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Guide to the American President Lines Records, 1871-1995

Processed by Roberto Landazuri and Richard Tooker.; machine-readable finding aid created by Roberto Landazuri and S. Taylor Horton.
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San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. All rights reserved.
Historic Documents Department, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Building E, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA 94123

Guide to the American President Lines Records, 1871-1995

Document Collection Number: HDC 279

Photograph Collection Number: P96-007

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park



Historic Documents Department

San Francisco, California

Contact Information:

  • San Francisco Maritime
  • National Historical Park
  • Third Floor, Building E, Fort Mason
  • San Francisco, CA 94123
  • Phone: 415-561-7070
  • Fax: 415-556-3540
  • URL: http://www.nps.gov/safr/local/hddquery.html
  • All written inquiries should include your name, mailing address, and telephone numbers.
    Processed by:
    Roberto Landazuri (1995 Accession)

    Richard Tooker (1983 Accession)
    Date Completed:
    May 15, 1997
    Encoded by:
    Roberto Landazuri, Project Archivist

    S. Taylor Horton, NPS Staff Archivist
© 1999 San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: American President Lines Records,
Date (inclusive): 1871-1995
Document Collection Number: HDC 279
Photograph Collection Number: P96-007
Creator: American President Lines
Extent: Approximately 575 linear feet total.

HDC 279: 501.61 linear feet.

P96-007: 60.1 linear feet, 85 motion picture reels, and 41 videocassettes.

SAFR-891: 1016 items.
Repository: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park (Calif.).

Historic Documents Department
Building E, Fort Mason, San Francisco, California 94123
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

The San Francisco Maritime NHP possesses physical property rights through ownership of the materials. However, copyright may reside with the individual or corporate body responsible for the creation of the materials, or with their heirs. It is the user's responsibility to respect the provisions of the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). Permission to reproduce or publish from this collection must be secured by the user from the copyright holders.

Preferred Citation

[Item description], [Location within collection organization identified by Collection Number/Series Number/File Unit Number/Item Number], American President Lines Records, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

Provenance

Documents in these records were created or collected by departments within American President Lines (APL) and its predecessor and subsidiary organizations. No evidence has been found of a records management program before the 1980s. The bulk of these records were assembled and organized as the APL Historical Archives by the APL Archives. Before the APL Archives was created, a variety of offices or individuals functioned as corporate repositories. For many years, the General Passenger Department retained records as part of its promotional and public relations activities. During the 1950s and 1960s, the Research & Development Department used and retained historical material in the preparation of research reports, many prepared by W. G. MacDonald, Assistant Passenger Traffic Manager in San Francisco. MacDonald, who began his career with Dollar's Admiral Oriental Line in 1924, also collected historical materials for a personal collection, which he sold to the company in 1983.
Most of these records appear to have been held by their respective creators or by the General Passenger Department until a corporate archives project was begun in 1979, probably in conjunction with the inventory and appraisal of APL's corporate art collection. Around 1981 the project was designated as the APL Archives, within the Office Services Department. Pamela Petersen supervised the APL Archives until 1983, when Colette Carey assumed the role.
In 1979 Pamela Petersen inventoried the archival records and produced the "APL Archives Bibliography." This inventory was updated in 1981 as "APL Archives Description and Arrangement". Both documents are found in Subgroup III, Series 5, Folder 2. W.G. MacDonald inventoried the collection he sold to APL in 1983 (Subgroup IV, Subseries 11.2, Folder 5). Neither the order nor the contents of the records transferred to San Francisco Maritime NHP in 1995 corresponded to these inventories. Materials were boxed, moved, and placed in storage between 1983 and 1995, and staff continued to use them. Some items were borrowed but not returned or were removed by collectors within the company. To the extent possible, the order of the records in the APL Archives has been reconstituted. Some records simply have been lost, probably due to moves of the corporate headquarters (1961, 1976, 1984, and 1991).

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Douglas Fonda (1983 accession).

American President Lines (1995 accession).

Processing Information

Processed by Roberto Landazuri (1995 accession) and Richard Tooker (1983 accession).

Completed in 1998

Agency History

American President Lines, for many years the largest American shipping company in the Pacific, was formed in 1938 from the remnants of the Dollar Steamship Company. Organized in 1900, Dollar spent its first two decades in the transpacific trade as "essentially a tramp operator, whose main cargoes were bulk, low-value merchandise not suitable for the larger and faster passenger-cargo liners of the Pacific Mail Steamship Lines." [1] Both APL and Dollar traced their corporate origins to the famous Pacific Mail Steamship Company (PMSS) formed in 1848.
Pacific Mail dominated stateside transpacific trade from 1867 to 1915. The Southern Pacific Railroad Company took control of the company in 1893. After the passage of the Panama Canal Act of 1912 and the LaFollette Seamen's Act of 1915, Southern Pacific Railroad began to liquidate the Pacific Mail fleet and withdraw from the transpacific trade. International Mercantile Marine purchased four Pacific Mail transpacific steamers; the remainder of the PMSS fleet and the company name were acquired by W.R. Grace & Co. As a subsidiary of Grace, Pacific Mail continued to operate coastwise service under its own house flag and purchased three new vessels with which it resumed transpacific service (and, briefly, round-the-world service) between 1916 and 1921. Pacific Mail Steamship Company officially ceased to exist in 1925 when Dollar acquired the company's name, house flag and goodwill from Grace.
As PMSS withdrew from transpacific service, Dollar expanded steadily in a slow build-up to the creation in 1924 of its own permanent round-the-world service. Dollar, and later APL, based its claim to PMSS as a direct predecessor company on its assumption of the "shell" of the old company--its name and its unused transpacific and round-the-world routes. This service, along with profitable intercoastal cargo business, gave Dollar and its American Mail Line (AML) [2] subsidiary a near monopoly on U.S. shipping in the Pacific Coast.
This dominance did not come without a price. As its debt grew through the 1930s, Dollar's fortunes declined. In August 1938, faced with insurmountable debt and probable foreclosure, the company entered into an agreement that its creditors felt was the best alternative to bankruptcy. The U.S. Maritime Commission acquired the 93% stock interest in the Dollar Line held by the Dollar family. As payment, the U.S. Maritime Commission assumed all debts and personal obligations of the Dollar family in the line, began to pay off the debts and to rebuild the deteriorated Dollar fleet. Based on this arrangement and a large loan from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, the revitalized company, renamed American President Lines (APL), played a significant part in the war effort of the U.S. merchant marine during World War II. The end of the war coincided with the repayment of the old Dollar Line's last creditors and with the initiation of the Dollar Line Case, a lawsuit brought by the Dollar family in an attempt to force the government to return the now profitable company to Dollar control. The litigation dragged on until 1952, when the government sold its stock in APL, keeping half of the proceeds and giving the other half to the Dollar family.
APL returned to private ownership under APL Associates, a group of venture capitalists headed by Ralph K. Davies, a former executive of Standard Oil of California. Davies had been acquiring blocks of APL stock since 1944, and helped influence the 1947 appointment of former Democratic National Committee treasurer George Killion as APL president. The two men shaped the company's direction for nearly thirty years. Killion left APL in 1966, and Davies was a major figure in the APL organization until his death in 1971. APL Associates was originally formed as a holding company but was converted to a public corporation through its 1956 merger with the Natomas Company, a mining organization. Natomas was APL's parent company until 1983, and many of APL's chief executives were selected from the Natomas ranks.
In 1947, when George Killion became president of APL, the company built its two flagships of the postwar era: the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND (II) and PRESIDENT WILSON (II). These P2 type vessels, each capable of carrying 550 passengers and some 194,000 cubic feet of cargo, figured prominently in the company's promotions and corporate image. They are probably the best-documented vessels in the current APL collection. Both vessels were retired within six months of each other:
"The PRESIDENT CLEVELAND reached her statutory retirement age late in 1972, and the PRESIDENT WILSON completed her last voyage, a round-the-world cruise, in April 1973. This brought to an end the trans-Pacific passenger ship service that had been carried on by the American President Lines and its predecessors without interruption except during World War I and World War II since 1867." [3]
Other issues figured prominently in APL's story during its first few decades. American Mail Line (AML), the Dollar subsidiary with the first ships named for American presidents, had suspended operations in June 1938 and gone into bankruptcy proceedings. Tobacco magnate Richard J. Reynolds bought the Dollars' AML stock and invested additional funds to rebuild the company. Reynolds sold his controlling share of the AML stock in 1951. In 1954 it was acquired by Ralph K. Davies. There were internal and legal challenges to a merger of AML and APL, and the two companies were not truly consolidated until 1973, when APL absorbed AML and the latter company officially ceased to exist.
The postwar era also saw much activity in APL's vessel replacement program. The first and most notable new vessel class was the Mariner, designed by the U.S. Maritime Commission as the successor to the Victory and C3 class vessels. After 1950, the Maritime Administration (MARAD) administered the construction program. Of twenty-nine Mariners MARAD sold to U.S. firms, eight were APL ships. The Mariners were the biggest freighters in existence during the 1950s. APL modified the design to create the Master Mariner class--three Master Mariners were built in 1965-1966--and also used the Mariner design as the basis for their five Seamaster vessels built in 1967-1968. APL's Seamasters were converted to full containerships in 1972.
For APL the 1950s were a period of expansive plans that didn't always come to fruition. An atomic-powered ship was contemplated but never built. In 1958, APL planned to construct the PRESIDENT WASHINGTON, a gigantic transpacific liner that would carry 1,450 passengers. It would have been the fourth largest liner built in the United States and the largest operating from the West Coast. Despite meticulous planning and intensive lobbying efforts, the company was unable to obtain a special appropriation from Congress for the ship's construction differential subsidy, and the PRESIDENT WASHINGTON was never built. The name was used in 1983 for a C9 containership.
Containerization was the major development with which the company coped in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. APL had considered containerization since the mid-1950s. The idea of containerization had its roots in the wartime expedient of shipping mixed cargoes in palletized boxes, instead of traditional bulk form. In 1956, APL executives in the operations and freight departments proposed a containerization plan to Ralph Davies, but the plan was overshadowed by the ill-fated PRESIDENT WASHINGTON project. Following Sea-Land's 1957 introduction of commercial container service, APL set up a containerization group in its Operations Department. This group's round-the-world fact-finding trip was an important step in APL's transition to container cargo operations. The 1961 development of the Searacer class vessels was another tentative step in the transition:
"Some hatches of the Searacers were fitted out for containers, others conformed to traditional methods of stowage and off-loading. It was a costly error to attempt a compromise design when it was clear that the industry was in a state of such uncertainty. The Searacers, named the PRESIDENT LINCOLN (II) and the PRESIDENT TYLER (III), never operated efficiently. Two systems of freight carriage that were not compatible existed side by side on one vessel. They simply got in the other's way, slowing down rather than speeding up the loading and unloading process." [4]
Another interim technology related to containerization was the LASH (lighter aboard ship) concept. Three such vessels--the C8s PRESIDENT GRANT (V), PRESIDENT HOOVER (III) and PRESIDENT TYLER (IV)--were built for the company in 1971 and 1972. APL management was split on the need for these vessels. Ralph Davies was committed to the fading passenger service, while others were interested in moving toward full containerization. The controversy led in 1968 to the resignation of Raymond W. Ickes, who had succeeded George Killion as president of APL.
If APL did not lead the container revolution, it made other innovations that affected not only its own survival but the direction of the industry as a whole. In the 1970s, APL quickly adopted intermodalism, the movement of containers using mixed forms of transportation (ships, trucks, and railcars). Intermodalism had become a standard element in container service with Seatrain's 1971 introduction of the "landbridge" concept--transcontinental shipping of containers via rail using specially chartered flatcars, with the cargo remaining the responsibility of one company for the entire trip. By 1984, APL had begun piling containers two high on its flatcars, an important refinement called "double stacking" that signaled a shift in the company's market niche from a strictly maritime base to a container base.
Dramatic changes came in the early 1970s. The company suspended ocean liner passenger service in 1973 and accelerated the trend to containerization. It placed three new Pacesetter containerships in service and took final delivery on three converted Master Mariner ships with increased container capacity. In 1973, round-the-world break bulk service was suspended and replaced by full container service to Southeast Asia, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. A fourth Pacesetter containership entered service in 1974, bringing the fleet to 15 full containerships and five container/break bulk ships. In 1973 APL also moved its home port/terminal from San Francisco to Oakland. Corporate headquarters remained in San Francisco until 1976, when executive offices at 1950 Franklin Street in Oakland became the company's headquarters. In 1976, because of increased activity in intermodal shipments by the landbridge concept, APL discontinued its Atlantic/Straits service (New York to the Philippines via the Panama Canal.) It moved the five ships thus freed up to serve in transpacific operations. "Although APL prematurely rushed to claim that the all-water route across the Panama Canal was obsolete, there was no doubt that double-stacked trains had tremendously changed the nature of ocean transportation and affected the railroads as well." [5]
In the late 1970s APL intensified its focus on Pacific Basin business. In 1977, with "feeder" operations and changes in cargo flows shifting importance toward its transpacific routes, APL finally suspended its round-the-world services and redeployed all its vessels to the Pacific market. In the same year, Natomas executive W. Bruce Seaton began a fifteen-year tenure as president of APL. Seaton instituted cost-cutting measures in the ocean transportation segment of the business, cutting back some routes and building the larger, more economical C9 containerships. Acknowledging the importance of the land-based areas of the container business, Seaton also presided over the creation of two subsidiaries (American President Intermodal Company, Ltd. and American President Domestic Transportation Company, Ltd.) to operate and manage these important segments of APL's business. Another significant development during this period was the company's computer network, which continues to affect safety, operating efficiency, traffic, customs clearance, container yard and terminal control, equipment tracking, preplanning and a variety of other logistical issues.
In 1983, as a result of the hostile takeover of Natomas Company by Diamond Shamrock Corporation, APL was spun off and established as American President Companies, Ltd. (APC), an independent company and the only U.S. steamship company with shares publicly traded in the stock market. Following the spin-off, APC took measures to avoid the ever-present threat of a hostile takeover, first under the stewardship of Bruce Seaton and, from January 1992, under Seaton's successor John M. Lillie. These measures included unifying operations, refocusing marketing emphases, and considerable management restructuring in all phases of the business. The most notable initiative taken among APL's maritime operations during Lillie's tenure was a major vessel construction program that upgraded the fleet to include five new C11 class containerships.
Restructuring, which continued after John Lillie's resignation in October 1995, revealed changes in the company's direction. The naming of two longtime executives as President/Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board--28-year veteran Timothy J. Rhein and Joji Hayashi (an APL employee since 1964), respectively--indicated a decentralization of the management structure. This approach carried over into the company's world view of its markets. APC refined its corporate mission to give all transport modes equal status:
"American President Companies, Ltd. provides container transportation and related services in Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East through an intermodal system combining ocean, rail and truck transportation.... Our vision is to be one of the very best containerized surface transportation companies in the world." [6]
Under Rhein's and Hayashi's executive direction, cost reducing measures at all levels marked the company's reorganization efforts. APC restructured operations and management along twelve market lines that recognized the primacy of routes between North America and Asia. Another major development begun in 1995 was APC's formation of strategic alliances with competitors like Orient Overseas Container Line, Mitsui OSK Lines, Ltd., Matson Navigation Company, Inc., Nedlloyd Lines B.V. and Malaysian International Shipping Corporation BHD. Soon after, in early 1996 the company announced its intention to stop using Bay Area ports, citing economic factors. The APL eagle has not completely disappeared from San Francisco Bay; APL containers continue to be a worldwide presence on the vessels of many other shipping lines.
On April 13, 1997, the company announced the proposed sale of American President Lines to Singapore's Neptune Orient Lines for $825 million in cash. As in the spin-off from Diamond Shamrock, the company retained its separate corporate name and its Oakland headquarter offices. In announcing the epochal deal, President and CEO Timothy Rhein continued to look forward: "The future of the shipping industry belongs to those who have a global vision, and the strategy and critical mass to realize that vision." [7]
But for the most telling aspect of APC's reorganization prior to the Neptune Orient merger, one must look to the launching of the company's fifth C11 in January 1996. Like her four sister ships, the APL PHILIPPINES was built overseas for reasons of cost-effectiveness and overall convenience (two of the C11s were built in Germany, three in Korea). Significantly, because of this foreign construction, none of these ships was christened with the name of a U.S. president. Thus, as American President Lines entered the 21st century--and its sixtieth year of continuous operation--it reasserted the significance of its transpacific routes but abandoned the tradition of American president ship names, simultaneously strengthening and relinquishing its ties with the past.

