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Fri Mar 21 17:09:45 2014 UTClccn-n801258550.00Preliminary inventory of the field records of the Light-House Service : (record group 26) /0.521.00Aids to navigation in the Lighthouse Service ... Report. <To accompany S. 21.>266475115n 80125855506366United States. Department of Commerce and Labor. Bureau of Light-HousesUnited States. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Light-HousesUnited States. Light-Houses, Bureau ofUnited States. Lighthouse ServiceUnited States. Coast GuardcontainsVIAFID/153524763United States. Department of CommercecontainsVIAFID/158267850United States. Department of Commerce and LaborcontainsVIAFID/134797990United States. Light-House BoardcontainsVIAFID/146714487United States. Lighthouse Servicelccn-n2010026745Majher, Patricialccn-n87875926De Wire, Elinor1953-lccn-n80125851United StatesCoast Guardviaf-305139313Weiss, Georgelccn-no94016008Floherty, John J.(John Joseph)1882-lccn-n78084928Shanks, Ralph C.lccn-n80125853United StatesLife-Saving Servicelccn-n78084927Shanks, Janetta Thompsonlccn-n00123160Stimpson, W. G.(William Gordon)1865-1940np-woodward, rell m$1862 1915Woodward, Rell M.1862-1915United StatesBureau of Light-HousesPeriodicalsLighthousesUnited StatesUnited States.--Bureau of Light-HousesLighthouse keepersMichiganWomen lighthouse keepersLighthouse keepers--Family relationshipsBeaconsLightshipsBuoysMedicine, NavalFirst aid in illness and injuryCaliforniaLifeboat serviceFog-signalsRadioMassachusetts--BostonAids to navigationLighthouse tendersCivil servicePensionsUnited States.--Coast GuardUnited States.--Lighthouse ServiceUnited States--Atlantic CoastGulf of MexicoUnited States--Gulf CoastBridge lights (Navigation)North America--Atlantic CoastNavigationRadio beaconsNorth America--Pacific CoastNew EnglandFogUnited States--Delaware RiverAtlantic Ocean--Delaware BayMassachusettsAlaskaCivil service--PensionsLighthouses--Law and legislationArchivesMichigan--JacobsvilleMaineUnited States.--National Archives and Records ServiceEmployees--Medical careExpenditures, PublicAnniversaries1871189419011907191019111912191319141915191619171918192019231924192619271928193119321933193419351936193719391942194919521953196419741978199219952000200720102512177263613.68VK1023612ocn011985897book19150.90United StatesPrevention of disease and care of the sick and injured : medical handbook for the use of lighthouse vessels and stations, 1915523ocn006217064book19160.86United StatesThe United States lighthouse service, 1915463ocn003215614book19310.88United StatesRadiobeacons and radiobeacon navigation442ocn006217068book19230.88United StatesThe United States lighthouse service 1923432ocn011989205book19120.90United StatesMedical handbook for the use of lighthouse vessels and stations4220ocn643946206com0.92United StatesAtlantic coast of the United States383ocn028591378book19160.93United StatesTwo-hundredth anniversary of Boston light : September 25, 1916273ocn028591376book19130.93United StatesCivil-service regulations for the lighthouse service279ocn551235436com0.90United StatesPacific coast of the United States Local light list including lights, fog signals, buoys, and daymarks, California and Oregon, including Columbia river251ocn015113334book19490.92United StatesMiscellaneous bills, Coast Guard : hearings before the Subcommittee on the Coast Guard of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Eighty-first Congress, first session, on H.R. 182, a bill to increase the retired pay of certain members of the former lighthouse service; H.R. 273, a bill to revise, codify, and enact into law, Title 14 of the U.S. Code, entitled "Coast Guard"; H.R. 1309, a bill to provide additional retirement benefits for certain persons serving in the Coast Guard who served in the former lighthouse service; H.R. 2986, a bill to increase the retired pay of certain members of the former lighthouse service; H.R. 3294, a bill to regulate the hours of duty and the pay of civilian keepers of lighthouse and civilian employed on lightships and other vessels of the Coast Guard. May 2, 1949203ocn043980312serial0.86Lighthouse Service bulletinPeriodicals164ocn551235438com0.88United StatesGulf coast of the United States162ocn011974561book19180.88United StatesRegulations for the United States Lighthouse Service163ocn035331882com0.96Light list, including fog signals, Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United StatesPeriodicals151ocn006217059book19390.90United StatesSpecification for the twin-screw steel, Diesel-electric-propelled lighthouse tender "Juniper."153ocn038121042serial0.88United StatesRegulations for the United States Lighthouse ServicePeriodicals132ocn012574934book19370.97United StatesRegulations for lighting bridges : 1937132ocn644323293file0.94United StatesLight list, Atlantic coast of the United States, southern part Cape Henry to the Rio Grande, including Chesapeake bay and the U.S. West Indian islands. Norfolk, Charleston, Jacksonville, New Orleans and San Juan districts ... 