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USS Holder Archives and USS Holder Web site

The USS Holder Archive, in the care of Henry Sipple, and the USS Holder Web site in the care of Robert Ellsworth, both request your help.

Any items such as ship's patches, DEStroyer squadRON patches, emblems, a Plan of the Day, menus, celebration schedules, cruise books, letters from the CO or XO to families about the ship, lighters, plaques, brochures, itineraries, etc. Photos of the ship or crew members on board (on watch, at work, on the fantail, in the spaces, at leisure, etc.) or on liberty, photos that show every day activities and what a great life we had! Photos of crew members in ports of call, photos of other ships operating with USS Holder, etc. You name it, if it is about the USS Holder and depicts life as we knew it, or will help shipmates relate to their time on board Holder, we are interested.

Please do not discard any USS Holder related information, photos, or memorabilia that you are willing to part with or no longer care to hold onto. Other shipmates in the Association would enjoy seeing some of the things you have.

I am always looking for any material that can dress up our web site. Please send me a copy via e-mail to Robert Ellsworth or, if you can't get a copy into the computer let me know and I will gladly receive your original and scan it into my computer. Then, if you want it returned to you, I will send the original back to you, or if you want it sent to Bruce for the Archive, I will send the original to Bruce.

If you have any items or photos which you would like to only donate to the Archives, please contact Henry Sipple about what you have by e-mail Henry Sipple or by phone 603-504-8640.



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