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George Albert Converse Papers and Photographs, 1861-1897

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    • 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;...
    • [Telegraph to George Converse from Augustus Case]

    • Case, Augustus Ludlow, 1813-1893
    • September 15, 1871
    • In this telegraph, Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance Augustus Ludlow Case orders George Converse to proceed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to witness casting of fifteen inch guns and to return to his duty after completed.
    • [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 Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • March 15, 1889
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to Washington, D. C., and to report to Medical Director F. M. Gunnell for examination as to physical qualifications to perform duties at sea.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • March 15, 1889
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to report to Commodore Aaron W. Weaver, U. S. Navy, President of the Naval Examining Board, at the Navy Department, Washington, D. C., for examination preliminary to...
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • January 27, 1890
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy notifies George Converse to continue in the discharge of present duties until April 30, 1890.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • March 21, 1890
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy appoints George Converse a Member of the Board, of which Commander T. F. Jewell is Senior Member, and orders him to proceed to Providence, R. I., and report to Commander Jewell for his duty, and...
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • June 11, 1890
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to detach from Special duty in Bristol, R. I., proceed to the Navy Yard, New York, and report to the Commandant on July 1 for the command of the U. S. Steamer Enterprise.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • July 1, 1890
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to College Point, Long Island, N. Y., and report to Commander T. F. Jewell for temporary duty in connection with the Board for the trial of the Patrick Torpedo...
    • [Letter to George Converse from James Soley]

    • Soley, James Russell, 1850-1911
    • August 12, 1890
    • In this letter, Acting Secretary of the Navy James Soley orders George Converse to proceed to College Point, N. Y. and report to Commander T. F. Jewell for duty as Member of the Board and on its completion, return to New York and resume present...
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • September 13, 1890
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to Bristol, R. I., to consult with Herreshoff Manufacturing Company in relation to new torpedo boats to be built for the Government.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Bancroft Gherardi]

    • Gherardi, Bancroft, 1832-1903
    • May 24, 1891
    • In this letter, Rear Admiral Bancroft Gherardi orders George Converse to proceed to Washington, D. C., and present the report on the old city of Isabelle to the Honorable Secretary of Navy.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • June 3, 1891
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to Washington, D. C., and report in person at the Department for temporary duty and on its completion return to New York and resume present duties.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • July 2, 1891
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to Washington, D. C., and report to the Chief Bureau of Ordnance for assigned duties.
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • September 10, 1891
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania on temporary duty in connection with torpedo work, and upon completion, to return to Washington, D. C., and resume his present...
    • [Letter to George Converse from Benjamin Tracy]

    • Tracy, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1830-1915
    • November 21, 1892
    • In this letter, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Tracy orders George Converse to proceed to Chicago, Illinois on temporary duty in connection with witnessing a test of Baker torpedo boat, and upon completion, to return to Washington, D. C., and...
    • [Letter to Caspar Goodrich from Montgomery Sicard]

    • Sicard, Montgomery, 1836-1900
    • April 13, 1888
    • In this letter, Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance Montgomery Sicard notifies Commander Caspar Goodrich of a new Herreshoff boiler, specially designed for torpedo boat service and for use in Navy launches that has been installed in a boat belonging to...

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