Read all about USCGC Northland's general description, specifications and time line.

Notes:

1. Latitude/longitude, including for days in port, show representative decimal positions for each day, as calculated by the Old Weather project's analysis program. As such, they differ by varying amounts from the positions recorded, usually at noon, in the log pages. In addition, some latitudes/longitudes have been amended in edited logs for errors in the logs, for errors in identifying locations by the analysis program, or simply for greater accuracy. In all cases, refer to the log-page scans for the positions as originally recorded. Not all log pages contain this information and the ships' positions have therefore often been estimated.

2. Full account of any day is available by clicking on the link above that day. Any groups of links may refer to log book covers and introductory information; some may be blank.

3. Logbook events have been formatted but not edited. The quality and quantity of transcribed information therefore varies, and may include up to 3 versions of the same data depending on the number of volunteers working on the originals.


LOGS FOR JANUARY 1934


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1 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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2 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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3 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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4 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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5 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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6 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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7 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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8 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.77, Long -116.99


09.05:

10.57: Soledal Gha bearing 70° true, distance 3.5 miles. c/c 338 pgc

12.35: Todos Santos Light abeam to starboad, distance 5 miles

16.00: 242 pgc

19.10: Anchored in San Diego

21.15:

22.30: Point Loma brg 20° true, distance 2.75 miles c/c 321 pgc

8AM: Rocky Point, Mexico

10.57: Soledad Rocks bearing 70 true, distance 3.5 miles. c/c 338 pgc

22.30: Point Loma brg 20 true, distance 2.75 miles c/c 321 pgc


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9 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


06.29: 325 pgc

07.52: 335 pgc

09.20: Secured to dock, San Pedro

Noon: San Pedro


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10 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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11 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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12 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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13 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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14 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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15 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


17.00:

17.30: 152 pgc

Noon: San Pedro


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16 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


08.50: Todos Santos Island Light abeam to port, dist 11 miles

0820-0852: 0820 cc 135 pgc 0852 cc 140 pgc

09.18: 135 pgc

11.50: Anchored off San Isidos Point. Mountain range brg 07° T and 57.5° T

10.05: cc 139

11.50: Anchored off San Isidos Point. Mountain range brg 07 T and 57.5 T


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17 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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18 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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19 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


24.00: There is no weather record for this hour like there should be.


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20 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


24.00: There is no weather record for this hour like there should be.


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21 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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22 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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23 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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24 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


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25 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 31.32, Long -116.55


13.10:

13.15: 315 pgc

16.43: Todos Santo Light bearing 44° T, dist 12 miles 332° pgc

21.00: Light south end of South Coronado Island, brg 35° true, dist 9 mi

16.43: Todos Santo Light bearing 44 T, dist 12 miles 332 pgc

21.00: Light south end of South Coronado Island, brg 35 true, dist 9 mi


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26 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


06.10: 343 pgc

08.00: Secured to dock, San Pedro

Noon: San Pedro


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27 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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28 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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29 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


Noon: San Pedro


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30 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 33.71, Long -118.27


13.18:

20.05: 288 pgc

20.05: Anacapa Island light brg 211° T, dist 4.2 miles

18.00: 303 pgc

13.45: 240 pgc

14.00: 279 pgc

14.50: 297 pgc

Noon: San Pedro


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31 January 1934

At/From ???

Lat 35.5, Long -121.47


02.30: Point Conception brg 37° true, dist 7 miles, cc 314 pgc

04.10: Point Arguella brg 60° true, dist 7 miles cc 330 true

17.25: Point Hur Light brg 90° true, dist 8.6 miles cc 336 true

23.48: 347° pgc

23.48: Point Ano Nuevo brg 64° T, Pigeon Point Light brg 31° T

02.30: Point Conception brg 37 true, dist 7 miles, cc 314 pgc

04.10: Point Arguella brg 60 true, dist 7 miles cc 330 true

17.25: Point Sur Light brg 90 true, dist 8.6 miles cc 336 true

23.48: 347 pgc 23.48: Point Ano Nuevo brg 64 T, Pigeon Point Light brg 31 T


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LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1934


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1 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


03.50: Point Montara brg 98° true, dist 7 mi, by radio compass fix

04.25: 2° pgc

07.20: 72° pgc

10.00: Moored at Oakland

Noon: Oakland

03.50: Point Montara brg 98 true, dist 7 mi, by radio compass fix

04.25: 2 pgc

0510 San Francisco LV 0 T 2 mi

07.20: 72 pgc


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2 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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3 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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4 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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5 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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6 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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7 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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8 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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9 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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10 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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11 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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12 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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13 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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14 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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15 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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16 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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17 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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18 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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19 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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20 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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21 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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22 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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23 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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24 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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25 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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26 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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27 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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28 February 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.29


Noon: Oakland


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LOGS FOR MARCH 1934


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1 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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2 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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3 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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4 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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5 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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6 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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7 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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8 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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9 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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10 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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11 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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12 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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13 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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14 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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15 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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16 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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17 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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18 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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19 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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20 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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21 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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22 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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23 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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24 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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25 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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26 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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27 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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28 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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29 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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30 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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31 March 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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LOGS FOR APRIL 1934


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1 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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2 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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3 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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4 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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5 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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6 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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7 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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8 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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9 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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10 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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11 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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12 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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13 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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14 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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15 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


12.25:

12.50: 323° pgc

1310-1355: 1310 345 pgc 1325 325 pgc 1330 320 pgc 1340 356 pgc 1355 33 pgc

1415-1425: 1415 39 pgc 1419 48 pgc 1425 56 pgc

15.35: Moored at Mare Island Navy Yard

Noon: Oakland

1310-13.55: 1310 345 pgc 1325 325 pgc 1330 320 pgc 1340 356 pgc 1355 33 pgc

1415-14.25: 1415 39 pgc 1419 48 pgc 1425 56 pgc


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16 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 38.1, Long -122.27


Noon: Mare Island


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17 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 38.1, Long -122.27


Noon: Mare Island


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18 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 38.1, Long -122.27


Noon: Mare Island


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19 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 38.1, Long -122.27


Noon: Mare Island


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20 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 38.1, Long -122.27


Noon: Mare Island


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21 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.75, Long -122.35


09.15:

16.30: Moored, Oakland

8AM: Mare Island Navy Yard


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22 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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23 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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24 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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25 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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26 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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27 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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28 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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29 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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30 April 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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LOGS FOR MAY 1934


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1 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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2 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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3 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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4 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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5 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.77, Long -122.63


10.00:

11.22: Mile Rock Light abeam to port, c/c 255° pgc

12.27: 140° T

15.43: Point Reyes brg 90° T, c/c 326° pgc

8PM: 332° pgc

8AM: Oakland

11.22: Mile Rock Light abeam to port, c/c 255 pgc

12.27: San Francisco LV 140 150 yds. Cc 303 T

15.43: Point Reyes brg 90 T, c/c 326 pgc

8PM: 332 pgc


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6 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 40.32, Long -124.65


00.55: c/c 343 pgc. Point Arena brg 90° T, dist. 12.7 miles

12.13: 0° pgc

18.00: 358 pgc

20.55: Sighted St George Light brg 51° true, dist. 18.5 mi

00.55: c/c 343 pgc. Point Arena brg 90 T, dist. 12.7 miles

12.13: 0 pgc

20.55: Sighted St George Light brg 51 true, dist. 18.5 mi


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7 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 44.07, Long -124.85


02.00: Picked up Cape Blanco Light brg 27° pgc, dist. 19.3 mi

04.25: Cape Blanco Light brg 90° true, dist. 12.6 mi. c/c 1° pgc

18.55: 0° pgc

02.00: Picked up Cape Blanco Light brg 27 pgc, dist. 19.3 mi

04.25: Cape Blanco Light brg 90 true, dist. 12.6 mi. c/c 1 pgc

18.55: 0 pgc


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8 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 48, Long -124.9


01.00: Columbia River Light ship brg 86° dist 28 miles

18.06: Sheringham Point Light abeam to port, dist. 4.4 mi. c/c 100° pgc

22.25: Entering Admirality Inlet, c/c 140° true

23.58: Entering Puget Sound, c/c 164° true

12.55: Umatilla Reef lightship brg 90° T, dist. 2.8 miles c/c 19° pgc

19.26: 96° pgc

19.36: Race Rock abeam to port, dist. 2.8 mi

13.38: 23° pgc

14.21: Tatoosh Island Light brg 112° T, dist. 2.7 mi c/c 45° pgc

14.36: Tatoosh Island Light brg 164° T, dist. 2.7 mi c/c 90° pgc

15.19: 104° pgc

01.00: Columbia River Light ship brg 86 dist 28 miles

Ignoring his logged position. It makes no sense.

12.55: Umatilla Reef lightship brg 90 T, dist. 2.8 miles c/c 19 pgc

13.38: 23 pgc

14.21: Tatoosh Island Light brg 112 T, dist. 2.7 mi c/c 45 pgc 14.36: Tatoosh Island Light brg 164 T, dist. 2.7 mi c/c 90 pgc

15.19: 104 pgc

18.06: Sheringham Point Light abeam to port, dist. 4.4 mi. c/c 100 pgc

22.25: Entering Admirality Inlet, c/c 140 true

23.58: Entering Puget Sound, c/c 164 true


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9 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


00.50: President Point brg 229° T, c/c 184° pgc

01.30: West Point on port beam, c/c 154° pgc

02.25: Moored, Seattle

Noon: Seattle

00.50: President Point brg 229 T, c/c 184 pgc

01.30: West Point on port beam, c/c 154 pgc


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10 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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11 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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12 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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13 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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14 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Noon: Seattle


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15 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.53, Long -122.43


16.15: Marrowstone Point abeam c/c 345 pgc

17.00: Point Wilson Light abeam c/c 322 pgc

10.40:

12.30: 330 pgc

12.55: 10 pgc

13.28: 345 pgc

14.37: 330 pgc

15.50: Bush Point abeam to starboard, dist. 7 mi.

20.10: 339 pgc

20.23: 353 pgc

21.15: Turn Point abeam to starboard, dist. 8 miles c/c 67 pgc

22.31: East Point Light brg 314, dist. 2 mi. c/c 0 pgc

22.55: 310 pgc

Noon: Seattle

15.07: Double Bluff Buoy abeam to stbd dist 0.3 mi. 15.50: Bush Point abeam to starboard, dist. 0.7 mi.


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16 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 50.13, Long -125.35


02.35: Kraken Rock brg 220° true, dist. 4 mi. c/c 300 pgc

05.18: Ballenas Light abeam to port, dist. 7 miles c/c 297 pgc

12.08: c/c 290 Entering Seymour Narrows

12.14: 350 pgc

15.31: Camp Point brg 190° true c/c 265

15.53: Helmcken Island Light brg 360 true, dist 0.25 mi. c/c 287

06.08: Jenkins Island abeam to starboard c/c 320 pgc

06.53: Sisters Island Light abeam to port, dist. 0.5 mi c/c 315 pgc

11.00: On various courses rounding Cape Mudge and entering Discovery Passage

18.59: 290 pgc

19.53: 279 pgc

12.53: 337 pgc

13.29: Rock Point brg 200° true, dist. 0.25 mi. c/c 298

14.20: Ripple Point brg 200° true, dist. 0.25 mi. c/c 270°

14.59: Vansitart Point brg 355° true c/c 288

16.13: 303 pgc

17.08: 281 pgc

17.46: 274 pgc

20.20: 298 pgc

21.10: Anchored in Port McNeil

02.35: Kraken Rock brg 220 true, dist. 4 mi. c/c 300 pgc

13.29: Rock Point brg 200 true, dist. 0.25 mi. c/c 298

14.20: Ripple Point brg 200 true, dist. 0.25 mi. c/c 270 14.59: Vansitart Point brg 355 true c/c 288


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17 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 51.67, Long -127.93


08.22: Pine Is. Light brg 110 true, dist. 2.3 mi. c/c 348 pgc

09.49: Egg Island Light brg 48 true, dist 2.2 mi c/c 5

11.04: Clark Point Lt. brg. 257 true, dist. 1.6 mi c/c 353

12.07: Adden~~~~ Co Light abeam distant 0.5 mi c/c 344 pgc

15.11: Pointlets Is Light brg 280 pgc c/c 294

15.29: Serpent Point light brg 180° pgc c/c 258°

16.37: Dryad Point brg 260 true, distant 3 miles c/c various

17.58: Ivory Island Light brg 75 true, distant 1 mi c/c 315 pgc

04.00:

05.02: Port Hardy Light abeam to port, distant 0.7 miles c/c 313

06.20: Masterman Island abeam to port c/c 292

04.29: 298

06.20: I think this island might actually be Nigei Island. Perhaps it was renamed since then?

07.00: Noble Islet Light abeam

07.25: Scarlet Point Light abeam, distant 1.6 miles c/c 351 pgc

18.25: c/c 0 Vancouver Rock Buoy brg 17 true, dist. 1.9 mi.

18.48: Gondin Island brg 107 true, dist 1 mi. c/c 30 pgc

19.12: Jenkins Point Light brg 300 true, dist 0.6 mi. c/c 19 pgc

21.45: Anchored in Carter Bay. East Point brg 167 true, left tangent of west shore brg 235 true, wreck of Ohio brg 28 true

12.07: Addenbrooke Co Light abeam distant 0.5 mi c/c 344 pgc

19.12: Jorkins Point Light brg 300 true, dist 0.6 mi. c/c 19 pgc


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18 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.65, Long -129.75


04.00:

08.08: Kingcome Point Light abeam to port c/c 280 pgc

08.39: 260

08.58: 298

13.40: Stag Rock on port beam, dist. 0.7 mi. c/c 313 pgc

13.52: Culvert Point on port beam, dist. 0.6 mi. c/c 293 pgc

14.07: Watson Rock Lt. brg 30 true, dist. 0.7 mi. c/c 346 pgc

14.48: Herbert Reef Lt. brg 230 true, dist. 0.4 mi. c/c 323 pgc

14.56: Hammer Island brg 60 true, dist 0.3 mi. c/c 335 pgc

15.04: White Beacon brg 240 true, dist 0.8 mi. c/c 303

15.23: Lawyer Island Lt. brg 45 true, dist. 0.7 mi c/c 326

16.45: Digby Island Light abeam, distant 0.7 miles c/c 345 pgc

17.57: Whitesand Islet brg 267 true, dist. 2.1 mi. c/c 322

18.01: Whitesand Island brg 247 pgc, dist. 2 mi. c/c 334

18.20: Green Island light brg 75 pgc c/c 354 pgc

18.43: Holiday Island brg 255 pgc c/c 321 pgc

19.37: 264 pgc

21.04: Barren Is. Lt. brg 255 true, dist. 2.1 mi. c/c 282

22.16: Cape Charon Lt. brg. 240 true, dist. 8.1 mi. c/c 357 pgc


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19 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 56.81, Long -132.98


00.35: 344 pgc

02.10: Guard Island brg 119 pgc, dist. 5 mi. c/c 302 pgc

02.49: Ships Island Lt. brg 20 pgc c/c 335

04.23: Narrow Point Lt brg 233 true, dist. 2.1 mi. c/c 322

05.40: 343 pgc

06.20: Key Reef Lt. brg 270 true, dist. 1.5 mi. c/c 20

06.59: Steamer Point Light brg 148 true, dist. 1.1 mi. c/c 63 pgc

07.13: Round Point brg 308 true, dist. 1 mi. c/c 27 pgc

07.22: 0 pgc

08.17: Woronkofski Point brg 94 true, dist. 3.1 mi. c/c 294 pgc

08.50: Station Is. brg 0 true, dist. 1. mi. c/c 277 pgc

09.28: Point Alexander brg 12 true, dist 1.2 mi. c/c 349 pgc

16.57: Turnabout Island Lt. brg. 180 true, dist. 2 mi. c/c 233 pgc

12.15: Entered Frederick Sound c/c 15 pgc

12.40: Right tangent Sukoi Islets bearing 274 pgc, dist. 1.5 mi. c/c 321 pgc

13.34: Cape Strait Light brg 315 pgc, dist. 1.5 mi. c/c 287 pgc

Noon: Petersburg, Alaska

19.15: Yosha Is. brg 348 true, dist. 2.8 mi. c/c 311 pgc

20.42: Point Gardner Lt. brg 22 true, dist. 2.6 mi. c/c 353 pgc


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20 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 58.37, Long -137.75


02.28: Point Augusta Lt. brg 242 true, dist. 2.2 mi. c/c 295

03.30: The Sisters Islands brg 320 true, dist. 3.6 mi. c/c 299

05.39: Point Adolphins Light abeam to port c/c 283 pgc

06.29: Lemesurier Island Lt. brg 190 true, dist. 0.7 mi. c/c 256 pgc

07.35: Indian Islang Lt. brg 186 true, dist. 0.7 mi. c/c 226 pgc

08.21: Cape Spencer Lt. brg 310 pgc, dist. 1.7 mi. c/c 265 pgc

08.37: Cape Spencer Lt. brg 41 pgc, dist. 2.3 mi. c/c 290 pgc


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21 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 59.82, Long -145.27


10.00: 294

15.00: Cape Hinchinbrook brg 318 pgc, dist 19 mi c/c 245 pgc

17.30: c/c 242 pgc

20.11: Cape Cleare brg 335 true, dist. 7 mi.


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22 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 58.78, Long -152.78


01.17: Seal Rocks abeam to starboard, dist. 13 mi.

06.45: left tangent East Chugach Island brg 291 true, dist. 10 mi. c/c 270 pgc

10.14: 220 pgc

19.00: c/c 330 pgc


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23 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 56.33, Long -156.75


01.39: 220

01.55: 215 pgc

11.00: 236

14.24: Sighted Lighthouse Rocks brg 174 pgc, dist. 12.1 mi.

15.45: 251

20.11: Right tangent on Mitrofania Island brg 335 pgc, dist. 7 mi. c/c 246


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24 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.98, Long -162.37


01.20: Picked up Andronica Island Light brg 241 true

03.28: Cape Devine brg 5 true, dist. 1.5 mi. c/c 284 pgc

04.47: Range Island abeam to port, entering Unga Strait

05.31: Unga Spit Light brg 160 true, dist. 1.7 mi. c/c 240

06.51: Cape Seal Light brg 290 true, dist 5.5 mi. c/c 270

08.03: Tolstoi Cape brg 347 true, dist 3.6 mi. c/c 243

09.36: Bluff Point beacon brg 94 true c/c 180

10.00: Moss Cape beacon brg 271 true, dist 0.75 mi. c/c 207

10.05: Goloi Island Light brg 90 true, dist. 0.5 mi. c/c 168

10.30: Iliasik Island Lt brg 268 true, dist. 1 mi. c/c 230

10.37: Iliasik Island Lt brg 345 true, dist. 0.7 mi. c/c 263

11.48: Morgan Pt. Lt. brg 339 true, dist. 2.6 mi. c/c 244

12.15: Fox Island Lt. abeam to port, dist. 0.7 mi. c/c 230

13.31: Umga Island brg 140 pgc, dist. 1.3 mi. c/c 220

14.52: Cape Pankof Lt. brg. 307 pgc, dist. 2.3 mi. c/c 252

19.46: Promotory Hill brg 325 true c/c 267 pgc

20.48: Scotch Cape Lt. brg 0 true, dist. 2.2 mi. c/c 272

23.55: Akun Head brg 180 true, dist. 5 mi. c/c 252


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25 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


02.06: 272

03.05: Priest Rock Lt. brg 182

03.30: 180

04.05: standing into Unalaska Bay c/c 190

04.30: Right tangent Ulakta Head brg 295 true c/c v

05.00: Moored, Unalaska

Noon: Unalaska

02.06: 212


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26 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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27 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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28 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


06.20:

06.55: Moored, Dutch Harbor

Noon: Dutch Harbor


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29 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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30 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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31 May 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1934


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1 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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2 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.38, Long -166.55


08.28:

09.50: Ulakta Head brg 295 pgc c/c 351

10.55: 0 pgc

17.45: Found gyro to have 1 degree easterly error

17.45: 359 pgc

8AM: Dutch Harbor


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3 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 58.2, Long -167.2


04.00: 344 pgc

06.30: 343 pgc


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4 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 61.92, Long -167.42


01.47: 19 pgc

21.10: Sighted ice on both bows in Lat. 63° 15' N.

22.04: Steering various courses in North easterly direction at standard speed on both engines, working thru ice and open water.


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5 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


01.35: 8 pgc

01.52: Decreased speed to starboard, working through scattered ice.

03.30: Clear of ice.

07.45: Anchored, Nome

Noon: Nome

Fort Davis 94 US Coast Guard Station Nome 28 True


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6 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


Noon: Nome


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7 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


8PM:

20.22: Cape Nome brg 89 pgc, dist. 11. miles, c/c 134

21.02: Cape Nome brg 62 pgc, dist. 8.5 miles c/c 94

Noon: Nome


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8 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.2, Long -162.03


04.53: Cape Darby brg 347 true, dist. 2.7 miles c/c 144 pgc

04.53: Gyro has 1.5 degrees easterly error.

07.30: Entered field ice

07.30: 68 pgc

08.38: 51 pgc

10.22: 70 pgc

10.35: various

10.58: 281 pgc

16.45: Anchored, Golofnin Bay. Right tangent Carolyn Island 98 true, left tangent Rocky Point 131 true.

13.47: 290 pgc

14.10: Steered various course through ice.

15.21: 350 pgc

Carolyn Island 98 Rocky Point (2) 231 True. His logged 131 brg makes no sense.


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9 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.46, Long -163.01


Noon: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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10 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.46, Long -163.01


14.15:

21.35: Egg Island brg 138 true. dist. 4.7 mi. c/c 169 pgc

22.10: 215 pgc

15.03: 169 pgc

15.45: Cape Darby brg 60 true c/c 89 pgc

16.05: Cape Darby Light brg 350 true, dist. 1.7 miles c/c 145 pgc

22.49: 255 pgc

23.05: Anchored, St. Michael

Noon: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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11 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.87


Noon: St. Michael


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12 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.62, Long -161.83


10.20:

10.20: Heavy ice moving down on ship from northward

11.20: 13 pgc

10.20: 36 pgc

12.02: 325 pgc

19.01: Right tangent Rocky Point brg 21 pgc, dist. 7 miles c/c 274 pgc

22.30: 277 pgc

8AM: St. Michael


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13 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


02.50: 321 pgc

04.15: Anchored, Nome

Noon: Nome

Fort Davis 93 US Coast Guard Station Nome 27 True


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14 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


Noon: Nome


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15 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


Noon: Nome


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16 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


Noon: Nome


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17 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


Noon: Nome


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18 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


22.45: course 180 pgc

23.13: Fort Davis brg 47 true c/c 135 pgc

23.48: Cape Nome brg 63 true, dist. 8.5 miles c/c 89 pgc

Noon: Nome

22.45: underway course 180 pgc


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19 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.42, Long -163.09


07.00: various

07.25: Anchored, Golofnin Bay. Signal N of stream 324 true, signal S of stream 239 true.

20.35:

20.40: 159 pgc

21.36: Right tangent Cape Darby brg 76 true, dist. 5 miles c/c 89 pgc

22.26: Left tangent Cape Darby brg 286 true, dist. 4 miles c/c 35 pgc


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20 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.61, Long -162.25


Noon: Elim, Alaska


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21 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.61, Long -162.25


Noon: Elim, Alaska


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22 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.61, Long -162.25


12.55: course 229 pgc

13.15: 223 pgc

13.55:

Noon: Elim, Alaska


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23 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.33, Long -164


04.25:

05.15: Anchored. Right tangent point east of village brg. 13 true, schoolhouse 337 true

06.20: course 208 pgc

08.35: Left tangent Cape Darby brg 307 true, dist. 4.5 mi. c/c 274 pgc

15.06: Cape Nome brg. 61 pgc, dist. 8 miles c/c 308 pgc

16.05: Anchored at Nome. Fort Davis 90 true, Coast Guard Flag Pole 34 true


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24 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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25 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


20.40: course 224 pgc

21.00: 265 pgc

Noon: Nome


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26 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.83, Long -168.47


00.40: Left tangent Sledge Island brg 358 pgc c/c 299 pgc

09.10: Anchored off King Island. Right tangent King Island 64 T, Schoolhouse 356 T

10.15: course 235 pgc

13.20: various

13.43: 235 pgc

22.45: Cape Chibukak brg 225 T


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27 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.79, Long -171.72


00.08: 223 pgc

17.10: various

17.30: Anchored. Signal west of village 165 true, radio tower 125 true

02.00: various

02.40: Anchored near Gambell. Schoolhouse brg. 214 true, left tangent of Cape brg. 103 true

13.55: course 70 pgc

14.05: 99 pgc

15.00: 100 pgc

Noon: Gambell, St. Lawrence Island

8PM: Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island

22.50: course 73 pgc


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28 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.45, Long -165.55


8AM: 70 pgc

12.40:

13.35:

13.45: Anchored, Nome. Last jetty brg. 48 true, Fort Davis 92 true

8PM: Nome


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29 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.47


13.15: course 259 pgc

16.00: Left tangent Sledge Island brg 6 true, distant 4 miles c/c 305 pgc

21.03: 338 pgc

Noon: Nome


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30 June 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.26, Long -166.48


00.02: 67 pgc

03.11: 103 pgc

03.25: 115 pgc

03.33: 151 pgc

03.45: 150 pgc

05.00: 140 pgc

05.00: Cape Riley brg 135 true

05.45: Anchored off Fort Teller village. Teller village brg. 85 true, Cape Riley 180 true.

03.50: 115 pgc

Noon: Port Clarence, Alaska


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LOGS FOR JULY 1934


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1 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.26, Long -166.48


Noon: Port Clarence


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2 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.33, Long -166.49


04.30: course 353 pgc

05.10: Anchored off Teller Mission. Flag pole of mission brg 16° true, dist. about 600 yards

14.25: course 200 pgc

14.35: Anchored. Reindeer Station brg 105° true, Mission Flag pole brg 17° true.

Noon: Port Clarence

05.10: Anchored off Teller Mission. Flag pole of mission brg 16 true, dist. about 600 yards


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3 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.18, Long -166.51


08.55: course 185 pgc

09.45: Cape Riley abeam, c/c 195 pgc

10.20: Anchored off Fox Creek. Fox Creek brg 121 true, Cape Riley 15 true

Noon: Port Clarence


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4 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.3, Long -167.03


06.20: course 353 pgc

06.50: 18 pgc

07.10: 355 pgc

07.30: various

07.45: Anchored. Reindeer Station brg 105 true, Mission Flag Pole 21 true

10.45: course 255 pgc

11.20: 270 pgc

11.57: 276 pgc

13.35: 313 pgc

15.58: 120 pgc

16.15: various

16.35: Off Tin City. Left tangent Cape Prince of Wales brg 302 true, Reindeer Coral 20° true.

8AM: Port Clarence


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5 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.63, Long -168.2


09.10: course 270 pgc

09.30: various

10.52: 330 pgc

12.45: 345 pgc

13.00: Anchored, Little Diomede Island. School house brg 19 true, right tangent of island 129 true

16.45: course 149 pgc

8AM: Tin City, Alaska

His logged position doesn't fit with his courses. Ignored it.


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6 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


00.35: 132 pgc

08.40: Anchored at Nome

05.55: Right tangent Sledge Island 20 true, dist. 4 miles c/c 84 pgc

Noon: Nome


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7 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


17.50: course 180 pgc

19.40:

Noon: Nome


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8 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.08, Long -164.1


08.10: course 113 pgc

19.05: 148 pgc

19.35: 170 pgc

8PM: Egg Island Light brg 35 pgc, dist. 3 miles c/c 215 pgc

20.40: Anchored off St. Michael. Tallest radio tower brg 266 true, right tangent Beulah Island 289 true

21.15: course 35 pgc

22.05: course 330 pgc


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9 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


04.00: Cape Darby brg 14 true, distant 2.9 miles c/c 275 pgc

05.02: 277 pgc

05.30: c/c 280 pgc

07.00: 282 pgc

07.33: 284 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Gyro has 1.25 degrees westerly error. Log is underreading 5 percent.

10.49: 303 pgc

11.45: Anchored at Nome

Fort Davis 93 US Coast Guard Station Nome 38 True


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10 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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11 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


14.05: course 182 pgc

15.05: 272 pgc

15.14: 35 pgc

15.32:

15.40: course 205 pgc

Noon: Nome


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12 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 61.1, Long -168.22


07.20: 182 pgc

07.20: Log is under reading 5 percent

20.06: 170 pgc


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13 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 57.22, Long -167.4


16.38: 173 pgc

18.00: Received radio compass bearing from St. Paul Island of 118 true


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14 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


04.15: 185

05.20: 170

06.20: Moored at Dutch Harbor

Noon: Dutch Harbor


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15 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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16 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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17 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


06.30:

06.55: Anchored. Rocky Point brg 349 true, Jusc~ova Rock brg 253 true

16.25:

17.30: Moored, Unalaska

Noon: Unalaska Bay

8PM: Unalaska


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18 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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19 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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20 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.32, Long -166.6


09.05: various courses

09.20: 40 pgc

0934-0940: 0934 25 pgc 0936 0 pgc 0940 348 pgc

16.00: 347 pgc

16.00: found gyro to have 0.75 degrees easterly error

8AM: Unalaska


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21 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 58.3, Long -168.45


changed 167 37W to 168 07W. Fits better.


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22 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 62.25, Long -171.13


04.00: 332 pgc

04.00: Gyro has 0.75 degrees easterly error

Noon: 336 pgc

16.10: 347 pgc

18.00: 359 pgc

19.50: 15 pgc

22.00: Anchored off Gambell, St. Lawrence Island. Cape Chibukak 100° true and school house 199° true

22.00: Anchored off Gambell, St. Lawrence Island. Cape Chibukak 100 true and school house 199 true


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23 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.97, Long -168.8


01.10:

01.28: Cape Chibukak brg 180 T c/c 98 pgc

05.50: Anchored. Radio mast brg 132 true, signal west of village 178 true

07.15:

07.25: 72 pgc

18.07: Sledge Island brg 62 T, c/c 89 pgc

19.12: passed Sledge Island to port, dist. 5 mi.

20.56: 179 pgc


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24 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


04.00: 351 pgc

04.25: Cape Nome brg 46 true, distant about 18 miles c/c 340 pgc

05.12: Cape Nome brg 46 true, dist. 14.4 miles c/c 350 pgc

06.20: 27 pgc

07.15: Anchored. Coast Guard Flag Pole brg 28 true, Fort Davis 90 true

05.40: couse 179 pgc

Noon: Nome

18.16: Cape Nome brg 85 pgc c/c 106 pgc


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25 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.85, Long -160.85


04.30: Right tangent Besboro Island brg 63 true, distant about 24.5 miles c/c 103 pgc

07.35: 116 pgc

09.05: Anchored off Unalakleet, Alaska. Besboro Island left tangent brg. 323 true, church at Unalakleet 45 true.

1820-1839: 1820 301 pgc 1839 347 pgc

20.15: 75 pgc

20.30: Anchored off Egavik, Alaska. Left tangent Besboro Island bearing 303 T, Egavik Light 70 T

1820-18.39: 1820 301 pgc 1839 347 pgc


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26 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.32, Long -161.27


05.10: course 336 pgc

05.42: 350

06.34: 336 pgc

07.15: 43 pgc

07.40: Anchored. Tripod Shaktolik brg. 44 true, left tangent Cape Denbigh 299.5 true, right tangent Besboro Island 198 true

Noon: Shaktolik, Alaska


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27 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.28, Long -161.23


09.20: course 292 pgc

12.28: 90 pgc

12.45: Anchored. Left tangent Cape Darby brg 300, right tangent Besboro Island brg 196 pgc

15.35: course 282

17.16: Cape Denbigh brg 59 true, distant 4.7 miles c/c 316 pgc

19.28: 338 pgc

8AM: Shaktolik, Alaska

8PM: Elim, Alaska

20.10: Anchored. Schoolhouse brg 338 T, Right tangent of point north of village 13 T.

Probably Denbigh


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28 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.44, Long -162.9


04.10: course 210 pgc

06.52: Cape Darby brg 290 true, distant 3.6 miles c/c 258 pgc

07.37: Cape Darby brg 34 true, distant 2.8 miles c/c 352 pgc

07.37: Gyro has 0.5 degrees easterly error

08.50: Anchored. Bearings 36 T on Carolyn Island, 157 T on Cape Darby

Noon: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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29 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.44, Long -162.9


20.10: course 180 pgc

20.50: 269 pgc

Noon: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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30 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


04.00: 280 pgc

05.12: Cape Nome brg 72 true, distant 10.3 miles c/c 320 pgc

06.10: Anchored. Coast Guard Flag Pole brg 28 true, Fort Davis brg 90 true

Noon: Nome


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31 July 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


Noon: Nome


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LOGS FOR AUGUST 1934


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1 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.44


15.55: course 259 pgc

4PM to 6PM: Gyro has 0.75 degrees easterly error

18.30: Left tangent Sledge Island brg. 0 pgc, distant 3.1 mi c/c 304 pgc

23.15: 337 pgc

Noon: Nome


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2 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.18, Long -166.5


02.30: 67 pgc

04.05: 73 pgc

04.23: 99 pgc

05.29: Cape Spencer Light brg 90 true, dist. about 3.5 miles

06.06: Cape Spencer Light abeam to starboard, dist. 0.5 mi.

07.20: 184 pgc

08.45: Anchored off Fox Creek. Cape Riley brg. 9 T, Fox Creek 130 T

Noon: Port Clarence, Alaska


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3 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.43


06.10: 338 pgc

06.25: 0 pgc

06.40: Cape Riley abeam to starboard, various courses

07.15: Anchored off Teller Village. Grantley Harbor Light brg 70 true, right tangent Cape Riley 204 true.

Noon: Port Clarence


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4 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.6, Long -168.11


00.10: course 282 pgc

01.32: Passed Cape Spencer Light to port, brg 180 T, dist. 1.7 mi. c/c 274 pgc

03.32: 310 pgc

06.15: Anchored off Wales, Alaska. School House brg 49 true, right tangent Cape Prince of Wales 132 true.

16.10: 230 pgc

16.44: 300 pgc

17.36: Fairway Rock brg 264 true, dist. about 3 mi. c/c 341 pgc

18.36: 25 pgc

23.52: 103 pgc


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5 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 66.28, Long -166.14


04.25: Shismaref Village brg 122 true, dist. about 10 mi. c/c 120

05.35: Anchored with Fox Farm brg 125 true and Pole south end of island 179 true

15.00: course 17 pgc

16.00: 56 pgc

18.00: 72 pgc

21.24: 90 pgc

23.08: sighted Cape Espenberg Light brg 168 T, dist. 5 mi.


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6 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 66.09, Long -162.67


00.10: 149 pgc

05.30: various

06.20: Anchored off Deering. Schoolhouse brg 216 true, Cape Deceit Pinnacle Rock 281 true.

14.50: course 35 pgc

14.55: 354 pgc

17.19: 15 pgc

19.05: Anchored off Cape Blossom. Cape Blossom brg 114 true, left tangent of cliff brg. 9 true

8PM: Kotzebue, Alaska


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7 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 66.76, Long -162.63


14.20: course 190 pgc

14.43: Cape Blossom brg 90 true, c/c 271 pgc

16.05: Cape Blossom brg 89 true, dist. 16.5 mi. c/c 321 pgc

19.42: 331 pgc

23.26: c/c 30 pgc

Noon: Kotzebue, Alaska


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8 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 67.88, Long -165.75


00.35: Anchored off Kivalina, Alaska. Schoolhouse brg 32 true

09.10: course 285

11.02: 306

13.26: 323 pgc

15.15: Point Hope village brg. 323 pgc

16.15: various

16.40: Anchored off Point Hope. Mission Flag Pole brg. 91 true, Pole on Spit 181 true

20.10: course 18 pgc

23.43: Passed Cape Lisburne on starboard beam, dist. 4.8 mi.


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9 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 70.38, Long -162.27


00.05: Cape Lisburne brg 145 true, dist. 5 miles c/c 54

07.49: Point Lay village brg 83 true, dist. 3.9 miles c/c 10

07.49: Log is under reading 5 percent

08.52: 31 pgc

12.50: 86

16.15: Wainwright brg 58 true, distant about 8 miles c/c 50 pgc

16.40: various

17.00: Anchored. School House brg 144 true, Amundion's House 203 true

22.00: course 330 pgc

22.20: 44 pgc

23.40: 64 pgc


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10 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 71.29, Long -156.81


00.03: 50

00.31: 64

02.09: 90

03.15: Sighted scattered ice, and slowed to various speeds

05.00: 40 pgc

06.00: 30

07.50: Anchored off Barrow. Store Flag Pole brg 67 true, Mission Flag Pole 95 true

14.00: various courses

14.10: 218 pgc

07.50: Log is under reading 5 percent

16.00: 205

16.40: various

16.50: Anchored. Shelter Cabin brg 120 true, distant about 0.75 miles

17.50: course 270

18.00: At full speed on one engine passing thru thinly scattered ice.

18.30: Passed last of ice

22.03: 235

600.30:00


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11 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 70.65, Long -160.06


00.10: 255 pgc

01.10: 225 pgc

03.05: Anchored off Wainwright, schoolhouse brg 145 pgc

16.50: course 300

16.50: Log is under reading 5 percent

18.24: 325 pgc

22.00: 152 pgc

22.00: Headed for Wainwright, having found no indication of proximity of ice pack and visibility becoming poor.


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12 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 70.62, Long -160.67


02.15: 90

02.40: various

02.50: Anchored off Wainwright. Schoolhouse brg 120

09.50: Course 259 pgc

09.50: Gyro has one degree westerly error.

15.56: 206

16.43: Icy Cape brg 109 true, dist. 10.8 miles c/c 209 pgc

21.26: 192 pgc

21.48: various

22.05: Anchored off Point Lay, Alaska Schoolhouse brg 123 true, distant about 2300 yards


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13 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 69.75, Long -163.06


23.45: 230 pgc

Noon: Point Lay, Alaska


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14 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 68.33, Long -166.81


04.30: Cape Lisbourne brg 238 true, distant 37 miles c/c 238 pgc

06.00: Cape Lisbourne brg 240 true, distant 22 miles c/c 242 pgc

06.53: Cape Lisbourne brg 239 true, distant 12 miles c/c 262 pgc

07.53: Cape Lisbourne abeam, distant 3.6 miles, c/c 231 pgc

07.53: Log is under reading 5 percent

08.28: Cape Lisbourne brg 90 T, distant 5 miles c/c 199 pgc

10.40: Sighted Point Hope village brg 184 T

11.20: 180 pgc

12.10: Anchored, south side Point Hope. White pole brg 270 true, Merrit's flag pole brg 14 true


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15 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 68.33, Long -166.75


15.30: course 145 pgc

16.30: 135 pgc

17.42: 125 pgc

17.42: Log is under reading 5 percent, Gyro has 1 degree easterly error

18.40: 145 pgc

19.15: Anchored south side of Cape Thompson. Right tangent of cliff south of Cape Thompson brg 104 pgc, Stream brg 41 pgc

Noon: Point Hope, Alaska


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16 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 68.14, Long -165.98


06.55:

07.15: Anchored. Creek brg 15 true, Cape south of Cape Thompson 117 true

19.10: course 205 pgc

19.48: 135

22.28: 122

23.22: 90

Noon: Cape Thompson, Alaska


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17 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 67.71, Long -164.57


00.07: 126 pgc

00.25: 50 pgc

00.45:

06.40: course 145 pgc

07.30: 140

08.45: Anchored off Kivalina. Schoolhouse brg 32 T, distant 2300 yards

16.55: course 180 pgc

17.50: 152 pgc

21.05: 155 pgc

22.17: 142 pgc

22.42: Gyro has 1 degree westerly error

17.50: Log in under reading 5 percent, Gyro has 1 degree westerly error.


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18 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 66.76, Long -162.67


02.55: Cape Blossom brg 81 true, distant 12.8 mi. c/c 109 pgc

04.00: Cape Blossom brg 52 true, distant 6.2 miles c/c 10 pgc

04.55: Anchored off Kotzebue. Left tangent to bluff at Kotzebue 10 true and Cape Blossom 112 true

04.55: Log is under reading 5 percent, Gyro has 0.5 degrees westerly error.

8PM: 190 pgc

20.20: Cape Blossom brg 90 pgc c/c 265 pgc

23.06: Cape Espenberg abeam to port, distant 5 miles

23.16: 275 pgc

Noon: Kotzebue Sound


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19 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 66.3, Long -168.03


01.35: 250 pgc

04.30: 240 pgc

06.30: 270 pgc

07.13: Shishmarif brg 169 true, distant 7.4 miles c/c 273 pgc

07.13: Gyro has 3 degrees westerly error. Log is under reading 5 percent.

11.42: 216 pgc

14.00: 210 pgc

16.43: 135 pgc

17.30: Fairway Rock abeam to starboard, distant 1 mile c/c 120 pgc

18.50: 108 pgc

19.40: Anchored off Tin City. Left tangent Cape Prince of Wales 302 T, largest corral house 12 T.

19.40: Gyro compass has 3 degrees westerly error.


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20 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.08, Long -167.63


09.00: course 173 pgc

09.00: Gyro compass has 2 degrees westerly error.

13.33: Left tangent King Island brg 299 true, dist. 11.5 miles c/c 127 pgc

14.50: sighted Sledge Island, right tangent brg 121 true

18.00: Sledge Island abeam to port, distant 1.3 miles c/c 91 pgc

18.00: Log is under reading 5 percent.

19.34: 85 pgc

20.20: Anchored off Nome. Coast Guard Station flag pole brg 355 T, Fort Davis 91 T

8AM: Tin City, Alaska

8PM: Nome


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21 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


Noon: Nome


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22 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


Noon: Nome


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23 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


Noon: Nome


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24 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


Noon: Nome


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25 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


17.55: course 253 pgc

Noon: Nome


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26 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.51


08.35: Anchored off Saroonga. Tallest radio mast 135 T, signal to west of village 182 T

18.05: course 0 pgc

18.13: 76 pgc


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27 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


05.25: 63 pgc

07.45: various

08.25: Anchored off Nome, Coast Guard Station flag pole 30 T, Fort Davis 90 T

Noon: Nome, Alaska

Fort Davis 90 US Coast Guard Station Nome 30 True


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28 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


19.57: course 203 pgc

Noon: Nome


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29 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 61.93, Long -167.62


09.00: Sighted Askinuk Mountains brg 135 T

09.00: Gyro compass found to have 1.5 degrees westerly error.

16.50: 184 pgc

23.32: 173 pgc


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30 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 57.92, Long -167.63


4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent.


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31 August 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.33, Long -166.65


00.16: Received radio compass brg from St. Paul Island of 121 T

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent

12.28: 148 pgc

14.55: Anchored in Iliuliuk Bay. Red buoy Tuscorara Rock brg. 264 T, Rocky Point 355 T.

8PM: Unalaska Bay, Alaska.


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LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1934


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1 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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2 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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3 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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4 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


09.50:

10.28:

Noon: Unalaska


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5 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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6 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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7 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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8 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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9 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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10 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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11 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.91, Long -166.48


Noon: Unalaska


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12 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


10.19:

10.40:

8AM: Unalaska

Noon: Dutch Harbor, Alaska


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13 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.03, Long -166.48


08.35:

14.55: Moored, Dutch Harbor

8AM: Dutch Harbor

Noon: Unalaska Bay, Alaska

8PM: Dutch Harbor, Alaska


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14 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.03, Long -166.48


08.40:

14.20:

8AM: Dutch Harbor

8PM: Dutch Harbor

Noon: Unalaska Bay, Alaska


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15 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Noon: Dutch Harbor


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16 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


08.30:

09.05:

8AM: Dutch Harbor

Noon: Unalaska


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17 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


06.30:

10.45:

8AM: Unalaska Bay

Noon: Unalaska


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18 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 54.1, Long -166.53


10.15:

10.50: 350 pgc

10.50: Ulakta Head Light on port beam

4PM to 6PM: Log is under reading 5 percent.

8AM: Unalaska


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19 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 57.12, Long -167.6


07.12: 340 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent

22.02: 0 pgc


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20 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 60.63, Long -168.1


4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent.

07.15: Sighted Nunivak Island brg 74 true, distant about 26 miles

07.50: 331 pgc

09.31: 12 pgc

4PM to 6PM: Gyro has 0.5 degrees easterly error

18.10: Sighted Cape Romanzof brg 81 pgc

23.11: 23 pgc and true


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21 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


06.00: 25 pgc

06.00: Log under reading 5 percent. Gyro has 0.5 degrees easterly error.

09.13: 13 pgc

11.05: 30 pgc

11.55: Anchored, Nome. Fort Davis brg 86 T, East jetty 26 T

Fort Davis 86 US Coast Guard Station Nome 26 True


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22 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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23 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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24 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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25 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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26 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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27 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


Noon: Nome


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28 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.45


13.10:

15.17: Left tangent of Sledge Island brg 342 T, distant 5.6 miles

16.43: Found gyro to have 1 east

16.43: 255 pgc

Noon: Nome


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29 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.75, Long -170.9


05.55: Cape Chibukak abeam to port, distant 1.5 miles

06.10: Anchored. Schoolhouse brg 195 true, left tangent Cape Chibukak 98 true

10.00:

10.15: 98 pgc

13.25: Anchored. Tallest radio mast brg 124 true, tripod signal #1 178 true

8AM: Gambell, St. Lawrence Island

16.35: on course 73 pgc


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30 September 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.46


05.17: Sledge Island abeam to port, distant 4.5 miles

07.45: Anchored at Nome. Fort Davis brg 85 true and east jetty 33 true.

07.45: Gyro has 1.5 degrees westerly error

17.05: on course 180 pgc

17.38: Right tangent Cape Nome brg 85 true c/c 109 pgc


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LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1934


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1 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.49, Long -161.92


02.00: Cape Darby light brg 25 pgc, dist. 17 miles

04.08: 147 pgc

05.15: Besboro Island brg 67 true, dist. 26 miles c/c 155 pgc

06.50: Egg Island brg 152 true, dist. 12.5 miles c/c 165 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Gyro has 1.5 degrees westerly error. Log is under reading 5 percent.

09.00: 242 pgc

09.50: Anchored off St. Michael. Beulah Island brg. 287.5 true, Taller radio mast 261.5 true

Beulah Island 287.5 Fort Saint Michael 261.5 True


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2 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.49, Long -161.92


Noon: St. Michael


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3 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.85, Long -160.84


05.25: 57 pgc

06.30: 60 pgc

06.52: Egg Island abeam to port, distant 2.25 miles

4AM to 8AM: Gyro has 0.75 degrees westerly error. Log is under reading 5 percent

09.33: 55 pgc

10.28: 45 pgc

11.15: Anchored off Unalakleet. Schoolhouse brg 43 T, left tangent Besboro Island 324 T


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4 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.85, Long -160.84


13.50:

14.10: 347 pgc

14.50: 345 pgc

15.35: 352 pgc

16.40: Right tangent Besboro Island brg 258 true, dist. 4.25 miles c/c 347 pgc

17.30: Right tangent Besboro Island brg 199 true, distant 8.25 miles

17.45: Anchored off Shaktolik. Left tangent Cape Dembigh 301 true, right tangent Besboro Island 198.5 true

Noon: Unalakleet, Alaska

Noon: Dry bulb temperature is definitely incorrect - it has to be two digits, the second of which was not recorded.


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5 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.3, Long -161.2


Noon: Shaktolik, Alaska


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6 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.3, Long -161.2


Noon: Shaktolik, Alaska


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7 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.04, Long -160.96


07.05:

07.20: 166 pgc

09.00: Anchored off Egavik, Alaska. Red roof building brg 83 true, left tangent of bluff on extreme left 4 true.


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8 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.43, Long -162.42


02.05:

04.20: 344 pgc

08.05: Anchored off Elim. Schoolhouse brg 334 true, bluff east of village 11 true.

10.55: course 210 pgc

12.35: 237 pgc

14.40: Anchored off Rocky Point, Golovin Bay. North signal brg 328 T, South signal 241 T

1300 cc 269. 1325 cc307


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9 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.41, Long -163.08


Noon: Golofnin Bay


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10 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.38, Long -163.8


09.30:

09.50: 240 pgc

10.02: 270 pgc

13.24: 180 pgc

23.00: 90 pgc

8AM: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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11 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.43


01.00: 271 pgc

04.05: 323 pgc

06.10: Cape Nome brg 38 true, distant 9.5 miles c/c 313 pgc

07.20: Anchored off Nome. Fort Davis brg 76 true, Nome Channel Light 4 true.


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12 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.2, Long -167.62


04.10:

04.30: 255 pgc

06.20: Sledge Island abeam to starboard, distant 2 miles c/c 279 pgc

06.46: Left tangent Sledge Island brg 62 true, distant 5.3 miles c/c 309 pgc

10.25: Right tangent King Island brg. 291 T c/c 1 pgc

12.03: 72 pgc

12.57: 81 pgc

14.10: Point Spencer light brg 166 true, distant 1.2 miles

15.30: Anchored off Teller village. Grantley Harbor Light brg 71 true, right tangent Cape Riley brg 203 true

8PM: Port Clarence, Alaska


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13 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.43


Noon: Port Clarence, Alaska


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14 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.43


Noon: Port Clarence, Alaska


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15 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.43


Noon: Port Clarence, Alaska


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16 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.43


Noon: Port Clarence, Alaska


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17 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.62, Long -168.7


06.05:

07.10: Point Spencer abeam to port, distant 1.7 miles c/c 271 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent. Gyro has 0.5 degrees easterly error.

08.18: 273 pgc

09.00: Cape York brg O true, distant 6.5 miles c/c 301 pgc

09.47: 303 pgc

11.25: 300 pgc

11.37: 305 pgc

11.53: 304 pgc

13.15: Anchored off South Diomede Island. Right tangent brg 130 pgc, School house 20

14.40:

14.50: 124

16.39: 110 pgc

17.30: Cape Prince of Wales abeam to port

17.50: Anchored off Tin City. Reindeer Corral brg 12 true, left tangent Cape Prince of Wales 299 true

17.50: Gyro has 1.5 degrees easterly error.

8PM: Tin City, Alaska

20.10:

8PM to Midnight: Gyro has 1.5 degrees easterly error


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18 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.41


00.58: 131 pgc

05.15: 90 pgc

06.56: 45 pgc

08.10: 10 pgc

08.35: Anchored off Nome. East jetty brg 351 T, Fort Davis 87 T

06.15: 65 pgc

07.20: Right tangent Sledge Island brg 302 true, distant 16 miles c/c 40 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent. Gyro has 1.5 degrees easterly error


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19 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.41


23.35:

Noon: Nome


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20 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.42, Long -163.09


00.10: 108 pgc

01.04: Cape Nome brg 30 true c/c 91 pgc

05.30: Rocky Point brg 61 true, distant 9 miles c/c 84 pgc

06.00: Rocky Point brg 0 true, distant 3 miles c/c 40 pgc

06.45: Anchored off watering hole, Golofnin Bay. Signal north of Creek brg 325 true, signal south of creek 241 true

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent

16.50:

17.10: Anchored in Golofnin Bay. Left tangent Rocky Point 252 true, right tangent Cape Darby 128 true.


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21 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.08, Long -162.53


09.10: course 144 pgc

14.15: 142 pgc

15.17: 142 pgc

15.34: Left tangent Egg Island brg 105 pgc, distant 2 miles c/c 180 pgc

15.45: Anchored at Egg Island. Left tangent of Egg Island 56 T, the Sisters Mountain 184 T

22.40: 296 pgc

8AM: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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22 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.41


06.12: Cape Nome brg 23 true, distant 15.5 miles c/c 330 pgc

06.37: Cape Nome brg 38 true, distant 13.2 miles c/c 345 pgc

07.50: Anchored, Nome. Fort Davis brg 87 true, east jetty 350 true

4AM to 8AM: Gyro has 2 degrees westerly error


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23 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.75


11.05:

13.02: 287 pgc

13.14: 304 pgc

17.20: 301 pgc

8AM: Nome, Alaska

8PM: King Island, Alaska

18.55: Anchored off King Island. School house brg 357 true, right tangent King Island 68 T.


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24 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 65.53, Long -167.92


05.20:

05.34: 357 pgc

08.40: 20 pgc

09.25: Anchored off Tin City, Alaska. Left tangent Cape Prince of Wales brg 295 T, and house on left of group 6 T.

11.45: course 150 pgc

13.26: 92 pgc

13.52: 96 pgc

15.54: 107 pgc

8PM: Port Clarence, Alaska

16.11: 110 pgc

17.05: Anchored off Teller. Teller Village brg 92 True, right tangent Cape Riley 205 true.

4PM to 8 PM: Gyro has 1.75 degrees westerly error.


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25 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.6, Long -166.7


04.05:

06.55: Right tangent King Island brg 231 true, distant 18.5 miles c/c 187 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent

08.30: Right tangent King Island brg 277 true, distant 12 miles

08.45: 136 pgc

05.15: Point Spencer Light brg 180 true, distant 1.6 miles c/c 247 pgc

13.55: Left tangent Sledge Island brg 0 true, distant 1.5 miles c/c 90 pgc

16.10: Anchored, Nome. Fort Davies brg 88 trze, West jetty light 331 true


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26 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.39


13.10:

13.25: Cape Nome brg 105 pgc, west jetty brg 345 pgc

15.40:

16.07: 190 pgc

16.45: Cape Nome brg 82 T c/c 10.5 miles


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27 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.95, Long -163.88


04.30: 135 pgc

09.35: 120 pgc

15.00: Sighted Stuart Mountains brg 130 true

16.00: 115 pgc

17.35: Egg Island Light brg 98 pgc

18.27: 110 pgc

19.05: 100 pgc

19.40: Anchored. Egg Island light brg 44 pgc, distant 3 miles


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28 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 63.63, Long -162.15


20.30: course 313 pgc

21.21: Egg Island Light brg 120 T, distant 7.5 miles c/c 293 pgc

Noon: Egg Island


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29 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.41


06.45: 350 pgc

07.30: Anchored off Nome. East jetty brg 350 pgc, Fort Davis 79 pgc

18.35: course 205 pgc


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30 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 61.83, Long -167.77


4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent

10.58: 191 pgc

22.48: 170 pgc


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31 October 1934

At/From ???

