Information in the trial of Criminal Case No. Frank DeLuca, defendant. The document states that, per the affidavit of Walter E. Payne, Federal Prohibition Agent, DeLuca possessed "for beverage purposes," 71 pints and 17 gallons of whiskey, and one gallon of alcohol, in violation of the National Prohibition Act. DeLuca, Frank. Displaying 1 - 8 of 8. Kefauver Committee Exhibit No. Memorandum re: Joseph DeLuca. Memorandum re: Frank DeLuca. Frank DeLuca Mugshot.
Frank DeLuca: Report of Trial. Frank DeLuca: Information. Often you may find pictures of individuals in yearbooks or cruise books. Below is a listing of the resources available in the Navy Department Library.
Sam Pallino and Joseph DiGiovanna, defendants. Martin, Harvey Storms, Manning Wilcox, defendants. David Michael Beardsley, Leo S. Pencil and sepia wash.
These annual publications contain photos of the midshipmen and often a short description of their time at the academy. Various years are held in the Navy Department Library. The Alumni Association website offers a locator service to members of their online community.
A complete description of the collection is available through this link. They are arranged by year and company. A description of the collection and our holdings can be found in this link. Cruise Books - Cruise books are a pictorial history documenting the daily life and voyages of a ship's crew. In addition to ships cruise books the library also holds many SeaBee unit cruise books as well as Aviation Squadron cruise books.
These books are not available for purchase. Searching for award or casualty information may be done through either online resources or in print resources. The military service records obtained through the National Personnel Records Center will also contain information on the awards earned by the individual.
Navy Awards website is a resource for both individual and unit awards. The website offers a Personal Awards History database that may be queried by name and either social security number for those who served after and serial or service number who served prior to They are conveniently categorized by war or conflict, and the site also provides additional information on the Medal of Honor.
This website features a database that may be searched by name for those who lost their lives and are buried overseas from World War I to Vietnam. The collection consists of copies of citations on index sized cards. They are filed alphabetically by name and categorized by war or conflict. Washington, DC: Department of the Navy, Karig, Walter. Battle Report.
Stringer, Harry R. Washington, D. Wise, James E.
They are categorized by types of death and year. These listings contain the names, rank, ship or shore station they were assigned upon death, and the location of the incident. Some volumes provide more details regarding the incidents. The library also holds bound copies of excerpts from the hard copy World War II casualty cards held at the National Archives and Record Administration.
These bound copies are categorized by Armed Guard casualties by operation and chronologic order, High-Speed Destroyer casualties, and Destroyer Escort casualties. Official Register of the United States - This is a listing of persons employed by the Federal Government, organized by branch, department, agency and office. The project offers a database that may be searched by name and seven other categories, including branch of service and war.
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Moffett, William Adger, Jr. Momsen, Charles B. Pirie, Robert Burns, Sr. Pirie, Robert Burns, Jr. Rickover, Hyman G. Riefkohl, Frederick L. Underwood, Herbert Whitwell Ungar, J.