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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 27, 2017, 09:54:20 pm »
Thank you everybody!!! :D

Now how will you spend your time?  ;)
How about helping to beta test Bob's new OW? ;D
I'd be delighted... it is something i've been very curious about, but i've had to save all the scarce spare time (the kid is growing up fast and, unlike me and my wife, has a lot of energies) for finishing up Unalga and maintain the Geog Help Board and our OWTools (which, of course, i'll continue to do).

Other less funny tasks for the future could be:
- Reformatting Unalga crew list thread (i've adopted a precise "method" only after a certain point. First posts were, and still are, pretty caothical). In a few words: quite a boring task.... forum bbcode should be taken in small doses ::)
- Catching up placenames from the most RN edited logs i can (every time i see a new ship being published on naval-history i think to how many obscure places i could find there). I've done it a couple times and it was pretty funny at times, but a slow task and quite difficult in some areas (i still have nightmares about finding Yangtze river places, until a set of priceless maps popped out from the internet and sorted a few important things out).

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Dockside Cafe / Re: Dockside Gallery
« on: April 27, 2017, 06:56:53 pm »
 ;D ;D ;D
Had not realized it took that much.. until i checked my first post on the discussion thread!

Yup, i was quite younger, with one less kid and one more dad (may he rest in peace - he did love history and he was just fascinated when i showed him OW) when i started this awesome voyage in her logbooks.

I'd be dead curious to see her transcripts, i wasn't used at all in transcriber's science (does a thing like that exist at all?), therefore i'd probably be a little ashamed in reading back my very first goofy attempts (i expect many typing and/or reading errors in more or less 20 years worth of logs). Also future editors will have an hard time reformatting events (since i had no way to add carriage returns in transcribing watches :o ).

Thank you Hanibal, the picture is very well placed, as pretty more every other you posted here ;D  ;D

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 27, 2017, 04:40:47 pm »
 ;D :D Unalga(I) is officially completed! :D ;D



So long Mighty U... i'll miss your logpages quite a lot :'( ::)

Have really 5 years passed since i started transcribing her? My very first post in this thread dates back to 25 October 2012 :o

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 27, 2017, 09:31:18 am »
Gosh... another batch of pages skipped, 22 to 26 June 1933 inclusive  :'(

Will post transcription here...

22 June 1933
Quote
22/06/1933

Midnight to 9:00am -
Morning work performed.
8:00, liberty party returned on time; no absentees.
D.D. Hesler, Lieut (jg)

9:00am to 4:00pm.
Inspected magazine and smokeless powder
samples; conditions dry and normal
9:30 Held quarters followed by infantry drill on
board and instructions on beach apparatus drill.
10:15 Lieut. J.P. Crowley left the ship for assignment
to temporary duty at office, Commander Jacksonville
Division - Letter Commander Jacksonville Division 22 June,
1933 (71)
11:15 Crew assisted in dismantling sheer legs which were
placed aboard the Patrol Boat Woodbury, CG for
transportation to St. Petersburg, Fla., and engaged in cleaning up ship.
11:40 Charles Lawson (106-210) M Att 2c, returned from 2 days
leave on time.
1:00 Frank H. Barnett (100-561) GM 2c transferred to USCGC
Saukee at St. Petersburg, Fla. and granted five (5) days leave
enroute. Granted liberty to port watch to expire at 8:00 to morrow.
1:30 Millard A. Carnes (100-050) Sea 1c reported on board from Base 6 with
bags and necessary papers for assignment to duty D/L 10 June 1933 (73-701-531)
2:00 Melfred W. McGeorge (203-155) Sea 2c transferred to
Patrol Boat Woodbury, CG for transportation to Marine
Hospital #10 at Key West, Fla for inpatient treatment.
Charles Lawson (106-210) M Att 2c, transferred to Patrol Boat Woodbury
CG for transportation to St. Petersburg, Fla. to report for
duty aboard USCGC Tuscarora, letter, Comdr. Jacksonville
Division 10 June, 1933 (73-701-531)
S.A. Hill, Ensign

4:00pm to midnight.
Performed usual routine
S.A. Hill Ensign.



23 June 1933
Quote
23/06/1933

Midnight to 9:00am.
* Moored as before to South sea wall at
Port Everglades, Florida. Zone time description
plus five.
6:30 Commenced holystoning forward
8:00 Liberty party returned on time.
Crew engaged in cleaning ship and holystoning
spar deck.
S.A. Hill, Ensign.

