. 1922
                  Bureau of Navigation II, Jan.-May 1922

                  Box 170
                  Bureau of Navigation, Jan-Aug. 1922
                  Navy Department, Washington DC, Jan.-March 1922

                  Box 171
                  Navy Department, Washington DC, April-Dec. 1922
                  Secretary of Navy, Navy Department, Great Lakes, Nov.-Dec. 1922
                  Bureau of Operations, Navy Dept. Washington DC, Jan.-June 1922

                  Box 172
                  Bureau of Operations, Navy Dept. Washington DC, July-Oct. 1922
                  Bureau of Ordnance, Washington DC, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts Jan.-Aug. 1922

                  Box 173
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Sept.-Dec. 1922
                  Naval Operations, Washington DC, Nov.-Dec. 1922
                  Subsistence, 1922
                  Allotment Required for Employees
                  Reports of Vacancies

                  Box 174
                  Reports of Vacancies, 1922
                  Semi-Monthly Reports of Personnel, Jan.-June 1922
                  Personnel Reports, July-Dec. 1922
                  Status of District Vessels
                  Reports of Forces
                  Active Reports &ndash Reference: Bureau of Navy Letters, 9/8/1922

                  Box 175
                  Active Reports - Reference: Bureau of Navy Letters
                  Weekly Report of Naval Reserve Activities, Sept.-Dec. 1922
                  Hull Board Reports
                  Travel Orders for Civilians, 1921-1922
                  Expenditure, &ldquoOrganizing Naval Reserve Force&rdquo 1922

                  Box 176
                  Monthly Report of Pay &ndash Miscellaneous
                  Recreation for Enlisted Men, 1922-1932
                  Commissioning of District Craft
                  Weekly Drill Reports

                  Box 177
                  Weekly Drill Reports
                  Real Estate Reports
                  Semi-monthly Personnel Reports, Jan.-May 1922

                  Box 178
                  Semi-monthly Personnel Reports, June-Dec. 1922

                  Box 179
                  Reports, 1922 (Efficiency)
                  Physical Exercise for Officers, D.O. #356-21
                  Accrued Pay & Allowances
                  Transportation Charges
                  Report of Enlisted Personnel in the Naval Reserve &ndash 9th District
                  Reserve Expenditures
                  Clerical Pay
                  Enlisted Personnel Ashore
                  Docking Facilities, Privately Owned
                  Ship Characteristic Cards
                  Merchant Vessels for Naval Use
                  Real Estate, Rented, Paid for by the Bureau Of Navy

                  Box 180
                  Real Estate, Rented, Paid for by the Bureau Of Navy
                  Civilians Employed in Radio Work
                  Instruction for Permanent Application Exam
                  Small Boats in the District
                  Renewal of Leases
                  Requisitions, Phone & Wire Services, FY 1923
                  Typewriters, Adding Machines, Musical Instruments
                  Nomination Officers for Training Season 1922
                  Enumeration Enlisted Personnel &ndash Reserve Completed, 3/9/1922
                  Permanent Complement of Vessels used for Training

                  Box 181
                  Location, Mail Address & Phones of Vessels Training Reservists
                  Special Report of Employees, Bureau Supplies & Accounts
                  Requisitions for Material from Vessels on Great Lakes
                  Naval Reserve Organization in the District
                  Data on Time Signal
                  Requisition for Coal Gas, Kerosene, Oils & Grease for Ships
                  Number of Men in Reserve
                  Electric Plant data
                  Mileage Furnished Officers & Men During Cruises
                  Muster Rolls Aboard Vessels Before Cruises
                  Muster Roll Quarterly, Sept. 1922

                  Box 182
                  Enlisted Men on Payroll, Sept. 1922
                  Shipkeepers on Duty In 9th District, Aug. 1922
                  Certificates of Service
                  Activities, 9th District
                  Sunday, Holiday & Overtime
                  Personnel in Naval Reserve Cruises
                  Shipkeepers on Vessels Training Reserves, Sept. 1922
                  Monthly Report on Reservists
                  Service Ammunition on Vessels Assigned to Reserve on Great Lakes
                  Water Front Structures
                  Inventory, Title B
                  Personnel in Cruises
                  Training Cruise
                  Reserve Organizations

                  Box 183
                  Rented Property, 1922
                  Summary Cruises Report for Training Season
                  Telegraph Lines, Navy
                  Navy Day Activities
                  Reserve Enrollments (Discontinued)
                  Militia & Reserves by States
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoA&rdquo, Jan.-June 1922

                  Box 184
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoB-J&rdquo, Jan.-Dec. 1922

                  Box 185
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoK&rdquo, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ndash Personnel Abroad Vessels
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoM&rdquo, Jan.-Dec. 1922
                  Memos to a Certain Members of the Office Force

                  Box 186
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoN-W&rdquo, Jan.-Dec. 1922

                  Box 187
                  Victory Medals
                  Mail Report (Collection), Jan.-Sept. 1922
                  Record for Training Cruises, July-Sept. 1922
                  Record Room Report, Jan.-Sept. 1922
                  Outgoing Mail Report, Jan.-Sept. 1922
                  Discharge Report
                  Real Estate Occupied for Naval Purposes

                  Box 188
                  Reports, 1922
                  Attendance Records, 1922
                  Outgoing, District Dispatches, Aug.-Sept. 1922
                  Incoming, District Dispatches, Aug.-Sept. 1922
                  Outgoing, Radio Dispatches, Aug.-Sept. 1922
                  Hospital Dispatches, July-Sept. 1922

                  Box 189
                  Incoming, Station Dispatches, July-Sept. 1922
                  Outgoing, Station Dispatches, Aug.-Nov. 1922
                  Incoming, Station Dispatches, Oct. Nov. 1922
                  Outgoing, Hospital Dispatches, 1922
                  Incoming Radio Dispatches, Aug.-Dec. 1922
                  Outgoing, Radio Dispatches, Oct.-Nov. 1922
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio Dispatches, Oct.-Dec. 1922
                  Station Dispatches, In and Out, Dec. 1922

                  Box 190
                  Correspondence &ndash Capt. Evers, Wilmette, Jan.-Aug. 1923

                  Box 191
                  Correspondence - Capt. Evers, Sept.-Dec. 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Heslar, 9th Regiment, Indianapolis, IN, Jan.-June 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Commander Bolton, USSC 432, Cleveland, OH, Jan.-June 1923

                  Box 192
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Heslar, USSC 419, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Heslar, USSC 412, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Bolton, USSC 432, Jan.-Sept. 1923

                  Box 193
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Nicklett, 3rd Regiment, Jan.-Dec. 1923

                  Box 194
                  Correspondence &ndash Capt. Eaton, 2nd Regiment, Duluth, MN, Jan.-Sept. 1923

                  Box 195
                  Correspondence &ndash Capt. Eaton, 2nd Regiment, Duluth, MN, Oct.-Dec. 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Commander Lichtenstein, 7th Regiment, WI, Jan.-Dec. 1923

                  Box 196
                  Correspondence &ndash G. Schwartz, USSC #63, 64 & 300, Jan.-Nov. 1923

                  Box 197
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Commander Brodhead, 6th Regiment, Detroit, MI, Jan.-Oct. 1923

                  Box 198
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Commander Brodhead, 6th Regiment, Detroit, MI, Nov.-Dec. 1923
                  4th Cruise, USS Dubuque, July-Aug. 1923
                  Correspondence - Commander Buell, 5th Regiment, Omaha, NE, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  Correspondence - Lt. Letterer, 8th Regiment, Des Moines, IA, Jan.-Dec. 1923

                  Box 199
                  Recruiters &ndash Great Lakes, 1923
                  Inspector of Naval Aircraft &ndash Great Lakes, 1923
                  Inspector of Ordnance, Chicago, 1923
                  Inspector of Engineering Material &ndash Great Lakes, 1923
                  Branch of Hydrographic Offices &ndash Great Lakes, 1923

                  Box 200
                  Branch of Hydrographic Office, Chicago, Jan.-Oct. 1923
                  District Radio Material, Great Lakes, 1923
                  District Public Works, Great Lakes, July-Dec. 1923
                  District of Communication Office, Great lakes, 1923
                  District Supply Officer, Great lakes, 1923
                  District Accounting Officer, Great Lakes, 1923
                  Commandant Naval Training Station, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  District Medical Officer, Great Lakes, 1923

                  Box 201
                  Morale Officer, Great Lakes, Jan.-Feb. 1923
                  C.O. Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, 1923
                  Supply Officer, Great Lakes, 1923
                  Public Works, Great lakes, 1923
                  Formation of New Naval Reserve Units
                  Circular Letters &ndash Material & Equipment
                  Circular Letters &ndash 3rd Battalion, 1st Regiment
                  Bureau of Navy &ndash Circular Letters, 1923

                  Box 202
                  ALNAV Messages
                  Marines Corps Circular Letters, 1923
                  Naval Reserve Forces of Other Countries
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts Letters, Jan-April 1923
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts Letters, Sept.-Oct. 1923
                  Miscellaneous &ndash Armory Recommendations, 1923
                  District Orders, 1923

                  Box 203
                  District Orders, 1923
                  Anonymous Letters in Re. Capt. Evers #413
                  Court Martial of Lt. Philip J. Murphy
                  Navy Day, 1923
                  Requisitions, Etc
                  Skeleton Cruise, 1923
                  Allotment &ndash Maintenance Yards & Docks, 1923

                  Box 204
                  Correction to Reserve Manual
                  Manual Proof Sheets
                  Original Notes &ndash 9th District Reserve Manual, Published, 3/1/1923
                  Manual Notes
                  Original Manual &ndash Mailing List