Endnotes

  • 1. Rene de la Pedraja, A Historical Dictionary of the U.S. Merchant Marine and Shipping Industry (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994), 178.
  • 2.Formerly known as the Admiral Oriental Mail Line, AML was formed out of the 1922 merger of the Admiral Line with Dollar. The first five "President" ships were 535s operated by AML.
  • 3. John Niven, The American President Lines and its Forebears 1848-1984 (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1987), 239.
  • 4. Niven, 211.
  • 5. de la Pedraja, 44.
  • 6. American President Companies, "Vision Statement" (http://www.apl.com/acrobat/ANNLREPT/vision.pdf, June 1996).
  • 7. Kenneth Howe, "Shipping Giant APL Being Sold Overseas," San Francisco Chronicle, 14 April 1997, A1, A11.

Scope and Content Note

Collection Summary: Approximately 575 linear feet including folders of textual materials, ledgers and logbooks, oversize folders of textual or graphic material, scrapbooks, photographic prints in standard and oversize formats, negatives, transparencies, motion picture film, audiotape and objects. The collection is comprised of two large acquisitions. The first portion, accessioned in 1983 and processed in 1987, consists of approximately 308 linear feet of logbooks and other corporate documents (bulk 1927-1943). The second portion (bulk 1938-1988), with which this finding aid is primarily concerned, was transferred from American President Lines (APL) to the San Francisco Maritime NHP Historic Documents Department in February 1995.
Scope: These records document operations, administration, promotion, and corporate history of American President Lines and some of its subsidiaries. Also included are some original documents created by its predecessor companies--Dollar Line and Pacific Mail Steamship Company (PMSS)--and subject files of information about them compiled by the APL Archives.

Organization

Materials in the 1995 accession have been organized into three collections: textual records and marine architectural drawings, visual materials, and artifacts. Although a number of images remain interfiled with the textual records (particularly in the company and ship subject files in boxes 292-315), the bulk of the photographs have been placed in photograph collection P96-007. Container lists for both collections should be consulted to locate all photographs. Photographs in the textual records have not been cross-referenced with photographs in P96-007. The first two collections were organized into eleven subgroups with separate series. The series arrangement follows as closely as possible the original order created by the succession of repositories within APL eventually consolidated as the APL Historical Archives by the APL Archives. The series of logbooks received in 1983 were integrated into the subgroup of operating records.

HDC 279. Textual and Marine Architectural Drawings, 1906-1995.

  • I. Operating Records, 1924-1981, 334.7 linear feet.
  • II. Corporate Publications, 1906-1995, 12.68 linear feet.
  • III. Subject Files, 1909-1988, 26.32 linear feet.
  • IV. Department Files, 1922-1988, 37.38 linear feet.
  • V. American Mail Line, 1927-1976, 1.36 linear feet.
  • VI. Niven Files, 1982-1984, 3.3 linear feet.
  • VII. Marine Architectural Drawings, 1906-1958, 85.21 linear feet.

P96-007. Photographs, Motion Pictures, and Videorecordings, c.1930-c.1980.

  • I. Alfred T. Palmer Collection, c.1930-c.1965, 44.14 linear feet.
  • II. Non-Palmer Images, c.1956-c.1980, 15.96 linear feet.
  • III. Bowen Scrapbooks, 1972-1988, 0.66 linear feet.
  • IV. Audiovisual Materials, c.1950-c.1980, 85 motion picture reels (approximately 69,595 feet) plus 41 videocassettes and one audiotape.

SAFR-891. Objects, 1922-1988.

  • I. Objects, 1922-1988, 1016 items.

Collection and Series Description

 

HDC 279. American President Lines Textual Records and Marine Architectural Drawings, 1906-1995.

Scope and Content Note

HDC 279 contains the bulk of the records, consisting of a wide variety of materials such as logbooks, publications, office files, publicity materials, photographs, and marine architectural drawings. Materials described are in the 1995 accession unless otherwise noted.
 

I. Operating Records, 1924-1981.

Physical Description: 334.7 linear feet.
 

I.1 Logbooks of Dollar and APL Vessels, 1925-1944.

Physical Description: 305.6 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by ship name, thereunder by log type, thereunder chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Deck logs, port logs, engineer's logs, War Shipping Administration bridge logs, and chief officer's logs for Dollar and APL ships. Most of the early President ships are represented, plus a good number of the Dollar-named vessels. This series was part of the 1983 accession. Inventory lists (by vessel name and by container number) were created during the 1987 processing.
 

I.2 Miscellaneous Dollar and APL Operating Records, 1924-1935, 1940-1944.

Physical Description: 2.74 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Repair records, Maritime War Emergency Board Bulletins, allowance list, contract trial data for wartime charter vessels, Engineering Department orders, and miscellaneous documents dated 1930 and 1935. This series was part of the 1983 accession.
 

I.3 Dollar Form 149 (Bill of Lading), 1924.

Physical Description: .025 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Eight items, carbon/pressure copies from multiple originals, probably the company's copies of bills of lading. The form notes that two copies were generated at time of shipping: "... the Agent of said STEAMER has signed two BILLS OF LADING, one of which Bills of Lading being accomplished the others to stand void. And the Shipper has also signed this Bill of Lading." These examples were collected by W. G. MacDonald of APL's Research and Development Department.
 

I.4 Dollar Form GPD17 ("Summary of Passenger Waybill"), 1924-1936.

Physical Description: 1.5 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, thereunder by vessel name and voyage number.

Scope and Content Note

Dollar created this two-sided spreadsheet form to document revenues generated by taking on passengers at specific points of specific voyages, and to compare this with data for the same or a comparable voyage one year earlier. Information noted includes sailing date; port of embarkation; number, class and destinations of passengers taken aboard; revenue generated and agency responsible for bringing passengers to Dollar. Data on this form has as much to do with corporate marketing as with administration of Dollar's round-the-world route. Form GPD17 reflects the dual nature of the General Passenger Department, at that time responsible for marketing as well as administration of passenger service.
 

I.5 Passengers/Revenue Recap Reports, 1924-1947.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged by subject, thereunder chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Recapitulations of data in form GPD17, found in binders labeled by service (Round-the-world, transpacific, etc.) and by subject (ports, ships). This form summarizes the information in form GPD17: passengers/revenues embarked, and where these were generated. Because of the recapitulatory format, it is probable that these forms were distributed to and used by a variety of officers, for the purposes of planning and decision-making in the areas of scheduling, deployment of vessels, sales/marketing, promotions, administration and vendor relations.
 

I.6 General Instructions Passenger Traffic Binders, 1947-1966.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Contents of four binders, arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

"General Instructions" was the basic operations document for vessels at sea, covering in detail nearly every phase of the company's passenger services, policies and procedures. These instructions were kept aboard ship in three-ring binders, with revisions issued by the General Passenger Department at frequent intervals. Two of the four binders represented here are marked with the ship names PRESIDENT WILSON and PRESIDENT TYLER.
 

I.7 Harbor Logbooks, 1936-1971.

Physical Description: 4.62 linear feet.

Arrangement

Thirty-six volumes, arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Volumes contain data on traffic (arrivals, departures, dates, times, terminal facility/pier number occupied, next port destination) and ship activity compiled by managers of APL's San Francisco terminal. Include occasional notes regarding specific labor and wartime events.
 

I.8 Dollar/APL Ledgers, 1929-1971.

Physical Description: 18.31 linear feet.

Arrangement

Fourteen volumes, arranged in roughly chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Ledgers of various dimensions and formats, mostly from the late Dollar-early APL period of the 1930s-early 1940s. There is no information about the creation, retention, or use of these ledgers. The last three ledgers are especially confusing. At least one item, "Dollar Steamship Lines Inc., Ltd. Sterling Account Ledger," documents transactions involving overseas offices, and is recorded in pounds sterling. The first ledger has accounts relative to the 1929-1931 construction of the PRESIDENT HOOVER and PRESIDENT COOLIDGE as well as to the 1932 improvements to the "white waiter crews quarters" of seven President ships. Some of the Transfer Ledgers include such diverse information as pier rental and dock expenses in New York, advertising agency fees in San Francisco, fuel oil in Manila and lifeboats in Shanghai.
 

I.9 Miscellaneous Forms, 1960s-1980s.

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by form type.

Scope and Content Note

Examples of note paper, supply forms, and an AML bell book.
 

I.10 Manuals, Directories, Organizational Charts, 1930-1981.

Physical Description: 0.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by first issue date.

Scope and Content Note

Dollar instructions to staff/crew ("General Circular," "General Orders"), APL industrial relations manuals, organizational charts, management guide, procedural documents, listings of offices, agents and terminals. Some manuals were periodically revised and individual page revisions distributed. Most items appear to have been distributed for use by both management and rank and file employees, and cover operational as well as policy issues. For an outsider's description and assessment of the Dollar organization shortly before its reorganization into American President Lines, see also the "Organization Survey Report" that appears in the Dollar subject files.
 

II. Corporate Publications, 1906-1995.

Physical Description: 12.68 linear feet.
 

II.1 Consumer Brochures, 1925-1988.

Physical Description: 1.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Brochures and pamphlets produced by APL, its predecessor companies, and its subsidiaries. Most promote passenger services and related products. Other promotional items distributed to consumers include election handbooks with information on American presidents and past elections, guidebooks on specific ports, information on corporate art, and information on the U.S. space program. Consumer brochures were available through travel agencies or distributed directly at APL offices or events. An oversize publication, American President Lines South Asia, is located in oversize box #422.
 

II.2 Deck Plan Brochures, 1922-1970s.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Consumers, travel agents, and company sales staff used deck plans to plan and select accommodations aboard specific vessels. Other departments used them to assess and project requirements for new construction projects. Some examples highlight accommodations aboard new vessels and appear to have been prepared for consumers or members of the travel trade who visited the new vessels.
 

II.3 Trade Brochures, 1917-1980s.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Travel trade-oriented brochures, pamphlets and mailings produced by APL, its predecessor companies, and subsidiaries. These were distributed directly to travel agencies, often via mass mailings. Items distributed in this manner were called "stuffers". Trade-oriented brochures were important links in communication between APL and the agencies that generated bookings and special co-operative programs, services, and promotions. Changes in service or traffic were usually accompanied by special mailings to the travel trade. Perhaps more than any other corporate publication, trade brochures reflect important trends in how the company marketed its products. From an emphasis on luxury and exotic destinations in the early days, through the focus on value and co-operative and packaged services in the 50s and 60s, to the eventual decline of passenger services in the 1970s, the company's positioning and evolving direction is evident in these documents.
 

4. Schedules/Fare Brochures/Tariffs, 1906-1989.

Physical Description: 2.8 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged by company, thereunder by document type, thereunder by route, thereunder by date.

Scope and Content Note

These publications were the basic form for describing schedules and costs of services, and for informing both consumers and the travel trade about changes in services. They are useful for tracking specific voyages. The Dollar Line paid close attention to detail and accuracy in its schedules; APL carried over this trait from the Dollar operation. PMSS documents date from 1906 to 1925. Documents from the Admiral Line, an AML predecessor, date from 1921 to 1932. Dollar documents date from 1920 to 1938. AML items date from 1926 to 1977. Many of these were jointly issued with Dollar or APL items. APL documents exhibit the broadest date range (1938-1989) and the widest variety, including passenger, cargo, and cargo liner schedules and fare brochures. Folder #42, approximately thirty larger format Dollar Schedules for Dollar-named ships, may be found in oversize box #422.
 

II.5 Passenger Forms, 1909-1986.

Physical Description: 3.33 linear feet.
 

II.5.1 Onboard Publications, 1909-1980s.

Physical Description: 1.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Brochures, pamphlets, folders, tickets, baggage tags, passenger lists, invitations, announcements, certificates, envelopes, postcards, price lists, agendas, notices, program listings, instructions, place cards, and other items documenting the experience of passengers aboard APL ships.
 

II.5.2 Menus, 1928-1986.

Physical Description: 2.0 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Printed menus and jackets or forms into which daily menus were printed or inserted. These items often contain not only information on the food service aboard Dollar and APL ships, but also the ship's position for the day. In these menus may also be seen a reflection of changes in corporate image; both companies were very careful about commissioning and selecting the artwork for their onboard menus. Much of the original artwork for these menus has become part of APL's corporate art collection. Some groups of menus have been bound into souvenir packets.
 

II.6 APL Periodicals, 1940-1995.

Physical Description: 1.0 linear foot.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Newsletters, house organs, and magazines produced by APL and distributed to employees, the travel trade, and the general public. The publications in Series 6 through 13 in the Corporate Publications subgroup are more about the organization than of the organization. The magazines in this series present the image that APL wanted to communicate to its employees as well as to the general public. Documents published during George Killion's presidency (1947-1966), which was an era of uncertainty regarding political, labor and subsidy issues) are interesting for the persuasiveness with which Killion addressed APL employees regarding political and labor issues affecting the company. House organs from the 1970s onward are notable for their demonstration of the rise of the corporate communications approach to public information and investor relations, and an increasing incorporation of promotional imagery.
 

II.7 APL Calendars, 1986 and 1988.

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Two desk diaries (1986 and 1988) and one desktop calendar (1988). Illustrations consist of glossy reproductions of images used in corporate print advertising.
 

II.8 AML Periodicals, 1962-1972.

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

A nearly complete run of the AML Newsletter, lacking numbers 12 and 20. Although AML was a subsidiary company of long standing, its relative autonomy is evident in this publication.
 

II.9 Natomas Company Periodicals, 1980-1983.

Physical Description: 0.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

The final issue of Natomas Now and the 1980-1983 run of its successor publication Natomas Company Magazine ("a monthly publication for employees, retired employees and friends of Natomas Company and its subsidiary organizations ... incorporat[ing] the former APL Log"), plus a 1982 example of Natomas Press Report and a 1982-1983 run of Dateline. These publications cover the period immediately preceding the 1983 Diamond Shamrock takeover.
 

II.10 Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Annual Reports, 1871-1927.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied (1871-1901, 1914, 1916, 1925-1927) and original published copies (1902-1915, 1917-1924) of PMSS annual reports. Two bound compilations of annual reports include one volume dated 1902-1913 and another volume dated, 1902-1914, stamped with the name of J. Kruttschnitt, member of the Board of Directors.
 

II.11 American President Lines Annual Reports, 1938-1987.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

A complete set of APL annual reports for the years 1938-1987, Form 10-K filings 1983-1985, and corporate profile publications for 1983 and 1987.
 

II.12 American Mail Line Annual Reports, 1945-1972.

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

A nearly complete run of AML annual reports for the years 1945-1972. 1948 and 1951 are missing; 1971 is a photocopy of the Consolidated Financial Statement only.
 

II.13 Natomas Company Annual Reports, 1950-1983.

Physical Description: 0.5 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

A complete set of Natomas Company annual reports 1950-1983, some quarterly reports 1974 and 1981-1982, a corporate profile on APL produced by Natomas, and a 1983 joint proxy statement/prospectus issued by Natomas and Diamond Shamrock. Also included is the 1956 letter to Natomas shareholders describing the acquisition of APL through the merger of Natomas and Ralph K. Davies' APL Associates.
 

III. Subject Files, circa 1930-1988.

Physical Description: 26.32 linear feet.
 

III.1 Pacific Mail Steamship Company Subject Files, circa 1950-1988.

Physical Description: 0.75 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files about the company and its vessels, compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff, containing photocopied documents, reprinted and photocopied articles, photocopied clippings, photoreproduced images, and notes concerning Pacific Mail Steamship Company and its ships. Folder 1 includes five original stereographic images. Folder 28 includes some photocopied material on Pacific Coast Steamship Company from the collection of Allan Yost.
 

III.2 Dollar Line Subject Files, circa 1930-1988.