Lat 57.43, Long -168.13


14.15: 165 pgc


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LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1934


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1 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


04.05: 168

05.54: 163

07.45: Winslow Island brg 191 true, distant 6.5 miles c/c 150

10.00: Moored, Dutch Harbor


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2 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


09.15:

09.40:

8AM: Dutch Harbor, Alaska

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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3 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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4 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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5 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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6 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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7 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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8 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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9 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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10 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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11 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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12 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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13 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Noon: Unalaska


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14 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


17.17: Akun Head brg 140 true, distant 2.8 miles, c/c 90

13.00:

13.24: Ulakta Head brg 310, c/c 10 true

14.00: Priest Rock brg 97 true., distance 4 miles. c/c 43 true

15.49: North Head brg 104 true, distant 5.75 miles. c/c 72 true

Noon: Unalaska

18.00: 94

19.35: 99

22.22: Promotory Hill brg 348 true, distance 6 miles. c/c 72 true


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15 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 55.32, Long -161.4


02.43: Sighted Cape Pankof Light brg 63 T

04.00: Cape Pankof abeam to port, distance 1.7 miles

07.10: Fox Island light brg 50 pgc, distance 0.5 miles, c/c 64 pgc

07.37: Stag Point brg 116 pgc, distance 1.6 miles. c/c 83 pgc

07.56: 85 pgc

09.00: Inner Iliask Light brg 350 pgc, c/c 50 pgc

09.10: 348

09.35: Goloi Island light brg 90 pgc, c/c 27 pgc

09.40: 0 pgc

13.05: Jude Island brg 190 T, distant 3.5 miles. c/c 60 true

14.24: Unga Island Light brg 160 T, distant 2 miles, c/c 104 true

14.56: 193 pgc

15.25: Anchored. Right tangent Round Island brg 181 T, White Bluff 272 T

04.12: 32

05.35: 63 pgc

06.13: 75 pgc

06.20: 80 pgc

06.25: 90 pgc

06.42: 54 pgc

10.04: Arch Point brg 36 pgc. c/c 63 pgc

11.40: Pinnacle Rocks brg 350 pgc. c/c 90 pgc

8PM: Zachary Bay, Unga Island


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16 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 55.35, Long -160.62


Noon: Zachary Bay, Unga Island


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17 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 55.37, Long -160.08


09.50:

11.45: Cape Divine right tangent brg 15 pgc, c/c 66 pgc

12.54: 68

17.33: Right tangent Mitrofania Island brg 335 T, distant 6 miles. c/c 59 pgc

10.10: Right tangent Gull Island brg 290 pgc, c/c 60 pgc

10.18: 104 pgc

8AM: Zachary Bay, Unga Island


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18 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 57.63, Long -154.62


01.35: 42 T

08.35: Sighted Cape Ikolik, Kodiak Island, brg 110 pgc

09.40: Cape Ikolik brg 123 T, distance 16.5 miles. c/c 59 pgc

11.33: 69 pgc

11.52: Cape Karluk brg 122 pgc, distance 5 miles. c/c 55 pgc

12.35: 45 T

13.34: 49 T

17.05: Right tangent Raspberry Cape brg 161 T, distance 6.8 miles. c/c 34 T

23.15: 69 T


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19 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 59.32, Long -149.3


00.10: 90 pgc

05.10: East Chugach Island Light brg 293 T, distance 10.5 miles. c/c 80 pgc

08.32: 70 T

10.14: 65 T

15.30: Cape Cleare brg 42 T, distance 16 miles. c/c 70 T

18.45: Passed Wooded Island on port beam, distant 4.8 miles

19.05: 68 T

02.00: 180 pgc

02.12: 90 pgc

02.49: 135 pgc

03.00: 90 pgc

03.30: Sighted East Chugach Island Light brg 47 pgc

22.01: Cape Hinchinbrook brg 314 T, distance 17.8 miles. c/c 114 T


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20 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 59.17, Long -141.92


03.16: Cape St. Elias brg 10 pgc, c/c 110 T

08.50: 110 T

23.15: 112 pgc


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21 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 58.22, Long -135.45


01.40: 113 pgc

03.00: Harbor Point Light brg 53 T

03.35: passed Harbor Light on port beam, distant 2.5 miles

04.10: 120 T

06.35: 110 T

08.10: Cape Spencer Light brg 0 T, c/c 46 T

09.15: 76 T

10.18: Lemesurier's Island Light brg 190 T. c/c 103 pgc

11.02: Pt. Adolphus Light brg 209 T. c/c 119 T

12.45: Spanski Island Light brg 205 T, distant 0.9 miles. c/c 115 T

13.50: Point Augusta Light brg 180 T, distant 1.9 miles. c/c 135 T

14.05: Point Augusta Light brg 270 T, distant 2 miles. c/c 173 T

17.00: Point Craven Light brg 280 T, distant 3.8 miles

19.10: Gardner Point Light brg 83 T, distant 1.5 miles. c/c 170 pgc

12.45: Spasski Island Light brg 205 T, distant 0.9 miles. c/c 115 T


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22 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 55.97, Long -132.6


00.34: Point Crowley brg 60 T, distant 4 miles, c/c 129 T

04.00: Beauclerc Island light brg 295 T, distance 1.2 miles

05.16: Helen Rock buoy Light brg 156 T, distant 1.2 miles. c/c 97 pgc

07.47: Point Colboys Light brg 195 T, distant 1.3 miles. c/c 46 pgc

07.34: Vichnefski Rock light brg 136 T, distant 0.6 miles. c/c 52 pgc

07.48: Point Alexander brg 0 T, distant 1.7 miles. c/c 86 pgc.

08.25: Station Island brg 0 T, distant 0.8 miles. c/c 114 pgc

08.46: Vank Island brg 30 T, distant 0.8 miles. c/c 114 pgc

09.05: Neal Point brg 0 T, distant 1.7 miles

09.15: South Craig Point brg 270, distant 0.6 miles, c/c 188 pgc

09.54: Round Point brg 308 T, distance 1 mile. c/c 243 pgc

10.16: Steamer Point brg 148 T, distant 1.1 mile. c/c 200 pgc

10.38: Mariposa Rock buoy brg 90 T, distant 1 mile. c/c 172 pgc

11.02: Marsh Island brg 58 T, distant 1.3 miles. c/c 163 pgc

11.21: Lincoln Rock brg 60 T, distant 1 mile. c/c 144 pgc

12.45: Narrow Point light brg 196 T, distant 3.5 miles. c/c 155 pgc

14.33: Ship Island light brg 10 T, distant 2.3 miles. c/c 122 T.

01.24: Cape Decision Light brg 63 T, distance 1.5 miles, c/c 81 T

01.44: 72 T

02.20: Fairway Island brg 282 T, distance 4 miles, c/c 23 T

02.43: Point Albans Reef Buoy brg 280 T, distance 1 mile, c/c 15 T

07.47: I think the location recorded at this time is actually from 0547 or 0647, as it is followed by events at 0734 and 0748

15.20: Point Caamano brg 32 T, distant 1 mile, c/c 110 T

15.45: Guard Island light abeam, c/c 130 T

16.50: Passed Ketchikan abeam to port.

17.10: Cutter Rocks brg 22 true

17.30: Spire Island Light brg 235 T, distance 0.5 miles. c/c 140 pgc

17.48: Angle Point Light abeam to port, distance 0.4 miles. c/c 115 pgc.

18.17: Hog Rocks on starboard beam, distant 0.9 miles. c/c 130 pgc

18.40: Right tangent Twin Islands brg 234 T, distant 1.4 miles c/c 155 pgc

18.54: Mary Island brg 212 T, distant 1.3 miles

20.54: Tree Point Light brg 20 T, distant 1.5 miles. c/c 141 T.

22.21: Green Island light brg 164 T, distant 4 miles. c/c 174 T

22.44: Green Island Light brg 75 T, distant 0.8 miles. c/c 145 T

22.57: Green Island Light brg 345 T, distance 2 miles. c/c 163 pgc

06.47: Point Colboys Light brg 195 T, distant 1.3 miles. c/c 46 pgc


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23 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 53.03, Long -128.53


00.10: Hershey Island brg 202 pgc, c/c 146 pgc

06.00: passed Klewnuggit Light on port beam, distant 0.25 miles

08.10: Yolk Point abeam to starboard, c/c 120 T

08.55: 82 T

09.17: 90 T

09.45: 142 T

10.32: 132 T

13.30: Anchored in Carter Bay, B.C.. Right tangent East point brg 169 T, wreck "OHIO" 30 T

13.30: Anchored in Carter Bay, B.C.. Right tangent East point brg 169 T, wreck !OHIO! 30 T


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24 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 51.97, Long -127.93


04.20:

04.53: 185 T

06.20: 178 T

06.35: 169 T

06.56: 179 T

07.02: 193 T

07.10: Jorkins Point light brg 234 T, distant 1.5 miles. c/c 210 T

07.43: Gaudin Islands brg 98 T, distance 1 mile. c/c 184 T

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent

08.04: Susan Island brg 78 T, distance 1 mile. c/c 135 pgc

11.20: 180 pgc

13.40: Key's Rocks on starboard beam, distant 2 miles. c/c 164 T

14.37: Addenbroke Island Light on port beam, distant 0.6 miles. c/c 173 T

14.52: 200 pgc

15.20: Anchored in Safety Cove. Left tangent South Point brg 129.5 T, Right tangent Islet Point 67 T.

21.55:

22.03: 130 T

22.14: 175 pgc

22.46: 188 pgc


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25 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 50.35, Long -125.52


00.07: Egg Island light brg 65 T, distance 2 miles, c/c 168 T

04.56: Pulterrey Point light brg 11 T, close aboard, c/c 99 pgc

05.19: Haddington buoy light brg 207 pgc, close aboard. c/c 218 pgc

05.49: Gordon Point brg 0 pgc, distant 0.2 miles, c/c 100 pgc

06.12: 111 pgc

07.30: Cracoft Light brg 3 true, distance 0.8 miles. c/c 95 pgc

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent.

08.15: Left tangent Broken Islands brg 347 T, distant 2.7 miles. c/c 102 pgc

09.00: Left tangent Milli Island brg 359 T, distant 0.8 miles. c/c 123 T

09.50: 107 pgc

10.10: Helmcken Island light brg 358 T, c/c 89 pgc

10.25: Campo Point brg 190 T, c/c 108 pgc

10.55: White Beacon brg 0 T, c/c 90 pgc

11.40: Ripple Point brg 190 T, distant 0.25 miles. c/c 118 pgc

12.25: Chatham Point Light brg 240 T, distance 0.4 miles, c/c 160 T

13.15: Granite Point brg 0 T, distance 1.4 miles, c/c 169 T

14.35: Cape Maude brg 15 T, distance 0.4 miles, c/c 118 T

14.55: Race Island brg 223 true, distant 0.4 miles, c/c 136 T

15.12: Left tangent Steep island brg 90 T, distant 0.6 miles. c/c 151 T

01.40: Pine Island light brg 117 T, distance 2.6 miles. c/c 135 T

02.40: Scarlet Point Light brg 236 T, distance 1 mile, c/c 199 T

02.50: 178 T

02.58: Noble Island light brg 50 T, distance 0.5 miles. c/c 112 T

03.42: Masterman Island Light brg 218 T, distance 0.5 miles, c/c 128 T

03.55: 133 T

15.27: Yaculta Village brg 70 T, distant 0.6 miles, c/c 171 T

15.45: Cape Mudge brg 55 T, distant 0.3 miles, c/c 134 T

19.20: 140 T

19.55: Cape Lazo brg 217 T, distant 2.8 miles. c/c 134 T

20.28: Left tangent Sangster Island brg 91 T, distant 4.3 miles. c/c 117 T

21.16: Ballenas Islands brg 200 T, distant 1.2 miles, c/c 120 T

23.28: Thrasher Rock brg 210 T, distant 1.5 miles. c/c 130 T


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26 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


02.22: East Point Light brg 214 T, distance 3.2 miles. c/c 181 pgc

02.55: East Point Light brg 296 T, distance 1.7 miles. c/c 248 pgc

03.48: Turn Point Light brg 128 T, distant 0.6 miles. c/c 168 T

04.31: Kellet Bluff brg 130 T, distant 1.6 miles. c/c 160 pgc

05.06: Leine Kiln light brg 63 T, distant 1 mile. c/c 144 pgc.

06.00: 155 pgc

07.05: 134 pgc

07.59: 145 pgc

08.10: Marrowstone Point light brg 225 T, distant 0.6 miles. c/c 160 pgc

09.09: Double Bluff abeam to port, distant 0.5 miles.

09.26: Point No Point 1.5 miles in port beam, c/c 162 pgc

09.47: 172 pgc

10.06: Apple Cove Point 0.3 miles on starboard beam.

10.24: President Point brg 240 T, distant 0.5 miles, c/c 177 pgc

11.18: 127 pgc

11.55: Moored, Seattle

20.20: course 303 pgc

20.58: West Point Light brg 91 T, c/c 7 pgc

21.50: Apple Cove Light brg 270 T, distance 1.3 miles, c/c 344 pgc

22.24: Point No Point Light brg 270 pgc, distance 1.4 miles, c/c 318 pgc

22.46: Double Bluff buoy Light 90 T, distant 0.7 miles, c/c 333 pgc

23.03: 341 pgc

23.27: Marrowstone Point Light 270 T, 0.7 miles distant. c/c 322 pgc

23.49: Wilson Point Light 201 T, 1.3 miles distant. c/c 285 pgc

0348 : Turn Point Light brg 128 T, distant 0.6 miles. c/c 168 T


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27 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 48.35, Long -124.83


01.12: New Dungeness Light brg 165 T, distant 2.5 miles, c/c 145 pgc

02.40: Anchored, Port Angeles. Ediz Hook Light brg 45 T, distant 0.7 miles

03.15:

03.30: Ediz Hook Light abeam to port, distant 0.7 miles, c/c 288 pgc

05.00: 289 pgc

05.00: Found gyro to have 2 degrees westerly error

05.23: Crescent Rock Gas and Bell buoy abeam to port, distant 2.9 miles

07.00: Sheringham Point Light abeam to starboard, distant 7.1 miles

09.00: 286 T

10.18:

10.26: course 299 pgc

11.12: Tatoosh Island Light brg 165 T, 3.2 miles. c/c 223 pgc

11.38: Tatoosh Island Light brg 90 T, 3.5 miles. c/c 198 pgc

12.50: Umatilla Light Ship brg 132 pgc, distance 3.5 miles. c/c 180 T


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28 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 44.77, Long -124.72


4AM to 8AM: Gyro has 2.5 degrees westerly error. Log is under reading 5 percent.

08.00: 185 pgc

12.50: 215 pgc

14.15: 182 pgc

16.13: 186 pgc


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29 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 40.97, Long -124.65


01.38: Cape Blanco Light brg 93 pgc, distant 11.8 miles. c/c 180 pgc

08.17: 177 T

14.55: Blunts Reef Light Ship brg 70 pgc, distant 3.8 miles. c/c 164 pgc

4PM to 6PM: Gyro has 0.5 degrees westerly error.

22.58: Point Arena Light brg 90 pgc, distant 13.3 miles. c/c 147 T


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30 November 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


03.20: Picked up Point Reyes Light brg 128 T, distance 24.5 miles

04.00: Point Reyes Light brg 121 T, distant 15.5 miles, c/c 135 T

05.05: Point Reyes Light brg 100 T, distant 7 miles, c/c 125 T

05.41: Point Reyes Light abeam to port, distant 3.1 miles

06.49: Farallon Island Light brg 220 T, distant 10.8 miles, c/c 119 T

07.46: San Francisco Light Ship brg 252 T, distant 2.3 miles. c/c 70 T

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 7 percent

08.23: Mile Rock abeam, distant 0.5 miles

09.56: Moored, Oakland


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LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1934


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1 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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2 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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3 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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4 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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5 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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6 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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7 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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8 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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9 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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10 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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11 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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12 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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13 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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14 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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15 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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16 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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17 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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18 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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19 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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20 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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21 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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22 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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23 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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24 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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25 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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26 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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27 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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28 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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29 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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30 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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31 December 1934

At/From ???

Lat 37.79, Long -122.28


Noon: Oakland


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LOGS FOR JANUARY 1935


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1 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


00.00: Moored as before foot of Grove St.

Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine work. 8:50 Received from Valley Creamery Co milk for General Mess.

Mid to 9AM: Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F 1c detailed to mess duty.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 granted liberty to section C of the crew until 8:00 AM tomorrow

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 liberty party returned on time except William A.Howley (105-758) sea 1/c. 10:00 Dionisio Adoney (100-044) Off Std, 2/c, transferred to Golden Gate in accordance with Com San Fran Div letter 13 Dec., 1934 (73-701) 11:35 Lieut (jg) W.J. Swanston returned from 30 days leave of absence. 11:35 Joseph E Pellelin (108-269) CMoMM, reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

11:05PM: William A. Howley (105-758) sea 1/c, came aboard absent overleave for a period of 13 hours and 5 minutes.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 liberty party returned on time except William A.Howley (105-758) sea 1/c. 10:00 Dionisio Adoney (100-044) Off Std, 2/c, transferred to Golden Gate in accordance with Com San Fran Div letter 13 Dec., 1934 (73-701) 10:00 Dionisio Adoney (100-044) Off Std, 2/c, transferred to Golden Gate in accordance with Com San Fran Div letter 13 Dec., 1934 (73-701) 11:35 Lieut (jg) W.J. Swanston returned from 30 days leave of absence. 11:35 Lieut (jg) W.J. Swanston returned from 30 days leave of absence. 11:35 Joseph E Pellelin (108-269) CMoMM, reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence. 11:35 Joseph E Pellelin (108-269) CMoMM, reported aboard from 30 days leave of absence.


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2 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 regular liberty party returned on time. 8:30 pistol range party left for Base #11.

2:00AM: William A. Howley (105-758) sea 1/c, could not be found aboard and is declared absent without leave.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Athens Baking Company and Western Dairy company. Received paint from Coast Guard Store Base #11 as per invoice. 11:50 Pistol party returned aboard. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. Water on all hoses 2 minutes. Received from Valley Creamery Company commissary stores for general mess as per invoice. 3:53 Pistol party aboard.

9AM to 4PM: The following men left on leave as indicated: Oscar Elandson (121-078) MM. 1c 30 days Everett Luntsfred (106-567) MoMM. 1c 30 days Albert D. Hinsbey (104-811) E.M 1c 30 days La~~y Virgil Mular (208-150) F. 1c 30 days Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F. 1c 25 days 1:05 Rudolph E. Mordizia (208-176) Sea 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 2:20 Harvey Davis (102-687) C.Y. reported aboard for duty from Base #11, reference San Francisco Division letter 11 December 1934 (73-701). 2:40 GAVIOTA alongside with Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std 2c who reported aboard for duty from GOLDEN GATE, reference San Francisco Division letter (73-701).

2:43PM: GAVIOTA shoved off.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: The following men left on leave as indicated: Oscar Elandson (121-078) MM. 1c 30 days Oscar Elandson (121-078) MM. 1c 30 days Everett Luntsfred (106-567) MoMM. 1c 30 days Everett Luntsfred (106-567) MoMM. 1c 30 days Albert D. Hinsbey (104-811) E.M 1c 30 days Albert D. Hinsbey (104-811) E.M 1c 30 days La~~y Virgil Mular (208-150) F. 1c 30 days La~~y Virgil Mular (208-150) F. 1c 30 days Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F. 1c 25 days Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F. 1c 25 days 1:05 Rudolph E. Mordizia (208-176) Sea 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 1:05 Rudolph E. Mordizia (208-176) Sea 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 2:20 Harvey Davis (102-687) C.Y. reported aboard for duty from Base #11, reference San Francisco Division letter 11 December 1934 (73-701). 2:20 Harvey Davis (102-687) C.Y. reported aboard for duty from Base #11, reference San Francisco Division letter 11 December 1934 (73-701). 2:40 GAVIOTA alongside with Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std 2c who reported aboard for duty from GOLDEN GATE, reference San Francisco Division letter (73-701). 2:40 GAVIOTA alongside with Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std 2c who reported aboard for duty from GOLDEN GATE, reference San Francisco Division letter (73-701).


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3 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Swift and Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:30 Pistol party left for Base #11.

Mid to 9AM: 7:50 Earl L. Poff (109-047) E.M. 2c placed on sick list, diagnosis intestinal influenza. 7:58 William A Howley (105-758) Sea 1c returned aboard after being absent without leave 29 hours and 58 minutes. Following detailed to mess duty: John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea 1c, John E. Tullock (208-173) Sea 2c and Leonard F. Van ~~nsagen (208-240) Sea 2c.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Received from the Au~~ Meat Co, meat for General Mess on Invoice #25982. 10:00 Received from Poultry Produce of Central California, eggs as per invoice #17581 for General Mess. 10:25 Received from Western Dairy Produce Co, ice cream for Gen mess Invoice #96097. 10:30 Patrol Boat C.G. 802 came alongside. 11:50 Received of Coletta Bros fruit and vegatables, as per invoice #1525-48 for General Mess. 11:52 Pistol party returned from Base #11 1:00 Held Quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. 1:30 Pistol party returned to Base #11 for further instruction. 1:30 Received from ~. Kakuses, vegatables on Bill No 18 1:35 received from Valley Creamery Co, milk for General mess on Bill #24. 3:25 Firing pistol party returned on board from Base #11. 3:30 Received from Joe Robinowitz, 16# bacon, Bill #24 for General Mess.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 O'Malley John A. Jr. (208-028) Sea 1/c, reported on board from ten (10) day leave of absence on time. 10:55 Van Inwagen, Leonard F. (208-240) Sea 2/c reported on board from 30 days leave of absence on time. 11:00 Dough, Lloyd L. (Carpenter) reported on board from (5) days leave on time. 11:05 Captain C.C. McMillan came on board to inspect repairs on machinary. 11:13 Captain C.C. McMillan left vessel, on Patrol Boat C.G. 802. 11:30 Tullock, John E. (203-173) Sea 2/c reported on board from (30) days leave of absence on time. 11:45 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Howley, William A. (105-758) Sea 1/c, for offence committed on the 1st and 3rd January 1935; awarded Summary Court Martial. 12:00 Amar, Frank (100-168) M.Att 1/c left vessel on (30) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:40 Denio, William B. (208-156) Sea 1/c left vessel on (19) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:45 Logan, Beu A. (208-110) Sea 1/c, left vessel on (20) days leave granted by Commanding Officer

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 a.m tomorrow. Crew performed usual evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

Mid to 9AM: 7:50 Earl L. Poff (109-047) E.M. 2c placed on sick list, diagnosis intestinal influenza. 7:58 William A Howley (105-758) Sea 1c returned aboard after being absent without leave 29 hours and 58 minutes. 7:58 William A Howley (105-758) Sea 1c returned aboard after being absent without leave 29 hours and 58 minutes. Following detailed to mess duty: John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea 1c, John E. Tullock (208-173) Sea 2c and Leonard F. Van ~~nsagen (208-240) Sea 2c. Following detailed to mess duty: John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea 1c, John E. Tullock (208-173) Sea 2c and Leonard F. Van ~~nsagen (208-240) Sea 2c.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 O'Malley John A. Jr. (208-028) Sea 1/c, reported on board from ten (10) day leave of absence on time. 10:55 Van Inwagen, Leonard F. (208-240) Sea 2/c reported on board from 30 days leave of absence on time. 10:55 Van Inwagen, Leonard F. (208-240) Sea 2/c reported on board from 30 days leave of absence on time. 11:00 Dough, Lloyd L. (Carpenter) reported on board from (5) days leave on time. 11:00 Dough, Lloyd L. (Carpenter) reported on board from (5) days leave on time. 11:05 Captain C.C. McMillan came on board to inspect repairs on machinary. 11:05 Captain C.C. McMillan came on board to inspect repairs on machinary. 11:13 Captain C.C. McMillan left vessel, on Patrol Boat C.G. 802. 11:13 Captain C.C. McMillan left vessel, on Patrol Boat C.G. 802. 11:30 Tullock, John E. (203-173) Sea 2/c reported on board from (30) days leave of absence on time. 11:30 Tullock, John E. (203-173) Sea 2/c reported on board from (30) days leave of absence on time. 11:45 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Howley, William A. (105-758) Sea 1/c, for offence committed on the 1st and 3rd January 1935; awarded Summary Court Martial. 11:45 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Howley, William A. (105-758) Sea 1/c, for offence committed on the 1st and 3rd January 1935; awarded Summary Court Martial. 12:00 Amar, Frank (100-168) M.Att 1/c left vessel on (30) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 12:00 Amar, Frank (100-168) M.Att 1/c left vessel on (30) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:40 Denio, William B. (208-156) Sea 1/c left vessel on (19) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:40 Denio, William B. (208-156) Sea 1/c left vessel on (19) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:45 Logan, Beu A. (208-110) Sea 1/c, left vessel on (20) days leave granted by Commanding Officer 1:45 Logan, Beu A. (208-110) Sea 1/c, left vessel on (20) days leave granted by Commanding Officer


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4 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 6:50 Received from Athens Bakery Co, Bread for General Mess. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew carried out usual morning routine work about decks. 8:30 Sent (7) men to Base #11 for pistol instruction.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. Inspected magazine flood valves; conditions good. 1:00 received commissary stores from Valley Creamery as per invoice 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection.

9AM to 4PM: 11:20 Everett J. Luntsford (106-567) MM 1/c, recalled from leave of absence. 11:45 Commanding Officer held mast on John A. O'Malley for insobordination to a superior officer, awarded 20 hours extra duty and 20 days restriction aboard ship. 12:40 Ansel A. Hulver Jr (105-148) C.MoMM left on 30 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 Everett Luntsford (106-567) MM 1/c, transferred to Base #11 in accordance with Com San Fran Div letter 31 Dec, 1934 (73-701)

4PM to Mid: 4:20 pistol range men returned from Base #11. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 AM tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

6:55PM: William A. Howley (105-758) sea 1/c, furnished with charges and specification for a summary court.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:20 Everett J. Luntsford (106-567) MM 1/c, recalled from leave of absence. 11:45 Commanding Officer held mast on John A. O'Malley for insobordination to a superior officer, awarded 20 hours extra duty and 20 days restriction aboard ship. 11:45 Commanding Officer held mast on John A. O'Malley for insobordination to a superior officer, awarded 20 hours extra duty and 20 days restriction aboard ship. 12:40 Ansel A. Hulver Jr (105-148) C.MoMM left on 30 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:40 Ansel A. Hulver Jr (105-148) C.MoMM left on 30 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 Everett Luntsford (106-567) MM 1/c, transferred to Base #11 in accordance with Com San Fran Div letter 31 Dec, 1934 (73-701) 2:00 Everett Luntsford (106-567) MM 1/c, transferred to Base #11 in accordance with Com San Fran Div letter 31 Dec, 1934 (73-701)


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5 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 regular liberty party returned on time. 8:30 Pistol party left for Base #11.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company. Crew received semi-monthly pay. 11:00 Received 8 typewriters from Underwood Company. 11:50 Pistol party returned to ship. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company and Athens Baking Company. 1:00 Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am monday morning and to one section until 10:00 am tomorrow.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 George Berens (113-890) Sea 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. James D. Rasmussen (208-253) Sea 2c returned from 20 days leave on time. 12:15 Frank A. Billet (208-105) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 George W. Simmons Jr. (208-251) Sea 2c left on 20 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 George Berens (113-890) Sea 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. James D. Rasmussen (208-253) Sea 2c returned from 20 days leave on time. James D. Rasmussen (208-253) Sea 2c returned from 20 days leave on time. 12:15 Frank A. Billet (208-105) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 12:15 Frank A. Billet (208-105) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 George W. Simmons Jr. (208-251) Sea 2c left on 20 days leave granted by commanding officer. 1:00 George W. Simmons Jr. (208-251) Sea 2c left on 20 days leave granted by commanding officer.


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6 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. 10:00 Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 AM Monday. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company and Western Dairy Company.

10:00AM: Zamora, Leineo (111-337) M.Att. 1/c returned on board from (40) days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew carried out usual routine work.

Noon: OAKLand California


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7 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:30 Sent Pistol party to Base #11 for pistol instruction. Crew carrid out usual morning routine instruction.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:50 pistol party returned from Base #11. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation, and boat drills.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 AM tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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8 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Swift and Company, Western Dairy Products, Cotella Bros, Bay City Poultry Company, and Poultry Produce. Received 12 holystones from Coast Guard Stores Base 11. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation and boat drill. Received commissary stores per invoices for general mess from Valley Creamery Company, and D. Kaburis. 1:55 GAVIOTA alongide and delivered 9 pieces of copper pipe for engineer department from C. W. Smith Copper Company San Franscisco. 2:30 Delivered to Standard Oil Company of California one steel barrel #408216.

10:15AM: George Safol (109-094) RM 1c returned from 10 days leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: 1:55 GAVIOTA alongside 2:00 GAVIOTA shoved off. 3:00 GAVIOTA alongside. 3:25 GAVIOTA shoved off.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and C until 8:00 am tomorrow. 5:35 Received 15 copper castings from C. W. Smith Copper Company. Crew performed evening routine.

7:00PM: John O'Malley (208-029) Sea 1c completed 2 hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 1:55 GAVIOTA alongside 2:00 GAVIOTA shoved off. 2:00 GAVIOTA shoved off. 3:00 GAVIOTA alongside. 3:00 GAVIOTA alongside. 3:25 GAVIOTA shoved off. 3:25 GAVIOTA shoved off.


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9 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Received from Western Dairy Co. ice cream for general mess. 12:10 Received from Valley Creamery Co. milk for general mess, on bill #35 12:55 Held Fire Drill first water, 1 minute, all streams (2) minutes. 1:30 Received of Athens bakery Co, bread for General Mess.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 McKinnon, Joseph J. (107-087) Cox, placed on sick list, Diagnosis (undetermined). 10:35 Dennis Harvey (102-687) C.Y. left vessel for Marine Hospital, dental treatment. 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Wallers R. Clarence (110-702) F 1/c, for absence without leave from 1830 23 November 1934 to 1:10 p.m. 1 December 1934. Awarded (10) hours extra duty, reference headquarters letter 2 January 1935, P-73-701.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to (2) sections of crew until 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. Crew employed during day about decks at various jobs.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 McKinnon, Joseph J. (107-087) Cox placed in single irons in sick bay, for safe keeping. John O'Malley Jr. (208-029) Sea 1c completed one hour extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 McKinnon, Joseph J. (107-087) Cox, placed on sick list, Diagnosis (undetermined). 10:35 Dennis Harvey (102-687) C.Y. left vessel for Marine Hospital, dental treatment. 10:35 Dennis Harvey (102-687) C.Y. left vessel for Marine Hospital, dental treatment. 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Wallers R. Clarence (110-702) F 1/c, for absence without leave from 1:30 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Wallers R. Clarence (110-702) F 1/c, for absence without leave from 1830 23 November 1934 to 1:10 p.m. 1 December 1934. Awarded (10) hours extra duty, reference headquarters letter 2 January 1935, P-73-701. 1830 23 November 1934 to 1:10 p.m. 1 December 1934. Awarded (10) hours extra duty, reference headquarters letter 2 January 1935, P-73-701.


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10 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew employed at usual morning routine work. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

3:30AM: Ensign G.O. Olson returned to vessel from (45) days leave, granted by Headquarters.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:00 received engineers stores from Mare Island Navy Yard, as per invoice. 1:00 held quarters followed by infantry drill ashore.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Harold E ~~~ydis (216-483) Sea 1/c, left for outpatient treatment at the US Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 11:00 Joseph J, McKinnon (107-087) Cox, left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 2:30 Max H. Kerns (105-598) C.R.M., left on 14 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

7:00PM: John O'Malley Jr. (208-029) Sea 1c completed 1.5 hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Harold E ~~~ydis (216-483) Sea 1/c, left for outpatient treatment at the US Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 11:00 Joseph J, McKinnon (107-087) Cox, left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 11:00 Joseph J, McKinnon (107-087) Cox, left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 2:30 Max H. Kerns (105-598) C.R.M., left on 14 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:30 Max H. Kerns (105-598) C.R.M., left on 14 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.


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11 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine.

8:00AM: liberty party returned on time except Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2/c, who is absent overleave.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cock found satisfactory. Made biweekly test of all smokeless powder indicies, conditions normal. Received stores for general mess as per invoices from Athens Bakery and Western Dairy. 2:30 Commanding officer held weekly ship's inspection.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c returned aboard 1 hour and 5 minutes overleave. 9:10 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1c left on 2 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:00 Paul Lybrand (106-575) cox reported aboard from 45 days leave on time. 11:05 Charles A Hoffman (208-118) Sea 1c reported aboard from 27 days leave on time. 11:45 Commanding officer held mast in case of Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c for absence overleave 1 hour and 5 minutes awarded 7 days restriction to ship and 7 hours extra duty. 12:30 Brady E. Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

7:00PM: John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c completed 2 hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

Noon to Mid: From Noon to Midnight, cloud data entries were made and then crossed out. That data was not transcribed because it was crossed out.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c returned aboard 1 hour and 5 minutes overleave. 9:10 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1c left on 2 days leave granted by commanding officer. 9:10 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1c left on 2 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:00 Paul Lybrand (106-575) cox reported aboard from 45 days leave on time. 11:00 Paul Lybrand (106-575) cox reported aboard from 45 days leave on time. 11:05 Charles A Hoffman (208-118) Sea 1c reported aboard from 27 days leave on time. 11:05 Charles A Hoffman (208-118) Sea 1c reported aboard from 27 days leave on time. 11:45 Commanding officer held mast in case of Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c for absence overleave 1 hour and 5 minutes awarded 7 days restriction to ship 11:45 Commanding officer held mast in case of Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c for absence overleave 1 hour and 5 minutes awarded 7 days restriction to ship and 7 hours extra duty. and 7 hours extra duty. 12:30 Brady E. Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by commanding officer. 12:30 Brady E. Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by commanding officer.


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12 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

8:10AM: Walter G. Lawrence (105-096) CMM left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:10 C.G. 802 came alongside with stores. 10:30 held monthly general muster. 11:00 received two boxes from the Illinois Testing Laboratories. 1:00 granted liberty to sections "A" and "B." to expire at 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Sunday and Monday. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Athens Baking Company Valley Creamery Company Western Dairy Co.

9AM to 4PM: 10:35 Wade T. Downey (111-390) Q.M. 3c reported aboard from liberty; the TAHOE being at sea. 11:20 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea. 1c returned from 15 day's leave on time 11:30 Harvey Davis (102-687) C.Y. transferred to the SHOSHONE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 11 Jan., 1935 (73-701)

5:30PM: The TAHOE stood in and moored at Clay Street pier.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

6:00PM: Wade T. Downey (111-390) Q.M. 3/c left for TAHOE, ship having returned from sea.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:35 Wade T. Downey (111-390) Q.M. 3c reported aboard from liberty; the TAHOE being at sea. 11:20 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea. 1c returned from 15 day's leave on time 11:20 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea. 1c returned from 15 day's leave on time 11:30 Harvey Davis (102-687) C.Y. transferred to the SHOSHONE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 11 Jan., 1935 (73-701) 11:30 Harvey Davis (102-687) C.Y. transferred to the SHOSHONE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 11 Jan., 1935 (73-701)


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13 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed Sunday routine. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. 10:30 Granted liberty to one sections of crew until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow. 11:00 Received from Valley Creamery Co, milk for general mess Omitted Quarters and Drills on account of day being Sunday.

Noon: Oakland California


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14 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out usual morning routine work. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. Tourney Electrical and engineering Co. engaged in work on electrical side of anchor windlass. 1:00 held quarters followed by clothing inspection. 2:20 received Commissary stores from Athens Baking Co., as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1/c, returned from 2 days leave of absence. 2:05 Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. reported aboard from "Shoshone" in accordance with Com San Fran. Div letter 11 Jan, 1935 (73-701)

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew engaged in regular evening routine.

4PM to Mid: John A O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c completed 3 hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1/c, returned from 2 days leave of absence. 2:05 Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. reported aboard from !Shoshone! in accordance with Com San Fran. Div letter 11 Jan, 1935 (73-701) 2:05 Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. reported aboard from !Shoshone! in accordance with Com San Fran. Div letter 11 Jan, 1935 (73-701)


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15 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew engaged in regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:15 received commissary stores from Anker Meat Co., as per invoice.

9AM to 4Pm: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:50 received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Poultry Produce of Central California. 10:35 Received 110 gallons gasoline from Richfield Oil Company. 10:40 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Cotella Bros, Poultry Produce of Central California, Valley Creamery Company and D. Kakures. Tourney Electric and Engineering Company engaged in work on aft windlass. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation and boat drill. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company.

9AM to 4PM: Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 1c received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco. 10:05 Carl W. Jackson (105-286) R.M. 2c returned from 31 days leave on time. 12:00 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1c transferred to San Francisco Division for duty in accordance with letter Comdr. San Francisco Division 19 December 1934 (73-701) 3:20 George Berns (113-890) Sea 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for inpatient treatment as result of own misconduct.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

4PM to Mid: 6:30 Henry A Clark (109-866) W.T. 2c reported aboard from HAIDA until return of TAHOE to port. 8:00 John A O'Malley Jr. (208-029) Sea 1c completed one hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 1c received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco. 10:05 Carl W. Jackson (105-286) R.M. 2c returned from 31 days leave on time. 10:05 Carl W. Jackson (105-286) R.M. 2c returned from 31 days leave on time. 12:00 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1c transferred to San Francisco Division for duty in accordance with letter Comdr. San Francisco Division 19 December 1934 (73-701) 12:00 William R. Ward (110-749) Y 1c transferred to San Francisco Division for duty in accordance with letter Comdr. San Francisco Division 19 December 1934 (73-701) 3:20 George Berns (113-890) Sea 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for inpatient treatment as result of own misconduct. 3:20 George Berns (113-890) Sea 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for inpatient treatment as result of own misconduct.


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16 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products.

8:30AM: Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 1c returned from 50 days leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters, followed by fire drill; water on all hoses in 2 min. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 George W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c returned from thirty (30) days' leave on time. 12:30 Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c departed on forty-five (45) days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to "B" and "C" sections until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow. Crew performed evening routine.

8:00PM: John A. O'Malley, Jr. (208-029) Sea. 1c completed 1.5 hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California


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17 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning ruotine. 8:00 liberty sections returned on time.

8:30AM: Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 1c received out-patient medical treatment at Base Eleven.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:00 delivered to Smith Copper works 7 pieces of pipe with fittings attached, as per invoice. 11:30 received one coil of cable for engineers, as per government bill of lading #2981. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal, gun, and boat drills.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Cheif Machinist Barnett Raskin returned from 46 days leave of absence granted by headquarters. 2:30 Cheif Machinist Barnett Raskin detached from active duty and departed for his home to await order for his retirement effective 1 February 1935; authority H.L. 7 Jan, 1935 (PR-72-531)

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow Crew performed regular evening routine.

4PM to Mid: John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea 1c completed 2 hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Cheif Machinist Barnett Raskin returned from 46 days leave of absence granted by headquarters. 2:30 Cheif Machinist Barnett Raskin detached from active duty and departed for his home to await order for his retirement effective 1 February 1935; 2:30 Cheif Machinist Barnett Raskin detached from active duty and departed for his home to await order for his retirement effective 1 February 1935; authority H.L. 7 Jan, 1935 (PR-72-531) authority H.L. 7 Jan, 1935 (PR-72-531)


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18 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve, found satisfactory. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company. 2:30 Received supplies as per invoice from Coast Guard Store Base 11. 2:35 Commanding Officer made weekly ship's inspection.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Charles E. Jones (102-509) G.M. 1c return from 30 days leave on time. 2:00 Charles E. Jones (102-509) G.M. 1c left on 3 days extension of leave granted by Commanding Officer.

9AM to 4PM: 2:15 GAVIOTA alongside with piping from C.W. Smith San Francisco. 2:25 GAVIOTA shoved off.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of watch until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company. Crew performed evening routine.

4PM to Mid: 4:40 GAVIOTA alongside and received piping. 4:47 GAVIOTA shoved off.

4PM to Mid: 5:25 Following men advanced in rating: Earl L. Rolf (109-047) EM 2c to EM 1c, Luis Ramirez (100-266) Off Std 2/c to Off Std 1c. John A O'Malley Jr. (208-029) Sea 1c completed two hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California


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19 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 granted liberty to "C" section until 10:00 a.m. Sunday and to "B" section until 8:00 a.m. Monday. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Western Dairy Products Co., Valley Creamery Co.

11:15AM: Mathew M Nomara (107-115) M.M. 2c returned from twenty-five (25) days' leave on time.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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20 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed Sunday morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 liberty party returned on time. 10:00 granted liberty to section "B" until 8:00 am tomorrow.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Luis Ramirez (100-266) Off. Std 2/c, returned from 40 day's leave of absence. 11:20 George Mallwitz (106-680) SC 1/c, returned from 30 days leave of absence. 11:50 Ansel C. Hulbert (105-148) C.MoMM, returned from 15 days leave of absence. 12:05 Ansel C. Hulbert (105-148) C.MoMM left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.

4:00 to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Luis Ramirez (100-266) Off. Std 2/c, returned from 40 day's leave of absence. 11:20 George Mallwitz (106-680) SC 1/c, returned from 30 days leave of absence. 11:20 George Mallwitz (106-680) SC 1/c, returned from 30 days leave of absence. 11:50 Ansel C. Hulbert (105-148) C.MoMM, returned from 15 days leave of absence. 11:50 Ansel C. Hulbert (105-148) C.MoMM, returned from 15 days leave of absence. 12:05 Ansel C. Hulbert (105-148) C.MoMM left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 12:05 Ansel C. Hulbert (105-148) C.MoMM left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.


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21 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products. Crew received semi monthly pay. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal resuscitation and boat drills. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company and Valley Creamery Company. 1:35 Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. 3:30 Received paint from DuPont Paint Company as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: George A Melvin removed from sick list. Daniel Sullivan placed on sick list, diagnosis, influenza. 10:50 Burton Y Fujmire (103-741) Y. 2c returned from 35 days leave on time. 11:30 Charles E. Jones (102-509) B.M. 1c rturned from 3 days leave on time. 12:10 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox reported aboard from inpatient treatment U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 3:00 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox left on 17 days leave on account of sickness. 2:20 John E. Tullock (208-173) Sea 2c transferred to DAPHNE authority San Francisco Div. letter 19 Jan. 1935 (73-701) 2:20 Henry F. Bogenrieder (204-235) Sea 2c reported aboard from DAPHNE, authority San Francisco Division letter 19 January 1935 (73-701). Henry F Boegenrieder (204-235) Sea 2c assigned to mess duty for remainder of month.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: George A Melvin removed from sick list. Daniel Sullivan placed on sick list, diagnosis, influenza. Daniel Sullivan placed on sick list, diagnosis, influenza. 10:50 Burton Y Fujmire (103-741) Y. 2c returned from 35 days leave on time. 10:50 Burton Y Fujmire (103-741) Y. 2c returned from 35 days leave on time. 11:30 Charles E. Jones (102-509) B.M. 1c rturned from 3 days leave on time. 11:30 Charles E. Jones (102-509) B.M. 1c rturned from 3 days leave on time. 12:10 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox reported aboard from inpatient treatment U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 12:10 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox reported aboard from inpatient treatment U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 3:00 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox left on 17 days leave on account of sickness. 3:00 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox left on 17 days leave on account of sickness. 2:20 John E. Tullock (208-173) Sea 2c transferred to DAPHNE authority San Francisco Div. letter 19 Jan. 1935 (73-701) 2:20 John E. Tullock (208-173) Sea 2c transferred to DAPHNE authority San Francisco Div. letter 19 Jan. 1935 (73-701) 2:20 Henry F. Bogenrieder (204-235) Sea 2c reported aboard from DAPHNE, authority San Francisco Division letter 19 January 1935 (73-701). 2:20 Henry F. Bogenrieder (204-235) Sea 2c reported aboard from DAPHNE, authority San Francisco Division letter 19 January 1935 (73-701). Henry F Boegenrieder (204-235) Sea 2c assigned to mess duty for remainder of month. Henry F Boegenrieder (204-235) Sea 2c assigned to mess duty for remainder of month.


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22 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Anker Meat Co., Poultry Producers, Western Dairy Products Co., Cotella Bros., D. Kakures, Valley Creamery Co. 12:45 repair party left ship for rifle range at Leona Hts. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal, boat, and resuscitation drills. 1:30 Granted liberty to section “C” until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow. 1:50 received one (1) package of clothing from Coast Guard Store. 2:35 repair party returned from the rifle range. Crew engaged in maintenance work about ship.

9AM to 4PM: Daniel Sullivan, (208-115) Sea. 2c discharged from sick list.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine. 4:30 Granted liberty to section "B" until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow.

8:00PM: John A. O'Malley jr (208-029) Sea. 1c completed last three (3) hours of a twenty hour extra duty sentence.

Noon: Oakland California


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23 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:35 repair party left ship for the rifle range at Leona Heights.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspections of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:20 received 6 pieces of copper piping from Smith Copper Works, having been repaired by that concern. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill; first water 35 seconds, water on all hoses 1 minute, 10 seconds. 1:30 granted liberty to section "A" until 8:00 AM tomorrow 1:30 received commissary stores from Bay City Poultry Co., as per invoice. 1:45 repair party returned from the rifle range.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 William B. Davis (208-156 sea 1/c, returned from 19 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:00 Ray Kern (105-695) C B.M. received out-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 3:00 Pay Clerk A.E. Sanetti left on ten days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine. 4:30 granted liberty to section "B" of the crew until 8:00 AM tomorrow.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 William B. Davis (208-156 sea 1/c, returned from 19 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:00 Ray Kern (105-695) C B.M. received out-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 12:00 Ray Kern (105-695) C B.M. received out-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 3:00 Pay Clerk A.E. Sanetti left on ten days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 3:00 Pay Clerk A.E. Sanetti left on ten days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.


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24 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:15 Range party left for small arms range at Leona Heights.

Mid to 9AM: Earl J. Roland and William A Howley received outpatient treatment at Base 11.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to absence of small arms party. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Percy Compbell (101-711) M.M. 1c received medical examination for discharge at Base 11. 11:45 Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c returned from 20 days leave on time. 12:00 Percy Campbell (101-711) M.M. 1c discharged, authority H/L 17 January 1935, P-73-701, ordinary discharge. 1:30 Henry A Clarke (109-866) W.T. 2c received outpatient treatment at Base 11 for finger injured in line of duty.

4PM to Mid: 4:05 Range party returned to ship. 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. 5:15 Returned 4 empty carboys to Bruan Knecht Heiman Company via Merchants Express Company. Crew performed evening routine.

7:30PM: Emil Moen, Boatswain returned from leave.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Percy Compbell (101-711) M.M. 1c received medical examination for discharge at Base 11. 11:45 Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c returned from 20 days leave on time. 11:45 Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c returned from 20 days leave on time. 12:00 Percy Campbell (101-711) M.M. 1c discharged, authority H/L 17 January 1935, P-73-701, ordinary discharge. 12:00 Percy Campbell (101-711) M.M. 1c discharged, authority H/L 17 January 1935, P-73-701, ordinary discharge. 1:30 Henry A Clarke (109-866) W.T. 2c received outpatient treatment at Base 11 for finger injured in line of duty. 1:30 Henry A Clarke (109-866) W.T. 2c received outpatient treatment at Base 11 for finger injured in line of duty.


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25 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received from Athens Baking Company commissary stores for general mess as per invoice. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:15 Range party left ship for Leona Heights small arms range.

5:45AM: Max H. Keasons (105-598) CP.M. returned from 14 days leave on time.

9AM to Mid: Log entries for the 9AM to 4PM and 4PM to Midnight shifts were crossed out and new entries made on the next log page.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Made weekly test of magazine flood cocks and bi-weekly test of all indices of S.P.; conditions satisfactory. 8:00 Received commissary stores as per invoices from Valley Creamery Co. and Western Dairy Proudcuts. Omitted quarters due to absence of small arms party. 3:45 small arms party returned from the rifle range.

10:10AM: TAHOE stood in.

10:55AM: Henry A. Clarke (109-866) W.T. 2c tranferred to TAHOE, Authority Art. 4871B Personal.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow.

9AM to Mid: Log entries for the 9AM to 4PM and 4PM to Midnight shifts were crossed out on the previous page and new entries made on this page.


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26 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:15 small arms party departed for the rifle range.

Mid to 9AM: Carlos Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c admitted to sick list; diagnosis undetermined.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 12:10 range party returned to ship. 1:00 granted liberty to section "A" until 8:00 am Monday and section "C" until 10:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from : Valley Creamery Company, Athens Baking Company, and Cotella Bros.

9AM to 4PM: 11:40 George W. Simmons Jr. (208-251) sea 2/c, returned from 20 days leave of absence. 11:45 Abner W Lee (120-568) MM 1/c, returned from 25 days leave of absence. 2:30 Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) sea 1/c left on 30 days leave of absence. 2:30 Fred M. Bloomer (200-169) sea 1/c left on 30 days leave of absence. Carlos Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for inpatient treatment.

4PM to Mid: 4:25 received one piece of copper piping from Smith copper Works. Crew performed regular evening routine.

8:00PM: Harold E. ~~yd~ (216-483) sea 2/c, failed to return from special liberty and is absent over leave.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:40 George W. Simmons Jr. (208-251) sea 2/c, returned from 20 days leave of absence. 11:45 Abner W Lee (120-568) MM 1/c, returned from 25 days leave of absence. 11:45 Abner W Lee (120-568) MM 1/c, returned from 25 days leave of absence. 2:30 Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) sea 1/c left on 30 days leave of absence. 2:30 Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) sea 1/c left on 30 days leave of absence. 2:30 Fred M. Bloomer (200-169) sea 1/c left on 30 days leave of absence. 2:30 Fred M. Bloomer (200-169) sea 1/c left on 30 days leave of absence. Carlos Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for inpatient treatment. Carlos Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for inpatient treatment.


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27 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine work.

9AM to 4PM: Inpsected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Western Dairy Products and Valley Creamery Company. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one section of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Observed Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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28 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 2c has now been absent overleave 1 day and 12 hours.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Received one package from Richard Crisp, Los Angeles via Railway Express - Waybill #811. 1:00 held quarters followed by resuscitation and boat drills. Received commissary stores as per invoices from: Athens Baking Co., Valley Creamery Co., Western Dairy Proudcts. Crew engaged in chipping and maintenance work on ship's side.

9AM to 4PM: 12:00 Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F. 1c failed to return from twenty-five days' leave on time. 1:15 Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F. 1c admitted to sick list; acute catarrhal fever.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am. to-morrow.

Noon: Oakland California


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29 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores from Swift and Co. as per invoice 5791.

Mid to 9AM: 7:45 Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F. 1c returned to ship from leave; having been absent over leave 19 hrs. and 45 mins. Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left ship for out-patient treatment at Marine Hospital at San Francisco. Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 2c now absent overleave 2 days and 12 hours.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and SP samples; conditions dry and normal 1:00 held quarters followed by signal, resuscistation, and boat drills. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from: Western Dairy Products, Poultry Producers of Central California, D. Kakures, Bay City Poultry Company, Cotella Bros., Valley Creamery Company, and Athens Baking Company.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 AM tomorrow Crew performed regular evening routine work

Noon: Oakland California

Mid to 9AM: 7:45 Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F. 1c returned to ship from leave; having been absent over leave 19 hrs. and 45 mins. Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left ship for out-patient treatment at Marine Hospital at San Francisco. Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left ship for out-patient treatment at Marine Hospital at San Francisco. Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 2c now absent overleave 2 days and 12 hours. Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 2c now absent overleave 2 days and 12 hours.


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30 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Athens Baking Company, Anker Meat Company and Joe ~~finowitz.

Mid to 9AM: Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea 2c now absent over leave 3 days and 12 hours.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:00 Working detail in charge of Gunner C. Valdrow left for small arms range to repair targets. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Western Dairy Products and Valley Creamery Company. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill, first water 20 seconds, all water 1 minute; collision drill; and stations for abandon ship. 1:30 Working party from range returned aboard. 1:45 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking company 2:00 Motor launch made trip across estuary and returned with load of sand.

9AM to 4PM: 11:45 Held mast in case of Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F1c absent on leave 19 hours and 45 minutes, given warning. Following rated to Sea 1c, reference Div. Comdr. Letter Jan 29, 1935, 73-701: George E. Montgomery, (208-256), Lowell J. Samuelson (208-232) and Leonard F. Van Inwagen (208-240)

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

4PM to Mid: Raymon Kern (105-695) C.B.M. returned from U.S. Marine Hospital.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:45 Held mast in case of Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F1c absent on leave 19 hours and 45 minutes, given warning. Following rated to Sea 1c, reference Div. Comdr. Letter Jan 29, 1935, 73-7.01: Following rated to Sea 1c, reference Div. Comdr. Letter Jan 29, 1935, 73-7.01: George E. Montgomery, (208-256), Lowell J. Samuelson (208-232) and Leonard F. Van Inwagen (208-240) George E. Montgomery, (208-256), Lowell J. Samuelson (208-232) and Leonard F. Van Inwagen (208-240)


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31 January 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:15 Range party left ship for rifle range.

8:30AM: Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and William A Howley ( 105-785) Sea 1c left for Base 11, to receive medical treatment.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:00 received one box of engineers' supplies from National Pipe Bending Co., New Haven. #42931. 1:00 Omitted quarters and drills because of small arms target practice. 3:35 range party returned from rifle range at Leona Heights. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. departed on fifteen (15) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:30 Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and William A Howley (105-785) Sea 1c returned from out-patient treatment at Base Eleven. 1:00 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c departed on five days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to "B" and "C" sections until 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. departed on fifteen (15) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:30 Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and William A Howley (105-785) Sea 1c returned from out-patient treatment at Base Eleven. 11:30 Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and William A Howley (105-785) Sea 1c returned from out-patient treatment at Base Eleven. 1:00 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c departed on five days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:00 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c departed on five days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer.


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LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1935


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1 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:20 range party left ship for Leona Heights. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co.

Mid to 9AM: 7:30 Harold E. Snyder (216-483) Sea. 1c returned to ship; having been absent without official leave since 8:00 p.m. January 26, 1935. Reason: unavilable illness. 8:00 Thomas B. Davison (102-717) Yeo. 1c reported for duty in accordance with letter from Commander, San Francisco Div., 19 January, 1935 (73-701)

Mid to 9AM: Inspected magazines and SP samples; conditions dry and normal. 12:10 range repair party returned to the ship 1:05 range party left for small arms target practice. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection. Received commssary stores Athens Baking Co., as per invoices. Tested magazine flood valve, found satisfactory.

9AM to 4PM: 12:00 Max H. Kerns (105-598) CRM, transferred to Point Bonita Radio Station; authority Com San Fran Div letter letter 31 Jan; 1935 (73-701). 1:45 Harold E. Snyder (216-483) sea 1/c, given special order discharge by reason of his own request, not recommended for reenlistment except on authority from headquarters; paid in full to date on voucher; authority H.L. 1 Jan, 1935 (P-73-701)

4PM to Mid: 4:10 range party returned from small arms target practice. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 12:00 Max H. Kerns (105-598) CRM, transferred to Point Bonita Radio Station; authority Com San Fran Div letter letter 31 Jan; 1935 (73-701). 1:45 Harold E. Snyder (216-483) sea 1/c, given special order discharge by reason of his own request, not recommended for reenlistment except on authority 1:45 Harold E. Snyder (216-483) sea 1/c, given special order discharge by reason of his own request, not recommended for reenlistment except on authority from headquarters; paid in full to date on voucher; authority H.L. 1 Jan, 1935 (P-73-701) from headquarters; paid in full to date on voucher; authority H.L. 1 Jan, 1935 (P-73-701)


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2 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:20 range party left for small arms target practice.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless poweder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Western Dairy Products and Valley Creamery Company. 1:00 Granted liberty to two sections one to expire at 10:00 am tomorrow and one until 8:00 am monday. 3:00 Made seim-annual test of shoulder line throwing gun at rifle range with following results: with wind 150 yards, across wind 120 yards, and against wind 110 yards.

