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Background Investigation Report

Investigation Report

June 12, 1942

Captain Thomas H. Newman, also called "Captain Tom," was the subject of this background investigation due to his inquiries...

Tags: Florida | Investigations | World War II
Investigation of Possible Enemy Beach Landing

enemy beach landing

June 11, 1942

Investigation reports were completed for any observed suspicious activities or personnel in the district. This particular report...

Tags: Florida | Intelligence Service | Investigations | World War II
Letter of Recommendation Noting Nazi Sympathies

Letter of Recommendation

March 15, 1942

Along with Alfred Uhley's application for employment at the Naval Station in Key West, Mr. Serogin received this letter...

Tags: Florida | Intelligence Service | Investigations | World War II
The New Yorker Advertisement

The New Yorker Advertisement

November 22, 1941

This advertisement was printed on several pages in The New Yorker on November 22, 1941, two weeks before the Pearl Harbor...

Tags: Intelligence Service | World War II
New Yorker Ad Investigation

New Yorker Ad Investigation

August 14, 1942

Almost a year after an ad was published in The New Yorker on November 22, 1941, Naval Intelligence investigated...

Tags: Georgia | Intelligence Service | World War II
Message in a Bottle

Message in a Bottle

May 25, 1943

Captain J.H. Tucker found this note inside a bottle floating in the St. Johns River on May 25, 1943. Because the bottle was a suspicious object...

Tags: Florida | Intelligence Service | World War II
Violation of Navy Censorship Regulations

Censorship Regulations

February 8, 1943

Elizabeth Davis, a teacher at Kirby-Smith Junior High School in Jacksonville, organized the Victory Club whose members wrote letters...

Tags: Censorship | South Carolina | World War II
Letter from Kirby-Smith Junior High

Letter to Sailor

December 5, 1942

As a member of the Victory Club at Kirby-Smith Junior High School in Jacksonville, Mary Harrell wrote this letter to...

Tags: Censorship | Florida | World War II
Women at the Augusta Arsenal

Augusta Arsenal Women

ca. 1944

During World War II, the Augusta Arsenal in Augusta, GA employed over 1000 people, many of them female workers who performed...

Tags: Georgia | Ordnance Facilities | Women | World War II
Women's Army Corps (WAC) Reenlistment Ceremony

Reenlistment Ceremony

August 2, 1943

About 150,000 women served in Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) and Women's Army Corps (WAC) detachments...

Tags: South Carolina | Women | World War II