Physical Description: 0.45 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files about the company and its vessels, compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain documents (mostly photocopies, but some carbon copies), photocopied and original clippings, photographs, and other materials concerning the Dollar Line and its ships. Folder 5 contains material about the Dollar litigation reflecting the points of view of both the Dollar Company and APL, Ltd. The "Organization Survey Report dated September 12, 1938, in Folder 7 is a detailed description of the Dollar organization just before its federally ordered reorganization as American President Lines. In addition to organizational charts, administrative analyses, route maps, and statistics on revenue and payroll activities, the report contains candid discussions of operations, personnel conditions, and interdepartmental tensions. This report, created by an unidentified agency, has been placed here and not in the "Organizational charts" series because of its outside provenance.
 

III.3 General Agency Ships Subject Files, circa 1944-1988.

Physical Description: 0.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning vessels operated by APL under contract with the United States Maritime Commission, National Shipping Authority or other government entities, compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, notes, correspondence, and clippings.
 

III.4 American Mail Line Subject Files, circa 1960-1988.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files about the company and its vessels compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, photocopied reports, notes, correspondence and other materials.
 

III.5 American Mail Line Clippings Binders, 1961-1971.

Physical Description: 4.62 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by binder number.

Scope and Content Note

Original and photocopied clippings and reprints compiled by Merry & Calvo, AML's Seattle public relations agency and mounted in twenty-seven binders. Most are original clippings, but there are also a number of photocopies in varying states of legibility. The first two binders are devoted to 1961-1962 news coverage of the SS WASHINGTON MAIL, while the remaining binders deal with AML operations, personnel, vessels and facilities.
 

III.6 American President Lines Subject Files, 1938-1988.

Physical Description: 2.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning the company's activities, history, offices, vessel types, events, and related subjects compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, article reprints, publications, tearsheets, speeches and other materials. APL Archives staff created series for "APL Subjects," "General Subjects," "Captains/prominent crew members," "Executives," and "Presidents." Series distinctions among these subject files have been maintained as found, but contents overlap among these series, particularly between the "APL Subjects" and "General Subjects" series. Users are advised to look in both series.
 

III.7 President Ships Subject Files, 1938-1988.

Physical Description: 6.6 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning vessels named for American presidents, compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, article reprints, publications, tearsheets, data, memorabilia and other materials. This series may be considered the core group of the subject files. Contents of these files range from extensive files on PRESIDENT CLEVELAND (II), first and second PRESIDENT HOOVERS, and PRESIDENT WILSON (II) to thin files on PRESIDENT POLK (IV) and PRESIDENT TYLER (II).
 

III.8 General Subject Files, circa 1950-1988.

Physical Description: 1.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning subjects related to APL interests or activities compiled by W. G. MacDonald, Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, brochures, correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, article reprints, publications, and other materials.
 

III.9 Captains and Other Prominent Crew Members Subject Files, circa 1955-1988.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by surname.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning APL personnel with the title of Captain, Chief Steward, Chef, Doctor, Chief Mate, Chief Engineer, and Chief Officer compiled by Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, biographical data, press releases and other materials.
 

III.10 Executives Subject Files, 1938-1988.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by surname.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning APL executives and board members compiled by Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, biographical data, press releases, and other materials. The file on Ralph K. Davies includes items about his wife, Louise M. Davies.
 

III.11 Presidents Subject Files, circa 1955-1988.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by surname.

Scope and Content Note

Reference files concerning American presidents compiled by Pam Petersen, Colette Carey, and other APL staff. Files contain photographs, biographical data, press releases, publications, and other materials. These files were evidently used in the creation of shipboard displays and public relations materials.
 

III.12 Clippings Files, 1909-1988.

Physical Description: 6.94 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Original and photocopied clippings and reprints. Some ranges of folders contain materials on specific topics (new vessels, European clippings) or kept by specific persons (Folder 10: Ralph Davies' clipping files 1955-1961. Earlier clippings are mounted; later clippings, compiled by clipping services, are loose. Four oversize binders--two from 1954-1955; PRESIDENT JACKSON [IV] maiden voyage 1955-1956; PRESIDENT HOOVER [II] maiden voyage 1957--are located in oversize box #423.
 

IV. Department Files, 1922-1988.

Physical Description: 20.72 linear feet.
 

IV.1 Executive Department Files, 1938-1940, 1952-1956, 1977.

Physical Description: 2.91 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Lists, memoranda, correspondence, telegrams, clippings and other documents created or compiled by the Executive Departments of APL Ltd., APL Associates, and Natomas Company. These documents were created by the Executive Departments of three important eras in APL's history. The first group, from APL, Ltd., reflects the transition from Dollar to APL; the second group documents the era of Ralph K. Davies and APL Associates; the third group reflects the first deliberations of the Natomas Company regarding the possible sale of APL. A few additional items, found in oversize file D1.4.3, are ceremonial items presented to Ralph K. Davies/George Killion in 1960 and to W. Bruce Seaton in the 1980s.
 

IV.2 Finance Division Files, 1972.

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet.

Arrangement

One item.

Scope and Content Note

Financial planning document for FY1973-1974, created by the Finance Division and used to plan corporate direction and activities in the areas of ship conversion/replacement, marketing, fleet deployment, container requirements, terminal operations, ship operations, industrial relations, subsidy issues and financing.
 

IV.3 Freight Traffic Department Files, 1922, 1965-1966.

Physical Description: 0.15 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Two items. A spreadsheet comparison, 1922, of different vessel types in New York-Manila service created by department head M. J. Buckley compares such data as speed, days at sea, revenues, costs of operation and supplies, to Panama Canal tolls, wages, stores and supplies. As early as 1922, executives were planning expansion of the fleet and its services. The 1965-1966 items consist of memoranda and a clipping regarding reconsideration of APL's participation in U.S. bulk fleet activities.
 

IV.4 General Passenger Department (GPD) Advertising/Marketing Files, 1934-1986.

Physical Description: 0.58 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Ad slicks, tearsheets, space recaps, presentation for travel agents. These materials reflect GPD's role as in-house advertising agency. The Lord & Thomas agency functioned primarily as a media buying service for Dollar, although it did some creative assignments. Later GPD operated more as a marketing entity to the travel trade. Approximately sixty oversize items--ad slicks, presentation boards, mechanicals/composites, brochures, etc. mostly from 1968 1969--are located in oversize box #424, and an additional thirteen larger items from the same period are located in oversize folder D1.4.4.
 

IV.5 General Passenger Department Brochure Production Files, 1949, 1951-1968, 1971.

Physical Description: 1.0 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in reverse chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Memoranda, sample brochures, forms, drafts, and notes relating to production and revision of brochures. Some files (folder 24, folder 25) deal with multilingual versions of brochures. These files were found in reverse chronological order, coinciding with descending brochure numbers. There are gaps in the sequence.
 

IV.6 General Passenger Department Public Relations Files, 1931-1988.

Physical Description: 5.91 linear feet total.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by subseries.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of three subseries: Chicago Office Scrapbooks, Eugene F. Hoffman Files and Press Releases.
 

IV.6.1 Chicago Office Scrapbooks, 1931-1941.

Physical Description: 2.58 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in loosely chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Two scrapbooks created by longtime Chicago Sales Manager Leo A. Matthews: "Letters-New Literature-News Items-Publicity" 1931-1932, and "Newspaper Tearsheets" 1937-1941 contain clippings, mailings, promotional materials, and correspondence documenting APL Chicago office sales and promotion activities. Most of the promotional items displayed were created by the Chicago office, so these materials are a valuable source of locally-produced promotional material; they also provide a glimpse of newsworthy events affecting APL Chicago sales operations.
 

IV.6.2 Eugene F. Hoffman Files, 1933-1960.

Physical Description: 1.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Interim and final drafts of speeches, feature articles, brochures, correspondence, memoranda, notes, some subject materials. As head of public relations for Dollar and then APL, Hoffman bore primary responsibility for shaping the company's public image, articulating its corporate mission, and disseminating its needs and intentions to stockholders, investors, and decision-makers in government and the media. The finished products--speeches, brochures, feature articles--demonstrate Hoffman's role in these areas, but some of the peripheral items--cover notes, draft revisions, etc.--give some insight into how he fulfilled those duties and, more importantly, what he thought about his own work.
 

IV.6.3 Press Releases, 1948-1988.

Physical Description: 2.0 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Mostly as-distributed copies of press releases and announcements; some draft or multiple-market versions. Several ranges are from binders kept by specific executives. Later files (1973-1988) include announcements distributed internally and usually released to the media with minimal revisions. Overall arrangement is chronological, but some ranges are reverse chronological. Along with advertising and corporate communications, press releases may be considered the primary product of the Passenger Department before its functions were reassigned to other departments and outside agencies. Considered in a linear fashion, the press releases provide a historical continuum of what the company considered its most notable activities and the events affecting those activities.
 

IV.7 Office Services Department. Archives, 1966-1988.

Physical Description: 2.1 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

The APL Archives was part of the Office Services Department.
 

IV.7.1 Requests, 1966-1988.

Physical Description: 1.6 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by patron name.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, notes, images, clippings, and other documentation of reference transactions handled by the APL Archives, which was part of the Office Services Department. Items in this series show how the company's historical collections were used, and illuminate source relationships with APL veterans, collectors and researchers.
 

IV.7.2 "We Were There" Exhibit, 1985.

Physical Description: 0.5 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order as found.

Scope and Content Note

Planning documents, notes, sketches, memoranda, photographs, forms, publicity materials, clippings, and memorabilia documenting APL's role in an exhibit commemorating the 40th anniversary of the end of World War II. These files were created by Colette Carey, Office Services Department.
 

IV.8 Office Services Corporate Art Collection Administrative and Documentation Files, 1976-1988.

Physical Description: [9.46 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subseries title.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of four subseries: Corporate Art Collection Documentation Files, Selection Books, Ship Models Administration Files and Theme Board Files.
 

IV.8.1 Corporate Art Collection Documentation Files, 1976, 1980-1981, 1984, 1988.

Physical Description: 3.49 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order; transparencies arranged by item number.

Scope and Content Note

Case files on repair jobs, correspondence, memoranda, notes, forms, color transparencies, slides and photocopies of paintings, prints and objects from the corporate art collection. Oversize box #425 contains original art and oversize prints of items from the corporate art collection, and oversize folder D1.4.5 contains a 1979 poster made from a color lithograph of the PMSS Co. ship CHINA. Transparencies and photocopies were found loose and in binders. Information on one of the original slide sheets indicates that the slides and transparencies were made by "Tom Tracy, 115 Sansome Street, Suite #812, San Francisco, CA 94104 (415) 340-9811." Created in 1980 as part of a company-wide inventory, the transparencies appear to have been made first, with the slides then duplicated from them. The transparencies were used by Dr. Joseph A. Baird, who appraised the art collection in 1981; Dr. Baird wrote descriptions and comments for each piece, but his report has not been found in this collection. Uses of the color photocopies are not known; they may have comprised the beginnings of a subject-based selection binder. Serial numbers found on transparencies and slides correspond to asset identification tags applied to individual pieces during the inventory.
 

IV.8.2 Selection Books, circa 1968-1988.

Physical Description: 2.0 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, transparencies, forms and photocopies found in binders. Titles found with some binders ("Selection of photographs for reproduction of laser canvas images used for office murals," "A selection of photographs from APL Archives," "Master APL color photo murals") indicate the function of these binders. Use of images as office decoration appears to have been distinct from the development of theme boards (see subseries 8.4).
 

IV.8.3 Ship Models Administrative Files, 1970-1988.

Physical Description: 0.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Lists, inventories, memoranda, photographs and other documentation of corporate ship models collection. Like paintings and other pieces from the corporate art collection, ship models were used for decoration or other exhibition within APL's offices. One of the responsibilities of the Office Services Department was to maintain the ship model collection and track the locations of ship models using a database that was periodically updated.
 

IV.8.4 Theme Board Files, 1979-1986.

Physical Description: 3.64 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Notes, memoranda, sketches and other items documenting the planning and creation of theme boards. These theme boards, a conceptual outgrowth of the onboard displays dealing with American presidents, were placed in lobbies, conference rooms and other common areas. Since materials used were held and administered by the Office Services department, responsibility for their creation fell under this department. Series includes seven 11"x14" black & white photographic prints assembled, according to notation on the reverse of three of the prints, for the July 1981 theme board titled "Shipbuilding and Launching Through the Years." Oversize prints are found in oversize box #425.
 

IV.9 Operating Department Files, 1926-1984.

Physical Description: [6.22 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by subseries

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of eight subseries: Circulars and Private Code, Voyage Cards, Operating Department Staff Meeting Minutes, Containerization Report, Engineering/Construction Files, Terminals Files, Personnel Files and Miscellaneous Operating Department Files.
 

IV.9.1 Circulars and Private Code, 1926-1941.

Physical Description: 0.10 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Two binders containing, respectively, department circulars 1926-1941 and "Private Code Second Supplement" apparently from 1941. These binders were evidently distributed to ships' crews and were used in the discharge of their duties. The circulars covered service standards; the code was apparently used in communications.
 

IV.9.2 Voyage Cards, circa 1940-circa 1969.

Physical Description: 2.5 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by ship name, therein by voyage number in reverse chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Two file boxes containing 5x7 index cards with data on movements during individual voyages of APL ships. It is not clear how these were used.
 

IV.9.3 Operating Department Staff Meeting Minutes, 1956-1965.

Physical Description: 0.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied minutes provided by Capt. T.C. Conwell, who was head of this department during this date range. Documents in this subseries reflect policy, planning and administration of company operations.
 

IV.9.4 Containerization Report, 1958-1959.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet.

Arrangement

One report.

Scope and Content Note

Report on 1958-1959 fact-finding trip to study readiness of ports on APL's round-the-world route to implement containerization. This report demonstrates APL's early interest in what ultimately became the single most important postwar development in merchant marine history. It's significant that, as early as 1958, APL was devoting staff time and energy to planning for change in cargo operations. Most of the report is given over to analyses of existing port conditions on round-the-world routes, but, as pointed out on page 2 of the report, the potential and feasibility of containerization in round-the-world service was made obvious to APL management.
 

IV.9.4.1 Album: 1967 Far East Container Survey, 1967.

Physical Description: 1.29 linear feet.

Arrangement

One album

Scope and Content Note

Photo album of 1967 Far East Container Survey trip dated 10/24/67-12/2/67. Album contains snapshots of APL and competitors' container terminals and operations in Yokohama, Shimizu, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Pusan, Inchon, Okinawa, Keelung, Kaohsiung, Taipei, Kowloon, Manila, Subic Bay. Principals on the trip: D. S. Holler (Manager, Terminal & Cargo Operations -Operating Department) and R. F. Fay (Manager, Military Traffic-Freight Traffic & Freight Department).
 

IV.9.5 Engineering/Construction Files, 1959-1966, 1981-1985.

Physical Description: 0.5 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically and by ship name.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, specifications, photographs and progress files relative to specific ship construction projects. These files document the Engineering Department's shepherding of various construction projects to conclusion. These are primarily specifications and construction progress files on Master Mariner vessels, constructed in the mid-late 1960s.
 

IV.9.6 Terminals Files.

Physical Description: 0.33 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by terminal location.

Scope and Content Note

Memoranda, presentations, clippings, photographs and slides of APL cargo terminals. General information on certain cargo terminals is available in these files. The files on the Oakland terminal document the Port of Oakland's pitch to APL which may have influenced the company's eventual decision to relocate its headquarters and home port from San Francisco to Oakland.
 

IV.9.7 Personnel Files, 1926, 1935, 1942-1943.

Physical Description: 1.0 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically (employment applications) and alphabetically (crew cards).

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, employment applications and crew cards. Applications and correspondence are fragmentary files of uncertain provenance; it is not known why these items were kept or what secondary uses they may have had. Crew cards are arranged in an index card file and labeled "Crew cards for Liberty & Victory ships & other ships operated by APL in World War II 1941-1945." Each crew card contains an individual's name, license number, position, ship assignment(s) and dates served.
 

IV.9.8 Miscellaneous Operating Department Files, 1922-1924, 1934, 1940.

