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John Hubbard Memoirs, 1909-1930 (bulk 1916)

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John Hubbard Memoirs, 1909-1930 (bulk 1916): Finding Aid

United States Naval Academy. Special Collections & Archives.
589 McNair Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21402-5029, USA
Phone: 410-293-6917
http://usna.edu/Library/sca/

Published in June 2015



Summary Information

Location: Special Collections & Archives Department - Manuscripts
Creator: Hubbard, John, 1849-1932
Title: John Hubbard Memoirs
Dates: 1909-1930
Bulk Dates: 1916
Size: 2.5 linear inches (2 folders)
Abstract: John Hubbard was a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy and a member of the United States Naval Academy Class of 1870. Hubbard's memoirs, entitled Log, were dictated by Hubbard in 1916, and span his entire U.S. Navy career, from his entry into the Naval Academy in 1866 to his retirement in 1911. Included in the memoirs are descriptions of Hubbard's actions and experiences in the Squadron of Evolution, the Spanish-American War, the 1903 revolution in Panama, and the cruise of the Great White Fleet. Accompanying documents include the dedication speech for the United States Naval Academy's Hubbard Hall, a photograph of a Japanese naval officer, and a chronology of Hubbard's career.
Call number: MS 424
Language(s) of material: English

Provenance and Acquisition

Gift of Thomas F. Bliss in February 2011. Accession No. 11-01.

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