*12:20, received telegraphic orders from Coast Guard Headquarters, via Commander
Jacksonville Division, detaching Pay Clerk (T) P.A. Krugler from the Coast Guard
and assigning him to duty with the War Department as of 22 June 1933,
for duty with the Civilian Conservation Corps.

9:00am to 4:00pm.
Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; condition
dry and normal.
9:30 Held quarters; drills omitted on account of necessary field day work
9:30 Delivered Commander Jacksonville Division despatch 7023-0020 to Pay Clerk (T)
P.A. Krugler and he is detached from the Coast Guard and attached to the War Department
as of 22 June 1933.
Rudolph Bjorge, Ensign

4:00pm to Midnight
4:00 Boatswain (T) Frank Bronski reported aboard for duty
from Saukee in accordance with Jacskonville Division
letter 10 June, 1933 (73-701) and Jacksonville Division
despatch 7021-1115, June 1933.
4:30 Granted liberty to starboard watch of crew until 8:00am
tomorrow.
Evening reports and inspections made
Rudolph Bjorge, Ensign



24 June 1933
Quote
24/06/1933

Midnight to 9:00am.
Moored as before at Port Everglades Florida, zone plus five
6:00 All hands, crew engaged in preparing ship for inspection
8:00 Liberty party returned on time.
Rudolph Bjorge, Ensign.

9:00AM - 4:00PM.
Gentle south to southwest breeze & partly cloudy.
Inspected magazine & powder sample. Condition dry
and normal.
Crew engaged preparing vessel for inspection
10:30AM Held general muster, crew inspected by Commanding
Officer.
10:40AM Dismissed from quarters. Vessel inspected by
Commanding Officer.
1:00PM Granted liberty to port watch to expire at 10:00AM
tomorrow.
1:15PM Millard A. Carnes, (100-050) sea 1c; left on one
days leave granted by Commanding Officer.
All unnecessary ship work secured for day.
F. Bronski
Bos'n (T)

4:00PM - Mid.
Light SE to gentle ESE breeze and partly cloudy.
6:25PM USCGC Saranac in sight standing in toward
sea buoy. 6:30PM Picket boat CG 2282 arrived from
Base 6 to transport ammunition to CG Saranac. Officer-in-charge
of CG 2282 reported boat unable to make trip due to
broken starter. Other means of transportation requested from
Base 6.
6:53PM CG 2247 arrived from Base 6. Tooked
20 rounds of 6 pdr. target practice ammunition on board
in two containers for delivery to CG Saranac to be
transported to Naval Ammunition Depot, St. Juliens Creek,
Va.
7:30PM CG 2247 returned and took CG 2282 in tow to
Base 6.
8:00PM Watch mustered and compartments secured.
9:00PM Lights out in crews quarters. Piped down.
F. Bronski
Bos'n (T)



25 June 1933
Quote
25/06/1933

Mid - 9:00AM.
Moderate SE breeze & partly cloudy.
7:00AM Called all hands. Carried out morning orders.
8:00AM Colors. Turned to. Performed usual Sunday routine.
F. Bronski
Bos'n (T)

9:00am to 4:00pm
Inspected magazines and smokeless powder samples; condition dry and
normal.
10:00, liberty party returned on time, no absentees.
10:15, granted liberty to the starboard watch until 8:00am tomorrow.
Observed Sunday.
D.D. Hesler, Lieut. (jg)

4:00pm to Midnight -
Evening reports and inspections made.
D.D. Hesler, Lieut. (jg)



26 June 1933
Quote
26/06/1933

Midnight to 9:00am -
Morning work performed.
8:00, liberty party returned on time, no absentees. Stanley P. Tyburski, F 1c,
(110-460) reported to be at his home on account of sickness.
D.D. Hesler, Lieut. (jg).

9:00am to 4:00pm.
Inspected magazine and smokeless
powder samples; conditions dry and normal.
9:30 Held quarters.
9:33 Mustered fire & rescue party for fire drill
9:38 Secure from fire drill
9:39 Held general quarters and gun drill
9:50 Secure from general quarters
9:50 Held collision drill - port bow.
9:53 Mat in place.
9:57 Secure from collision drill
9:59 Secured from quarters and all drills.
11:25 Millard A. Carnes (100-050) Sea 1c returned
aboard from one (1) days leave on time.
Crew engaged in clean up work and
holystoning spar deck.
Stanley P. Tyburski (100-460) F 1c rec'd medical treatment from Dr. Hendricks, USPHS
at his home
S.A. Hill, Ensign

