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Life-Saving Service were merged to become the Coast Guard, and were used to re-mark existing equipment already in use by both organizations and newly acquired equipment up into the 1950s or later. Haversack dates from early Coast Guard years and is identical to that used by the Life-Saving Service as designed and described by David Lyle in his 1877 report. Two side seams on each side have come loose, and the left side of the flap has been chewed by mice, with some leather missing. The belt is missing about two feet of the point end. Still this is a good item if you dont have a Coast Guard haversack in your collection as they are extremely rare. On the inside end is a pocket for the combination octant (level). Unfortunately, the condition of this haversack is poor. Photo is b/w and includes date and lengthy description on back. Rare sweater is in very good condition and includes Coast Guard logo on the front, leather patches on the sleeves, and great "rope knot" buttons. Captain Kevin Leo Moser was born August 9, 1922, in St. Included are six scrapbook pages (11 3/8" x 6 15/16") with 11 photographs adhered. She was designed with excellent sea-keeping qualities, a long cruising range, good towing capabilities, and by necessity the capacity to store a large amount of munitions. The Dexter was forced to fire on the schooner Im Alone when their captain refused to surrender or allow the cutters officer to board and search the vessel. Clear close press photo shows great detail as the Chief Engineer and crew pose on deck. This appears to be made from a Revenue Cutter Service or early Coast Guard undress sword belt (with half of the 2-part buckle) and may have been used to replace a lost or damaged belt on the Keepers haversack. The body of the blanket is heavy wool, light OD or khaki in color with sewn edges, measuring about 55 by 80. Follow the training, lessons learned, funny stories, and a true love of being a shallow-water sailor. George Reef LH, San Luis Obispo LH, Marshall Islands, Pt. Cutter assignments included CGC Gresham, Taney, Escanaba, Cahoone, Active, Point Chico, Point Sal. Bender, presented him with the first Coxswain's Insignia ever issued, because, as Admiral Bender noted: "[BMCM Mc Adams] has a tremendous record of rescues and that he truly represents all Coast Guardsmen." BMCM Mc Adams commanded many of the small boat stations in the Pacific Northwest, including the Coast Guard's Motor Lifeboat School at Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington, where he wrote the textbook used to train future lifesavers. He appeared in Life, National Geographic, True and other national publications. With thousands of miles of coastline to protect, horses were added patrols were put into action in many places. This allows us to issue more catalogues and feature more items, with better photos and descriptions. The story of how these men were rescued is retold even today. Great image and view of his uniform and the pilot house as he scans the sea. Twenty of her 35 crew were rescued, eleven by USCGC Coos Bay and nine by SS Fruen Norway. His last few years of service were spent in Washington D. Moser served in the Coast Guard until 1975, retiring with the rank of Captain. Thus with the 20th Century came the important enterprises which tourism calls for. She was constructed in Greenport, Published by John Badgley, 2007. John Badgley (1922 2014) was a California architect. Reports include extensive details of operations and of rescues throughout the year. The sea was too rough to permit the Im Alone to be boarded and seized by force and the furthermore the master of the Im Alone waved a revolver in a threatening manner indicating that he would resist forcibly any attempt to board his vessel. When the body of this seaman was taken from the water, the members of the Coast Guard worked more than two and one-half hours in an attempt to resuscitate him but without avail. Warning shots were fired ahead and when the vessel did not stop, the Dexter fired through the riggings and later put a dozen shots into the hull of the Im Alone. The Coast Guard vessels picked up the members of the crew of the Im Alone with the exception of one person who was drowned. During her 40 years of service in North Carolina waters, she became something of a fixture to the local population, but by 1946, she was on her last legs. Let us know your email address and we will email you monthly as our catalogues are posted. In the days following the ordeal, twenty-one Coast Guardsmen would be decorated. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Although the ships Leonordo Da Vinci, Coastguard Cutter Coos Bay and Fruen appeared in time for rescue, some 14 of the crew who had taken to the lifeboats perished. Clear, close, original 8 x 10 press photo shows excellent detail as Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat CG-44336 plunges through the waves on a training mission. Clear, close, original 8 x 10 press copy photo of 1929 view shows excellent detail as the crew of CGC Apache poses on deck. Purchased at the estate sale of the retired US Coast Guard Captain, this was hanging in the closet. Filled with photos and information about the Navy and Coast Guard influences on the island, as well as information on many of the men who served there over the years. He was also a life-long sailor, marine enthusiast, historian and ecologist. Also details personnel, construction and repairs of stations and equipment, rescues and assistance rendered, station listings, loss of life, evaluation of new equipment, ice patrol, promotions, new vessels, the Academy, the Blue Anchor Society [aid for the shipwrecked], awards of medals, report of Board on Life-Saving Appliances, and much more. Each overall clean, tight, only very light wear to wraps.. The sea was too rough to permit the Im Alone to be boarded and seized by force and the furthermore the master of the Im Alone waved a revolver in a threatening manner indicating that he would resist forcibly any attempt to board his vessel. When the body of this seaman was taken from the water, the members of the Coast Guard worked more than two and one-half hours in an attempt to resuscitate him but without avail. The Coast Guard decommissioned the old cutter on 6 September 1946. Also details personnel, construction and repairs of stations and equipment, rescues and assistance rendered, station listing, loss of life, evaluation of new equipment, ice patrol, promotions, new vessels, the Academy, the Blue Anchor Society [aid for the shipwrecked], awards of medals, report of Board on Life-Saving Appliances, and much more. Overall clean, tight, only very light wear to wraps.