9AM to 4PM: Pay Clerk A.E. Zanetti returned from 10 days leave. Albert D. Hensky (105-811) E.M. 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:25 Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:30 Le Roy Virgel Muhr (203-150) F 1c returned from 30 days leave on time.

4PM to Mid: 5:25 Range party returned to ship. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Pay Clerk A.E. Zanetti returned from 10 days leave. Albert D. Hensky (105-811) E.M. 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. Albert D. Hensky (105-811) E.M. 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:25 Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:25 Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:30 Le Roy Virgel Muhr (203-150) F 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:30 Le Roy Virgel Muhr (203-150) F 1c returned from 30 days leave on time.


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3 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:00 liberty party returned on time; granted liberty to section "C" until 8:00 am Monday. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Valley Creamery Co. Observed Sunday.

10:05AM: Frank Amar (160-168) M. Att. 1c returned from thirty (30) days leave on time.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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4 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and SP samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:45 received commissary stores from Western Dairy Products, Inc. as per invoice. 11:15 received commissary stores from Valley Creamery Co., as per invoice. 1:00 held quarters followed by clothing inspection.

12:30PM: Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F 1/c, left on 27 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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5 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Poultry Producers, Western Dairy, Anker Meat Company, Valley Creamery Company, D. Kakures and Cotella Bros. Crew received semi monthly pay. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation, and boat drill. Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Athens Baking Company, and Bay City Poultry Company.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Frank A Bellet (208-105) Sea 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. Joseph P. Kalonowski (105-553) advanced to rating of Y 3c authority div. Comdr. letter 4 February 1935, 73-701.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

4PM to Mid: Carlton R Philips (107-599) C.Y. left on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. Hercules A Fuller (103-771) S.C. 1c left on 15 days leave granted by commanding officer.

Noon: Oakland California


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6 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning routine.

8:30AM: Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F 1c left on 30 days leave granted by commanding officer.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters; followed by fire drill: first water in 30 secs., all hoses in 2 min. 1:15 granted pay day liberty to "C" section until 8:00 am. to-morrow. Ship's crew engaged in general maintenance work about ship. Received general mess stores as per invoices from the following firms: Western Dairy Co., Valley Creamer Co., Athens Baking co.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c, Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea. 1c, and Frank A. Bellet (208-105) Sea. 1c left for Base Eleven for medical examinations for discharge. 9:30 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave on time. 10:30 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c left on five (5) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:00 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c received medical examination at Base Eleven. 2:00 George W. Simmons jr, (208-251) Sea. 2c transferred to CALYPSO for duty in accordance San Francisco Div. letter of 5 February, 1935 (73-701) and Commanding Officer NORTHLAND letter of 6 February, 1935.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c, Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea. 1c, and Frank A. Bellet (208-105) Sea. 1c left for Base Eleven for medical examinations for discharge. 9:30 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave on time. 9:30 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave on time. 10:30 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c left on five (5) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 10:30 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c left on five (5) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:00 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c received medical examination at Base Eleven. 11:00 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c received medical examination at Base Eleven. 2:00 George W. Simmons jr, (208-251) Sea. 2c transferred to CALYPSO for duty in accordance San Francisco Div. letter of 5 February, 1935 (73-701) and Commanding Officer NORTHLAND letter of 6 February, 1935. 2:00 George W. Simmons jr, (208-251) Sea. 2c transferred to CALYPSO for duty in accordance San Francisco Div. letter of 5 February, 1935 (73-701) and Commanding Officer NORTHLAND letter of 6 February, 1935.


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7 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

8:00AM: Earl L. ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and Howard A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 1c left vessel for medical treatment (outpatient) at Base Eleven. Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c and Ben A. Logan (208-110) Sea. 1c left vessel for discharge medical examination at Base Eleven.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:00 received navagators stores from Pacific Coast Rubber Co., as per invoice. 10:30 received two mattresses from Jackson Furniture Co., as per invoice. 11:30 received commissary stores from Vaelly Creamery Co., as per invoices. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills due to field day. 1:00 granted liberty to one section of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. 1:30 received commissary stores from Athens Baking Co., as per invoice. 1:30 received 1 box of stair treads from Universal Carloading and Distributing Co., as per invoice.

9:15AM: Oscar Hanson (121-078) MM 1/c, received out-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to one section of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine work.

Noon: Oakland California


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8 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time 8:15 range party left ship for rifle range.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy company. Tested magazine flood cock, found satisfactory. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ships inspection. Received from Valley Creamery Company commissary stores for general mess as per invoice. Made biweekly test of all smokeless powder indicies.

11:25AM: Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) Cox returned from 17 days leave on time and left on 10 days extension of leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Range party returned to ship. Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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9 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:20 Range party left ship for small arms practice.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 granted liberty to section "B" until 10:00 a.m. to-morrow and to section "C" until 8:00 a.m. Monday. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following: Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co. Received from Fort Trumbull Training Station one (1) acid battery via Railway Express Co. B.L. 311826. 3:45 range party returned to ship from Leona Heights.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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10 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed Sunday morning routine. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co.

8:00AM: Laurel Samulson (208-232) Sea. 1c left ship on thirty (30) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 liberty party returned on time. 10:00 granted liberty to section "A" of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew engaged in Sunday routine work.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine work.

Noon: Oakland California


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11 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Western area inspection party came aboard to inspect vessel, departments and personnel. Received commisary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products. 1:00 Held general muster. received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Valley Creamery Company, Athens Baking Company, and Poultry Produce. 1:55 received engineer stores from C.G. Store Base 11 via Base truck. 3:30 Inspection party left ship. 3:30 Received medical stores from Perry Point Maryland on Government B/L 304979.

9AM to 4PM: Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c received outpatient treatment U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 10:40 John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c returned from 4 days leave on time. 11:55 Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 3:30 Lieut (jg.) R.E. Morell and Lieut (jg) W.J. Swanston took oath of office for permanent appointment as Lieut. (j.g.).

4PM to Mid: Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c received outpatient treatment U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 10:40 John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c returned from 4 days leave on time. 10:40 John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c returned from 4 days leave on time. 11:55 Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 11:55 Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c returned from 30 days leave on time. 3:30 Lieut (jg.) R.E. Morell and Lieut (jg) W.J. Swanston took oath of office for permanent appointment as Lieut. (j.g.). 3:30 Lieut (jg.) R.E. Morell and Lieut (jg) W.J. Swanston took oath of office for permanent appointment as Lieut. (j.g.).


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12 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:10 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Joe Rabinowitz.

Mid to 9AM: Richard A. Durschlag (103-157) Q.M. 1c placed on sick list, catarrhal fever acute.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Western Area Inspection party continued inspection of the vessel. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of inclement weather. Granted liberty to sections "B" and "C" until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow. Observed half holiday; Lincoln's Birthday. Received general mess stores as per invoices from the following firms: Western Dairy Products, Cotella Bros., Valley Creamery Co., D. Kokures, Athens Baking Co.

9AM to 4PM: 9:15 John A. O'Malley, jr (208-029) Sea. 1c left ship for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco for inpatient treatment. 10:20 Lester L. Worthington (208-194) Ph.M. 2c transferred to ONONDAGA in accordance with H.L. of 5 Feb., 1935 (P-73-701). 12:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave. 1:40 Henry T. Schuding (208-290) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Commander San Francisco Div. letter of 12 February, 1935 (73-701) 2:00 John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea. 1c returned to ship and was restricted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew carried out regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:15 John A. O'Malley, jr (208-029) Sea. 1c left ship for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco for inpatient treatment. 10:20 Lester L. Worthington (208-194) Ph.M. 2c transferred to ONONDAGA in accordance with H.L. of 5 Feb., 1935 (P-73-701). 10:20 Lester L. Worthington (208-194) Ph.M. 2c transferred to ONONDAGA in accordance with H.L. of 5 Feb., 1935 (P-73-701). 12:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave. 12:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave. 1:40 Henry T. Schuding (208-290) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Commander San Francisco Div. letter of 12 February, 1935 (73-701) 1:40 Henry T. Schuding (208-290) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Commander San Francisco Div. letter of 12 February, 1935 (73-701) 2:00 John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea. 1c returned to ship and was restricted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 John A. O'Malley (208-029) Sea. 1c returned to ship and was restricted by the Commanding Officer.


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13 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:30 Inspection party reported aboard.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. Inspected magazine flood valves; conditions good. 11:30 received commissary stores from Valley Creamery, as per invoice. 1:00 held quarters followed by infantry drill ashore. 1:30 held resuscitation drill. 1:35 received commissary stores from Athens Baking Co., as per invoice. 3:00 received 40 gallons of anti-corrosive paint from Mare Island Navy Yard, as per invoice. 4:00 inspection party left the ship.

9AM to 4PM: 11:25 Jarmilla, Marciano (104-193) Off Std 3/c returned from 50 days leave of absence. 12:15 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1/c, left for inpatient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew engaged in regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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14 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:00 inspection party came aboard. Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from: Bay City Poultry Company Cotella Bros, Western Dairy Company, and Valley Creamery Company. 1:00 Held quarters, followed by abandon ship, stations only, general quarters, and man overboard drill. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Athens Baking Company for general mess. 3:00 Inspection party left ship.

9AM to 4PM: Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c left for inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. Richard A Dunschlag (103-157) QM 1c removed from sick list. 3:15 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c injured right hand while working in crew's head; received treatment on board TAHOE.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Oscar Hanson (121-078) M.M. 1c left for inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. Richard A Dunschlag (103-157) QM 1c removed from sick list. Richard A Dunschlag (103-157) QM 1c removed from sick list. 3:15 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c injured right hand while working in crew's head; received treatment on board TAHOE. 3:15 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c injured right hand while working in crew's head; received treatment on board TAHOE.


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15 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:20 Range party left for range.

8:30AM: Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. returned from leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Athens Baking Co., Western Dairy Co., 9:25 Commenced dock trial. 9:32 C.G. 802 came alongside with Charles Schnaitman, Chief, Section of Mail and Files, who investigated disposition of radio and ship's logs. (Ref. H.L. 7 Jan. 1935) 9:55 C.G. 802 departed. 10:33 finished dock trial, having tested both ingines. Omitted quarters and drills; small arms practic.

9AM to 4PM: Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att. 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco for medical examination. 3:00 Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance San Francisco Div. Comdr's. letter of 15 Feb., 1935 (73-701) and H.D. 7007-1745. Feb., 1935. Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att. 1c issued H.D. #A-37732, expiration of regular enlistment; paid full to date on voucher. Auth. Art. 461(a) Personnel Inst.

4PM to Mid: 4:15 range party returned from Leona Heights. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att. 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco for medical examination. 3:00 Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance San Francisco Div. Comdr's. letter of 15 Feb., 1935 (73-701) and H.D. 7007-1745. Feb., 1935. 3:00 Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance San Francisco Div. Comdr's. letter of 15 Feb., 1935 (73-701) and H.D. 7007-1745. Feb., 1935. Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att. 1c issued H.D. #A-37732, expiration of regular enlistment; paid full to date on voucher. Auth. Art. 461(a) Personnel Inst. Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att. 1c issued H.D. #A-37732, expiration of regular enlistment; paid full to date on voucher. Auth. Art. 461(a) Personnel Inst.


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16 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 a.m. liberty party returned on time. 8:15 range party left for Leona Heights. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Athens Baking Co., and Western Dairy Co.,

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection 12:25 range party returned aboard. 1:00 granted liberty to one section of the crew until 10:00 AM tomorrow and to one section until 8:00 AM Monday.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.BM returned from 15 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att 2/c reenlisted, this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment 12:30 Justino Pantenaple (208-307) M. Att 2/c, left on 40 days leave of absence

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.BM returned from 15 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att 2/c reenlisted, this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment Justino Pantenaple (208-037) M. Att 2/c reenlisted, this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment 12:30 Justino Pantenaple (208-307) M. Att 2/c, left on 40 days leave of absence 12:30 Justino Pantenaple (208-307) M. Att 2/c, left on 40 days leave of absence


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17 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary store for general mess as per invoices from: Western Dairy Products, and Valley Creamery Company. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Observed Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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18 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.72, Long -122.35


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning routine. Prepared for getting underway

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:00 made preparations for getting underway on back engines. 10:15 Western Area Inspection Party came aboard. 10:20 held man overboard drill, buoy recovered in 4 min. 11 sec. 10:35 held fire drill, first water in 50 secs., all hoses in 1 min. 16 secs. 10:40 held collision drill, mat in place in 2 min. 20 secs. 10:50 held genera quarters. 1:14 held abandon ship drill. 1:21 all boats clear of vessel; held boat drill under oars. 2:04 Western Area Inspection Party departed. Made preparations for getting underway.

9:20AM: unmoored and stood out of estuary to vicinity of Hunter's Point at various speeds on various courses.

11:20AM: anchored on the following bearing: Shag Rocks 221 T, Yerba Buena Light 344 T

2:20PM: weighed anchor and proceeded up estuary to the foot of Grove St. at various speeds on various courses.

3:45PM: moored starboard side to at the Grove St. wharf.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew to expire at 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

6:20PM: Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. reported aboard for duty in accordance with letter from Commanding Officer TAHOE, 17 February, 1935; and letter from Commander, San Francisco division, 30 January, 1935 (73-701).

Noon: Oakland California


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19 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Swift and Co. #10594.

Mid to 9AM: John A. O'Malley jr. (208-029) Sea. 1c left ship for the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to receive out-patient treatment.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspections of magazines and S.P. Samples Condition dry and normal. 9:35 received commissary stores from Western Dairy Co as per invoice. 11:00 received commissary stores from Anker Meat Co., as per invoice. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Hercules A. Fuller (103-771) S.C. 1/c returned from 15 days leave. 11:35 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) returned from 10 days leave. Wm. A Hawley (105785) sentenced by the Summary Court to lose 1 months pay 2:00 Geo. A. Melvin (107-180) C.M 1/c in accordance with H.L. 1 Feb. 1935 (P73-701) to report to C.O. Onandaga for duty. Granted 6 days leave enroute. 3:00 John A. O'Malley Jr. (208-029) returned from hospital.

Mid to 4PM: 4:30 granted liberty to 2 groups of the crew until 8 a.m. tomorrow. Crew performed regular routine.

6:00PM: Machinist Felix G. Gebauer reported aboard for duty accordance to H.L. 11 Dec. 1934. Having been granted 14 days leave enroute.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Hercules A. Fuller (103-771) S.C. 1/c returned from 15 days leave. 11:35 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) returned from 10 days leave. 11:35 Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) returned from 10 days leave. Wm. A Hawley (105785) sentenced by the Summary Court to lose 1 months pay Wm. A Hawley (105785) sentenced by the Summary Court to lose 1 months pay 2:00 Geo. A. Melvin (107-180) C.M 1/c in accordance with H.L. 1 Feb. 1935 (P73-701) to report to C.O. Onandaga for duty. Granted 6 days leave enroute. 2:00 Geo. A. Melvin (107-180) C.M 1/c in accordance with H.L. 1 Feb. 1935 (P73-701) to report to C.O. Onandaga for duty. Granted 6 days leave enroute. 3:00 John A. O'Malley Jr. (208-029) returned from hospital. 3:00 John A. O'Malley Jr. (208-029) returned from hospital.


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20 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 all regular liberty party returned on time. 8:15 landing force left the ship for drill with Tahoe. 8:45 Received commissary stores from Western Dairy Products as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:40 Crew drew semi monthly pay. 11:40 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company. 12:15 Received commisary stores for general mess as per invoices from Golden State Company, Athens Baking Company, and Bay City Poultry Company. Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Thomas G Jones (105-497) CC Std reported aboard for duty in accordance with Commander Jacksonville Division letter of 28 January 1935 73-701-531. Lieut. Harold S. Maude left on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 11:40 Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco division letter 18 February 1935. 1:00 George Tavis-Ferreira (208-294) Sea 2c reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 20 Febrary 1935 73-701. 1:55 Henry Joseph Fucisel (106-430) Cox left on 5 days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Thomas G Jones (105-497) CC Std reported aboard for duty in accordance with Commander Jacksonville Division letter of 28 January 1935 73-701-531. Lieut. Harold S. Maude left on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Lieut. Harold S. Maude left on 10 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 11:40 Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco division letter 18 February 1935. 11:40 Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco division letter 18 February 1935. 1:00 George Tavis-Ferreira (208-294) Sea 2c reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 20 Febrary 1935 73-701. 1:00 George Tavis-Ferreira (208-294) Sea 2c reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 20 Febrary 1935 73-701. 1:55 Henry Joseph Fucisel (106-430) Cox left on 5 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:55 Henry Joseph Fucisel (106-430) Cox left on 5 days leave granted by Commanding Officer.


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21 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:30 Range party left for Leona Heights range.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of small arms practice. Received commissary stores as per invoices from: Athens Baking Co., Western Dairy Co. Received engineers' supples from ~~~~ Co., Bethlehem Pa.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. placed on sick list; diagnosis, colonic constipation. 12:00 William A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 1c departed on two (2) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:10 range party returned from Leona Heights. 4:30 granted liberty to section "B" until 10:00 am to-morrow, and to section "C" until 8:00 am Saturday. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4:30PM: Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c and Charles A. Huffman (203-118) Sea 1c returned to ship from U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco.

Noon: Oakland California


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22 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 full dressed ship, National holiday.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve, satisfactory. Made biweekly test of all smokeless powder indicies, conditions normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. 1:00 Omitted quarters, due to holiday.

2:00PM: Howard D. Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1c left on 30 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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23 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:15 Range party left for range. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:50 sent gyro compass batteries to Base Eleven for repairs. 1:00 Granted liberty to section "A" until 10:00 am to-morrow, and to section "B" until 8:00 am Monday. 3:45 range party returned from Leona Heights rifle range. Recieved commssary stores from Western Dairy Products.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Edgar L. Peterson (108-340) F. 1c departed on ten (10) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F. 1c reported in from thirty (30) days' leave; not due to expire until 7 March, 1935.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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24 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed Sunday morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products, and Valley Creamery Company. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one section of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. 1:00 Omitted quarters, Sunday.

9AM to 4PM: 11:10 William A Howley (105-785) Sea 1c returned from leave on time. 1:25 James F. Whalen (110-870) Ph.M. 1c left on one days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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25 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

7:55AM: John A. O'Mally Jr. (208-029) Sea 1c left for inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 11:30 delivered three cylinders to Pure Carbonia, Inc. at Berkeley for refilling. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal, boat, and resuscitation drills. Received commissary as per invoices from the following firms: Western Dairy Products, D. Kakunes, Poultry Products Co., Joe Robinawitz, and Cotella Brothers.

9AM to 4PM: George E. Montgomery (208-246) Sea. 1c received medical treatment at Base Eleven. 2:45 Ben A. Logan (208-110) Sea. 1c departed on ten (10) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to expire at 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew carried out regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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26 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out regular morning routine. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Anker Meat Co. and Swift and Co.

8:00AM: Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c and Charles A. Huffman (208-118) Sea. 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy and Valley Creamery company. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire and collision drill, first water one minute and 20 seconds, water on all hoses one minute and 40 seconds. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Golden State Company, Athens Baking Company.

9AM to 4PM: James F. Whalen (110-933) PH. M 1c returned from one days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Following men returned from leave on time: Henry J. Aucirek (106-430) cox, Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c and Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea 1c. 1:10 Charles A huffman (203-118) Sea 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 1:50 Capt McMillan came aboard. 3:20 Capt McMillan left ship. Enlistment of George Bueno (113-890) Sea 1c extended 45 days to cover absence in hospital, own misconduct from 1520 15 january 1935 to 1600 26 February 1935. Authority article 4602 (1), Personnel Instructions. George Bueno (113-890) Sea 1c reported back from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

9AM to 4PM: 1:50 GAVIOTA alongside. 3:20 GAVIOTA shoved off.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

5:20PM: Thomas B. Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c departed on 5 days leave granted by commanding officer.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: James F. Whalen (110-933) PH. M 1c returned from one days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Following men returned from leave on time: Following men returned from leave on time: Henry J. Aucirek (106-430) cox, Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c and Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea 1c. Henry J. Aucirek (106-430) cox, Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c and Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea 1c. 1:10 Charles A huffman (203-118) Sea 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 1:10 Charles A huffman (203-118) Sea 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. 1:50 Capt McMillan came aboard. 1:50 Capt McMillan came aboard. 3:20 Capt McMillan left ship. 3:20 Capt McMillan left ship. Enlistment of George Bueno (113-890) Sea 1c extended 45 days to cover absence in hospital, own misconduct from 1520 15 january 1935 to 1600 26 February 1935. Authority article 4602 (1), Personnel Instructions. Enlistment of George Bueno (113-890) Sea 1c extended 45 days to cover absence in hospital, own misconduct from 1520 15 january 1935 to 1600 26 February 1935. Authority article 4602 (1), Personnel Instructions. George Bueno (113-890) Sea 1c reported back from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. George Bueno (113-890) Sea 1c reported back from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.


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27 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores for general mess from Western Dairy Company and Bay city Poultry Company.

Mid to 9AM: Edward Larsen (106-136) C.M. 1c reported aboard for duty from ONONDAGA reference H/L 7 February 1935 (P-73-701).

9AM to 10AM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; condition normal.

10:00AM: APPROVED: C.H. Hilton U.S.C.G. COMMANDING

10AM to 4PM: 11:00 received clothing supples from Coast Guard Store at Base Eleven. 12:30 repair party left ship for rifle range at Leona Heights. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills; necessary work. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking co., Cotella Bros. 3:45 working party returned from rifle range at Leona Heights.

10AM to 4PM: 10:00 Commander William K. Scammell returned to ship from three (3) months' leave; granted by Headquarters. 1:00 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c returned to duty after inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 2:00 Boatswain Richard Wiltialuy reported aboard for temporary duty, pending arrival of TAHOE, reference Commander San Francisco Div. letter (6th endorsement) of 27 February, 1935.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to expire at 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew performed regular morning routine.

Noon: Oakland California

10:00AM: APPROVED: C.H. Hilton C.H. Hilton U.S.C.G. COMMANDING U.S.C.G. COMMANDING 10AM to 4PM: 10:00 Commander William K. Scammell returned to ship from three (3) months' leave; granted by Headquarters. 1:00 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c returned to duty after inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 1:00 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c returned to duty after inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 2:00 Boatswain Richard Wiltialuy reported aboard for temporary duty, pending arrival of TAHOE, reference Commander San Francisco Div. letter (6th endorsement) of 27 February, 1935. 2:00 Boatswain Richard Wiltialuy reported aboard for temporary duty, pending arrival of TAHOE, reference Commander San Francisco Div. letter (6th endorsement) of 27 February, 1935.


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28 February 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: 8:10 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c, and Howard A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 1c received medical treatment at Base Eleven. 8:20 Oscar Hansen (121-027) M.M. 1c left ship for out-patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital in San Francisco. 8:30 Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea. 1c received medical examination at Base Eleven prior to discharge.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company and Valley Creamery Company. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to inclement weather. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M, Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and Howard A. Howley (105-785) Sea 1c returned from Base 11. 2:45 Frank Amar (100-168) M.Att. 1c advanced in rating to Off. Std. 3c, authority D/L 27 February 1935 (73-701). Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A37733 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment, reference article 461 Personnel instructions.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

4:00PM: Oscar Hansen (121-027) M.M. 1c returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

Noon: Oakland California

Mid to 9AM: 8:10 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c, and Howard A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 1c received medical treatment at Base Eleven. 8:20 Oscar Hansen (121-027) M.M. 1c left ship for out-patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital in San Francisco. 8:20 Oscar Hansen (121-027) M.M. 1c left ship for out-patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital in San Francisco. 8:30 Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea. 1c received medical examination at Base Eleven prior to discharge. 8:30 Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea. 1c received medical examination at Base Eleven prior to discharge.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M, Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and Howard A. Howley (105-785) Sea 1c returned from Base 11. 2:45 Frank Amar (100-168) M.Att. 1c advanced in rating to Off. Std. 3c, authority D/L 27 February 1935 (73-701). 2:45 Frank Amar (100-168) M.Att. 1c advanced in rating to Off. Std. 3c, authority D/L 27 February 1935 (73-701). Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A37733 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment, reference article 461 Personnel instructions. Roy E. Gunnerson (204-131) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A37733 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment, reference article 461 Personnel instructions.


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LOGS FOR MARCH 1935


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1 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:45 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Inc. 8:50 Range party left for small arms range at Leona Heights.

Mid to 9AM: 7:25 Lt. Comdr. Carl H. Hilton departed on two months leave granted by headquarters. 8:30 Carl B. Hasselsak~~~dt (208-123) R.M. 2c transferred to SHOSHONE, authority San Francsico Division letter 25 February 1935 (73-701).

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Made weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; condition satisfactory. 11:25 received one package tools from Baker, Hamilton & Pacific Co., via Merchants Xpress Co. 1:00 omitted quarters; small arms practice. 2:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. 3:15 small arms party returned from range at Leona Heights. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Athens Baking Co., Valley Creamery Co.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Alvin N. Murphy (100-057) c.c. Std. transferred to YAMACRAW, Savannah, Ga. Auth. Hdqtrs. letter of 22 January, 1935; P-73-701-531. 10:00 Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y. 2c reported aboard for duty from Base Eleven; Auth. Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- P-73-701. Burton Y. Frymiu (103-741) Y. 2c tranferred to Base Eleven; auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- 73-701. Martin Standart (103-869) B.M. 1c transferred to Base Eleven; Auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- 73-701. The following men were detailed to duty as mess cooks: Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea. 1c and Pasquale P. Pane (203-293) A.S. 11:35 Edward C. Mahoney (203-277) R.M. 3c reported aboard from duty from Point Bonita Radio Station, Auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 25 February, 1935- 73-701. Paul B. Biloy (100-837) M. Att. 1c departed on thirty (30) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. Enlistment of Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c extended indefinitely pending Hdqtrs. action on "Report of Physical Examination for Discharge and Reenlistment"; Auth. 4721, Personnel Inst. 3:00 William L Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c reported aboard for duty from DAPHNE; Auth.: Comdr. san Francisco Div. Letter of 26 February, 1935 73-701.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Alvin N. Murphy (100-057) c.c. Std. transferred to YAMACRAW, Savannah, Ga. Auth. Hdqtrs. letter of 22 January, 1935; P-73-701-531. 10:00 Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y. 2c reported aboard for duty from Base Eleven; Auth. Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- P-73-701. 10:00 Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y. 2c reported aboard for duty from Base Eleven; Auth. Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- P-73-701. Burton Y. Frymiu (103-741) Y. 2c tranferred to Base Eleven; auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- 73-701. Burton Y. Frymiu (103-741) Y. 2c tranferred to Base Eleven; auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- 73-701. Martin Standart (103-869) B.M. 1c transferred to Base Eleven; Auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- 73-701. Martin Standart (103-869) B.M. 1c transferred to Base Eleven; Auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 26 February, 1935- 73-701. The following men were detailed to duty as mess cooks: Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea. 1c and Pasquale P. Pane (203-293) A.S. The following men were detailed to duty as mess cooks: Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea. 1c and Pasquale P. Pane (203-293) A.S. 11:35 Edward C. Mahoney (203-277) R.M. 3c reported aboard from duty from Point Bonita Radio Station, Auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 25 February, 1935- 73-701. 11:35 Edward C. Mahoney (203-277) R.M. 3c reported aboard from duty from Point Bonita Radio Station, Auth.: Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 25 February, 1935- 73-701. Paul B. Biloy (100-837) M. Att. 1c departed on thirty (30) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. Paul B. Biloy (100-837) M. Att. 1c departed on thirty (30) days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. Enlistment of Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c extended indefinitely pending Hdqtrs. action on !Report of Physical Examination for Discharge and Reenlistment!; Auth. 4721, Personnel Inst. Enlistment of Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c extended indefinitely pending Hdqtrs. action on !Report of Physical Examination for Discharge and Reenlistment!; Auth. 4721, Personnel Inst. 3:00 William L Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c reported aboard for duty from DAPHNE; Auth.: Comdr. san Francisco Div. Letter of 26 February, 1935 73-701. 3:00 William L Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c reported aboard for duty from DAPHNE; Auth.: Comdr. san Francisco Div. Letter of 26 February, 1935 73-701.


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2 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:30 range party left for rifle range at Leona Heights.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 11:50 Valley Creamery Company delivered commissary stores for general mess as per invoice. 12:25 Range party returned aboard. 1:00 Granted liberty to one section until 10:00 am tomorrow and one section until 8:00 am Monday. 1:35 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company.

11:45AM: Roy O. Parnell (208-296) A.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco division letter 2 March 1935 (73-701).

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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3 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:00 liberty party returned on time; granted liberty to section "A" until 8:00 am. to-morrow. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Valley Creamery Co. Observed Sunday.

10:30AM: Lieut. H.S. Maule returned from ten (10) days' leave.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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4 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Received commissary supplies as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Co.

Mid to 9AM: 7:20 Thomas B. Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c returned from five (5) days' leave on time. Frank Bulet (208-105) Sea. 1c placed on light duty; dislocation of right elbow.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in scraping and painting ship's side and house and general work about decks. 11:15 received 7 sheets of sheet metal from Coast Guard Store, Base 11, Oakland, Calif. 11:30 received commissary stores from Valley Creamery, as per invoice. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills due to necesary work. 1:40 received commissary stores from Athens Baking Co., as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F 1/c, returned from 27 days leave of absence. 11:40 Lester A. Wa~~~~ (110-775) QM 3/c, returned from 45 days leave of absence. 1:30 Donald W. Younce (203-114) sea 1/c, left on 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:30 Frank M Sasdeth, Jr. (208-027) left on 15 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F 1/c, returned from 27 days leave of absence. 11:40 Lester A. Wa~~~~ (110-775) QM 3/c, returned from 45 days leave of absence. 11:40 Lester A. Wa~~~~ (110-775) QM 3/c, returned from 45 days leave of absence. 1:30 Donald W. Younce (203-114) sea 1/c, left on 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:30 Donald W. Younce (203-114) sea 1/c, left on 10 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:30 Frank M Sasdeth, Jr. (208-027) left on 15 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:30 Frank M Sasdeth, Jr. (208-027) left on 15 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.


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5 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Crew received semi monthly pay. Received electric stores from Peter H. Nelson and Company as per invoice. Received commissary stores as per invoice for general from Western Dairy Products Inc. and Valley Creamery Company. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drill. Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company. Received from Navy Yard Mare Island via C.G. truck commissary stores for general mess per invoices #103097 and 103098.

9AM to 4PM: 12:30 Issued honorable discharge #A-37734 to Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c authority HL 6 February 1935. James F. Whalen (110-9343) Ph.M. 1c left on 13 days leave granted by commanding officer. 2:00 Issued honorable discharge #A37735 to Frank A Bellet (208-105) Sea 1c reason expiration, full term of enlistment.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 12:30 Issued honorable discharge #A-37734 to Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c authority HL 6 February 1935. James F. Whalen (110-9343) Ph.M. 1c left on 13 days leave granted by commanding officer. James F. Whalen (110-9343) Ph.M. 1c left on 13 days leave granted by commanding officer. 2:00 Issued honorable discharge #A37735 to Frank A Bellet (208-105) Sea 1c reason expiration, full term of enlistment. 2:00 Issued honorable discharge #A37735 to Frank A Bellet (208-105) Sea 1c reason expiration, full term of enlistment.


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6 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Swift and Company, and Anker Meat Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill; first water in 50 secs., all hoses in 60 second. 1:40 received engineers' supplies from the General Electric Co.; invoice #53393. Recived commissry stores as per invoices from the following firms: Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co. Granted liberty to section "A" from 1:30 to 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew engaged in cleaning and maintenance work about ship.

9AM to 4PM: Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c re-enlisted this date for a period of three years; auth. Hdqtrs. third indorsement. Form 2525B, 6 Feb., 1935. 10:00 Edgar L. Peterson (108-340) F. 1c returned from ten days' leave. Justino Pantinaple (208-307) M.Att. 1c advanced in rating to that of M.Att. 1c in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 4 march, 1935; 73-701. 11:50 Machinist M.L. Matson reported aboard ship at expiration of leave; the TAHOE being at sea. 11:55 Fourtunato Roque (103-983) Off. Std. 1c reported aboard at expriation of leave; the TAHOE being at sea. 12:40 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. departed on four days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:25 Martin L. Heratick, jr. (208-297) A.S. reported aboard to await the arrival of the TAHOE from sea.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to section "C" until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4:40PM: Carleton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. departed on one day's leave; granted by the Commanding Officer.

7:45PM: TAHOE stood in and moored at Clay St. wharf.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Tony P. Sofie (116-870) B.M. 2c re-enlisted this date for a period of three years; auth. Hdqtrs. third indorsement. Form 2525B, 6 Feb., 1935. 10:00 Edgar L. Peterson (108-340) F. 1c returned from ten days' leave. 10:00 Edgar L. Peterson (108-340) F. 1c returned from ten days' leave. Justino Pantinaple (208-307) M.Att. 1c advanced in rating to that of M.Att. 1c in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 4 march, 1935; 73-701. Justino Pantinaple (208-307) M.Att. 1c advanced in rating to that of M.Att. 1c in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 4 march, 1935; 73-701. 11:50 Machinist M.L. Matson reported aboard ship at expiration of leave; the TAHOE being at sea. 11:50 Machinist M.L. Matson reported aboard ship at expiration of leave; the TAHOE being at sea. 11:55 Fourtunato Roque (103-983) Off. Std. 1c reported aboard at expriation of leave; the TAHOE being at sea. 11:55 Fourtunato Roque (103-983) Off. Std. 1c reported aboard at expriation of leave; the TAHOE being at sea. 12:40 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. departed on four days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:40 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. departed on four days' leave; granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:25 Martin L. Heratick, jr. (208-297) A.S. reported aboard to await the arrival of the TAHOE from sea. 1:25 Martin L. Heratick, jr. (208-297) A.S. reported aboard to await the arrival of the TAHOE from sea.


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7 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: 5:10 an explosion ocurred in main smoke-pipe from undetermined causes. Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: 7:45 Machinist Melerin L. Martson, Martin L. Huatish jr. (208-297) A.S (~.o.o.) and Fortunato Roque (108-983) off. Std. 1c departed for TAHOE, having reported aboard on 6 March to awatit arrival of TAHOE from sea. 8:20 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c left ship for the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 8:40 Richard A. Wilt~~berg, Boatswain, left ship; TAHOE having arrived from sea.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:15 received commissary stores from Valley Creamery, as per invoice. 12:50 range party left for small arms target practice at Leona Heights. 1:00 granted liberty to section "B" of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills due to small arms target practice. 2:00 received commissary stores from Athens Baking Co, as per invoice. 2:45 range party returned aboard ship.

9AM to 4PM: 10:10 George Mallovitz (106-680) C.C. 1/c, left on 6 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c returned from outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to section "A" of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

Mid to 9AM: 7:45 Machinist Melerin L. Martson, Martin L. Huatish jr. (208-297) A.S (~.o.o.) and Fortunato Roque (108-983) off. Std. 1c departed for TAHOE, having reported aboard on 6 March to awatit arrival of TAHOE from sea. 8:20 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c left ship for the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 8:20 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 1c left ship for the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 8:40 Richard A. Wilt~~berg, Boatswain, left ship; TAHOE having arrived from sea. 8:40 Richard A. Wilt~~berg, Boatswain, left ship; TAHOE having arrived from sea.


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8 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


8:00AM: liberty party returned on time.

8:40AM: Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. returned from 1 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

8:45AM: Richfield Oil Co. barge "Richlube" came along side.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Started taking on oil. 10:40 completed taking on oil. 10:50 Received from following firms commissary stores for general mess as per invoice: Western Dairy Company, and Valley Creamery Company. Tested magazine flood cock, found satisfactory. Tested Franklin Buoy releasing gear, found satisfactory. Inspected all indicies of smokeless powder, found normal. Received a total of 43, 235.64 gallons of oil from Richfield Oil Company. 1:00 Omitted quarters, necessary work. 2:45 Received deck stores from Navy Yard Mare Island as per invoice #103196. 3:30 Commanding officer held weekly ships inspection.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c returned from 10 days leave on time. 9:50 Ben A. Logan left for Base #11 for medical examination. Edwin M. Allid (100-454) Sea 1c left on one days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:30 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 2c treanferred to Base #11 Oakland California , reference San Francisco Division letter 7 March 1935, (73-701). Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A37736, reson expiration of full term of enlistment, Authroity Article 461 Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

8:45AM: Richfield Oil Co. barge !Richlube! came along side.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c returned from 10 days leave on time. 9:50 Ben A. Logan left for Base #11 for medical examination. 9:50 Ben A. Logan left for Base #11 for medical examination. Edwin M. Allid (100-454) Sea 1c left on one days leave granted by Commanding Officer. Edwin M. Allid (100-454) Sea 1c left on one days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:30 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 2c treanferred to Base #11 Oakland California , reference San Francisco Division letter 7 March 1935, (73-701). 1:30 Oscar Hansen (121-078) M.M. 2c treanferred to Base #11 Oakland California , reference San Francisco Division letter 7 March 1935, (73-701). Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A37736, reson expiration of full term of enlistment, Authroity Article 461 Personnel Instructions. Ben A Logan (208-110) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A37736, reson expiration of full term of enlistment, Authroity Article 461 Personnel Instructions.


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9 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 granted liberty to "A" section until 8:00 am. Monday and to "C" section until 10:00 am. Sunday. Omitted quarters and drills; recreation. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following: Western Dairy Products, Inc., Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co.

10:15AM: 10:15 Louis C. McInnis (103-976) MoMM 1c reported aboard for duty from Base Eleven in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 7 March, 1935 (73-701).

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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10 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed Sunday routine.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in regular Sunday routine 10:00 liberty party returned on time. 10:00 granted liberty to section "B" of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow.

11:30AM: Edwin M Allen (100-454) ses 1/c returned from 1 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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11 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

8:00AM: Raymond Kerns (105-695) C.B.M. returned from 4 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company and Valley Creamery Company. 1:00 Held quarters followed by clothing inspection. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company.

9AM to 4PM: 9:40 Ensign George O. Olson left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for outpatient treatment 12:00 Carpenter L.L. Dough left on one days leave granted by commanding officer. 3:00 Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F 1c transferred to ARVADNE in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 8 March 1935, (73-701).

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

8:30PM: Ensign George O. Olson returned from U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:40 Ensign George O. Olson left for U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco for outpatient treatment 12:00 Carpenter L.L. Dough left on one days leave granted by commanding officer. 12:00 Carpenter L.L. Dough left on one days leave granted by commanding officer. 3:00 Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F 1c transferred to ARVADNE in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 8 March 1935, (73-701). 3:00 Edward J. Leonard (121-142) F 1c transferred to ARVADNE in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 8 March 1935, (73-701).


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12 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:50 a board of investigation consisting of Lieut. H.S. Maude met to investigate the circumstatnces regarding an explosion in main smoke-pipe on 7 march, 1935. 10:40 board of investigation adjourned. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Western Dairy Products, Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co.

9AM to 4PM: 10:55 Morgan Bell (100-862) F. 2c reported aboard for duty; auth. San Francisco Div. letter of 8 March, 1935 (73). 1:30 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c returned to ship after having received in-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 2:00 Abner W. Lee (120-568) departed on twenty-seven days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to expire at 8:00 am. to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:55 Morgan Bell (100-862) F. 2c reported aboard for duty; auth. San Francisco Div. letter of 8 March, 1935 (73). 1:30 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c returned to ship after having received in-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 1:30 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c returned to ship after having received in-patient treatment at the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco. 2:00 Abner W. Lee (120-568) departed on twenty-seven days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 Abner W. Lee (120-568) departed on twenty-seven days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.


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13 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Received commissary supplies as per invoices from the following: Cotella Bros., Western Dairy Products Co.

Mid to 9AM: 7:45 Laurel J. Samuelson (208-232) Sea. 1c returned from thirty days' leave on time. 8:50 Raymond Kern (105-695) CBM left for outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital in San Francisco.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:25 received commissary stores from Poultry Producers of Central California, as per invoice. 9:35 received commissary stores from Joe Robinowitz Co and Anker Meat Co., as per invoices. 10:30 received carpenters stores from C.W. Marweds, as per invoice. 11:50 received 1 box of dental supplies from U.S. Public Health Dental Supply Co., Washington, D.C. on bill of lading #304120. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill, first water 1 minute 5 seconds, water on all hoses 2 minutes. 1:40 started dock trial with starboard main engine. 2:15 secured from dock trial 2:30 received commissary stores from Athens Baking Co., and Golden State Co., Ltd., as per invoices. 3:40 started warping vessel around to east side Market St. dock. United Engineering men working installing galley smoke pipe inside of main smoke pipe.

9AM to 4PM: 11:40 Floyd L Dough Carpenter, returned from one days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer 1:20 Charles E Jones (102-509) GM 1/c, left on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 4:00 Frank C Moore (107-470) MM 2/c, transferred to Gaviota in accordance with Comr San Fran Div. letter 11 march, 1935 (73).

4PM to Mid: 4:10 moored starboard side to east side of Market St. dock. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 7:15 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine

4:45PM: Raymond Kern (105-695) C.BM, returned from U.S. Marine Hospital.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:40 Floyd L Dough Carpenter, returned from one days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer 1:20 Charles E Jones (102-509) GM 1/c, left on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:20 Charles E Jones (102-509) GM 1/c, left on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 4:00 Frank C Moore (107-470) MM 2/c, transferred to Gaviota in accordance with Comr San Fran Div. letter 11 march, 1935 (73). 4:00 Frank C Moore (107-470) MM 2/c, transferred to Gaviota in accordance with Comr San Fran Div. letter 11 march, 1935 (73).


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14 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


7:15AM: liberty party returned on time. 8:00 entering dry dock. 8:15 vessel resting on blocks on floating dry dock at Bethlehem Ship Building Corp. Ltd.

7:35AM: underway on various courses at various speeds, standing up the Oakland Estuary to Bethlehem Ship Building Corp. Ltd, Alameda, Calif.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:15 Hull board met and examined hull. Athens Baking Company delivered commissary stores for general mess as per invoice. Men from United Engineering installing galley smoke pipe. Yard workmen engaged in overhaul work. Crew engaged in chipping and painting. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to overhaul.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Charles F. Sofczuski (110-046) F. 1c reported aboard for duty in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 11 march 1935 (73-701) 11:50 George Mollwitz (106-680) S.C. 1c returned from 6 days leave on time.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Alameda Calif


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15 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

7:00AM: TAHOE stood out.

7:45AM: Donald Younce (208-114) Sea 1c returned from 10 days leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions satisfoactory. Rec'd commissary supples as per invoices from the following firms: Valley Creamery Company, Independent Ice Co. Shipyard workmen engaged in apply anti-corrosive paint to ship's bottom, and in fitting plating on hull. Crew engaged in maintenance work on ship's rigging. Overhauled magazine flood valve.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. departed for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to receive out-patient treatment. 10:10 Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c honorabley discharged; issued honorable discharge #A-37737. Auth: Hdqtrs. 3rd indorsement on form 2525B, 6 March, 1935.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to expire at 8:00 am to-morrow.

4:00PM: Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. returned from U.S. Marine Hsopital at San Francisco.

Noon: Alameda California


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16 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:45 received engineers stores from Tourney Electric and Engineering Co., as per invoice. 11:20 received commissary stores from Valley Creamery, as per invoice. Yard workmen engaged in installing plate to starboard bow, applying boot topping to water water line, and finishing applying anti-corrossive paint to bottom. 1:00 granted liberty to section "B" of the crew until 8:00 AM Monday and to section "A" until 10:00 AM tomorrow.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 George Mallowitz (106-680) S.P. 1/c transferred to U.S.C.G.C. Daphne in accordance with Com. San. Fran. Div. letter 6 March, 1935 (73-701) Donald W. Younce (208-114) sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of 3 years on a special temporary enlistment; athority Headquarters third endorcement form 2525B, 6 March, 1935. 11:00 Donald W. Younce (208-114) sea 1/c, left on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew peformed regular evening routine.

Noon: Alameda California

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 George Mallowitz (106-680) S.P. 1/c transferred to U.S.C.G.C. Daphne in accordance with Com. San. Fran. Div. letter 6 March, 1935 (73-701) Donald W. Younce (208-114) sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of 3 years on a special temporary enlistment; athority Headquarters third endorcement form 2525B, 6 March, 1935. Donald W. Younce (208-114) sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of 3 years on a special temporary enlistment; athority Headquarters third endorcement form 2525B, 6 March, 1935. 11:00 Donald W. Younce (208-114) sea 1/c, left on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:00 Donald W. Younce (208-114) sea 1/c, left on 5 days leave of absence granted by the Commanding Officer.


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17 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commisary stores for general mess as per invoices from Western Dairy Proudcts Inc. and Valley Creamery Company. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Alameda California


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18 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Shipyard workmen engaged in applying anti-fouling paint to ship's hull and in welding plate on starboard bow. Crew engaged in maintenance work on the rigging. Omitted quarters and drills; necessary work. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms.: Western Dairy Co., Valley Creamery Co.,. Received 18,000 rounds of 30 cal. ammunition and 10,000 rounds of 45 cal. ammunition from Coast Guard Depot. Received from Treasury Dept one (1) box of stationary and forms. Received laundry stores from the Marwood Co. Ltd. of San Francisco as per invoice #503398.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 McClellan Semler (109-369) S.C. 1c reported aboard for duty. Ref.: C.O.L. DAPHNE 18 March, 1935 (73) and Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 6 March, 1935 (73-701). The enlistment of Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c extended indefinitely, pending Headquarters' instruction relative to physical status Ref.: Art. 4721, Personnel Inst.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to expire at 0800 to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Alameda California

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 McClellan Semler (109-369) S.C. 1c reported aboard for duty. Ref.: C.O.L. DAPHNE 18 March, 1935 (73) and Comdr. San Francisco Div. letter of 6 March, 1935 (73-701). letter of 6 March, 1935 (73-701). The enlistment of Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c extended indefinitely, pending Headquarters' instruction relative to physical status Ref.: Art. 4721, Personnel Inst. The enlistment of Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c extended indefinitely, pending Headquarters' instruction relative to physical status Ref.: Art. 4721, Personnel Inst.


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19 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. Liberty party returned on time. 8:45 received stores from the Marwood Co., Ltd as per invoice #10784.

Mid to 9AM: 8:00 James F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c returned from thirteen days' leave on time. Frank M. Smith jr. (208-027) Sea. 1c returned from fifteen days' leave on time. 8:35 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. and Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c departed for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to receive out-patient treatment.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:30 received commissary stores from Western Dairy Co. and Valley Creamery, as per invoices. Yard workmen engaged in applying anti-fouling paint to bottom, welding plate on starboard bow, and finishing cowling in crew's work room.

10:50AM: Charles E. Jones (102-509) GM 1/c granted an extension of 4 days leave of absence by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:40 started flooding dock. 6:15 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 AM tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

5PM: 5:17 underway at various speeds, on various courses standing down the Estuary 5:39 moored port side to face of Grove St dock; started warping vessel into the foot of Grove St.

6:00PM: moored starboard side to at the foot of Grove St.

Noon: Alameda California

Mid to 9AM: 8:00 James F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c returned from thirteen days' leave on time. Frank M. Smith jr. (208-027) Sea. 1c returned from fifteen days' leave on time. Frank M. Smith jr. (208-027) Sea. 1c returned from fifteen days' leave on time. 8:35 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. and Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c departed for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to receive out-patient treatment. 8:35 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. and Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c departed for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to receive out-patient treatment.


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20 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew engaged in regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:55 the crew received its semi-monthly pay. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill-no water. Crew engaged in field day routine. Received commissary stores from the following sources as per invoices: Poultry Producers of Central California, Cotella Bros., Western Dairy Co., D. Kokune Co., Anker Meat Co., Valley Creamery Co.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Lieutenant (j.g.) Richard E. Mosul departed on ten days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Ned L. Stovall (109-995) C.Q.M. departed on ten days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Charles A. Huffman (208-118) Sea. 1c issued honorable discharge A-37738 due to expiration of full term of special temporary enlistment; auth.: Hdqtrs. 3rd indorsement of form 2525 B., 6th March, 1935.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to exprire at 0800 tomorrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4:45PM: Thomas B. Dawson (102-717) Y 1c departed on two days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

3PM to 5PM: The weather section contains entries at 3PM and 4PM indicating that the ship moved 9.7 miles, but there are no corresponding entries in the events section concerning movement of the ship.

Noon: Oakland Calif

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Lieutenant (j.g.) Richard E. Mosul departed on ten days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Ned L. Stovall (109-995) C.Q.M. departed on ten days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Ned L. Stovall (109-995) C.Q.M. departed on ten days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Charles A. Huffman (208-118) Sea. 1c issued honorable discharge A-37738 due to expiration of full term of special temporary enlistment; auth.: Hdqtrs. 3rd indorsement of form 2525 B., 6th March, 1935. Charles A. Huffman (208-118) Sea. 1c issued honorable discharge A-37738 due to expiration of full term of special temporary enlistment; auth.: Hdqtrs. 3rd indorsement of form 2525 B., 6th March, 1935.


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21 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: 8:05 Carpenter Joseph H. Chognat reported aboard for duty from Fort Trumbull Training Station in accordance with Hdqtrs. letter of 5 February, 1935. 8:15 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Earl C. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c, and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 1c recieved medical treatment at Base Eleven.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine and S.P. samples, condition normal. 9:25 Received from Ingle manufacturing Co., San Diego, Cal., (1) crate of range parts Via Pacific Steamship Lines, Limited. Received commissary stores from following sources per invoices Bay City Poultry Co, Poultry Produce of Central Calif, Western Dairy Products - co, 11:15 Received from Valley Creamery Co, milk as per invoice for General mess. 11:45 Received from U.S.P.H.S. Dental Supply Unit, Washington, D.L. (1) box of drugs B/L #304121, also (2) cases of Ammunition .22 caliber Ball. L.R. 20,000 rounds, from Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, md., via Railway Express agency. 1:00 Held Quarters followed by Signal, and Resuscitation Drills. Received of Athens Bakery Co bread for general mess as per invoice. Crew employed at cleaning up about vessel, and at various odd jobs about decks.

9AM to 4PM: 10:35 Sullivan, Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c, returned from Base #11. for outpatient treatment. 10:50 Sullivan Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c left vessel on (18) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 12:20 Wasson Lester A (110-775) QM 3/c. left vessel for Base #11, for outpatient treatment. Huffman Charles A. (208-118) Sea 1/c. re-enlisted this date for period (3) three years in special temporary enlistment, Auth. H/Q 3rd indorsement, Form 2525-B, 6th March 1935. 1:35 Allic, Edwin M (100-454) Sea 1/c, left vessel on (15) fifteen days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 a.m to-morrow. Crew performed usual evening routine. 5:30 Received of Eastman Kodak Stores Inc. stores as per Invoice #23711.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:35 Sullivan, Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c, returned from Base #11. for outpatient treatment. 10:50 Sullivan Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c left vessel on (18) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 10:50 Sullivan Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c left vessel on (18) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 12:20 Wasson Lester A (110-775) QM 3/c. left vessel for Base #11, for outpatient treatment. 12:20 Wasson Lester A (110-775) QM 3/c. left vessel for Base #11, for outpatient treatment. Huffman Charles A. (208-118) Sea 1/c. re-enlisted this date for period (3) three years in special temporary enlistment, Auth. H/Q 3rd indorsement, Form 2525-B, 6th March 1935. Huffman Charles A. (208-118) Sea 1/c. re-enlisted this date for period (3) three years in special temporary enlistment, Auth. H/Q 3rd indorsement, Form 2525-B, 6th March 1935. 1:35 Allic, Edwin M (100-454) Sea 1/c, left vessel on (15) fifteen days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 1:35 Allic, Edwin M (100-454) Sea 1/c, left vessel on (15) fifteen days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.


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22 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received from Crown Produce Co, stores on Invoice #C-722. 9:00 Tested magazine flood valve, good condition. Inspected all smokeless powder indexes, condition normal.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples, condition normal. Received commissary stores from the following dealers as per invoice: Western Dary Products Co., Valley Creamery Co. and Athens Baking Co. Received from National Carbon Company via Hasleth Warehouse Company 14 Cartons Dry Cell Batteries as per invoice # 40179. Received one (1) box of parts from Mast-Foss Co. of Springfield, Ohio via Railway Express Order #145-B. 2:30 Commanding Officer inspected vessel. Received from Gibson Electric Co. 1 carton of dry cell batteries a per invoice #7708. Crew employed painting fore Mast and Ventilator and cleaning over the sides.

9AM to 4PM: 10:50 Younce, Donald W. (208-114) Sea. 1c. returned from (5) five days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Kern, Raymond (105-695) C.B.M. received outpatient treatment from U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco Calif. 12:30 Ellingwood, Thomas F. (103-256) C.R.M. left vessel on thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:45 Jackson, Carl W. (105-256) R.M. 2c left on ten (10) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:00 Maule, Frank C. (104-470) M.M. 2c reported onboard for duty from the C.G-802 in accordance with San Francisco Division Commanders letter 73-701 dated 21 March, 1935. 3:00 Huffman, Charles A. (208-118) Sea. 1c. left vessel on two (2) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to 2 sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. Usual evening routine carried out.

Noon: Oakland Calif

9AM to 4PM: 10:50 Younce, Donald W. (208-114) Sea. 1c. returned from (5) five days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Kern, Raymond (105-695) C.B.M. received outpatient treatment from U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco Calif. Kern, Raymond (105-695) C.B.M. received outpatient treatment from U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco Calif. 12:30 Ellingwood, Thomas F. (103-256) C.R.M. left vessel on thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:30 Ellingwood, Thomas F. (103-256) C.R.M. left vessel on thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:45 Jackson, Carl W. (105-256) R.M. 2c left on ten (10) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 12:45 Jackson, Carl W. (105-256) R.M. 2c left on ten (10) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:00 Maule, Frank C. (104-470) M.M. 2c reported onboard for duty from the C.G-802 in accordance with San Francisco Division Commanders 1:00 Maule, Frank C. (104-470) M.M. 2c reported onboard for duty from the C.G-802 in accordance with San Francisco Division Commanders letter 73-701 dated 21 March, 1935. letter 73-701 dated 21 March, 1935. 3:00 Huffman, Charles A. (208-118) Sea. 1c. left vessel on two (2) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 3:00 Huffman, Charles A. (208-118) Sea. 1c. left vessel on two (2) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.


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23 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Regular morning routine duties performed. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 granted liberty to section "C" until 8:00 am Monday, and to section "B" until 10:00 am. to-morrow. Omitted quarters and drills; recreation. Received general mess stores as per invoices from the following firms: Arden Protected Farms inc., Athens Baking Co.