4:00pm to midnight:
4:30 Granted liberty to port watch to
expire at 0800 to-morrow.
Usual evening routine performed.
S.A. Hill, Ensign

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Geographical Help / Re: Alaskan Place Names -- Discussion
« on: April 26, 2017, 10:46:29 pm »
Hi Randi,

It's not unusual for this to happen on geonames (and the issue reflects itself to mapcarta and many other sites, comprising geographic.org, which receives geonames updates regularly).
US Places (particularly in Alaska) have been badly placed with some kind of batch program by a user named gnis (don't know if it's the real Geographic Names Information System of US Government).
I had notified geonames about this a while ago, and corrected several Alaskan positions (at least those related to Unalga). On their forum i was answered user gnis had issues and had been temporarily blocked from bulk-editing places... but many placenames have still wrong position, up to several km away from their real location.

On geonames you can see user edits by clicking on the fourth icon from the left (similar to a numbered list), on the bottom of the placemark box. I've just corrected Golovnin Bay placement... it was moved about 9km (no hints, unfortunately, on previous position or direction of the move) in 2014.

PS: Both Golovnin Bay and Rocky Point are (with "correct" locations) already in the Alaskan Reference thread.

Edit: And, out of curiosity, i think i just found why gnis misplaced the item on geonames... their record for Golovnin Bay (https://geonames.usgs.gov/apex/f?p=138:3:0::NO:3:P3_FID,P3_TITLE:1402762,Golovnin%20Bay) contains a rectangular region delimited by 4 points... the first point is the only one that has been entered in geonames, the northwestern corner... for such a wide area, the outcome is a pretty huge error.

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 26, 2017, 07:50:51 am »
Near the end of our available logs, Unalga helps in the decommission of US Coast Guard Base 21, St. Petersburg.

On 13 June 1933, 14 June 1933, 15 June 1933 and 16 June 1933 she's taking aboard crated stores and equipment from Base 21, for transportation to USCG Base 6 at Fort Lauderdale, before leaving Tampa Bay on 17 June 1933 (part 1,part 2).

Quote from: 13 June 1933
Merid to 4:00pm.
Crew engaged taking crated stores and equipment onboard from Base 21 to be transported to Base 6, USCG.

Quote from: 14 June 1933
Mid to 9:00am.
...
Crew engaged in taking on crated stores and equipment for US Coast Guard Base 6.

9:00am to 4:00pm -
...
Loading equipment and supplies in connection with dismantling Base 21.

4:00pm to Midnight -
Loading supplies from Base 21, as before.
5:00, discontinued loading; ...

Quote from: 15 June 1933
9:00am to 4:00pm.
...
Crew engaged in loading equipment from Base 21 to be transported to Base 6.

4:00pm to Midnight 5:00
Discontinued work of loading equipment for the day.

Quote from: 16 June 1933
Midnight to 9:00am.
...
8:00 Hauled ship astern under shearlegs in preparation for taking aboard heavy equipment.

9:00am to 4:00pm
...
Loading equipment & supplies.
...
10:45 Picket boats CG-997 & CG-9147 with 26 surfboat in tow of CG-997 left for Base 6 at Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Base of shaper, No C-50, Crate #F-23 received in cracked condition.

Quote from: 17 June 1933 (part 1)
Midnight to 9:00am.
...
7:00 Crew engaged in securing cargo taken aboard from Base 21. Preparations made for getting underway.
8:05 Tested engine telegraph and steering engine; found to be in working order.
...
8:35 Dock trial. Draft: fwd 12'2", aft 14'4"

Quote from: 17 June 1933 (part 2)
*9:30am Completed loading and stowing materials and supplies from Base 21 for transportation to Base 6, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; weights and contents unknown, and by ship's check, as follows:
12 pcs uncrated machinery
17 pcs uncrated furniture
1 only uncrated safe
147 pcs; cases, crates, Bales, and drums of miscellaneous materials
8 cases small arms ammunition
2 Gun carriages
187 pcs. total.