                  Box 205
                  Correspondence in Re. Reserve Force Manual
                  Correspondence - Manual
                  Organization &ndash 9th Naval District
                  Naval Reserve Policy Notes
                  Circular Letters

                  Box 206
                  Circular Letters &ndash MI
                  Circular Letters &ndash HI
                  Personal Letters &ndash Beall
                  Personal letters &ndash Capt. Bennett
                  Circular Letters &ndash IN
                  Circular Letters &ndash MN
                  Culver Cutter Races
                  Organizing Naval Reserve At Burlington, IA

                  Box 207
                  Material Inspection &ndash Various Ships, 1922-1923
                  Hull Board Inspection &ndash Various Ships, 1922-1923
                  Personal Files &ndash Capt. Waldo Evans, Jan.-Aug. 1923

                  Box 208
                  Personal Files &ndash Capt. Waldo Evans, Sept.-Dec. 1923
                  Conference, 10/19/1923
                  ALNAV Confirmation Copies
                  Wage Board
                  USS Wilmington
                  Letters To Legion Posts
                  Exams &ndash Physical & Supervisory

                  Box 209
                  Bureau of the Budget, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, Jan.-July & Oct. 1923
                  Formation of New Naval Reserve Units
                  Bureau of Construction & Repair, Jan-Dec. 1923
                  Bureau of Engineering, #303, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, Jan.-Dec. 1923
                  Bureau of Navy, Jan.-March 1923

                  Box 210
                  Speeches, 1923
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, Aug.-Sept. 1923
                  Bureau of Navigation, Nov.-Dec. 1923

                  Box 211
                  Bureau Of Navy, Jan.-Dec. 1923

                  Box 212
                  Secretary of Navy, May- Dec. 1923
                  Chief of Naval Operations, Jan.-June 1923

                  Box 213
                  Naval Operations, July-Dec. 1923
                  Bureau of Ordnance, 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Supplies & Accounts, 1923
                  Bureau Yards & Docks, 1923

                  Box 214
                  Subsistence Reports, Sept.-Dec. 1923
                  Subsistence Reports, Jan.-April 1924

                  Box 215
                  Subsistence Reports, June 1924
                  Subsistence Reports, 1923
                  Monthly Reports Of Force, 1923
                  Organizing Reserve, 1923
                  Allotments
                  Report of Vacancies, 1923

                  Box 216
                  Report of Vacancies, 1923
                  Weekly Reports of Reserve Activities, 1923

                  Box 217
                  Weekly Reports of Reserve Activities, 1923
                  Weekly Drill Reports (Reserve), 1923

                  Box 218
                  Weekly Reports of Reserve Activities
                  Personnel Report &ndash BUNAV Circular Letters, June 1923
                  Inspections

                  Box 218A
                  Muster Rolls, 1921

                  Box 218B
                  Muster Rolls, 1921

                  Box 218C
                  Muster Rolls, 1921

                  Box 218D
                  Muster Roll, 1921

                  Box 219
                  Men on Board at the End of the Quarter
                  Small Boats Reports
                  Personnel Summary, May 1923
                  Circular Letters, July, 19, 20, 1923
                  Drill Reports

                  Box 220
                  Naval Reserve Activities, 1923-1924
                  Weekly Instruction Reports, 1923-1924

                  Box 221
                  Naval Reserve Activities, 1923-1924

                  Box 222
                  Naval Reserve Activities, 1923-1924
                  Personnel Reports, 1923-1924

                  Box 223
                  Personnel Reports, 1923-1924

                  Box 224
                  Personnel Reports, 1923
                  Ordnance Allowance (Reserve Units)
                  Office Machines, Safes, Band Instruments
                  Personnel, Medicine & Equipment
                  Weekend Reserve Cruise
                  Real Estate
                  Efficiency Report, 1923

                  Box 225
                  Fuel Reports
                  Reservists not on Rolls of any Armory or Meeting Places
                  Shipkeepers
                  Classification of Civil Positions in the Naval Establishment
                  Tires & Tubes
                  Estimates &ndash Maintenance S&A, 1924
                  Pay Miscellaneous
                  Cable & Telephones Tolls
                  Facilities for Reserve Training

                  Box 226
                  Civilian Employees
                  Shipping Guide
                  Civilian Rates Readjustment
                  Shipkeepers, Reserve
                  Data for Shipping Guide
                  Subsistence & Quarters &ndash Enlisted, Shore Duty
                  Activities, 9th Naval District, 1923
                  For Official Register, 1923
                  Muster List, 9/30/1923
                  Barges for Salvage Purposes

                  Box 227
                  Monthly Report &ndash Movement of Vessels
                  District Craft, Commissioning & Decommissioning
                  Enlisted Personnel
                  Summary of Cruises For Training, 1923
                  Fiscal Year 1924
                  Mileage Reports
                  Data Concerning Negro Employees
                  Organization
                  Chart, Information, 9th Naval Brigade

                  Box 228
                  Tentative Cruising Schedules
                  List of Reports to be Submitted Regularly
                  Regimental Organization
                  Engineer Expenditure
                  Special Report, Quota for Class 2
                  Subsistence Allowance
                  Transportation of Reservists
                  Miles Steamed by Vessels During Regular Training Season, 1923
                  Reports &ndash Real Estate, 1923
                  Officer Roster
                  Truck Report

                  Box 229
                  Reports
                  Correspondence &ldquoA-C&rdquo, 1923
                  Chicago Directory, 1923

                  Box 230
                  Correspondence &ldquoD-M&rdquo, 1923

                  Box 231
                  Correspondence &ldquoM-S&rdquo, 1923

                  Box 232
                  Correspondence, &ldquoT-Z&rdquo, 1923
                  Memos to the Office Force, 1923
                  Incoming Telegrams for District, May-June 1923
                  Outgoing Telegrams for District, May 1923
                  Hospital Telegrams, June 1923
                  Outgoing Station Telegrams, May 1923
                  Incoming Radio, May-June 1923

                  Box 233
                  Incoming Station Telegrams, June 1923
                  Incoming Station Dispatches, May 1923
                  Outgoing Station, June-Aug. 1923
                  Outgoing, District, June, Aug. 1923
                  Incoming District Dispatches, July 1923
                  Incoming Station, July-Aug. 1923
                  Hospital, Aug.-Sept. 1923
                  Outgoing Station, Sept. 1923
                  Outgoing Radio, July-Aug. 1923

                  Box 234
                  Incoming District Dispatches, Aug.-Sept. 1923
                  Outgoing District Dispatches, July 1923
                  Correspondence &ndash Movement Reports, May-Sept. 1923
                  Incoming Radio, July-Aug. 1923

                  Box 235
                  Outgoing Dispatches &ndash District, Oct.-Nov. 1923
                  Outgoing Hospital Dispatches, Oct.-Dec. 1923
                  Incoming Station Dispatches, Oct. 1923
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio, Oct. 1923
                  Incoming & Outgoing District, Oct. & Dec. 1923

                  Box 236
                  Aviation &ndash Forms & Circular Letters
                  Aviation Conference, Dec. 1923
                  Forwarding of Publications, Charts
                  Log Correspondence, 1923-1928
                  Board Precepts, 1919-1923

                  Box 237
                  Board Precepts
                  District Orders

                  Box 238
                  Muster Roll of Enlisted Reservists, Dec. 1922
                  Correspondence Re. Employees: Callahan, Cameron, Camp, Charles Campbell, Carlsen,
                  Cassidy, Cavanaugh, Clark, Clarke, Clausius, Clinton, Cockran, Cohen, Cole,
                  Corrigan, Covington, Cramonk, Crumpler, Curry

                  Box 239
                  Employees: &ldquoD&rdquo Names
                  Correspondence, Capt. Evers, Jan.-May 1924

                  Box 240
                  Correspondence, Capt. Evers, June-Sept. 1924

                  Box 241
                  Correspondence, Capt. Evers, Oct.-Dec. 1924
                  Correspondence, LT. Heslar, USSS 419, 1924

                  Box 242
                  Correspondence &ndash USSC 412, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Heslar, Jan.-June 1924

                  Box 243
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Heslar, July-Dec. 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. McGillan, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Nicklett, Jan.-April 1924

                  Box 244
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Nicklett, May-Dec. 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Commanding Officer Paton, 2nd Regiment, Jan.-Feb. 1924

                  Box 245
                  Correspondence &ndash Commanding Officer Paton, 2nd Regiment, March-June 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Kelly, USS Paducah, July-Oct. 1924

                  Box 246
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Kelly, USS Paducah & Essex, Nov.-Dec. 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Schwartz, 4th Regiment, Jan.-Sept. 1924

                  Box 247
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Lichtenstein, May 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash C.O., 7th Regiment, Milwaukee, WI, Jan.-April 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash C.O. Schwartz, St. Louis, MO, Oct.-Dec. 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Brodhead, Detroit, MI, Jan.-May 1924

                  Box 248
                  Correspondence &ndash Lt. Brodhead, Detroit, MI, June-Dec. 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Buell, Omaha, NE, 1924

                  Box 249
                  Correspondence &ndash Commander Buell, Omaha, NE, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash CO. Lauder, Burlington, IA, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Branch Hydrographic Officer, Chicago, IL, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Branch Hydrographic Officer, Cleveland, OH, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Branch Hydrographic Officer, MI, Oct.-Dec. 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Chicago, IL, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Cincinnati, OH, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Des Moines, IA, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Detroit, MI, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Kansas City, MO, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Omaha, NE, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, St. Louis, MO. 1924
                  Recruiting Station, Indianapolis, IN, 1924
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, IL, 1924
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, OH, 1924

