Papers, 1883-1967.


Taussig, Joseph K. (Joseph Knefler), 1877-1947. Papers, 1883-1967.

Papers, 1883-1967.

Personal correspondence with parents, relatives from U.S. Naval Academy, on Great White Fleet cruise; other letters regarding family matters; official Navy and career correspondence, with letters sent and received regarding testimony before the U.S. Naval Senate regarding possibility of war with Japan. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1917-1940; fitness and medical reports, 1901-1947; diaries aboard USS Wadsworth, 1917, USS Little, 1918 and USS Trenton, 1927; diaries, regarding naval career, record and address books, 1908-1940; subject files regarding commissary of USS Joseph K. Taussig (DE 1030) 195 and Admiral Edward D. Taussig, and supposed flag raising on Wake Island, 1898, career and personal photographs, 1183-1947; miscellany, including citations and certificates, 1899-1967; newspaper clippings, 1895-1950; books; articles and unpublished manuscript entitled The Queenstown Patrol, 1917, the Journal of CDR Joseph K. Taussig, USN, by Paul Ryan.

6 linear ft. (14 boxes)

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