Correspondence, memoranda, lists, contracts,
inventories, military and naval orders, and plans regarding the early administration
and curriculum of the Naval War College, new building construction, and items
relating to the establishment of a naval coaling station in Narraganset Bay. Also
included are journals and letterpress copybooks kept by past NWC presidents Charles
Stockton and French Chadwick.
Naval War College (U.S.). Naval Historical Collection
This collection documents the activities of Karen
Idoine between 1996-2005 in her position as the curator of the Nature Lab, and
primarily contains information pertaining to the planning and execution of events
sponsored by the Nature Lab.
Elizabeth Johnson Perry was an African-American domestic worker in New York. The papers date between 1937-1967 and contain letters, greeting cards, financial records, photographs, a scrapbook, and museum objects.
This collection consists of one letter from William Ellery (1727-1827), collector of the port of Newport, Rhode Island, to David L. Barnes (1760-1812), Rhode Island District Attorney, regarding maritime law.
The Fales family letters number thirty six, most of them
sent by Stephen (who often signed himself "Esteban") Smith Fales from his Cuban
plantation to his sister Lydia (Fales) French in Bristol, Rhode Island. Although the
earliest letter dates from 1806, most of the letters were written between 1813 and
1834 from various locations in Cuba.
The collection contains records of the Director,
Educational Director, Executive Vice-President, and Presidents. The records cover
1905-1965 and the bulk of the records document the Royal Bailey Farnum