Physical Description: 0.01 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Memoranda, reports, photograph, shipping document of Dollar and APL companies. Found among miscellaneous folded marine architectural drawings. 1922 and 1923 items are in regard to small vessels being considered for purchase by Dollar. 1924 item is carbon copy of Dollar form regarding refrigerated cargo. 1934 item is carbon copy of Dollar form Report of Personal Injuries or Illness. 1940 item is APL memorandum and mimeographed contract specifications regarding construction of models of C3 and P4P vessels.
 

IV.10 Passenger Traffic Department, 1945-1957.

Physical Description: [4.23 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by subseries.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of two subseries: "N-7. New Ships. V-2000" and J. M. Diggs "C-51" files re: vessel replacement. Other than the letter/number designations "N-7" and "C-51," there is no information on how these record groups were created or kept.
 

IV.10.1 "N-7. New Ships. V-2000", 1945-1955.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Scope and Content Note

Studies, reports, projections, analyses, specifications, correspondence, memoranda, cable and telex messages, notes and other records relative to planning and implementation of vessel replacement programs. Department executives whose activities and areas of responsibility are documented here include J. M. Diggs, Hugh Mackenzie and W. L. Johnstone. Expansion of passenger services was the prime intention of APL during the postwar years. Of the subjects treated in this subseries, most prominent is the development of three V-2000 class ships [PRESIDENT ADAMS [III], PRESIDENT HAYES [III], PRESIDENT JACKSON [III]], the immediate precursors to the important Mariner class vessels.
 

IV.10.2 J. M. Diggs "C-51" Files re: Vessel Conversion/Replacement, 1950-1958.

Physical Description: 3.57 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, data, spreadsheets and other records documenting vessel conversion/replacement plans and activities relative to the operation and sale of the ship LA GUARDIA in service to Hawaii, and later the consideration of operating charter troop ships, constructing an atomic-powered vessel, and the development of Mariner class ships. Oversize folder D1.4.1 includes seven large colored chalk drawings dated 1958 which were created for APL by Anshen & Allen, Architects; six depict proposed designs for the PRESIDENT WASHINGTON transpacific liner, and one shows a proposed redesign of the Veranda Lounge aboard the PRESIDENTS CLEVELAND and WILSON.
 

IV.11 Research & Development Department Files, 1946-1988.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Lists, data, reports created primarily by W. G. MacDonald. There are also two subseries: Agency Vessel Contract Reports and W. G. MacDonald Collection. This was not a typical research & development department, in that its primary product evidently consisted of research reports. Its primary function appears to have been the compilation and packaging of data and research, but its reports appear to have been carefully considered by decision-makers within the organization.
 

IV.11.1 Agency Vessel Contract Reports, 1946-1977.

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by fiscal year.

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed, carbon copy and photocopied reports showing activity and operational status of vessels operated by APL under contracts with U. S. Maritime Commission, later MARAD. These apparently were created by Finance Department, Accounting Section. Some later reports in the series evidently were created by W. G. MacDonald from voyage cards, copies of which are occasionally attached. While the primary use appears to have been accounting to the federal government, these copies were held by APL's Research & Development Department for their compilation of data.
 

IV.11.2 W. G. MacDonald Collection, 1940s-1988 [bulk 1940s-1960s and 1981-1984]

Physical Description: 0.25 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Notes, reports, memoranda, correspondence, clippings, photographs relating to W.G. MacDonald's collection of APL-related historical research and materials. For some forty years at APL, W. G. MacDonald, Assistant Manager of Passenger Traffic, collected historical materials--most notably ephemera--and compiled reports on a number of topics for the Research & Development Department. Mr. MacDonald had been retired for nearly twenty years when he sold his collection back to APL in 1983. Papers documenting this sale indicate that the company intended to maintain a separate W. G. MacDonald Collection, but the collection was quickly dispersed and reabsorbed into APL's historical collection, and a number of items were lost or removed from the collection altogether. Mr. MacDonald prepared inventories prior to selling his collection to APL (Folder 5, Subseries 11.2), but they do not reflect the collection as received from APL.
 

V. American Mail Line, 1927-1976.

Physical Description: 0.54 linear feet.
 

V.1 American Mail Line Documents, 1939-1943.

Physical Description: 0.54 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged roughly in reverse chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Telegrams, incoming and outgoing correspondence, board minutes, clippings, forms, notes, draft documents, and other items mostly relevant to AML's bankruptcy and reorganization during this period. This record series may have begun life as a chronological file created by AML management to document the company's reorganization, since a letter dated Oct. 4, 1940 from John Cormode notes, "... the company went through bankruptcy, was reorganized the early part of this year, and all the old records were destroyed." The documents reflect activities of Executive Assistant John Cormode, AML president Lawrence Calvert, General Manager A. R. Lintner (later president of the company) and attorney John Ambler. The files were found, nearly intact, among the four cartons of material provided by APL to John M. Niven and returned to the company in somewhat different condition following the creation of his book The American President Lines and its Forebears 1848-1984.
 

V.2 American Mail Line Department Files, 1927-1974.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by department name.

Scope and Content Note

Bulletins, circulars, supplements, correspondence, crew cards, prospectus, and fragments of minute books found loose among AML photographs, W. G. MacDonald collection and John Niven materials. Though only fragments, these files--particularly the pre-1940 items--afford a glimpse at the activities of AML departments.
 

V.3 R. C. Lawrence Event Files, 1959-1976.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Notes, planning documents, invitation lists, invoices, photographs, clippings, and other materials about promotional events assembled by R.C. Lawrence, AML District Manager in Portland, Oregon. These files give a good indication of AML's customers, vendors and other associates in the Portland area during this time, as well as the kinds of promotional events the company sanctioned.
 

VI. Niven Files, 1982-1984.

Physical Description: 3.3 linear feet.
 

VI.1 Research Files, 1982-1984.

Physical Description: 1.98 linear feet.

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Files used by John Niven in the preparation of the book The American President Lines and its Forebears 1848-1984 , and comprised primarily of photocopied materials from a variety of sources: Dollar materials from The Bancroft Library and AML materials from collector Allan Yost. Mr. Yost's reminiscences of his AML employment are also found. Original file folders containing notes and other information regarding their use have been kept. Dr. Niven's notes are found throughout this series, on the documents themselves and on yellow ruled paper. The last two folders contain a typed manuscript of the book, plus correspondence to and from Dr. Niven regarding the project.
 

VI.2 Oral History Transcripts and Audiocassette Tapes, 1982-1984.

Physical Description: 1.32 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by interview subject.

Scope and Content Note

Textual records are draft transcripts with corrections by Dr. Niven and, in some cases, by the subjects themselves. Audiocassette tapes are unedited recordings of the oral history interviews; they are found in box #364 (APL records center carton HIST-167), located in the Rare Vault, and are arranged alphabetically by subject in three trays labeled "A -G," "H -N," and "O -Z."
 

VII. Marine Architectural Drawings, 1906-1958.

Physical Description: 85.21 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

Folded marine architectural drawings depicting profiles, diagrams, arrangements, rigging, details, wiring and generic U.S. Maritime Commission (USMC) and Maritime Administration (MARAD) designs. Primarily blueprints and diazos, but also some offset copies. Except for the COOLIDGE/HOOVER marine architectural drawings and the "Miscellaneous" series, these marine architectural drawings document post-World War II cargo vessel designs or their precursors. This subgroup was part of the 1983 accession. These drawings, all copies mostly from shipyard sources, were evidently kept by an APL department, possibly an office of the Operations Department. The postwar drawings appear to have been used as reference copies for maintenance, and/or possibly for planning of new vessels. The COOLIDGE/HOOVER drawings and the miscellaneous drawings apparently were kept for their historical interest; the miscellaneous drawings were obtained from various sources, and some bear evidence of having been stored near machinery, possibly aboard a ship.
 

VII.1 PRESIDENT COOLIDGE/HOOVER Marine Architectural Drawings, 1929-1931.

Physical Description: 24.82 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

423 blueprint copies of drawings created by Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company's Engineering and Hull Departments. The original inventory accompanying these marine architectural drawings states that the COOLIDGE/HOOVER marine architectural drawings include some views of "3 inch gun mountings on Sun Deck," but were not found during processing.
 

VII.2 C3 Passenger/Cargo Vessels Marine Architectural Drawings, 1938-1939.

Physical Description: 1.46 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Twelve items; blueprint and diazo process copies of drawings created by the U. S. Maritime Commission or by Newport News Hull and Technical Departments. One drawing, "Lines for Mold Loft," dated 2/16/39, is a reduced photographic reproduction. Vessels depicted: PRESIDENT JACKSON [II], PRESIDENT MONROE [II], PRESIDENT HAYES [II], PRESIDENT GARFIELD [II], PRESIDENT ADAMS [II], PRESIDENT VAN BUREN [II], PRESIDENT POLK [II].
 

VII.3 P4P Vessels Marine Architectural Drawings, 1939-1940.

Physical Description: 1.46 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Twelve items; diazo process copies of generic U. S. Maritime Commission drawings for proposed vessels. None of these drawings specify APL ships.
 

VII.4 C1-B Cargo Vessels Marine Architectural Drawings, 1942-1943.

Physical Description: 7.3 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

119 items; diazo process copies of drawings created by Consolidated Steel Corporation Los Angeles Shipbuilding Division. Also bound group of mimeographed inventory receipts SS CAPE MENDOCINO. None of the vessels depicted in this series are APL ships; see container list for yard hull numbers and vessel names.
 

VII.5 C4 Mariners Marine Architectural Drawings, 1950-1952, 1958.

Physical Description: 46.72 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

548 items; blueprint and diazo process copies of drawings created by [in descending order of frequency] Newport News Ship Building & Dry Dock Company, Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel Corporation, Ingalls Ship Building Corporation, Sun Ship Building & Dry Dock Company, New York Ship Building Corporation, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Seaboard Machinery Corporation and Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Sales, Inc. There are also copies of generic designs created by or for the Maritime Administration. APL vessels depicted include CRACKER STATE MARINER [later PRESIDENT COOLIDGE [II]], PALMETTO MARINER [later PRESIDENT ADAMS [IV]], VOLUNTEER MARINER [later PRESIDENT JACKSON [IV]], OLD DOMINION MARINER [later PRESIDENT HAYES [IV]], HOOSIER MARINER [later PRESIDENT BUCHANAN [III]], HAWKEYE MARINER [later PRESIDENT TAYLOR [II]], PRESIDENT LINCOLN [II], PRESIDENT TYLER [III] and other ships; see container list for hull numbers and vessel names.
 

VII.6 Miscellaneous Marine Architectural Drawings and Other Documents, 1906-1934 and undated.

Physical Description: 3.45 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by size.

Scope and Content Note

Twenty items; blueprint, diazo and offset process copies of marine architectural drawings, equipment drawings, charts, building floor plans. Rehoused in flat file drawers B2.23-8, -9 and -10, and roll #377.
 

P96-007. American President Lines Photographs, Motion Pictures, and Videorecordings, c.1930-c.1980.

Arrangement

Scope and Content Note

Photographic negatives, prints, transparencies, motion picture films, and videotapes documenting Dollar, APL, and AML passenger and cargo services and fleets.
 

I. Alfred T. Palmer Photographs, circa 1930-c.1965.

Physical Description: 44.14 linear feet.
 

I.1 Alfred T. Palmer Negatives, bulk 1938-1955.

Physical Description: [12.07 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged into two format groups by size, and then roughly chronologically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 3,460 black & white negatives plus some contact prints, created for Dollar and APL between 1929 and the late 1960s by Alfred Palmer or his associates. Negatives are organized into two format groups by size: 3,365 4" x 5" negatives and 95 8" x 10" negatives. The small negatives are arranged by subject, roughly following the Palmer photographers' original numbering system to maintain the apparent original order within subject groups. Most of the Palmer images do not appear to have been cataloged under serial numbers until they were ordered or bought. Since different photographers appeared to have used different ranges of serial numbers at different times, it has been impossible to strictly adhere to this number/subject system. Chronological order within the seven basic subject groups has taken priority over numerical order, though it will be noted that most consecutive ranges of image numbers tend to be in ascending chronological order. Subject groups include cargo/engineering operations and facilities exterior shots of passenger vessels interior shots of passenger vessels/shipboard life images created in the course of special promotional shoots third class interiors/shipboard life miscellaneous images--including celebrity passengers destinations graphics & displays--company events personnel portraits .
Twenty-three items are identified as nitrate negatives, eight 4" x 5" and fifteen 8" x 10".
Some non-Palmer images are found in this subgroup, dated in the late 1960's, as Mr. Palmer withdrew from his status as APL's primary photographer. Several of the photographers who took over from Palmer were drawn from the ranks of his associates; foremost among these were Tom Vano and Henri van Wandelen.
Images have been rehoused where necessary, but the original negative sleeves often contain useful information regarding provenance, identification, or technical specifications. Many sleeves contain contact prints either inserted into the sleeve or mounted on the outside. Minimal notations on these sleeves usually include a date and the photographer's initials. Following is a list of photographers' initials identified during processing:
  • DB Don B________
  • KC Ken Chaney
  • TAD T______ A. D[ahlstrom?] (Ture A. Dahlstrom was in the Steward's Dept.)
  • ND Nik Drakulic
  • JD Jim Drum
  • Green Gabe Green
  • Ralph L. Houser
  • HHH Henry H. Huber (on-board photographer, PRESIDENT CLEVELAND)
  • VK V________ Kirby? Kronfeld?
  • CN Charles F. Niewenhous
  • EDP E________ D. Price?
  • AHP Alexa H. Palmer
  • ATP Alfred T. Palmer
  • RP or RLP Raymond L. Pound (initial citation rare; his stamp cites full name)
  • AR Alan Roberts
  • A[l?] Sponagel
  • BT Bud Thuener
  • LV Lorrin Vern
  • HVW Henri Van Wandelen
  • WEW
  • MY
 

I.1.1 Cargo/Engineering/Damage/Aerial, 1946-1959.

Physical Description: 1.88 linear feet.

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject as found

Scope and Content Note

Mostly unlabeled, undated images of break bulk cargo loading/unloading, documentation of specific types of cargo, operation of equipment, cargo activities once underway, activities & facilities in various world ports (including Mission Rock Terminal in San Francisco), documentation of accident damage. Except for damage documentation (probably created for insurance or other claims) and cargo-specific depictions, these images are for the most part minimally identified.
 

I.1.2 Ship Exteriors, 1930-1969 (bulk 1940-1958).

Physical Description: 2.63 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged by alphabetically by vessel name, thereunder chronologically; agency and unidentified ships appear after President ships.

Scope and Content Note

These ship portraits consist of "formal" views, usually views of docked vessels, or shots underway taken from set vantage points, and "candid" shots, usually depicting a date-specific event such as trial runs, or transition from Dollar to APL stack. Uses for these ship exterior images were mainly promotional; many found their way into newspaper and magazine accounts. Images depicting events like the CLEVELAND or WILSON maiden voyages show the Palmers' multiple-photographer procedure for covering significant photo opportunities: shots were made from a launch, from points on shore, and from the Golden Gate Bridge.
 

I.1.3 Ship Interiors/Shipboard Life, 1931-1956 (bulk 1947-1955).

Physical Description: 3.38 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by vessel name; thereunder chronologically; agency and unidentified ships appear after President ships.

Scope and Content Note

Images in this subseries document accommodations and activities aboard Dollar and APL ships. Most are candid photographs, shot during actual voyages, but several sequences are obviously posed tableaux featuring models. Notations on envelopes suggest that some sequences (such as the images, numbered #701-713, of a "Sukiyaki Night" aboard the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND) were created at the request of APL executives. Similarly, the small number of unpopulated images of accommodations--mainly aboard Dollar vessels, but also aboard APL ships--were clearly intended for promotional uses. The bulk of the images in this subseries depict APL's flagships PRESIDENT CLEVELAND and PRESIDENT WILSON.
 

I.1.4 "A Dream and a Memory" Photographs, 1948-1949.