                  Box 250
                  Inspector of Engineering material, MO, 1924
                  Branch Hydrographic Office, MI, Jan.-Sept. 1924
                  District Radio Material, IL, 1924
                  District Communication Office, IL, 1924
                  Commandant Naval Training Station, IL, 1924
                  District Public Works, IL, 1924
                  Supply Officer, IL, 1924
                  General Inspector of Naval Aircraft, Dayton, OH, 1924
                  Disbursing Office, IL, 1924
                  Naval Hospital, 1924
                  Recruiting Station, WI, 1924
                  District Communication Office, IL, 1924
                  Navy Recruiting Station, Louisville, KY, 1924
                  District Medical Aide, MI, 1924
                  Navy Recruiting Station, MN, 1924
                  Inspector Naval Aircraft, OH, 1924
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of the Budget, Washington, DC, 1924

                  Box 251
                  Bureau of Construction & Repairs, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of the Budget, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of Engineering, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of Medicine, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of Navigation, Washington DC, Jan.-April 1924

                  Box 252
                  Bureau of Navigation, Washington DC, May-Dec. 1924
                  Navy Department, Washington DC, 1924

                  Box 253
                  Chief of Naval Operations, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Washington DC, 1924
                  Bureau of Ordnance, Washington DC, 1924

                  Box 254
                  Bureau of Ordnance, Washington DC, 1924
                  ALNAV Message
                  War College Core Courses
                  Circular Letters
                  Promotion of Officers
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts

                  Box 255
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, 1924
                  Naval Reserve Posters
                  District Commandant Files, 1924
                  District Orders, 1924

                  Box 256
                  Requisitions
                  USS Hawk
                  Clothing for Reservists
                  Navy Day, 1924

                  Box 257
                  Navy Day
                  Shipkeepers Files, 1923-1924
                  Organization Manual, 1924
                  Reserve Force Manual, 1924

                  Box 258
                  Reserve Force Manual
                  Information File, Jan.-May 1924

                  Box 259
                  Information File, June-Dec. 1924
                  Small Boats
                  Naval Reserve Cruises, 1923-1924
                  District Reserves Orders

                  Box 260
                  Naval War College Correspondence Courses
                  Report of Inspection
                  Naval Yards, Boston, MA
                  Commandant 3rd Naval District, Jan.-May 1924
                  Naval Yards, Key West, FL
                  8th Naval District, 1924

                  Box 261
                  San Diego, CA, 1924
                  San Francisco, CA, 1924
                  Pearl Harbor, HI, 1924
                  Reserve Force, MO, IL, OH, MN, WI, NE, IA, IN
                  Board of Investigation
                  Blue Prints &ndash Summary of Cruises, 1924

                  Box 262
                  Death of Harold R.
                  Joseph Green
                  Record of Proceeding
                  Marks & Remarks
                  Culver Cutter Races, 1924
                  General File &ndash Material Inspection 1924
                  USS Wilmette
                  Material Inspection of the USSC 64, 1924
                  USSC 63, 330, 432, 412, 4191924

                  Box 263
                  Captain Waldo Evans, 1924
                  USS Yantic, 1924
                  USS Dubuque, 1924
                  USS Wilmington, 1924
                  USS Paducah, 1924
                  USS Essex, 1924
                  Local Joint Planning Committee, 1924
                  General File, Wage Board, 1924

                  Box 264
                  Board of Wages, 1924
                  Appointment of Supervisory Board, 1924
                  Miscellaneous Paper, Great Lakes Wage Board
                  Wage Board data, Group IV
                  Board of Investigation: Re. Poison Found In Pier

                  Box 265
                  Board of Investigation
                  Officer s Training Cruise
                  Confirmation Copies
                  Defense Day Activities
                  Allotment Required For Employees
                  Vacancy Reports

                  Box 266
                  Personnel Report
                  Monthly Report
                  Roster Lists
                  Expenditures
                  Quarterly Report
                  Weekly Drill Report

                  Box 267
                  Weekly Drill Report, 1924

                  Box 268
                  Weekly Drill Reports, 1924
                  Forms N. Nav. 5-B

                  Box 269
                  Personnel Records &ndash US Navy
                  Forms N. Nav. 87
                  Statement Relative to Real Estate
                  Band Instruments, 1924
                  Report of Men of the US Navy on Furlough without Pay

                  Box 270
                  Quarterly Reports, 1924

                  Box 271
                  Monthly Personnel Reports, 1924

                  Box 272
                  Fuel Reports, Jan. 1924
                  Report of Officers, 1924
                  Semi-Monthly Pay, 1924
                  Monthly Report of Navy Reserve Force, 1924

                  Box 273
                  News Bulletin
                  Monthly Activity Report, July-Dec. 1924
                  Report of Inspector Instructors
                  Organization Charts

                  Box 274
                  Schedule of Reports, Dec. 1923-Dec. 1924
                  Weekly Reports

                  Box 275
                  Weekly Reports
                  Subsistence Reports, July-Dec. 1924

                  Box 276
                  Tentative Cruising Schedule
                  Data to Be Incorporated In Bureau Report
                  Labor Saving Devises
                  Investigation & Report of Officer Personnel
                  Locations of Naval Reserve
                  Cruising Report
                  Muster Rolls

                  Box 277
                  Mileage, July 1924
                  Naval Reservists Assigned to Active Duty for Training
                  Reservists on Active Duty
                  Weekend Cruises
                  Reports Mailed at Time of Sailing
                  Incoming Dispatch
                  Summary of Resources, 1924
                  Public Funds &ndash Safekeeping & Safeguarding, 11/22/1924
                  Naval Aviation Reservists, 11/17/1924
                  Government Property Issued, 11/17/1924
                  Naval District Divisions

                  Box 278
                  Office Reports, Dec. 1923-1924

                  Box 279
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ndash US Coast Guard Weekly Bulletin, 1924
                  Correspondence &ndash Addressograph, 1924

                  Box 280
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924

                  Box 281
                  Memorandum, 1924
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924

                  Box 282
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ndash Richards & Son, 1924
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ndash Scouting Fleet, 1924
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1924

                  Box 283
                  Confidential &ndash Notes on Communications for Information of US Naval Reserve
                  Officers, 9th Naval District, 1924
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ndash Aviation, 1924

                  Box 284
                  Aviation Mailing List
                  Circular Letters &ndash Aviation
                  Aviation Training, 1924
                  District Orders, 1924

                  Box 285
                  District Orders, 1924

                  Box 286
                  Correspondence &ndash Capt. Evers, Jan.-July 1925

                  Box 287
                  Commanding Officer &ndash Capt. Evers, Oct.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer &ndash Michigan City, IN, July-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer &ndash Milwaukee, WI, July-Sept. 1925

                  Box 288
                  Commanding Officer &ndash Milwaukee, WI, Jan-June & Oct.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Michigan City, IN, Jan.-June 1925

                  Box 289
                  Commanding Officer, Indianapolis, IN, March-June & Sept.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Green Bay, WI, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Cleveland, OH, July-Aug. 1925

                  Box 290
                  Commanding Officer, Cleveland, OH, Jan.-June & Sept.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Duluth, MN, Jan.-Aug. 1925

                  Box 291
                  Commanding Officer, Duluth, MN, Sept.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Toledo, OH, May 1925
                  Commanding Officer, St. Louis, MO, Jan.-Sept. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Detroit, MI, Jan.-Feb. 1925
                  Box 292
                  Commanding Officer, St. Louis, MO, Oct.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Detroit, MI, April-Sept. 1925

                  Box 293
                  Commanding Officer, Detroit, MI, Oct.-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Burlington, IA, Jan-Dec. 1925
                  Commanding Officer, Omaha, NE, Jan.-Dec. 1925

                  Box 294
                  Officer in Charge &ndash Chicago, IL, Oct.-Dec. 1925
                  Inspector of Aircraft &ndash Cleveland, OH, 1925
                  Sault St. Marie, MI, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  McCook Field &ndash Dayton, OH, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Minneapolis, MN, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Milwaukee, WI, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Louisville, KY, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  District Medical Aide, Great Lakes, IL, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Radio Material, Great Lakes, IL, Jan.-Dec. 1925

                  Box 295
                  Great Lakes, IL, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, IL, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Public Works Officer Great Lakes, IL, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Formation of New Naval Reserve Units
                  Circular Letters, 1925

                  Box 296
                  Follow on Orders Given to Public Works, 1925
                  Request for Assignment of Vessels during the Summit, 1925
                  Promotions, 1925
                  Inspection & Physical Exams, 1925
                  US Marine Corps &ndash Circular Letters
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Washington DC, Jan.-Feb. 1925

                  Box 297
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Washington DC, March-Dec. 1925

                  Box 298
                  Naval Educational Courses, 1925
                  District Orders, 1925
                  Clothing for Reservists, 1925
                  Requisitions

                  Box 299
                  Navy Day &ndash Literature, 1925

                  Box 300
                  Navy Day, 1925

                  Box 301
                  Information File, Oct.-Dec. 1925
                  Circular Letters, Boston, MA, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Circular Letters, New York, NY, Jan.-Oct. 1925

                  Box 302
                  Information Files, Jan.-Sept. 1925

                  Box 303
                  Circular Letters, New York, NY, Nov.-Dec. 1925
                  Philadelphia, PA, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Hampton Road, VA, Jan.-Dec. 1925
                  Key West, FL, 1925
                  New Orleans, LA, 1925
                  San Diego, CA, 1925
                  San Francisco, CA, 1925
                  Seattle, WA, 1925
                  Pearl Harbor, HI, 1925

                  Box 304
                  Michigan, 1925
                  Illinois, 1925
                  Ohio, 1925
                  Wisconsin, 1925
                  Nebraska, 1925

                  Box 305
                  Minnesota, 1925
                  Indiana, 1925
                  Clippings of Naval News
                  Medical Department of a Naval Reserve Armory
                  Authority Requested to Discharge as Undesirable Enlisted Members of the USNR
                  Armory Correspondence of Michigan City, IN
                  Circular Letters, IA, 1925

                  Box 306
                  Radio Operators in the NRF
                  Enrollment of Reserve Officers for Communications
                  Cruise Statistics, 1924
                  Wilmette, 1925
                  Material Inspection of the Ships
                  Naval Reserve Organization, July 1, 1925
                  Paducah, 1925

                  Box 307
                  Material Inspection, USS Dubuque, USS Yantic, USSC #432, USS Essex, SS 330, 63, 64, 419, 412, USS Wilmington and USS Dubuque Hull Board Inspection, USS Yantic, USS Paducah, 1924, USS Essex, USS Hawk, USS Commodore, USSC 412, 419, 430, 432 & 63, 64, USS Wilmington and USS Wilmington.

