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Image of Letter from Major Harold W. Hanley to Warren Hanley - Hanley Family Collection

Letter from Major Harold W. Hanley to Warren Hanley - Hanley Family Collection

Letter from Major Harold W. Hanley to his son, Warren Hanley, regarding life in the remote mining town of Camp Bird in the mountains of Colorado. The author recounts two incidents. The first is of a young man, Wilfred Noel, attempting to ski and snowshoe to town to cash his paycheck and getting lost along the way. The second incident is about a man who became ill with a high fever and had to be treated using "heroic measures".

Image of Letter to Warren T. Hanley from Herbert Hoover - Hanley Family Collection

Letter to Warren T. Hanley from Herbert Hoover - Hanley Family Collection

A one-page letter, typewritten, from Herbert Hoover to Warren T. Hanley. It is dated 12/28/1938. The letter is a response to a letter sent by Mr. Hanley on 12/24/1938. Hoover discusses the fact that people are tired of politics after an election.

Image of Letter from Warren T. Hanley to his son Clair Norton Hanley - Hanley Family Collection

Letter from Warren T. Hanley to his son Clair Norton Hanley - Hanley Family Collection

A one-page letter, from Warren T. Hanley to his son, Clair, on the occasion of his marriage to Helen Torgeson.

Image of Hanley Correspondence - Hanley Family Collection

Hanley Correspondence - Hanley Family Collection

3 Letters 1916 Letter from Major Harold W. Hanley to his son, Warren Hanley, regarding life in the remote mining town of Camp Bird in the mountains of Colorado. The author recounts two incidents. The first is of a young man, Wilfred Noel, attempting to ski and snowshoe to town to cash his paycheck and getting lost along the way. The second incident is about a man who became ill with a high fever and had to be treated using "heroic measures". 1938 A one-page letter, typewritten, from Herbert Hoover to Warren T. Hanley. It is dated 12/28/1938. The letter is a response to a letter sent by Mr. Hanley on 12/24/1938. Hoover discusses the fact that people are tired of politics after an el

Image of Service Separation Certificates - Hanley Family Collection

Service Separation Certificates - Hanley Family Collection

Three certificates dealing with Clair Hanley's separation from service. 1. Thanks of a grateful nation... 2. Certificate of Satisfactory Service 3. Notice of Separation from U.S. Naval Service

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2003.1.4 - Print, Photographic

Crew of the Old "01" U.S.S. PC (C) 1601. Known to the crew as the P.I.B. (Pig Iron Bastard). PC-1601 (USS Fierce) PC-1568 class Submarine Chaser (ex Adroit class Minesweeper): Displacement: 450 tons Length: 173'8" Beam: 23' Draft: 11'7" Speed: 17 knots Armament: 1 3"/50, 1 40mm Complement: 105 Alco diesel engine, twin screws, 1,440 shaft hp. Built at Nashville Bridge and commissioned as AM-97 1943 Converted to Sub Chaser (PC-1601) 1944

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2003.1.6 - Print, Photographic

An American naval officer, Jack Tangney, examines an abandoned Japanese aircraft on the Luzon Airfield after it was captured in 1945. The plane is in very poor condition and there are palm trees in the background. Handwritten note in pencil on back of photo reads, "Luzon Air strip - Jan 1945".

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2003.1.7 - Print, Photographic

Unidentified crewmen aboard the U.S.S. PC (C) 1601. PC-1601 (USS Fierce) PC-1568 class Submarine Chaser (ex Adroit class Minesweeper): Displacement: 450 tons Length: 173'8" Beam: 23' Draft: 11'7" Speed: 17 knots Armament: 1 3"/50, 1 40mm Complement: 105 Alco diesel engine, twin screws, 1,440 shaft hp. Built at Nashville Bridge and commissioned as AM-97 1943 Converted to Sub Chaser (PC-1601) 1944

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2003.1.8 - Print, Photographic

Gunner at battle station on the 1601. PC-1601 (USS Fierce) PC-1568 class Submarine Chaser (ex Adroit class Minesweeper): Displacement: 450 tons Length: 173'8" Beam: 23' Draft: 11'7" Speed: 17 knots Armament: 1 3"/50, 1 40mm Complement: 105 Alco diesel engine, twin screws, 1,440 shaft hp. Built at Nashville Bridge and commissioned as AM-97 1943 Converted to Sub Chaser (PC-1601) 1944

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2003.1.9 - Print, Photographic

The U.S.S. PC (C) 1601 coming into an unidentified port. This ship was known to its crew as the P.I.B. (Pig Iron Bastard). PC-1601 (USS Fierce) PC-1568 class Submarine Chaser (ex Adroit class Minesweeper): Displacement: 450 tons Length: 173'8" Beam: 23' Draft: 11'7" Speed: 17 knots Armament: 1 3"/50, 1 40mm Complement: 105 Alco diesel engine, twin screws, 1,440 shaft hp. Built at Nashville Bridge and commissioned as AM-97 1943 Converted to Sub Chaser (PC-1601) 1944

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2003.1.10 - Print, Photographic

Officers of the "1601" known to its crew as the P.I.B. (Pig Iron Bastard). left to right: Bill Crane, Frank Picard, Jack Tangney, Bert Hearn, Dick Newell. PC-1601 (USS Fierce) PC-1568 class Submarine Chaser (ex Adroit class Minesweeper): Displacement: 450 tons Length: 173'8" Beam: 23' Draft: 11'7" Speed: 17 knots Armament: 1 3"/50, 1 40mm Complement: 105 Alco diesel engine, twin screws, 1,440 shaft hp. Built at Nashville Bridge and commissioned as AM-97 1943 Converted to Sub Chaser (PC-1601) 1944

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2003.1.11 - Print, Photographic

Crew member from the "1601" in village at Luzon.

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2003.1.16 - Print, Photographic

Lt. Clair Hanley and his bride, Helen. 1944.