Physical Description: 0.75 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged by serial number.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 150 black & white photographs from a cruise aboard the new PRESIDENT CLEVELAND (voyage 6, August 30 -October 2, 1948) during which Alfred and Alexa Palmer photographed two models, Walter Kelly and Wanda W., for a film project. The models are seen strolling the deck, dining and drinking, swimming, attending private and ship-wide parties, playing deck games, modeling clothes and visiting tourist sites in Manila, Shanghai, Tokyo, Kobe and Hong Kong. Several images shot in San Francisco during December 1948 and January 1949 are included in this subseries since they depict the same models wearing designer sports clothes (Koret of California) and are evidently continuations of the A Dream and a Memory shoot. These photographs are notable as a discrete group of images from a Palmer shoot. Several remarkable images show Alfred and Alexa Palmer at work, and some show the Palmers dining and partying with Walter, Wanda and other associates. APL held the San Francisco premiere of A Dream and a Memory ("Four Exciting Reels in Color") aboard the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND at Pier 44 on Wednesday, January 19, 1949. An incomplete print of the film is found in Subgroup XI, Series 1, item SAFR-891-.2.10.
 

I.1.5 Third Class Interiors/Shipboard Life, 1948-1958.

Physical Description: 0.75 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by serial number.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 150 photographs depicting accommodations and activities in the third class sections of APL vessels. Since third class fares were vigorously promoted among Asian consumer segments, most shipboard shoots appear to have included sequences featuring third class services. Many of these images are candid shots (some envelopes note whether releases have been obtained), but there are sequences of posed photographs. Most notable are those from voyage 61 (1955) of the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND (roughly items SL-376 through ASL-427), which show several young Filipinos posing at various locations aboard ship.
 

I.1.6 Celebrity Passengers/Destinations/Graphics, Displays, Promotional Images, 1945-1959.

Physical Description: 0.38 linear feet

Arrangement

Roughly arranged by serial number.

Scope and Content Note

Celebrity shots were apparently made for documentation, not for specific promotions. The five destination shots found here must have been used in a specific project; these negatives may have been taken from the "Destinations" subseries (3.6) found below. The graphics and display images appear to have been used in planning, development or documentation of promotional and training events.
 

I.1.7 Events/Ceremonies/Parties, 1938-1954,

Physical Description: 1.13 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by serial number in roughly chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 200 images documenting specific shipboard and corporate events, from the transition from Dollar to APL to company picnics. Company-sponsored luncheons and parties are included, as are media events and other special ceremonies. If the envelope inscriptions in this subseries are accurate, most images appear to have been printed up and delivered as prints to APL executives, with no further activity evident. Event documentation may have been considered a loss leader for the photographers; certainly this policy indicates how firmly established Palmer's shop was within the APL organization.
 

I.1.8 Portraits/Personnel Shots, 1947-1961.

Physical Description: 0.75 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Candid and posed shots of APL personnel, from shipboard and office staff to managers and department heads. While many images lack serial numbers, inscriptions like "APL Portrait" and "APL Personnel" indicate the company's interest in having current images, particularly of captains and executives, on file for publication or other publicity uses. Most of these negatives--and there are frequently multiple shots for any given subject--show signs of retouching, indicating that these images were indeed used in published materials.
 

I.1.9 8"x10" Black & White Negatives, 1930-1934, 1946-1948 and undated.

Physical Description: 0.42 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately ninety 8"x10" black & white negatives. Images from the early 1930s mostly depict the PRESIDENT HOOVER and a few Dollar 502s and 535s. Some are nitrate negatives, some with damage. Images from the late 1940s mostly depict the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND [II] and a few APL C3s. Most of these images appear to have been made by Palmer photographers; a number of the later ones are credited to Tom Vano. Negatives in this subseries are individually housed in envelopes.
 

I.2 Alfred T. Palmer Color Transparencies and Slides, 1948-1964.

Physical Description: [6.23 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged into six subseries according to subject ("K-S" Ship Exteriors, "K-SL" Ship Interiors/Shipboard Life, Destinations, Personnel) or format (Slides, Larger Transparencies), and then in roughly chronological order, by serial number where possible, otherwise minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 1,000 color transparencies and slides created by Alfred Palmer or his associates. These consist primarily of unmounted color transparencies, mostly 4" x 5" or 5" x 7", plus unmounted and mounted slides (mostly standard 2" x 2" 35mm and some 2" x 3"). Subseries divisions correspond to subject divisions, which include ship exteriors ("K-S"), ship interiors/shipboard life ("K-SL"), destinations and personnel; a fifth subseries has been designated for items in the slide format. Original order of these transparencies has been maintained as found. The first two subseries have been arranged according to Palmer's numbering system, which follows a roughly chronological order; the few unnumbered items appear at the end of each subseries. Condition of these transparencies varies widely; for the most part the images are in fairly good condition.
 

I.2.1 "K-S" Ship Exteriors, 1948-1957.

Physical Description: 1.13 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by serial number.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 290 color transparencies, mostly 4"x5" but also 5"x7" and smaller. Images in this subseries resemble those in subseries 1.2, though more interior shots labeled "K-S" are included in this series. Since Palmer's photographers used the "K-S" prefix to indicate color transparencies, this and the following subseries have been deemed discrete groupings.
 

I.2.2 "K-SL" Ship Interiors/Shipboard Life, 1948-1954, 1964.

Physical Description: 1.10 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by serial number.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 230 color transparencies, mostly 4"x5" but also 5"x7" and smaller. Images in this subseries resemble those in subseries 1.3, though these are distinct images and there does not appear to be any overlap between the two subseries.
 

I.2.3 Destinations, circa 1954.

Physical Description: 0.13 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-four color transparencies, mostly 4"x5" and smaller formats, but also some 5"x7". Most are unlabeled, but locations are generally recognizable. Image quality and color preservation vary widely. These images may have been alienated from a "K-" series of transparencies depicting destinations.
 

I.2.4 Personnel, 1955.

Physical Description: 0.01 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Two 5"x7" color transparencies of Kenneth H. Finnessey, APL's Vice President of Freight Traffic and a member of the company's Board of Directors, who frequently appeared as an official representative of upper management. Although a number of APL executives were subjects of photographic portraits during the mid-1950s, these are the only color transparency versions of such portraits.
 

I.2.5 Slides, 1948-1954.

Physical Description: 0.4 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately thirty 35mm slides mounted in metal and glass, and approximately twenty 2" slides mounted in glass. Images depict mainly destinations and ship interiors/shipboard life. The slides' subjects as well as their sturdy mountings indicate that these slides saw heavy use in passenger-oriented presentations.
 

I.2.5.1 "Sales Slide Show", 1956?

Physical Description: 0.8 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 134 standard paper-mounted 35mm slides (a few are unmounted) found loose and in a small box labeled "Sales Slide Show" among APL videotapes. These slides appear to have been compiled around 1956 as an image pool for a slide presentation.
 

I.2.5.2 Slides of Hong Kong, late 1950s?

Physical Description: 2.5 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately four hundred 2," paper-mounted color transparencies, captioned but minimally identified, arranged under subject headings. These images were created in and around Hong Kong, evidently by Alfred Palmer or an associate in the late 1950s. A very few images of Manila and Kobe, Japan appear to be misfiled, though format similarities indicate that they may have been created by the same photographer on the same assignment.
 

I.2.6 Larger Transparencies, mid-late 1950s.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-nine 8" x 10" color transparencies depicting ship exteriors and posed interiors. Image quality and color preservation vary widely. There is no documentation of how these larger transparencies were used, but registration marks, photographer's hands or equipment out of focus in the foreground on the periphery of the posed images that would have been cropped, indicate at least some of the processing intended for these images.
 

I.3. Alfred T. Palmer Prints, 1930-1980.

Physical Description: [25.84 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged into six subseries; therein minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 800 images, primarily 8" x 10" unmounted prints, plus approximately fifty much larger prints, many mounted on heavy board. The 8" x 10" prints are arranged as found, chronologically or in subject groupings, as kept by APL's Archives Department. Many of the 8" x 10" prints bear Alfred Palmer's original number identifications, which correspond to the serial numbers assigned to the core collection negatives. Some of the mounted oversize prints have been autographed by Alfred Palmer. Eight 11+"x14" album pages containing mounted 4"x5" black & white prints of interiors and some exteriors of APL ships from the mid-1950s to mid-1960s (PRESIDENTS CLEVELAND, WILSON, HOOVER, POLK, MONROE, COOLIDGE, HAYES, and generic interiors of Master Mariners) are found in oversize box #425. Many 8" x 10" Palmer prints are found throughout the collection, particularly in the ship and subject files.
 

I.3.1 CLEVELAND/WILSON Exteriors, 1948-1955.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by ship name as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 140 images, mostly 8"x10" unmounted black & white prints but also a few smaller prints depicting exterior views of the PRESIDENTS CLEVELAND [II] and WILSON [II], APL's flagships during the 1950s. Most of the prints are inscribed with Palmer's serial numbers, which correspond to the negatives core collection. These files appear to have been created as reference files for images of these two vessels.
 

I.3.2 Miscellaneous Photographs, 1930s-1980s.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately sixty-six images, mostly 8"x10" unmounted black & white prints but also a few smaller prints (ship photographer candid photographs?) depicting APL passengers, staff, events, "mood" shots, heavy weather, and APL displays & promotions. Many prints are inscribed with Palmer's serial numbers, which correspond to images in the negatives core collection.
 

I.3.3 Interior Photographs by Vessel Type, 1930-1970.

Physical Description: 0.82 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by vessel type as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 600 images, mostly 8"x10" unmounted black & white prints but also a few smaller prints depicting APL vessel interiors, candid and posed shipboard activities, and operations. The "Master Mariner" folder (folder 12) also contains a few color prints and folders 10 and 12 contain some contact sheets. Beginning with folder 9, photographers other than Alfred Palmer are credited, and by folder 12 no Palmer photographs are noted. Some prints in the later folders are mounted on the same type of green board as are the "Destinations" prints (see below). This characteristic, along with the conceptual divisions written on blue sheets of paper in folder 9, indicate that these prints were kept by the APL Archives staff as reference files or image pools similar to the other prints in this series. Folders 4 and 5--smaller prints numbered and mounted on brown paper envelopes--indicate an earlier form of such reference files. Some of the earlier images of the PRESIDENTS COOLIDGE and HOOVER (folders 1-5) may not be Palmer photographs; a print in folder 3 of a much-reproduced swimming pool shot with models is stamped "L. C. Beringer Photographer 177 Post Street San Francisco."
 

I.3.4 Shipboard Activity & Cargo Photographs, 1930-1970.

Physical Description: 0.73 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 600 images, mostly 8"x10" black & white prints, but also a few smaller prints. Some prints are found with corresponding negatives. Many images are inscribed with Palmer's serial numbers which correspond to images in the negatives core collection. As with earlier subseries of prints, conceptual divisions written on blue sheets of paper, indicate this subseries' function as a reference file or an image pool (folders 2 and 3). Folders 9 through 12, cargo photographs arranged by subject, are undoubtedly a later form of reference file; they contain some non-Palmer images.
 

I.3.5 Destination Photographs, 1950s.

Physical Description: 2.64 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 450 images, almost entirely 8" x 10" black & white prints mounted on green board, inscribed with Palmer's identification and subject code numbers and arranged roughly by subject. A handful of color prints--evidently special orders for specific uses, probably for display or presentation--are also found. Several loose duplicate prints have been found adjacent to some mounted items. No corresponding negatives have been found for this series. Multiple prints of many images were found, indicating that the subseries was used as an image pool or ready resource for frequently requested destination images.
 

I.3.6 Oversize Prints, 1934-1960.

Physical Description: 21.33 linear feet

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately sixty-five photographic prints ranging in size from 8 "x14" to 16+"x20". Most of the images are of ship exteriors in recognizable settings--Hong Kong, San Francisco Bay--but there are also a few images of destinations, "shipboard life" shots, and at least one large portrait. A variety of processing and mounting styles have been used for these prints, indicating a variety of uses. A number of these prints have been inscribed by Alfred Palmer, suggesting their use in displays or presentation. Some prints may also have hung in APL corporate offices or public areas.
 

II. American President Lines Photographs, late 1950s-1980s.

Physical Description: 15.96 linear feet.

Arrangement

Scope and Content Note

This consists mainly of materials not attributed to Alfred T. Palmer.
 

II.1 Negatives, 1962-1988.

Physical Description: [1.13 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by subseries.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of seven subseries: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Exteriors, Aerial Shots of International Building, AML Ship Constructions Shots, PRESIDENT WILSON Exteriors, "PRESIDENT CLEVELAND rescues Navy fliers off Guam 3-6-69," Negatives Produced by or for APL-Japan and 1980s Cargo Negatives.
 

II.1.1 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Exteriors, 1962.

Physical Description: 0.16 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by negative number.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 115 color negatives, mostly 2-1/4"x2-1/4" but also 4"x5". Some negatives are attached to small pieces of paper noting what appears to be data on exposures or processing.
 

II.1.2 Aerial Shots of International Building, 1962.

Physical Description: 0.04 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by negative number.

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-five color negatives plus 1 color contact sheet and notes. Two rolls identified, both evidently shot on January 9, 1962. Aerial photography focuses on International Building (601 California Street, San Francisco), APL's then-new corporate headquarters. Photographer unknown.
 

II.1.3 AML Ship Construction Shots, 1962.

Physical Description: 0.04 linear feet.

Arrangement

Two groups arranged numerically by ship name.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately seventy-six numbered 4"x5" black & white negatives, construction progress pictures of AML ships created by Todd Shipyards, Los Angeles Division, San Pedro, California. In two envelopes labeled as follows: "APR--1962. SS JAPAN MAIL. Completion. Midship. Eng. Rm. On Deck. Underway." "JUL--1962. SS PHILIPPINE MAIL. Completion. Midship, On Deck, Hatches, Engine Rm. & Underway." These images were apparently created as part of contract fulfillment.
 

II.1.4 PRESIDENT WILSON Exteriors, 1966?

Physical Description: 0.06 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by negative number.

Scope and Content Note

Thirteen color negatives, evidently from two different rolls, depicting the PRESIDENT WILSON in what may be Glacier Bay, Alaska. Similar images in the non-Palmer prints series are dated 1966.
 

II.1.5 "PRESIDENT CLEVELAND Rescues Navy Fliers Off Guam 3-6-69", 1969.

Physical Description: 0.12 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by roll & frame number.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 220 black & white images, 35mm and 120mm negatives, depicting the above-captioned event. These appear to have been shot from the deck of the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. An accompanying page of notes found with the negatives indicates that a selection was made of 51 images from these negatives for the use of the Seattle office.
 

II.1.6 Negatives Produced by or for APL-Japan, 1960s.

Physical Description: 0.42 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Several hundred undated black & white 35mm negatives in plastic & paper sleeves. Many of the paper sleeves are inscribed in Japanese and/or English. These images were shot and processed in Japan, and depict operations and events on APL vessels or presented by APL staff in Japan. Some APL vessels depicted include PRESIDENT CLEVELAND [II], PRESIDENT HOOVER [III?], PRESIDENT LINCOLN [II], PRESIDENT MONROE [III], PRESIDENT POLK [III], PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT [I], PRESIDENT TYLER [III], PRESIDENT VAN BUREN [III], PRESIDENT WILSON [II]. There are also a number of images of unidentified events and locations.
 

II.1.7 1980s Cargo Negatives, 1980s.

Physical Description: 0.29 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged by negative/envelope number, as found.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 150 4"x5" color negatives depicting APL vessels, container operations, or terminals in the mid-1980s. Negatives are enclosed in glassine sleeves and contained in APL imprinted #10 envelopes that have been stamped "Property of: Office Services -Archives / American President Lines Ltd." Both glassine sleeves and paper envelopes contain data on loan or reproduction of images; some sleeves or envelopes identify the photographers. Empty envelopes have been retained as found because of the inscribed data. This subseries is an example of an image pool from the company's later period.
 

II.2 Color Transparencies and Slides, 1955-1980s.

Physical Description: 0.75 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Several hundred color transparencies (8"x10", 5"x7", 4"x5" and smaller) and 35mm color slides depicting APL vessels and shipboard life. Exteriors appear to have been used in presentations and to illustrate published materials. Interiors (images of accommodations as well as posed depictions of shipboard life) were used in promotional materials. In this time period, after Palmer, the company appears to have favored more stylized imagery in its promotional materials. Photographers credited include many who had worked with Alfred Palmer, such as Tom Vano and Henri van Wandelen. Slides tend more toward generic imagery that could be reused in different settings, indicating their frequent use in presentations to trade and sales groups, as well as in motivational or informational presentations within the company.
 