                  Box 308
                  Papers in Connection with Hull Board Inspection, Dubuque, 1924
                  Captain Waldo Evans, 1925
                  Organization of Cincinnati Unit, 1925
                  Wage Board, 1925

                  Box 309
                  Wage Board Cont., 1925

                  Box 310
                  Appointment as Regimental Information Office
                  Investigation at the USN Recruiting Station, Louisville, KY
                  Speeches, 1925
                  Board of Investigation of the USN # 419, Michigan City, IN
                  Report of Fire on the US Sub Chaser #432
                  Constitution Fund
                  Correspondence between Captain Evans and Rear Admiral De Steiguer

                  Box 311
                  Contributions Received & Acknowledgements
                  Circular of the First Naval District
                  Commanding Engineer and Supply Officer
                  Naval Reserve Activities

                  Box 312
                  Enrolling Officers
                  Officer Training Cruise, 1925
                  Basketball tournament
                  Dubuque Iowa Unit
                  Naval Treaty
                  Class 6, Intelligent Officers
                  Armory Rental

                  Box 313
                  Establishing Naval Units in School
                  Summary of Cruise, 1925
                  Naval Reserve Bonds,
                  Discharge or Transfer of Naval Recruitment
                  Inspection of Naval Reserve Vessel
                  2 Cal. Gallery Rifles &ldquoWinchester&rdquo
                  Confirmed Copy, 1925
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, 1925
                  Bureau of Budget, 1925
                  Bureau of Contribution and Repairs, 1925
                  Bureau of Engineering, 1925

                  Box 314
                  Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, Washington DC, 1925
                  Bureau of Navigation, Washington DC, 1925
                  Navy Department, Jan.-Aug. 1925

                  Box 315
                  Navy Dept Sept.-Dec. 1925
                  Naval Operations, Washington DC, 1925
                  Bureau of Ordnance, 1925
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Jan.-June 1925

                  Box 316
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, July-Dec. 1925
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks, 1925
                  Subsistence Report, Jan.-Aug. 1925

                  Box 317
                  Subsistence Report, Sept.-Dec. 1925
                  Reports, 1925

                  Box 318
                  Small Boats Reports, 1925
                  Muster Roll
                  Roster
                  Expenditures Against Appropriation, 1925
                  Report of Force, 1925
                  Drill Reports, 1925

                  Box 319
                  Drill Reports, 1925

                  Box 320
                  Drill Reports, 1925

                  Box 321
                  Drill Reports, 1925
                  Hull Board Reports, 1925

                  Box 322
                  Hull Board Reports, 1925
                  Real Estates Used for Naval Purposes
                  Band Instruments
                  Travel Orders
                  Personnel Reports

                  Box 323
                  Naval Reserve Activities
                  Personnel Reports, Jan.-April 1925

                  Box 324
                  Personnel Reports, May-Dec. 1925
                  Reports for Armory

                  Box 325
                  Real Estates, 1925
                  Roster of Officers
                  Request for Allotment of Funds under Sub Head #13
                  Commuted Rations
                  Money & Sub Credits for E.M. at Staff Headquarters, 1925
                  Personnel Statistics, 1925
                  Fuel Reports, 1925

                  Box 326
                  Activity Reports, 1925
                  Reports of Inspector-Instructors
                  Overtime Work
                  Schedule of Reports for Each Month

                  Box 327
                  Allotment Required for Employees
                  Statistical Information
                  Report of Men Furlough Without Pay
                  Paper Work
                  Schedule of Reports
                  Typewriter Reports

                  Box 328
                  Survey of Federal Lands
                  Overtime
                  Report &ndash Yards & Docks
                  Movement of Vessels
                  Mileage Reports

                  Box 329
                  Mileage Reports
                  Inspection of Transferred Member of FNR
                  Transportation Request DRJO
                  Reduction in Force
                  Tentative Itinerary of Cruises
                  Annual Census &ndash Enlisted Personnel
                  Athletics Field & Buildings
                  Amateur Radio Reporters
                  Annual Reports
                  Training Cruises
                  Training Duty Given Naval Reservists
                  Personnel Information &ndash Retirement Act

                  Box 330
                  Miscellaneous &ldquoA-G&rdquo, 1925

                  Box 331
                  Miscellaneous &ldquoH-M&rdquo, 1925
                  Court Martial Lieutenant W.H. Ferguson
                  Memos to the Office Force

                  Box 332
                  Miscellaneous &ldquoN-W&rdquo, 1925
                  Bureau Aeronautics Aviation File, 1923-1924

                  Box 333
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, 1924-1925
                  Aviation Miscellaneous, Jan.-June 1925

                  Box 334
                  Aviation Miscellaneous, July-Dec. 1925
                  Old Correspondence &ndash Naval Reserve

                  Box 335
                  Old Correspondence &ndash Naval Reserve

                  Box 336
                  Old Correspondence &ndash Naval Reserve
                  Miscellaneous Commander Doherty&rsquos Personal Files

                  Box 337
                  Miscellaneous Commander Doherty&rsquos Personal Files
                  General Policy Files, 1926-1928
                  Policy Files, 1924-1930

                  Box 338
                  General Policy Files, 1925-1931
                  Naval Reserve Organization & Regulations 1925
                  President List 1925

                  Box 339
                  Correspondence, Jan. 15 &ndash Feb. 5, 1925

                  Box 340
                  Correspondence, Feb. 5 &ndash Feb. 12, 1925

                  Box 341
                  Captain Evers, Chicago, Jan.-July 1926

                  Box 342
                  Captain Evers, Chicago, Aug.-Dec. 1926
                  Commanding Officer, USSC #419, Michigan City, IN, Jan.-Sept. 1926
                  Commander E.J. Kiefer, 1926

                  Box 343
                  Commander E.J. Kiefer, 1926
                  Commander 3rd Naval Reserve, F.F. Knachel

                  Box 344
                  Commander Kiefer
                  Commander Knachel
                  Commander Lichtenstein
                  Commander Mc.Gillan
                  Commander Nicklett

                  Box 345
                  Commander Nicklett
                  Commander Kelly

                  Box 346
                  Commander Kelly
                  Commander Schwartz

                  Box 347
                  Commander Schwartz
                  Commander Brodhead

                  Box 348
                  Commander Brodhead
                  Special Folder &ndash F. Collins, Kansas City, MO
                  Lieutenant Lauder
                  Commander Buell

                  Box 349
                  Recruiting Station, Chicago, 1926
                  Cincinnati, OH, 1926
                  Des Moines, IA, 1926
                  Detroit, MI, 1926
                  Kansas City, MO, 1926
                  Omaha, NE, 1926
                  Indianapolis, IN, 1926
                  St. Louis, MO, 1926
                  Inspector of Engineering Material, Cincinnati, OH, 1926
                  Inspector of Ordnance & Engineering Material, Chicago, IL, 1926
                  Branch Hydrographic Offices, 1926

                  Box 350
                  Branch Hydrographic Offices, 1926
                  Recruiting Stations, 1926
                  Supplies Officers, Great Lakes, 1926
                  District Communication Offices, Great Lakes, 1926

                  Box 351
                  District Accounting Office, Great Lakes, 1926
                  Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, 1926
                  Public Works Officers, Great Lakes, 1926
                  Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, 1926
                  Disbursing Office, Great Lakes, 1926
                  Headquarters &ndash US Marines Corps

                  Box 352
                  Carbon Copies of Policy Letters
                  Promotion USNRF Officers, 1925
                  District Orders
                  Requisitions
                  Clothing for Reservists
                  Naval Educational Study Courses

                  Box 353
                  Navy Day Correspondence
                  Navy Day Reports

                  Box 354
                  Requests for Photographs of Vessels
                  Charges against the Allotment &ndash Organizing Naval Reserve
                  Pay Miscellaneous Charges Against the Allotment
                  Aviation &ndash Charges Against the Allotment
                  Charges against the Allotment &ndash Yards & Docks
                  Information File &ndash Aviation, 1926
                  Naval War College, 1926
                  Information File &ndash Radio, 1926
                  Marine Corps, 1926
                  Information File &ndash Navy, 1926

                  Box 355
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926
                  Information File &ndash Merchant Marine Naval Reserve
                  Correspondence &ndash Britain & France on South Sea Island
                  Weekly News Letters, 1926
                  Reserve Orders, Circular Letters & Staff Headquarters Memo
                  Naval Reserve Boathouse &ndash Destruction Office

