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Arthur M. Tode Papers, 1908-1975

 Collection
Identifier: AP-0005
Overview Tode was a 1912 graduate of New York Nautical School (now SUNY Maritime College), and later served as an instructor and Chief Engineer at the school. He was known for his advocacy of a strong Merchant Marine, especially through his leadership of the Propeller Club, which he built into an influential national organization. Materials include correspondence, publications, diary extracts, clippings, photographs, medals, and other career related documents.

Cecil Northrop Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AP-0024
Content Description This collection provides an intimate picture of Cecil Northrop's life at sea in the 1920s as a cadet in traning and merchant mariner. Northrop kept extensive diaries (handwritten and typed) where he recorded his impressions of life aboard the ship, foreign ports visited, people he met on his travels, and relationships with friends, family, and love interests. It appears Northrop was compiling some of the manuscripts into essays, and viewed his writing as part of the great sea narrative...

Empire State I Logbooks, 1931-1941

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CA-RG1-0005
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the logbooks from the U.S.S Empire State one of the training ships used by the New York State Nautical School (now SUNY Maritime College) to train young men for the merchant marines and the naval reserves. A ship’s logbook is a daily record of the ship’s course, speed and location. Navigational, piloting and other notable events occurring in and around the ship are also recorded in a ship’s logbook. Logbooks serve as a reminder to the officers of the deck of their...

Frederick S. McMurray Papers, 1890-1958

 Collection
Identifier: AP-0003
Overview The collection documents the career and life of Frederick S. McMurray (1879-1958), beginning with his training at the New York Nautical School (now the SUNY Maritime College) on the Schoolship "St. Mary's" through his years as an instructor at the New York Nautical School and his service with the United States Navy.

George M. Wauchope Papers, circa 1920s-1970s

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AP-0008
Overview This collection consists of correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks documenting Wauchope's distinguished maritime career, including active duty during World War II.

John S. Tate Papers, 1939-1980

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: AP-0010
Contents of Collection 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.

Marine Society of the City of New York Records, 1769-1990s

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-0010
Overview Records of the Marine Society of the City of New York, an organization established in 1770 to provide relief for distressed ship masters, or their widows and children, and to promote maritime knowledge.

Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc. Scrapbooks and Advertising Proofs, 1929-1970

 Collection
Identifier: SC-0012
Overview The Moore-McCormack Lines shipping company was established in New York in 1913 by steamship operators Albert V. Moore and Emmet J. McCormack to charter ships for trade services. The Moore-McCormack Lines Scrapbook Collection contains 62 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings from various national and international newspapers that focus on the history of the MooreMcCormack Lines from 1929 to 1970. The collection also includes a scrapbook that commemorates the company’s 50th anniversary in 1963 and...

St. Mary's Schoolship Records, 1853-1958

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CA-RG1-0001
Scope and Contents The schoolship St. Mary's, a square-rigged sloop-of war was used by the New York Nautical School from 1874-1908 to train young men for careers in the Merchant Marines and the Naval Reserves. Materials in the collection include letters and documents regarding the creation of the New York Nautical School and the transfer of the St. Mary's to the New York City Board of Education. Also included are administrative documents regarding the running of the school; cruise itineraries; student log books...

SUNY Maritime College Conduct Books, 1875-1950

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: CA-RG8-0003
Contents of the Collection This collection contains the Conduct Books of the New York Nautical School (now SUNY Maritime College). The Conduct Books are large register volumes where the administrators of the school recorded when a student misbehaved or broke school rules. A typical entry in these books includes the student’s name, the date of they entered to the school, a list of offences committed by the student with the date of the offence and the punishment the student received. Some examples of offences include...

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