9AM to 4PM: 9:20 Thomas B. Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c returned from two days' leave on time. 11:50 Charles E. Jones (102-509) G.M. 1c returned from leave and extension therof on time. 12:00 Carpenter Lloyd L. Dough transferred to Fort Trumbull Training Station at New London, Conn. in accordance with Hdqtrs. letter of 5 February, 1935 - P72 - 531.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland Calif

9AM to 4PM: 9:20 Thomas B. Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c returned from two days' leave on time. 11:50 Charles E. Jones (102-509) G.M. 1c returned from leave and extension therof on time. 11:50 Charles E. Jones (102-509) G.M. 1c returned from leave and extension therof on time. 12:00 Carpenter Lloyd L. Dough transferred to Fort Trumbull Training Station at New London, Conn. in accordance with Hdqtrs. letter of 5 February, 1935 - P72 - 531. 12:00 Carpenter Lloyd L. Dough transferred to Fort Trumbull Training Station at New London, Conn. in accordance with Hdqtrs. letter of 5 February, 1935 - P72 - 531.


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24 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual Sunday routine. Received commissary stores from Western Dairy Co as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine, and S.P. indexes, conditions normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time, 10:00 Granted Liberty to section of crew until 8:00 A.M tomorrow. Received from Valley Creamery Co, as per invoice for General Mess. Omitted Quarters and drills, observed day as Sunday.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed usual evening routine.

Noon: Oakland Calif


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25 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:10 Received from Lonny Electric Co, Electric Bulls as per invoice, per Peoples Express Co. Received Western Dairy Co, ice cream per invoice for General Mess.

8:00AM: Huffman Charles A (208-118) Sea 1/c, returned on board from (2) two days leave, granted by Commanding Officer, on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples condition normal. Received Commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Valley Creamery Co. - Athens Baking Company. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal, gun and resuscitation drills. Received Miscellaneous lumber as per invoice from the following dealers: White Brothers - Strable Hardwood Lumber Co. and E.K. Wood Lumber Co. Received one (1) tube tes tec from Depot. Curtis Bay, Md. Via Railway Express Agency. Received 12 dry cell batteries from General Electric Co. as per invoices. Received from Oles Envelope Co. via Isthmian Steamship Lines one Box of Envelopes. Crew employed painting masts, boat davits and variously employed.

9AM to 4PM: 9:10 Huffman, Charles A. (103-118) Sea. 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. for treatment. 11:20 Waitlauf, Howard G. (208-212) Sea. 1c. returned from 30 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 Martin, Harry G. (106-777) M.M. 2c transferred to Base 11 in Compliance with San Francisco Division Commanders letter of 22 March, 1935 (73-701). 2:15 Bogenlieder, Henry F. (204-235) Sea. 2c left on seven (7) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed usual evening routine. 4:30 granted liberty to 2 sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received from Associated Oil Co. 70 drums (2208.5 gals.) lubricating oil as per invoice.

Noon: Oakland Calif

9AM to 4PM: 9:10 Huffman, Charles A. (103-118) Sea. 1c left for U.S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. for treatment. 11:20 Waitlauf, Howard G. (208-212) Sea. 1c. returned from 30 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:20 Waitlauf, Howard G. (208-212) Sea. 1c. returned from 30 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:00 Martin, Harry G. (106-777) M.M. 2c transferred to Base 11 in Compliance with San Francisco Division Commanders letter of 22 March, 1935 (73-701). 2:00 Martin, Harry G. (106-777) M.M. 2c transferred to Base 11 in Compliance with San Francisco Division Commanders letter of 22 March, 1935 (73-701). 2:15 Bogenlieder, Henry F. (204-235) Sea. 2c left on seven (7) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 2:15 Bogenlieder, Henry F. (204-235) Sea. 2c left on seven (7) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.


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26 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Regular morning routine performed. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation, and gun drills. Recevied commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Athens Baking Co., Valley Creamery Co., Arden Protected Farms. Crew engaged in painting and gneral maintenance work about ship; contractor engaged in installation of sanity pipe line.

9AM to 4PM: Charles E. Jones (102-509) G.M 1c tranferred to SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 18 March, 1935-73-701.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew to expire at 8:00 a.m. to-morrow. Crew performed usual evening routine.

Noon: Oakland Calif


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27 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 the liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Western Dairy Products and Cotella Bros.

Mid to 9AM: Received by mail, (1) one each .45 cal pistol #38366 from Coast Guard Depot. Inspected magazine, and all S.P. indexes, conditions normal. 9:30 Received from California Poultry Co. stores as per invoice for General mess. 10:00 Received from Central California Poultry Producers stores as per invoice, for General mess. Received stores for General mess as per invoices from the following dealers.. Anker Meat Co, Joe Rabonowitz Co, Blue Bird Potato Chip Inc, Swift and Company, J. Kurakus co. 12:30 Received milk for General mess, from Valley Creamery Co, as per invoice. 1:00 Held quarters, followed by fire drill, first water 1m, 10 sec, water on all hose 2 minutes and 10 seconds. 3:15 Swift, C.G. came alongside with medical stores for northland. 4:00 Swift C.G. left cleared ships side. Crew employed during day at painting masts, reeving off new braces, and at various odd jobs.

9AM to 4PM: 10:20 Penrose Earl L. (108-283) G.M 2/c reported on board for duty, authority San Francisco division Letter 18 March 1935, (73-701). 12:30 McInnes Louis C. (103-976) Mo.M.M 1/c transferred to Base #11. Reference (a) San Francisco Division letter 26 March 1935 (73-701). 12:30 Phillips, Carlton R. (107_599) left vessel on (2) two days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to (2) sections of crew until 8:00 a.m tomorrow. Carried out usual evening routine work.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:20 Penrose Earl L. (108-283) G.M 2/c reported on board for duty, authority San Francisco division Letter 18 March 1935, (73-701). 12:30 McInnes Louis C. (103-976) Mo.M.M 1/c transferred to Base #11. Reference (a) San Francisco Division letter 26 March 1935 (73-701). 12:30 McInnes Louis C. (103-976) Mo.M.M 1/c transferred to Base #11. Reference (a) San Francisco Division letter 26 March 1935 (73-701). 12:30 Phillips, Carlton R. (107_599) left vessel on (2) two days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 12:30 Phillips, Carlton R. (107_599) left vessel on (2) two days leave granted by Commanding Officer.


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28 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out usual morning routine work. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected Magazine and S.P. samples. condition normal. Received Commissary stores from the following dealers for the General Mess: Western Dairy Products - Valley Creamery Co. and Athens Baking Co. 1:00 held quarters followed by stations for Abandon Ship. Received from C.W. Marwedel one (1) package set screws as per invoice #6472. Receieved from Goodyear Glove Rubber Co. 3 packages Rubber boots, shoes and rain clothes as per invoice #41243. Deck force painting about deck and over the ships sides and reeving new braces and halyards

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to 2 sections until 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. Usual evening routine performed.

Noon: Oakland Calif


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29 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Regular morning routine carried out. Crew washed down. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions satisfactory. 2:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of the ship. Crew engaged in painting motor room hatches and in repairing rigging. Received general mess stores as per invoices from the following firms: Swift and Co., Western Dairy Co., Valley Creamery Co., Athens Baking Co, Western States Grocery Co.

9AM to 4PM: 11:40 Justino Pantinople (208-037) M.Att. 1c returned from forty (40) days' leave on time. 12:10 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to recieve out-patient treatment. 1:00 George Burns (113-890) Sea. 1c transferred to the SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 28 march, 1935 (73-701).

4PM to Mid: 4:00 received eighteen feature motion pictures from Paramount distributing office in San Francisco. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 a.m. to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4:10PM: Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. returned from the U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:40 Justino Pantinople (208-037) M.Att. 1c returned from forty (40) days' leave on time. 12:10 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to recieve out-patient treatment. 12:10 Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left for U.S. Marine Hospital at San Francisco to recieve out-patient treatment. 1:00 George Burns (113-890) Sea. 1c transferred to the SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 28 march, 1935 (73-701). 1:00 George Burns (113-890) Sea. 1c transferred to the SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 28 march, 1935 (73-701).


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30 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

8:30AM: Carlton R. Philips (107-599) C.Y. returned from two (2) days' leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Received from Ardon Protective farm, ice cream per invoice for General Mess. 10:00 Received from Rockville, Conn,. (2) cartons of envelopes on Gov B/L T315529, also (4) four each cartridges Dummy 4" .50 cal from Coast Guard Depot, Curtis Bay, Md., on Gov B/L T292842. 11:30 Received from Valley Creamery Co, milk as per invoice, for General Mess. 11:30 Received from Washington D.C. (1) carton sanitary drinking cups on Gov B/L T304029. 11:45 received from Western States Grocery Co, (24) cases of syrup Inv #41568. 1:00 Granted liberty to (2) two sections of crew until 10:00 A.M. tomorrow. Crew employed during morning at cleaning up about vessel and at various odd jobs about decks. 1:30 Received of Athens baking co, bread as per inv. for General Mess. Inspected magazine and powder samples, conditon normal.

4PM to Mid: Carried out usual evening orders. No activities on this watch.

Noon: Oakland California.,


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31 March 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out usual morning routine work. No further activities on this watch. 9:00 Inspected magazine and all S.P. Indexes, condition normal.

9AM to 4PM: Received stores from Western Dairy Products Inc. and Valley Creamery Co for the General Mess as per invoices. 10:00 granted liberty to one section until 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. 10:00 liberty party returned on time. Suspended all unneccesary work and observed sunday.

9AM to 4PM: 10:20 Stovall, Ned L. (109-995) C.Q.M. returned from ten (10) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:45 Lt. (jg) R.E. Morell reported onboard from ten (10) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine duties.

Noon: Oakland Calif


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LOGS FOR APRIL 1935


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1 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Regular morning routine performed. 6:30 Crew turned to and washed down 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: 8:15 Belay, Paul B. (100-837) M.Att. 1c. returned from thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Following men assigned to mess cook duty for month of April 1935: Morgan Bell (100-826) F 2c Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c Henry T. Scheiding (208-290) AS Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Company, Sussman Norman and Company, Hass Bros, and Valley Creamery Company. 9:30 Received engineer stores from C.G. Store as per invoice. 11:00 Received deck stores from C.G. Store as per invoices. 1:35 Delivered 5 boxes of ~~~ty .30 caliber cartridge cases and clips to Base 11 via C.G. truck. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Athens Baking Company, Golden State Creamery and Arm~~n and Company.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Lieutenant H. S. Maule detached from duty aboard NORTHLAND to report aboard SARANAC for further duty, reference first endorsement of Commander for San Francisco Division & Headquarters letter 2/20/35 (P-71-531). 1:00 Jose De C. Pating (108-195) M. Att 1c transferred to the TAHOE for temporary duty authority San Francisco Division Letter 18 March 1935 (73-701) 2:00 Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c reported aboard for duty from SHAWNEE authority San Francisco Division letter 28 March 1935. (73-701) 3:25 Jesus Ingalla (105-221) MAtt 2c reported for duty from GOLDEN GATE authority San Francisco Division letter 26 march 1935 (73-701). Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std 2c advanced in rating to Off. Std 1c authority San Francisco letter 30 march 1935 (73-701)

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 tomorrow. Crew peformed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

Mid to 9AM: 8:15 Belay, Paul B. (100-837) M.Att. 1c. returned from thirty (30) days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. Following men assigned to mess cook duty for month of April 19.35: Morgan Bell (100-826) F 2c Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c Henry T. Scheiding (208-290) AS Following men assigned to mess cook duty for month of April 19.35: Morgan Bell (100-826) F 2c Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c Henry T. Scheiding (208-290) AS Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea 1c

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 Lieutenant H. S. Maule detached from duty aboard NORTHLAND to report aboard SARANAC for further duty, reference first endorsement of Commander for San Francisco Division & Headquarters letter 2/20/35 (P-71-531). San Francisco Division & Headquarters letter 2/20/35 (P-71-531). 1:00 Jose De C. Pating (108-195) M. Att 1c transferred to the TAHOE for temporary duty authority San Francisco Division Letter 18 March 1935 (73-701) 1:00 Jose De C. Pating (108-195) M. Att 1c transferred to the TAHOE for temporary duty authority San Francisco Division Letter 18 March 1935 (73-701) 2:00 Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c reported aboard for duty from SHAWNEE authority San Francisco Division letter 28 March 1935. (73-701) 2:00 Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c reported aboard for duty from SHAWNEE authority San Francisco Division letter 28 March 1935. (73-701) 3:25 Jesus Ingalla (105-221) MAtt 2c reported for duty from GOLDEN GATE authority San Francisco Division letter 26 march 1935 (73-701). 3:25 Jesus Ingalla (105-221) MAtt 2c reported for duty from GOLDEN GATE authority San Francisco Division letter 26 march 1935 (73-701). Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std 2c advanced in rating to Off. Std 1c authority San Francisco letter 30 march 1935 (73-701) Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std 2c advanced in rating to Off. Std 1c authority San Francisco letter 30 march 1935 (73-701)


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2 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:30 C.G. truck with 5 men left for Mare Island Navy Yard for stores.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 12:15 received radio stores from Coast Guard Depot at Curtis Bay, Md. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill; first water in 40 secs., all hoses in 1 min 40 secs. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following: Navy Yard at Mare Island, Athens Baking Co. Western Dairy Co., Valley Creamery Co. Received from Mare Island Navy Yard Ammunition Depot S.P. replacement samples S.P.D. 1172 S.P. and S.P.D.B. 2467 S.P. Crew engaged in loading commissary stores and general maintenance work above decks.

9AM to 4PM: 9:50 Carl W. Jackson (205-256) R.M. 2c returned from ten (10) days' leave on time. 12:00 Henry F. Bogenreider (204-235) Sea. 2c returned from seven (7) days' leave on time. 1:40 George Savol (109-094) R.M. 1c departed on seven (7) day's leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:45 Clellan A. Somler (109-369) S.C. 1c departed on three (3) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:50 Carl W. Jackson (205-256) R.M. 2c returned from ten (10) days' leave on time. 12:00 Henry F. Bogenreider (204-235) Sea. 2c returned from seven (7) days' leave on time. 12:00 Henry F. Bogenreider (204-235) Sea. 2c returned from seven (7) days' leave on time. 1:40 George Savol (109-094) R.M. 1c departed on seven (7) day's leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:40 George Savol (109-094) R.M. 1c departed on seven (7) day's leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:45 Clellan A. Somler (109-369) S.C. 1c departed on three (3) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer. 1:45 Clellan A. Somler (109-369) S.C. 1c departed on three (3) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.


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3 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:30 working parties left ship for Mare Island Navy Yard to load commissary stores and for San Francisco to load motion pictures on C.G. truck.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazine, inspected all powder indexes, condtion normal. 9:25 Received of Western dairy, ice cream for General Mess. 10:25 Received of Toumey Electric Co. (1) box glass globes. 11:05 C.G. Truck returned with motion pictures. 11:25 Received of Valley Creamery Co. milk as per invoice for General Mess. 11:55 Received via American Railway Express (1) box for Miss Ann Bannan, Gambell, Alaska. 12:20 C.G. Truck returned to San Francisco for motion pictures. 12:05 Coast Guard Truck returned with (1) load of commissary stores for General Mess, from Mare Island. Navy Yard. 1:00 Truck left for Mare Island, Navy Yard, for load of commissary stores. 1:25 Received from Athens Bakery Co, bread as per invoice for General Mess. 3:10 C.G. 802 came along side. 3:15 Received of Crane and Leo, (1) each soap dish as per invoise #28961. 3:55 C.G. 802 left vessel. 4:00 Received of Wellman and Peck, Commissary Stores as per invoice #4815, 4816, 4817, 4814, and #5781. Omitted Quarters and Drills on account of necessary work. Crew employed at storing away stores and variously employed.

4PM to Mid: 4:10 C.G. Truck returned from San Francisco with motion pictures. 4:30 Granted liberty to two (2) sections until 8:00 A.M tomorrow. 4:55 C.G. Truck returned with load of commissary stores for General mess from Mare Island, Navy Yard. Crew employed at securing stores for night.

Noon: Oakland California


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4 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew employed at usual morning routine work. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:35 Coast Guard Truck left for Mare Island, Navy Yard for Commissary Stores, placed on truck (5) five air bottles and (2) two gas bottles, from Engineer's Department for Navy Yard, Mare Island. 8:40 Received of Coca Cola bottling works, Coca Cola as per invoice Canteen Stores.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from the following: Poultry Producers of Central California, Western Dairy Proucts, Cotella Bros, and Valley Creamery Company. 11:00 Received canteen stores as per invoice from Julius Rothchild. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Received stores for general mess as per invoices and six S.R.B.D. targets via Base 11 truck from Mare Island Navy Yard.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Earl C. Brown (101-346) M.M 2c received out patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. Earl L Ruff (109-047) EM 1c and Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) CGM received medical treatment at Base 11. 1:00 Charles A Huffman (208-118) Sea 1c, John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c and Henry J Kucucs (106-430) cox transferred to SHAWNEE authority San Francisco Division letter 3 April 1935, (73-701). Following men reported aboard for duty from SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 3 April 1935, (73-701): Willie L. Millican (208-083) Sea 1c, William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 2c and Thomas A Wetzeil (208-255) Sea 2c.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sectioins of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Earl C. Brown (101-346) M.M 2c received out patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco. Earl L Ruff (109-047) EM 1c and Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) CGM received medical treatment at Base 11. Earl L Ruff (109-047) EM 1c and Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) CGM received medical treatment at Base 11. 1:00 Charles A Huffman (208-118) Sea 1c, John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c and Henry J Kucucs (106-430) cox transferred to SHAWNEE authority San Francisco Division letter 3 April 1935, (73-701). 1:00 Charles A Huffman (208-118) Sea 1c, John O'Malley Jr (208-029) Sea 1c and Henry J Kucucs (106-430) cox transferred to SHAWNEE authority San Francisco Division letter 3 April 1935, (73-701). Following men reported aboard for duty from SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 3 April 1935, (73-701): Willie L. Millican (208-083) Sea 1c, Following men reported aboard for duty from SHAWNEE in accordance with San Francisco Division letter 3 April 1935, (73-701): Willie L. Millican (208-083) Sea 1c, William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 2c and Thomas A Wetzeil (208-255) Sea 2c. William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 2c and Thomas A Wetzeil (208-255) Sea 2c.


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5 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Swift and Company.

Mid to 9AM: Roy D.H. Richards (206-126) F 1c received medical examination for discharge at Base 11.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions satisfactory. Made semi-monthly test of all indices of S.P.; condition normal. 11:00 Commanding Officer made weekly ship’s inspection. 11:45 the crew received their semi-monthly pay. Omitted quarters and drills; necessary work. 1:05 received commissary stores, 5 oxygen bottles, and 2 acetylene bottles from Navy Yard at Mare Island. 1:30 received lumber as per invoice from Strable Hardwood Co. 2:00 granted pay day liberty to two sections until 8:00 am to-morrow. Received from Navy Yard at Mare Island six bbls. of soap chips as per invoice. Rec'd commissary stores from the following firms: Athens Baking Co., Western Dairy Co., Western States Grocery Co.

9AM to 4PM: Lieut (j.g.) William I Swanston transferred to DAPHNE authority H/L 23 March 1935 (P-71). 11:35 Carl H. Schingel (109-240) Y. 2c reported aboard for duty from the TAHOE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 2 April, 1935. 1:00 Thomas B Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c transferred to the TAHOE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 2 April, 1935 - 73-701. Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F. 1c issued H.D. #A37739 by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment; paid in full to date.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: Lieut (j.g.) William I Swanston transferred to DAPHNE authority H/L 23 March 1935 (P-71). 11:35 Carl H. Schingel (109-240) Y. 2c reported aboard for duty from the TAHOE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 2 April, 1935. 11:35 Carl H. Schingel (109-240) Y. 2c reported aboard for duty from the TAHOE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 2 April, 1935. 1:00 Thomas B Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c transferred to the TAHOE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 2 April, 1935 - 73-701. 1:00 Thomas B Dawson (102-717) Y. 1c transferred to the TAHOE in accordance with San Francisco Div. letter of 2 April, 1935 - 73-701. Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F. 1c issued H.D. #A37739 by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment; paid in full to date. Roy D.H. Richards (208-126) F. 1c issued H.D. #A37739 by reason of expiration of full term of enlistment; paid in full to date.


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6 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 am liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine, and all powder samples, condition normal. 9:00 Received from Arden Protective Farms Inc, ice cream as per invoice, for General mess. 11:45 Received of Valley Creamery Co, milk for General Mess. 1:00 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 10:00 AM tomorrow. 1:55 Received of Athens Baking Co, bread for General Mess. Crew employed at cleaning vessel, and at various odd jobs.

9AM to 4PM: 10:35 Senalos, McClellan A (109-369) S.C 1/c reported on board from (3) three days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 11:50 Allia, Edwin M. (100-454) Sea 1/c returned on board from (15) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:15 Fuller, Hercules A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c Left vessel on (5) five days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed usual evening routine work.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 10:35 Senalos, McClellan A (109-369) S.C 1/c reported on board from (3) three days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 11:50 Allia, Edwin M. (100-454) Sea 1/c returned on board from (15) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 11:50 Allia, Edwin M. (100-454) Sea 1/c returned on board from (15) days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:15 Fuller, Hercules A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c Left vessel on (5) five days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 1:15 Fuller, Hercules A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c Left vessel on (5) five days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.


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7 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Received of Arden Procetive Farms Inc. ice cream for General Mess.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Observed Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Crew peformed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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8 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:35 A working party consisting of two seamen left ship on Coast Guard truck for Navy Yard at Mare Island. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. 2:00 Received stores for CHELAN from the Coast Guard. 2:50 Commenced dock trial. 3:50 finished dock trial. 3:45 received small stores from Navy Yard at Mare Island; working party returned to ship. Crew engaged in bending-on sails, loading stores, and painting above decks. Received commissary stores from the following firms as per invoices: Western Dairy Products Co., Valley Creamery Co., Wellman, Peck and Co.

11:25AM: Frank J. Major (106-657) F. 1c reported aboard at expiration of authorized leave; the TAHOE being at sea.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4:00PM: Frank J. Major (106-657) F. 1c left vessel for TAHOE.

Noon: Oakland California


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9 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew carried out the regular morning routine. 8:00 the liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazine and Powder Samples, conditions normal. 9:10 Received of Western Dairy Co. ice cream, as per invoice, for General mess. 11:27 Received of Valley Creamery Co, milk for General mess. 11:27 Received of Haas Bros micalleanous stores for General mess as per invoice 1:30 Received of Athens Bakery Co. bread for General Mess. 3:05 C.G. 802, came alongside, 3:10 C.G. 802, left vessels side. Omitted Quarters and Drills on account of necessary work going on about vessel. Crew employed during day at bending on sails and variously employed about decks.

9AM to 4PM: 11:20 Lee, Abner W. (120-568) M.M. 1/c reported on board from (27) twenty seven days convalescent leave. 11:40 Sullivan, Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c returned on board from (17) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 12:00 Wallers, Clarence, R. (110-702), F 1/c failed to report on board when his liberty had expried. 4:00 G.J. Holt, Lieut (j.g.) reported on board, in obediance to headquarters Letter to C.G. Daphne, dated 23 march 1935, (P-71-531).

4PM to Mid: Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew carried out usual evening routine work.

4:35PM: Wallers, Clarence R. (110-702) F 1/c returned on board having been abent over leave 4 hours and 35 minutes.

Noon: Oakland California

9AM to 4PM: 11:20 Lee, Abner W. (120-568) M.M. 1/c reported on board from (27) twenty seven days convalescent leave. 11:40 Sullivan, Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c returned on board from (17) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 11:40 Sullivan, Daniel (208-115) Sea 1/c returned on board from (17) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer. 12:00 Wallers, Clarence, R. (110-702), F 1/c failed to report on board when his liberty had expried. 12:00 Wallers, Clarence, R. (110-702), F 1/c failed to report on board when his liberty had expried. 4:00 G.J. Holt, Lieut (j.g.) reported on board, in obediance to headquarters Letter to C.G. Daphne, dated 23 march 1935, (P-71-531). 4:00 G.J. Holt, Lieut (j.g.) reported on board, in obediance to headquarters Letter to C.G. Daphne, dated 23 march 1935, (P-71-531).


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10 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 9:00 Working party left for Base #11, for vessels storage material.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from: Western Dairy Company and Valley Creamery Company. Crew engaged in stowing miscellaneous gear received via C.G. truck from Base 11. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from: Athens Baking Company, Western States Grocery Company, Poultry Producers of Central California and Anker Meat Company. 1:30 Held dock trial. 2:00 Secured.

10:45AM: George Savol (109-094) R.M. 1c returned from 7 days leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 CALYPSO and AURORA stood out. 10:40 TAHOE stood out.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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11 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.78, Long -122.37


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Valley Creamery Company. 8:20 Prepared for getting underway.

8:15AM: Abner Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c left for Base 11 for medical examination for discharge.

9AM to 4PM: Spent forenoon in standing down San Francisco Bay on various courses for purposes of calibrating radio direction finder. 11:30 finished swinging ship for calibration of radio direction-finder; swung ship to obtain deviation table for standard magnetic compass. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill, first water in 20 secs., all hoses in 3 min. and 20 secs. Held collision and man-overboard drillls, stations only.

3:25PM: Edward Larsen (106-136) C.M. 1c left ship on two (2) days' leave, granted by the Commanding Officer.

9:00AM: unmoored and stood out of estuary at various speeds on various courses. Spent forenoon in standing down San Francsico Bay on various courses

2:00PM: approaching Oakland Estuary; stood up toward Grove St. pier.

3:00PM: moored to Grove St. wharf

4PM to Mid: 4:25 received from Bigelow Sanford Carpet Co., via Lukenbach Steamship Co., one bale of rugs. 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to exprire at 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.


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12 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. At 8:00 liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: Earl L. Ruff (109-047) E.M. 1c and Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. received medical treatment at Base Eleven.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine, tested magazine flood valve, good condition, inspected all S.P. indexes, condition normal. Received stores from the following firms, as per invoices, for General Mess, Cottela Bros, California Poultry Co, Joe Rabenowitz, Western Dairy Prouducts, Swift and Co, Valley Creamery Co, Athens Bakery Co. 11:15 Commanding Officer made weekly ship inspection through out. 3:00 Held dock trial port engine at various speeds. Crew employed during day at cleaning paint work and variously employed about decks

9AM to 4PM: 11:45 Commanding Officer, awarded the following punishment to Wallers, Clarence R. (110-702) F 1/c. 20 hours extra duty. 11:55 Fuller Hercules A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c returned on board from (5) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow. 4:50 Secured from dock trial, ~~~g off Port Engine secured. Crew performed usual evening routine work.

6:45PM: Wallers, Clarence R. (110-702) F. 1/c compled (2) hours extra duty.

Noon: Oakland California


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13 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 9:00 Secured and Inspected magazine for sea. Secured store-rooms for sea.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy, D. Kakaura, Golden State Company, and Valley Creamery Company. Received deck and engineer stores from C.G. Store, Base 11. 1:00 Granted liberty to section "C" until 8:00 am Monday and section "B" until 10:00 am tomorrow. Motor surf boat and motor launch left to patrol boat races. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Athens Baking Company.

1:25PM: Ansel C. Hulbert Jr. (105-148) Mo.M.M. reported aboard for duty from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital San Francisco.

3:10PM: SWIFT alongside. Shoved off.

5PM: 5:25 SWIFT alongside. 5:50 SWIFT departed.

4PM to Mid: Hosited motor launch and motor surf boat. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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14 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.8, Long -122.28


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:00 liberty party returned on time. Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday. Received general mess stores from Valley Creamery Co. as per invoice.

11:40AM: Edward Larsen (106-136) C.M. 1c returned from two (2) days' leae on time.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Oakland California


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15 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 37.77, Long -122.64


Mid to 9AM: Received commissary stores as per invoices from Athens Baking Co., and Valley Creamery Co. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Made preparations for getting underway.

8:20AM: the following men left on leave, granted by the Commanding Officer: Paul Lybrand (106-575) Cox. - five (5) days. Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. - five (5) days. Luis Ramirez ( 100-226) Off. Std. 1c five (5) days. Thomas J. Jones (105-497) C.C. Std. five (5) days. George A. Riusa (108-747) Mo.M.M. 1c - five (5) days.

6:30AM: warped ship to east side of Market St. pier.

9AM to Meridian: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:40 started both engines.

10:10AM: unmoored and stood out of estuary and San Francsico Bay at various speeds and various courses.

Mer to 4PM: The enlistment of Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c was extended until the arrival of this vessel in port, authority article 4635 (1) Personnel Instructions

1:00PM: held quarters followed by stations for abandon ship drill and man overboard.

Noon: 12:05 cc 302 12:12 San Francisco light vessel abeam to port.

2PM: 2:18 Point Reyes light abeam to starboard distant 3 miles 2:23 cc 322

4:18PM: found gyro compass to have 2.5 deg westerly error; cc 325

7:32PM: Sighted Pt Arena bearing 358 T

9PM: 9:20 Point Arena light abeam to starboard distant 12.5 miles. 9:26 cc 337 pgc, 335 T

10:12PM: cc 344 pgc 342 T Point Arena bearing 90T

8AM: Oakland California

8:20AM: the following men left on leave, granted by the Commanding Officer: Paul Lybrand (106-575) Cox. - five (5) days. Paul Lybrand (106-575) Cox. - five (5) days. Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. - five (5) days. Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. - five (5) days. Luis Ramirez ( 100-226) Off. Std. 1c five (5) days. Luis Ramirez ( 100-226) Off. Std. 1c five (5) days. Thomas J. Jones (105-497) C.C. Std. five (5) days. Thomas J. Jones (105-497) C.C. Std. five (5) days. George A. Riusa (108-747) Mo.M.M. 1c - five (5) days. George A. Riusa (108-747) Mo.M.M. 1c - five (5) days.


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16 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 41.06, Long -124.73


1:53AM: gyro repeaters became out of order, steering course 328 psc

4:20AM: cc 342 T

7:05AM: cc 357 T

8:00AM: Blunts Reef light vessel bearing 77 T distance 8 miles. Gyro repeaters now operating.

8AM to Mer: Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions normal.

1:00PM: held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills.

3:30PM: cc 358 T

6:39PM: cc 0 T

10:00PM: sighted Cape Blanco light bearing 28 T


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17 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 44.76, Long -124.55


12:22AM: Cape Blanco Light abeam to starboard distant 12.4 miles

5:56AM: Gyro error found to be 1 deg W. cc 0 T

7:10AM: cc 16 T

8AM to Mer: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

1:00PM: held quarters followed by clothing inspection.

2:25PM: cc 0 T

8:21PM: Columbia River light vessel abeam to starboard dist 12.5 mi, cc 350 T


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18 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 48.38, Long -124.17


3:25AM: sighted Destruction Is. light bearing 36 T

4AM: 4:40 Destruction Is abeam to starboard dist 13.5 mi 4:52 cc 258 T Gyro error found to be 0.5 deg W

6:55AM: Sighted Umatilla Light Ship bearing 358 T cc 356 pgc

7:40AM: Umatilla Light Ship abeam to starboard dist .2 mi cc 5 pgc and T

8AM to Mer: Made daily inspection of magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions normal.

9AM: 9:00 cc 37 9:21 cc 90

10:00AM: cc 106

11AM: 11:00 cc 110 11:34 cc 106

1:00PM: omitted quarters because of necessary work.

Mer: Standing down Puget Sound

2:25PM: cc 98 Race Rks. bearing 0 T, dist 3.0 mi

5PM: 5:14 Point Wilson abeam to starboard dist 1.6 mi 5:16 cc 143 5:40 Point Marrastone bearing 233 cc 158

6PM: 6:16 Bush Pt light abeam to port. 6:44 Double Bluff Buoy abeam to port, cc 130

7PM: 7:07 Point No Point bearing 240 cc 163 7:50 Apple Cove Pt bearing 270, cc 173

8PM: 8:20 cc 178; President Pt. abeam to stbd, dist 0.7 mi 8:35 cc 155; West Point abeam to port, dist 0.5 mi

9PM: 9:00 approaching Coast Guard dock in Seattle at various speeds on various courses. 9:55 moored port side to to wharf.

10:30PM: Granted liberty to one section of crew until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow.

10:25PM: Jonas, Thomas J. (105-497) C.C. Stwd returned on board from (5) days leave, granted by Commanding Officer.

4AM: 4:40 Destruction Is abeam to starboard dist 13.5 mi 4:52 cc 358 T Gyro error found to be 0.5 deg W

5PM: 5:14 Point Wilson abeam to starboard dist 1.6 mi 5:16 cc 143 5:40 Point Marrowtone bearing 233 cc 158


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19 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


00.00: Moored to dock, foot of Charles St.

Mid to 9AM: Crew performed usual morning routine duties. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 9:00 Tested magazine flood valve, condition good, Inspected magazine and all powder samples, condition normal.

Mid to 9AM: Kern Raymond (105-695) C.B.M. returned from (5) five days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

9AM to 4PM: Delivered stores to CHELAN as received aboard NORTHLAND from C.G. Store Oakland California. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 1 minute and 10 seconds, all water 1 minute and 40 seconds. 1:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ships inspection. 2:20 Received from Seattle Division one radio receiver and one power pack. Order #8364. Contract T.C.G. 23733.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Lieut E.K. Rhodes reported aboard for duty from PERSEUS authority Cmdr. San Francisco Division letter 19 March 1935 (71-731). 12:30 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c issued honorable discharge A37740 on this date due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof authority H/L 3 April 1935 (P-73-701). Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge A37741 this date due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof, authority H/L 3rd indorsement., form 2525-B, 5 April 1935.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores for general mess from Purity Ice Cream, Inc. Crew performed evening routine.

8:40PM: Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F 1c has completed 10 hours extra duty.

6:30PM: CYGAN stood in and moored.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Lieut E.K. Rhodes reported aboard for duty from PERSEUS authority Cmdr. San Francisco Division letter 19 March 1935 (71-731). 12:30 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c issued honorable discharge A37740 on this date due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof 12:30 Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c issued honorable discharge A37740 on this date due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof authority H/L 3 April 1935 (P-73-701). authority H/L 3 April 1935 (P-73-701). Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge A37741 this date due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof, Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge A37741 this date due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof, authority H/L 3rd indorsement., form 2525-B, 5 April 1935. authority H/L 3rd indorsement., form 2525-B, 5 April 1935.


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20 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Kristoferson Dairy Co, Ryan Fruit Company, and Hagen and Sons Inc. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

8:07AM: CYGAN stood out.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:50 the crew received their semi-monthly pay. Omitted quarters and drills; recreation. 1:00 granted liberty to section "A" until 8:00 am Monday and to section "C" until 10:00 am Sunday. Recieved two boxes of electrical supplies from the Conitnental Electric Co. of Newark, N.J. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Pioneer Fruit Co., Purity Ice Cream Co., Safeway Stores, Inc., Olympic Fruit Co.

9AM to 4PM: Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c reenlisted for a period of three years on a special temporary elistment in accordance with Hdqtrs. letter of 3 April, 1935 (P-73-701). Danil Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c reenlisted for a period of three years on a special temporary enlistment in accordance with Hdqtrs. third indorsement on Form 2525-B, 5 April 1935. The enlistment of Edmund R. Kobi~~~la (202-034) F. 1c was extended for a period of one day due to Admintratives Offices being closed; authority, Art. 4635(2) Personnel Instructions. 11:50 Daniel Sullivan (203-115) Sea. 1c departed on seventeen days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. George W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c departed on four days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 4:00 Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F. 1c completed six hours of extra duty.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4PM to Mid: 9:00 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea. 2c was found to be absent without official leave. 9:45 William E Thomas (110-257) Sea. 2c returned to the ship under the influence of intoxicating liquor.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: Abner W. Lee (120-568) M.M. 1c reenlisted for a period of three years on a special temporary elistment in accordance with Hdqtrs. letter of 3 April, 1935 (P-73-701). Danil Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c reenlisted for a period of three years on a special temporary enlistment in accordance with Hdqtrs. third indorsement on Form 2525-B, 5 April 1935. Danil Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c reenlisted for a period of three years on a special temporary enlistment in accordance with Hdqtrs. third indorsement on Form 2525-B, 5 April 1935. The enlistment of Edmund R. Kobi~~~la (202-034) F. 1c was extended for a period of one day due to Admintratives Offices being closed; authority, Art. 4635(2) Personnel Instructions. The enlistment of Edmund R. Kobi~~~la (202-034) F. 1c was extended for a period of one day due to Admintratives Offices being closed; authority, Art. 4635(2) Personnel Instructions. 11:50 Daniel Sullivan (203-115) Sea. 1c departed on seventeen days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:50 Daniel Sullivan (203-115) Sea. 1c departed on seventeen days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. George W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c departed on four days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. George W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c departed on four days' leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 4:00 Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F. 1c completed six hours of extra duty. 4:00 Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F. 1c completed six hours of extra duty.


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21 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Purity Ice Cream Company and Kristoferson Dairy. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to "B" section of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Observed Sunday.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 Luis Ran~~~~~ (100-226) Off. Std 1c returned from 5 days leave on time. 11:00 Paul Lyb~~~~~ (106-575) Cox returned from 5 days leave on time. 11:00 George A. Pen~s (108-747) Mo.M.M. 1c returned from 5 days leave on time.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine. 8:15 Started gyro compass.

4.30: Clarence R Wallers (110-702) F. 1c completed 4 hours extra duty, having now completed a total of 20 hours extra duty.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 Luis Ran~~~~~ (100-226) Off. Std 1c returned from 5 days leave on time. 11:00 Paul Lyb~~~~~ (106-575) Cox returned from 5 days leave on time. 11:00 Paul Lyb~~~~~ (106-575) Cox returned from 5 days leave on time. 11:00 George A. Pen~s (108-747) Mo.M.M. 1c returned from 5 days leave on time. 11:00 George A. Pen~s (108-747) Mo.M.M. 1c returned from 5 days leave on time.


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22 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.61, Long -122.36


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Kristoferson Dairy.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Received from Crosby Steam Gauge Co, Boston Mass. engineer stores on Gov. B/L T138846. Prepared for getting underway. Omitted quarters due to inclement weather. Commanding Officer made official call on Captain of Bremerton Navy Yard.

9AM to 4PM: 10:50 Thomas F Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. reported back from 30 days leave on time. 11:00 Edmond R. Kobialka (202-034) F 1c issued honorable discharge #A37742 due to expiration of two years regular enlistment. 4:00 McClellan A. Sem~ler (109-309) S.C. 1c left on 5 days leave granted by commanding officer.

9AM to 4PM: 10:43 CYGAN stood out. 10:45 TINGARD stood out. 11:50 ATALANTA stood out.

Noon: 12:05 Underway manuevering from dock. Set course 281 12:15 cc 247 12:55 cc 301

1:00PM: cc 134

2:00PM: Moored port side to dock 5B

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

8AM: Seattle Washington

Noon: Seattle Washington

20.00: Navy Yard Bremerton

9AM to 4PM: 10:50 Thomas F Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. reported back from 30 days leave on time. 11:00 Edmond R. Kobialka (202-034) F 1c issued honorable discharge #A37742 due to expiration of two years regular enlistment. 11:00 Edmond R. Kobialka (202-034) F 1c issued honorable discharge #A37742 due to expiration of two years regular enlistment. 4:00 McClellan A. Sem~ler (109-309) S.C. 1c left on 5 days leave granted by commanding officer. 4:00 McClellan A. Sem~ler (109-309) S.C. 1c left on 5 days leave granted by commanding officer.

9AM to 4PM: 10:43 CYGAN stood out. 10:45 TINGARD stood out. 10:45 TINGARD stood out. 11:50 ATALANTA stood out. 11:50 ATALANTA stood out.


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23 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.56, Long -122.63


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. 3:40 turned over to the Naval Ammunition Depot 4 inch ammunition as per invoice #2-A of 4 april, 1935. Ship's force engaged in loosening holding-down bolts on forward and after guns and in general maintenance work above decks.

11:45AM: the Commanding Officer held report mast in the case of William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 2c, awarded a ten day restriction and ten hours' extra duty.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: NAVY YARd BRemeRton, WAsh


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24 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.56, Long -122.63


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. 8:30 began unloading 4 inch ammunition from magazines for transfer to the Naval Ammunition Depot.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Delivered all 4 inch ammunition to Naval Ammunition depot. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Yard workmen on board removing 4 inch guns. Omitted quarters and drills due to necessary work. Crew engaged in cleaning and painting ship and assisting yard workmen in removing 4 inch guns. 3:00 Port 4 inch gun removed by Navy Yard crane and tranferred to Naval Ordnance Department.

4PM to Mid: 4:15 Starboard 4 inch gun removed by Navy Yard crane and transferred to Naval Ordnance Department. 4:30 Granted liberty to "A" and "B" sections of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

4:30PM: Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. left on 10 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer.

Noon: NAVY YARd BRemeRton, WAsh.


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25 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.56, Long -122.63


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Navy Yard workmen on board doing work necessary to move 6 pounder guns forward.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Delivered tools and accessories for 4"-50 to Navy Yard as per invoice 22 April 1935.

9AM to 4PM: George W. Bennet (208-048) Q.M. 2c returned from 4 days leave on time. Frank M. Shaffer (109-412) Sea 1c left on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:40 following men reported aboard for duty: Arther K. Natland (217-315) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. John B. Busbee Jr. (217-316) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Damingo O. Lagia (217-014) M.Att 2c H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. William Enriquez (217-318) M.Att 3c H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. 11:50 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c departed on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. Walter G. Lawrence (105-096) C.M.M. left on 3 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Navy Yard Bremerton, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: George W. Bennet (208-048) Q.M. 2c returned from 4 days leave on time. Frank M. Shaffer (109-412) Sea 1c left on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. Frank M. Shaffer (109-412) Sea 1c left on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:40 following men reported aboard for duty: 11:40 following men reported aboard for duty: Arther K. Natland (217-315) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Arther K. Natland (217-315) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. John B. Busbee Jr. (217-316) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. John B. Busbee Jr. (217-316) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Damingo O. Lagia (217-014) M.Att 2c H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. Damingo O. Lagia (217-014) M.Att 2c H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. William Enriquez (217-318) M.Att 3c H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. William Enriquez (217-318) M.Att 3c H/D 7022-1644 April 1935. 11:50 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c departed on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:50 John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c departed on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. Walter G. Lawrence (105-096) C.M.M. left on 3 days leave granted by commanding officer. Walter G. Lawrence (105-096) C.M.M. left on 3 days leave granted by commanding officer.


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26 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.56, Long -122.63


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Yard workmen aboard fitting 6 pounder guns to 4"-50 foundations.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions normal. Received engineers stores and clothing as per invoices from Puget Sound Navy Yard. Yard workmen completed alterations on ordnance equipment. Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. 3:45 made perparations for getting underway.

3.55: unmoored ship and pilated away from pier with a U.S. Navy tug.

4PM to Mid: Granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

4:05PM: let go tug and stood up sound to Seattle at various speeds on various courses.

5:50PM: moored to wharf at the foot of Charles St. in Seattle

8AM: NAVY YARd BRemeRton, WASh.

Noon: NAVY YARd BRemeRton, WAsh.

20.00: SEAttLE WASH.


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27 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 the liberty party returned on time

8:15AM: Douglas H. Neuman (217-321) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the ATALANTA in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7022-1644 April, 1935.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions normal. 10:00 Held general muster and personnel inspection. 10:30 the Commanding Officer Inspected the ship. Received Commissary supples as per invoices from the following: Washington Creamery Co., Purity Ice Cream Inc., An~~~~w & Co., and F~~~~ & Co. 1:00 Granted liberty to section "B" until 8:00 am Monday and to section "A" until 10:00 am Sunday.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Pay Clerk Millen L. Andholo reported on board from Base six in accordance with Headquarter's Letter 19 February, 1935 (P-72-531). 11:50 Shelby Allen (100-081) C.Ph.M. reported on board from U.S. Marine Hospital, Ellis Island, New York in accordance with Headquarter's Letter 15 April, 1935 (P-73-701-531) and Commander New York Division Letter 18 April, 1935 (73-701-531).

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Washington


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28 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received Commissary stores as per invoice from Kristoferson Dairy Co.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one section until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Company. Sunday routine.

11:20AM: McClellan A. Semler (102-309) S.C. 1c returned from 5 days leave on time.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Washington


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29 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Kristoferson's Dairy. Held infantry drill ashore.

8:00AM: Liberty party returned on time exept, Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c and William A Hanley (105-785) Sea 1c.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. Rec'd commissary stores from Purity Ice Cream Co.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Walter G. Lawrence (105-096) C.M.M. returned from three days' leave on time. 12:00 Harly W. Thatcher (217-322) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the Recruiting Office at Seattle, Washington in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7029-1156 April, 1936. 3:50 Fred E. Wilson (216-324) A.S. and Henry D. Waller (217-325) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the Recruiting Office at Seattle, Washington in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7029-1156 April, 1935.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

4PM to Mid: 5:00 William A. Hanley (105-785) Sea. 1c and Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea. 1c returned to the ship, having been absent without official leave since 8:00 am.

Noon: Seattle Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Walter G. Lawrence (105-096) C.M.M. returned from three days' leave on time. 12:00 Harly W. Thatcher (217-322) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the Recruiting Office at Seattle, Washington in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7029-1156 April, 1936. 12:00 Harly W. Thatcher (217-322) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the Recruiting Office at Seattle, Washington in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7029-1156 April, 1936. 3:50 Fred E. Wilson (216-324) A.S. and Henry D. Waller (217-325) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the Recruiting Office at Seattle, Washington in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7029-1156 April, 1935. 3:50 Fred E. Wilson (216-324) A.S. and Henry D. Waller (217-325) A.S. reported aboard for duty from the Recruiting Office at Seattle, Washington in accordance with Hdqtrs. dispatch 7029-1156 April, 1935.


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30 April 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: 6:30 held boat drill under oars. Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Rec'd commissary stores as per invoice from Kristoferson Dairy Co.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected moagazine and smokeless poweder samples, conditions normal. 12:30 Sent Lux fire extinguisher #44734 to Pure Carbonic Co. of Seattle, Wash. to be recharged. 1:00 Held quarters followed by general quarters, gun, pistol, and signal drills. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoices from Purity Ice Cream Co. and Safeway Stores Inc. Crew employed in cleaning and painting about ship.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Lieutenant Commander Carl H. Hilton returned from 1 month and 28 days leave. 10:05 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. left on 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:30 Ensign A.E. Hurned reported on board for line duty having taken 27 days leave enrout from the Atalanta, in accordance with Headquarter's Letter 18 March 1935 (P-71-531). 11:40 The Commanding Officer held report mast. William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 1c awarded a deck court and Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c awarded 10 days restriction and 20 hours extra duty.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections "A" and "B" of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Lieutenant Commander Carl H. Hilton returned from 1 month and 28 days leave. 10:05 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. left on 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 10:05 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. left on 5 days leave granted by the Commanding Officer. 11:30 Ensign A.E. Hurned reported on board for line duty having taken 27 days leave enrout from the Atalanta, in accordance with Headquarter's Letter 18 March 1935 (P-71-531). 11:30 Ensign A.E. Hurned reported on board for line duty having taken 27 days leave enrout from the Atalanta, in accordance with Headquarter's Letter 18 March 1935 (P-71-531). 11:40 The Commanding Officer held report mast. William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 1c awarded a deck court and Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c awarded 10 days restriction and 20 hours extra duty. 11:40 The Commanding Officer held report mast. William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 1c awarded a deck court and Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c awarded 10 days restriction and 20 hours extra duty.


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LOGS FOR MAY 1935


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1 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Carnation Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Company. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessry work. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from: A. Hagen & Sons Inc., Service Fruit Company, Swift and Company and Puget Sound Butter Egg Company, and Ryan Fruit Company. Received one box pump parts on B/L T32406. 2:45 Associated Oil company delivered 1455.5 galloons lubricating oil.

9AM to 4PM: P.H. Dental Surgeon Charles B. Galt U.S.P.H.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Surgeon General U.S.P.H.S. letter 26 March 1935. Assistant Surgeon (R) Eugene A Gillis U.S.P.H.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Surgeon General U.S.P.H.S. letter 23 April 1935. Earl C. Brown (101-346) Mo.M.M. 2c was given physical examination for discharge at U.S. Marine Hospital Seattle Washingon. Following men on mess cook duty for may: William B. Davis (208-156) Sea 1c, Arthur K. Natland (217-315) AS, Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. and John B. Buzbee Jr. (217-316) A.S. Leoncio Zamora (111-337) M.Att. 1c detailed to duties of ships cook. 2:15 Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c issued honorable discharge #A37743 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment, authority Article 461 personnel instructions.

9AM to 4PM: CYGAN alongside. CYGAN unmoored and stood out toward Connecticut St. dock.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections "B" and "C" until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

4PM to Mid: William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 1c tried by deck court, of which Lieut. E. K. Rhodes is deck court officer and sentenced to be reduced to next inferior rating, that of seaman second class, and to perform 20 hours extra duty.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: P.H. Dental Surgeon Charles B. Galt U.S.P.H.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Surgeon General U.S.P.H.S. letter 26 March 1935. Assistant Surgeon (R) Eugene A Gillis U.S.P.H.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Surgeon General U.S.P.H.S. letter 23 April 1935. Assistant Surgeon (R) Eugene A Gillis U.S.P.H.S. reported aboard for duty in accordance with Surgeon General U.S.P.H.S. letter 23 April 1935. Earl C. Brown (101-346) Mo.M.M. 2c was given physical examination for discharge at U.S. Marine Hospital Seattle Washingon. Earl C. Brown (101-346) Mo.M.M. 2c was given physical examination for discharge at U.S. Marine Hospital Seattle Washingon. Following men on mess cook duty for may: Following men on mess cook duty for may: William B. Davis (208-156) Sea 1c, Arthur K. Natland (217-315) AS, Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. and John B. Buzbee Jr. (217-316) A.S. William B. Davis (208-156) Sea 1c, Arthur K. Natland (217-315) AS, Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. and John B. Buzbee Jr. (217-316) A.S. Leoncio Zamora (111-337) M.Att. 1c detailed to duties of ships cook. Leoncio Zamora (111-337) M.Att. 1c detailed to duties of ships cook. 2:15 Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c issued honorable discharge #A37743 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment, authority Article 461 personnel instructions. 2:15 Earl C. Brown (101-346) MoMM 2c issued honorable discharge #A37743 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment, authority Article 461 personnel instructions.


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2 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores as per invoice for general mess from Carnation Company. Received gasoline from Shell Oil Company as per invoice. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters followed by fire dirll; first water in 45 secs., all hoses in 2 min. and 45 secs. 3:00 held boat drill under oars. Crew engaged in routine painting and maintenance work about ship. Received commissary stores as per invoices from the following firms: Safeway Stores Inc., Western Dairy Products Co., and Ryan Fruit Co.

9AM to 4PM: Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 1c received medical treatment at the out-patient office of the U.S. Public Health Service.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections to expire at 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

8:00PM: William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c and Maxwell Peters (108-528) Sea. 1c completed three hours of extra duty.

Noon: Seattle Wash


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3 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:00 the liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores as per invoice from the Carnation Company.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:25 Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co. 2:00 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of vessel. 2:15 received one (1) Lux Fire Extinguisher from Pure Carbonic Co as per invoice. Crew engaged in holy stoning and cleaning about deck. 3:30 Held boat drill.

3:45PM: TERRELL, ALFRED A (217-328) A.S. reported on board for duty from Recruiting Station, Seattle, Wash. Authority, Headquarters dispatch 7022-1644, April 1935.

4:30PM: Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 AM tomorrow.

8:00PM: William A Howley (105-785) Sea 2/c and Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1/c completed three (3) hours extra duty. Lieut. L.D. EDWARDS departed on five (5) days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4:00PM: Atalanta stood in and moored to Connecticut Street Dock.

Seattle, Washington


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4 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: 6:30 Crew performd morning routine. Held boat drill. 7:20 Received commissary stores as per invoice from Carnation Milk Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

3:30AM: PULASKI stood in and moored to Coast Guard Dock.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 11:00 The crew received their semi monthly pay. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Western Dairy Co. and Carstens Packing Co. Crew engaged in scrubbing canvas and cleaning about ship. 1:00 Granted liberty to "B" section of the crew until 8:00 am Monday and to "C" section until 10:00 am Sunday. Omitted quarters on account of recreation.

11:55AM: Raymond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. returned from 10 days leave on time.

10:30AM: The Chelan stood in and moored to North side of Coast Guard Dock.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

8:00PM: Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c, each completed 7 hours extra duty.

Noon: Seattle Wash


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5 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine. Received Commissary stores as per invoice from Carnation Co.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:45 received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from : Western Dairy Products. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to one secion until 8:00 am tomorrow. Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Wash.


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6 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 7:15 Received commissary store for general mess from Carnation Milk Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: 7:27 ARCATA alongside to pick up working detail. 7:31 PULASKI stood out. ARCATA left for Navy Yard, Bremerton.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Ehrlick-Harrison, Inc. delivered lumber for Nome Station as per invoice. Received commissary stores as per invoice from the following firms: Carstins Packing Co., Western Dairy Products Co., Swift and Co., Safeway Stores, Frye and Co. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. Crew engaged in routine work about ship and in storing supplies for cruise.

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. returned from five days' leave. Frank M. Shaffer (109-412) Sea. 1c granted a two day extension of leave by the Commanding Officer. 10:55 John E. Peterson returned from ten days' leave.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am to-morrow. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

7:55PM: William A. Howley (105-785) Sea. 2c completed four and one half hours extra duty; Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea. 1c completed four hours extra duty.

Noon: Seattle Wash.

Mid to 9AM: 7:27 ARCATA alongside to pick up working detail. 7:31 PULASKI stood out. 7:31 PULASKI stood out. ARCATA left for Navy Yard, Bremerton. ARCATA left for Navy Yard, Bremerton.

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. returned from five days' leave. Frank M. Shaffer (109-412) Sea. 1c granted a two day extension of leave by the Commanding Officer. Frank M. Shaffer (109-412) Sea. 1c granted a two day extension of leave by the Commanding Officer. 10:55 John E. Peterson returned from ten days' leave. 10:55 John E. Peterson returned from ten days' leave.


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7 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the usual morning routine. Held boat drill for the apprentice seaman. 8:00 liberty party returned on time. Recieved commissary stores as per invoices from Carnation Co., and Swift & Co.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples conditions dry and normal. 9:55 received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy. 11:00 Received commissary stores as per invoice from Armor & Co. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation. 1:05 Received commissary stores as per invoice from A. Hagen & Son. Crew engaged in cleaning about decks and storing supplies.

9AM to 4PM: 9:15 ATALANTA stood out. 10:05 ATALANTA stood in and moored.

4:30PM: Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 AM tomorrow.

4:00PM to Mid: HOWLEY, WILLIAM A. (105-785) Sea 2/c completed two (2) hours extra duty; total 20 hours.

Noon: Seattle Wash


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8 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: 6:30 Crew performed morning routine. Held boat drill. 7:30 Received commissary stores as per invoices from Carnation Milk Co and Ryan Fruit Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Orchard Fruit and Grocery Co. delivered stores for transportation to Earl G. Christman at Dutch Harbor, Alaska. 11:00 Union Oil Co. delivered 4 cases of kerosene for transportation to Superintendant Lighthouse Point Hope, Alaska. Received from Standard Oil Co. 80 gallons of gasoline for delivery to Superintendant Lighthouse c/o G.R. Goshan, Shishmaref, Alaska. Recieved commissary stores as per invoices from the following: Pioneer Fruit Co., Bloxom Co., Western Dairy Co., and Service Fruit Corp. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c returned from 17 days leave on time. 2:00 Sheldon N. Promley (108-158) C.G.M. transferred to the Recruiting Office, Seattle, Wash. for assignment to duty in accordance with Commander Seattle Division Letter 7 May, 1935 (73).