II.3 Prints, circa 1962-1988.

Physical Description: 0.79 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Several hundred color and black & white prints and contact sheets, mostly 8"x10" but also snapshots and Polaroid images. These images were also used to promote APL's passenger services. Prints were supplied to publications to accompany and illustrate copy in articles and items regarding APL. Repetitive images, such as those seen on contact sheets, were created at specific promotional shoots. Contact prints and sheets were submitted to APL for purchase, selection and final printing. Many later groups of snapshot-type photographs were created by Archives or Office Services staff to document company events or employee gatherings. All photographs were kept by the Office Services/Archives staff, and apparently comprised part of an image pool for corporate publication, display, or promotional uses. Folder 20 contains photographs of people or events which the Archives staff wished to identify; most are Palmer prints and bear evidence of having been circulated among APL old-timers to solicit identifications. Large format prints are in oversize box #425 and in oversize folder D1.4.2.
 

II.3.1 Categorized Exterior and Interior Photographs, 1960s.

Physical Description: 1.98 linear feet.

Arrangement

Minimally arranged by subject, as found.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries consists of approximately two hundred black & white 8"x10" prints and contact sheets mounted on heavy green board. Images depict mostly posed interiors and shipboard activities aboard the PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT [I], PRESIDENT CLEVELAND [II] and PRESIDENT WILSON [II], categorized and labeled by subject, photographer and negative number. Some subject divisions contain extra prints. These photographs were probably used to select images for promotional pieces or generic service shots for publication.
 

II.3.2 Destinations and Ports, late 1960s-early 1970s.

Physical Description: 0.42 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by destination name.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately 120 images depicting APL destinations and ports. Mostly silver-gelatin and a few color prints, but also some color negatives and transparencies. This series appears to have been created by the APL Archives Department for D'Arcy Advertising. Many of the items in this series were found in production folders or job dockets labeled "D'Arcy Advertising." Images are by Palmer and non-Palmer photographers.
 

II.3.3 "Pacesetter Photographs", 1971-1973.

Physical Description: 0.42 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order by vessel name.

Scope and Content Note

Construction progress photos from Ingalls shipyard documenting construction of Pacesetter ships PRESIDENT JEFFERSON [III], PRESIDENT MADISON [IV], PRESIDENT PIERCE [III], PRESIDENT JOHNSON [V]. Also a group of images labeled "SS PRESIDENT JEFFERSON interferences" and a spiral-bound album depicting container bracing or lashings aboard an unidentified ship, probably around 1972.
 

II.4 American Mail Line Photographs, 1960-early 1970s.

Physical Description: [6.56 linear feet total]

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by subseries.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of two subseries: American Mail Line Shipyard Presentation Albums and American Mail Line Slides/Contacts/Prints.
 

II.4.1 American Mail Line Shipyard Presentation Albums, 1960-1969.

Physical Description: 5.90 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Three large albums and three 3-ring binders of 8"x10" mounted black & white and color photographs created by Todd Shipyards San Pedro, National Steel & Shipbuilding and Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, depicting brand-new exteriors and interiors of AML ships JAPAN MAIL, OREGON MAIL, HONG KONG MAIL, ALASKAN MAIL, INDIAN MAIL and KOREAN MAIL just prior to delivery. The first three larger albums also depict keel-laying ceremonies and later phases of construction. These binders, apparently the final groups of contract-mandated "progress" photographs, were presented to AML by the respective shipyards at delivery of these vessels.
 

II.4.2 American Mail Line Slides/Contacts/Prints, bulk late 1960s-early 1970s.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet

Arrangement

Arranged in roughly chronological order.

Scope and Content Note

Several hundred slides, contact sheets and some prints, most depicting AML container operations and facilities. These were created by AML and later transferred to APL's Archives office in 1985 (folder 6 contains transfer documentation.
 

III. Bowen Scrapbooks, 1972-1988.

Physical Description: 0.66 linear feet.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, notes, ephemera and other contents of six scrapbooks created and kept by Katherine and Judge Alfred W. Bowen, a retired couple who enjoyed traveling via freighter during the 1970s. Also contains correspondence and other documentation of Mrs. Bowen's 1988 presentation of the scrapbooks to APL's Archives. The scrapbooks offer a subjective look at shipboard life during the final years of APL's passenger service.
 

IV. American President Lines Motion Picture and Videorecordings, late 1950s-1980s.

Physical Description: 15.96 linear feet.
 

IV.1 American President Lines Motion Picture, bulk 1951-1969.

Physical Description: 80 reels (approximately 67,495 feet)

Arrangement

Arranged by item accession number.

Scope and Content Note

Seventy-three films, 16mm on reels except as noted on container list. Most titles have multiple copies, indicating their circulation among various APL offices, trade vendors, or other agencies. In addition to Alfred Palmer productions, there are informational films created by government or travel offices, and promotional films created by other companies. Also of note is the group of five episodes of Oh Susannah, the television series starring Gale Storm that used the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND [II] in its opening credit sequence. The presence of motion pictures created by production companies other than Alfred Palmer's indicates that Palmer's 1980 sale lot was assimilated into an existing group of motion pictures at the APL Archives office.
 

IV.2 American Mail Line Motion Pictures, 1964; 1968.

Physical Description: 5 reels (approximately 2,100 feet)

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Five 16mm films on reels. Four concern 1968 AML ship launchings, while a fifth is labeled "Pacific Missile Range ... Pt. Mugu, CA." Uses of these films is unknown, though the inscription "Continuous projection" on one reel indicates promotional exhibition. Like the AML photographs and slides, these materials appear to have been transferred to APL Archives at some point following the 1973 consolidation of AML and APL.
 

IV.3 American President Lines Videorecordings, 1980-1986.

Physical Description:

Arrangement

Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Forty-one videotapes, VHS/NTSC format except as noted on container list, plus one 1/4" audio tape. Unarranged. Marked with sequential numbers by APL Archives Department. In two records center cartons numbered 69 (originally APL #HIST-212) and 70 (originally APL #HIST-213).
 

SAFR-891. American President Lines Objects, 1922-1988.

Physical Description: 1016 items.

Arrangement

These items were transferred to object storage. Minimally arranged as found.

Scope and Content Note

Operations-related items, promotional and commemorative items, and service awards, given to the APL Archives Department by a variety of APL departments as the respective objects became obsolete, by individual employees after they had left the company's service, and by customers or friends of the company in the interest of historical preservation. A set of four 16"x22-1/2" posters dated March 1941 were found in a large scrapbook and feature Japan, China, Hawaii and the Philippines as destinations in the "Orient via Hawaii and the Sunshine Route."

Container List

 

HDC 279. American President Lines textual records and marine architectural drawings, 1906-1995

 

SUBGROUP I: Operating Records, 1924-1981

 

SERIES 1: Logbooks of Dollar and APL Vessels, 1925-1944

 

Part I

Box 1, item 1

ADMIRAL HALSTEAD 03-19-37 TO 04-20-37

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

EX HILDA MAERSK
Box 1, item 1

ADMIRAL HALSTEAD 03-19-37 TO 04-20-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 1, item 2

ADMIRAL HALSTEAD 04-21-37 TO 05-22-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 201, item 1663

CHANT 10-25-41 TO 02-18-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH

Comments:

EX HILDA MAERSK
Box 201, item 1664

CHANT 02-19-42 TO 03-19-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH

Comments:

SANK 6-15-42
Box 201, item 1665

DIANA DOLLAR 01-22-30 TO 02-27-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 1, item 3

DIANA DOLLAR 01-30-32 TO 03-22-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 1, item 4

DIANA DOLLAR 02-10-32 TO 04-03-32

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 1, item 5

DIANA DOLLAR 03-23-32 TO O3-26-33

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

IDLE
Box 1, item 6

DIANA DOLLAR 03-27-33 TO 07-22-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 1, item 7

DIANA DOLLAR 07-23-34 TO 01-23-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 1, item 8

DIANA DOLLAR 01-24-35 TO 04-23-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 1, item 9

DIANA DOLLAR 04-24-36 TO 06-27-36

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

TO AM-HWSSCO 6/27/36
Box 201, item 1666

MARGARET DOLLAR 06-01-23 TO 09-19-23

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOOTH
Box 2, item 10

MELVILLE DOLLAR 11-25-35 TO 03-02-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 2, item 11

MELVILLE DOLLAR 03-02-36 TO 04-04-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 2, item 12

MELVILLE DOLLAR 04-05-36 TO 05-08-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 202, item 1667

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-25-29 TO 01-28-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

1ST OF THIS NAME
Box 202, item 1668

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-14-31 TO 07-10-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 202, item 1669

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-14-31 TO 07-10-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 2, item 13

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-10-31 TO 08-14-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 2, item 14

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-10-31 TO 08-14-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 2, item 15

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-15-31 TO 09-18-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 2, item 16

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-15-31 TO 09-18-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 2, item 17

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-19-31 TO 10-05-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 2, item 18

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-19-31 TO 10-05-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 3, item 19

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-05-31 TO 11-07-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 3, item 20

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-05-31 TO 11-07-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 3, item 21

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-08-31 TO 12-13-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 3, item 22

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-08-31 TO 12-13-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 3, item 23

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-14-31 TO 01-17-32

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 3, item 24

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-24-31 TO 01-17-32

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 3, item 25

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-18-32 TO 02-35-32

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 3, item 26

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-18-32 TO 01-25-32

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 3, item 27

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-25-32 TO 02-28-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 3, item 28

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-29-32 TO 04-04-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 29

PRESIDENT ADAMS 05-09-32 TO 05-16-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 30

PRESIDENT ADAMS 05-16-32 TO 06-19-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 31

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-20-32 TO 07-23-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 32

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-24-32 TO 08-25-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 33

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-26-32 TO 09-03-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 34

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-03-32 TO 10-07-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 35

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-08-32 TO 11-12-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 36

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-13-32 TO 12-17-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 4, item 37

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-18-32 TO 12-20-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 38

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-21-32 TO 01-24-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 39

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-25-33 TO 02-27-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 40

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-28-33 TO 04-03-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 41

PRESIDENT ADAMS 04-04-33 TO 04-16-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 42

PRESIDENT ADAMS 05-20-33 TO 06-22-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 43

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-23-33 TO 07-25-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 44

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-26-33 TO 08-07-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 5, item 45

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-08-33 TO 09-09-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 46

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-10-33 TO 10-13-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 47

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-14-33 TO 11-15-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 48

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-16-33 TO 11-26-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 49

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-27-33 TO 12-29-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 50

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-30-33 TO 02-01-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 51

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-02-34 TO 03-06-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 52

PRESIDENT ADAMS 03-07-34 TO 03-18-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 6, item 53

PRESIDENT ADAMS 03-19-34 TO 04-20-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 7, item 54

PRESIDENT ADAMS 04-21-34 TO 05-20-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 7, item 55

PRESIDENT ADAMS 05-21-34 TO 06-22-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 7, item 56

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-23-34 TO 07-08-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 7, item 57

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-09-34 TO 08-10-34

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 7, item 58

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-09-34 TO 08-10-34

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 7, item 59

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-11-34 TO 09-13-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 7, item 60

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-14-34 TO 10-16-34

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 7, item 61

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-14-34 TO 10-16-34

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 8, item 62

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-17-34 TO 10-29-34

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 8, item 63

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-17-34 TO 10-28-34

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 8, item 64

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-29-34 TO 11-30-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 8, item 65

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-01-34 TO 01-03-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 8, item 66

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-04-35 TO 02-05-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 8, item 67

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-06-35 TO 02-19-35

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 8, item 68

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-03-35 TO 02-17-35

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 8, item 69

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-18-35 TO 03-22-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 70

PRESIDENT ADAMS 03-23-35 TO 04-25-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 71

PRESIDENT ADAMS 05-29-35 TO 06-09-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 72

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-10-35 TO 07-12-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 73

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-13-35 TO 08-15-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 74

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-16-35 TO 09-17-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 75

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-18-35 TO 09-28-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 76

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-29-35 TO 10-31-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 9, item 77

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-01-35 TO 12-04-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 10, item 78

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-05-35 TO 01-06-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 10, item 79

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-07-36 TO 01-20 36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 10, item 80

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-21-36 TO 02-22-36

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 10, item 81

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-21-36 TO 02-22-36

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 10, item 82

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-23-36 TO 03-29-36

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 10, item 83

PRESIDENT ADAMS 08-31-36 TO 10-02-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 10, item 84

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-03-36 TO 11-05-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 10, item 85

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-06-36 TO 12-08-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 11, item 86

PRESIDENT ADAMS 12-09-36 TO 01-10-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 11, item 87

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-11-37 TO 02-12-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 11, item 88

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-13-37 TO 03-18-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 11, item 91

PRESIDENT ADAMS 10-02-39 TO 11-04-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 11, item 92

PRESIDENT ADAMS 11-04-39 TO 12-03-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 11, item 93

PRESIDENT ADAMS 02-28-40 TO 03-27-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 12, item 94

PRESIDENT ADAMS 06-20-40 TO 07-18-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 12, item 95

PRESIDENT ADAMS 09-28-40 TO 10-24-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 202, item 1670

PRESIDENT ADAMS 07-29-30 TO 11-14-30

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 12, item 96

PRESIDENT ADAMS 01-17-33 TO 05-08-33

Log Type:

PORT
Box 12, item 97

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 01-01-41 TO 01-08-41

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

EX PRESIDENT MONROE
Box 12, item 98

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 01-09-41 TO 02-08-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 12, item 99

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 02-08-41 TO 03-08-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 12, item 100

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 03-09-41 TO 04-10-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 12, item 101

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 04-11-41 TO 05-17-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 12, item 102

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 05-17-41 TO 06-18-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 103

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 06-19-41 TO 07-20-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 104

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 07-20-41 TO 08-21-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 105

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 08-22-41 TO 09-21-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 106

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 09-22-41 TO-10-04-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 107

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 10-04-41 TO 11-05-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 108

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 11-05-41 TO 11-30-41

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

ALSO 5/18-23/41
Box 13, item 109

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 12-01-41 TO 12-18-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 110

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 12-19-41 TO 01-05-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 13, item 111

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 01-06-42 TO 03-03-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 112

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 03-04-42 TO 03-11-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 113

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 03-11-42 TO 04-12-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 114

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 04-13-42 TO 05-14-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 115

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 05-15-42 TO 06-16-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 116

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 06-17-42 TO 07-19-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 117

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 07-20-42 TO 08-21-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 14, item 118

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 08-22-42 TO 09-21-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 202, item 1671

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 01-08-41 TO 04-21-41

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 202, item 1672

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 10-04-41 TO 02-25-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 202, item 1673

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 03-23-42 TO 09-11-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 203, item 1674

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 10-24-42 TO 06-09-43

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 203, item 1675

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 07-07-43 TO 08-21-43

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 203, item 1676

PRESIDENT BUCHANAN 09-09-43 TO 10-22-43

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 203, item 1677

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 03-15-25 TO 05-26-25

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

WSB TO $ 05-26-25
Box 203, item 1678

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 08-03-25 TO 09-04-25

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 204, item 1679

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 05-10-29 TO 06-11-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 204, item 1680

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 09-16-29 TO 10-16-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 204, item 1681

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 09-16-29 TO 10-16-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 204, item 1682

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 10-17-29 TO 11-20-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 204, item 1683

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 11-17-29 TO 12-20-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 204, item 1684

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 11-17-29 TO-12-20-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

"SHIP'S COPY"
Box 204, item 1685

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 11-17-29 TO 12-20-29

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 204, item 1686

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 12-21-29 TO 01-14-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 204, item 1687

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 12-21-29 TO 01-14-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

"SHIIP'S COPY"
Box 204, item 1688

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 12-21-29 TO 01-14-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 204, item 1689

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 01-15-30 TO 02-18-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 204, item 1690

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 01-15-30 TO 02-18-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

"SHIP'S COPY"
Box 204, item 1691

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 01-15-30 TO 02-18-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 205, item 1692

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 02-19-30 TO 03-23-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 205, item 1693

