Category Archives: Destroyers

New York Shipbuilding Corporation

New York Shipbuilding Corporation records, 1895–1967. 6 boxes, 1 volume, plus 3 flat file drawers, 8 filing cabinet drawers, 1 large binder, 2 rolled plans, and 1 envelope (28.25 linear feet). Abstract Collection of photographs, photograph albums and specification books … Continue reading

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New York Shipbuilding Corporation (ISM collection)

Independent Seaport Museum collection on New York Shipbuilding Corporation, 1919–1964. 4 boxes, 1 volume, and 1 flat box (1.5 linear feet). Abstract The New York Shipbuilding Corporation (NYS) was founded in 1899 by Henry G. Morse (1850-1903), who served as … Continue reading

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Albert family

Albert family papers, 1859–1956. 5 boxes, plus 3 oversize folders (1.75 linear feet). About the Albert family John Seaman Albert (1835-1880) began his career in the U.S. Navy in 1855, and achieved rank of Chief Engineer in 1861. He took … Continue reading

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Walsh, Thomas W.

Thomas W. Walsh collection on USS Lawrence, 1960–1962. 1 box (0.66 linear feet). About Thomas W. Walsh Commander Thomas W. Walsh (b. 1921), was a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, the United States Naval Post-Graduate School (Naval Intelligence), … Continue reading

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Siver, Donald Frank

Donald Siver collection on destroyers, 1918–1993. 4 boxes, plus 1 framed item (4 linear feet). About Donald Frank Siver Donald Frank Siver was born in 1938 and died in 1998. He lived in Kenosha Wisconsin. About the collection This is … Continue reading

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