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections "A" and "C" of the crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Wash.


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9 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Received Commissary stores as per invoice from Carnation Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received Commissary stores as per invoices from the following: Puget Sound Butter & Egg Co., Western Dairy Co., and Standard Brands.

7:30AM: Lieutenant L.D. Edwards returned from 5 days leave.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condtions dry and normal. Received stores from Frye and Company, and Blackstock Lumber Company as per invoice. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from: Service Fruit Company and Safeway Stores Inc.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections of crew until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Washington


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10 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.6, Long -122.37


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Recieved commissary stores as per invoice from Carnation Milk Company and Western Dairy Products Inc. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, weekly test of magazine flood cocks, and bi-weekly test of all S.P. indices; conditions normal. 10:20 held quarters and made prparations for getting underway. 1:05 Commenced fueling ship. 2:40 Completed fueling ship. 3:00 made preparations for getting underway.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Mr. Max Miller came aboard for transportation to Alaska. 10:15 Erwin F. Smith (217-301) A.S. reported aboard from CHELAN for duty in accorance with verbal order of the Commander, Seattle Division, 10 May, 1935 (73).

1:25PM: the CYGAN came alongside to remove Radio Electrician.

10:35AM: stood out into Elliot Bay at various speeds and various courses.

11AM: 11:10 swung ship to calibrate the radio compass. 11:55 completed calibration of radio compass and stood in to oil wharf of General Petroleum Corporation.

12:40PM: moored

3:10PM: stood out into Elliot Bay and began swinging ship to obtain deviation tables for the magnetic compasses.

4PM: 4:20 stood out of Elliott Bay 4:35 West Point abeam to starboard, dist 0.7 mi

5:29PM: Apple Cove Point abeam to port, dist 0.9 mi cc 342

4PM to 6PM: SUFCZYNSKI, CHARLES I. (110-064) and PETERSON, EDGAR L. (108-342) advanced to rating of machinist's mate, second class on this date authority: Seattle Division Letter 9 May 1935 (73)

6PM: 6:11 Point No Point bearing 220 T dist .7 mi, cc 315 6:33 Double Bluff Buoy bearing 50 T dist .8 mi, cc 336

7:50PM: Marrowstone Point bearing 235 T dist .7 mi, cc 315

9:40PM: cc 322, Smith Is. bearing 13 T, dist 4.7 mi

8AM: Seattle Wash.


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11 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 49.53, Long -124.47


1:14AM: Turn Point abeam to starboard, dist 0.4 mi; cc 61

2AM: 2:24 cc 0 into Boundary Passage 2:47 cc 310 entering Georgia Strait

6:50AM: Thrasher Rk. abeam to port dist 1.2 mi, cc 300

8AM to Mer: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship.

9:50AM: passed Ballenas Is. light to port, dist .7 mi

11AM: 11:00 cc 315; Jenkins Is. on starboard beam dist 1.75 mi 11:41 passed the Sisters Is. to port, dist .6 mi

Merid to 4PM: Carried out Saturday routine. Omitted quarters.

Merid to 4PM: JACKSON, CARL W. (105-256) advanced in rating to radioman first class; MORFIZIA, RUDOLPH E. (208-176) advanced in rating to seaman first class, effective this date Authority: Seattle Division Dispatch 7011-1135, May 1935.

4PM: 4:09 cc 140, waiting to make Seymour Narrows at slack water. 4:30 cc 322 4:40 cc 336

5PM: 5:30 cc 300, Continue through Seymour Narrows. 5:48 Approaching Plumper Bay

6:00PM: Anchored, North Bluff bearing 245 T dist .5 mi

20.00: Plumper Bay, B.C.

Merid to 4PM: JACKSON, CARL W. (105-256) advanced in rating to radioman first class; MORFIZIA, RUDOLPH E. (208-176) advanced in rating to seaman first class, effective this date Authority: Seattle Division Dispatch 7011-1135, MORFIZIA, RUDOLPH E. (208-176) advanced in rating to seaman first class, effective this date Authority: Seattle Division Dispatch 7011-1135, May 1935. May 1935.


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12 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 50.62, Long -127.13


4AM to 8AM: 4:00 made preparations for getting underway. Crew peformed morning routine.

4:10AM: weighed anchor and proceeded out of Plumper Bay Proceeded up thru Discovery Passage and Johnstone Strait on various courses

8AM to Merid: Crew performed Sunday routine. Omitted quarters. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal.

9:52AM: Cracroft light abeam to starboard dist 0.6 mi

11:34AM: Haddington Buoy abeam to starbaord dist 0.1 mi.

12:07PM: cc 313

1PM: 1:12 cc 310 1:18 Masterman Is light bearing 220 T dist 0.5 mi, cc 292

2PM: 2:00 Noble Is light bearing 36 dist 0.5 mi, cc 358 2:11 cc 20 2:20 Scarlet Pt light bearing 235 T dist 1 mi, cc 315

3:04PM: cc 344. Pine Is light bearing 30 T dist .8 mi

4PM: Stanging across Queen Charlotte Strait 4:47 cc 6, Egg Is. light bearing 65 %, dist 1.2 mi Gyro has 1 deg westerly error.

6PM: 6:23 cc 310 entering Safety Cove. 6:54 Anchored on following bearings: Islet Point 78 T southern tangent 116 T

20.00: Safety Cove Calvert Island, B.C.

4PM: Standing across Queen Charlotte Strait 4:47 cc 6, Egg Is. light bearing 65 %, dist 1.2 mi Gyro has 1 deg westerly error.


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13 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 52.55, Long -128.48


3:45AM: started both engines and made preparations for getting underway.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:00 Underway, course 100 T standing out of Safety Cove. 4:10 Commenced steering standard mid channel courses in Fitzhugh Sound 4:40 Addenbrooke Light abeam to starbaord, dist 0.6 mi

6:55AM: Fog Rock Light abeam to starboard dist 0.5 mi

7:30AM: Pointer Island Light abeam to port dist 0.9 mi entering Lama Passage.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditons dry and normal.

8:45AM: Bella Bella abeam to port.

9AM: 9:08 Dall Rocks abeam to port, cc 287 9:25 Idol Pt. abeam to port cc 284

10AM: 10:08 Robb Pt. light bearing 60 pgc dist .7 mi, cc 315 10:41 Vancouver rock buoy bearing 45 pgc dist 1.7 mi, cc 17

11AM: 11:05 cc 35 11:30 Standing up Findlayson Channel on various courses.

1:00PM: omitted quarters because of inclement weather.

Merid: Standing up Tolmie Channel and Graham Reach on various mid-channel courses

5PM: 5:55 Kingcome Light abeam to port, entering McKay Reach. 5:45 Point Cumming abeam to starboard, entering Wright Sound. Set course to 298 T

6PM: Crossing Wright Sound, approaching Coghlan Anchorage. Continued on various courses 6:35 Harbor Rock abeam to starboard. 6:40 Anchored. Right tangent Hall Point bearing 155 pgc, left tangent Letitia Point bearing 68 pgc

20.00: Coghlan Anchorage, B.C.


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14 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 54.42, Long -130.63


4AM to 8AM: 5:00 Set clocks back 20 minutes. Prepared for getting underway. Crew performed morning routine.

4:40AM: Underway on various courses standing into Wright Sound.

5:10AM: Camp Pt. light abeam to starboard. Standing up Grenville Channel on various courses.

7:22AM: Klewnuggit light abeam to starboard.

8AM to Merid: 9:00 set all ship's clocks back 20 min. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

9:00AM: Standing up Arthur and Malacca Passages on various mid-channel courses.

10:00AM: passed Lawyer Is. light to stbd., dist 0.8 mi., cc 326 heading across Chatham Sound.

11:23AM: Lucy Is. light bearing 210 T, dist 1.0 mi., cc 345

12:48PM: cc 355

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation and infantry drills. 1:20 set clocks back twenty (20) minutes to conform with zone +9 time. Crew cleaning and painting about decks.

1PM: 1:25 Lord Rocks abeam to starboard, dist 1.5 mi. 1:58 Tree Point Light abeam to starboard, dist 1.2 mi, cc 342

3:55PM: Mary Island Light abeam to port, dist 0.8 mi, cc 336

4AM: Right tangent Mary Island bearing 245 pgc, cc 270. Continued on various courses at various slow speeds to Custom House Cove Anchorage. 4:33 Anchored. R tan of Mary Island bearing 232 pgc, custom house bearing 149 pgc

20.00: Custom House Cove Mary Island, Alaska


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15 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 55.67, Long -132.32


6:15AM: made preparations for getting underway.

6AM: 6:30 weighed anchor and stood out of Customhouse Cove on course 0 6:40 cc 45 6:57 cc 310

7AM: 7:18 cc 295, Hog Rks. light on port beam, dist 0.9 mi 7:53 cc 320, Angle Pt. on stbd. beam, dist 0.3 mi

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal.

8AM: 8:25 Commenced steering standard courses in Tongass Narrows. 8:55 Stopped off Ketchikan, Alaska

9:05AM: ahead standard speed

10AM: 10:05 Guard Island abeam set course to 290 in Clarence Strait. 10:30 Caamano Point abeam to starboard, dist 1.0 mi; cc 302

11:02AM: Ship Isle bearing 20 T cc 335

8AM to Merid: 8:55 Cyane boat alongside 9:05 Cyane boat departed

1:00PM: Omitted quarters due to inclement weather.

12:35PM: Narrow Point light bearing 200 pgc cc 324

2PM: 2:21 Lincoln rock bearing 55 pgc cc 343 2:56 Key Reef bearing 370 pgc cc 20

3:25PM: Steamer Point light bearing 130 pgc cc 63

4:00PM: Round Point beacon bearing 310 pgc, cc 27

4PM: 4:02 cc 0 4:44 cc 294; Woronkofski Point bearing 94 T

5PM: 5:21 cc 270; Station Is. on stbd. beam, dist 0.8 mi 5:50 cc 282 in approaching anchorage off Level Islands.

6:26PM: Anchored off Level Island in Summer Strait

20.00: Level Islands Alaska

2PM: 2:21 Lincoln rock bearing 55 pgc cc 343 2:56 Key Reef bearing 270 pgc cc 20


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16 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 56.02, Long -133.97


6AM: 6:30 Underway on course 90 6:55 cc 210 in Summer Strait

7AM: 7:00 cc 226 7:45 cc 279

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

9:17AM: Helen Rock whistle buoy bearing 180 pgc, cc 216

10:20AM: Beauclerc Is light bearing 285 pgc cc 195

11AM: 11:25 St Albans Whistle buoy abeam cc 203 11:49 Fairway Is bearing 281 pgc cc 202

1:00PM: held quarters followed by the following drills: Fire drill, first water in 45 secs, all hoses in 1 min 30 secs; Collision drill, mat in place in 3 min. 20 secs.; man overboard drill, buoy recovered in 4 min.

Noon: 12:23 cc 261, Cape Decision light bearing 78 T 12:42 cc 309, Cape Decision light bearing 55 T

2:05PM: cc 350; Point Crowley bearing 67 T, dist 3.8 mi; entering Chatham Straits.

7:32PM: cc 353 Pt. Gardner light bearing 42 pgc dist 2 mi


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17 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 58.3, Long -137.35


2:52AM: Pt Augusta abeam to port dist 1.3 mi

3.00: cc 295 into Icy Strait

4:06AM: Spasski Island light bearing 270 pgc dist 1.6 mi, cc 300

6:16AM: Pt Adolphus light bearing 142 pgc dist 1.5 mi, cc 283

7:08AM: cc 257, entering North Passage

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks and Franklin buoy releasing gear; conditions satisfactory.

8.30: cc 227; North Inian Pass light on port beam, dist 0.8 mi

9:37AM: cc 291; Cape Spencer light bearing 0 T, dist 2.2 mi

10AM: Gyro compass has 1 deg westerly error.

2:30PM: Commanding Officer inspected vessel.

Merid to 4PM: SCHAIDING, HENRY T. (208-290) advanced to rating of seaman second class this date. PANE, PASQUAM P (208-293) advanced in rating to seaman second class this date. Authority: Seattle division dispatch 7017-0940 May 1935.

6PM to 8PM: Edwin M. Allen (100-454) advanced in rating to cox. authority Seattle Division dispatch 7017-1540 May, 2935.


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18 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 59.7, Long -144.93


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

10AM: 10:23 cc 315 10:50 Cape Elias L tan bearing 51 pgc dist 10 mi, cc 294

10:50AM: Cape Elias is likely Cape Saint Elias.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; recreation for crew.

3:52PM: cc 245, Cape Hinchinbrook bearing 318 T, dist 20 mi.

7:26PM: cc 250

9:00PM: Set clocks back 20 minutes.


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19 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 58.72, Long -152.93


12:59AM: set all ship's clocks back 20 minutes.

4AM to 8AM: 4:59 Set all ship's clocks back 20 minutes to zone plus ten time. Crew performed morning routine.

5:20AM: cc 270

5AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions normal. Carried out Sunday routine.

9:49AM: cc 222

11:48AM: cc 213

Merid to 4PM: Observed Sunday routine.

4:33PM: cc 225, Noisy Island light bearing 131 T, dist 11.5 mi

5:00PM: cc 223


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20 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 56.02, Long -158.07


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4:40AM: cc 236

5:20AM: cc 240

6:45AM: cc 264

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

9:34AM: cc 232

13.00: Held quarters followed by clothing inspection.

2:47PM: cc 246

9:00PM: set all ship's clocks back 20 minutes.

8:10PM: cc 284 Cape Divine bearing 15 T, dist 1.2 mi.

9.44: cc 250 Unga Spit light on port beam, distant 1.6 mi

10:13PM: cc 240

11:17PM: cc 270, Seal Cape light bearing 290, dist 5.2 mi

21.44: cc 250 Unga Spit light on port beam, distant 1.6 mi


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21 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 54.37, Long -164.63


1:00AM: Set all clocks back 20 minutes.

12:35AM: cc 244

1:40AM: Arch Pt. abeam, dist 0.7 mi, cc 180

2AM: 2:06 cc 207 2:35 cc 230 2:43 cc 263

3:57AM: Morgan Pt. abeam, cc 244

4AM to 8AM: 5:00 Set all clocks back 20 minutes to zone plus eleven time. Crew performed morning routine.

4:24AM: Fox Island light abeam to port dist 0.7 mi, cc 230

5:19AM: Umga Island abeam to port dist 1 mi cc 220

6:35AM: Cape Pankof light abeam to starboard dist 2 mi, cc 252

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

11:23AM: cc 265, entering Unamak Pass.

11:23AM: "Unamak Pass" is likely Unimak Pass.

1:00PM: held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills.

3:00PM: cc 255; Akun Head bearing 235 T, dist 5.0 mi

4:38PM: Lava Point bearing 205 T, dist 6 mi, cc 225.

6PM: 6:17 cc 210 6:53 cc 200 Commenced steering standard courses into Unalaska Bay.

7.55: Moored north side of dock, Unalaska, Alaska

8PM to Mid: Delivered 14 sacks of mail and 2 packages to the Postmaster at Unalaska.

8PM: Unalaska Alaska


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22 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Delivered stores to Captain Searles. Omitted quarters due to inclement weather. Inspected magazines and S.P. samples. Conditions dry and normal.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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23 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 40 seconds. Water on all lines one minute and 24 seconds.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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24 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: 8:30 Ensign A.E. Harned left with working party of ten men to police grave yard. 8:45 Delivered 19 packages of supplies to Earl Christman stationed at Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Omitted quarters due to field day work. Tested magazine flood cocks, found sastisfactory.

9AM to 4PM: 10:20 S.S. STAR stood in and moored. 11:30 S.S. STAR unmoored and stood out. CALYPSO unmoored and stood out.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska

9AM to 4PM: 10:20 S.S. STAR stood in and moored. 11:30 S.S. STAR unmoored and stood out. 11:30 S.S. STAR unmoored and stood out. CALYPSO unmoored and stood out. CALYPSO unmoored and stood out.


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25 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of the ship.

12:50PM: the AURORA stood in and moored to the west face of the A.C. Co. wharf.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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26 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew performed Sunday routine.

10:00AM: AURORA moored alongside.

4PM to Mid: 5:08 CALYPSO moored alongide AURORA 5:30 TAHOE moored to west face of wharf

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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27 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8:30AM: ALERT stood out.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Delivered one box spare parts to the Tahoe from the Submarine Signal Corp. 1:00 Held quarters followed by infantry drill.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted free gangway to crew until midnight. Performed regular evening routine. 12:00 all liberty party returned on time.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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28 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Crew painting anchor chain. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine 12:00 Liberty party returned on time.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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29 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. 7:55 Working party of 20 men left ship to police beach.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 10:50 working party returned to the ship. 1:00 held quarters and fire drill, first water in 30 secs., all hoses in 1 min. 30 sec.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the morning routine.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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30 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed the morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:50 Landing force ashore for Memorial Day exercises. 11:40 Landing force returned. Crew performed holiday routine.

11:20AM: CALYPSO stood out.

4:55PM: ALERT stood in and moored.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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31 May 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inpsected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flooding system. 2:30 Held Commanding Officer's inspection of the ship.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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LOGS FOR JUNE 1935


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1 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Made preparations to get underway. 8:40 Started the main engines. 8:55 Singled up lines.

8:55AM: The Aurora unmoored from alongside and stood out into the harbor.

9AM to Noon: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:10 Taking on oil. 11:55 Completed fueling.

9AM to Noon: Jesus Ingalla (105-221) M. Att. 2c advanced in rating to M. Att 1c effective this date, authority Seattle Division Dispatch 7001-1017 1 June 1935. Following men detailed as mess cooks for June: Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. Roy O. Parnell (208-296) A.S. Holly W. Thatcher (17-322) A.S. and Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c.

9AM: 9:00 Underway on various courses 9:40 Moored to dock at Dutch Harbor.

12.52: unmoored and stood into Unalaska Bay on various courses.

1PM: 1:18 set course to 350 1:44 Cape Kalekta abeam to starboard

Noon: Held quarters.

8AM: Unalaska Alaska

Noon: Dutch Harbor Alaska


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2 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 57.63, Long -167.62


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed the regular morning routine.

7:54AM: cc 352

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions normal.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday.


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3 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.62, Long -167.87


2:15AM: cc 3

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

9:11AM: cc 21

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters due inclement weather.

1PM: 1:13 cc 80 having sighted ice at 167-39W; 61-47N. 1:35 Let go port anchor because of poor visibility.


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4 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.98, Long -166.5


4AM to 8AM: 6:20 Started port engine, commenced heaving in. Crew performed morning routine.

6:28AM: Underway course 21

7:45AM: cc 95 looking for lead in ice to Northward.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal.

8AM to Merid: PARNELL, Roy O. (208-296) A.S. advanced to seaman second class this date. Authority Seattle Division Dispatch 7004-1620, June 1935.

8:45AM: Commenced steering various courses looking for lead in ice.

Merid to 4PM: 12:00 made preparations for anchoring. 12:45 held boat drill under oars. 1:00 held quarters followed by boat, signal, and resuscitation drills.

Merid to 4PM: Henry F. Bogenreider (204-235) Sea. 2c placed on sick list for observation for acute appendicitis.

Merid: Steering various courses at various speeds around ice-pack.

12:05PM: anchored


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5 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.97, Long -166.48


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

Merid to 4PM: 12:50 Held quarters followed by abandon ship drill. All boats away in 10 minutes and 25 seconds. 8 men left on board. Held boat drill. 1:35 All boats hoisted. 3:00 crew received semimonthly pay.

2:10PM: Anchor aweigh, underway on course 199

4PM to 6PM: cc 249

7:55PM: Various courses and speeds approaching anchorage.

8:02PM: Anchored


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6 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.83, Long -167.57


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and SP samples. Conditions normal.

10AM: 10:04 Underway on course 18 10:40 sighted ice ahead. 10:55 various courses rounding ice-pack.

11:46AM: set course to 18

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill, first water in 20 secs., all hoses in 1 min. 8 secs.; and collision drill mat in place in 2 min. 45 secs. 3:15 encoutered a dense fog; observed the usual precautions.

4PM to 6PM: The following named men were advanced in rating this date from seaman, second class to seaman first class: Henry F. Bogeneider (204-235), James D. Rasmussen (208-253), William E. Thomas (110-257) and Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255). Authority Commander Seattle Division Dispatch (7006-1525) June 1935.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

4PM to 6PM: The following named men were advanced in rating this date from seaman, second class to seaman first class: Henry F. Bogeneider (204-235), James D. Rasmussen (208-253), William E. Thomas (110-257) and Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255). Henry F. Bogeneider (204-235), James D. Rasmussen (208-253), William E. Thomas (110-257) and Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255). Authority Commander Seattle Division Dispatch (7006-1525) June 1935. Authority Commander Seattle Division Dispatch (7006-1525) June 1935.


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7 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


12:06AM: cc 23

1AM: 1:15 cc 8 to avoid ice. 1:40 cc 2 1:50 cc 340

2:05AM: Continued on various courses making good 35 T working through ice.

4AM to 8AM: Crew engaged in placing mail for Nome on Deck. 7:55 Lighter from N.H.L. co. alongonside to take mail.

5:08AM: Through ice, set course 40

6AM: 6:20 Various courses and speeds approaching anchorage off Nome Alaska. 6:30 Anchored in Nome Roadstead. East Jetty bearing 349 T Fort Davis 89 T

8AM to Merid: 9:05 Finished unloading mail, having delivered to postmaster at Nome 575 sacks, 2 pouches, and 162 packages of mail. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, weekly test of magazine flood cocks and Franklin buoy releasing gear, and semi-monthly test of all indices of S.P.; conditions satisfactory. Received 1 pouch of mail for the ship from the postmaster at Nome.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 granted liberty until 8:00 this date. 2:30 Commanding Officer held ship's inspection.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8PM to Mid: 8:30 Shelby Allen (100-081) C.Ph.M. and Carl H. Schingel (109-240) Y. 2c failed to return from liberty. 11:30 Shelby Allen 9100-081) C.Ph.M. and Carl. H. Schingel (109-240) Y. 2c returned to the ship having been A.O.L. for three hours.

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska


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8 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions normal.

11:55AM: Commanding Officer held report mast for ALLEN, SHELBY (100-081) CPhM and SCHENGEL, CARL H. (109-240) Y 2/c abent over leave. Excused.

Merid to 4PM: 2:00 held boat drill under sail. Granted liberty to the crew until 6:00 pm.

4:45PM: Received 60 sacks, 3 pouches, and 11 outside packages of mail for delivery to Norton Sound villages.

6:00PM: Liberty party returned on time.

7:00PM: Mrs. Maggie Kouchea, native, aboard for transportation to Golofnin.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew. 8:30 Made preparations for getting underway.

8:53PM: Anchor aweigh, set course to 179

9PM: 9:15 cc 134 9:55 cc 93

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska


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9 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.63, Long -161.83


2AM: 2:05 working through slush ice. 2:30 cc 83

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

5:25AM: cc 58

6AM: 6:18 Various courses entering Golofnin Bay. 6:43 Found ice in upper Bay would prevent small boats landing, cc 178

7:21 AM: Cape Darby abeam to port distant 2.5 mi, cc 143

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday.

2:00PM: Motor launch left for St. Michael with medical party. Delivered 13 sacks, 1 parcel and 2 packages to postmaster.

12:07PM: cc 168

1PM: 1:10 cc 243 1:35 Anchored off St Michael

5:20PM: Motor boat returned from St. Michael, was hoisted and secured.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8PM: St. Michael Bay Alaska


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10 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.86, Long -160.86


2:45AM: Prepared for getting underway.

2:58AM: On course 50

2:58AM: Log has no entry indicating getting underway; just the "On course" entry after being anchored.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed regular morning routine.

7AM: 7:30 various courses approaching anchorage. 7:50 Anchored off Unalakleet, Alaska, church bearing 71 T, W tan Besboro Island 324 T

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and S.P. samples conditions normal. 8:20 Motor launch departed for Unalakleet with doctors. Delivered seven (7) sacks and one (1) pouch of mail to postmaster.

Merid to 4PM: 12:25 medical and dental officers and assistants returned to the ship from Unalakleet; hoisted motor launch and dory. 1:00 held quarters followed by clothing inspection. Received one sack of mail from the postmaster at Unalakleet for the postmaster at Nome.

7:00PM: Natives from village aboard.

8PM to Mid: 8:10 started starboard engine. 8:20 natives left ship Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8PM to Mid: The following natives received medical or dental treatment: Noseseeli Cusafrank, Aggu Ayagiak, Marian Kauteheck, Jennu Ayagiak, Marie Eakan, Wassile Agibinik, Andrew Ayagiak and Abacagback Seagoak

Noon: Unalakleet Alaska


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11 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.44, Long -162.94


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:09 Cape Darby bearing 80 T dist 2.25 mi, cc 358 4:54 standing various courses to anchorage.

5:21AM: Anchored. L tan Carolyn Island 71 T, Rocky Spit 315 T, Cape Darby 150 T.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 8:45 the motor launch and motor surf boat left for Cheenik with medical and dental officers and assistants; one native (Maggie Konchla), who had received transportation from Nome; one 1 pouch, 40 sacks, and 10 packages of mail from the Postmaster at Nome. 11:00 motor surf boat returned to the ship.

Noon to 4PM: 12:20 Motor boat returned. Received one (1) pouch and one (1) package for Nome. 12:30 motor surf boat returned. Held gun drill. 1:00 Held quarters followed by general quarters and machine gun drill.

7:55PM: Prepared for getting underway

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8PM: 8:00 heaving around 8:06 weighed anchor and stood out of Golofnin Bay on course 133 8:30 cc 179 8:53 cc 268, Rocky Point bearing 286 T, dist 7.0 mi

10:03PM: cc 272 Gyro compass has 2 deg easterly error.

Noon: Golofnin Bay Alaska


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12 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

5:50AM: cc 358

6AM: 6:28 Various courses standing in to anchorage. 6:40 Anchored in Nome Roadstead. East Jetty bearing 8 T, Fort Davis 88 T.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill; first water in 30 secs., all hoses in 1 min. 23 secs. Granted liberty to the crew until 6:00 pm.

Merid to 4PM: Charles J. Sufczynski (110-046) M.M. 2c issued honorable discharge #A37744 due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof; Auth. Hdqtrs. 3rd indorsement, Form 2525-B, 15 May 1935, and hdqtrs. dispatch 7010-1550 June, 1935.

6:20PM: Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 9:00 Hoisted motor launch.

Noon: NOME RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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13 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8AM to Merid: Charles I. Sufczynski (110-046) M.M. 2c reenlisted for a period of three years in the special temporary establishment; auth. Hdqtrs. 3rd indorsement on form 2525 B, 15 May , 1935 and Hdqtrs. dispatch 7010-1550 June, 1935.

8:20AM: S.S. Dellwood stood out of Nome roadstead to the southeastward.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. 1:30 granted liberty until 6:00 pm today.

6:20PM: Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: 9:00 made preparations for getting underway Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

9PM: 9:10 weighed anchor and proceeded out of Nome roadstead on course 178 9:35 cc 133

10:11PM: cc 92, Cape Nome bearing 62 T, dist 8.0 mi. Gyro has 2 deg easterly error.

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska


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14 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.61, Long -162.24


5:58AM: Cape Darby abeam to port dist 1 mi

6:30AM: cc 36

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested flood valves. 9:40 Doctors departed for village in motor launch.

8:55AM: cc 336

9:22AM: Anchored off ELIM.

Merid to 4PM: 12:05 the medical and dental officers and assistants returned to the ship with natives to receive medical and dental treatment aboard ship. 2:30 the Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of the vessel.

Merid to 4PM: The following natives received dental treatment: John Oscar, Emily Moore, Elina Pleasent, Margaret Charles, Josephine Laccheaus, Easter Pleasent, Mary Charles, and Mrs. Wilson.

4PM to 6PM: The following named natives received medical treatment and confined in the sick bay: NORMA CHARLES, MAble MUNOY, LEONA CHARles, and Sheldon OSCAR.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Elim, ALASKA

20.00: Elim, ALASKA


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15 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.45, Long -161.95


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: 8:40 made preparations for getting underway 9:45 slowed to one-third speed and began compensation of magnetic compasses. 11:02 finished compass compensation Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8:15AM: Norma Charles, Mable Mundy, Leona Charles, and Leona Oscar sent ashore in motor launch, having been confined in sick bay over night.

8:50AM: weighed anchor and stood out of Norton Bay on course 132

2:45PM: Medical officers departed for village in motor boat.

1:12PM: cc 95

2PM: 2:20 Various speeds approaching anchorage. 2:28 cc 41 2:35 Anchored off SHAMTOLIK.

4PM to 6PM: 5:45 the Medical and Dental officers returned to the ship with natives requiring treatment. Held boat drill under sail.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8PM to Mid: The following natives received dental treatment aboard ship: Mary Tarasook, Florence Assickick, Sophie Sookokeaque, Walker Assickick, Sam Eyilgam, Anna Somrilik, Gustave Assickick. The following natives received medical treatment aboard ship: Wilman Assickick, Ellie Sookayak, Jessie Sookayak, Jessie Sookpealik, Arthur Lamrie, Berandor.

8AM: ELiM AlASKA

20.00: SHAKToLiK ALASKA

2PM: 2:20 Various speeds approaching anchorage. 2:28 cc 41 2:35 Anchored off SHAKTOLIK.

8PM to Mid: The following natives received dental treatment aboard ship: Mary Tarasook, Florence Assickick, Sophie Sookokeaque, Walker Assickick, Sam Eyilgam, Anna Somrilik, Gustave Assickick. Mary Tarasook, Florence Assickick, Sophie Sookokeaque, Walker Assickick, Sam Eyilgam, Anna Somrilik, Gustave Assickick. The following natives received medical treatment aboard ship: The following natives received medical treatment aboard ship: Wilman Assickick, Ellie Sookayak, Jessie Sookayak, Jessie Sookpealik, Arthur Lamrie, Berandor. Wilman Assickick, Ellie Sookayak, Jessie Sookayak, Jessie Sookpealik, Arthur Lamrie, Berandor.


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16 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.04, Long -160.94


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 8:45 made preparations for getting underway.

8:00AM: The following natives left ship having remained on board over night: Wilma Auskisisk, Ellin Sookayak, Jessie Sookayak, and Jusie Sackrealick.

8:55AM: Anchor aweigh, set course to 168

11AM: 11:12 cc 73 11:20 approaching anchorage 11:40 Anchored off Iguik on the following bearings: Red roof 83 T, L tan 4 T; L tan Besboro I 298 T

Merid to 4PM: 12:55 medical and dental officers and assistants left for village of iguik. Held boat drill under sail. Omitted quarters; Sunday.

4:50PM: Medical and dental officers and asistants returned to the ship.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

10:00PM: Anchor aweigh, set course to 268

11:15PM: cc 289

8AM: SHAKToliK, ALASKA

Noon: IGuiK, ALASKA

20.00: IGuiK ALASKA

Noon: Iguik, ALASKA


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17 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.42, Long -163.08


4AM to 8AM: Crew engaged in making preparations for boating water. Lowered numbers 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 boats in preparation for boating water.

5:15AM: Cape Darby abeam to starboard dist 1.5 mi, cc 310

6AM: 6:20 standing in to anchorage on various courses 6:40 Anchored in Golofnin Bay, Cape Darby bearing 125 T, L tan Carolyn Island 69 T, and L tan Rocky Point 209 T

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Crew engaged in watering ship. Received 15 boat load of water during this watch.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Received 18 boat loads of water during watch.

4PM to 6PM: Crew engaged in watering ship. Received 10 boat loads of water during this watch.

7:40PM: Completed taking on water. Took on a total of 51 boat loads or 26,127 gallons of water. Hoisted all boats.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: GoloFNiN BAy ALASKA


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18 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.44, Long -162.93


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal. Crew painting about deck.

8:35AM: Anchor away. Set course to 133

9AM: 9:10 cc 88 9:32 cc 358 9:53 cc 313

10:15AM: Anchored in Golofnin Bay on the following bearings: L tan Carolyn I. 73 T; Cape Darby 151 T

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 held quarters followed by signal drill and first aid instruction. Issued small stores to the crew.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night ratins to the crew.

Noon: GolofNiN BAy, AlasKA


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19 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.44, Long -162.93


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed regular morning routine

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:00 medical officer, dental officer, radio officer, and assistants left for village to render medical and dental treatment to natives and to test out portable radio equipment.

Merid to 4PM: 12:40 Motor launch returned with natives for medical treatment. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill, time for water on all hose. 1 minute and 30 seconds; collision drill, time for mat in place - 5 minutes and 15 seconds. 1:30 hoisted motor launch

4PM to 6PM: The following natives, having received medical treatment are confined in the sick bay: Mrs. Ollie Olsen, Martin Olsen and Alfred Blantchford.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Golofnin BAy ALASKA


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20 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.38, Long -163.25


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 8:10 Motor launch departed for village with natives that stayed aboard overnight. 10:00 Motor launch returned and hoisted. Crew engaged in holy stoning and scrubbing canvas.

10AM: 10:25 Anchor aweigh; set course to 133 10:42 cc 168 10:55 cc 260

11:33AM: cc 268

1:00PM: held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills.

Merid: Gyro compass has 2 deg easterly error.

5:45PM: Received 1 sack of mail from Nome Post Office.

4:52PM: cc 313

5PM: 5:04 cc 358 5:35 Anchored in Nome Roadstead. East Jetty bearing 8 T, Fort Davis 90 T.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8AM: GoloFNiN BAy ALASKA

20.00: NomE RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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21 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines an S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions satisfactory. Crew engaged in field-day routine.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Crew received semi-monthly pay 2:40 Commanding Officer held ship's inspection.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

10:50PM: the S.S. NORTH WIND stood in and anchored.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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22 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

7:30AM: The S.S. North Wind stood out to the Westward.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Held general muster.

1:00PM: granted liberty until 6:00 pm.

6PM to 8PM: Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska


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23 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 granted liberty to crew until 6:00 tonight.

4PM to 6PM: Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome Roadstead ALASKA


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24 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Received one (1) sack of mail for postmaster, Savoonga. Received stores from A. Polet for delivery to Savoonga.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 held quarters followed by signal drill and first-aid instruction. 1:30 delivered to Nome Station 30 cans of moving pictures to be transferred to the TAHOE upon her arrival. 3:50 made preparations for getting underway.

4PM: Preparing to get underway.

4:05PM: Underway on ourse 253

7:15PM: cc 254

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8AM: Nome Roadstead ALASKA

Noon: Nome Roadstead ALASKA


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25 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.77, Long -171.77


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

6:30AM: cc 266

7:40AM: cc 268

8AM to Merid: 9:55 motor surf-boat left for the village with medical and dental officers and assistants, and stores for Miss Ann Bannon and Mr. N.L. Smith. 11:50 sent skin boat into the village for repairs. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

9AM: 9:12 cc 223 9:21 cc 178 9:25 approaching Southwest anchorage at Gambell, St. Lawrence Island. 9:40 anchored on the following bearings: School House 40 T, Gambell Point 22 T Gyro has 2 deg easterly error.

Merid to 4PM: 2:45 Received 14 sacks of furs, one sack of empty mail sacks, and one sack of mail for delivery to Postmaster, Nome. Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

4:10PM: Medical and Dental Offiers and asistants returned to the ship.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 rations to the crew.

8PM to Mid: Martin Smith native aboard for transportation to his home in Savoonga.

Noon: GAMBELL, ALASKA

20.00: GAMBELL, ALASKA


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26 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.7, Long -170.48


3:30AM: schooner HOLMES passed close aboard and stood to the northward.

4AM to 8AM: 6:00 Making perparations for getting underway. 6:15 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

4:10AM: Schooner HOLMES anchored North of GAMBELL.

6AM: 6:15 Underway on course 313 6:25 cc 43 6:37 cc 88 6:49 Cape Chibukak abeam to starboard dist one mi, cc 97

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples; conditions dry and normal. 9:40 took in log 10:15 Motor launch departed with one (1) sack of mail; stores for Brantman, Savoonga 11:30 Received 16 sacks of furs for delivery to postmaster, Nome. Martin Smith, left the vessel.

9AM: 9:40 cc 121 9:45 approaching anchorage. 9:55 Anchored off Savoonga on the following bearings: radio tower 127 T, tripod 177 T

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Medical officer and assistant ashore. 2:00 Received 2 pouches of mail for Nome.

4PM to 6PM: 4:40 Medical officer and assistant returned to ship. 5:30 making preparations to get underway. 5:40 Streamed log

5:20PM: ANNOGIYAK LOGAN, native, came on board for medical treatment and transportation to Nome.

5:40PM: Underway on course 277

7:50PM: heading for schooner HOLMES.

7:50PM: cc 260

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew 8:05 Took in log 9:26 Streamed log

8:20PM: C.E. FREEMAN taken in sick bay for treatment and trasnportation to Nome.

8:20PM: Contacted C.S. HOLMES.

8:20PM: Stopped

9:25PM: Underway on course 75

Noon: SAVOONGA ALASKA


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27 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.33, Long -165.53


00.00: enroute St. Lawrence Island to Nome.

4AM: Gyro has two degrees easterly error.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

11.55: on various courses

12:55PM: Held quarters, followed by fire drill. Time for water on all hose - 1 minute and 30 seconds.

12:03PM: Anchored off Nome. Dense fog.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 10:20 Prepared for getting underway.

10:32PM: Underway on course 15

11PM: 11:03 cc 25 11:18 cc 32 11:50 on various courses to Nome anchorage.


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28 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


00.00: Approaching anchorage in Nome Roadstead on various courses. 00:10 anchored on the following bearings: East jetty 0 T, Fort Davis 93 T.

4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. 7:00 Fog closed in, secured from boat drill. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines, smokeless powder samples, and flood cocks; conditions normal. 8:15 Station boat alongside with 25 cans of movie film from TAHOE. 955 Sent 30 sacks of fur, 1 sack of mail, 2 pouches of mail and 1 sack of empty mail bags to Nome Postmaster.

10:00AM: C.E. FREEMAN and ANNOGIXUK LOGAN left the vessel.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Granted liberty. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ships inspection.

4PM to 6PM: Liberty party returned on time, except William L. Cooper (102-295) BM 1c.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8:30PM: COOPER, WILLIAM L (102-2950 B.M 1/c returned two (2) hours and thirty (30) minutes absent over leave.

Noon: Nome Roadstead ALASKA


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29 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Carpenter and assistants ashore on duty.

11:40AM: Meteor stood in and anchored.

Merid to 4PM: 3:05 Carpenter and working party returned. 3:30 Received on sack of mail.

4:55PM: Making preparations to get underway. 5:10 Streamed log

4:05PM: Carpenter Joseph H. Clagnof left the ship to remain at Nome and repair Coast Guard Station boats.

5:10PM: Underway on course 258

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8:00PM: cc 303

Noon: NoMe RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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30 June 1935

At/From ???

Lat 65.5, Long -167.98


1:05AM: cc 350

3:45AM: cc 333

4AM to 8AM: 6:20 In log 6:55 Lowered Motor surf boat and sent it in to Wales. 7:30 Motor surf boat returned to the ship. Crew performd morning routine.

6AM: 6:20 Standing various courses to anchorage. 6:40 Anchored off Wales Alaska. School House bearing 48 T; tan Cape Prince of Wales 137 T.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and S.P. samples, conditions dry and normal. 11:10 Natives left the ship. Crew performed Sunday routine.

8:15AM: Skin boat alongside with natives. The following natives received medical attention: Blanch Weyans, Rosie Kumagnak, Mrs. Oxereck, Ralph Sigayuk, Mrs Anglawaskrock, Ralph Twerk, and Paul Kaingniyia. The following received dental treatment: Ralph Sigayuk, Samuel Kakik, Rowland Kukituk, Tom Myaluk and William Albee.

11AM: 11:15 Underway on course 178 11:20 cc 168 11:26 cc 134

1:35PM: cc 92

2:35PM: cc 95

3:35PM: Pt Spencer abeam to starboard dist 1.5 mi. Continued on various courses to anchorage.

4:02PM: In log

4PM: 4:32 Standing into anchorage 4:45 Anchored off Teller, Alaska. Grantley Harbor Light bearing 70.5 T, tan Cape Riley 200 T.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8AM: WALES ALASKA

20.00: TELLER ALASKA

8:15AM: Skin boat alongside with natives. The following natives received medical attention: The following natives received medical attention: Blanch Weyans, Rosie Kumagnak, Mrs. Oxereck, Ralph Sigayuk, Mrs Anglawaskrock, Ralph Twerk, and Paul Kaingniyia. Blanch Weyans, Rosie Kumagnak, Mrs. Oxereck, Ralph Sigayuk, Mrs Anglawaskrock, Ralph Twerk, and Paul Kaingniyia. The following received dental treatment: The following received dental treatment: Ralph Sigayuk, Samuel Kakik, Rowland Kukituk, Tom Myaluk and William Albee. Ralph Sigayuk, Samuel Kakik, Rowland Kukituk, Tom Myaluk and William Albee.


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LOGS FOR JULY 1935


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1 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.44


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 8:15 Medical and dental officers ashore.

8AM to Merid: Marciano Jaramiller (104-193) Off. Std 3c advanced in rating to Off. Std. 2c. Authority Seattle Division dispatch 7028-1135 June 1935. Following named men detailed as mess cooks for month of July: Brady Hoaletter (203-189) Sea 1c., Howard Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1c., George Fernia (208-295) Sea 2c., and Fred Wilson (217-324) A.S. 11:30 Commanding Officer held report mast in the case of William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c absent over leave 2.5 hours on June 28. Excused.

Merid to 4AM: 12:45 Medical party returned. 1:15 held quarters followed by general quarters and gun and pistol drills. 1:35 Medical party left for Teller Mission. 3:50 Medical party returned; Moter launch hoisted.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: TelleR ALASKA

8AM to Merid: Marciano Jaramiller (104-193) Off. Std 3c advanced in rating to Off. Std. 2c. Authority Seattle Division dispatch 7028-1135 June 1935. Following named men detailed as mess cooks for month of July: Following named men detailed as mess cooks for month of July: Brady Hoaletter (203-189) Sea 1c., Howard Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1c., George Fernia (208-295) Sea 2c., and Fred Wilson (217-324) A.S. Brady Hoaletter (203-189) Sea 1c., Howard Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1c., George Fernia (208-295) Sea 2c., and Fred Wilson (217-324) A.S. 11:30 Commanding Officer held report mast in the case of William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c absent over leave 2.5 hours on June 28. Excused. 11:30 Commanding Officer held report mast in the case of William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c absent over leave 2.5 hours on June 28. Excused.


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2 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 65.77, Long -168.98


4AM to 8AM: 4:30 Making preparations to get underway. 4:streamed log Crew performed regular morning routine.

4:45AM: Underway on course 280

5:51AM: Point Spencer abeam to port dist 1.5 mi, cc 270.

7:27AM: cc 298

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; condtions dry and normal. 11:10 Took in log 11:25 Noted heavy swells in south anchorage of Little Diomede Island

8:57AM: cc 302

10:43AM: cc 298

11:25AM: commenced steering various course around the island to the north anchorage.

Merid to 4PM: 12:45 Received from Little Diomede village the skin boat left last year for repairing. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. 2:20 Medical and dental officers ashore.

Noon: 12:03 cc 270 12:05 cc 191 12:15 anchored, R tan of island bearing 193 T L tan bearing 80 T

4PM to 6PM: 5:20 Medical and Dental Officers returned to ship. 5:30 Making preparations to get underway. 5:45 Streamed log

5:20AM: TOM ANAYAK and family (wife and three children) natives came on board for transportation to Nome.

5:45PM: Underway on various courses rounding Little Diomede Island.

6PM: Rounding Little Diomede Island to northward on various coureses 6:05 cc 150, Little Diomede Is. on stbd, beam, dist 1.1 mi

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.


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3 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


Mid to 4AM: enroute Little Dimede to Nome.

3:00AM: cc 120

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

7AM: 7:31 Sledge Island abeam to port dist 2.9 mi 7:40 cc 90

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder sampoles condtioins dry and normal. 10:35 In log.

8AM to Merid: Tom Anayak, wife, and three children left ship. Carpenter Joseph H. Chagnot returned aboard having repaired Nome Station boat. Mr. Max Miller left ship with personal belongings.

10AM: 10:25 cc 25 10:35 Continued on various courses approaching Nome anchorage. 10:55 Anchored. East jetty bearing 359 T and Fort Davis bearing 91 T.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire and collisions drills. Time for water on all hose - 55 seconds. Time for mat in place - 6 minutes and 30 seconds. Granted liberty until 6:00 tonight.

4PM to 6PM: Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: NOME RoAdsteAd ALASKA

8AM: The transcribed longitude is as logged, but is definitely wrong.

8AM to Merid: Tom Anayak, wife, and three children left ship. Carpenter Joseph H. Chagnot returned aboard having repaired Nome Station boat. Carpenter Joseph H. Chagnot returned aboard having repaired Nome Station boat. Mr. Max Miller left ship with personal belongings. Mr. Max Miller left ship with personal belongings.


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4 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 8:00 Full dressed ship. Crew performed holiday routine. 8:30 granted liberty to one section until 8:00 tonight.

Merid to 4PM: Fired 21 gun salute.

8:00PM to Mid: Liberty party returnd on time. 48 nite rations

8:15PM: RUFF, EARL L. (109-074) E.M. 1/c confined to sick bay with injured foot.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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5 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cocks, found satisfactory.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Crew received semi-monthly pay. Granted liberty until 6:00 tonight. 2:30 Commanding Officer held ship's inspection.

6:00PM: Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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6 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed regular morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Granted liberty until 6:00 tonight. Crew performd Saturday routine.

Merid to 4PM: Received one sack mail for Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island.

6PM to 8PM: 6:20 liberty party returned 6:30 hoisted boats and made preparations for getting underway on both engines. 6:45 streamed log

6:20PM: the following persons embarked for passage to St. Lawrence Island: Otto W. Geist, Mary Mironi, Roland Inadgress, Ivan Skarland, Perey Lucha, Olavi Kuskola, and C.A. Bryant.

6:40PM: weighed anchor and proceeded out of Nome Roadstead on course 252

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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7 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.48


Mid to 4AM: enroute Nome to St. Lawrence Island.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

7:20AM: cc 236

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condtion dry and normal. 9:25 Medical officer ashore. 11:50 Medical officer returned aboard.

9:25AM: The following left vessel with personal belongings after having received transportation from Nome: Otto Geist, Mary Mikani, Roland Snodgrass, Ivan Skarland, Percy Lucha, Olavi Kukbola, and C.A. Bryant.

8:26AM: cc 173, heading for Savoonga. Continued on various courses.

9:25AM: Anchored, highest radio mast bearing 125 T, west signal bearing 173 T

Merid to 4PM: Making preparations to get underway. 12:35 streamed log Crew observed Sunday routine.

Noon: 12:35 Anchor awaeigh, set course to 0 12:49 cc 82 pgc

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: SAVOONGA, ALASKA


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8 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.42, Long -163.09


00.00: enroute St. Lawrence Island to Rocky Point.

4AM to 8AM: Crew engaged in preparing boats and gear for watering ship.

4:00AM: cc 71

6:30AM: cc 44

7:55AM: Standing various courses to anchorage off creek East of Rocky Point.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 9:05 received first boat load of water. Received 16 boat loads of water during the watch.

8:20AM: Anchored in Golofnin Bay on the following bearings: Cross 272 T; left beacon 327 T.

8:20AM: Not sure about the referenced location at 272 T, but my best guess is "Cross".

Merid to 4PM: Continued boating water. 1:00 Omitted quarters. Received 20 boat loads of water during watch.

4PM to 6PM: Continued boating water. 5:10 Finished watering ship. Received three boat loads this watch, making a total of thirty nine boat loads, amounting to 19,732 gallons. Crew engaged in hoisting boats and securing gear.

6PM to 8PM: Crew engaged in hoisting and securing boats and in stowing gear used in watering ship.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: GoLoFNiN BAY, ALASKA

8PM: GoLoFNiN BAY, ALASKA


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9 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.93, Long -161.17


4AM to 8AM: 4:05 Making preparations to get underway. 4:25 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

4:20AM: Underway on course 135

6:40AM: Cape Darby abeam to port dist 15 mi, cc 117

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

9:25AM: cc 112

Merid to 4PM: 12:45 Took in log 12:50 Held man overboard drill. Time to pick up buoy - 5 minutes and 10 seconds. 2:15 Medical party departed for village in skin boat.

1PM: 1:00 Commensed steering various courses approaching anchorage. 1:20 Anchored off Unalakleet on the following bearings: Church 99 T; Iguik 353 T

5:50PM: Medical and Dental Officers and assistants returned to the ship.

7:40PM: the following natives came aboard for medical attention: Katherine Gostachaek, Marian Gonongwon, Ray Snagook, Aggie Ayogiak, and Lora Phillips.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

20.00: UNAlAKleet ALASKA

6:40AM: Cape Darby abeam to port dist 1.5 mi, cc 117


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10 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.87, Long -160.87


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples. Conditions dry and normal. Crew holy stoning boat deck. 13 rations for natives.

8AM to Merid: 8:10 Eight natives, Arnold Bummack, M. Nentsick, Mrs. Nashalook, Mr Nashalook, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs Ally, Martha Egukak, Eula Kootak, came aboard for medical treatment. 8:45 The following natives left the ship having been confined in the sick bay overnight: Marian Gonongnan, Ray Seanook, Aggie Ayagoick, Lora Phillips, and kateherine Gottshalk.

1:00PM: Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 25 seconds, water on all hoses 50 seconds.

5:45PM: The following natives left the ship having received medical or dental treatment: Arnold B~~a~a~nuk, M. Neutsuk, Mrs. Nashalook, Mr. Nashalook, Mrs. Ayan, Mrs. Ally, Martha Egunuk and Eula Kostak.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew. 10:25 All natives left the ship. Received one (1) pouch of mail for delivery to Nome Postmaster.

10:05PM: Mr. Virgil Dickson, Mrs. LeRoy Swansen, school teacher, and her child Jerry came aboard for passage to Nome, no other transportation being available. The following natives received medical or dental treatment: Mrs Ryan, Mrs Nonack, Mrs Binjamine, Alec Tom, Steven Eefruglok, Gurie Panifachack, Edith Phillips, Bessie Walker, Marian Binjamine, Aneta Kautchick, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ayagayak, Mrs. Webster, and Isaiac Ebben.

Noon: UNALAKLeet, ALASKA

10:05PM: Mr. Virgil Dickson, Mrs. LeRoy Swansen, school teacher, and her child Jerry came aboard for passage to Nome, no other transportation being available. The following natives received medical or dental treatment: The following natives received medical or dental treatment: Mrs Ryan, Mrs Nonack, Mrs Binjamine, Alec Tom, Steven Eefruglok, Gurie Panifachack, Edith Phillips, Bessie Walker, Marian Binjamine, Aneta Kautchick, Mrs Ryan, Mrs Nonack, Mrs Binjamine, Alec Tom, Steven Eefruglok, Gurie Panifachack, Edith Phillips, Bessie Walker, Marian Binjamine, Aneta Kautchick, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ayagayak, Mrs. Webster, and Isaiac Ebben. Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ayagayak, Mrs. Webster, and Isaiac Ebben.


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11 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.53, Long -161.77


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine. 7:45 Making preparations to get underway.

8:00AM: Underway on course 230

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Crew holy stoning quarter deck.

10:42AM: cc 226

Merid to 4PM: 12:05 Took in log 1:00 Held quarters followed by abandon ship and boat drills. Time for all boats away - 12 minutes. Eight (8) men left on board. 2:05 Medical party departed for St. Michael.

Noon: 12:35 Various courses approaching anchorage. 12:50 Anchored off St. Michael on the following bearings: Radio tower 268 T and R tan of Beulah Is. 300 T.

5:00PM: Medical party returned bringing the following named natives for medical treatment on board ship: James Andrews, Ester Benjiman, Catherine Boucher, Mrs. Harry Boucher, Martha Boucher, and Ida Petka.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8AM: UNALAKLeet ALASKA

20.00: St. MichAeL ALASKA


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12 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.94


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Inspected flood valves.

2:30PM: Commanding officer held weekly inspection.

1:00PM: Following natives left ship after having been confined to sick bay overnight: James Andrews, Ester Benjamin, Catherine Boucher, Mrs Harry Boucher, Martha Boucher, Ida Petka.

6PM to 8PM: Crew observed evening routine.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: St. Michael, Alaska


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13 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.94


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 10:00 Held general muster and inspection.

8AM to Merid: Enlistment of Morgan Bell (100-826) F 2c and Einar L. Johnson (121-128) Sea 1c extended until arrival of vessel in port, in accordance with art. 4635(1) personnel instructions

2:00PM: Granted liberty until 4:30 today.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: St. Michael, Alaska


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14 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.94


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 8:30 Granted liberty to the crew until 1:00 this afternoon. Crew performed Sunday routine.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Liberty party returned on time. 2:15 Streamed log.

Merid to 4PM: Following destitute men and peronal belongings aboard for transportation to Nome: E.U. Vassen, G. Hyman, and Jr. Hauser. No other means of transportation available.

2PM: 2:10 Underway on course 30 2:40 R tan Stuart Island bearing 292 T dist 14 mi cc 310

3:50PM: cc 297

5:00PM: cc 297

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: St. Michael, ALASKA


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15 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:40 cc 0 4:45 Standing various courses approaching anchorage.

5:00PM: Anchored in Nome Roadstead. East Jetty bearing 0 T, Fort Davis 90 T.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Delivered 3 sacks and 1 parcel of mail to Nome post office.

8AM to Merid: The following passengers left ship: Mr Virgil Dickson, Mrs. LeRoy Swenson, Jerry Swenson, E.Y. Vassen, G. Hyman, and Jr. Hauser. Following were issued honorable dicharges due to expiration of regular enlistment and extension thereof: Morgan Bill (100-826) F 2c discharge #A37745 and Einer L. Johnson (121-128) Sea 1c discharge #A37746.

1:00PM: Held quarters followed by clothing inspection.

8PM to Mid: Prepared for getting underway. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8PM: 8:10 Underway on course 178 pgc 8:30 Anchored. East Jetty bearing 0 pgc and Fort Davis bearing 68 pgc.

Noon: NoMe RoAdsteAd ALASKA

8AM to Merid: The following passengers left ship: Mr Virgil Dickson, Mrs. LeRoy Swenson, Jerry Swenson, E.Y. Vassen, G. Hyman, and Jr. Hauser. Mr Virgil Dickson, Mrs. LeRoy Swenson, Jerry Swenson, E.Y. Vassen, G. Hyman, and Jr. Hauser. Following were issued honorable dicharges due to expiration of regular enlistment and extension thereof: Following were issued honorable dicharges due to expiration of regular enlistment and extension thereof: Morgan Bill (100-826) F 2c discharge #A37745 and Einer L. Johnson (121-128) Sea 1c discharge #A37746. Morgan Bill (100-826) F 2c discharge #A37745 and Einer L. Johnson (121-128) Sea 1c discharge #A37746.