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Crew Lists
« on: April 24, 2017, 02:38:30 pm »
Unalga(I) crew list and events on June 1933:

NameBadge NumberOccupationJoinsLeavesNotes
Gerald C. Arnett100-283Boatswains Mate 2cDisrated to Seaman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Frank Howard Barnett100-561Gunners Mate 1c

22 Jun 1933
Disrated to Gunners Mate
2c on 21 Jun 1933
Leave at Port Everglades for USCGC Saukee
Earl Baumgardt100-693Motor Machinists
Mate 2c
19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Fireman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Stephen Bell107-834Boatswains Mate 2c
19 Jun 1933
Also mentioned as Belle
Join at Port Everglades from Base 6
Disrated to Seaman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Erie Bennett100-855Motor Machinists
Mate 1c
19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Motor Machinists
Mate 2c on 21 Jun 1933
H.L. Bryant101-440Water Tender 2c15 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from USCGC Saukee
Eugene A. Bushe206-274Seaman 2c10 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Millard A. Carnes100-050Seaman 1c22 Jun 1933Join at Port Everglades from Base 6
Arthur C. Crouch102-452Fireman 1c12 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Ben B. Dameron216-005Seaman 1cDisrated to Seaman 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Cedric Davies201-047Seaman 1c5 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Lucious P. Dickey102-881Mess Attendant 1cDisrated to Mess Attendant 2c
on 21 Jun 1933
Philip T. Dozier103-035Boatswains Mate 1cTemporary duty made permanent
on 19 Jun 1933
Disrated to Boatswains
Mate 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Leroy M. Dunlock103-131Boatswains Mate 1c19 Jun 1933Join at Port Everglades from Base 6
Disrated to Boatswains
Mate 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Raleigh C. Elliott200-146Seaman 2c12 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Hosmer H. A. Fitzpatrick103-542CoxswainDisrated to Seaman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
George J. Fritz103-727Fireman 1c1 Jun 1933Ordinarily discharged at Tampa
John W. Garthright105-786Water Tender 2c

12 Jun 1933
Also mentioned as Garthwright, Gartwright
Disrated to Fireman 1c on 10 Jun 1933
Ordinarily discharged at Tampa
Bernard Gearheart201-229Fireman 1c
12 Jun 1933
Also mentioned as Gerhart
Honorably discharged at Tampa
Vincent J. Gerwe204-036Seaman 2c12 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Charles Gossett117-042Seaman 1cAlso mentioned as Grossett, Gassett
Disrated to Seaman 2c on 21 Jun 1933
William C. Greffrath121-424Motor Machinists
Mate 2c

19 Jun 1933
Also mentioned as Geffrath
Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Fireman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Louis L. Grumaldi104-385Fireman 2c12 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Elwood Hayes104-709Motor Machinists
Mate 1c
Never mentioned in logs before
Disrated to Motor Machinists
Mate 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Frank B. Klecz105-894Ships Cook 2c19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Luther W. Knight201-078Fireman 1c12 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
George A. Krause105-988Seaman 1c30 Jun 1933Join at Port Everglades from Base 6
Walter Lauer106-175Chief YeomanDisrated to Yeoman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Charles Lawson106-210Mess Attendant 1c

22 Jun 1933
Disrated to Mess Attendant 2c
on 21 Jun 1933
Leave at Port Everglades
for USCGC Tuscarora
Manuel C. Lewis106-359Seaman 1cDisrated to Seaman 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Harvey F. Maddrix106-636Seaman 1c30 Jun 1933Join at Port Everglades from Base 6
Louis F. Masney209-010
(204-010)
Quartermaster 3c19 Jun 1933Return aboard at Port Everglades
from temporary duty at Base 6
Melfred W. McGeorge203-155Seaman 2c22 Jun 1933Leave at Port Everglades
Jessie M. Moore107-476Seaman 1cDisrated to Seaman 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Charles W. Nagle107-728Officers Steward 3cDisrated to Mess Attendant 1c
on 21 Jun 1933
Edward P. Overstreet108-050Fireman 1cTemporary duty at Base 6
made permanent on 7 Jun 1933
William A. Pope108-479Mess Attendant 1cDisrated to Mess Attendant 2c
on 21 Jun 1933
Wallace C. Poythress108-525Boatswains Mate 1c19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
William Pritchett108-561Seaman 1c15 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at St. Petersburg
Robert J. Prothro200-207Seaman 2c12 Jun 1933Honorably discharged at Tampa
Boyde S. Putman108-597Gunners Mate 2cAlso mentioned as Putnam
Disrated to Seaman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
John F. Simpson200-004Motor Machinists
Mate 2c
19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Fireman 2c on 21 Jun 1933
George A. Smith109-653Motor Machinists
Mate 1c
19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Motor Machinists
Mate 2c on 21 Jun 1933
Joseph L. St. Pierre109-104CoxswainDisrated to Seaman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
William G. Stewart200-077Seaman 1c
12 Jun 1933
Also mentioned as Steward
Honorably discharged at Tampa
Edward M. Thomas110-237Officers Steward 2cAlso mentioned as Edward E. Thomas
Disrated to Officers Steward 3c
on 21 Jun 1933
Raymond George Thomason110-260Seaman 1cCharges and specifications
delivered on 8 Jun 1933
Summary court takes place
on 17 Jun 1933
Matthew J. Thorlin109-458Seaman 1c30 Jun 1933Join at Port Everglades from Base 6
Stanley P. Tyburski110-469Motor Machinists
Mate 2c
19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Fireman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Walter B. Wachob110-648Motor Machinists
Mate 2c
19 Jun 1933Join at St. Petersburg from Base 6
Disrated to Fireman 1c on 21 Jun 1933
Carlyle J. Westcott110-886Coxswain19 Jun 1933Leave at Port Everglades
Robert Woldon111-185Officers Steward 3cAlso mentioned as Wolden
Disrated to Mess Attendant 1c
on 21 Jun 1933