                  Box 356
                  Stencils for Navigation Problems

                  Box 357
                  Circular Letters, VA, NY, MA, PA, SC, FL, LA, CA, HI, WA, 1926

                  Box 358
                  Circular Letters, MI, MO, IL, OH, WI, 1926

                  Box 359
                  Circular Letters, NE, IN, MN, IA, 1926
                  Death &ndash G.D. Hammer &ndash E.T. Stone
                  Inspection of Naval Reserve, 19287
                  Clipping of Naval News
                  Subsistence &ndash Weekend Cruise
                  Naval Communications

                  Box 360
                  Grounding the USS #432
                  Naval Reserve Organization, July 1, 1925
                  Material Inspection
                  Hull Board Inspection of the USSC #330
                  Inspections of Various USSC

                  Box 361
                  Inspection of USS Hawk
                  Conversion of the USS Hawk, 1926
                  Inspection of Various USSC

                  Box 362
                  Captain Hines&rsquo Personal File, 1926
                  Officers with Authority to Sign Drill Pay Voucher
                  Personnel Inspection Board & Reports
                  Wage Board &ndash Weighted Averages, 1926
                  Wage Board &ndash Correspondence with Inspection Officers
                  Wage Board &ndash Classification, 1926
                  Wage Board &ndash Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926

                  Box 363
                  Wage Data Received 1926
                  Ship Models
                  Death of David Long
                  Naval Militia Organizations, OH, WI, MO, IL, MN, MI, 1926
                  Speeches &ndash Merchant Marine, 1926

                  Box 364
                  Navy Posters
                  Speeches
                  Officers Training Corps
                  Registered Mail from Kansas City to St. Louis
                  Budget, 1927
                  Army & Navy Game
                  Training Program, 1926
                  Communication Officers
                  Medical Officers

                  Box 365
                  Destroyer Cruise
                  Communication, Supply & Medical&ndash Officers Course
                  Transportation for Naval Reservists
                  Officers who Cruised on Ships in the District
                  Men Authorized to be Recalled
                  Armory Rentals
                  Torpedo Instruction

                  Box 367
                  District Intelligence Officers, 1926
                  Receipt Letters
                  Board of Inspection &ndash Culver Military Academy
                  Inspection of Naval Reserve Vessels
                  Statements of Service
                  Bureau of Engineering
                  Aeronautics
                  Bureau of Budget
                  Construction & Repairs
                  Medicine & Surgery

                  Box 368
                  Bureau of Navigation, Washington DC, 1926
                  Chief of Naval Operations, Washington DC, Jan.-Aug. 1926
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Washington DC, 1926
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks, Washington DC, 1926
                  Subsistence Reports, Jan.-March 1926

                  Box 369
                  Subsistence Report, April-Dec. 1926

                  Box 370
                  Personnel Report, 1926
                  Vacancy Report, 1926
                  Changes to Report of EM Monthly, 1926
                  Quarterly Report of Force, 1926
                  Reservists on Active Duty
                  Small Boats Report, 1926
                  Roster List, End of Quarter

                  Box 371
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Drill Reports, Jan.-Feb. 1926

                  Box 372
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Drill Reports, March-May 1926

                  Box 373
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Drill Reports, May-July 1926

                  Box 374
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Drill Reports, Aug.-Oct. 1926

                  Box 375
                  Active Reports, 1926

                  Box 376
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Navy Reserve Act, Jan.-March 1926

                  Box 377
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Navy Reserve Act, April-July 1926

                  Box 378
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Navy Reserve Act, Aug.-Dec. 1926

                  Box 379
                  Active Reports, 1926
                  Navy Reserve Activities

                  Box 380
                  Personnel Reports, July-Dec. 1926
                  Transportation Requests
                  Fuel Reports, 1926

                  Box 381
                  Personnel Statistic, 1926
                  Money & Sub-Credits
                  Commuted Rations
                  Requests for Allotment of Funds

                  Box 382
                  Activity Reports, 1926
                  Inspector-Instructor

                  Box 383
                  Expenditures, 1926
                  Bond Instruments
                  Information Re: Employees
                  Naval Reserve Vessels
                  Report of Ordnances
                  Rented Property
                  Naval Reserve Administration
                  Transferred Personnel
                  Incoming Dispatch

                  Box 384
                  Mileage, 1926
                  Destroyer Cruise
                  Muster Rolls
                  Reservists on Active Duty
                  Fifteen Days Training Duty
                  Handling of Pay Accounts

                  Box 385
                  Number of Reservists
                  Naval Reserve Cruise
                  Status of Medical Officers
                  Annual Census &ndash Enlisted Personnel, 1926
                  Annual Report
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoA-B&rdquo 1926

                  Box 386
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoC-H&rdquo 1926

                  Box 387
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoJ-O&rdquo 1926

                  Box 388
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoP-Z&rdquo 1926

                  Box 389
                  Aviation &ndash MO, OH, IN, MI, MN, IL, 1923-1926

                  Box 390
                  Aviation Miscellaneous, 1926
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, 1926
                  Office Reports, 1926-1927
                  Outgoing Mail, June-Sept. 1926

                  Box 391
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1926
                  Charts
                  Transfer Forms

                  Box 392
                  Captain Evers &ndash Chicago, Jan-June 1927

                  Box 393
                  Captain Evers &ndash Chicago, July-Dec. 1927
                  Lieutenant Keifer &ndash Milwaukee, Jan.-May 1927

                  Box 394
                  Lieutenant Keifer &ndash Milwaukee, June-Dec. 1927
                  Lieutenant Knachel - Indianapolis, Jan.-April 1927
                  Lieutenant Hesler &ndash Indianapolis, May-July 1927

                  Box 395
                  Lieutenant Hesler &ndash Indianapolis, Aug.-Dec. 1927
                  Commander McGillan &ndash Green Bay, 1927

                  Box 396
                  Commander Nicklett &ndash Toledo, 1927
                  Commander Kelly &ndash Duluth, Jan.-April 1927

                  Box 397
                  Lieutenant Collins &ndash Kansas City, 1927
                  Commander Swenson &ndash Duluth, 1927
                  Commander Schwartz &ndash St. Louis, Jan-April 1927

                  Box 398
                  Commander Schwartz &ndash St. Louis, May-Dec. 1927
                  Commander Brodhead &ndash Detroit, Jan.-March 1927

                  Box 399
                  Commander Brodhead &ndash Detroit, April-Dec. 1927

                  Box 400
                  Lieutenant Lauder &ndash Burlington, IA, 1927
                  Correspondence 43rd Division, Omaha, NE, 1927
                  Recruiters: Chicago, Cincinnati, Des Moines, Detroit, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis
                  Indianapolis, 1927
                  Inspection of Naval Material: Chicago & Cincinnati, 1927

                  Box 401
                  Hydrographic office &ndash Chicago & SS Marie, 1927
                  Inspector of Naval Material &ndash Cleveland, Dayton & Detroit, 1927
                  Recruiters: Cleveland, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Peoria & Louisville, 1927

                  Box 402
                  District Medical Aide &ndash Great Lakes, 1927
                  District Radio Material Office &ndash Great Lakes, 1927
                  District Communication Office &ndash Great Lakes, 1927
                  District Supply Office&ndash Great Lakes, 1927
                  District Accounting Office &ndash Great Lakes, 1927
                  Hospital, 1927
                  Public Works Officer, 1927
                  Disbursing Officer, 1927
                  Commandant, 1927

                  Box 403
                  Aeronautics Bureau &ndash Washington DC, 1927
                  Bureau of Budget &ndash Washington DC, 1927
                  Construction & Repairs &ndash Washington DC, 1927
                  Bureau of Engineering &ndash Washington DC, Jan.-July 1927

                  Box 404
                  Bureau of Engineering &ndash Washington DC, Aug.-Dec. 1927
                  Bureau of Medicine & Surgery &ndash Washington DC, 1927
                  Bureau of Navigation - Washington DC, 1927

                  Box 405
                  Chief of Naval Operations, 1927
                  Bureau of Ordnance - Washington DC, 1927
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts - Washington DC, 1927
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks - Washington DC, 1927

                  Box 406
                  Ordnance Officer &ndash Reserve Armories
                  Follow-up File on Work Orders Given to Public Works
                  Formation of Naval Reserve Units
                  Bureau Navigation Reports
                  Bureau of Navigation Circular Letters
                  ALNAV Confirmation Copies
                  Marines Corps

                  Box 407
                  Charts of Great Lakes
                  Promotions
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, 1927
                  Naval Education Study Courses
                  District Orders

                  Box 408
                  Shipkeepers
                  Power Boats Assigned to 9th Naval District, 1927
                  Charges Against Reserve Appropriation
                  Yards & Docks, 1927
                  Information Files: Miscellaneous Correspondence

                  Box 409
                  Conference at Geneva
                  Correspondence - Aviation
                  Correspondence &ndash Relative to Flooded Areas
                  Correspondence &ndash Marines and Merchant Marines
                  Correspondence &ndash Radio
                  Correspondence &ndash Medical Corps
                  Correspondence &ndashAppropriations
                  Correspondence &ndash Naval Academy
                  Reserve Orders &ndash Circular Letters

                  Box 410
                  Aviation Reserve Recommendations
                  Certification of Vouchers
                  Weekly Newsletter
                  Naval Academy