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 02-19-30 TO 03-22-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

"SHIP'S COPY"
Box 205, item 1694

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 02-19-30 TO 03-22-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 205, item 1695

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 03-23-30 TO 04-25-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 205, item 1696

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 03-23-30 TO 04-25-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 205, item 1697

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 04-26-30 TO 05-23-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 205, item 1698

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 04-26-30 TO 05-20-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 205, item 1699

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND 05-24-30 TO 06-25-30

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Box 205, item 1700

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Box 205, item 1701

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Box 205, item 1702

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Box 206, item 1703

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Box 206, item 1704

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Box 206, item 1705

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Box 206, item 1706

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Box 206, item 1707

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Box 206, item 1708

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Box 206, item 1709

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Box 206, item 1710

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Box 206, item 1711

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Box 206, item 1712

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Box 207, item 1713

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Box 207, item 1714

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Box 207, item 1715

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Box 207, item 1716

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Box 207, item 1717

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Box 207, item 1718

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Box 207, item 1719

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Box 207, item 1720

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Box 14, item 119

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Box 14, item 120

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Box 15, item 122

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Box 15, item 123

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Box 15, item 124

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Box 15, item 125

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Box 15, item 126

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Box 15, item 127

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Box 15, item 128

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Box 15, item 129

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Box 16, item 130

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Box 16, item 131

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Box 16, item 132

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Box 16, item 133

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Box 16, item 134

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DECK

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Box 16, item 135

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Box 16, item 136

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Box 16, item 137

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PORT
Box 16, item 138

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Box 16, item 139

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Box 17, item 140

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Box 17, item 141

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Box 17, item 142

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Box 17, item 143

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Box 17, item 144

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Box 17, item 145

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Box 17, item 146

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Box 17, item 147

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Box 17, item 148

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Box 17, item 149

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Box 18, item 150

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Box 18, item 151

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Box 18, item 152

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Box 18, item 153

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Box 18, item 154

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Box 18, item 155

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Box 18, item 156

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Box 18, item 157

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Box 18, item 158

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Box 19, item 159

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Box 19, item 160

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Box 19, item 161

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Box 19, item 162

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Box 19, item 163

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Box 19, item 164

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Box 19, item 165

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Box 19, item 166

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Box 19, item 167

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Box 20, item 168

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Box 20, item 169

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Box 20, item 170

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Box 20, item 171

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Box 20, item 172

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Box 20, item 173

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Box 20, item 174

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Box 20, item 175

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Box 20, item 176

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Box 21, item 177

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Box 21, item 178

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Box 21, item 179

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Box 21, item 180

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Box 21, item 181

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Box 21, item 182

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Box 21, item 183

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Box 21, item 184

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Box 21, item 185

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Box 22, item 186

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Box 22, item 187

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Box 22, item 188

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Box 22, item 189

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Box 22, item 190

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Box 22, item 191

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Box 22, item 192

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Box 22, item 193

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DECK
Box 22, item 194

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Box 23, item 195

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DECK
Box 23, item 196

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Box 23, item 197

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Box 23, item 198

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Box 23, item 199

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Box 23, item 200

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Box 23, item 201

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Box 23, item 202

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Box 23, item 203

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DECK
Box 24, item 204

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Box 24, item 205

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Box 24, item 206

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Box 24, item 207

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Box 24, item 208

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Box 24, item 209

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Box 24, item 210

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Box 24, item 211

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Box 24, item 212

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Box 25, item 213

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Box 25, item 214

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Box 25, item 215

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Box 25, item 216

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Box 25, item 217

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Box 25, item 218

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Box 25, item 219

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Box 25, item 220

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Box 25, item 221

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Box 26, item 222

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Box 26, item 223

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Box 26, item 224

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Box 26, item 225

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Box 26, item 226

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Box 26, item 227

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Box 26, item 228

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Box 26, item 229

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DECK
Box 26, item 230

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DECK
Box 27, item 231

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DECK
Box 27, item 232

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DECK
Box 27, item 233

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DECK
Box 27, item 234

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Box 27, item 235

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DECK
Box 27, item 236

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DECK
Box 27, item 237

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DECK
Box 27, item 238

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DECK
Box 27, item 239

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DECK
Box 28, item 240

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DECK
Box 28, item 241

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DECK
Box 28, item 242

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DECK
Box 28, item 243

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DECK
Box 28, item 244

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DECK
Box 28, item 245

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DECK
Box 28, item 246

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DECK
Box 28, item 247

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DECK
Box 28, item 248

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DECK
Box 29, item 249

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DECK
Box 29, item 250

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DECK
Box 29, item 251

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DECK
Box 29, item 252

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DECK
Box 29, item 253

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DECK
Box 29, item 254

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DECK
Box 29, item 255

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DECK
Box 29, item 256

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DECK
Box 29, item 257

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DECK
Box 30, item 258

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 04-16-41 TO 05-14-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 259

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DECK
Box 20, item 260

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 06-12-41 TO 07-08-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 261

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 07-09-41 TO 08-04-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 262

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 08-05-41 TO 09-02-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 263

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 09-02-41 TO 09-28-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 264

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 09-29-41 TO 10-28-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 265

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 10-28-41 TO 11-23-41

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DECK
Box 30, item 266

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 11-24-41 TO 12-24-41

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DECK
Box 31, item 267

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 12-25-41 TO 01-08-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 268

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 01-09-42 TO 02-08-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 269

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 03-10-42 TO 04-12-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 270

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 04-13-42 TO 05-14-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 271

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 05-15-42 TO 06-15-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 272

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 06-16-42 TO 07-18-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 273

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 07-19-42 TO 08-16-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 274

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 08-17-42 TO 09-17-42

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DECK
Box 31, item 275

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 09-18-42 TO 10-20-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 32, item 276

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 10-21-42 TO 10-26-42

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DECK

Comments:

SUNK 10-26-42
Box 207, item 1721

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 10-15-31 TO 12-05-31

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 207, item 1722

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 01-17-32 TO 03-10-32

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 207, item 1723

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1724

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 07-30-32 TO 09-19-32

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1725

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 09-23-32 TO 11-04-32

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1726

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 11-05-32 TO 12-27-32

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1727

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 12-29-32 TO 01-27-33

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1728

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1729

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1730

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1731

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1732

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1733

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1734

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 208, item 1735

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1736

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1737

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1738

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1739

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1740

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1741

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1742

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 09-02-35 TO 10-27-35

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1743

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ENGINEER`S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1744

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1745

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1746

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 209, item 1747

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 08-03-36 TO 09-27-36

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1748

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1749

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1750

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ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1751

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1752

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1753

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1754

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1755

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 210, item 1756

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 210, item 1757

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 210, item 1758

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 210, item 1759

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 03-05-39 TO 05-01-39

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1760

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1761

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 06-26-39 TO 08-22-39

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1762

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 08-22-39 TO 10-16-39

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1763

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1764

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1765

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1766

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1767

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 08-04-40 TO 09-30-40

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S

Comments:

ALSO REFRIG LOG
Box 211, item 1768

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 09-30-40 TO 11-25-40

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1769

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 11-25-40 TO 01-18-41

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 211, item 1770

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 01-18-41 TO 03-17-41

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 212, item 1771

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 03-17-41 TO 05-15-41

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 212, item 1772

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 05-15-41 TO 07-09-41

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 212, item 1773

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 07-09-41 TO 08-31-41

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 212, item 1774

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 212, item 1775

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 212, item 1776

PRESIDENT COOLIDGE 07-08-42 TO 09-02-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S

Comments:

SUNK 10-16-42
Box 32, item 277

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 02-27-41 TO 03-31-41

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

2ND OF THIS NAME
Box 32, item 278

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 04-01-41 TO 05-04-41

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

EX PRES V.BUREN (1)
Box 32, item 279

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 05-05-41 TO 06-05-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 32, item 280

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 06-06-41 TO 07-08-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 32, item 281

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 07-09-41 TO 08-10-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 32, item 282

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 08-11-41 TO 09-12-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 32, item 283

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 09-13-41 TO 10-15-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 32, item 284

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 10-16-41 TO 11-17-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 285

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 01-09-42 TO 02-10-42

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 33, item 286

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 02-11-42 TO 03-15-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 287

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 03-16-42 TO 04-16-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 288

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 04-17-42 TO 05-19-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 289

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 05-20-42 TO 06-20-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 290

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 06-21-42 TO 07-22-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 291

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 07-23-42 TO 08-22-42

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 33, item 292

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 08-23-42 TO 09-24-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 33, item 293

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 09-25-42 TO 10-27-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 294

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 10-28-42 TO 11-29-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 295

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 11-30-42 TO 01-01-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 296

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 01-02-43 TO 02-03-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 297

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 02-04-43 TO 03-08-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 298

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 03-09-43 TO 04-10-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 299

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 04-11-43 TO 05-13-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 300

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 05-14-43 TO 06-15-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 301

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 06-16-43 TO 06-20-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 34, item 302

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 06-21-43 TO 07-23-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 35, item 303

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 07-24-43 TO 08-25-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 35, item 304

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 08-26-43 TO 09-27-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 35, item 305

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 09-28-43 TO 10-08-43

Log Type:

DECK
Box 212, item 1777

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 11-29-41 TO 01-02-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 212, item 1778

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 03-13-43 TO 09-29-43

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH
Box 212, item 1779

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 06-27-43 TO 09-29-43

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S ROUGH
Box 35, item 306

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 07-08-41 TO 09-18-41

Log Type:

PORT
Box 35, item 307

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 09-19-41 TO 11-03-41

Log Type:

PORT
Box 35, item 308

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 11-04-41 TO 01-08-42

Log Type:

PORT
Box 35, item 309

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 02-11-42 TO 03-15-42

Log Type:

PORT
Box 35, item 310

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 03-16-42 TO 05-14-42

Log Type:

PORT
Box 35, item 311

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 05-15-42 TO 06-25-42

Log Type:

PORT
Box 36, item 312

PRESIDENT FILLMORE 12-13-42 TO 01-14-43

Log Type:

PORT
Box 213, item 1780

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-29-29 TO 02-01-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

1ST OF THIS NAME
Box 213, item 1781

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Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1782

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 02-25-30 TO 03-20-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1783

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-21-30 TO 04-24-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1784

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-25-30 TO 05-28-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1785

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-29-30 TO 06-16-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1786

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Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1787

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-11-30 TO 08-13-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1788

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-14-30 TO 09-15-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1789

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-16-30 TO 10-05-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 213, item 1790

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 10-06-30 TO 10-31-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1791

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 10-31-30 TO 12-02-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1792

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-03-30 TO 01-05-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1793

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 01-06-31 TO 01-26-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1794

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Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1795

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Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1796

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Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1797

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-28-31 TO 05-15-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 214, item 1798

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-16-31 TO 06-09-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 36, item 313

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 314

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 315

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-12-31 TO 09-04-31

Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 316

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-05-31 TO 09-29-31

Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 317

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 318

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 319

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-09-31 TO 12-27-31

Log Type:

DECK
Box 36, item 320

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-28-31 TO 01-21-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 321

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 01-22-32 TO 02-23-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 322

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-29-32 TO 04-16-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 323

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-17-32 TO 05-12-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 324

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-13-32 TO 06-14-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 325

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 06-15-32 TO 07-18-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 326

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-19-32 TO 08-07-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 327

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-08-32 TO 08-31-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 328

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 37, item 329

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 10-05-32 TO 11-07-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 330

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 331

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 332

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 333

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 334

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 02-28-33 TO 03-19-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 335

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 336

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-13-33 TO 05-15-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 337

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-16-33 TO 06-19-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 38, item 338

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 06-20-33 TO 07-09-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 339

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-10-33 TO 08-01-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 340

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-02-33 TO 09-04-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 341

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-05-33 TO 10-07-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 342

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 10-08-33 TO 10-29-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 343

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 10-30-33 TO 11-21-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 344

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 11-22-33 TO 12-25-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 345

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-26-33 TO 01-27-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 346

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 01-28-34 TO 02-18-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 39, item 347

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 02-19-34 TO 03-13-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 348

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-14-34 TO 04-16-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 349

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-17-34 TO 05-19-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 350

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-20-34 TO 06-10-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 351

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 06-11-34 TO 07-05-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 352

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-06-34 TO 08-06-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 353

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-07-34 TO 09-08-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 354

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-09-34 TO 09-29-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 40, item 355

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-30-34 TO 10-23-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 356

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 357

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 358

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-30-34 TO 01-20-35

Log Type:

DECK
 

Part II

Box 41, item 359

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 01-21-35 TO 02-12 35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 360

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 02-13-35 TO 03-18-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 361

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-19-35 TO 04-20-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 362

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-21-35 TO 05-12-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 363

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-13-35 TO 06-04-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 41, item 364

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 06-05-35 TO 07-08-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 365

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-09-35 TO 08-08-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 366

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-09-35 TO 08-31-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 367

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-01-35 TO 09-24 35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 368

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-25-35 TO 10-28-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 369

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 10-29-35 TO 11-30-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 370

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-01-35 TO 12-22-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 371

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-23-35 TO 01-14-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 372

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 01-15-36 TO 02-17-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 42, item 373

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 02-18-36 TO 03-17-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 374

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-18-36 TO 04-13 36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 375

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-14-36 TO 05-05-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 376

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-06-36 TO 06-08-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 377

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 06-09-36 TO 07-10-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 378

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-11-36 TO 08-02-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 379

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-03-36 TO 08-26-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 43, item 380

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-27-36 TO 09-28-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 44, item 381

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-29-36 TO 10-29-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 44, item 382

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 12-02-36 TO 04-07-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 44, item 383

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-08-37 TO 05-05-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 44, item 384

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-06-37 TO 06-08-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 45, item 389

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 02-18-39 TO 03-23-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 45, item 390

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-24-39 TO 04-17-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 45, item 391

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-18-39 TO 05-14-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 45, item 392

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 45, item 394

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 46, item 395

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 05-26-40 TO 06-27-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 46, item 396

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 06-28-40 TO 07-29-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 46, item 397

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 07-30-40 TO 08-21-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 46, item 398

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-21-40 TO 09-23-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 46, item 399

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Log Type:

DECK
Box 46, item 400

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 11-29-40 TO 12-25-40

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

P MADISON EFF 12-26
Box 215, item 1799

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 215, item 1800

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Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 46, item 401

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Log Type:

PORT
Box 46, item 402

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Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

2ND OF THIS NAME
Box 46, item 403

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DECK
Box 47, item 404

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DECK
Box 47, item 405

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DECK
Box 47, item 406

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DECK
Box 47, item 407

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 08-13-41 TO 09-09-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 47, item 408

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 09-10-41 TO 10-09-41

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DECK
Box 47, item 409

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DECK
Box 47, item 410

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DECK
Box 47, item 411

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DECK
Box 47, item 412

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DECK
Box 47, item 413

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DECK
Box 48, item 414

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DECK
Box 48, item 415

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-03-42 TO 04-03-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 48, item 416

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 04-04-42 TO 04-29-42

Log Type:

DECK
Box 48, item 417

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 11-06-41 TO 01-07-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 48, item 418

PRESIDENT GARFIELD 03-05-42 TO 05-01-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 215, item 1801

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-25-31 TO 04-24-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

1ST OF THIS NAME
Box 215, item 1802

PRESIDENT GRANT 04-25-31 TO 05-23-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S

Comments:

