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George Albert Converse Papers and Photographs, 1861-1897

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    • [Letter to Theodore Roosevelt from George Converse]

    • Converse, George Albert, 1844-1909
    • May 23, 1897
    • This document is a 21 page letter from General Inspector of Torpedo Boats Numbers 6 and 7 George Converse to Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt reporting on the Torpedo Boat Porter.
    • [Letter to George Dewey from George Converse, et. al.]

    • Converse, George Albert, 1844-1909; Greene, Albert S., 1838-1896; Armistead, Samuel W.; Wilkes, Gilbert, 1865-1901
    • February 13, 1890
    • This is a letter from Commander George Converse reporting to the Chief of the Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting George Dewey the findings of the process in use by the Thomson Electric Welding Company of Boston for welding metals and reports as to...
    • [Letter to Benjamin Tracy from George Converse]

    • Converse, George Albert, 1844-1909
    • October 29, 1890
    • This is a 6 page letter from George Converse to Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy responding to the communication from the Bureau of Ordnance No. 1209 about the survey on the boilers of the Cushing, expressing his comments and suggestions.
    • Description and Tests of Electrical Appliances, Monitor No. 10, U.S.S. Wyoming

    • United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Construction and Repair
    • 1902
    • This 136 page document consists of test reports, descriptions, information, and blueprints relating to the U.S.S. Wyoming. The Table of Contents includes sections on Turret Turning Gear; Endless Chain Ammunition Hoists; Ammunition Whip Hoist;...
    • [Letter to George Converse from David Porter]

    • Porter, David D. (David Dixon), 1813-1891
    • September 25, 1865
    • In this letter, Rear Admiral David Porter notifies George Converse he is detached from the Naval Academy and awaiting orders.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Thornton Jenkins]

    • Jenkins, Thornton A. (Thornton Alexander), 1811-1893
    • November 15, 1865
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation and Office of Navigation Thornton Jenkins orders George Converse to proceed to Boston, Massachusetts and report to Rear Admiral Stringham for duty aboard the U. S. Steamer Canandaigua.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Augustus Case]

    • Case, Augustus Ludlow, 1813-1893
    • August 16, 1869
    • In this letter, Acting Chief of Bureau of Navigation and Office Detail A. Ludlow Case orders George Converse to proceed to Washington, D.C. and report to the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation for special duty.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Daniel Ammen]

    • Ammen, Daniel, 1820-1898
    • February 13, 1872
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation and Office of Detail Daniel Ammen notifies George Converse of the modifications of his route to join the Asiatic Fleet.
    • [Letter to George Robeson from Thornton Jenkins]

    • Jenkins, Thornton A. (Thornton Alexander), 1811-1893
    • December 11, 1873
    • In this letter, Rear Admiral Thornton A. Jenkins informs Secretary of the Navy George M. Robeson that George Converse has discharged important and various duties in a manner satisfactory to the Rear Admiral and credible to himself.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Thornton Jenkins]

    • Jenkins, Thornton A. (Thornton Alexander), 1811-1893
    • December 12, 1873
    • In this letter, Rear Admiral Thornton A. Jenkins orders George Converse to detach from the Asiatic Station and proceed to the United States to report to the Honorable Secretary of the Navy.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Daniel Ammen]

    • Ammen, Daniel, 1820-1898
    • May 26, 1874
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation Daniel Ammen orders George Converse to proceed to Newport, Rhode Island and report to Captain E. Simpson for duty at the Torpedo Station.
    • [Letter to William Jeffers from Daniel Ammen]

    • Ammen, Daniel, 1820-1898
    • July 24, 1876
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation Daniel Ammen informs Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance William N. Jeffers of the gratifying report received in regard to signal experiments made at the U. S. Torpedo Station with the Farmer Dynamo...
    • [Letter to George Converse from Kidder Breese]

    • Breese, Kidder Randolph, 1831-1881
    • February 26, 1877
    • In this letter, Captain Kidder Breese orders George Converse to report to Navy Yard for the purpose of putting in the remainder of the Electrical Apparatus for the Trenton.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Daniel Ammen]

    • Ammen, Daniel, 1820-1898
    • September 24, 1877
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation orders George Converse to detach from Torpedo duty and proceed to Philadelphia to report to Rear Admiral LeRoy for duty as Executive of U. S. S. Marrion.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Daniel Ammen]

    • Ammen, Daniel, 1820-1898
    • September 29, 1877
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation Daniel Ammen modifies George Converse's September 29, 1877 orders. He is ordered to delay two weeks in England and visit establishments for manufacture of Torpedo appliances as he can gain admission...

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