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16 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.46, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in cleaning above and below decks.

8AM to Merid: BELL MORGAN (100-826) F 2/c and JOHNSON, EINAR L. (121-128) Sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment. Authority: Article 4222 Personnel instruction.

1:00PM: Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drill.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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17 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Making preparations to get underway. Crew performed morning routine.

6:45AM: 6:45 Underway on various courses shifting anchorage..

7:10AM: Anchored in Nome Roadstead. East Jetty bearing 5 T, Fort Davis 90 T.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8:10AM: S.S. Dellwood stood in and anchored.

1:00PM: Held quarters followed by fire and collision drills. Time for water on all hose - 1 minute and 18 seconds. Time for mat in place - 3 minute and 5 seconds.

4PM to 6PM: 4:30 Received from Postmaster, Nome, 2 sacks and 1 pouch of mail for Unalaska. 5:30 Received from Postmaster, Nome 1 sack mail for delivery to U.S.S. Quail at Unalaska.

6PM: 6:00 made preparations for getting underway. 6:15 streamed log

6:15PM: weighed anchor and proceeded out of Nome Roadstead on course 203

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: NoMe RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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18 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.72, Long -168.07


00.00: enroute Nome to Unalaska

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Commenced full power run.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters, signal and resuscitation drill. 2:00 Completed full power run.

2:12PM: cc 180

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

10:07PM: cc 171


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19 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 57.65, Long -167.53


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve, found satisfactory. Made semi monthly test of all smokeless powder indicies.

9:50AM: cc 171

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters due to necessary work. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ship's inspection.

12:22PM: cc 172

5:30PM: cc 171

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.


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20 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

7:50AM: cc 159

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 9:05 took in log Delivered 2 boxes of movie film to Alaska Commercial Co. Delivered one (1) sack of mail for U.S.S. Quail to Postmaster.

9AM: 9:22 cc 160 pgc 9:35 Commenced steering various courses in Iliuliuk Bay.

10:10AM: Secured port side to Alaska Commercial Co Wharf, Unalaska.

Merid to 4PM: 1:05 Lowered motor launch. Crew received semi-monthly pay.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Rudolph E. Mortizia (208-176) Sea 1c transfered to ALERT at Unalaska, reference Seattle Division Dispatch 7027-1030 June 1935. 2:00 William S. Moore (217-140) Sea 1c reported aboard for duty from ALERT in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 27 June 1935, 73-701.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska.


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21 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday routine.

1:20PM: moved forward along wharf to make a berth for M.S. STARR.

2:35PM: M.S. Starr stood in and docked.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

4:00PM: STARR stood out

4:00PM: moved ship back to her regular berth.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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22 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:45 One (1) Pyrene fire extinguisher found missing in motor launch. 11:00 Wind increasing, put out mooring chains. 1:00 Delivered two sacks and one pouch of mail and three empty sacks to postmaster. Crew engaged in taking gear to store room. Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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23 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: 6:30 Crew performed morning routine. Held boat drill under oars. 8:00 All hands air bedding.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 11:30 Received Commissary stores as per invoice from Alaska Commercial Co. Omitted quarters due to necessary work. 2:00 Received from Coast Guard Store via the Chelan, one coil (900 feet) 3 strand, 6 inch, manila line as per invoice #1975. Crew engaged in taking on stores, stowing gear and cleaning and painting ship's waterline.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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24 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 44 seconds, water on all hoses 1 minute and 22 seconds.

2:30PM: PENGUIN stood in and moored.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

8:10PM: TAHOE stood in and anchored.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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25 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Crew performed morning routine. Prepared for getting underway.

1:00AM: CHELAN unmoored and stood out. TAHOE and GANNET stood out.

12:10AM: Machinist F.G. Gebauer transferred to TAHOE for transportation to U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle Washington for treatment. Authority Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force first indorsement, 23 July, 1935 (72) to NORTHLAND letter 22 July, 1935 (72)

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 AM making preparations for getting underway. 9:45 commenced fueling and taking on water. Made daily test of magazine and S.P. samples; condition normal. 2:00 completed fueling and taking on water, having received 29,736 gals of fuel oil and 15,900 gal. of water. 2:45 held quarters 2:50 made preparations for getting underway. 3:00 streamed log

9AM: 9:10 Unmoored and stood over to oil wharf at Dutch Harbor on various courses. 9:45 Moored port side to the fuel dock at Dutch Harbor

2:55PM: unmoored and stood out of Dutch Harbor on various courses

3:15PM: cc 347pgc, Ulakta Head light on port beam, dist 1.2 mi. Gyro has 1 deg easterly error.

4PM to 6PM: The following advancements effected this date: John B. Buzbee Jr. (217-316) A.S., Arthur K. Natland (217-315) A.S., Douglas H. Neuman (217-321) A.S., Erwin F. Smith (217-301) A.S Advanced to seaman, second class. William Enasqueg (217-318) M. Att 3c advanced to mess attendant, second class. Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. advanced to fireman, third class. Authority DcD. 7025-1040 (July). George T. Ferosiva (208-294) changed rating from seaman, second class to fireman third class. Authority DcD. 7025-1030 (July).

6PM to 8PM: 6:05 took in log 6:15 streamed log

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

9AM to 10AM: All sailing and weather data entered on the 9AM Line was transcribed on the 10AM line. Based on an arrow pointing down from 9AM to 10AM in the Miles column and text in the events log, it appears that the entire line of data entered on the 9AM line was intended to be 10AM.

8AM: Unalaska Alaska

Noon: Dutch Harbor Alaska

4PM to 6PM: The following advancements effected this date: John B. Buzbee Jr. (217-316) A.S., Arthur K. Natland (217-315) A.S., Douglas H. Neuman (217-321) A.S., Erwin F. Smith (217-301) A.S Advanced to seaman, second class. John B. Buzbee Jr. (217-316) A.S., Arthur K. Natland (217-315) A.S., Douglas H. Neuman (217-321) A.S., Erwin F. Smith (217-301) A.S Advanced to seaman, second class. William Enasqueg (217-318) M. Att 3c advanced to mess attendant, second class. William Enasqueg (217-318) M. Att 3c advanced to mess attendant, second class. Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. advanced to fireman, third class. Clarence H. Mead (217-317) A.S. advanced to fireman, third class. Authority DcD. 7025-1040 (July). Authority DcD. 7025-1040 (July). George T. Ferosiva (208-294) changed rating from seaman, second class to fireman third class. Authority DcD. 7025-1030 (July). George T. Ferosiva (208-294) changed rating from seaman, second class to fireman third class. Authority DcD. 7025-1030 (July).


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26 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 56.45, Long -167.47


00.00: en route Gambell, St. Lawrence Is.

3:16AM: cc 357

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: 8:20 braced the yards on port tack. Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks, conditions satisfactory.

8:10AM: cc 271

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and inspection due to rough sea.

7:27PM: cc 291

8:00PM: cc 10

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

10:06PM: received radio compass bearing rom St. Paul Island of 92.8 deg


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27 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 58.93, Long -168.07


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4:00AM: cc 0

8:00AM: cc 340

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; recreation.

8AM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8:00PM: cc 10


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28 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 62.97, Long -168.23


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4AM to 8AM: Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y 2c placed on sick list by Medical Officer.

8:00AM: cc 0

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday.

Noon: 12:30 Fog shut in. cc 29 12:50 Visibility increased. cc 359

1PM: 1:50 Sighted St. Lawrence Island. cc 29 1:57 cc 39

2PM: 2:15 cc 359 2:32 R tan NE Cape abeam to port, dist 4 mi

3:23PM: cc 301

6:48PM: cc 269, Stolbi Rocks bearing 226 T

8AM to Merid: 9:03 took in the log Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8:13PM: cc 260

9PM: 9:03 approaching anchorage off Savoonga on various courses. 9:40 anchored on the following bearings: Radio mast 123 T, Beacon 169 T


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29 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.48


4AM to 6AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 11:00 Received 4 boxes of outboard motors for transportation to Nome. Received 2 pouches of mail for transportation to Nome postmaster.

9:00AM: Medical officer performed appendictomy on Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y 2c.

1:00PM: omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work.

4PM to 6PM: 4:45 Making preparations to get underway. 5:00 Streamed log

5PM: 5:00 Underway on course 0 5:12 cc 77

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: SAVOONGA, ALASKA


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30 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


4AM to 8AM: 7:00 Took in log Crew performed morning routine.

5:41AM: cc 28

6AM: 6:20 cc 31 6:47 cc 36

7AM: 7:00 Standing various courses to anchorage. 7:35 Anchored in Nome Roadstead, East jetty bearing 0 T, Fort Davis 89 T.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 8:45 received one sack of ship's mail from the postmaster at Nome via station boat. 10:10 delivered two sacks of mail to the postmaster at Nome. Stopped gyro compass for servicing.

10:10AM: Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y. 2c left ship in Nome station boat for hospitalization in Nome

1:00PM: Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drill.

4PM to 6PM: Started gyro compass

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: NoME RoAdsteAd, ALASKA


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31 July 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.42


12:30AM: "Meteor" stood in and moored.

4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:30 Delivered four boxes of outboard motors to U.S. Reindeer Service, Nome, Alaska. 10:15 Received one box of Jenkins Valves from Steam Supply and Rubber company, Seattle, Washington.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill, first water in 25 secs., all hoses in 1 min.; and collision drill, mat in place in 2 min and 40 secs.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 8:30 Medical officer and assistants ashore to attend patient at Nome Hospital.

10:50PM: Meteor stood out to eastward.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA

12:30AM: !Meteor! stood in and moored.


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LOGS FOR AUGUST 1935


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1 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.83, Long -163.92


3:00AM: Wind increasing rapidly.

4AM to 8AM: 5:10 Started dragging anchor, made preparations to get underway. 5:25 Streamed log. Crew performed morning routine.

5:25AM: A. Surgeon (R) Eugene A. Gillis, Shelby Allen (100-081) C.Ph.M. and James F. Whalin (110-933) Ph.M 1c left ashore at Nome where they remained over night taking care of patient at Nome Hospital.

5:25AM: Underway on course 180

6:10AM: cc 137

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

11:00AM: cc 100

1:00PM: Omitted quarters due to rough seas.

3:00AM: cc 110

5:00PM: Took in log.

4PM: 4:02 cc 133 4:15 cc 138

5PM: 5:10 Various courses approaching anchorage. 5:15 Anchored eight mi east of Stuart Island on the following true bearings: Stuart Mountain 269, Stephens Hill 234

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

1504 cc 108


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2 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.8, Long -162.87


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:30 Prepared for getting underway Tested magazine flood valve, found satisfactory.

8:50AM: Underway on course 309

10:30AM: cc 297

2:30PM: the Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of the ship.

7PM: 7:40 cc 0 7:55 cc 9

8PM to Mid: 8:15 Nome Station boat alongside. 9:15 Station boat shoved off. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8:15PM: Following returned aboard: Eugene A. Gillis A. Surgeon (R), Shelby Allen (100-081) C.Ph.M and James F Whalen (110-933) PH.M. 1c

8PM: Continued on various courses approaching Nome anchorage. 8:10 Anchored. east jetty bearing 10 T, Fort Davis bearing 92 T.

9:15AM: Received information from Nome that Fernando P. Jackson (105-261) Y. 2c passed away at 9:00 AM this date.


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3 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

Merid to 4PM: 12:55 Prepared for getting underway. Omitted quarters, recreation.

1PM: 1:10 Underway on course 202. 1:40 Anchored. East jetty bearing 19.0 T, Fort Davis 63 T, and Cape Nome 92 T

4PM to 6PM: 4:10 Making preparations to get underway. 4:35 Streamed log.

4:30PM: Underway on course 162

7:00PM: cc 102

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8:57PM: cc 70

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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4 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.42, Long -163.07


Mid to 4AM: 1:30 Wind reached gale force. 1:45 Took in log.

1:20AM: cc 15

2AM: 2:05 Various speeds and courses approaching anchorage. 2:20 Anchored in Golofnin Bay on the following bearings: Rocky Point 227 pgc; signal stake 301 pgc; R tan 17 pgc.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. West to northwest wind of force whole gale to storm blowing throughout watch. 10:05 Let up starboard anchor. 11:50 Vessel to 90 fathoms on port chain and 25 fathoms on starboard chain.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday.

4:05PM: Weighed starboard anchor, Hove in to 75 fathoms of port chain.

6PM to 8PM: 7:00 Lowered boats numbers 1, 2 and 4 making preparations to water ship. 7:45 received first boat of water. Received 2 boat loads of water during the watch.

6PM: 6:45 Underway to shift anchorage. 6:55 Anchored on the following bearings: White cross 276 T; North signal 351 T.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. Received 19 boat loads of water during watch.

Noon: GoloFnin BAY ALASKA


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5 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.46, Long -165.43


Mid to 4AM: Crew engaged in boating water. 12:45 Finished watering ship. Received 24 boats, 11,158 gallons of water. 1:45 All boats and watering gear secured.

4AM to 8AM: 4:00 Making preparations to get underway. 4:15 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:15 Underway on course 137 4:23 cc 180 4:35 cc 270 4:50 Rocky Point abeam to starboard dist 1 mi.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 11:20 took in log Omitted dressing ship because underway. Observed Coast Guard Day.

10:58AM: cc 0

11AM: 11:20 approaching anchorage off Nome on various courses. 11:35 anchored on the following bearings: East jetty 10 T, Fort Davis 75 T.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Omitted quarters due to coast Guard day. Crew received semi-monthly pay. Observed Coast Guard Day.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew. 8:30 the tug "Genevieve" stood out from Nome with the following pasengers, mail, and freight: Mail, 3 pouches, 24 sacks, 14 pieces for villages of Savoonga, Tigara, Wainwright, and Barrow; Passengers, Miss Alice Allen to Wainwright, Dr. Lumine to Kotzebue, natives Dean Pansch and Larry Garbin to Kotzebue; freight as per bills of lading from A. Polit of Nome. 9:05 streamed log

9:05PM: weighed anchor and proceeded on course 253

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd ALASKA


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6 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.48


00.00: enroute Savoonga

4AM to 6AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 10:54 In log Delivered one pouch mail to Savoonga postmaster and one package to the Reindeer Company.

11AM: 11:00 Approaching anchorage at Savoonga. Continued on various courses. 11:10 Anchored. West signal bearing 173 T, flag pole bearing 125 T.

Merid to 4PM: 12:05 ship's boat returned from Savoonga 12:10 made preparations for getting underway. 12:20 Streamed log 1:00 held quarters folllowed by general quarters and resuscitation drills. 3:45 Took in log

12:05PM: Miss Gallagher, government nurse, came aboard for transportation to Gambell.

12:20PM: weighed anchor and proceeded on course 279

1:20PM: cc 283

2:15PM: stopped gyro; steering 267 psc

3PM: 3:25 cc 270 psc 3:30 approaching north anchorage off Gambell on various courses. 3:50 anchored on following bearings: Cape Chibukak 104 T, Schoolhouse 205 T, Gabell Point 223 T.

4:15PM: Motor surfboat left for Gambell with Medical and Dental Officers and their assistants.

4:15PM: Miss Gallagher, government nurse left the ship. Delivered one package drugs and one case oranges to N.L. Smith and one carton to M. Bannon.

20.00: GAMBELL, ALASKA

Noon: SAVOONGA, ALASKA

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 8:15 Medical and dental officers and assistants returned aboard. 8:35 Made preparations for getting underway.

8:45PM: Underway on course 35


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7 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 65.63, Long -168.88


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Pulled #1 gun out of battery and refilled recoil cylinder.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. 1:15 Medical officer and assistants ashore. 2:45 Medical officer and assistants returned aboard. Made preparations for getting underway.

12:16PM: L tan Big Diomede Island bearing 299 T dist 7.8 mi, cc 2. Continued on various courses keeping one mile off Little Diomede approaching anchorage.

1PM: 1:00 Approaching anchorage on course 193 1:15 Anchored. R tan of spit bearing 189 T, L tan Little Diomede bearing 80 T.

3:00PM: Underway on course 26

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8:30PM: cc 103

0958 cc 23


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8 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.28, Long -166.14


2:45AM: took in log

2AM: 2:20 cc 150 2:45 commenced steering various courses

3:05AM: Anchored off Shishmaref on the following bearings: Fox farm tower 127 T; Pole 170 T.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:00 Delivered 8 caes of gasoline to George Goshaw for Shishmaref light. 9:00 Medical and dental offiers ashore. 10:40 Delivered two pouches of mail from St. Lawrence Island to Meteor for delivery at Nome.

10:30AM: Meteor stood in and anchored, bearing 115 T.

Merid to 4PM: 12:05 medical and dental officers and assistants returned from the village. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Sockjaux (natives) came aboard for transportation to Kotzebue. 12:10 made preparations for getting underway on both engines. 12:25 streamed the log 1:00 held quarters followed by fire drill, first water in 30 sec., all hoses in 1 min and 5 secs.

12:15PM: weighed anchor and proceeded on course 23

1:14PM: cc 53

2:53PM: cc 75

7:55PM: cc 106

Noon: SHiSHMAREF, ALASKA

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 9:33 In log.

8:32PM: cc 90

9:45PM: cc 10, heading on L tan of bluff in line with Kotzebue. Continued on various courses approaching south anchorage.

10:10PM: Anchored. L tan of bluff bearing 7 T, R tan Cape Blossom bearing 108 T.


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9 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.75, Long -162.65


4AM to 6AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

7:30AM: Motor Sailer left for Kotzebue with the following named natives: Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Sockpuk, Dean Parrish and Tony Ganline.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; weekly test of magazine flood valves; and bi-weekly test of all S.P. indices; conditions normal.

Merid to 4PM: 12:40 Motor launch returned from Kotzebue. Received following for transportation: 2 sacks mail for Kivalina, 3 sacks mail and one package for Point Hope, 4 boxes for Point Lay, 1 box for Wainwright, 1 sack mail and 1 package for Pt Barrow. Made preparations for getting underway 1:00 Streamed log 2:30 Commanding officer held ships inspection.

12:40PM: Natives John Barger and Ross Stalker came aboard for transportation to Kivalina.

1PM: 1:00 Underway on course 190 1:15 cc 270, R tan Cape Blossom bearing 90 T

2:22PM: cc 317

3:35PM: cc 328

5:16PM: Cape Krusenstern abeam to starboard dist 3.5 mi.

Noon: KoTzebue ALASKA

8PM to Mid: 9:32 took in the log two sacks of mail delivered to village Issued 48 night rations to the crew. 10:45 made preparations for getting underway 11:00 streamed the log

8PM to Mid: 9:55 The natives John Barger and Ross Stalker delivered to village, having been transported from Kotzebue. 10:45 Norma Robinson, native, came aboard for transportation to Point Hope.

8:00PM: cc 350 T

9PM: 9:32 approaching anchorage off Kivalina on various courses. 9:55 anchored on the following bearing: Schoolhouse bearing 30 T, dist 1 mi.

11:00PM: weighed anchor and proceeded on course 285 T


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10 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 68.33, Long -166.75


00.00: enroute Point Hope. 12:50 cc 303

3:35AM: cc 323

4AM to 8AM: 6:40 Hauled in log Crew performd morning routine.

4AM: Gyro has three degrees Easterly error.

6:40AM: standing various courses approaching anchorage.

7:00AM: Anchored off Point Hope, Mission Flag pole bearing 20 T, L tan of point 268 T.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:15 Delivered 10 sacks and 1 pouch mail and 7 cases kerosene. Medical officer and assistants ashore. 11:45 Received following: 2 sacks mail, 1 box and 1 package for Point Lay; and 1 sack mail for Wainright. Medical officer and assistants returned aboard.

8AM to Merid: 8:15 Norma Robinson, native, left vessel. 11:45 Miss B.M. Tiber, nurse, aboard for transportation.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; recreation. 2:00 hoisted the motor surf-boat.

8PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Point HopE, ALASKA


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11 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 68.33, Long -166.75


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday routine.

Merid to 4PM: Observed Sunday.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Point HopE ALASKA


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12 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 69.22, Long -165.23


4AM to 8AM: 4:05 Making preparations to get underway. 5:00 streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:20 Underway on course 250 4:35 cc 320 4:50 cc 19

5:00AM: Point Hope Light bearing 135 T, dist one mi

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8AM: 8:35 Cape Lisburne abeam to starboard dist 5.1 mi. 8:50 cc 54

1:00PM: held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation, and pistol drills.

5:42PM: In log

4:41PM: cc 59

5PM: 5:00 cc 68 5:42 cc 123 5:50 Standing various courses approaching anchorage off Point Lay.

6PM to 8PM: 6:25 Medical party left for village. Delivered seven (7) boxes and two sacks of mail to the village.

6:10 PM: Anchored off Point Lay. School House 1850 yards bearing 123 T.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 10:30 Medical and dental officers returned aboard.

20.00: Point LAY, ALASKA


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13 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 70.4, Long -162.33


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Making preparations to get underway. 7:10 Streamed log

7:10AM: Underway on course 303

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8:00AM: cc 31

Merid to 4PM: Held quarters followed by general quarters.

1:00PM: cc 77

4PM to 6PM: 5:10 In log 5:40 Lowered motor surfboat.

4PM: 4:15 cc 90 4:45 cc 114

5PM: 5:10 cc 133 5:20 Standing various courses to anchorage. 5:35 Anchored off Wainwright. School House bearing 133 T, Amundsen's House 202 T

6:45PM: Medical party departed for village. Delivered six (6) sacks of mail, two packages, 3 crates of eggs, 3 crates of potatoes and one sack of onions to Mister Jim Allen.

6:45PM: Miss Alice Allen left the ship.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew. Rec'd one sack of mail for postmaster at Barrow. Hoisted motor surf-boat.

11:50PM: the following natives came aboard for medical treatment: Gilbert Andeoskrouk, Ester May Negovana, Felix Baet, Nulie Walook. Mrs. Iva Stanwold, schoolteacher, came aboard for transportation to Barrow.

3:10AM: Dense fog shut in

20.00: WAinWRiGhT, ALASKA

11:50PM: the following natives came aboard for medical treatment: Gilbert Andeoskrouk, Ester May Negovana, Felix Baet, Nulie Walook. Gilbert Andeoskrouk, Ester May Negovana, Felix Baet, Nulie Walook. Mrs. Iva Stanwold, schoolteacher, came aboard for transportation to Barrow. Mrs. Iva Stanwold, schoolteacher, came aboard for transportation to Barrow.


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14 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 71.35, Long -157.17


4AM to 8AM: 4:00 Making preparations to get underway. 4:10 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

7:15AM: Passed Schooner Holmes standing South West.

4AM: 4:10 Underway on course 330 4:35 cc 44

6:03AM: cc 64

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:30 In log

8:30AM: Entering scattered ice.

8:50AM: Headed normal to coast line about R tan to Skull Cliffs.

10:00AM: Changed to various courses working parallel to shore line heading north east.

11:20AM: Clear of ice. Sinaru Bearing 145 T dist 3 mi. Set course at 37 T

Merid to 4PM: 1:20 Unloaded 3 cases of stores and the following mail: 16 sacks, 3 pouches, 5 outside packages. 1:30 medical officers and assistants, and Lieut. Comdr. C.N. Hilton, U.S. Deputy Marshal, left ship for village. 1:45 received one sack and one package of way mail, and 18 sacks of mail for the postmaster at Nome. Omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. Received 1 mastadon tusk and 6 boxes of specimens for Museum of Natural History at San Diego.

12:25PM: working thru scattered ice on various courses approaching village of Barrow.

1:10PM: anchored on the following bearings: Brower's Store 67 T, Mission flag pole 95 T.

4PM to 6PM: 4:40 ALBERT AKSINA (insane native) aboard for transportation and delivery to U.S. Marshal at Nome, Alaska. 5:20 Lieut. Com'dr C.H. Hilton, U.S. Deputy Marshal, and medical officer returned to ship. 5:50 Miss Sadie Brower and Miss Maria Brower came aboard for transportation to Wainwright, Alaska.

6PM to 8PM: Miss E.M. Stauffer, Nurse, came aboard for transportation to Wales, Alaska.

20.00: BARROW, ALASKA

8PM to Mid: All natives left vessel. Made preparations for getting underway. 8:55 Streamed log 10:05 In log. 10:45 Streamed log. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8:50PM: Underway on course 242

9:03PM: cc 220

10PM: 10:05 Entering scattered ice. 10:45 Clear of ice.

11PM: 11:05 Sighted Sinaru shelter cabin bearing 122 T dist 4.2 mi 11:30 cc 235

4PM to 6PM: 4:40 ALBERT AKSINA (insane native) aboard for transportation and delivery to U.S. Marshal at Nome, Alaska. 5:20 Lieut. Com'dr C.H. Hilton, U.S. Deputy Marshal, and medical officer returned to ship. 5:20 Lieut. Com'dr C.H. Hilton, U.S. Deputy Marshal, and medical officer returned to ship. 5:50 Miss Sadie Brower and Miss Maria Brower came aboard for transportation to Wainwright, Alaska. 5:50 Miss Sadie Brower and Miss Maria Brower came aboard for transportation to Wainwright, Alaska.


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15 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 70.65, Long -160.06


00.00: cc 275 12:30 cc 285

2:05AM: cc 245

4AM to 8AM: 6:25 In log Crew performed morning routine.

4:35AM: cc 223

6AM: 6:08 cc 132 6:25 Standing various courses to anchorage. 6:50 Anchored off Wainwright, Alaska. School House bearing 130 T and Amundsen's House bearing 196 T.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Medical officer and assistant left ship for the village. 10:10 the dental officer and assitants left ship for the village. Delivered waymail from Barrow to the postmaster at Wainwright. 11:30 received 2 sacks of mail for postmaster at Nome, 1 pouch mail for Point Hope, and 1 pouch of mail for Point Lay.

8AM to Merid: 8:35 the following natives left the ship after having recieved medical treatment: Gilbert Andrakarok, Ester May Negavana, Felix Bolt, and Nellie Walook. Mrs. Iva Stowel, Sadie Brower, and Mariah Brower left the ship, having received transportation from Barrow.

9:50AM: the Schooner C.S. HOLMES weighed anchor and stood to the westward.

Merid to 4AM: 12:30 Medical and dental officers returned aboard. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire and collision drills. First water 35 seconds, water on all hoses 1 minute and 55 seconds. Mat in place in 4 minutes and 10 seconds.

12:30PM: Following aboard for transportation to Kotzebue: Rodney A. Lincoln, native, and Jim Allin.

3:30PM: Sighted schooner C.S. HOLMES bearing 335 T

4PM to 6PM: 5:45 Making preparations to get underway. 5:55 Streamed log

5:55PM: Underway on course 256

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

11:38PM: cc 272

Noon: WAiNWRiGht, ALASKA


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16 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 69.67, Long -163.25


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. Inspected magazine flood valve found satisfactory. 10:12 In log. 10:40 Streamed log

8AM: 8:00 cc 123 8:30 cc 92

9AM: 9:07 cc 208 9:17 cc 218 9:27 cc 208 9:37 cc 198 9:50 cc 188

10AM: 10:10 cc 129 10:12 Sighted Naokok. On various courses. 10:40 cc 1

11AM: 11:13 cc 341. Sighted Pt. Lay 11:50 cc 2

Merid to 4PM: 12:41 took in log 1:20 delivered one pouch of mail to the postmaster at Point Lay. Medical and dental officers and staff left for the village. 2:30 the Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of the vessel. Rec'd one pouch mail for postmaster at Nome.

1:00PM: anchored with Schoolhouse bearing 111 T dist 2800 yards.

4PM: 4:15 Medical and Dental officers and assistants returned from village. 4:55 Sighted single motor monoplane headed north.

4:15PM: Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c placed on report for carelessness in performance of duty.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

00.00: enroute Pt. Lay, Alaska. 12:08 cc 256

1:15AM: cc 208

20.00: Point LAy, ALASKA

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17 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 69.75, Long -163.07


4AM to 8AM: 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8AM to Merid: Henry F. Boguneider (204-235) Sea. 1c placed on sick list. Mickey Tunook, native, received dental treatment aboard ship. Held report mast in the case of Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea. 1c; instructed to replace broken part.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Omitted quarters, recreation.

1:20PM: Oscar Swan, native, aboard for medical attention. Confined to sick bay.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before, making preparations for getting underway. 6:10 Streamed log

6:10PM: Anchor away, set course to 233

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Point LAy, ALASKA

8AM to Merid: Henry F. Boguneider (204-235) Sea. 1c placed on sick list. Mickey Tunook, native, received dental treatment aboard ship. Mickey Tunook, native, received dental treatment aboard ship. Held report mast in the case of Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea. 1c; instructed to replace broken part. Held report mast in the case of Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea. 1c; instructed to replace broken part.


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18 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 68.33, Long -166.73


00.00: enroute Point Hope, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

7:30AM: Henry F. Bogenriedan (204-235) Sea 1c removed from sick list.

4:50AM: cc 198

5:00AM: Cape Lisburne abeam to port, dist three mi.

7:54AM: cc 208

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:30 In log

9AM: 9:06 cc 90 9:10 Sighted Pt Hope. cc 110 9:30 Approaching south anchorage on various courses 9:55 Anchored. Bearings: Pole on point, 267 T; School House flag pole, 338 T

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday. 1:00 granted liberty to the crew. Delivered one sack of mail to the postmaster at Point Hope. 2:00 medical and dental officers and assistants left for the village. 2:30 liberty party returned.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 6:00 Medical and Dental officers and assistants returned from village.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

6:45PM: The following natives came aboard and were confined to the sick bay for medical treatment: OLIVA JOHN, JESSIE LUZROYLUMI, and MARTAIN TRIKIK.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Point Hope, ALASKA


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19 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 68.33, Long -166.73


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Point Hope, Alaska.

4AM to 6AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Received the following mail for designated places: 1 pkg. for Kivalina, 1 pouch and 1 sack for Kotzebue, 1 sack for Nome, and 1 sack for Seattle. Received 3 boxes of freight for the Philco Radio Co. of San Francisco, and 1 bundle freight for M. Wagner of Kivalina.

8:25AM: the following natives were sent ashore, having received medical treatment aboard ship: Olivia John, Jessie Trezrayluk, Martin Trikik, and Oscar Seusar.

Noon to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

3:50PM: Oscar Swan, native of Pt Lay, left vessel after having received medical attention.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:30 Stopped gyro for cleaning. 4:55 Making perparations to get underway. 5:05 Streamed log.

5PM: 5:05 Underway on course 146 5:55 cc 132

5PM: The log keeper noted that the gyro was stopped for cleaning at 4:30PM. 5PM course entries were for both psc and true, for which there is a 20 degree difference. The true values were transcribed.

8PM to Mid: 8:03 took in log Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8PM: Approaching anchorage off Cape Thompson on various courses. 8:45 anchored on the following bearings: Watering hole 17 T, R tan Cape Thompson 99 T

Noon: Point HopE, ALASKA


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20 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 68.11, Long -165.96


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Cape Thompson Watering Place.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Making preparations for getting underway. Crew engaged in preparing boats and gear for watering ship. 7:50 Commenced boating water - took on one boat load this watch.

6AM: 6:40 Underway on various courses shifting anchorage closer to beach. 6:55 Anchored off Cape Thompson, creek bearing 1 T, R tan Cape Thompson 123 T.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received 17 boat loads of water during watch.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Omitted quarters and drills because of watering ship. Received 24 boat loads of water during this watch.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. Watering ship. 5:40 Finished watering ship. Received 7 boat loads this watch, 49 boat loads in all, amounting to 22,847 gallons. Hoisted boats and secured gear. 5:50 Making preparations to get underway.

6PM: 6:00 Anchor aweigh, set course to 205 6:24 cc 132

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew. 10:00 In log Natives aboard. Delivered mail and one package.

8:00PM: cc 132

9:46PM: cc 85 T

10PM: 10:00 cc 132 10:52 cc 31 heading toward Kivalina anchorage.

11:10PM: Anchored, school house bearing 31 T

Noon: CApe Thompson ALASKA


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21 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 67.73, Long -164.56


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Kivalina, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:00 medical and dental officers went ashore. 11:45 medical and dental officers and staff returned to the vessel. Crew engaged in u~a~ing and stowing sail.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 30 seconds; water on all hoses 1 minute and 5 seconds. 1:15 Crew received semi-monthly pay.

1:20PM: Justin Pantiople (203-037) M. Att 1c placed on sick list.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew. 10:55 made preparations for getting underway. 11:00 Streamed the log

11PM: 11:00 weighed anchor and departed on course 210 11:24 cc 159

Noon: KivALiNA, ALASKA


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22 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.61, Long -162.59


2:15AM: dense fog set in.

00.00: enroute Kotzebue, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4:24AM: cc 138

8AM to Merid: 10:10 In log 11:15 Fog lifted Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

9:09AM: cc 90

10:20AM: Anchored

11:15AM: Cape Blossom L tan bearing 18 T dist 7.5 mi

Merid to 4PM: Anchored 12:25 made preparations for getting underway on one engine. 1:00 held quarters followed by a clothing inspection. Delivered 1 pouch, 1 sack, and 1 pkg. of mail to the postmaster at Kotzebue. Crew engaged in routine work about deck.

12:35PM: weighed anchor and proceeded on course 346

1:35PM: anchored on the following bearings: L tan of bluff at Kotzebue 7 T, R tan of Cape Blossom 110 T.

2:00PM: Mr. A.J. Allin, Rodney Lincoln (native), and Miss B.M. Tiber (nurse) left the ship for Kotzebue, having received transportation aboard Northland.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Kotzebue Sound ALASKA


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23 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.75, Long -162.66


00.00: Anchored as before.

12:15AM: METEOR stood in and anchored.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, and weekly test of magazine flood valves, conditions satisfactory. Made bi-weekly test of all indices of smokeless powder.

11:00AM: the M.S. METEOR weighed anchor and stood to the southward.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 2:30 Commanding officer held weekly ships inspection.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: The following received dental treatment aboard: Mr. & Mrs. Widener, Mrs Ripley, reindeer personnel; Mrs. Sams, missionary; Lester and Emmith Gilkhorn, natives.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Kotzebue Sound, ALASKA


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24 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.08, Long -162.71


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Kotzebue.

1:45AM: HOLMES anchored to southward.

4AM to 6AM: Anchored as before. 4:00 Made preparations to get underway. 4:10 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

4:10AM: Underway on course 179

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:17 In log. 10:10 Medical and dental officers ashore.

9AM: 9:03 cc 174 9:17 Approaching anchorage off Deering on various courses 9:50 Anchored. School house bearing 221 T, Pinnacle Rock bearing 281 T

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Omitted quarters and drills; recreation. 1:00 the dental officer and assistants returned to the ship.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. 8:35 Medical officer returned aboard. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: DEERiNG, ALASKA


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25 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.07, Long -161.92


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before.

Mid to 4AM: The following natives received medical and dental treatment: - Sam Black, James Black and Elmer Black.

4AM to 6AM: Anchored as before. 6:50 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine. 7:50 Made preparations to get underway.

8AM to Merid: 8:05 streamed the log 10:45 Took in the log Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday.

8AM: 8:00 weighed anchor and departed on course 38 8:30 cc 85

10AM: 10:28 cc 154 10:45 approaching anchorage off Kivalik on various courses.

11:05AM: anchored on the following bearings: Kivalik 153 T, R tan of cape to the westward 264 T.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 12:40 Medical and dental officers ashore. 1:00 Sailing party left ship. 3:15 Medical officer and dental officer returned. 3:55 Sailing party returned.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 5:00 Making preparations to get underway.

5:10PM: Underway on course 3

6PM: 6:15 cc 38 6:20 Commenced steering various courses approaching anchorage 6:40 Anchored off Chamisso Island on the following bearings: - R tan Puffin I. 229 T; L tan Chamisso I. 146 T; L tan Choris Pennisula 314 T.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8AM: DeeRinG, ALASKA

Noon: KiWALiK, ALASKA

20.00: ChAMisso IsLAnNd, ALASKA


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26 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.24, Long -161.84


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before north of Chamisso Island.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Held general muster for inspection. 9:50 Held abandon ship drill, first boat in water 1 minute and 30 seconds, all boats in water 7 minutes and 40 seconds. Held boat drill under oars and sail. 11:30 Hoisted boats.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 2:30 dispatched working party to the beach to obtain sand.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:00 Working party returned with sand.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: CHAMisso IsLANd, ALASKA


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27 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 66.62, Long -164.33


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before north of Chamisso Island.

4AM to 8AM: 4:00 Making preparations to get underway. 4:20 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:05 Underway on course 270 4:35 cc 303

8AM to Merid: 10:00 took in the log to clear rotator. 10:05 streamed log Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

9AM: 9:41 cc 270; Cape Espenberg bearing 218 T.

11AM: 11:00 cc 315 11:10 cc 270

1:00PM: Held quarters followed by general quarters, gun and resuscitation drill.

12:30PM: cc 259

4PM to 6PM: Found log in error in amount of fuel oil carried on board. Received 6317 gallons of fuel oil this date to make log agree with amount on hand as shown by actual soundings.

5:49PM: cc 259

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

11:37PM: cc 200


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28 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 65.5, Long -167.97


00.00: enroute Wales, Alaska

3:30AM: cc 180

4AM to 8AM: 7:15 In log Crew performed morning routine.

5:53AM: cc 115

7:15AM: Standing various courses to anchorage.

8:00AM: Anchored off Wales Alaska, School house bearing 37 T, R tan of Cape 130 T.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:55 Medical and dental officers left for village. 10:40 Medical and dental officers returned aboard. Received one box and one bag for delivery at Gambell. Prepared for getting underway. 11:10 Streamed log.

8:20AM: Miss E.M. Stauffer left vessel for Wales.

11AM: 11:05 Underway on course 190 11:15 cc 180 11:19 cc 135 11:32 cc 137

1:00PM: held quarters followed by fire drill, first water in 30 secs., all hoses in 1 min.; and collision drill, stations only.

Noon: cc 135

2PM: 2:00 cc 90 2:30 cc 98

3:48PM: cc 110

4:40PM: In log

4PM: 4:06 Point Spencer abeam to starboard dist 2 mi 4:55 Standing various courses approaching anchorage

5:15PM: Anchored off "TELLER", Grantley Harbor Light bearing 71 T, R tan Cape Riley 203 T

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew

8AM: WALES ALASKA

20.00: TELLER ALASKA

5:15PM: Anchored off !TELLER!, Grantley Harbor Light bearing 71 T, R tan Cape Riley 203 T


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29 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 65.27, Long -166.43


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Port Clarence.

4AM to 6AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew peformed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 8:30 medical and dental officers and assistants left for Teller. 11:00 medical and dental officers and asistants returned to the ship.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal, resuscitation, and gun drills, and sub caliber practice. Expended 60 rounds sub caliber ammunition. 3:30 Held man overboard drill. Picked up buoy in 4 minutes. Hoisted all boats.

2:30PM: Lyman H. Cuyral, master of motor ship "Bozo" received dental treatment aboard.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: TeLLeR, ALASKA

2:30PM: Lyman H. Cuyral, master of motor ship !Bozo! received dental treatment aboard.


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30 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.53, Long -166.57


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in POrt Clarence. 2:45 Made preparations for getting underway. 3:05 Streamed log

3AM: 3:05 Anchor aweigh. 3:10 Set course to 280

4:14AM: Point Spencer abeam to port dist 1.3 mi, cc 135

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

6:10AM: cc 185

7:53AM: cc 134

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve found satisfactory.

11:00AM: cc 120

Merid to 4PM: 1:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of the ship. 3:05 took in log 3:45 delivered 23 sacks of mail to postmaster at Nome.

3:45PM: Albert Araina (native - psychopathic case) turned over to U.S. Marshal at Nome.

1:00PM: cc 87, R tan Sledge Island bearing 0 T, dist 3.0 mi

2:47PM: cc 76

3PM: 3:20 approaching anchorage off Nome on various courses. 3:30 anchored on the following bearings: Fort Davis 91 T, East jetty 8 T

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

9:00PM: Dr V. E. Levine left vessel.

20.00: Nome RoAdsteAd, ALASKA

4:14AM: Point Spencer abeam to port dist 1.3 mi, cc 235


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31 August 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 9:00 granted liberty to the crew until 6:00 pm.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Omitted quarters, recreation.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 6:00 Liberty party returned on time.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd, ALASKA


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LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1935


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1 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

1:00AM: S.S. Baldwin stood in and anchored.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

4:10AM: The Baldwin got underway and stood to the Westward.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Observed Sunday routine.

8AM to Merid: Following men detailed as messmen for month of September: George E. Montgomery (208-246) Sea 1c Henry T. Scheilding (208-290) Sea 2c Le Ray V. Muhr (208-150) F 1c Leonard W. Van Inuagen (208-240) Sea 1c

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska

8AM to Merid: Following men detailed as messmen for month of September: George E. Montgomery (208-246) Sea 1c George E. Montgomery (208-246) Sea 1c Henry T. Scheilding (208-290) Sea 2c Henry T. Scheilding (208-290) Sea 2c Le Ray V. Muhr (208-150) F 1c Le Ray V. Muhr (208-150) F 1c Leonard W. Van Inuagen (208-240) Sea 1c Leonard W. Van Inuagen (208-240) Sea 1c


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2 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.45, Long -165.42


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed National holiday; suspended all unnecessary work. 11:15 made preparations for getting underway. 11:30 Streamed log

11:30AM: Weighed anchor and proceeded out of Nome anchorage on course 180

1:00PM: Omitted quarters due to holiday.

12:55PM: cc 160

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

11:00PM: cc 90

8:00PM: Hove to on course 160

8AM: Nome Roadstead, Alaska


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3 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.93


Mid to 4AM: As before in Norton Sound

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

6:30AM: cc 129

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condtions dry and normal. 10:00 In log.

9:48AM: cc 180

10AM: 10:21 cc 270, heading in on bearing of radio mast. 10:40 Anchored, tallest radio mast bearing 272 T, R tan Beulah Island bearing 301 T.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 held quarters followed by gun drill and sub-caliber practice. 1:30 medical and dental officers and assistants departed for St. Michael.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:00 Medical and Dental officers and assistants returned from St. Michael.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: St. Michael, Alaska


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4 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.93


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off St. Michael, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire, collision, boat and abandon ship drills. First water 1 minute, water on all hoses 1 minute and 20 seconds. Collision mat in place 3 minutes and 10 seconds. For abandon ship drill, boats cleared side of ship in following times: number one, 5 minutes and 10 seconds; numnber two, 3 minutes and 5 seconds; number three, 5 minutes and 40 seconds; number four, 5 minutes; number five, 5 minutes and 15 seconds; number six, 3 minutes and 25 seconds.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: St. Michael, Alaska


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5 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.93


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off St. Michael.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 held quarters followed by clothing inspection. 1:30 the crew drew its semi-monthly pay.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew. 9:15 Stopped gyro compass. 9:45 Started gyro compass.

Noon: St. Michael Alaska


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6 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.62, Long -162.05


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off St. Michael.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, weekly test of magazine flood cocks and bi-weekly test of all S.P. indices; conditions satisfactory. 10:30 made preparations for getting underway. 10:45 streamed log

10:40AM: weighed anchor and stood out of anchorage off St. Michael on course 20

11:00AM: cc 330

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Omitted quarters, necessary work. 2:20 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of vessel.

5:57PM: cc 327

6:00PM: Took in log

6PM: 6:10 approaching anchorage. 6:30 Anchored at Golofnin Bay Watering Place on the following bearings: Cross 275 T and beacon 330 T.

8PM: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

8AM: St. Michael, Alaska

20.00: Golofnin Bay, Alaska


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7 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.41, Long -163.11


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Golofnin Bay.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 4:15 Making preparations to water ship. 5:15 Received first boat load of water. Crew engaged in watering ship. Received 12 boat loads of fresh water this watch.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inpected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 11:30 Finished taking on water, 16 boat loads this watch, a total of 28 boat loads or 11,413 gallons. Hoisted all boats and prepared for getting underway.

11:55AM: Underway on various courses.

Merid to 4PM: 12:03 streamed log Omitted quarters and drills; recreation.

Merid: Standing out of anchorage of watering place on various courses.

Noon: 12:03 cc 145 12:05 cc 180 12:18 cc 270

5:06PM: cc 283

6PM to 8PM: 6:32 took in log Received 5 sacks and 1 pouch of mail and delivered one sack to Nome, Postmaster.

6PM: 6:27 cc 353 6:45 approaching anchorage

7:00PM: Anchored off Nome on the following bearings: East jetty 337 T, Fort Davis 89 T.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

Noon: Golofnin Bay, Alaska

20.00: Nome Roadstead, Alaska


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8 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.4


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, conditions normal. Observed Sunday.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before.

Merid to 4PM: S.S. Darbley stood to southward.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska


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9 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.4


Mid to 4PM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8PM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8:40AM: Commander W.K. Scammell left for inpatient treatment at Nome Hospital.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 held quarters followed by gun drill and sub-caliber practice.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

6:00PM: Liberty party returned on time exept ALLEN, SHELBY (100-081) C.Ph.M.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 48 night rations to crew.

9:50PM: Shelby Allen (100-081) C.Ph.M. returned aboard having been absent overleave 3 hours 50 minutes.

Noon: Nome Roadstead Alaska


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10 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.4


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 11:00 King Island natives began loading their stores aboard the vessel.

11:50AM: the Commanding Officer held report mast in the case of Shelby Allen (100-081) C.Ph.M.; deprived of special liberty.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. King Island natives loading their belongings aboard for transportation to King Island. 1:00 Omitted quarters, necessary work.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. King Island natives loading their belongings aboard. 4:15 Sixty Six (66) natives aboard for transportation to King Island.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 6:30 All native gear aboard and secure for transportation to King Island. 6:45 Made preparations for getting underway. 7:00 streamed log

7:00PM: Anchor awaigh; set course to 262

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

9:48PM: cc 301, L tan Sledge Island bearing 0 T

Noon: Nome Roadstead, Alaska


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11 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.9, Long -167.82


00.00: on course 301 en route King Island, Alaska

4AM to 8AM: 4:43 In log 5:25 Lowered Native boats. Natives engaged in transporting their gear from ship to shore. Crew assisting natives unload.

4:38AM: cc 358

5AM: 5:05 Standing various courses approaching anchorage. 5:15 Anchored off King Island. King Island schoolhouse bearing 358 T, R tan King Island 65 T, L tan King Island 303 T.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. Natives engaged in unloading their gear. 10:30 All native gear ashore. 11:05 Hoisted native skin boat for transportation to Nome. All natives ashore. Prepared for getting underway.

11:20AM: Underway on course 124

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 held quarters followed by the following drills: fire drill all hoes in 55 secs.; collision drill, mat in place in 3 min. 30 secs.; man-overboard drill, 3 min, 50 secs. Tested starboard Franklin buoy and held boat drill under oars.

3:00PM: cc 120

5:48PM: Sledge Island dist 2 mi, L tan bearing 0 T, cc 90

8:00PM: Took in log

7:58PM: cc 7

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

8PM: Continued on various courses approaching Nome anchorage. 8:20 Anchored. East jetty bearing 90 T, Cape Nome bearing 103 T

8AM: King Island, Alaska


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12 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.49, Long -165.42


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Repaired starboard Franklin Buoy. Crew engaged in field day routine.

8AM to Merid: 9:35 S.S. DERBLAY anchored in Nome roadstead. 10:15 S.S. DERBLAY weighed anchor and stood to the westward.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Omittd quarters, field day. 1:30 Commander W.K. Scammell returned aboard from Nome hospital, but will remain off duty until recovered from minor operation. Crew engaged in holystoning decks.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Made preparations to get underway.

6:40PM: Underway on course 203

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome Roadstead, Alaska


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13 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.77, Long -167.8


00.00: enroute Unalaska.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Inspected magazine flood valve, found satisfactory.

Merid to 4PM: 2:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of the ship. 3:18 blew tubes.

3PM: 3:18 cc 260 pgc 3:30 cc 201 pgc 3:39 cc 180 T

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to crew.

11:00PM: cc 171


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14 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 57.75, Long -167.67


00.00: enroute Unalaska.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, conditions normal.

10:57AM: received a radio bearing from St. Paul Island of 59 T.

Merid to 4PM: Observed saturday routine.

7:55PM: Received radio bearing 112.3 T from St Paul Island.

8PM to Mid: Issued 48 night rations to the crew.


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15 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

6:40AM: cc 153

8AM to Merid: 11:00 Began taking on fresh water. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8:47AM: cc 164. Approaching Unalaska Bay.

10:37AM: Standing in to Dutch Harbor.

11:00AM: Moored port side to at Dutch Harbor.

Merid to 4PM: Moored as before. Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday. 2:45 completed taking on water, having received 25,077 gals. 2:50 made preparations for getting underway. 3:45 stopped the gyro compass for cleaning.

3PM: 3:00 unmoored and stood over to Unalaska on various courses. 3:35 moored starboard side to to west face of Alaska Commercial Company wharf.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Dutch Harbor Alaska

20.00: Unalaska Alaska


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16 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to ACCo wharf in Unalaska. Crew performed the regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in overhauling the anchor chain, and cleaning about and above deck. Omitted quarters due to necessary work. 2:50 Received stores for general mess from Alaska Commercial Co. as per invoices.

9AM to 4PM: Held general muster; read Commander, Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of 16 September 1935. By order of the Commander, Bering Sea Patrol Force the following named officers and men are confined to the ship for a period of seven (7) days for non compliance with Force Order #5, 14 May, 1935 (611-71-72-73) concerning the wearing of beards: Lt. Comdr. Carl H. Hilton, Lt. (j.g.) George J. Holt, Ensign George O. Olsen, Ensign Albert E. Harned, Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea 1/c, Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea 1/c, Milton F. Sather, (109-185) Mo.M.M. 1/c Charles I. Sufczyonki (110-064) M.M 2/c, Ansel C Hulbert Jr (105-148) C Mo.M.M. George W. Bennet (208-048) QM 1/c Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1/c Joseph F. McKinnon (107-087) Cox Edwin M Allin (100-454) Sea 1/c Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1/c John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. William L Cooper (102-295) BM 1/c William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c Frank M Sheffer (109-412) Sea 1/c Lester A Wesson (110-775) QM 3/c Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) CRM and Roy O Parnell (208-296) Sea 2/c.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

9AM to 4PM: Held general muster; read Commander, Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of 16 September 1935. Held general muster; read Commander, Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of 16 September 1935. By order of the Commander, Bering Sea Patrol Force the following named officers and men are confined to the ship for a period of seven (7) days By order of the Commander, Bering Sea Patrol Force the following named officers and men are confined to the ship for a period of seven (7) days for non compliance with Force Order #5, 14 May, 1935 (611-71-72-73) concerning the wearing of beards: for non compliance with Force Order #5, 14 May, 1935 (611-71-72-73) concerning the wearing of beards: Lt. Comdr. Carl H. Hilton, Lt. (j.g.) George J. Holt, Ensign George O. Olsen, Ensign Albert E. Harned, Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea 1/c, Lt. Comdr. Carl H. Hilton, Lt. (j.g.) George J. Holt, Ensign George O. Olsen, Ensign Albert E. Harned, Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea 1/c, Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea 1/c, Milton F. Sather, (109-185) Mo.M.M. 1/c Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea 1/c, Milton F. Sather, (109-185) Mo.M.M. 1/c Charles I. Sufczyonki (110-064) M.M 2/c, Ansel C Hulbert Jr (105-148) C Mo.M.M. Charles I. Sufczyonki (110-064) M.M 2/c, Ansel C Hulbert Jr (105-148) C Mo.M.M. George W. Bennet (208-048) QM 1/c Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1/c George W. Bennet (208-048) QM 1/c Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1/c Joseph F. McKinnon (107-087) Cox Edwin M Allin (100-454) Sea 1/c Joseph F. McKinnon (107-087) Cox Edwin M Allin (100-454) Sea 1/c Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1/c John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1/c John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. William L Cooper (102-295) BM 1/c Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. William L Cooper (102-295) BM 1/c William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c Frank M Sheffer (109-412) Sea 1/c William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c Frank M Sheffer (109-412) Sea 1/c Lester A Wesson (110-775) QM 3/c Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) CRM Lester A Wesson (110-775) QM 3/c Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) CRM and Roy O Parnell (208-296) Sea 2/c. and Roy O Parnell (208-296) Sea 2/c.


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17 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Co Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills. Crew engaged in cleaning and painting starboard anchor chain and cleaning and painting about ship.

9AM to 4PM: 1:15 S.S. Starr stood in and moored. 3:00 S.S. Starr stood out of harbor.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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18 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Co. Wharf Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Making preparations for short range battle practice. Pulled guns one and two out of battery and checked recoil cylinders. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 25 seconds; water on all hoses 45 seconds. 2:00 Bore sighted guns one and two. Pulled target raft off beach and seccured to port side. Crew chipping and painting anchor chain.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine. 8:00 Started gyro compass.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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19 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

7:00AM: CHELAN unmoored and stood out and anchored.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P samples; conditions normal. 1:00 held quarters followed by infantry drill ashore. Crew engaged in cleaning and painting anchor chain.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed regular evening routine.

5:20PM: S.S. "Arthur J. Baldwin" stood in and moored to ACCo. wharf.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

4:00AM: The 4AM wind data appears to have the direction and force reversed.

5:20PM: S.S. !Arthur J. Baldwin! stood in and moored to ACCo. wharf.


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20 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to ACCo. wharf in Unalaska. Crew performed the regular morning routine.

5:15AM: S.S. "Arthur J. Baldwin" unmoored and stood out of harbor.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Made preparations for getting underway for Short Range Battle Practice. 10:50 shifted berth to north face of dock. 11:45 Chelan moored to west face of dock after having capsized target. Short Range Battle Practice postponed indefinitely due to instability of target raft. 1:15 Crew received semi-monthly pay. 1:30 Pay Clerk left vessel for Chelan to pay personnel. 2:00 Pay Clerk returned from Chelan. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of vessel. Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Shifted port and spare anchors. Crew cleaning and painting about deck. Held bi-weekly smokeless powder test; normal.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska

5:15AM: S.S. !Arthur J. Baldwin! unmoored and stood out of harbor.


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21 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to north face of A.C.Co wharf., Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condtions dry and normal. Tested line throwing gun with following results; into wind, 120 yards; with wind, 150 yards; across wind, 130 yards. Observed Saturday routine. Omitted quarters account of recreation. Held pistol target practice instruction.

9:00AM: Commander W.K. Scammell returned to duty.

4PM to MId: Moored as before. Performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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22 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to North face of Alaska Commercial Co. Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Sunday routine. Held pistol target practice for recreation and instruction.

10:00AM: Thomas J. Jones (105-497) C.C. Std. placed on sick list and confined to sick bay; catarrhal fever, acute.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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23 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to north face of Alaska Commercial Company dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of inclement weather.

