Papers, 1905-1942.

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Kalbfus, Edward C. (Edward Clifford), 1877-1954. Papers, 1905-1942.

Papers, 1905-1942.

U.S. Navy commissioning certificates to the ranks of LT, RADM, VADM, ADM, and ADM on retired list, 1905-1942.

5 items; folio.

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