We now issue most of our catalogues on line rather than by mail. They both broke in two on the morning of February 19th with 84 half-frozen men marooned on the battered hulks. Anderson is listed as having been appointed in 1906. On February 19, 1964, the cargo ship Ambassador, built in 1945, on voyage from Philadelphia to the UK with 9516 tons of wheat and corn in bulk, suffered an engine breakdown, got flooded in heavy weather and began to founder. Clear, close, original 8 x 10 press photo shows excellent detail of the crew posed on deck prior to leaving Boston to study currents and ice conditions off Labrador. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. He subsequently served all over the world, his last tour at sea being as the first CO of the USCGC Gallatin (1969-1971). After World War II electricity, paved roads, telephones, ferries, and automobiles, and especially the establishment of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore Park with an Ocracoke marina, an area headquarters, and Information Center, and an Ocean Beach Campsite, brought in many more tourists so that modern motels and hotels and restaurants were established. She was equipped with a gasoline launch, the Relief, probably the first station in the country to have a power boat. A true account of the life of United States Coast Guard sailors on board a fighting frigate during World War II; the humor, pathos, heroism and significance of one small ship in the United States naval armada of 1944. Includes early air operations as well as beach patrol with rescues, ice patrol and smuggling interdiction. Warning shots were fired ahead and when the vessel did not stop, the Dexter fired through the riggings and later put a dozen shots into the hull of the Im Alone. The Coast Guard vessels picked up the members of the crew of the Im Alone with the exception of one person who was drowned. The commanding officer of the Dexter spoke to the master of the Im Alone through a megaphone and informed him that the Im Alone would be sunk unless it obeyed the command to stop. (x) Early leather belt measures 1 wide by 42 long and has brass hook on one end and brass catch from 2-part buckle. During World War II, after the Coast Guard had been transferred to the Navy, Pamlico was assigned to operate under the Assistant Captain of the Port at Morehead City. Photo is b/w and includes date and brief description on back.
First Annual Report for the newly formed Coast Guard, formed by the merging of the Life-Saving Service and Revenue Cutter Service on January 29, 1915, and listing Sumner I Kimball as the Coast Guard General Superintendent.
Light wear, contents clean, owners pencil inscription, in moderately worn dj.
We are continually acquiring wonderful and rare original antiques and implements US Light-House Establishment, Life-Saving Service, Revenue Cutter Service and U. The men who ventured into 60-foot seas in the little 36-foot CG36500 motor lifeboat to rescue the tanker crews showed what heroism really is. One MV Ambassador lifeboat capsized and 4 were drowned, while the second with 10 crew was never seen again. The exercise turned into a real rescue when Petty Officer Clay Rannick fell overboard. The Apache, an all-purpose Coast Guard vessel in 1915, served as an ice-breaker, rescue vessel, mine layer, anti-submarine work, and prohibition patrol boat in its long service. There is some light wear and a few very small pulls or mothing, also some dark or lightly stained areas. After officer training at the US Coast Guard Academy, where he raced Star boats and served before the mast on the square rigged ship DANMARK, he joined the crew of USS BISBEE (PF-46) serving in 45 campaigns in the south and north Pacific during WWII. The Dexters crewmen shown are all identified on the back.
How this all came about, and the story of life at Cape Cod small boat stations in the 1950s, is a tale well worth reading and a tribute to Coast Guardsmen everywhere. The Captain died while being lifelined to the Leonardo Da Vinci. Period mounted photo on home-made mat shows the Clover while working at Nome, Alaska. A hovering helicopter quickly made an emergency landing and picked him up. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. The makers tag is worn away but sweater appears to be of wool, possibly a large in size. 27" top of collar to bottom edge, 21" across the shoulders, 21" sleeves. Clear, close, original 6 x 8 press photo shows excellent detail of the Coast Guard cutter Active as crewmen retrieve a breeches buoy line. USS Bisbee was awarded 5 battle stars in 3 major theaters of operation. (x)is long heralded work by Ralph Shanks and Wick York is once again available.