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Crew Lists
« on: April 24, 2017, 02:38:02 pm »
Unalga(I) Officers & Passengers List - June 1933:

June 1933
http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/Unalga//Volumes/Seagate%20Backup%20Plus%20Drive/Arfon-JPEGS/RG26/UNALGA//b2591/b2591_195_0.jpg

NameRankAddress
Officers
John P. CrowleyLieutenant1126 SE 7th St Ft Lauderdale, Fla
Hazel P. Crowley - wife (Phone 431-J)
Chester McP. AndersonLieutenantTowers Apt Ft Lauderdale, Fla
Helen M Anderson - wife Phone 9109
Donald Dorchester HeslerLieutenant (jg)410 SE 12th Court, Ft Lauderdale, Fla
Elinor M. Hesler - wife 98 Locust Ave., New Dorp, Staten Island NY
Swen Alfred HillEnsignOn board
Rudolph BjorgeEnsignOn board
Warrant Officers
Willard L. JonesChief MachinistTowers Apt. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Virginia K. Jones - wife - Phone 9109
Peder M. PedersenBoatswain708 SE 6th Court Ft Lauderdale, Fla.
Grace Pedersen - wife

USCG PERRY - Port Everglades, Fla.
Leonard S. SouthallMachinistTerrace Apt Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Leona Southall - wife
Philip A. KruglerPay Clerk (T)328 SW 20th St. Ft Lauderdale, Fla.
Mary A. Krugler - wife



Notable movements:
NameBadge NumberOccupationTranscriber Notes
Rudolph BjorgeEnsignJoin at Tampa on 5 Jun 1933
Peder M. PedersenBoatswainLeave at Tampa on 6 Jun 1933 for USCGC Perry
Swen Alfred HillEnsignJoin at Tampa on 9 Jun 1933
John C. Howard105-071Ships Cook 3cJoin at Tampa from USCGC Tuscarora on 13 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Henry P. Williams216-114Ships Cook 3cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 16 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
William H. Davis102-707Motor Machinists Mate 1cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 16 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Leroy M. Dunlock103-131Boatswains Mate 1cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 17 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Stephen Bell107-834Boatswains Mate 2cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 17 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Henry Cavanaugh101-898CoxswainJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 17 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Ervin I. Eisenhower201-106Seaman 1cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 17 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Harry O. Hardbarger104-591Seaman 1cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 17 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
William S. Moog104-460Motor Machinists Mate 1cJoin at St. Petersburg from Base 21 on 17 Jun 1933
for transportation to Base 6
Leave at Port Everglades on 19 Jun 1933
Richard E. Anderson-Aboard as guest at St. Petersburg on 17 Jun 1933
John P. CrowleyLieutenantLeave for temporary duty on 22 Jun 1933
Command passes to Chester McP. Anderson
Philip A. KruglerPay Clerk (T)Detached from Coast Guard on 23 Jun 1933
Frank BronskiBoatswain (T)Join at Port Everglades on 23 Jun 1933
J.P. GuyRadio ElectricianAboard while ship at sea on 28 Jun 1933 to calibrate
radio direction finder

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 21, 2017, 04:38:46 pm »
 ;D ;D
One of the most exciting things happened lately (amongst several stand-ready/ok-wait/nevermind-no-assistance-needed calls)... how far are the adventurous Alaskan days!
She's quietly patrolling Florida waters (we have not logs for that, but she'll be soon lent to Navy once more, when a military coup led by Fulgencio Batista begin at Cuba).