                  Box 411
                  Commander Officer &ndash 1st Naval District, Boston, MA
                  Commander Officer &ndash 3rd Naval District, NY
                  Commander Officer &ndash 5th Naval District, Hampton Rd, VA
                  Commander Officer &ndash 7th Naval District, Key West, FL
                  Commander Officer &ndash 8th Naval District, New Orleans, LA
                  Commander Officer &ndash 11th Naval District, San Diego, CA
                  Commander Officer &ndash 12th Naval District, San Francisco, CA
                  Commander Officer &ndash 13th Naval District, Seattle, WA
                  Circular Letters Reserve Force &ndash IL, OH, MO, 1927

                  Box 412
                  Circular Letters &ndash WI, IN, MN, NE, 1927
                  Death of Thomas McCool
                  Subsistence for Weekend Cruises
                  Communication & Radio Operators
                  Repairs to Vessels
                  Inspection &ndash Naval Reserve

                  Box 413
                  Inspection &ndash Naval Reserve

                  Box 414
                  Hull Board Inspection on Various Ships
                  Material Inspection on Various Ships
                  Personal Files &ndash Captain Hynes
                  Pictures of Admiral Zeigemeier

                  Box 415
                  Rear Admiral Zeigemeier
                  Names of Officers Authorized to Sign Drill Pay Vouchers
                  Wage Board
                  Speeches &ndash Re. Naval Disarmament Conference, 1927
                  Speeches &ndash Re. Merchant Marine, 1927
                  Various Speeches, 1927

                  Box 416
                  Speeches &ndash Re. Aircraft & shipping
                  Sea Scouts
                  Militia, OH, MI, MN, IL, MO
                  Officers Training Corps
                  Armory Rentals
                  Medical & Supplies Officers Cruises, 1927

                  Box 417
                  Death of Fred Edmond Greis
                  Sinking of USS Chaser 419
                  Training Cruises 1927
                  Destroyer Cruises, 1927

                  Box 418
                  Officers to East Coast Training Duty
                  Aviation
                  Estimate Officers Who Will Cruise, 1927
                  Publicity for Cruise
                  Attendance Cards
                  Record of Receipt of Confidential Material
                  Board of Investigation into Drill Pay Vouchers from Michigan City, IN
                  Assignment of a 50&rdquo Motor Launch to 31st Division

                  Box 419
                  Inquiry into Land Plane Crash NY-7179
                  Grounding of USS Hawk
                  Death of Murdoch, Lawrence Tate & John C. Baldwin
                  Replacement Engines- USSC 412
                  Subsistence Reports
                  District Intelligence Officer

                  Box 420
                  Subsistence Reports, 1927

                  Box 421
                  Personnel Reports
                  Vacancy Reports
                  Report of Force
                  Reservists on Active Duty
                  Clerical Force
                  District Craft

                  Box 422
                  Hull Board Reports, 1927
                  Personnel Reports, 1927
                  Travel Orders for Civilian Employees
                  Summary of Reserve Personnel
                  Transportation Requests
                  Personnel Statistic

                  Box 423
                  Hydrographic Reports
                  National Defense Magazine
                  Bureau of Navigation, 1927
                  Monthly Activity Reports, 1927

                  Box 424
                  Bureau of Navigation, 1927
                  Activity Reports, 1927
                  Real Estate Used for Naval Purposes, 1927

                  Box 425
                  Real Estate Used for Naval Purposes, 1927
                  Activity Reports, 1927

                  Box 426
                  Inspector- Instructor, 1927
                  Personnel in the Field Service, 1927
                  Training Duty Performed by Reservists
                  Ordnance Equipment
                  Aviation Report
                  Allotments
                  Destroyer Cruises
                  Schedule of Cruises on the Great Lakes

                  Box 427
                  Transportation
                  Class F-1 &ndash Summer 1926
                  Naval Reserve Administration
                  Training Duty Requirements for Reservists

                  Box 428
                  Mileage
                  Muster Rolls
                  Data for Annual Report
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoC&rdquo

                  Box 429
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoA-E&rdquo, 1927
                  Appropriate Duty &ndash Naval Reservists
                  Movement Reports
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks &ndash Annual Report

                  Box 430
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoF-H&rdquo, 1927

                  Box 431
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoI-S&rdquo, 1927

                  Box 432
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence &ldquoT-Z&rdquo, 1927
                  Aviation: Requests for Flight Training, 1927
                  Box 433
                  Aviation: Miscellaneous, 1927
                  Aviation: Requests for Flight Training, 1927
                  Aviation Weekly News Letters
                  Aviation, Minneapolis, Division 2, Squadron US 6
                  Aviation File: Bureau of Aeronautics
                  Aviation, St. Louis, Division 3, Squadron US 6
                  Aviation File: Squadron VN10RD9
                  Aviation File: Detroit

                  Box 434
                  Aviation: Chicago Division, Jan. 1927 &ndash April 1928
                  Commander Yates Files: A-Z, 1927
                  Personnel Reports: Jan.-July 1927

                  Box 435
                  Correspondence &ndash Transfer Forms, 1927

                  Box 436
                  Personnel Reports: Aug.-Dec. 1927
                  Memos to the Office of Force, 1927
                  Captain Evans: Jan.-April 1928

                  Box 437
                  Time Sheets: Aug. 1921 &ndash Dec. 1927
                  Discrepancies in Reports

                  Box 438
                  Correspondence &ndash Transfer Forms, 1927

                  Box 439
                  Captain Evans: May-Dec. 1928

                  Box 440
                  Lieutenant Kiefer: 1928
                  Lieutenant Heslar: Jan.-June 1928
                  Commanding Officer USSC #432, Jan.-Aug. 1928

                  Box 441
                  Commanding Officer USSC #432, Sept.-Dec. 1928
                  Lieutenant Heslar: July-Dec. 1928
                  Captain Nicklett: Jan.-July 1928

                  Box 442
                  Captain Nicklett: Aug-Dec. 1928
                  Lieutenant Commander Sevensen: Jan.-Aug. 1928
                  Lieutenant Commander Rabideau, Sept. Dec. 1928

                  Box 443
                  Captain Schwartz, 1928

                  Box 444
                  Captain Brodhead, March-Sept. 1928
                  Lieutenant Collins, 1928

                  Box 445
                  Captain Brodhead, Oct.-Dec. 1928
                  Lieutenant Lauder, 1928
                  Lieutenant, McGinty, 1928
                  Recruiters: Chicago, Cincinnati, Des Moines, 1928

                  Box 446
                  Recruiters: Detroit, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Chicago,
                  Hydrographic Office: Sauk Saint Marie & Chicago, 1928

                  Box 447
                  Inspection of Naval Material, Wright Field, Dayton, 1928
                  Inspector of Naval Aircraft, Detroit, 1928
                  Recruiters: Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Louisville, Cleveland, Peoria, 1928
                  Medical Aide, Great Lakes, 1928
                  Radio Office, Great Lakes, 1928
                  Communications, Great Lakes, 1928
                  Supply Aide, Great Lakes, 1928

                  Box 448
                  Supply Officer, Great Lakes, 1928
                  Accounting Officer
                  Commanding Officer, Naval Hospital, Great Lakes
                  District Public Works Officer
                  Commandant Naval Training Officer, 1928

                  Box 449
                  Aviation File: 1928
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, 1928
                  Bureau of Budget, 1928
                  Bureau of Construction & Repair, 1928

                  Box 450
                  Organization
                  Bureau of Engineering
                  Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
                  Bureau of Navigation, Jan.-May 1928
                  Box 451
                  Bureau of Navigation, June-Dec. 1928
                  Navy Department, 1928
                  Chief of Naval Operations, Jan.-July 1928

                  Box 452
                  Chief of Naval Operations, Aug.-Dec. 1928
                  Bureau of Ordnance, 1928
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, 1928
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks, 1928
                  Request for Assignment Vessels during Summer 1928
                  Formation of Naval Reserve Units

                  Box 453
                  Bureau of Navigation &ndash Circular Letters
                  Charts of the Great Lakes
                  ALNAV Messages
                  Confirmation Copies of ALNAV
                  Marine HQ Circular Letters
                  Marines on Duty &ndash 9th District
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, July-Oct. 1928

                  Box 454
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, Nov.-Dec. 1928
                  District Orders
                  Training Courses
                  Reserve Aviation Base, St. Paul, MN
                  Clothing for Reservists
                  Shipkeepers, 1927-1929
                  Power Boats Assigned to 9th District

                  Box 455
                  Trophies
                  Charges Against &ldquoYards & Docks&rdquo
                  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1928
                  District Reserve Orders, 1928
                  Staff HQ Memos, 1928

                  Box 456
                  Circular Letters, 1928
                  Collision: Wilmette & Wilmington at Harbor Springs, MI
                  Reorganization of Reserve Aviation
                  Commandant, 1st Naval District, Boston
                  Commandant, 3rd Naval District, NY
                  Commandant, 5th Naval District, Hampton Roads, VA
                  Commandant, 6th Naval District, Charleston, SC
                  Commandant, 7th Naval District, Key West, FL
                  Commandant, 8th Naval District, New Orleans, LO
                  Commandant, 11th Naval District, San Diego, CA
                  Weekly News Letters
                  Training of Naval Reserve Officers

                  Box 457
                  Physical Exams for Midshipmen
                  Commandant, 12tht Naval District, San Francisco, CA
                  Commandant, 13th Naval District, Seattle, WA
                  Circular Letters: MI, IL, MO, 1928

                  Box 458
                  Circular Letters: OH, WI, NE, MN, IN

                  Box 459
                  Circular Letters: IN, IA
                  Commanding Officer, 11th District, St. Paul, MN
                  Commanding Officer, 9th Naval District
                  Inspection of Naval Reserve Units

