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U.S. Military Ephemera Lot With U.S.S. Hambleton Items

Lot Number 839

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Branches of the United States Armed Forces are the subjects in these display items sure to strike a patriotic chord. Includes:

Framed Displays

1988 U.S.S. Hambleton Day Proclamation framed to 17-1/8 x 21-3/8, this off-white document features text composed by St. Louis, Missouri Mayor Vincent C. Schoemehl paying homage to the World War II vessel and its crew members. At the conclusion, Schoemehl has signed in black (10). The document features a gilded St. Louis seal.

Missouri Senate Resolution for Tribute to U.S.S. Hambleton framed to 13-1/8 x 19-1/4, this document is composed on State of Missouri Senate letterhead and details plans for an upcoming reunion of U.S.S. Hambleton crew members and a tribute for said persons. The document is endorsed by 84th General Assembly President Pro Tem John E. Scott.

Publications

Includes (2) Butler Stadium-issued 1972 Marine Corps Football programs (both VG-EX); with September 16 vs. Gustavus and September 23 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff

1944 U.S. Naval Air Facility Air ferry Squadron Two a hardbound volume detailing the facility and personnel at the Columbus, Ohio site. The front pages feature black-and-white portraits of President Harry S. Truman and fallen Navy Secretary James E. Forrestal. Cover is (VG-EX) with spine/edge wear and corner bumping; interior pages are minimally (EX-MT)

Placards

Includes an 11-1/8 x 13-1/4 thick stock military-themed color display celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II; additionally, there are (4) 9-7/8 x 14 laminated U.S. Navy enlistment ads

U.S.S. New Jersey Display

Includes a plastic battleship replica (with gun turrets) and a 16x10 plaque listing details of the World War II vessel

 
 
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