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 21, 2017, 02:49:12 pm »
Ouch :(

On 10 May 1933:
Quote
4:00PM to Midnight.
...
10:00, Performed first aid treatment for civilian, Mr. B. Singer, who was fishing off dock by removal of fish hook from finger.

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Crew Lists
« on: April 20, 2017, 09:32:06 am »
Unalga(I) crew list and events on May 1933:

NameBadge NumberOccupationJoinsLeavesNotes
Arthur J. Carr101-806Machinists Mate 1c26 May 1933Honorably discharged at Port Everglades
Philip T. Dozier103-035Boatswains Mate 1c29 May 1933Join at Port Everglades
from Base 6 for temporary duty
John W. Garthright105-786Water Tender 2cAlso mentioned as Garthwright, Gartwright
Awarded summary court on 16 May 1933
Charges and specifications
delivered on 20 May 1933
Summary court takes place on 22 May 1933
Henry T. Harllee201-053Seaman 1c

13 May 1933

12 May 1933
Also mentioned as Harlee
Honorably discharged at Port Everglades
Re-enlisted at Port Everglades
Henry P. Helmey104-776Seaman 1c26 May 1933Honorably discharged at Port Everglades
Paul T. Kennedy105-668Boatswains Mate 1c26 May 1933Honorably discharged at Port Everglades
Louis F. Masney209-010
(204-010)
Quartermaster 3c29 May 1933Leave at Port Everglades
for temporary duty at Base 6
Edward P. Overstreet108-050Fireman 1c29 May 1933Leave at Port Everglades
for temporary duty at Base 6
Raymond George Thomason110-260Yeoman 3cAwarded deck court on 15 May 1933
Deck court met on 17 May 1933
Disrated to Seaman 1c on 18 May 1933
Placed in single irons on 21 May 1933
Released from single irons on 22 May 1933
Summary court awarded same day
Carlyle J. Westcott110-886Coxswain29 May 1933Join at Port Everglades
from Base 6 for temporary duty

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Crew Lists
« on: April 20, 2017, 09:31:20 am »
Unalga(I) Officers & Passengers List - May 1933:

May 1933
http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/Unalga//Volumes/Seagate%20Backup%20Plus%20Drive/Arfon-JPEGS/RG26/UNALGA//b2591/b2591_159_0.jpg

NameRankAddress
Officers
John P. CrowleyLieutenant1126 SE 7th St. Ft. Lauderdale Fla.
Mrs Hazel P. Crowley, wife, (PH 431J)
Chester McP. AndersonLieutenantTowers Apts, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla
Mrs. Helen M. Anderson, wife
Donald Dorchester HeslerLieutenant (jg)410 SE 12th Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Mrs Elinor M. Hesler, wife
True Gilbert MillerEnsignMrs Margaret Miller, Mother
PO Box 44, Navy Yard, Charleston, SC.
Warrant Officers
Willard L. JonesChief MachinistTower Apt. Ft. Lauderdale Florida
Mrs Virginia J Jones, (wife) apt 32 9109
Peder M. PedersenBoatswain708 SE 6th Court Ft Lauderdale Fla
Mrs. Grace Pedersen wife
Leonard S. SouthallMachinist706 SE 6th Court, Ft. Lauderdale Fla
Mrs Leona Southall wife
Philip A. KruglerPay Clerk (T)328 SW 20th St. Ft Lauderdale, Fla.
Mrs Mary A. Krugler wife



Notable movements:
NameOccupationTranscriber Notes
True Gilbert MillerEnsignLeave at Port Everglades on 5 May 1933 for CG Air Station Cape May, NY
Dr. E.M. HendricksAA Surgeon USPHSOn board on 23 May 1933 to inspect crew for venereal diseases.
Leave same day.

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 14, 2017, 11:51:31 am »
Thank you so much Hanibal!  :D :D

I'll let you know... hopefully, as i'm just a couple months away from the end, it won't happen again.

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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 12, 2017, 03:59:57 pm »
Ouch!
On 13 April 1933 a service ??? accident happens:
Quote
4:00pm to Midnight
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The Dockyard / Re: Unalga I -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: April 11, 2017, 06:51:33 pm »
Hi Hanibal!
You would be very kind :D

Generally i enter an event for every watch, and then add also places, people, ships and such over it, but i'd say just the entire event would be far sufficient for future editors..
Moreover, i think i've found who jumped in, and if he/she is the only one to have transcribed, he/she has already entered the most important things and has not totally skipped events (which was my main concern). So feel free to add missing info as you see suit.

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