(AMERICAN MAIL)
Box 48, item 419

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DECK
Box 48, item 420

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-11-31 TO 07-15-31

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Box 48, item 421

PRESIDENT GRANT 07-16-31 TO 07-31-31

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Box 49, item 422

PRESIDENT GRANT 08-01-31 TO 08-28-31

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Box 49, item 423

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Box 49, item 424

PRESIDENT GRANT 09-15-31 TO 10-21-31

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Box 49, item 425

PRESIDENT GRANT 10-22-31 TO 11-06-31

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Box 49, item 426

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Box 49, item 427

PRESIDENT GRANT 12-19-31 TO 02-12-32

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Box 49, item 428

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-13-32 TO 03-27-32

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Box 49, item 429

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-28-32 TO 05-20-32

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Box 50, item 430

PRESIDENT GRANT 05-21-32 TO 07-03-32

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Box 50, item 431

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Box 50, item 432

PRESIDENT GRANT 08-27-32 TO 10-10-32

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Box 50, item 433

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Box 50, item 434

PRESIDENT GRANT 12-02-32 TO 01-14 33

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Box 38, item 435

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-11-33 TO 04-24-33

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Box 50, item 436

PRESIDENT GRANT 04-25-33 TO 06-03-33

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Box 51, item 437

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-04-33 TO 07-27-33

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Box 51, item 438

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-04-33 TO 07-27-33

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Box 51, item 439

PRESIDENT GRANT 07-28-33 TO 08-19-33

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Box 51, item 440

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-25-31 TO 06-12-31

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ENGINEER'S
Box 51, item 441

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-12-31 TO 09-02-31

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ENGINEER'S
Box 51, item 442

PRESIDENT GRANT 09-03-31 TO 11-25-31

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ENGINEER'S
Box 51, item 443

PRESIDENT GRANT 11-26-31 TO 02-13-32

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 444

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-14-32 TO 03-31-32

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 445

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-31-32 TO 06-26-32

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Box 52, item 446

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 447

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 448

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 449

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 450

PRESIDENT GRANT 04-17-33 TO 06-17-33

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ENGINEER'S
Box 52, item 451

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-18-33 TO 08-20-33

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ENGINEER'S
Box 53, item 452

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-11-32 TO 04-08-32

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PORT
Box 53, item 453

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-02-41 TO 03-01-41

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DECK

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2ND OF THIS NAME
Box 53, item 454

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-01-41 TO 03-27-41

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DECK

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EX PRESIDENT ADAMS
Box 53, item 455

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-28-41 TO 04-25-41

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DECK
Box 53, item 456

PRESIDENT GRANT 04-26-41 TO 06-08-41

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DECK
Box 53, item 457

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DECK
Box 53, item 458

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DECK
Box 53, item 459

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DECK
Box 53, item 460

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DECK
Box 54, item 461

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DECK
Box 54, item 462

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DECK
Box 54, item 463

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DECK
Box 54, item 464

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-13-42 TO 02-25-42

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DECK
Box 54, item 465

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-25-42 TO 03-29-42

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DECK
Box 54, item 466

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-30-42 TO 04-17-42

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DECK
Box 54, item 467

PRESIDENT GRANT 04-18-42 TO 05-01-42

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DECK
Box 54, item 468

PRESIDENT GRANT 05-02-42 TO 06-01-42

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DECK
Box 54, item 469

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-02-42 TO 06-29-42

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DECK
Box 54, item 470

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-30-42 TO 07-31-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 471

PRESIDENT GRANT 08-01-42 TO 08-31-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 472

PRESIDENT GRANT 09-01-42 TO 09-14-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 473

PRESIDENT GRANT 09-15-42 TO 09-30-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 474

PRESIDENT GRANT 10-01-42 TO 10-31-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 475

PRESIDENT GRANT 11-01-42 TO 11-23-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 476

PRESIDENT GRANT 11-23-42 TO 12-26-42

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DECK
Box 55, item 477

PRESIDENT GRANT 12-27-42 TO 01-27-43

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DECK
Box 55, item 478

PRESIDENT GRANT 01-28-43 TO 03-01-43

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DECK
Box 55, item 479

PRESIDENT GRANT 03-02-43 TO 04-03-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 480

PRESIDENT GRANT 04-04-43 TO 05-05-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 481

PRESIDENT GRANT 05-06-43 TO 05-11-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 482

PRESIDENT GRANT 05-10-43 TO 06-09-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 483

PRESIDENT GRANT 06-10-43 TO 07-04 43

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DECK
Box 56, item 484

PRESIDENT GRANT 07-05-43 TO 08-06-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 485

PRESIDENT GRANT 08-07-43 TO 08-27-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 486

PRESIDENT GRANT 08-28-43 TO 09-28-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 487

PRESIDENT GRANT 09-29-43 TO 10-30-43

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DECK
Box 56, item 488

PRESIDENT GRANT 10-31-43 TO 11-30-43

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DECK

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Box 215, item 1803

PRESIDENT GRANT 09-08-41 TO 01-04-42

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ENGINEER'S
Box 215, item 1804

PRESIDENT GRANT 01-12-42 TO 06-01-42

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S
Box 56, item 489

PRESIDENT GRANT 02-02-44 TO 05-31-44

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S SMOOTH

Comments:

AGROUND 2/26/44
Box 57, item 490

PRESIDENT GRANT 05-11-44 TO 06-02-44

Log Type:

ENGINEER'S ROUGH

Comments:

SALVAGE ATTEMPT
Box 216, item 1805

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-18-27 TO 05-24-27

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1806

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-25-27 TO 06-29-27

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1807

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-30-27 TO 08-04-27

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1808

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-05-27 TO 08-10-27

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1809

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-18-29 TO 01-09-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 216, item 1810

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-18-29 TO 01-09 30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1811

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-10-30 TO 02-12-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 216, item 1812

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-10-30 TO 02-12-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1813

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-13-30 TO 03-19-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 216, item 1814

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-13-30 TO 03-19-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1815

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-20-30 TO 04-05-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 216, item 1816

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-20-30 TO 04-05-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1817

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-06-30 TO 05-02-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 216, item 1818

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-06-30 TO 05-02-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 216, item 1819

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-02-30 TO 06-04-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 216, item 1820

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-02-30 TO 06-04-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1821

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-05-30 TO 07-09-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1822

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-05-30 TO 07-09-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1823

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-09-30 TO 07-26-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1824

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-09-30 TO 07-26-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1825

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-26-30 TO 08-22-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1826

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-26-30 TO 08-22-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1827

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-22-30 TO 09-24-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1828

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-22-30 TO 09-24-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1829

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-25-30 TO 10-29-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1830

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-25-30 TO 10-29-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1831

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-29-30 TO 11-15-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1832

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-29-30 TO 11-15-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 217, item 1833

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-15-30 TO 12-12-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 217, item 1834

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-15-30 TO 12-12-30

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1835

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-12-30 TO 01-14-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1836

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-12-30 TO 01-14-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1837

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-15-31 TO 02-18-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1838

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-15-31 TO 02-18-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1839

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-19-31 TO 03-08-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1840

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-19-31 TO 03-08-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1841

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-08-31 TO 04-03-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1842

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-03-31 TO 05-06-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1843

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-03-31 TO 05-06-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1844

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-07-31 TO 06-10-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1845

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-07-31 TO 06-10-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1846

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-10-31 TO 06-26-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER`S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1847

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-10-31 TO 06-26-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 218, item 1848

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-27-31 TO 07-24-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 218, item 1849

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-27-31 TO 07-24-31

Log Type:

CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 57, item 491

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-24-31 TO 08-26-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 57, item 492

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-24-31 TO 08-26-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 57, item 493

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-27-31 TO 09-30-31

Log Type:

DECK
Box 57, item 494

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-30-31 TO 10-17-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 57, item 495

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-30-31 TO 10-17-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 57, item 496

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-18-31 TO 11-12-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 57, item 497

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-18-31 TO 11-12-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 57, item 498

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-13-31 TO 12-16-31

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 57, item 499

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-13-31 TO 12-16-31

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 58, item 500

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-17-31 TO 01-20-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 501

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-20-32 TO 02-06-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 502

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-07-32 TO 03-04-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 503

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-04-32 TO 04-06-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 504

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-07-32 TO 05-11-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 505

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-24-32 TO 07-27-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 506

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-27-32 TO 08-30-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 507

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-31-32 TO 09-17-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 508

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-18-32 TO 10-13-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 509

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-14-32 TO 11-16-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 510

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-17-32 TO 12-20-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 511

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-21-32 TO 01-08-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 58, item 512

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-09-33 TO 02-02-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 513

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-03-33 TO 03-06-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 514

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-07-33 TO 04-08-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 515

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-09-33 TO 05-01-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 516

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-02-33 TO 05-26-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 517

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-26-33 TO 06-26-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 59, item 518

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-30-33 TO 08-20-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 519

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-21 33 TO 09-14-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 520

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-15-33 TO 10-16-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 521

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-17-33 TO 11-18-33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 522

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-19-33 TO 12-10 33

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 523

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-11-33 TO 01-04-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 524

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-05-34 TO 02-05-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 525

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-06-34 TO 03-10-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 526

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-11-34 TO 04-01-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 60, item 527

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-02-34 TO 04-27-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 61, item 528

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-27-34 TO 05-28-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 61, item 529

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-29-34 TO 06-30-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 61, item 530

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-01-34 TO 07-22-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 61, item 531

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-23-34 TO 08-16-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 61, item 532

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-18-34 TO 10-20-34

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 61, item 533

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-18-34 TO 10-20-34

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 61, item 534

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-21-34 TO 11-11-34

Log Type:

DECK ROUGH
Box 61, item 535

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-21-34 TO 11-11-34

Log Type:

DECK SMOOTH
Box 61, item 536

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-12-34 TO 12-06-34

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 537

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-07-34 TO 01-07-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 538

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-08-35 TO 02-09-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 539

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-10-35 TO 03-03-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 540

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-04-35 TO 03-30-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 541

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-30-35 TO 04-29-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 542

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-30-35 TO 06-01-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 543

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-02-35 TO 06-23-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 544

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-24-35 TO 07-18-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 62, item 545

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-19-35 TO 08-19-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 546

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-20-35 TO 09-21-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 547

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-22-35 TO 10-14-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 548

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-15-35 TO 11-10-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 549

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-11-35 TO 12-10-35

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 550

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-11-35 TO 01-11-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 551

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-12-36 TO 02-02-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 552

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-03-36 TO 02-26-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 553

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-27-36 TO 03-31-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 63, item 554

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-31-36 TO 05-02-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 555

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-03-36 TO 05-24-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 556

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-25-36 TO 06-19-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 557

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-19-36 TO 07-21-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 558

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-22-36 TO 08-23-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 559

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-24-36 TO 09-13-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 560

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-14-36 TO 10-09-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 561

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-09-36 TO 11-10-36

Log Type:

DECK
Box 64, item 562

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-15-36 TO 01-16-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 563

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-17-37 TO 02-02-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 564

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-03-37 TO 02-14-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 565

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-15-37 TO 04-16-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 566

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-17-37 TO 05-19-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 567

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-20-37 TO 06-08-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 568

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-09-37 TO 07-01-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 569

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-02-37 TO 08-03-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 570

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-04-37 TO 09-05-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 65, item 571

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-06-37 TO 09-25-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 572

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-26-37 TO 10-22-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 573

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-23-37 TO 11-24-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 574

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-25-37 TO 12-25-37

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 575

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-26-37 TO 01-27-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 576

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-28-38 TO 03-01-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 577

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-02-38 TO 04-15-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 578

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-15-38 TO 05-14-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 66, item 579

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-15-38 TO 06-14-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 580

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-15-38 TO 07-17-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 581

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-18-38 TO 11-28-38

Log Type:

DECK

Comments:

LAID UP
Box 67, item 582

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-29-38 TO 12-23-38

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 583

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-24-38 TO 01-24-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 584

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-25-39 TO 02-25-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 585

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-26-39 TO 03-19-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 586

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-20-39 TO 04-14-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 587

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-15-39 TO 05-14 39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 67, item 588

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-15-39 TO 06-16-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 589

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-17-39 TO 07-09-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 590

PRESIDENT HARRISON 07-10-39 TO 08-04-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 591

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-05-39 TO 09-03-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 592

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-04-39 TO 10-06-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 593

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-07-39 TO 10-31-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 594

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-01-39 TO 11-25-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 595

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-26-39 TO 12-26-39

Log Type:

DECK
Box 68, item 596

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-27-39 TO 01-28-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 69, item 597

PRESIDENT HARRISON 01-29-40 TO 02-23-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 69, item 598

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-24-40 TO 03-20-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 69, item 599

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-21-40 TO 04-22-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 69, item 600

PRESIDENT HARRISON 04-23-40 TO 05-25-40

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DECK
Box 69, item 601

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-26-40 TO 06-19-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 69, item 602

PRESIDENT HARRISON 08-22-40 TO 09-23-40

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DECK
Box 69, item 603

PRESIDENT HARRISON 09-24-40 TO 10-26-40

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DECK
Box 69, item 604

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-27-40 TO 11-26-40

Log Type:

DECK
Box 69, item 605

PRESIDENT HARRISON 11-27-40 TO 12-30-40

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DECK
Box 70, item 606

PRESIDENT HARRISON 12-31-40 TO 02-01-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 70, item 607

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-02-41 TO 02-23 41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 70, item 608

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-24-41 TO 03-28-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 70, item 609

PRESIDENT HARRISON 03-29-41 TO 04-30-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 70, item 610

PRESIDENT HARRISON 05-01-41 TO 06-04-41

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DECK
Box 70, item 611

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-05-41 TO 06-24-41

Log Type:

DECK
Box 70, item 612

PRESIDENT HARRISON 06-25-41 TO 07-27-41

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DECK

Comments:

LOST TO JAP YANGTZE
Box 70, item 613

PRESIDENT HARRISON 10-01-41 TO 10-09-41

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DECK

Comments:

RIVER 12/9/41
Box 219, item 1850

PRESIDENT HARRISON 02-07-32 TO 05-28-32

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ENGINEER'S
Box 219, item 1851

PRESIDENT HAYES 12-02-29 TO 01-05-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH

Comments:

1ST OF THIS NAME
Box 219, item 1852

PRESIDENT HAYES 01-01-30 TO 02-14-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 219, item 1853

PRESIDENT HAYES 01-01-30 TO 02-02-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 219, item 1854

PRESIDENT HAYES 02-15-30 TO 03-13-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 219, item 1855

PRESIDENT HAYES 02-03-30 TO 03-09-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 219, item 1856

PRESIDENT HAYES 03-13-30 TO 04-15-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 219, item 1857

PRESIDENT HAYES 03-10-30 TO 04-15-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 219, item 1858

PRESIDENT HAYES 04-16-30 TO 05-22 30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 219, item 1859

PRESIDENT HAYES 04-16-30 TO 05-22-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 219, item 1860

PRESIDENT HAYES 05-22-30 TO 06-27-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 219, item 1861

PRESIDENT HAYES 06-28-30 TO 07-31-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1862

PRESIDENT HAYES 07-31-30 TO 09-05-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1863

PRESIDENT HAYES 09-06-30 TO 10-09-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1864

PRESIDENT HAYES 10-09-30 TO 11-14-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1865

PRESIDENT HAYES 11-15-30 TO 12-19-30

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1866

PRESIDENT HAYES 12-20-30 TO 01-25-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1867

PRESIDENT HAYES 01-26-31 TO 03-02-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1868

PRESIDENT HAYES 03-03-31 TO 04-07-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S ROUGH
Box 220, item 1869

PRESIDENT HAYES 03-03-31 TO 04-07-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S SMOOTH
Box 220, item 1870

PRESIDENT HAYES 04-08-31 TO 05-14-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1871

PRESIDENT HAYES 06-20-31 TO 07-13-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 220, item 1872

PRESIDENT HAYES 07-14-31 TO 08-16-31

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CHIEF OFFICER'S
Box 70, item 614

PRESIDENT HAYES 08-17-31 TO 09-21-31

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DECK
Box 71, item 615

PRESIDENT HAYES 09-22-31 TO 10-26-31

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DECK
Box 71, item 616

PRESIDENT HAYES 10-27-31 TO 10-31-31

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DECK
Box 71, item 617

PRESIDENT HAYES 11-01-31 TO 12-16-31

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DECK
Box 71, item 618

PRESIDENT HAYES 12-17-31 TO 01-20-32

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DECK
Box 71, item 619

PRESIDENT HAYES 01-21-32 TO 02-21-32

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DECK
Box 71, item 620

PRESIDENT HAYES 02-21-32 TO 03-25-32

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DECK
Box 71, item 621

PRESIDENT HAYES 03-26-32 TO 04-30-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 71, item 622

PRESIDENT HAYES 05-01-32 TO 06-10-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 71, item 623

PRESIDENT HAYES 07-16-32 TO 08-26-32

Log Type:

DECK
Box 72, item 624

PRESIDENT HAYES 08-27-32 TO 10-02-32

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DECK