John S. Tate Papers, 1939-1980
Collection — Box: 1
The collection contains ninety-seven documents, eighty-nine of which are Certificates of Discharge issued by the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation of the United States Coast Guard during the period from 1939 to 1980. Ports mentioned include New York, Baltimore and Houston. Among the names of ships are the STEEL SURVEYOR and the STEEL AGE. The remaining documents consists of other types of certificates and licenses related to Tate's career.
- 1939 - 1980
- Tate, John Still, 1919- (Person)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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.21 Linear Feet (One half sized archival document box. )
John S. Tate was born in New York on September 30, 1919. In later life he moved upstate to Warwick. Upon graduating from Maritime in 1939 with a concentration in the Deck Department course of studies, he began a long career as a merchant marine officer for a number of ship lines sailing to various ports of the country.
Certificates of Discharge have been arranged chronologiaclly.
Stephen B. Luce Library, SUNY Maritime College 6 Pennyfield Avenue Bronx, NY 10465. Phone: (718) 409-7231. Email: email@example.com.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
According to the original finding aid for the collection, "John Stell Tate donated these personal papers to the Stephen B. Luce Library Archives in November 1996." However, a deed or letter of ackonwledgement for the gift has not yet been located.
Certifcates generally measure 8" x 4.5 inches
- John S. Tate Papers, 1939-1980
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- Original finding aid had no author or date. Description updated and entered into ArchivesSpace by Annie Tummino in July 2017.