United States. Navy
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 1034-088
Identifier: AMN 1010
Abstract James Raymond Logan (1874-1958) was the first native Charlestonian to receive a civil service appointment for work at the Charleston Navy Yard, and was the first African American appointee. Logan also directed Logan's Military Band and the choirs of Calvary Protestant Episcopal Church and Zion Presbyterian Church.This collection includes newspaper clippings, programs, photographs and correspondence that originally comprised two scrapbooks (now disbound) created by James Raymond...
Identifier: Mss 0082
Collection Overview Collection contains 8 scrapbooks from different time periods in Stern's life: (1) 1927-1934: While at Columbia Grammar School in New York City. (2) 1950-1953: Officer in Charge of the Norfolk Fuel Supply Depot (1950-1952) and while serving at Pearl Harbor (1953). (3) 1959-1962: Presentation album entitled "Captain Theodore S. Stern, ESO, 1959-1962" documenting his work as Operations Officer of the Electronics Supply Office, Great Lakes. (4) 1965-1967: Commander of the Naval Supply Center,...
Identifier: Mss 0125
Abstract The papers contain writings, biographical materials, correspondence, and photographs documenting the life of John Asbury Zeigler, Jr., poet, music philanthropist, and co-owner of the Book Basement bookstore in Charleston, S.C. Materials relate to Zeigler’s education at the Citadel, and his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II in Yakutat, Alaska. The papers also cover Zeigler’s relationship with Edwin Peacock, their friendship with lithographer Prentiss Taylor and his partner Roderick...