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Cruise Books of the United States Navy in World War II
A Bibliography

NAVAL HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHIES, NO. 2


Coast Guard Units

Coast Guard (general)

"They Have to Go Out...But They Don't Have to Come Back". United States Coast Guard. N.p. [1945?]. 40 pp., multicolor heavy paper cover with illustration, 28.4 x 41.6 cm, photos. USCGPA. This book covers Coast Guard wartime activities in general.

Coast Guard Auxiliary, Camden, New Jersey

Wartime History of Flotilla No. 25, 1942-1945. Ens. (T) John T. Dwyer, USCGR. N.p., [1946?]. 165 pp., blue hardcover with gold printing, 20.3 x 14 cm, photos, ports., roster. USCGA.

Coast Guard Flotilla 1-412

The Battle of Boston Harbor: A Wartime History of Flotilla 1- 412. Winthrop, Mass.: John H. Fenton. 1946. Controvich 1992. No known copy location.

Coast Guard Philadelphia Regiment Volunteer Port Security Force

The History of the Philadelphia Regiment Volunteer Port Security Force. Lt. John F. Gummere, USCGR. Philadelphia: International Printing Co., 1946. 156 pp. plus 24 pp. of photos, blue softcover with gold printing and shield, 22.8 x 15.2 cm, photos, ports., officer roster. Smith: 9267. Private location.

Coast Guard Recruiting Station, 3rd Naval District, Ellis Island, New York

The Coast Guard on Ellis Island. Frank K. Costa, ed. New York: Academy Photo Offset Inc., [1946?]. 44 leaves, light blue hardcover with dark blue printing of Coast Guard emblem, 28.5 x 22.4 cm, photos, ports. USCGPA.

Coast Guard SPARS

Three Years Behind the Mast: The Story of the United States Coast Guard Spars. March C. Lyne. Washington, D.C.: 1946. 126 pp., Controvich 1992. No known copy location.

Coast Guard Temporary Reserve, 1st Naval District, Boston, Massachusetts

The Coast Guard's TRs First Naval District. Malcolm F. Willougby. Boston: Charles E. Louriat Co., 1945. 247 pp., Controvich 1992. No known copy location.

Coast Guard Temporary Reserve 5A, 1st Naval District, Boston, Massachusetts

Reminiscences of Your Hitch in the United States Coast Guard During World War II, 1941-1945: A Pictorial Record of USCG Temporary Reserve Activities in Division 5A, First Naval District. Cover: Temporary Reserve, Division 5A--First Naval District. Clifton A. Follansbee, ed. Boston: December 1946. N.p., n.d. 96 pp., blue hardcover with gold printing and gold coast guard emblem, 23.3 x 29.7 cm, photos, ports., map. Smith: 9250. Private collection.

Coast Guard Temporary Reserve, 13th Naval District, Seattle, Washington

Norwester: Annual Edition, 1945. Cover: Norwester. Ens. Dan P. Cheney, ed. Claude Walter, publisher. Seattle: 1945. 139 pp., multicolor hardcover with U.S. and Coast Guard flags and gold printing, 27.5 x 21.4 cm, photos, ports., map, rosters. Private collection.

Coast Guard Training Station, Atlantic City, New Jersey

U.S. Coast Guard Training Station, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Baton Rouge: Army & Navy Publishing Co., n.d. Army & Navy Publishing Co. List. No known copy location.

Coast Guard Training Station, Fort McHenry, Maryland

U.S. Coast Guard Training Station, Fort McHenry, Maryland. Cover: The Vulcan Log, United States Coast Guard Fort McHenry, Maryland. Anon. Baton Rouge: Army & Navy Publishing Co., [1946?]. Army & Navy Publishing Co. List. 30 leaves, embossed blue hardcover with gold printing and emblem, 30.7 x 23 cm, photos, ports, rosters. USCGA.

Coast Guard Training Station, Groton, Connecticut

U.S. Coast Guard Training Station, Groton, Connecticut. Cover: U.S. Coast Guard Training Station, Groton, Conn., 1944, United States Coast Guard 1790. Anon. Baton Rouge: Army & Navy Publishing Co., 1944. 84 pp., embossed blue hardcover with gold printing and shield, 30.8 x 23.3 cm, photos, ports., roster. Army & Navy Publishing Co. List. USCGA.

U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut

1940 Tide Rips. Cover: Tide Rips. Joseph James McClelland and William Kehr Earle, eds. Buffalo, N.Y.: Baker Jones Hausauer Inc. (printer), The Corps of Cadets of the USGC Academy, 1940. 221 pp., black hardcover with black printing and shield, 31 x 23.5 cm, photos, ports., senior roster. USCGA.

1941 Tide Rips: The Yearbook of the Cadet Corps of the United States Coast Guard Academy. Cover: Tide Rips. Whitney Matthews Prall, Jr. and John Stans, eds. Buffalo, N.Y.: Baker Jones Hausauer Inc. (printer), The Corps of Cadets of the USGC Academy, 1941. 207 pp., embossed blue hardcover with gold printing and ship silhouette, 31 x 23.8 cm, photos, ports., senior roster. USCGA.

1942 Tide Rips 1943, United States Coast Guard Academy. Cover: Tide Rips 1942-43. Kenneth E. Wilson, ed. Rochester, N.Y.: Leo Hart Co. (printer), 1943. 285 pp., embossed brown hardcover with gold printing, 31 x 24 cm, photos, ports., senior roster. USCGA.

Tide Rips 1944: The Annual Publication of the Corps of Cadets, United States Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut. James P. Van Etten, ed. N.p., 1944. Blue and gray hardcover with embossed gold eagle emblem, 31.8 x 24.3 cm, photos, ports., senior roster. USCGA.

Tide Rips 1945: The Annual Publication of the Corps of Cadets, United States Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut. Cover: United States Coast Guard Academy. Anon. New York: Hibbert Printing Co., 1945. 275 pp., embossed blue hardcover with gold emblem, 31.2 x 24 cm, photos, ports., senior roster. USCGA.

Tide Rips: Chronicles the Parade of Events During Our Three Years As Cadets at the United States Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut, Class of 1946. Anon. New York: Hibbert Printing Co., 1946. 266 pp., embossed blue hardcover with gold printing and shield, 31.2 x 23.7 cm, photos, ports., senior roster. USCGA.