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The Fondren Library 
Woodson Research Center MS 215
Rice University
P.O. Box 1892
6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77251-1892

 

Berkeley, George C.
Papers, 1808-1813

Correspondence and naval orders.

3 feet

 

Gibbons, J. H.
Papers, 1879-1881

Journal and logbook of USS Adams from San Francisco around Central and South America.

1 volume

 

Gibbons, J. H.
Papers, 1882

Journal and log of a trip by USS Jamestown from San Francisco to Newport, Rhode Island.

1 volume

 

Maclay, Edgar S.
Papers, 1894-1895

Letters to Admiral Stevens.

1 inch

 

Markland, John D.
Papers, 1803-1895

Diary and sketches of John Duff Markland.

1 volume

 

Marshall, John W. P.
Papers, 1802-1908

Correspondence describing Marshall's career, promotions, and battles, including his service during the Napoleonic Wars on board HMS Aboukir in the Gulf of Riga and HMS Shamrock at the siege of Glückstadt, Germany, and during the War of 1812 on board HMS Java, where he was taken prisoner after its defeat by the American frigate Constitution near San Salvador, El Salvador; together with several clippings (1892-1908) concerning the Marshall estate. Correspondents include Sir Arthur Farquhar, writing from HMS Desiree.

1 volume

 

Southerland, William H.
Papers, 1874-1875

Logbook kept by William H.H. Southerland, U.S. naval officer on board USS Tuscarora, on a cruise to Japan and participation in a Japanese coastal survey. Other places visited include San Francisco, California, Hawaii, and Samoa.

1 volume


8 June 2002