Noon: the following persons were released from a seven day confinement executed in accordance Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of 16 September, 1935 (611-71-72-73): Lieutenant Commander Carl H. Hilton, Lieutenant (junior grade) George I. Hart, Ensign George O. Olson, Ensign Albert E. Harned, Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea. 1c, Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c, Milton F. Sather (109-185) Mo M.M. 1c, Charles I. Sufezynski (110-064) M.M. 2c, Ansil C. Hulbert, jr. (105-148) C.MoM.M., Geroge W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c, Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c, Joseph F. McKinnon (107-087) Cox., Edwin M. Allin (100-454) Cox., Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea 1c, John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea. 1c, Carliton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y., William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c, William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea. 1c, Frank M. Sheffer (109-412) Sea. 1c, Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c, Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. Roy O Parnell (208-296) Sea. 2c.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 5:00 wound ship and berthed at west face of A.C.Co. wharf, starboard side to. Crew perfomred the regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

Noon: the following persons were released from a seven day confinement executed in accordance Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter of 16 September, 1935 (611-71-72-73): of 16 September, 1935 (611-71-72-73): Lieutenant Commander Carl H. Hilton, Lieutenant (junior grade) George I. Hart, Ensign George O. Olson, Ensign Albert E. Harned, Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea. 1c, Lieutenant Commander Carl H. Hilton, Lieutenant (junior grade) George I. Hart, Ensign George O. Olson, Ensign Albert E. Harned, Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea. 1c, Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c, Milton F. Sather (109-185) Mo M.M. 1c, Charles I. Sufezynski (110-064) M.M. 2c, Ansil C. Hulbert, jr. (105-148) C.MoM.M., Donald W. Younce (208-114) Sea. 1c, Milton F. Sather (109-185) Mo M.M. 1c, Charles I. Sufezynski (110-064) M.M. 2c, Ansil C. Hulbert, jr. (105-148) C.MoM.M., Geroge W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c, Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c, Joseph F. McKinnon (107-087) Cox., Edwin M. Allin (100-454) Cox., Geroge W. Bennett (208-048) Q.M. 2c, Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea. 1c, Joseph F. McKinnon (107-087) Cox., Edwin M. Allin (100-454) Cox., Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea 1c, John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea. 1c, Carliton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y., William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c, Fred M. Bloomer (203-169) Sea 1c, John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea. 1c, Carliton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y., William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c, William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea. 1c, Frank M. Sheffer (109-412) Sea. 1c, Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c, Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea. 1c, Frank M. Sheffer (109-412) Sea. 1c, Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c, Thomas F. Ellingwood (103-256) C.R.M. Roy O Parnell (208-296) Sea. 2c. Roy O Parnell (208-296) Sea. 2c.


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24 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. wharf at Unalaska. Crew performed the regular morning routine, and began taking aboard the starboard anchor chain.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters followed by beach apparatus drill. Crew took aboard and secured starboard anchor chain.

9AM to 4PM: Thomas J. Jones (105-497) C.C.Std returned to duty; off binacle list.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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25 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed regular morning routine. Making preparations for lowering fore yardarms.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Removed fore, top sail, and top gallant yards. 12:55 Held fire drill; first water 30 seconds, water on all hoses one minute and 10 seconds. Held quarters following fire drill.

9AM to 4PM: Enlistment of LeRoy V. Muhr (208-150) F 1c. extended pending receipt of Headquarters action on "Report of Physical Examination." Authority: Article 4721 Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

9AM to 4PM: Enlistment of LeRoy V. Muhr (208-150) F 1c. extended pending receipt of Headquarters action on !Report of Physical Examination.! Authority: Article 4721 Personnel Instructions.


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26 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in chipping anchor chain and cleaning paintwork over starboard side. Omitted quarters due to rain.

9AM to 4PM: 1:00 CHELAN unmoored and stood out. 2:45 DELLWOOD stood in and moored.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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27 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: 5:50 DELLWOOD stood out. 7:17 CHELAN stood in and moored.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made daily inspections of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions satisfactory. 2:45 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. Crew engaged in painting waterline and in storing the yards.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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28 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. wharf at Unalaska. Crew performed the regular morning routine. 8:30 fishing party left the ship for Reese Bay.

8:30AM: I'm guessing that the destination of the fishing party is "Reese" Bay. The name is not very legible, but Reese Bay is the nearest bay I can find with a name that comes close to matching.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:00 Received commissary stores as per invoice from A.C.Co. 11:15 Fishing party returned on board. Crew performed Saturday routine. Omitted quarters; recreation.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska

8:30AM: I'm guessing that the destination of the fishing party is !Reese! Bay. The name is not very legible, but Reese Bay is the nearest bay I can find with a name that comes close to matching.


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29 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Observed Sunday routine.

9AM to 4PM: 9:00 Clarence R. Wallers (110-702) F 1c, Fred M. Bloomer (208-169) Sea 1c, and William S. Moore (217-140) Sea 1c transferred to the Chelan, by order of Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force 9 (73). The enlistment of William B. Davis (208-156) Sea 1c extended this date pending receipt of Headquarters action on form #2525B. Authority: Aritcle 4721 Personnel Instructions.

9AM to 4PM: 12:55 The "Chelan" unmoored and stood out of Harbor. 1:25 The "Boxer" stood in and moored to A.C. Co. Wharf.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska

9AM to 4PM: 12:55 The !Chelan! unmoored and stood out of Harbor. 1:25 The !Boxer! stood in and moored to A.C. Co. Wharf. 1:25 The !Boxer! stood in and moored to A.C. Co. Wharf.


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30 September 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C. Co. Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters followed by resuscitation drill. Prepared for getting underway.

2PM: 2:00 Underway on various courses for Dutch Harbor. 2:30 Moored port side to at Dutch Harboar dock.

3:00PM: BOXER stood out.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine. 8:20 Started gyro.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1935


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1 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before. Crew performed morning routine. Began fueling.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, conditions normal. 1:40 Completed fueling and watering ship, having received 36,416 gallons of fuel oil and 24,232 gallons of water. 1:45 held quarters. 1:50 made preparations for getting underway on both engines. 2:05 streamed log

9AM to 4PM: The following men were detailed to duties of messman for month of October: Brady Hostetter (208-189) Sea. 1c, W.L. Millican (208-033) Sea. 1c, L.J. Samuelson (208-232) Sea. 1c, N.D. Walker (217-325) F. 3c.

2PM: 2:00 unmoord and stood out of Dutch Harbor on various courses. 2:17 Ulakta Head bearing 305 T, dist 1.2 mi, set course to 351

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.

Noon: Dutch Harbor, Alaska


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2 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 57.12, Long -167.45


00.00: As before on course 351 enroute to Nome, Alaska

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

7:50AM: cc 351

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8AM to Merid: Enlistment of Marciano Jaramilla (104-193) Off. Std. 2c extended from this date pending arrival of vessel in port. Auth. Art. 4635 (1) Personnel Inst.

1:00PM: Omitted quarters due to rolling and pitching of vessel.

8:00PM: slowed to 110 r.p.m. because of seas coming aboard.

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew.


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3 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 60.6, Long -168.23


00.00: As before on course 351 enroute Nome, Alaska

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

9:30AM: cc 0 830 foot peak on Nunivak Island bearing 94 T dist 33 mi

1:00PM: held quarters followed by fire drill; first water in 35 secs., all hoses in 1 min. 10 secs.

4:30PM: cc 23

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.


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4 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.4, Long -165.47


Mid to 4AM: As before on course 23 enroute Nome, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, weekly test of magazine flood cocks, and bi-weekly test of all S.P. indices; conditions satisfactory.

11:30AM: cc 15, approaching anchorage off Nome.

Merid to 4PM: 12:00 In log. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ship's inspection.

Merid to 4PM: Issued Honorable Dishcarge #A37747 to Marciano Ganavilla (104-193) Off. Std. 2c on this date due to expiration of regular enlistment and extension thereof. Authority, Article 461 Personnel Instructions.

Noon: 12:04 Approaching anchorage 12:30 Anchored. East jetty bearing 10 T, Fort Davis bearing 79 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:20 Station boat delivered one sack of mail and returned to Nome with outgoing mail.

4PM to 6PM: Issued honorable discharge #A-37748 to LeRoy V. Muhr (208-150) F 1c., and #A37749 to William B. Davis (208-156) Sea 1c, due to expiration of special temporary enlistment and extension thereof in both cases. Authority: Headqarters third Indorsement, Form 2525-B, 30 August 1935.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

20.00: NoMe RoAdstead, ALASKA

Fort Davis 79 US Coast Guard Station Nome 10 True


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5 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.47, Long -165.43


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Mer: Anchored as bofore. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:20 Station boat alongside. 10:00 Station boat shoved off.

11:00AM: "North Star" stood in and anchored.

8AM to Merid: Marciano Janamilla (104-193) Off. Std. 2c reenlisted for a period of three years regular enlistment; authority article 4222 Personnel Instructions. William B. Davis (203-156) Sea 1c and LeRoy V. Muhr (203-150) F. 1c reenlisted for a period of 3 years special temporary enlistment; Authority headquarters 3rd indorsement from 2525-B 30 August 1935.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Received stores from A. Polet of Nome for delivery to S.P. Trautman at Savoonga and N.L. Smith at Gambell. Received 1 pouch, 9 sacks, 4 packages mail for delivery to Savoonga; and 15 sacks and 5 pkgs mail for delivery to Gambell. 1:00 the crew received its semi-monthly pay. Omitted quarters and drills; recreation.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:35 Making preparations to get underway. 4:50 streamed log

4:50PM: Underway on course 257

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.

Noon: NoME RoAdsteAd, ALASKA

11:00AM: !North Star! stood in and anchored.


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6 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.85, Long -171.6


00.00: As before on course 275 enroute Gambell, Alaska

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 11:40 took in the log

10:00AM: cc 251

11AM: 11:00 sighted Cape Chibukak bearing 251 T, cc 257 11:29 cc 261

1:00PM: Delivered 6 boxes of stores for school teacher and nurse. Delivered 15 sacks of mail and 5 packages. Medical officer and assistant ashore. Received skin boat which previously had been left to have cover renewed. Received 1 box for Alaska College.

2:45PM: Nelson Columbus, native, aboard for transportation to Savoonga.

Noon: 12:10 Continued on various courses approaching north anchorage at Gambell. 12:35 Anchored, school house flag pole bearing 197 T, R tan point bearing 217 T, L tan Point Chibukak bearing 102 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:15 Medical officer and assistant returned to ship. Received native skin boat for transportation to Savoonga.

4PM to 6PM: Miss A. Bannon (white nurse) and Dorcas Toosoguin (native) received dental treatment and Eddie Oklikoghome received medical treatment on board.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

20.00: Gambell Alaska


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7 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.48


00.00: Anchored as before off Gambell, Alaska

4AM to 6AM: Anchored as before. 5:50 Making preparations to get underway. 6:06 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

6AM: 6:00 Underway, various courses 6:06 Ahead on course 10 6:12 cc 99

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Delivered 1 pouch, 9 sacks, and 4 packages mail. Delivered native skin boat. Delivered 13 boxes stores for school teacher. Medical officer ashore.

8AM to Merid: Nelson Chambers, native left vessel.

9AM: 9:20 Changed to various courses approaching anchorage at Savoonga. 9:40 Anchored. Highest radio mast bearing 125 T, signal to westward bearing 180 T.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 12:15 the medical officer and assistants returned from the village. Received 3 sacks and 1 pouch of mail for delivery to postmaster at Nome. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of inclement weather.

Merid to 4PM: The following persons came aboard for transportation to Nome: Otto W. Grist, Roland Snodgrass, Ivan Skarland, Percy Lucha, Olava Kukkola, C.A. Bryant, and Mary Mikami.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew.

Noon: Savoonga, ALASKA


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8 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.71, Long -170.48


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Received 1 sack of mail for the postmaster at Nome.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to rain.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

Noon: SAVOONGA, ALASKA


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9 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.95, Long -168.65


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Savoonga, St. Lawrence Island.

2:00AM: Wind hauling to left. Barometer steady at 28.49. Center of low apparently to southward passing to eastward.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:05 Made preparations to get underway. 6:20 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

6AM: 6:20 Underway on course 0 6:30 cc 76

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. No functions in accordance with headquarters dispatch 0201-1106 October, due to rough seas.

1:00PM: Omitted quarters and drills because of inclement weather.

6:00PM: cc 90

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.


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10 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.37, Long -163.62


1AM: 1:40 cc 84 1:48 cc 79 heading for Cape Darby.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine. 7:40 In log

5:50AM: cc 38

6:30AM: cc 49

7:40AM: Standing various courses approaching anchorage.

8AM to Merid: 9:50 made preparations for getting underway 10:07 streamed log Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8AM: Approaching anchorage in Golofnin Bay on various courses. 8:10 anchored on the following bearings: White Cross 266 T, North beacon 304 T

10AM: 10:00 weighed anchor and stood out of anchorage on course 180 10:15 cc 225 10:25 cc 270

1:00PM: Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

12:05PM: cc 275

2:05PM: cc 270

3:32PM: Cape Nome abeam to starboard, cc 280

4PM to 6PM: 4:35 In log 5:20 Lowered motor surfboat.

4PM: 4:25 cc 315 4:34 cc 350 4:35 standing various courses to anchorage

4PM to 6PM: The following named passengers departed in motor surfboat having received transportation from Savoonga: Otto Wm. Giest, Roland Snodgrass, Ivan Skanland, Percy Lucha, Olava Kukkolay, C.H Bryant, and Mary Mikogi. Station boat departed with passengers' personal belongings and 5 sacks and 1 pouch of mail for Nome Postmaster.

5:07PM: Anchored in Nome Roadstead. East jetty bearing 10 T. Fort Davis 90 T.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 6:40 Surfboat returned and hoisted.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

8AM: GoLoFNiN BAY, ALASKA

20.00: Nome Roadstead, ALASKA

4PM to 6PM: The following named passengers departed in motor surfboat having received transportation from Savoonga: Otto Wm. Giest, Roland Snodgrass, Ivan Skanland, Percy Lucha, Olava Kukkolay, C.H Bryant, and Mary Mikogi. Otto Wm. Giest, Roland Snodgrass, Ivan Skanland, Percy Lucha, Olava Kukkolay, C.H Bryant, and Mary Mikogi. Station boat departed with passengers' personal belongings and 5 sacks and 1 pouch of mail for Nome Postmaster. Station boat departed with passengers' personal belongings and 5 sacks and 1 pouch of mail for Nome Postmaster.


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11 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

1:30AM: S.S. DELLWOOD stood in and anchored.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine. 7:45 Stopped Gyro Compass for routine cleaning.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood cocks, found satisfactory. 8:40 Started gyro. 10:00 Received two sacks mail from Dellwood.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 2:00 held general muster followed by commanding Officer's weekly inspection of the ship. Observed holiday in honor of General Pulaski.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 7:50 Received 3 sacks of mail from Victoria.

7:30PM: S.S. Victoria stood in and anchored.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew.

Noon: Nome Roadstead, Alaska


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12 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.43


Mid to 4AM: Anchored before in Nome Roastead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

11:15AM: S.S. DELLWOOD departed to the southeastward.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Omitted quarters, recreation. Observed Columbus day.

Merid: Dellwood stood in and anchored.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:40 Station boat alongside with one pouch of mail. 5:00 Station boat departed. Made preparations to get underway. 5:10 Streamed log.

5PM: 5:10 Underway on course 180 5:53 cc 111

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

8AM: Nome RoAdsteAd, ALASKA


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13 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.48, Long -161.91


Mid to 4AM: As before on course 111

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4:03AM: cc 134

8:00AM: cc 149

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:45 In log Observed sunday.

9AM: 9:00 cc 164 9:33 cc 180 9:57 cc 270, approaching anchorage.

10:10AM: Anchored. Tallest radio mast bearing 271 T, R tan Beulah Island bearing 296 T

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew.

10:45PM: "Dellwood' stood in and anchored, bearing 250 T.

Noon: St. MichAeL, ALASKA

10:45PM: !Dellwood' stood in and anchored, bearing 250 T.


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14 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.87, Long -162.3


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off St. Michael, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 8:45 made preparations for getting underway. 8:55 streamed the log

8:55AM: weighed anchor and departed on course 0

9:15AM: cc 331

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by bag inspection 3:30 In log.

3PM: 3:00 R tan Cape Darby bearing 50 T dist 2.6 mi, cc 326 3:08 Continued on various courses approaching anchorage at fresh water stream, Golofnin Bay.

4PM: Standing various courses to anchorage. 4:05 Anchored in Golofnin Bay off fresh water stream. Cross bearing 271 T, signal north of stream 326 T.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

8AM: St. MichAeL, ALASKA

20.00: GoLoFNiN BAy, ALASKA


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15 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.42, Long -163.09


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Golofnin Watering Hole.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 4:00 Crew began preparing boats and gear for watering ship. 6:00 Lowered boats Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 5. 7:10 received first boat load of water. Received a total of 4 boat loads this watch.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received 18 boat loads of water this watch.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. Continued watering ship. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills because of necessary work. 2:00 completed watering ship, having received a total of 18,045 gals. Received 10 boat loads of water during this watch, making a total of 32 boat loads. Hoisted all boats. 3:00 made preparations for getting underway

3:40PM: S.S. Victoria stood to the southward.

3PM: 3:30 weighed anchor and stood to the eastward at various speeds. 3:55 anchored on the following bearings: L tan Rocky Point 238 T, north beacon 288 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

5:30PM: S.S. Delwood stood out of GoLoFNiN BAY.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew.

Noon: GoLofNiN BAY, ALASKA


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16 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.33, Long -161.45


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Golofnin Bay, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 4:50 Making preparations to get underway. 5:00 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

5AM: 5:00 Underway on course 160 5:25 cc 124

6AM: 6:23 Cape Darby bearing 0 T, dist 1 mi, cc 90 6:32 cc 46

7:00AM: cc 29

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

9AM: 9:00 cc 120 9:45 cc 111

Merid to 4PM: 12:36 In log. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 45 seconds, water on all hoses 50 seconds.

Noon: 12:46 Continued on various courses approaching anchorage off Shaktolik. 12:50 Anchored. L tan Cape Denbigh bearing 303.5 T, tripod at village bearing 41 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

20.00: SHAKtoLiK, ALASKA

7:00AM: cc 39


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17 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.31, Long -161.28


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Shaktolik, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:40 Medical and dental officers and assistants ashore.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 12:50 the medical and dental officer and assistants returned. 1:00 held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew.

Noon: SHAKToLiK, ALASKA


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18 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.03, Long -160.98


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Shaktolik, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:20 Making preparations to get underway. 6:40 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

6AM: 6:30 Underway on course 201 6:50 cc 166

7:02AM: cc 161

8AM to Merid: 8:51 took in log Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood cocks and semi-monthly test of all S.P. indices; condtions satisfactory. 9:25 medical and dental officers left for village. 9:30 secured gyro for cleaning. 10:50 started gyro compass. 11:35 medical and dental officers and assistants returned to ship. 11:40 made preparations for getting underway.

8:51AM: approaching anchorage off Iguik on various courses.

9:15AM: anchored on the following bearings: red roofed building 74 T, L tan extreme left bluff 3 T

11:50AM: weighed anchor and proceeded on course 255

2:30PM: Commanding officer held weekly ships inspection.

12:12PM: cc 154

1:55PM: cc 97

2PM: 2:07 cc 44 approaching anchorage off Unalakleet. 2:10 anchored, church bearing 42 T, Iquik bearing 352 T

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

20.00: UNALAKLEEt, ALASKA


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19 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 63.57, Long -161.85


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off Unalakleet, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:35 Making preparations to get underway. 6:50 Streamed log Crew performed morning routine.

6:45AM: Underway on course 234

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condtions dry and normal.

11:00AM: cc 260

Merid to 4PM: 12:08 took in log 1:00 omitted quarters and drills; recreation. 1:30 the crew received their semi-monthly pay.

12:20PM: anchored on the following bearings: L tan at St. Michael 207 T., R tan of Stuart Island 288 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 6:10 Veered to 60 fathoms of port chain.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew. 10:10 Veered to 70 fathoms on port chain.

20.00: St. MichAeL, ALASKA


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20 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.07, Long -162.5


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before off St. Michael Bay.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 6:30 Making preparations to get underway. 6:45 Streamed log. Crew performed morning routine.

6:40AM: Underway on course 327

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday.

9:03AM: cc 329

11:00AM: cc 327

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Omitted quarters, sunday. 3:00 In log.

1PM: 1:07 cc 332 1:30 cc 32. Cape Darby light bearing 350 T dist 1.6 mi 1:42 cc 46

2:15PM: cc 23

3PM: 3:00 Approaching anchorage. 3:15 Anchored. R tan bluff at Elim bearing 42 T dist 10 mi.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.


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21 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.57, Long -162.3


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Norton Bay.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine. 6:25 Making preparations to get underway.

7:00AM: Underway on course 54

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 8:45 Medical and dental officers ashore. 11:15 Medical and dental officers aboard. 11:35 Prepared for getting underway.

8AM: 8:15 cc 338, Elim schoolhouse bearing 338 T. Continued approaching anchorage. 8:35 Anchored . Bluff east of village bearing 10 T, schoolhouse bearing 337 T

11:45AM: Underway on course 215

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; necessary work.

Noon: 12:25 cc 35 12:55 cc 215

2PM: 2:00 cc 225 2:30 steering various courses approaching anchorage north east of Cape Darby. 2:55 anchored on the following bearings: Abandoned house 279 T, Cape Carby 225 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew.


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22 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.38, Long -164.78


Mid to 4PM: Anchored as before in Norton Bay.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. 4:10 Making preparations to get underway. 4:30 Streamed log. Crew performed morning routine. Log is under reading 8 percent.

4AM: 4:20 Underway on course 180 4:40 cc 226

5AM: 5:35 cc 275 5:40 Cape Darby abeam to starboard dist 1 mi

7:30AM: cc 277

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

11:00AM: cc 280

Merid to 4AM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire and collision drill. No water used due to freezing temperature. Collision mat in place 3 minutes and 15 seconds. 2:32 In log. 3:15 Received one sack of mail for vessel.

2PM: 2:16 cc 317 2:30 cc 360, heading for east jetty. 2:32 Approaching anchorage various courses.

3:00PM: Anchored. East jetty bearing 353 T, Fort Davis bearing 88 T.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

20.00: Nome RoAdsteAd, ALASKA


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23 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.41


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:15 Medical Officer left for "Dellwood" to give medical assistance. 10:10 Medical officer returned.

11:00AM: Joseph P. Kalindowski (105-553) Y. 3c issued honorable discharge #A37750 this date due to expiration of regular enlistment, authority article 461 personnel instructions.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 omitted quarters and drills; cold weather.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before.

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to crew

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd, ALASKA


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24 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 64.48, Long -165.41


Mid to 4AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead. 3:45.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before in Nome Roadstead. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8AM to Merid: Joseph P. Kalindowski 105-553 Y. 3c reenlistd for a period of three years on a regular inlistment in accordance with Art. 4222 Personnel Instructions.

Merid to 4PM: Anchored as before. 1:00 Omitted quarters, necessary work.

1:30PM: Following named destitutes aboard for transportation to Seattle: F.J. Bollinger, Orgal Dever, R.J. Fagin, Charles Gray, Harry Lundquist, Wm Nielson, Charles Oleary, B.J. Reagan, and F.R. Stolph. Reference letter of U.S. Marshall, Nome, October 17, 1935.

4PM to 6PM: Anchored as before. 4:40 Making preparations to get underway. 5:00 Streamed log. Log is under reading 5 percent.

4:30PM: Chief Boatswain Thomas A. Ross reported on board for transportation to Seattle, Wash In accordance with Headquarters Letter 19 Aug. 1935. (P-72-220). John J. Ross (son of Thomas A. Ross) aboard for transportation to Seattle, Wash.

4:55PM: Underway on Course 203

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

Noon: Nome RoAdsteAd, ALASKA

1:30PM: Following named destitutes aboard for transportation to Seattle: F.J. Bollinger, Orgal Dever, R.J. Fagin, Charles Gray, Harry Lundquist, Wm Nielson, Charles Oleary, B.J. Reagan, and F.R. Stolph. F.J. Bollinger, Orgal Dever, R.J. Fagin, Charles Gray, Harry Lundquist, Wm Nielson, Charles Oleary, B.J. Reagan, and F.R. Stolph. Reference letter of U.S. Marshall, Nome, October 17, 1935. Reference letter of U.S. Marshall, Nome, October 17, 1935.


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25 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 61.68, Long -168


00.00: As before on course 201 enroute Unalaska.

4AM to 8AM: Log is under reading 5 percent. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve, found satisfactory.

1:00PM: omitted quarters and drills because of inclement weather.

4:00PM: cc 180

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.

11:29PM: cc 170


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26 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 57.88, Long -167.5


00.00: As before on course 170 enroute Unalaska.

Mid to 4AM: 3:26 Received radio distress signal. 3:30 Placed extra radioman on watch and manned radio direction finder.

4AM to 8AM: 4:09 Distress situation under control, secured extra radio watch. Crew performed morning routine. Log is under reading 4 percent.

8:00AM: cc 172

8AM to Merid: 10:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inspection of ship. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8AM to Merid: The enlistment of Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea 1c was extended, pending the arrival of the vessel in port. Auth. Art. 4635 (1) Personnel Instructions.

1:00PM: Omitted quarters, recreation.

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew. 10:00 slowed to 110 r.p.m. because of heavy head seas.


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27 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 55.38, Long -166.87


12:30AM: slowed to 105 rpm because of heavy seas.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine. 6:55 Reduced speed to 100 R.P.M. 7:38 Reduced speed to 95 R.P.M., because of rough sea. Log is under reading 5 percent.

8AM to Merid: Decreased speed to 90 r.p.m. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8AM to Merid: Wind blowing from south east by south with fresh gale force.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills; Sunday.

12:50PM: cc 167

1:12PM: cc 171

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.


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28 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.89, Long -166.53


Mid to 4AM: As before on course 171 T at 90 rpm on both engines enroute Unalaska.

4AM to 8AM: 6:15 In log. Crew performed morning routine. Log is under reading 5 percent.

5:00AM: cc 161

6AM: 6:10 cc 166 6:15 Standing various courses entering Unalaska Bay and Dutch Harbor.

7:50AM: Moored port side to fuel dock at Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

8AM to 4PM: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples, conditions normal. 9:00 began fueling and watering ship. 11:05 completed fueling and watering having received 11,463.0 gallons of fuel oil and 16,483 gallons of water. 2:00 made preparations for getting underway on both engines. 3:05 secured gyro compass. Suspended all unnecessary work and observed Navy Day, omitted dressing ship because of inclement weather and being underway.

8AM to 4PM: Maxwell Peters (108-328) Sea. 1c honorably discharged due to expiration of regular enlistment and extension thereof; issued honorable discharege #A42151 and paid in full to date.

2PM: 2:05 unmoored and stood over to Unalaska on various courses. 2:55 moored port side to to north face of A.C.Co. wharf at Unalaska.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed regular evening routine.

N: DutcH HARBoR, ALASKA

20.00: UNALASKA, ALASKA


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29 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to ACCo. wharf at Unalaska. Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. 11:50 Received commissary stores as per invoices from A.C.Co. Omitted quarters due to inclement weather.

9AM to 4PM: MAXWELL PETERS (108-328) Sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishement. Authority: Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. The following received dental treatment: Miss Carnelia Smith, nurse, Bureau of Indian Affairs; and Agusta Goldaff, native.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

9:15PM: MORGAN BELL (100-826) F 2/c placed on report for drunkenness on duty.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

9AM to 4PM: MAXWELL PETERS (108-328) Sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishement. Authority: Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. Authority: Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. The following received dental treatment: Miss Carnelia Smith, nurse, Bureau of Indian Affairs; and Agusta Goldaff, native. The following received dental treatment: Miss Carnelia Smith, nurse, Bureau of Indian Affairs; and Agusta Goldaff, native.


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30 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Co Dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Crew engaged in holystoning deck and general cleaning about ship. 1:00 Omitted quarters and drills account of inclement weather.

9AM to 4PM: 1:00 Held report mast case of Morgan Bell (100-826) F 2c charged with drunkenness on duty, awarded deck court. The following named persons received dental treatment on board ship: Mrs. Tecla White (wife of Dr. White, Bureau of Indian Affairs), Mrs. Webber, and Nillie Yatchminoff (native).

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

9AM to 4PM: 1:00 Held report mast case of Morgan Bell (100-826) F 2c charged with drunkenness on duty, awarded deck court. The following named persons received dental treatment on board ship: Mrs. Tecla White (wife of Dr. White, Bureau of Indian Affairs), The following named persons received dental treatment on board ship: Mrs. Tecla White (wife of Dr. White, Bureau of Indian Affairs), Mrs. Webber, and Nillie Yatchminoff (native). Mrs. Webber, and Nillie Yatchminoff (native).


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31 October 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Co. Wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew perfomed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water 30 seconds, water on all hoses 40 seconds. 1:25 Held infantry drill ashore. 2:00 Secured from infantry drill.

9AM to 4PM: Morgan Bell (100-826) F. 2c tried by deck court, of which Lieutenant E. K. Rhodes is deck court officer, on charge of drunkenness on duty. Sentenced to forfiet the sum of $10.00 from his pay and to perform twenty hours extra police duty. Commanding officer approved sentence this date. 1:30 John J. Ross left vessel for transportation via "Dellwood". Following received dental treatment aboard: Miss Cornelien Smith (nurse), Mrs Mary Weber (white), Manie Emmaloff (native), and Francis Mandagin (native).

3:00PM: "Penguin" stood in and moored to west side of dock.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

9AM to 4PM: Morgan Bell (100-826) F. 2c tried by deck court, of which Lieutenant E. K. Rhodes is deck court officer, on charge of drunkenness on duty. Sentenced to forfiet the sum of $10.00 from his pay and to perform twenty hours extra police duty. Commanding officer approved sentence Sentenced to forfiet the sum of $10.00 from his pay and to perform twenty hours extra police duty. Commanding officer approved sentence this date. this date. 1:30 John J. Ross left vessel for transportation via !Dellwood!. 1:30 John J. Ross left vessel for transportation via !Dellwood!. Following received dental treatment aboard: Miss Cornelien Smith (nurse), Mrs Mary Weber (white), Manie Emmaloff (native), Following received dental treatment aboard: Miss Cornelien Smith (nurse), Mrs Mary Weber (white), Manie Emmaloff (native), and Francis Mandagin (native). and Francis Mandagin (native).

3:00PM: !Penguin! stood in and moored to west side of dock.


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LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1935


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1 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to north face of dock at Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazine flood-cocks; conditions satisfactory. 2:30 the Commanding Officer made weekly inpsection of ship.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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2 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at A.C.Co. wharf at Unalaska. Crew performed the regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Crew performed Saturday routine. Omitted quarters recreation.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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3 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. wharf, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condtions dry and normal. Obsrved Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska Alaska


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4 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Co. dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM t 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condtions dry and normal. Crew engaged in chipping and painting. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resuscitation drills.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine. 8:52 received SOS. Manned direction finder, placed two operators on watch. 10:21 Secured distress watch: Vessel in east longitude. Distress handled by Russian station.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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5 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Alaska Commercial Company dock at Unalaska Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; condtions normal. 9:35 started one engine and made preparations for winding ship. 9:55 completed winding ship; moored starboard side to to north face of A.C.Co. wharf. 1:00 omitted quarters because of inclement weather. The crew received their semi-monthly pay. Crew engaged in painting and cleaning below decks.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed the regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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6 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. wharf. Crew performed the regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held fire drill followed by quarters. First water 40 seconds; water on all hose 1 minute and 30 seconds. 2:00 received stores from A.C.Co. for general mess as per invoice. Crew cleaning and painting below decks.

11:35AM: Mrs. Mary Webber (white) received dental treatment.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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7 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. wharf, Unalaska, Alaska Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Held quarters follwed by bag inspection. Crew engaged in scrubbing ship's sides and painting below deck.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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8 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Co. dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Inspected magazines flood cocks found satisfactory. Made biweekly tests of smokeless powder. 2:30 Held weekly ships inspection.

9AM to 4PM: Allin Shelby (100-081) CPhM restored to duty.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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9 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Alaska Commercial Company dock, Unalaska, Alaska. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Made Daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Omitted quarters and drills; recreation.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed regular evening routine.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska


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10 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.88, Long -166.53


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to A.C.Co. wharf at Unalaska. Crew performed the regular morning routine.

8:10AM: the M.S. NORTH STAR stood in and moored to west face of A.C.Co. wharf.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; coditions dry and normal. 11:00 Started gyro compass.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Lieut (j.g.) R.E. Morrell placed on sick report, off duty status due to dog bite. 1:20 August Holm, destitute, confined to sick bay, came on board for transportation to Seattle. 3:50 Herbert D krby came on board as guest of wardroom.

4PM to 6PM: Moored as before. 4:45 Held quarters. Made preparations to get underway. 5:10 Streamed log.

4:55PM: Unmoored, underway on various courses out of Unalaska Harbor.

5PM: 5:20 Set course 42 5:24 Ulakta Head Light abeeam to port dist 1.2 mi, cc 0. 5:40 cc 30

6:25PM: cc 43

7:30PM: cc 45

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

8:12PM: cc 71

9PM: 9:26 Akun head bearing 170 T, cc 91 9:35 cc 94 to allow for northerly set in Unimak Pass.

Noon: Unalaska, Alaska

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 Lieut (j.g.) R.E. Morrell placed on sick report, off duty status due to dog bite. 1:20 August Holm, destitute, confined to sick bay, came on board for transportation to Seattle. 1:20 August Holm, destitute, confined to sick bay, came on board for transportation to Seattle. 3:50 Herbert D krby came on board as guest of wardroom. 3:50 Herbert D krby came on board as guest of wardroom.


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11 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 55.13, Long -161.92


00.00: cc 90, enroute Unalaska to Seattle.

12:15AM: the S.S. NORTH WIND, the last commercial vessel from Nome, passed thru Unimak Pass into the Pacific Ocean preceding the NORTHLAND.

1:45AM: cc 72

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

6:20AM: cc 67

7:06AM: cc 40, Cape Pankoff Light bearing 307 T, dist 2 mi.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditons dry and normal. Crew performed holiday routine - Armistice Day.

8:24AM: Unga Island abeam, cc 50

9:39AM: Fox Island light abeam, cc 65 entering Deer Passage.

10:12AM: Morgan Pt. Light bearing 339 T, cc 83

11AM: 11:20 Inner Iliasik Light bearing 345 T, cc 50. 11:26 cc 348 11:51 Goloi Island Light bearing 90 T, cc 27 11:57 cc 0

1:00PM: omitted quarters and drills, Armistice Day.

12:20PM: Arch Pt. bearing 36 T, dist 1.2 mi., cc 63

1:54PM: Pinnacle Rks. bearing 345 T, cc 90

3:10PM: cc 60

4PM: 4:20 Unga Spit Light bearing 130 T, dist 2 mi cc 90 4:57 Gull Island abeam to starboard dist 1.3 mi, cc 135

5:00PM: In log

5PM: 5:08 cc 195. Entering Zachary Bay on various courses 5:30 Anchored in Zachary Bay, Unga Island, Alaska on the following true bearings. R tan Round Island 181, R tan Unga Island 326

6PM to 8PM: Anchored as before.

8PM to Mid: Anchored as before. Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

20.00: ZAchARy BAy, UNGA, ISL


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12 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 55.48, Long -159.65


Mid to 4PM: Anchored as before in Zachary Bay, Unga Island, Alaska.

4AM to 8AM: Anchored as before. Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Anchored as before. Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. 8:10 made preparations for getting underway. 8:25 Streamed log

8AM to Merid: Lieut. (j.g.) R.E. Morrel returned to duty from sick list.

8AM: 8:25 weighed anchor and stood out of Zachary Bay on course 25 8:44 Gull Is. bearing 270 T, dist 1.9 mi, cc 90 8:58 West Head bearing 175 T, dist 1.9 mi, cc 104

10:08AM: Cape Devine bearing 15 T, dist 1.2 mi., cc 66

1:00PM: Held quarter followed by signal and resucitation drill and small arms instruction.

3:52PM: R tan Mitrofania Island bearing 355 T, cc 56

7:00PM: Wind reached moderate gale force.

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew. 9:00 advanced ship's clocks twenty minutes.

8AM: ZAchARy BAy, UNGA, ISL.


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13 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 57.72, Long -154.67


Merid to 4AM: 1:00 Adanced clocks 20 minutes.

12:25AM: cc 41. R tan Foggy Cape bearing 296 T dist 11 mi.

4AM to 8AM: 5:00 Advanced clocks 20 minutes to Zone plus 10 time. Crew performed morning routine.

7:40AM: cc 35

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; condtions dry and normal.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters and drills, inclement weather.

Noon: cc 41

1PM: 1:00 cc 43 1:40 cc 55

3.05: examined log and restreamed. Underlogged 13.6 mi. from Foggy Cape to expiration of this watch.

4:00PM: cc 38

5:07PM: cc 37

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to the crew.

8PM to Mid: Wind moderate and fresh gale force.

10:40PM: cc 26

11PM: 11:15 cc 33 11:25 cc 60 North Cape of Ushagat I. bearing 104 T.

4PM: There is an asterisk at 4PM in the weather section. At the bottom of the distance column there is "* 13.6 examined log."


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14 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 59.38, Long -149.02


12:17AM: cc 90, R tan Ushagat Island bearing 203 T, dist 4.7 mi.

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4:30AM: cc 70

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water - 45 seconds; water on all hose - 1 minute and 5 seconds. Crew cleaning and painting below deck.

4:30PM: Cape Clear bearing 317 T, dist 10 mi, cc 65

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew.

9:50PM: Cape Hinchinbrook bearing 314 T, dist 21 mi, cc 114


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15 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 59.65, Long -141.73


00.00: As before off Cape Hinchinbrook on course 114

1:43AM: received radio bearing 125.5 from Cape Hinchinbrook.

2AM: 2:00 cc 95 2:25 sighted Cape St. Elias Light bearing 48 T dist 12.2 mi 2:57 cc 110 Cape St Elias bearing 21 T

3:14AM: cc 90

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples and weekly test of magazines flood-cocks; condtions normal.

Noon: cc 116

2:30PM: Commanding Officer held weekly ships inspection.

8PM to Mid: Issued 45 night rations to crew. 9:00 Set clocks ahead 20 minutes.

8PM: cc 122 8:40 cc 119

11:10PM: cc 117.5


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16 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 58.15, Long -135.25


00.00: As before on course 117 off Cape Fairweather.

1:00AM: Set clocks ahead 20 minutes.

2:40AM: Sighted Lituya Bay Light bearing 27.5 T, cc 122

3:00AM: cc 124

5:00AM: advanced ship's clocks twenty minutes.

4:40AM: sighted Cape Spencer light bearing 115 T

6AM: 6:27 cc 111 6:38 cc 90; Cape Spencer light bearing 65 T, dist 3.8 mi 6:57 cc 46, Cape Spencer bearing 350 T, dist 1.8 mi

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8:00AM: North Indian Passage Light bearing 166 T.

9:22AM: Lemesurier Island Light bearing 110 T dist 1 mi, cc 103

10:12AM: Pt. Adolphus Light bearing 180 T dist 1.1 mi, cc 119

9:22AM: The bearing to Lemesurier Island was transcribed as 110 T, but might be 180 T

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters - recreation.

1:17PM: cc 173 Pt Augusta bearing 242 T

2PM: 2:00 Stopped 2:09 Commenced steering various courses on one engine to anchorage to make repairs on main motor. 2:45 Anchored in Iyoukeen Bay with bearings: North Passage Pt. 148 T, R tan of bay 27 T

4PM to 6PM: 4:50 made prparations for getting underway. 5:00 Streamed log

5PM: 5:00 weighed anchor and stood out of Iyoukeen Bay on course 90; main motor having been repaired. 5:21 cc 135; North Passage Pt. on stbd. beam, dist 1.4 mi. 5:40 cc 173, South Passage Point light bearing 222 T, dist 4.8 mi

6PM to 8PM: standing down Chatham Strait

8PM to Mid: Issued 47 night rations to the crew.

10PM: 10:18 cc 138, Point Gardner light bearing 43 T, dist 19 mi 10:49 cc 53, Red Bluff Bay light bearing 224 T, dist 7.1 mi. Entered Frederick Sound.

8:00AM: North Inian Passage Light bearing 166 T.


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17 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 56.13, Long -132.75


00.00: As before in Frederick Sound on course 53

1:13AM: cc 107 with Turnabout Island Light bearing 180 T dist 2 mi

4:10AM: Cape Strait light bearing 215 T dist 1.5 mi, cc 141

5:50AM: In log

5AM: 5:05 cc 194, heading for entrance to Wrangell Narrows. 5:27 cc 14. Waiting for better visibility. 5:45 cc 194

6:05AM: Steering various courses passing through Wrangell Narrows.

8AM to Merid: 8:15 streamed log Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal. Observed Sunday routine.

8AM to Merid: The enlistment of Frank C. Moore 107-470 M.M. 2c extented pending arrival of vessel in port. Auth. Art. 4635(1) Personnel Inst.

8AM: 8:15 course 195 8:23 cc 169 8:36 cc 98 Pt. Alexander bearing 10 T, dist 1.0 mi

9AM: 9:20 cc 114, R tan Station Island bearing 0 T, dist 0.8 mi. 9:44 cc 135, L tan Vank Is. bearing 24 T, dist 1.6 mi

10AM: 10:00 cc 180, Neal Point bearing 0 T, dist 0.5 mi. 10:16 cc 188, South Craig Point bearing 270 T, dist 0.7 mi.

11AM: 11:20 cc 200, Steamer Point bearing 148 T, dist 1 mi 11:42 cc 168, Mariposa Rk. buoy bearing 90 T, dist 1.0 mi.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters - Sunday

12:26PM: Lincoln Rock bearing 60 T, dist 1.0 mi, cc 146

2:08PM: Narrow Pt. bearing 233 T, dist 2.2 mi, cc 155

3:41PM: Ship I. bearing 20 T, dist 2.4 mi, cc 120

4:13PM: cc 162. Standing down Clarence Strait.

6:35PM: cc 177, Point McCarty light bearing 93 T, dist 4.7 mi

8PM to Mid: Issued 47 night rations to crew.

8:42PM: Cape Chacon light bearing 237 T dist 8.5 mi, cc 101

10:27PM: cc 90. Barren Island light abeam to port dist .7 mi

11:35PM: cc 102


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18 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 53.27, Long -128.87


00.00: 12:10 cc 141 12:54 cc 174

1AM: 1:14 Green I bearing 75 T cc 151 1:31 cc 164

2:44AM: Lucy I bearing 210 T cc 146

3:30AM: cc 152

4AM to 8AM: Crew performed morning routine.

4AM: 4:20 cc 123, Lawyer Is. light bearing 45 T, dist .8 mi 4:42 cc 155, White beacon bearing 245 T, dist .7 mi 4:50 cc 143, R tan Hammer Is. bearing 90 T, dist .4 mi.

5AM: 5:03 cc 166, Herbert Is. light bearing 230 T, dist .4 mi 5:45 cc 113; Watson Rk. bearing 30 T, dist .7 mi. Entered Grenville Channel and stood various mid-channel courses for the remainder of watch.

8AM to Merid: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal.

8:44AM: James Pt. abeam to port.

10AM: 10:03 Yolk Pt. abeam to starboard. 10:06 Camp Pt. abeam to port, cc 118. Crossing Wright Sound 10:48 Pt. Cumming abeam to port, cc 82

11AM: 11:08 cc 97 11:37 Slowly cc round Kingcombe Pt. to course 147. Standing down Frazer Reach.

Merid to 4PM: Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

Noon: 12:40 Commenced steering various courses rounding Warke Island. 12:51 Various courses, entering Graham Reach

2:24PM: Various courses, entering Tolmie Channel

3PM: 3:50 Standing out of North Pasage. 3:55 set course to 167

4PM: Standing down Finlayson Channel on various mid-channel courses 4:30 cc 215, Jorkins Pt. light bearing 240 T, dist 1.7 mi. Entered Millbanke Sound.

5PM: 5:13 cc 196; Vancouver Rk. bearing 180 T, dist 3.0 mi 5:38 cc 135; Vancouver Rk. bearing 45 T, dist 1.u7 mi

6PM: 6:10 Robb Pt. bearing 73 T dist 1 mi, cc 103 6:41 Idol Pt. bearing 127 T dist 1 mi, cc 107

7PM: 7:11 Dall Rocks buoy abeam close aboard cc 133 7:24 Dryad Pt. abeam dist .5 mi, cc 225 standing down Lama passage. 7:35 R tan Saunders Island bearing 90 T, cc 196. Continued on various courses down Lama passage.

8PM to Mid: 9:00 Advanced ship's clocks 20 minutes. Issued 47 night rations to the crew.

8PM: 8:03 cc 110; Camp Is. bearing 27 T, dist .5 mi 8:20 cc 78; R tan Cliff Bluff bearing 40 T dist 0.75 mi 8:34 cc 114; Serpent Point bearing 180 T, dist .2 mi 8:50 cc 180; Pointer Is. light bearing 276 T, dist 1.0 mi. Entered Fitzhugh Sound

10:59PM: cc 164, Keep Point bearing 280 T, dist 2 mi

11:41PM: cc 173 Addenbrooke Is. light on port beam, dist .6 mi

4PM: Standing down Finlayson Channel on various mid-channel courses 4:50 cc 215, Jorkins Pt. light bearing 240 T, dist 1.7 mi. Entered Millbanke Sound.


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19 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 50.38, Long -125.82


1:00AM: Set clocks ahead 20 minutes.

12:35AM: Clark Point bearing 257 T dist 1.8 Mi, cc 185 entered Queen Charlotte Sound.

2:00AM: Egg Island Light bearing 78 T, cc 164

3:43AM: Pine Island Light bearing 20 T cc 135

3:43AM: The logkeeper entered a course change to 133 pgc and 155 T. The initial entry at 4:00AM was 133 pgc and 135 T, so I transcribed the course change as 135.

5AM: Advanced clocks 20 minutes.

4AM: 4:30 Point Scarlet bearing 235 T dist 1 mi, cc 200 standing through Christie Passage. 4:40 cc 178 4:49 Noble Island light bearing 50 T dist .5 mi, cc 112

5:52AM: Masterman Island bearing 200 T dist .5 mi, cc 128

6:04AM: cc 133

7AM: 7:03 Pulteney Pt abeam to port, cc 100 7:30 R tan Haddington Island bearing 207 T, cc 118 7:58 cc 99

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazines and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8:19AM: cc 110; L tan Hanson Island abeam to port, dist 1 mi

9:10AM: cc 94, Cracroft Island bearing 3 T, dist 0.5 mi

10AM: 10:15 cc 101; L tan Broken Island bearing 332 T, dist 0.25 mi 10:58 cc 123 L tan Milly Island bearing 359 T, dist 0.75 mi

11AM: 11:42 cc 107; Salmon River Bluff bearing 228 T, dist 0.8 mi 11:56 cc 89; Helmcken Island light bearing 358 T, dist 0.4 mi. Entered Race Passage in Johnstone Strait.

Merid to 4PM: 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water - 35 seconds. Water on all hoses - 55 seconds. 2:35 Took in log.

1:45PM: Commenced steering various courses in Discovery Passage.

2:45PM: Commenced steering various courses approaching anchorage.

3:00PM: Anchored in Plumper Bay. R tan 247 T; Conspicuous Bolder 97 %; L tan Separation Head 331 T

4PM to 8PM: Anchored as before. 5:45 Made preparations for getting underway. 6:28 Streamed log.

5:55PM: Underway on course 282, standing out of Plumper Bay.

6PM: 6:00 Changed to various courses standing down Seymour Narrows. 6:15 Maude Island light abeam to port. 6:28 Continued on various courses until abeam Race Pt. then changed course to starboard. 6:58 On course 157

7PM: 7:07 cc 160 7:17 Cape Mudge abeam to port, cc 135

8PM to Mid: Issued 47 night rations to the crew.

11:43PM: cc 120; Sea Egg Rocks bearing 33, dist 0.6 mi


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20 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.93, Long -122.53


3:23AM: Thick fog set in, reduced speed to standard

00.00: As before on course 120 in Strait of Georgia.

1:31AM: Ballenas Is. Light abeam to starbaord, dist 0.8 mi

2AM: 2:04 Entrance Is. Light abeam to starboard, dist 1.5 mi 2:45 Thrasher Rock Light bearing 220 T, cc 130

5AM: 5:05 cc 126 5:17 cc 130 5:55 cc 180, heading down Boundary Pass

6:11AM: East Pt bearing 280 T dist 1.5 mi, cc 241

7AM: 7:06 cc 165, Turn Point abeam to port dist 0.5 mi 7:42 Kellet Bluff abeam to port dist 0.3 mi

8AM to Merid: Made daily inspection of magazine and S.P. samples; conditions normal.

8:08AM: cc 142; Lime Kiln light bearing 60 T, dist 1 mi

10:24AM: cc 135; Partridge Point buoy bearing 30 T, dist 1.9 mi

11AM: 11:02 cc 156; Marrowstone Point bearing 235 T, dist 1.0 mi 11:50 cc 135; Double Bluff buoy bearing 90 T, dist 1.1 mi.

12:25PM: Exchanged calls with ATALANTA. 2:20 MORRIS moored alongside.

Merid to 4PM: Issued honorable discharge A 42152 to FRANK C. MOORE (107-470) M.M. 2/c due to expiration of regular enlistment and extension thereof. Paid in full to date. Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions. 2:40 The following destitutes left the ship having received transportation from Nome, Alaska: August Holm, F.J. Ballinger, Argel Dover, R.J. Fagin, Charles Gray, Harry Lundquist.

Noon: 12:10 Point No Point abeam to starboard, dist 0.8 mi, c 162 12:43 Apple Cove Pt. bearing 270 T dist 0.9 mi, cc 178

1PM: 1:38 West Point bearing 40 T, dist 1.1 mi, cc 145 1:56 Four Mile Rock abeam to port commenced steering various courses approaching dock.

2:20PM: Moored port side to south face of Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington.

1:40PM: Took in log.

20.00: Seattle, Wash

Merid to 4PM: William Nielsen, Charles O Leary, B.J. Regan, and F.R. Stolf, Herbert D. Kirby, guest of wardroom, left the ship. 3:30 Gunner Ellis F. Groolin reported aboard for duty in accordance with Headquarters Letter 9 August 1935 (72-531)

Merid to 4PM: 2:45 Granted liberty to one watch until 10:00 A.M. November 22. 2:15 Held quarters, omitted drills due to necessary work.

4:30PM: P.A.D. Surgeon Charles B. Galt, U.S.P.H.S. left the vessel to resume his duties at U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle, Wash. Surgeon General letter 26 March 2935.


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21 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9PM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed regular morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 1:00 Omitted quarters and drills account of necessary work. 3:00 Received from C.G. Depot one rifle and 2 bundles targets on Governemnt bill lading #293250.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 MAchinist Felix G. Gebauer reported aboard for duty in accordance with verbal orders Commander Seattle Division and officer in charge ARCATA letter 1 Nov. 1935 (72) MAchinist Felix G. Gebauer received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital Seattle, Wash. 1:00 Eugene A. Gillis (A. Surgeon R.) U.S.P.H.S. left the vessel to resume his duties at U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle, Wash. Surgeon General letter 23 April 1935. 1:00 SheLdoN N. PARMLey (108-158) C.G.M. reported aboard for temporary duty from the Chelan Commander Seattle Division letter 24 Oct. 1935 (PR - 73 - 708). 1:00 JosE del PAting (108-193) M. Att 1c reported aboard for duty from the chelan. Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter 29 Dept. 1935 (73-701). 1:15 the following named men departed on leave granted by the Commanding Officer as listed below: Jos. E Pellerin (103-269) C.Mo.M.M., 30 days; DonAld W. Younce (208-114) SeA 1c, 30 days; George W. Bennett (208-048) P.M. 2c, 37 days; GeoRGe E. MontgomeRy (208-246) SeA. 1c, 20 days; EdwArd LARsen (106-136) C.M. 1c, 30 days; FRANK M. SHEFFER (109-412) SeA 1c, 19 days; GeoRGe SAboL (109-094) R.M. 1c, 5 days; MAthew McNaMARA (107-115) M.M. 2c, 30 days; ALbeRt D. Henskey (104-811) E.M. 1c, 30 days; Edmund H. KobiALkA (202-034) F 1c, 30 days; HenRy D. WALkeR (217-325) F. 3c, 30 days; WiLLiAm EnRiquez (217-318) M.Att 3c, 30 days; Domingo O. TAGud (217-014) M.att. 2c 30 days; GeoRGe T. FeRReiRA (208-294) F 3c 30 days; MAXweLL PeteRs (108-328) SeA. 1c, 40 days and 10 days travel time; BRAdy HostEtteR (208-189) SeA 1c 30 days and 3 days travel time and EdWin M. ALLin (100-454) Cox. 40 days and 8 days travel time FRANK C. MooRe (107-470) M.M. 2c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 9:30 MAchinist Felix G. Gebauer reported aboard for duty in accordance with verbal orders Commander Seattle Division and officer in charge ARCATA letter 1 Nov. 1935 (72) ARCATA letter 1 Nov. 1935 (72) MAchinist Felix G. Gebauer received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital Seattle, Wash. MAchinist Felix G. Gebauer received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital Seattle, Wash. 1:00 Eugene A. Gillis (A. Surgeon R.) U.S.P.H.S. left the vessel to resume his duties at U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle, Wash. Surgeon General 1:00 Eugene A. Gillis (A. Surgeon R.) U.S.P.H.S. left the vessel to resume his duties at U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle, Wash. Surgeon General letter 23 April 1935. letter 23 April 1935. 1:00 SheLdoN N. PARMLey (108-158) C.G.M. reported aboard for temporary duty from the Chelan Commander Seattle Division letter 24 Oct. 1935 1:00 SheLdoN N. PARMLey (108-158) C.G.M. reported aboard for temporary duty from the Chelan Commander Seattle Division letter 24 Oct. 1935 (PR - 73 - 708). 1:00 JosE del PAting (108-193) M. Att 1c reported aboard for duty from the chelan. Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter 29 Dept. 1935 1:00 JosE del PAting (108-193) M. Att 1c reported aboard for duty from the chelan. Commander Bering Sea Patrol Force letter 29 Dept. 1935 (73-701). 1:15 the following named men departed on leave granted by the Commanding Officer as listed below: 1:15 the following named men departed on leave granted by the Commanding Officer as listed below: Jos. E Pellerin (103-269) C.Mo.M.M., 30 days; DonAld W. Younce (208-114) SeA 1c, 30 days; Jos. E Pellerin (103-269) C.Mo.M.M., 30 days; DonAld W. Younce (208-114) SeA 1c, 30 days; George W. Bennett (208-048) P.M. 2c, 37 days; GeoRGe E. MontgomeRy (208-246) SeA. 1c, 20 days; George W. Bennett (208-048) P.M. 2c, 37 days; GeoRGe E. MontgomeRy (208-246) SeA. 1c, 20 days; EdwArd LARsen (106-136) C.M. 1c, 30 days; FRANK M. SHEFFER (109-412) SeA 1c, 19 days; EdwArd LARsen (106-136) C.M. 1c, 30 days; FRANK M. SHEFFER (109-412) SeA 1c, 19 days; GeoRGe SAboL (109-094) R.M. 1c, 5 days; MAthew McNaMARA (107-115) M.M. 2c, 30 days; GeoRGe SAboL (109-094) R.M. 1c, 5 days; MAthew McNaMARA (107-115) M.M. 2c, 30 days; ALbeRt D. Henskey (104-811) E.M. 1c, 30 days; Edmund H. KobiALkA (202-034) F 1c, 30 days; ALbeRt D. Henskey (104-811) E.M. 1c, 30 days; Edmund H. KobiALkA (202-034) F 1c, 30 days; HenRy D. WALkeR (217-325) F. 3c, 30 days; WiLLiAm EnRiquez (217-318) M.Att 3c, 30 days; HenRy D. WALkeR (217-325) F. 3c, 30 days; WiLLiAm EnRiquez (217-318) M.Att 3c, 30 days; Domingo O. TAGud (217-014) M.att. 2c 30 days; GeoRGe T. FeRReiRA (208-294) F 3c 30 days; Domingo O. TAGud (217-014) M.att. 2c 30 days; GeoRGe T. FeRReiRA (208-294) F 3c 30 days; MAXweLL PeteRs (108-328) SeA. 1c, 40 days and 10 days travel time; MAXweLL PeteRs (108-328) SeA. 1c, 40 days and 10 days travel time; BRAdy HostEtteR (208-189) SeA 1c 30 days and 3 days travel time and BRAdy HostEtteR (208-189) SeA 1c 30 days and 3 days travel time and EdWin M. ALLin (100-454) Cox. 40 days and 8 days travel time EdWin M. ALLin (100-454) Cox. 40 days and 8 days travel time FRANK C. MooRe (107-470) M.M. 2c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment. FRANK C. MooRe (107-470) M.M. 2c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment.