                  Box 460
                  Naval Academy Graduates Residing in the 9th District
                  Newspaper Clippings
                  Weekend Cruises
                  Personal Letters - re. Communications and Radio Operators
                  Requirements for Officers to Remain in Fleet Status
                  Material Inspection of Ships
                  Hull Board Inspection

                  Box 461
                  Inspection of Various US Sub Chasers
                  Admiral Craven&rsquos Personal File
                  Names of Officers Authorized to Sign Vouchers
                  Clubs

                  Box 462
                  Wage Board
                  Ship Models
                  Memos
                  Speeches
                  Sea Scouts
                  Exemption from Taxes
                  Naval Militia
                  Assignment F1 &ndash Rock Island
                  Assignment Medical Officers
                  Box 463
                  Officers Training Corps &ndash Northwestern University
                  Death of R.L. Russelman
                  Suggestions for Training Cruises for 1928
                  Itinerary for Training Cruises, Summer 1928
                  Communications Officers Courses
                  Medical Officers
                  Record of Receipt &ndash Confidential and Semi-Confidential Material
                  Removal of USSC #64 from Burlington, IA, to Peoria, IL
                  Recovery of Uniforms issued to Naval Reservists
                  Additional Enlisted Men for Burlington, IA
                  Armory Rentals

                  Box 464
                  Recommendations for Change of Times for Annual Training Cruises
                  Appropriated Duty for Fleet Naval Reserve Officers
                  Motor Launch, Hancock, MI, Cincinnati, OH, and Kansas City, MO
                  Assignment of Motor Boats
                  Assignment of Area Commander
                  Training Cruises &ndash Reserve
                  Facilities for Care of Power Boats
                  Lockers &ndash Enlisted Men

                  Box 465
                  Intelligence Officers &ndash Reports
                  Changes in Designation of Areas
                  Allotment of Funds
                  Rifles for Reserves
                  Recruiters & Inspector Instructions
                  Navy Memorial Association
                  Man-of War&rsquos &ndash Man&rsquos Manual
                  Accommodation on Board Vessels
                  Subsistence Reports, Jan.-April 1928

                  Box 466
                  Subsistence Reports, June-Dec. 1928

                  Box 467
                  Clerical &ndash Report of Employment
                  Report of Civil Force
                  Personnel Reports
                  Vacancy Reports
                  Hull Board Reports, 1928

                  Box 468
                  Hull Board Reports
                  Reports on District Crafts
                  Quarterly Report of Reservists on Active Duty
                  Transportation Requests
                  Summary of Personnel
                  Naval Reserve Activities
                  Recreation Allotment

                  Box 469
                  Monthly Reports
                  Bureau of Navigation, Jan.-June 1928

                  Box 470
                  Bureau of Navigation, July-Dec. 1928

                  Box 471
                  Bureau of Navigation, Jan. 1929
                  Naval Reserve Reports, 1927-1928
                  Personnel Reports, Jan.-June 1928

                  Box 472
                  Personnel Reports, July-Dec. 1928
                  Real Estate, 1928

                  Box 473
                  Efficiency Reports

                  Box 474
                  Inspector Instruction Reports, 1928
                  Monthly Activity Reports, 1928

                  Box 475
                  Material Readiness Reports, May & Nov. 1928
                  Report of Allotment
                  Aviation Reports
                  Ordnance Equipment
                  Upkeep: Motor Launch
                  Activities of Area Commanders

                  Box 476
                  Roster all USN Men on Board at End of Quarter
                  Reports: Movement of Vessels
                  Annual Turnover

                  Box 477
                  Annual Turnover
                  Reports on Training Duty &ndash USNR
                  Muster Rolls
                  Acknowledgment of Letters
                  District Orders 13-28 & 31-28
                  Annual Census

                  Box 478
                  DOL &ndash Information Requests
                  Reports on Civil Service Rules
                  Navy-Owned Acetylene Cylinders
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous &ldquoA-E&rdquo

                  Box 479
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous &ldquoF-L&rdquo

                  Box 480
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous &ldquoM-R&rdquo

                  Box 481
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous &ldquoS-W & Y&rdquo
                  Building Specifications
                  Aviation Squadron VN-9RD9, Detroit, MI

                  Box 482
                  Aviation Squadron VN-9RD9, Detroit, MI
                  Aviation Squadron VN-12RD9, St. Louis, MO
                  Aviation &ndash Request for Flight Training
                  US Hospitals
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station

                  Box 483
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 484
                  Incoming & Outgoing District Dispatches
                  Incoming & Outgoing Hospital Dispatches

                  Box 485
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 486
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 487
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 488
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals
                  1-13th Battery &ndash HQ Division
                  VN &ndash 9-12RD9

                  Box 489
                  1st-30th Division

                  Box 490
                  31st-52nd Division

                  Box 491
                  Captain Stone&rsquos Personal File &ldquoA-Z&rdquo
                  Mr. Hallowell&rsquos Files, 1928

                  Box 492
                  Fitness Reports, 1928-1930

                  Box 493
                  Naval Reserve
                  Correspondence Receipts

                  Box 494
                  Office Personnel
                  District Reserve Orders

                  Box 495
                  District Staff HQ Memos

                  Box 496
                  Correspondence Files &ndash Lists of Numbers for 19269
                  Captain Evers&rsquo Files, 1929
                  Lt. Keifer, Jan.-April 1929

                  Box 497
                  Lt. Keifer, May-Dec. 1929
                  Lt. Heslar, 1929
                  Commanding Officer &ndash USSC # 432, 1929
                  Captain Nicklett, Jan-April 1929

                  Box 498
                  Captain Nicklett, April-Dec. 1929
                  Captain Schwartz, 1929

                  Box 499
                  Lieutenant Commander Rabideau, 1929
                  Lieutenant Commander Brodhead, 1929

                  Box 500
                  Commanding Officer &ndash USSC #64, 1929
                  Lt. Lauder, 1929
                  Lt. McGinty, Jan-March 1929
                  Recruiters, IL, OH, IA, IN
                  Inspectors of Naval Materials
                  Hydrographic Office, 1929

                  Box 501
                  Hydrographic Offices &ndash Great Lakes States
                  Recruiters &ndash Great Lakes States
                  District Radio Material Officers, 1929

                  Box 502
                  Communication Officer, 1929
                  District Aide for Supply, 1929
                  District Supply officer, 1929

                  Box 503
                  District Accounting Officer, 1929
                  US Naval Hospital, 1929
                  District Public Works Officers, 1929
                  District Disbursing Officers, 1929
                  Commandant, 1929
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, Jan.-April, 1929

                  Box 504
                  Bureau of Aeronautics, May-Dec. 1929
                  Bureau of Budget, 1929
                  Bureau of Engineering, 1929
                  Bureau of Medicine & Surgery, 1929

                  Box 505
                  Bureau of Construction & Repairs, 1929
                  Bureau of Navigation, 1929

                  Box 506
                  Secretary of Navy, 1929
                  Naval Operations, Jan.-March 1929

                  Box 507
                  Naval Operations, April-Dec. 1929
                  Bureau of Ordnance, 1929
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, 1929
                  Bureau of Yards & Docks, 1929

                  Box 508
                  Requests for Assignment during Summer 1929
                  Ordnance &ndash Naval Reserve Armories
                  Formation of New Reserve Units
                  Bureau of Navigation &ndash Circular Letters, 1929
                  Bureau of Navigation &ndash Circular Letters, 1929
                  ALNAV Messages
                  Marines Corps &ndash Circular Letters
                  Bureau of Supplies & Accounts
                  Charts of the Great Lakes
                  Naval Educational Study Courses
                  District Orders

                  Box 509
                  Clothing for Reservists
                  Shipkeepers
                  Power Boats &ndash Assigned to the 9th District
                  Radio Manual & Signals
                  Picture of Motor Launches

                  Box 510
                  Civilian Passengers on Reserve Cruise
                  District Reserve Order

                  Box 511
                  Weekly News Letters
                  Naval Academy

                  Box 512
                  Commander &ndash Boston Navy Yards, 1929
                  3rd Naval District, NY, 1929
                  3rd-8th & &ldquo9th-11th&rdquo Naval Districts
                  Circular Letters, 1929
                  Circular Letters, 1929
                  Inspections Letters, 1929

                  Box 513
                  Inspection Letter, 1929
                  Master Control Stations, 1929
                  Week-end Cruises
                  Naval Communications & Radio Operators

                  Box 514
                  Radio & Communication, 1929

                  Box 515
                  Radio & Communication &ndash Great Lakes States, 1929
                  Material Inspection OF USSC # 432, & 412
                  Admiral Crosley Personal File

                  Box 516
                  Admiral Cravens&rsquo Personal , 1929
                  Wage Board
                  Ship Models, 1929
                  Drill Records of F-1 Men - 9th District
                  Joint Army & Navy Exercise
                  Naval Militia Ordnance

                  Box 517
                  Board of Investigation Captain Schwartz, 1929
                  USS Constitution
                  Death of Robert A. Werner
                  Officers Training Corps
                  Medical & Supply

                  Box 518
                  District Reserve Orders
                  Cruise Reports
                  Movements of Naval Reserve
                  Training Schedules
                  Destroyer Cruises
                  Transportation Arrangement for Cruises


                  Box 519
                  Officers & Men Authorized to be Recalled to Training Duty
                  Report of Third Training Cruise, Aug. 17-31, Muskegon, MI 1929
                  Report on Destroyer Cruise
                  Regulations & Info. for Reserve Officers Training at Great Lakes, June 1-15, 1929
                  Target Practice in Training Cruises &ndash Summer 1929
                  Basketball Tournaments