1937 (corrected to Feb. 1)-1942 (corrected to Jan. 1)134ocn607155285com0.96United StatesAnnual report133ocn040046936com0.93Notice to marinersPeriodicals9354ocn709596554file20100.37Majher, PatriciaLadies of the lights Michigan women in the U.S. Lighthouse ServiceHistoryBiographyFrom the Publisher: Michigan once led the country in the number of lighthouses, and they're still a central part of the mystique and colorful countryside of the state. What even the region's lighthouse enthusiasts might not know is the rich history of female lighthouse keepers in the area. Fifty women served the sailing communities on Lakes Huron, Michigan, and Superior, as well as on the Detroit River, for more than 100 years. From Catherine Shook, who raised eight children while maintaining the Pointe Aux Barques light at the entrance to Saginaw Bay; to Eliza Truckey, who assumed responsibility for the lighthouse in Marquette while her husband fought for four years in the Civil War; to Elizabeth Whitney, whose combined service on Beaver Island and in Harbor Springs totaled forty-one years-the stories of Michigan's "ladies of the light" are inspiring. This is no technical tome documenting the minutiae of Michigan's lighthouse specifications. Rather, it's a detailed, human portrait of the women who kept those lighthouses running, defying the gender expectations of their time+-+68960572952142ocn031607083book19950.19De Wire, ElinorGuardians of the lights : the men and women of the U.S. Lighthouse ServiceHistory+-+24669161061914ocn001617209book19260.73Weiss, George...The lighthouse service, its history, activities and organization1162ocn001710141book19420.28Floherty, John JSentries of the sea901ocn004275084book19780.27Shanks, Ralph CLighthouses and lifeboats on the Redwood CoastHistory271ocn016128513book19530.93United StatesLighthouse Service employees, medical care. Hearing before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Eighty-third Congress, first session, on H.R. 1026, a bill to amend the Public Health Service act to provide medical, surgical, and dental treatment and hospitalization for cerain officers and employees of the former Lighthouse Service. April 17, 1953271ocn045847579book20000.23Peterson, DouglasU.S. lighthouse service tenders, 1840-1939+-+K762090336131ocn021658552book19370.97United StatesUnited States Lighthouse Service : hearing before the special subcommittee of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to investigate the problems and needs of the Bureau of Lighthouses, Department of Commerce, Seventy-fifth Congress, first session121ocn021642495book19240.98United StatesLighthouse Service Personnel Bill : hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, first session on H.R. 6866, a bill to provide for protection of aids to navigation in the Lighthose Service and for other purposes. March 27, 192431ocn084573021book19161.00United StatesAids to navigation in the Lighthouse Service ... Report. <To accompany S. 21.>21ocn256497026book19141.00United StatesAids to navigation in the Lighthouse Service : Mr. Perkins, from the Committee on Commerce, submitted the following report (to accompany S. 789)11ocn083707758book19161.00United StatesLighthouse service ... Report. <To accompany S. 4425>11ocn243855831mix1.00Gulliver, Louis JMaine's lighthousesAn article celebrating the 150th birthday of the U.S. Lighthouse Bureau, and discussing Maine's lighthouses11ocn256497601book1913United StatesAids to navigation, Lighthouse Service : Mr. Covington, from the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, submitted the following report (to accompany H.R. 7206)11ocn853132308com19131.00United StatesLeave of Absence to Mechanics and Laborers in the Lighthouse Service : hearings before the United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Sixty-Second Congress, third session, on Jan. 10, 1913Considers (62) H.R. 2700011ocn853124684com19161.00United StatesLighthouse Service : hearings before the United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Sixty-Fourth Congress, first session, on Apr. 1, 191611ocn711885031mix0.47St. Andre, OliverOliver St. Andre CorrespondenceCorrespondence, 1924-1937, between Oliver St. Andre and the Lighthouse Service, later the Bureau of Lighthouses and the War Department Engineer Office. Includes several commendations for St. Andre and his assistant as well a description of a buoy recovery operation after ice had moved the mark off-station11ocn018976426book1964Holdcamper, Forrest RobertPreliminary inventory of the field records of the Light-House Service : (record group 26)HistoryBibliography CatalogsCatalogs11ocn080920388book19161.00United StatesAids to navigation, Lighthouse service ... Report. <To accompany H.R. 14338.>11ocn079742977book19151.00United StatesAids to navigation in the Lighthouse service ... Report (to accompany H.R. 19746)+-+2466916106Fri Mar 21 16:09:28 EDT 2014batch22356