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22 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning routine. Received Commissary Stores as per invoices from Hollywood Milk Co., Ryan Fruit Co, and Carstens Packing Co.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Made biweekly test of smokeless powder, conditions satisfactory. Tested magazine flood clock, satisfactory. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Armour and Company Stores, Washington Creamery Company, Pioneer Fruit Company, Kellog Sales, Crenshaw and Bloxom, and Purity Ice Cream, Inc. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to starboard watch to expire 10:00 am Sunday 24 November 1935. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Service Fruit Company, and Safeway Stores. 2:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ship's inspection.

9AM to 4PM: Following left on leave granted by Commanding Officer: Leoncis Zamora (111-337) M.Att. 1c 30 days Paul Lybrand (106-575) cox 30 days 1:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c transferred in accordance with reference (A) headquarters letter 28 September 1935, P.R. 73-701 and Commanding Officer Northland letter 22 November 1935, 73. Chief Boatswain Thomas A Ross detached and transferred to Seattle Division in accordance with Commandants letter 19 August 1935 P. 72-220. second indorsement Commander thirteenth district 26 August 1935. 3:25 Chief Boatswain Thomas A Ross reported aboard in accordance with Commander Seattle Division letter 22 November 1935, 72. from Seattle Division.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: Following left on leave granted by Commanding Officer: Leoncis Zamora (111-337) M.Att. 1c 30 days Leoncis Zamora (111-337) M.Att. 1c 30 days Paul Lybrand (106-575) cox 30 days Paul Lybrand (106-575) cox 30 days 1:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c transferred in accordance with reference (A) headquarters letter 28 September 1935, P.R. 73-701 and Commanding Officer Northland 1:00 Daniel Sullivan (208-115) Sea 1c transferred in accordance with reference (A) headquarters letter 28 September 1935, P.R. 73-701 and Commanding Officer Northland letter 22 November 1935, 73. letter 22 November 1935, 73. Chief Boatswain Thomas A Ross detached and transferred to Seattle Division in accordance with Commandants letter 19 August 1935 P. 72-220. second indorsement Chief Boatswain Thomas A Ross detached and transferred to Seattle Division in accordance with Commandants letter 19 August 1935 P. 72-220. second indorsement Commander thirteenth district 26 August 1935. Commander thirteenth district 26 August 1935. 3:25 Chief Boatswain Thomas A Ross reported aboard in accordance with Commander Seattle Division letter 22 November 1935, 72. from Seattle Division. 3:25 Chief Boatswain Thomas A Ross reported aboard in accordance with Commander Seattle Division letter 22 November 1935, 72. from Seattle Division.


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23 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at foot of Charles Street. Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Company.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. Omitted quarters - recreation.

9AM to 4PM: COOPER, WILLIAM L (102-295) B.M. 1/c issued honorable discharge #A42153 on this date upon expiration of regular enlistment. Paid in full. Authority: Article 461, Personnel Instructions. 10:00 Lieut. (j.g.) C.C. KNAPP reported on board for duty from the Chelan. Authority: Verbal orders, Commander, Seattle Division, 23 November 1935-73-Chelan. 11:00 ROBINSON, LOREN S (108-915) Sea 1/c reported on board for duty from the Guard. Reference: Seattle Division Letter 21 November 1935 (73). 3:00 Ensign G.O. OLSON transported to CALYPSO for duty and departed on 10 days' leave enroute. Authority: Headquarters Letters 22 July 1935 (P-71-531) and 7 October 1935 (P-71).

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: COOPER, WILLIAM L (102-295) B.M. 1/c issued honorable discharge #A42153 on this date upon expiration of regular enlistment. Paid in full. Authority: Article 461, Personnel Instructions. Paid in full. Authority: Article 461, Personnel Instructions. 10:00 Lieut. (j.g.) C.C. KNAPP reported on board for duty from the Chelan. Authority: Verbal orders, Commander, Seattle Division, 10:00 Lieut. (j.g.) C.C. KNAPP reported on board for duty from the Chelan. Authority: Verbal orders, Commander, Seattle Division, 23 November 1935-73-Chelan. 23 November 1935-73-Chelan. 11:00 ROBINSON, LOREN S (108-915) Sea 1/c reported on board for duty from the Guard. Reference: Seattle Division Letter 11:00 ROBINSON, LOREN S (108-915) Sea 1/c reported on board for duty from the Guard. Reference: Seattle Division Letter 21 November 1935 (73). 21 November 1935 (73). 3:00 Ensign G.O. OLSON transported to CALYPSO for duty and departed on 10 days' leave enroute. Authority: Headquarters 3:00 Ensign G.O. OLSON transported to CALYPSO for duty and departed on 10 days' leave enroute. Authority: Headquarters Letters 22 July 1935 (P-71-531) and 7 October 1935 (P-71). Letters 22 July 1935 (P-71-531) and 7 October 1935 (P-71).


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24 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. Recieved commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co. Crew performed Sunday morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: COOPER, WILLIAM L (102-295) B.M. 1/c reenlisted this date in regular establishment for a period of three years.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. 10:00 Granted liberty to two sections of crew to expire 8:00 am tomorrow. Observed Sunday Routine. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co.

2:30PM: Lieutenant Commander C.H. Hilton transferred to Coast Guard Training Station, New London, Conn. Granted one months leave enroute. Authority Headquarters' Letter 19 July 1935 (P-71-531).

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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25 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Performed morning routine. Received commissary stores from Western Dairy Products as per invoices. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Dairy. 1:00 Held quarters followed by genral quarters and gun drill.

9AM to 4PM: Machinist F.G. Gebauer received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea 1c transferred to GUARD in accordance with letter Seattle Division 21 November 1935 (73) and letter Commanding Officer Northland 25 November 1935 (73). Raymond Kim (105-695) C.B.M. left on 12 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Carl H. Schengal (109-240) Y 2c for improper performance of duty, and awarded one weeks restriction to vessel.

4PM to Mid: Granted liberty to sections A and C until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

00.00: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: Machinist F.G. Gebauer received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea 1c transferred to GUARD in accordance with letter Seattle Division 21 November 1935 (73) and Frank M. Smith (208-027) Sea 1c transferred to GUARD in accordance with letter Seattle Division 21 November 1935 (73) and letter Commanding Officer Northland 25 November 1935 (73). letter Commanding Officer Northland 25 November 1935 (73). Raymond Kim (105-695) C.B.M. left on 12 days leave granted by commanding officer. Raymond Kim (105-695) C.B.M. left on 12 days leave granted by commanding officer. 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Carl H. Schengal (109-240) Y 2c for improper performance of duty, 11:00 Commanding Officer held mast in the case of Carl H. Schengal (109-240) Y 2c for improper performance of duty, and awarded one weeks restriction to vessel. and awarded one weeks restriction to vessel.


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26 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock Seattle, Wash. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Performed morning routine. 7:20 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. Received Chris Craft boat #4823 and equipment for motor boat from Chelan. Shipped one sack (37K'35) and one box (137K'35) to Museum of Vert. Zoology, Berkley, Calif. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. Time: first water - 1 minute; water on all hose 1 minute, 10 seconds. Received commisary stores as per invoices from Sailor Jack's Bakery, and Safeway Stores, Inc. Crew engaged in cleaning and painting above and below decks.

9AM to 4PM: 1:00 Carpenter J.H. CHAGNOT departed on one (1) day's leave granted by Commanding Officer. SEMLER, McLELLEN A. (109-309) S.C 1/c departed on ten (10) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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27 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Held boat drill. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Western Dairy Co and Pacific Fruit and Produce Co.

8:00AM: Liberty party returned on time except RUFF, EARL L. (109-074) E.M 1/c who is now absent over leave.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, dry, conditions normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from the following: Washington Creamery Co, Pioneer Fruit Co., Purity Ice Cream Co., Sevino Fruit Co. 1:00 Held quarters, followed by Collision & man over-board drill, time for matt in place 3 Min & 35 seconds, time to pick up buoy 2 Min. & 45 seconds 2:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 10:00 am tomorrow. Crew engaged in cleaning and ~~~~ing about decks, and moving stores onto wharf.

9AM to 4PM: 9:10 Sabol, George (109-094) R.M 1c returned on time from five days authorized leave. 11:45 Russ George A. (108-147) MoM 1c issued Honorable Discharge No A-42154 on this date, due Expiration of Regular enlistment. Paid in full, authority Article 461. Personnel Instructions. 2:20 Ellingwood, Thomas F. (103-256) C.R.M departed on 40 days on authorized leave.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 Chelan unmoored and stood out of Harbor. 11:45 Allantic stood ~~u moored.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

4PM to Mid: 5:35 Ruff Earl S. (109-074) C.M 1c returned on board, having been absent over-leave nine hours and thirty five minutes. 9:40 Jackson Edward W, (101-161) ~.M. 2c reported on board for duty, from the Alert, Authority Seattle Division letter, 6 August 1935 (73-6701)

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: 9:10 Sabol, George (109-094) R.M 1c returned on time from five days authorized leave. 11:45 Russ George A. (108-147) MoM 1c issued Honorable Discharge No A-42154 on this date, due Expiration of Regular enlistment. Paid in full, 11:45 Russ George A. (108-147) MoM 1c issued Honorable Discharge No A-42154 on this date, due Expiration of Regular enlistment. Paid in full, authority Article 461. Personnel Instructions. authority Article 461. Personnel Instructions. 2:20 Ellingwood, Thomas F. (103-256) C.R.M departed on 40 days on authorized leave. 2:20 Ellingwood, Thomas F. (103-256) C.R.M departed on 40 days on authorized leave.


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28 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before. at Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning routine. 7:15 Received commissary stores, as per invoice from Western Dairy.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples condition dry and normal. 9:40 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Inc. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to A and C sections until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores as per invoice for general mess from Mrs. Wickman's. 1:00 Omitted quarters, thanksgiving.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 George A. Reuss (108-747) reenlisted this date as MoMM 1c for a period of 3 years in regular enlistment Authority article 4222 personnel instructions. 11:45 Carpenter Joseph H. Chagont reported aboard from 1 days leave of absence. Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255) Sea 1c placed on sick list.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 George A. Reuss (108-747) reenlisted this date as MoMM 1c for a period of 3 years in regular enlistment Authority article 4222 personnel instructions. article 4222 personnel instructions. 11:45 Carpenter Joseph H. Chagont reported aboard from 1 days leave of absence. 11:45 Carpenter Joseph H. Chagont reported aboard from 1 days leave of absence. Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255) Sea 1c placed on sick list. Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255) Sea 1c placed on sick list.


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29 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: Thomas O. Weitzeil (208-255) Sea removed from sick list.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Commanding Officer held ship's inspection. Tested flood cocks, found satisfactory. Division Commander, Chief of Staff and Engineer inspected ship. 1:20 Delivered 15 empty gasoline drums to Shell Oil Co. 1:30 Received deck and engineer stores as per invoices from Coast Guard Store Alameda, Calif. Crew engaged in handling stores and cleaning storerooms.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 REUSS, GEORGE A (108-747) MoMM 1/c departed on 30 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. SOFIE, TONY P (116-870) BM 2/c departed on 7 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 10:05 Ensign E.V. Carlson reported on board for duty from Atalanta in accordance with Headquarters Letter 22 July 1935 (P71-53) 10:15 SABOL, GEORGE (109-094) B.M 1/c departed for inpatient treatment, U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle Wash. 12:00 RUFF, EARL L (109-074) E.M 1/c awarded punishment of seven (7) days' restriction for being absent over leave on 27 November, at mast held by Commanding Officer.

11AM: 11:00 GUARD alongside, received 5 drums of gasoline. 11:40 Guard departed.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to two sections until 8:00 am tomorrow.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 10:00 REUSS, GEORGE A (108-747) MoMM 1/c departed on 30 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. SOFIE, TONY P (116-870) BM 2/c departed on 7 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. SOFIE, TONY P (116-870) BM 2/c departed on 7 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 10:05 Ensign E.V. Carlson reported on board for duty from Atalanta in accordance with Headquarters Letter 22 July 1935 (P71-53) 10:05 Ensign E.V. Carlson reported on board for duty from Atalanta in accordance with Headquarters Letter 22 July 1935 (P71-53) 10:15 SABOL, GEORGE (109-094) B.M 1/c departed for inpatient treatment, U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle Wash. 10:15 SABOL, GEORGE (109-094) B.M 1/c departed for inpatient treatment, U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle Wash. 12:00 RUFF, EARL L (109-074) E.M 1/c awarded punishment of seven (7) days' restriction for being absent over leave on 27 November, at mast held by Commanding Officer. 12:00 RUFF, EARL L (109-074) E.M 1/c awarded punishment of seven (7) days' restriction for being absent over leave on 27 November, at mast held by Commanding Officer.


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30 November 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Received from Western Dairy Products Co., Purity Ice Cream Co. and Safeway Stores subsistence stores as per invoice for the general mess. 10:00 Held general muster and personnel inspection by the commanding officer. 11:00 Granted liberty to two sections of the crew until 10:00 AM tomorrow.

9AM to 4PM: Awarded at general muster good conduct medals to the following men: KALINOWSKI, JOSEPH P. (105-553) y 3/c, FULLER, HERCULES A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c and RAMIREZ, LUIS (100-226) OFF.STD 1/c. 11:30 KENNAN K BROWN (101-377) C.Ph.M reported aboard for temporary duty pending arrival of the CHELAN, authority Seattle Division Indorsement (3) on leave papers Nov. 30, 1935.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Carried out evening routine.

5:25PM: MORRIS stodd in and moored to wharf.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: Awarded at general muster good conduct medals to the following men: KALINOWSKI, JOSEPH P. (105-553) y 3/c, FULLER, HERCULES A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c and RAMIREZ, LUIS (100-226) OFF.STD 1/c. KALINOWSKI, JOSEPH P. (105-553) y 3/c, FULLER, HERCULES A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c and RAMIREZ, LUIS (100-226) OFF.STD 1/c. 11:30 KENNAN K BROWN (101-377) C.Ph.M reported aboard for temporary duty pending arrival of the CHELAN, authority 11:30 KENNAN K BROWN (101-377) C.Ph.M reported aboard for temporary duty pending arrival of the CHELAN, authority Seattle Division Indorsement (3) on leave papers Nov. 30, 1935. Seattle Division Indorsement (3) on leave papers Nov. 30, 1935.


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LOGS FOR DECEMBER 1935


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1 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before port side to alongside Wharf at foot of CHARLES ST, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. 6:30 Called all hands and carried out morning orders. 7:15 Received from Western Dairy Products Co subsistence stores for the general mess as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington. 10:00 Liberty Granted to A and C sections until 0800 am tomorrow, Liberty party returned on time. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Assignment of men for Mess Cook duty: Bill, Morgan (100-826) F. 2-c. Buzbee, John B. Jr. (217-316) Sea 2-c. Wilson, Fred C. (217-324) Sea 2-c. and Thactchu, Holly W. (217-322) Sea. 2-c. 11:10 Sabol, George (109-094) R.M. 1c. returned from U.S. Marine Hospital. 12:20 Stovall, Ned L. (109-995) C.Q.M. departed on thirty days authorized Leave.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before, carried out evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Assignment of men for Mess Cook duty: Bill, Morgan (100-826) F. 2-c. Buzbee, John B. Jr. (217-316) Sea 2-c. Wilson, Fred C. (217-324) Sea 2-c. and Thactchu, Holly W. (217-322) Sea. 2-c. Wilson, Fred C. (217-324) Sea 2-c. and Thactchu, Holly W. (217-322) Sea. 2-c. 11:10 Sabol, George (109-094) R.M. 1c. returned from U.S. Marine Hospital. 11:10 Sabol, George (109-094) R.M. 1c. returned from U.S. Marine Hospital. 12:20 Stovall, Ned L. (109-995) C.Q.M. departed on thirty days authorized Leave. 12:20 Stovall, Ned L. (109-995) C.Q.M. departed on thirty days authorized Leave.


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2 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street dock, Seattle washington. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: 8:25 Parmley, Sheldon N. (108-158) C.G.M Ruff, Earl S. (109-074) C.M. 1c, Howley, William A. (105-785) Sea 2c. to U.S. Marine Hospital for Out-Patient treatment. 8:30 Brown, Kerman K. (101-377) C.Ph.M. to U.S. Marine Hospital for Out-Patient treatment.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Inc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and resucitation drill.

9AM to 4PM: Kerman K. Brown (101-377) C.Ph.M. received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:40 William A. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c and James F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c departed on 2 days leave granted by commanding officer. Sheldon N Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Earl S. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c, and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c returned from outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 3:15 Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. left on 30 days leave and 3 days travel time granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow.

5:25PM: C.G. patrol boat MORRIS stood in and moored.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

Mid to 9AM: 8:25 Parmley, Sheldon N. (108-158) C.G.M Ruff, Earl S. (109-074) C.M. 1c, Howley, William A. (105-785) Sea 2c. to U.S. Marine Hospital for Out-Patient treatment. U.S. Marine Hospital for Out-Patient treatment. 8:30 Brown, Kerman K. (101-377) C.Ph.M. to U.S. Marine Hospital for Out-Patient treatment. 8:30 Brown, Kerman K. (101-377) C.Ph.M. to U.S. Marine Hospital for Out-Patient treatment.

9AM to 4PM: Kerman K. Brown (101-377) C.Ph.M. received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:40 William A. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c and James F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c departed on 2 days leave granted by commanding officer. 10:40 William A. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c and James F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c departed on 2 days leave granted by commanding officer. Sheldon N Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Earl S. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c, and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c returned from outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. Sheldon N Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Earl S. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c, and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c returned from outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 3:15 Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. left on 30 days leave and 3 days travel time granted by commanding officer. 3:15 Carlton R. Phillips (107-599) C.Y. left on 30 days leave and 3 days travel time granted by commanding officer.


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3 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

6:00AM: MORRIS stood out.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Purity Ice Cream Co, Safeway Stores. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. Time for first water - 50 seconds, water on all hoses - 1 minutes and 20 seconds. Received sailing launch #2993 from Chelan. 2:10 Sent 6 boxes and 1 tusk to Natural History Museum, San Diego, Calif.

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Telquist, Clark O. (217-183) F 1/c reported on board for duty from the Guard in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 3 December 1935. Allen, Shelby (100-081) C.Ph.M. departed on 40 days' leave granted by Commanding Officer. 2:00 Brown, Kerman K (101-377) C.Ph.M. transferred to Chelan having completed temporary duty on board.

9AM to 4PM: 12:45 Chelan stood in and moored. 1:35 Redwing stood in and moored alongside.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to sections B and C until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Telquist, Clark O. (217-183) F 1/c reported on board for duty from the Guard in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 3 December 1935. Allen, Shelby (100-081) C.Ph.M. departed on 40 days' leave granted by Commanding Officer. Allen, Shelby (100-081) C.Ph.M. departed on 40 days' leave granted by Commanding Officer. 2:00 Brown, Kerman K (101-377) C.Ph.M. transferred to Chelan having completed temporary duty on board. 2:00 Brown, Kerman K (101-377) C.Ph.M. transferred to Chelan having completed temporary duty on board.


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4 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Coast Guard Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary as per invoice from Western Dairy Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores from Swift & Co as per invoice.

8:35AM: The following men reported on board at expiration of liberty from Atalanta: Harry L. Morse (107-657) CBM, Ernest C. Means (107-139) R.M 1c, Adam W Safalkie (109-758) QM 1/c, Arther P Baldwin (100-461) CCSTD

8AM: 8:05 Redwing unmoored and stood out. 8:35 Atalanta unmoored and stood out.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condtion dry and normal. 9:05 Received from Armour & Co, commissary stores as per invoice #40378. 10:00 Reeived from Fry & Co. commissary stores as per invoice #17481. 10:02 Received from Pioneer Fruit Co. commissary stores as per invoice #17481. 10:20 Received from Seattle Hardware Co, 1 carton of hardware as per invoice #A-29053 10:30 Received from Purity Ice Cream Co. 5 Gal's of ice-cream as per invoice #32983. Received from Crenshaw-Brown commissary stores as per invoice #14778. 11:30 Wound Chronometer, inspected Mess Cooks - Mess gear. 11:45 Held request mast. 11:50 Reeived from Ryan Fruit Co. commissary stores as per invoice #22545 12:25 Received from Sune Fruit Co commissary stores as per invoice #7363. 1:00 Quarters followed by general quarters and gun drill secured from quarters & drills 1:10

9AM to 4PM: 10:52 C.G.C. Atlanta stood in and moored to dock South side of Charles Street dock. 12:20 U.S.C.G.C. Chelan stood in and moored on North side of Charles St. Dock.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 Ruff, Carl S. (109-074) E.M 1c returned from Out-Patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:52 Goldwin, A.S. (100-461), Safalko, A.W. (109-758), Means, Ernest S. (107-139) R.M. 1c and Morse, H.S. (107-657) C.B.M. departed to report aboard the Atlanta. 1:25 Penrose, Carl S. (108-283) G.M 2c departed on 40 days leave of absence Auth. Commanding Officer, leave to expire before Noon 14 January 1936.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:17 Made evening Colors. 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and C until 8:00 am tomorrow. 6:45 Delivered commissary stores as per invoice #674950 to the Morris.

5:20PM: U.S.C.G. Morris moored alongside.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 Ruff, Carl S. (109-074) E.M 1c returned from Out-Patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:52 Goldwin, A.S. (100-461), Safalko, A.W. (109-758), Means, Ernest S. (107-139) R.M. 1c and Morse, H.S. (107-657) C.B.M. departed to report 10:52 Goldwin, A.S. (100-461), Safalko, A.W. (109-758), Means, Ernest S. (107-139) R.M. 1c and Morse, H.S. (107-657) C.B.M. departed to report aboard the Atlanta. aboard the Atlanta. 1:25 Penrose, Carl S. (108-283) G.M 2c departed on 40 days leave of absence Auth. Commanding Officer, leave to expire before Noon 1:25 Penrose, Carl S. (108-283) G.M 2c departed on 40 days leave of absence Auth. Commanding Officer, leave to expire before Noon 14 January 1936. 14 January 1936.


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5 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock. Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Boat drill - dispersed with, could not lower No 1. boat account of the Mooris being moored alongside. Received from the Western Products Co. 5 Gals of milk as per invoice #340902. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Made Colors.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inpsected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:30 received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Company. 1:00 Held quarters followed by collision drill. Matt in place in 2 minutes and 45 seconds. 1:10 Crew received pay for period from November 20 to December 5. 3:15 Commissary stores received as per invoice from Safeway Stores Inc.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c departed on 20 days leave granted by commanding officer. William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c and John F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c returned from 2 days leave on time. George Sabol (109-094) R.M. 1c departed on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 2c departed on 20 days leave granted by commanding officer. William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c and John F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c returned from 2 days leave on time. William L. Cooper (102-295) B.M. 1c and John F. Whalen (110-933) Ph.M. 1c returned from 2 days leave on time. George Sabol (109-094) R.M. 1c departed on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer. George Sabol (109-094) R.M. 1c departed on 10 days leave granted by commanding officer.


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6 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Company. Crew performed morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: 8:00 Liberty party returned on time except John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c and Henry F. Bogenreider (204-235) Sea 1c. William A Howley (105-785) Sea 2c received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines, flood cocks, and smokeless powder samples. Conditions normal. Made biweekly smokeless powder test. 10:30 Commanding Officer held weekly ship's inspection. 10:55 Received commissary stores as per invoices from Purity Ice Cream Co. and Ice Delivery Co. Omitted quarters due to necessary work.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 John E Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c and Henry F Bogenreider (204-235) Sea 1/c returned from liberty having been absent over leave 1 hour and 5 minutes. 11:50 Commanding Officer held mast in cases of John E Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c and Henry F Bogenreider (204-235) Sea 1/c, about over leave this date. Warned. 1:00 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c departed on 2 days leave granted by Commanding Officer.

10:25 AM: Morris unmoored and stood out.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 granted liberty to sections B and C until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow.

4:30PM: Morris stood in and moored alongside.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 John E Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c and Henry F Bogenreider (204-235) Sea 1/c returned from liberty having been absent over leave 1 hour and 5 minutes. and 5 minutes. 11:50 Commanding Officer held mast in cases of John E Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c and Henry F Bogenreider (204-235) Sea 1/c, about over leave 11:50 Commanding Officer held mast in cases of John E Peterson (208-218) Sea 1/c and Henry F Bogenreider (204-235) Sea 1/c, about over leave this date. Warned. this date. Warned. 1:00 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c departed on 2 days leave granted by Commanding Officer. 1:00 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c departed on 2 days leave granted by Commanding Officer.


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7 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Coast Guard Dock, Charles Street, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice #33026 from Purity Ice Cream Co. 1:00 Granted liberty to sections A and C until tomorrow 10:00. Omitted quarters account of recreation.

9AM to 4PM: 9:55 Sofie, Tony P. (116-870) B.M. 2/c returned from Seven days authorized leave on time. 11:30 Semler, McClellan A. (109-369) S.~. 1/c returned from ten days authorized leave of absence on time.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle, Wash


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8 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Washington. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products company and Purity Ice cream Company. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. 1:00 Omitted quarters, Sunday.

9AM to 4PM: 10:10 Rayhmond Kern (105-695) C.B.M. returned from 12 days leave on time. 1:10 James A Perrella (108-304) M.M. 1c reported on board for duty from MORRIS authority letter commanding officer MORRIS 7 December 1935 (73-53).

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

4PM to Mid: Morgan Bell (100-826) F. 2c removed from mess detail.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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9 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street Dock. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Received commissry stores for general mess as per invoice. from Western Dairy Products. Crew performed morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c and William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; condtions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. 1:00 Held quarters followed by signal and recussitation drills. Received commissary stores from Safeway Stores as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: 10:40 William E Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c returned on time from two days of authorized leave. 2:30 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c transferred to Arcata for duty in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 6 December 1935 (73). Frank C. Moore (107-470) MM 2/c transferred to CG274 for duty in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 6 December 1935 (73). Mogan Bell (100-826) F 2/c transferred to Nemesis for duty in accordance with Headquarters Letter 30 November 1935 (PR-73-701) Telquist, Clark V. (217-183) F 1/c detailed as mess man for the remainder of the month.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before 4:30 granted liberty to sections B and C until 8:00 A.M. tonmorrow.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: 10:40 William E Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c returned on time from two days of authorized leave. 2:30 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c transferred to Arcata for duty in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 6 December 1935 (73). 2:30 William E. Thomas (110-257) Sea 1/c transferred to Arcata for duty in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 6 December 1935 (73). Frank C. Moore (107-470) MM 2/c transferred to CG274 for duty in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 6 December 1935 (73). Frank C. Moore (107-470) MM 2/c transferred to CG274 for duty in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 6 December 1935 (73). Mogan Bell (100-826) F 2/c transferred to Nemesis for duty in accordance with Headquarters Letter 30 November 1935 (PR-73-701) Mogan Bell (100-826) F 2/c transferred to Nemesis for duty in accordance with Headquarters Letter 30 November 1935 (PR-73-701) Telquist, Clark V. (217-183) F 1/c detailed as mess man for the remainder of the month. Telquist, Clark V. (217-183) F 1/c detailed as mess man for the remainder of the month.


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10 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 held boat drill under oars. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. 8:00 Working party departed on Guard for Bremerton Navy Yard.

8:20AM: Morris unmoored and stood out.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:30 Received from the Purity Ice Cream co. 5 gals of ice cream as per invoice #33044. 12:55 Held quarters followed by fire-drill, first water 50 seconds, water on all hose, one minute and thirty seconds, also held Collision drill, Matt in place two minutes and twenty seconds. 1:20 working party returned from the Navy Yard, Bremerton, via C.G. Guard, with small stores as per invoice.

9AM to 4PM: 10:40 Holt, George ~. Lieut (j.g.) departed on thirty days leave of absence Authorized by Headquarters. 11:50 McKinnon, Joseph J. (107-087) Cox departed on three days authorized leave which expires before Noon 14 December 1935. 3:00 Sofie, Tony P. (116-870) B.M. 2/c transferred to C.G. Alert Authority, reference (A) Seattle Division letter August 6, 1935 (73).

4:30PM: Granted liberty to sections A and C until 8:00 am tomorrow.

4PM to Mid: 8:00 Valdrow, Chester J. Gunner departed on transfer to Jacksonville Florida, Authority Reference (a) Seattle Division letter, August, 16th, 1935 - (72-531) 10:00 Eldridge, Neman W. (113-863) M.M. 1/c reported on board from C.G. 274, Authority commander Seattle Division letter 6 December 1935 (73-531).

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 10:40 Holt, George ~. Lieut (j.g.) departed on thirty days leave of absence Authorized by Headquarters. 11:50 McKinnon, Joseph J. (107-087) Cox departed on three days authorized leave which expires before Noon 14 December 1935. 11:50 McKinnon, Joseph J. (107-087) Cox departed on three days authorized leave which expires before Noon 14 December 1935. 3:00 Sofie, Tony P. (116-870) B.M. 2/c transferred to C.G. Alert Authority, reference (A) Seattle Division letter August 6, 1935 (73). 3:00 Sofie, Tony P. (116-870) B.M. 2/c transferred to C.G. Alert Authority, reference (A) Seattle Division letter August 6, 1935 (73).

4PM to Mid : 8:00 Valdrow, Chester J. Gunner departed on transfer to Jacksonville Florida, Authority Reference (a) Seattle Division letter, August, 16th, 1935 - (72-531) 10:00 Eldridge, Neman W. (113-863) M.M. 1/c reported on board from C.G. 274, Authority commander Seattle Division letter 6 December 1935 (73-531). 10:00 Eldridge, Neman W. (113-863) M.M. 1/c reported on board from C.G. 274, Authority commander Seattle Division letter 6 December 1935 (73-531).


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11 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock. Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

8:30AM: Sheffer, Frank M. (109-412) Sea 1/c returned from nineteen days leave on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 9:30 Received pipe and fittings as per invoice from Crane and Co. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Company. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to rain.

12:30PM: Frank M~~~~ Sheffer (109-412) Sea 1c issued honorable discharge #A42155 this date on expiration of regular enlistment authority article 461 personnel instrutions, and paid in full.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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12 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street Dock Seattle, Washington. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 7:10 Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products and Pacific Fruit Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Frye & Co; Armour & Co; Selviac Fruit Co; Pioneer Fruit Co; Ryan Fruit Co; Purity Ice Cream Co. Held quarters followed by general quarters and gun drill. Held resussitation drill.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Montgomery, George C. (208-246) Sea 1/c returned on time from 20 days authorized leave. Fuller, Hercules B (103-771) S.C. 1/c issued honorable discharge #A42156 on this date due to expiration of regular enlistment. Paid in full Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions. 11:40 Sheffer, Frank M. (109-412) Sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment. Authority Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. 12:30 Weitlauf, Bernard G. (208-12) Sea 1/c departed on fifteen days leave with two days travel time granted by Commanding Officer. 2:30 Sheffer, Frank M. (104-412) Sea 1/c transferred to Redwing in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 21 November 1935 (73)

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 11:00 Montgomery, George C. (208-246) Sea 1/c returned on time from 20 days authorized leave. Fuller, Hercules B (103-771) S.C. 1/c issued honorable discharge #A42156 on this date due to expiration of regular enlistment. Fuller, Hercules B (103-771) S.C. 1/c issued honorable discharge #A42156 on this date due to expiration of regular enlistment. Paid in full Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions. Paid in full Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions. 11:40 Sheffer, Frank M. (109-412) Sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment. Authority 11:40 Sheffer, Frank M. (109-412) Sea 1/c reenlisted this date for a period of three years in the regular establishment. Authority Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. 12:30 Weitlauf, Bernard G. (208-12) Sea 1/c departed on fifteen days leave with two days travel time granted by Commanding 12:30 Weitlauf, Bernard G. (208-12) Sea 1/c departed on fifteen days leave with two days travel time granted by Commanding Officer. Officer. 2:30 Sheffer, Frank M. (104-412) Sea 1/c transferred to Redwing in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 21 November 1935 (73) 2:30 Sheffer, Frank M. (104-412) Sea 1/c transferred to Redwing in accordance with Seattle Division Letter 21 November 1935 (73)


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13 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. 6:30 Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve, indices normal. 10:35 Received from the Purity Ice Cream Co. five gals. ice cream as per invoice #33086. 12:30 Received from the Winton Engine Corporation, via American Railway Express, one box, Government Bill of Lading #2971. 2:10 Received from the Ice-Delivery Company 300# of ice as per invoice #92803.

9AM to 4PM: 11:30 Fuller, Hercules Alexander (103-771) S.C. 1/c reenlisted period three years, Regular Enlistment, Authority Art. 4222 Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to Sections A bn B until 8:00 am tomorrow.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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14 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before, to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. Crew performed morning duties. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 7:10 Received from the Western Dairy Co, five gals of milk as per invoice #18673 Liberty party returned on time 8:00.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Held general muster. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Safeway Stores Inc. and Purity Ice Cream Company. 11:00 Granted liberty until 10:00 am tomorrow to sections A and B.

9AM to 4PM: 11:05 Joseph J. McMinnon (107-087) cox returned from leave on time. 11:55 Leonis Zamora (111-337) M.A.H. 1c returned from leave 8 days prior to expiration.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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15 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Co. and Purity Ice Cream Company. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. granted liberty until 8:00 am tomorrow to sections B and C. Recerived commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. Omitted quarters; crew performed Sunday routine.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle, Wash


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16 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. Crew performed morning routine. Held boat drill. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:40 Received from the Purity Ice Cream Company, commissary stores as per invoice #33106. 1:00 Held quarters, followed by signal and resuscitation drill. 3:55 Receivd from the Safeways Stores Inc. commissary stores as per invoice #13484.

9AM to 4PM: 11:15 Sabol, George (109-094) R.M. 1/c returned from ten day authorized leave on time. 1:10 Fuller, Hercules A. (103-771) S.C. 1/c departed on ten days leave authorized by the Commanding Officer.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to Sections A and C until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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17 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington. 7:00 boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine. 7:25 Received from Western Dairy Company, five gals of milk as per invoice #162373. 7:40 Working party left on C.G. Arcata for Brermerton Navy Yard. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Inc., Washington Creamery Company and Crenshaw and Bloom. 12:45 Working party returned. Received commissary and engineer stores from Puget Sound Navy Yard via ARCATA. 1:00 Omitted quarters, necessary work. 1:10 Received from American Foundry Company iron castings as per invoice. Received commissary stores as per invoice for general mess from H.J. Miguerey and company and Pioneer Fruit Company.

9AM to 4PM: 12:45 ARCATA alongside. 1:40 ARCATA stood out.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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18 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street dock. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning routine.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condtitions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill. First water - 55 seconds; water on all hose - 1 minute and 15 seconds. Held collision drill. Time for mat in place - 2 minutes and 30 seconds. 3:30 Received stores as per invoice from Seattle Hardware Co. Crew chipping ship's side and cleaning about decks.

9AM to 4PM: 11:05 ATALANTA stood in and moored. 11:15 PULASKI stood in and moored alongside. 11:30 CHELAN unmoored and stood out on patrol.

9:00AM: Pane, Pasquale P (203-293) Sea 2/c separted for U.S. Marine Hospital, Seattle, Wash. for inpatient treatment.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to B and C sections until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow.

4:30PM: REDWING stood in and moored.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 11:05 ATALANTA stood in and moored. 11:15 PULASKI stood in and moored alongside. 11:15 PULASKI stood in and moored alongside. 11:30 CHELAN unmoored and stood out on patrol. 11:30 CHELAN unmoored and stood out on patrol.


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19 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. 6:30 Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Hollywood Milk Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Received from the Compton Lumber Company, lumber as per invoice #11865. 10:35 Received from the Purity Ice Cream Company, Ice Cream as per invoice #33127. 1:00 Held quarters followed by clothing inspection. 3:40 Received from the Seattle Hardware Company one package, as per invoice #30084.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:15 Received from the Safeway Stores, as per invoice #13087. 4:30 Granted liberty to Sections A and C until 8:00 tomorrow.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.


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20 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington. 6:30 Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 7:10 Received from the Western Dairy Products Company, five gals milk as per invoice #3162568. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Tested magazine flood valve, found satisfactory. Made bi-weekly smokeless powder test. 10:45 Commanding Officer held wekly ships inspection. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Inc., Frye and Company, and Crenshaw and Bloxom. 1:00 Crew recived semi-monthly pay.

Noon: REDWING unmoored and stood out.

9AM to 4PM: William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c and Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:30 Lt. D.G. Jacobs reported aboard in accordance with headquarters letter 22 October 1935 as amended by headquarters letter 11 November 1935 having been granted 25 days leave and 3 days extension. Willam Enriquez (217-318) Matt 3c returned one day prior to expiration of 30 days leave. Following left on leave granted by commanding officer. John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c 15 days Earl W. Jackson (105-256) R.M 1c 30 days Marciano Jaramilla (104-193) Off Std 2c 40 days Jesus Ingalla (105-221) Matt. 1c 30 days Luis Ramiriz (100-266) Off std 1c 20 days

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 AM tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash

9AM to 4PM: William A. Howley (105-785) Sea 2c and Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c received outpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:30 Lt. D.G. Jacobs reported aboard in accordance with headquarters letter 22 October 1935 as amended by headquarters letter 10:30 Lt. D.G. Jacobs reported aboard in accordance with headquarters letter 22 October 1935 as amended by headquarters letter 11 November 1935 having been granted 25 days leave and 3 days extension. 11 November 1935 having been granted 25 days leave and 3 days extension. Willam Enriquez (217-318) Matt 3c returned one day prior to expiration of 30 days leave. Willam Enriquez (217-318) Matt 3c returned one day prior to expiration of 30 days leave. Following left on leave granted by commanding officer. Following left on leave granted by commanding officer. John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c 15 days John E. Peterson (208-218) Sea 1c 15 days Earl W. Jackson (105-256) R.M 1c 30 days Earl W. Jackson (105-256) R.M 1c 30 days Marciano Jaramilla (104-193) Off Std 2c 40 days Marciano Jaramilla (104-193) Off Std 2c 40 days Jesus Ingalla (105-221) Matt. 1c 30 days Jesus Ingalla (105-221) Matt. 1c 30 days Luis Ramiriz (100-266) Off std 1c 20 days Luis Ramiriz (100-266) Off std 1c 20 days


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21 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Crew performed morning routine. Received commissry stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Co.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples Conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. Received three (3) wood gratings for Chelan from Lanching Boat Co. Received canteen stores from Brewster Cigar Co. 1:00 Granted liberty to B and C sections until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. Omitted quarters - recreation. Saturday routine observed by crew.

9AM to 4PM: 10:45 ERWIN H. BATES (100-670) Sea 1/c returned on time from 30 days leave, reported on board for temporary duty until arrival of Chelan. 11:00 Frank Amar (100-168) Off STD 3/c issued honorable discharge #42157 due to expiration of regular enlistment on this date. Paid in Full. Authority: Article 461, Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 10:45 ERWIN H. BATES (100-670) Sea 1/c returned on time from 30 days leave, reported on board for temporary duty until arrival of Chelan. 11:00 Frank Amar (100-168) Off STD 3/c issued honorable discharge #42157 due to expiration of regular enlistment on this date. Paid in Full. Authority: Article 11:00 Frank Amar (100-168) Off STD 3/c issued honorable discharge #42157 due to expiration of regular enlistment on this date. Paid in Full. Authority: Article 461, Personnel Instructions. 461, Personnel Instructions.


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22 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. 6:30 Crew performed morning routine. Received commisary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co.

Mid to 9AM: 7:40 George T. Ferrelia (208-294) F 3/c rturned on time from 30 days' authorized leave. 7:45 Henry D. Walker (217-325) F 3/c returned on time from 30 days authorized leave.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to sections A and B until tomorrow 8:00 am. 10:30 Received commissary stores as per invoice #33205. 1:00 Omitted quarters Sunday.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Henskey, Albert D. (104-811) E.M 1/c returned from thirty days authorized leave on time. 10:10 Sufczynski, Charles A. (110-064) M.M 2/c and Muhr, Se-Roy V. (208-150) F. 1/c departed on thirty days authorized leave by Commanding Officer. 10:20 Larson, Edward (106-136) C.M. 1/c reported aboard from thirty days authorized leave on time. 10:40 McNamara, Mathew (107-115) M.M 2/c 10:50 Kovialka, Edmond H. (202-034) F. 1/c, Pelleron, Joseph B. (108-269) C.Mo.M.M. Tagua, Domingo B. (217-014) M.Att 2/c, 11:15 Younce, Donald W. (208-114) Sea. 1/c. 11:20 Syhand, Paul (106-575) Cox. All reported on board on time from thirty days authorized leave. 12:00 Hulbut, Ansel C. Jr. (105-148) C.Mo.M.M. and Mead, Clarence (H. 217-317) F. 3/c departed on thirty days authorized leave to expire before Noon January 22, 1936. Amar, Frank (100-168) Off. Std. 3/c Reenlisted Regular Enlistment for period of three years Article 4222 Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Wash.

9AM to 4PM: 9:05 Henskey, Albert D. (104-811) E.M 1/c returned from thirty days authorized leave on time. 10:10 Sufczynski, Charles A. (110-064) M.M 2/c and Muhr, Se-Roy V. (208-150) F. 1/c departed on thirty days authorized leave by Commanding Officer. 10:10 Sufczynski, Charles A. (110-064) M.M 2/c and Muhr, Se-Roy V. (208-150) F. 1/c departed on thirty days authorized leave by Commanding Officer. 10:20 Larson, Edward (106-136) C.M. 1/c reported aboard from thirty days authorized leave on time. 10:20 Larson, Edward (106-136) C.M. 1/c reported aboard from thirty days authorized leave on time. 10:40 McNamara, Mathew (107-115) M.M 2/c 10:40 McNamara, Mathew (107-115) M.M 2/c 10:50 Kovialka, Edmond H. (202-034) F. 1/c, Pelleron, Joseph B. (108-269) C.Mo.M.M. Tagua, Domingo B. (217-014) M.Att 2/c, 10:50 Kovialka, Edmond H. (202-034) F. 1/c, Pelleron, Joseph B. (108-269) C.Mo.M.M. Tagua, Domingo B. (217-014) M.Att 2/c, 11:15 Younce, Donald W. (208-114) Sea. 1/c. 11:15 Younce, Donald W. (208-114) Sea. 1/c. 11:20 Syhand, Paul (106-575) Cox. All reported on board on time from thirty days authorized leave. 11:20 Syhand, Paul (106-575) Cox. All reported on board on time from thirty days authorized leave. 12:00 Hulbut, Ansel C. Jr. (105-148) C.Mo.M.M. and Mead, Clarence (H. 217-317) F. 3/c departed on thirty days authorized leave to expire before Noon January 22, 1936. 12:00 Hulbut, Ansel C. Jr. (105-148) C.Mo.M.M. and Mead, Clarence (H. 217-317) F. 3/c departed on thirty days authorized leave to expire before Noon January 22, 1936. Amar, Frank (100-168) Off. Std. 3/c Reenlisted Regular Enlistment for period of three years Article 4222 Personnel Instructions. Amar, Frank (100-168) Off. Std. 3/c Reenlisted Regular Enlistment for period of three years Article 4222 Personnel Instructions.


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23 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 7:10 Received commissary stores from Hollywood Milk company as per invoice #156836. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning duties.

8:20AM: Parmley, Sheldon N. (108-158) and Ruff, Earl S. (109-074) E.M. 1/c also Eldridge, N. W. (113-868) M.M 1/c departed for U.S. Marine Hospital, for Out-Patient.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Pacific Fruit Company, Ryan Fruit Company, Purity Ice Cream Company, and Armours and Company. 1:00 Omitted quarters due to necessary work. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Safeway Stores Inc and Pioneer Fruit Company.

9AM to 4PM: Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) CGM, Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c, and N.W. Eldridge (113-863) M.M. 1c returned from Marine Hospital. 10:10 Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 2c returned from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 2c advanced in rating to Sea 1c, authority Seattle Division letter 21 December 1935 (73) Following left on leave granted by commanding officer: Lieut Earl K. Rhodes 10 days Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) cox 15 days Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 1c 30 days

4PM to Mid: Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) CGM, Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c, and N.W. Eldridge (113-863) M.M. 1c returned from Marine Hospital. 10:10 Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 2c returned from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 10:10 Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 2c returned from inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 2c advanced in rating to Sea 1c, authority Seattle Division letter 21 December 1935 (73) Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 2c advanced in rating to Sea 1c, authority Seattle Division letter 21 December 1935 (73) Following left on leave granted by commanding officer: Following left on leave granted by commanding officer: Lieut Earl K. Rhodes 10 days Lieut Earl K. Rhodes 10 days Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) cox 15 days Joseph J. McKinnon (107-087) cox 15 days Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 1c 30 days Pasquale P. Pane (208-293) Sea 1c 30 days


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24 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Products Company. Crew performed morning routine. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; conditions dry and normal. Received fire extinguisher charges from W.F. Towle Purchasing Office. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Purity Ice Cream Co., Service Fruit Co. 1:00 Granted iberty to sections B and C until 10:00 a.m tomorrow. Omitted quarters - half day holiday.

1:00PM: Pay Clerk M.L. Nuckles departed on eight (8) days' leave granted by Commanding Officer.

1:00PM: ATALANTA unmoored and stood out.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before.

Noon: Seattle Washington


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25 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Wash. 7:00 Crew performed morning routine. Received commissary stores from Western Dairy Co.

12:40AM: ATALANTA stood in and moored.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazine and smokeless powder samples, condtions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty Party returned on time. Granted liberty to Sections A and C until 8:00 am tomorrow. 11:00 Received from Purity Ice Cream Company as per invoice #33215. Today being Christmas Day all unnessary work, drills, and exercises, dispensed with, and the days observed in fitting manner.

9AM to 4PM: 9:45 Hostetter, Brady (208-189) Sea 1/c returned on time from thirty days leave and three day travel time. 10:05 Erwin, H. Oates (100-670) Sea 1/c returned aboard the Chelan having reported aboard at expiration of leave.

10:00AM: C.G. Chelan stood in and moored to Charles Street Dock

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performd evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Washington


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26 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. 7:25 Received commissary stores from Western Dairy Products Company, as per invoice #208101.

8:00AM: Liberty Party returned on time, with the exception of Parnell, Roy O, (208-296) Sea 2/c.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Inc. 1:00 Held quarters followed by fire drill and collision drill. First water 45 seconds, water on all hoses 1 minute and 20 seconds. Mat in place 2 minutes and 45 seconds.

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Roy O. Parnell (208-296) Sea 2c reported aboard 2 hours 5 minutes after liberty had expired. Willis L. Mellican (208-033) Sea 1c departed for inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 11:15 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 1c returned from twenty days leave on time. 11:45 Held mast in the case of Roy O. Parnell (208-296) Sea 2c absent 2 hours 5 minutes after expiration of liberty, warned. 1:30 Frank Amar (100-168) Off. Std. 3c left on 40 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: 4:30 Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: 10:05 Roy O. Parnell (208-296) Sea 2c reported aboard 2 hours 5 minutes after liberty had expired. Willis L. Mellican (208-033) Sea 1c departed for inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. Willis L. Mellican (208-033) Sea 1c departed for inpatient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital. 11:15 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 1c returned from twenty days leave on time. 11:15 Carlos L. Paloma (108-108) Off. Std. 1c returned from twenty days leave on time. 11:45 Held mast in the case of Roy O. Parnell (208-296) Sea 2c absent 2 hours 5 minutes after expiration of liberty, warned. 11:45 Held mast in the case of Roy O. Parnell (208-296) Sea 2c absent 2 hours 5 minutes after expiration of liberty, warned. 1:30 Frank Amar (100-168) Off. Std. 3c left on 40 days leave granted by commanding officer. 1:30 Frank Amar (100-168) Off. Std. 3c left on 40 days leave granted by commanding officer.


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27 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Hollywood Milk Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time. Crew performed morning routine.

Mid to 9AM: 8:05 Earl L Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c N.W. Eldridge (113-863) MM 1c, S.N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M. and William A Howley (105-185) Sea 1c received out patient treatment at U.S. Marine Hospital.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, tested flood valves, conditions normal. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Co. 10:45 Commanding Officer held weekly inspection of ship.

9AM to 4PM: 11:50 Hercules A. Fuller (103-771) S.C. 1/c returned on time from ten (10) days' authorized leave. 1:00 Richard A Durschlag (103-157) QM 1/c issued honorable discharge A42158 due to expiration of regular enlistment. Paid in full to date. Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 Granted liberty to sections B and C until 8:00 AM tomorrow.

Noon: Seattle Washington

9AM to 4PM: 11:50 Hercules A. Fuller (103-771) S.C. 1/c returned on time from ten (10) days' authorized leave. 1:00 Richard A Durschlag (103-157) QM 1/c issued honorable discharge A42158 due to expiration of regular enlistment. Paid 1:00 Richard A Durschlag (103-157) QM 1/c issued honorable discharge A42158 due to expiration of regular enlistment. Paid in full to date. Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions. in full to date. Authority: Article 461 Personnel Instructions.


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28 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seatlle Wash. Crew performed morning routine. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Western Dairy Co. Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condition dry and normal. Received from Schwabake Hardware Company, one-carton of hardware as per invoice #4699. Also from Purity Ice Cream Ompnay, Inc. five gallons of ice cream as per invoice #33280. 11:10 Received from Safety Stores Inc commissary stores as per invoice #13648. 12:10 Received from J.M. Forde and Company, three cartons of cigarettes for Canteen stores as per invoice. 1:00 Granted liberty to Section A and C until 10:00 am tomorrow. Omitted quarters, recreation. Saturday routine performed aboard by crew.

11:00AM: Durschlag, Richard A. Q.M. 1/c (103-157) Reenlisted on this date, as Quartermaster, first-class, for a period of three years in Regular Enlistment, Authority Article 4222 Personnel Instructions.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Washington


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29 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle, Washington. 7:15 Received from the Western Products Dairy Company five gallons milk as per invoice #203070. Crew performed morning routine.

6:30 AM: Bennett, George W. (208-048) Q.M. 2/c Reported on board for duty on time from authorized leave expiring before Noon this date.

9AM to 4PM: Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples conditions dry and normal. 10:00 Liberty party returned on time. Granted liberty to sections A and B until 8:00 am tomorrow. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Purity Ice Cream Inc. 1:00 Omitted quarters, Sunday. Observed Sunday routine.

Noon: Lester A. Wasson (110-775) Q.M. 3c departed on 35 days leave granted by commanding officer.

4PM to Mid: Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle Washington


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30 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before at Charles Street dock. 7:00 Omitted boat drill rain. Received commissary stores for general mess as per invoice from Western Dairy Proudcts Company and Frye and Company. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

Mid to 9AM: Following left for U.S. Marine Hospital for outpatient treatment: Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Norman Eldridge (113-863) M.M. 1c, William A Howley (105-875) Sea 2c and Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, conditions dry and normal. Received commissary stores as per invoices from Ryan Fruit Co. Purity Ice Cream Co, HJ Magnesay & Co., Crenshaw & Bloxom, Swift and Co. Pioneer Fruit Co, Service Fruit Co. Received stores as per invoice from Seattle Hardware Co. 1:00 Held quarters followed by infantry drill ashore, signal and pistol drills. Crew engaged in chipping ship's side.

9AM to 4PM: 10:10 Reuss, George A. (108-747) MoMM 1/c returned on time from 30 days' authorized leave. 11:15 Howard G. Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1/c returned on time from 15 days' authorized leave and 2 days travel time. 12:35 Abner W Lee (120-568) MoMM 1/c departed on thirty (30) days' leave granted by commanding officer.

9AM to 4PM: 9:55 Atalanta stood out. 11:35 Atalanta stood in and moored.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. 4:30 granted liberty to sections B and C until 8:00 A.M. tomorrow.

Noon: Seattle Washington

Mid to 9AM: Following left for U.S. Marine Hospital for outpatient treatment: Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Norman Eldridge (113-863) M.M. 1c, William A Howley (105-875) Sea 2c and Sheldon N. Parmley (108-158) C.G.M., Norman Eldridge (113-863) M.M. 1c, William A Howley (105-875) Sea 2c and Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c. Earl L. Ruff (109-074) E.M. 1c.

9AM to 4PM: 10:10 Reuss, George A. (108-747) MoMM 1/c returned on time from 30 days' authorized leave. 11:15 Howard G. Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1/c returned on time from 15 days' authorized leave and 2 days travel time. 11:15 Howard G. Weitlauf (208-212) Sea 1/c returned on time from 15 days' authorized leave and 2 days travel time. 12:35 Abner W Lee (120-568) MoMM 1/c departed on thirty (30) days' leave granted by commanding officer. 12:35 Abner W Lee (120-568) MoMM 1/c departed on thirty (30) days' leave granted by commanding officer.


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31 December 1935

At/From ???

Lat 47.59, Long -122.34


Mid to 9AM: Moored as before to Charles Street Dock, Seattle Wash. 6:30 Crew performed moring routine. 7:00 Held boat drill under oars. Received commissary stores as per invoice from Hollywood Milk Co. 8:00 Liberty party returned on time.

9AM to 4PM: Moored as before. Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples, condtions dry and normal. 10:45 Received from the Purity Ice Cream Co, commissary stores as per invoice #33295. 1:00 Granted liberty to sections A and C until 10:00 am tomorrow.

9AM to 4PM: 10:30 C.G. Atalanta stood out heading West. 1:40 Atalanta stood in and moored.

4PM to Mid: Moored as before. Crew performed evening routine.

Noon: Seattle, Washington


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