                  Box 520
                  Request for Assignment of Converted Motor Launch for the 42nd Naval Reserve Fleet Division, Burlington, IA
                  Armory Rentals
                  Board of Inquest &ndash Death of James Parrish and Harry Hockman
                  Record of Receipt of Confidential Materials
                  Appt. of Dental Officers, Special Service &ndash USNR
                  Transferring the 42nd Fleet Div. at Burlington, IA, to Rock Island, IL
                  Rifles and small Arms Competition
                  Loading Machines
                  Examining Board &ndash Supervisory
                  Medical & Marines at Great Lakes
                  List of State Officials

                  Box 521
                  Intelligent Officers
                  Employment of Inspector
                  Subsistence Report, Jan.-June 1929

                  Box 522
                  Subsistence Report, July-Dec. 1929
                  Personnel Reports, 1929

                  Box 523
                  List of Recruiting Stations & Substations, 19225-1929
                  Monthly Report of Enlisted Personnel
                  Report of Force
                  Report of Employment
                  Status of District Vessels
                  Muster Rolls
                  Recruits on Active Duty
                  Boat Report, Jan. 1929

                  Box 524
                  Hull Board Reports, 1929
                  Personnel Reports
                  Travel Orders
                  Practice in Radio Code & Procedure
                  Transportation Report
                  Summary of Personnel

                  Box 525
                  Personnel Statistics
                  Ration Report
                  Money & Subsistence Credits for EM at Staff HQ
                  Request for Funds
                  Monthly Report of Naval Reserve Activities, Jan.-June 1929

                  Box 526
                  Monthly Report of Naval Reserve Activities, July-Dec. 1929 &ndash Jan. 1930
                  Personnel &ndash Reserves in 9th District

                  Box 527
                  Personnel Reports, 1929

                  Box 528
                  Real Estate Reports, 1929
                  Radio Broadcasts
                  Recruiting Stations
                  Hydrographic Offices

                  Box 529
                  Monthly Activity Report, 1929
                  Inspector-Instructor Report, 1929

                  Box 530
                  Training Report, 1929
                  Personnel in Field Service
                  Naval Reserve Units &ndash Ordnance Material
                  Aviation Report
                  Correspondence Re. Transportation during Cruising Season
                  Material Readiness Report
                  Number of Officers & Men Trained, 1929
                  Activities of Area Commanders
                  Cost of Maintenance

                  Box 531
                  Turnover in F-1 Men Attached to Organizations of the Naval Reserve
                  CPO &ndash Completion of 2yrs. Shore Duty
                  Report on Reservists Training Duty
                  Muster Rolls &ndash Lakes & Destroyers Cruises
                  Vessels Assigned to Training Naval Reserve
                  Annual Census Report
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous Reports &ldquoA-B&rdquo
                  Box 532
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous Reports &ldquoC-H&rdquo

                  Box 533
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous Reports &ldquoH-T&rdquo

                  Box 534
                  Correspondence Miscellaneous Reports &ldquoU-Z&rdquo

                  Box 535
                  Aviation Reports, 1929
                  Aviation Miscellaneous, 1928
                  Aviation Files, 1929

                  Box 536
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 537
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 538
                  Incoming & Outgoing District

                  Box 539
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals

                  Box 540
                  Incoming & Outgoing Radio
                  Incoming & Outgoing Station
                  Incoming & Outgoing District
                  US Hospitals
                  District Orders, 1930

                  Box 541
                  District Orders, 1930
                  Reports of Changes & Transfers

                  This page was last reviewed on August 15, 2016.
                  Contact us with questions or comments.


                  USS Massachusetts (BB-2)


                  Figure 1: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) halftone photograph, taken prior to 1898. Copied from the contemporary publication Uncle Sam's Navy. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 2: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) photographed by E.H. Hart off New York City during the Spanish-American War victory review, circa August 1898. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 3: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) photograph taken in 1898. The original photograph was copyright J.F. Jarvis and printed on a stereograph card. Courtesy of Captain George Atkins, USNR(DC), 1975. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 4: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) at anchor, 1898. The original photograph was copyright 1898 by J.F. Jarvis and published on a stereograph card. Courtesy of Commander Donald J. Robinson, USN(MSC), 1975. US Naval Historical Center Photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 5: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) in 1893. This could be a black-and-white photograph from either a book or a postcard that has had color added to it by the publisher. Courtesy of Arnold A. Putnam. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 6: Starboard bow view of USS Massachusetts (BB-2) at a wharf, June 1901. US Naval Historical Center Photograph #1 81-NYS-15-46. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 7: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) is seen at the coaling facility (Building 109) on Pier 1 of the Boston Navy Yard in 1904. Astern of the battleship is USS Constitution. Photograph by E. Chickering, National Park Service, Boston National Historical Park, cat. no. BOSTS-10053, courtesy of Stephen P. Carlson, Preservation Specialist, Boston NHP, Charlestown Navy Yard. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 8: Pre-cruise fitting out of USS Massachusetts (BB-2) at the New York Navy Yard, 1904. USS Indiana (BB-1) is in the background. USNI/USN photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 9: The Massachusetts (BB-2) in dry dock, possibly at the New York Navy Yard, 1904. USNI/USN photograph. Click on photograph for larger image.


                  Figure 10: USS Massachusetts (BB-2) in harbor, date and place unknown. This is a black-and-white photograph on a postcard that has had color added to it by the publisher. Courtesy of Arnold A. Putnam. Click on photograph for larger image.

                  USS Massachusetts (BB-2) was a 10,288-ton battleship of the Indiana class and was built by William Cramp & Sons at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was commissioned on 10 June 1896. The ship was approximately 350 feet long and 69 feet wide, had a top speed of 16 knots, and had a crew of 473 officers and men. Massachusetts was armed with four 13-inch guns, eight 8-inch guns, four 6-inch guns, 20 6-pounders, six 1-pounders, and four 18-inch torpedo tubes.

                  Massachusetts left on her shakedown cruise on 4 August 1896. She conducted trials and maneuvers off the east coast of the United States until 30 November and then entered the New York Navy Yard in New York City for an overhaul. For almost two years, Massachusetts patrolled off America’s Atlantic coastline and participated in training maneuvers with the North Atlantic Squadron off Florida.

                  After the start of the Spanish-American War on 21 April 1898, Massachusetts participated in the naval blockade of Cuba. She was stationed off Cienfuegos, Cuba, and on the afternoon of 31 May she bombarded the forts at the entrance of Santiago de Cuba and exchanged gunfire with the Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon, forcing the enemy ship to retire into the inner harbor of Santiago for safety. Massachusetts remained on patrol off Santiago, occasionally bombarding the Spanish fortifications there until 2 July 1898. The battleship went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for coal and this trip caused her to miss the naval Battle of Santiago, which occurred on 3 July. But Massachusetts quickly steamed back to Santiago and did arrive in time to help the battleship USS Texas force the Spanish cruiser Reina Mercedes to beach and surrender at midnight on 6 July. The ship then supported the American occupation of Puerto Rico from 21 July to 1 August. After that, Massachusetts steamed home and arrived in New York City on 20 August.

                  For the next seven years, Massachusetts patrolled off America’s Atlantic coast and in the eastern Caribbean as a member of the North Atlantic Squadron. From 27 May to 30 August 1904, she served as a training ship for US Naval Academy midshipmen off New England and then entered the New York Navy Yard in New York City for an overhaul. After the overhaul was completed, Massachusetts left New York on 13 January 1905 and went to the Caribbean on training maneuvers. The battleship returned to New York on 12 November 1905, where she underwent inactivation overhaul and was decommissioned on 8 January 1906.

                  Massachusetts was placed in “reduced commission” on 2 May 1910 and served as a summer practice ship for US Naval Academy midshipmen. Over the next four years, Massachusetts made three midshipman cruises (two of them to Europe) and entered the Atlantic Reserve Fleet in September 1912. After a brief trip to New York from 5 to 16 October 1912 for a Presidential Fleet Review, Massachusetts went to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was based there until being decommissioned on 23 May 1914.

                  Massachusetts was re-commissioned at Philadelphia on 9 June 1917. She left there on 9 October and arrived at the Naval Training Station at Newport, Rhode Island, on 15 October and embarked US Naval Reserve gun crews for gunnery training in Block Island Sound off Rhode Island. Massachusetts continued serving as a training ship during World War I. After the war ended, Massachusetts was re-designated Coast Battleship No. 2 on 29 March 1919. USS Massachusetts was decommissioned for the last time on 31 March 1919. She was struck from the Navy list on 22 November 1920 and given to the War Department as a target ship. Towed to Pensacola, Florida, on 6 January 1921, the ship was bombarded by guns from nearby Fort Pickens and sunk. Her hulk remains there to this day.


                  Development of ship building at the Charlestown Navy Yard-USS Brazos

                  USS Brazos As the U.S. Navy began to assume worldwide responsibilities, it developed the need for a massive "Fleet Train" of supporting ships. While most such ships were converted from merchant vessels, Congress in 1916 authorized the construction of a series of new ships that served as the nucleus of the auxiliary forces in the years between the two world wars. Boston was selected to construct five of these vessels, including three "fuel ships," better known as oilers. The first of these vessels, USS Brazos (AO-4), is seen during fitting out in 1919. She was the only one of the trio to survive World War II, her sisters Neches (AO-5) and Pecos (AO-6) both being lost to Japanese forces in early 1942.

                  Last updated: February 26, 2015

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                  Boston National Historical Park
                  21 Second Ave
                  Charlestown , MA 02129


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