|提及的人：||Samuel Eliot Morison|
|描述：||3 linear ft.|
Naval orders and other military papers; official correspondence dealing with career matters; correspondence with Samuel Eliot Morison with whom Anderson worked on several volumes of The History of US Naval Operations in World War II (1950-1960); correspondence files relating to a plagiarism case (1954); publications; patent for his invention of an electro-mechanical cipher machine; material relating to 7th Fleet amphibious operations during World War II; subject files relating to Operation Hollandia, a World War II operation against the Japanese in New Guinea; research notes and writings; and miscellany including diaries of his naval career, photos, clippings, and pamphlets; relating to Anderson's service in the U.S. Navy, with the 7th Fleet during World War II, and as head, Dept. of Strategy and Tactics, U.S. Naval War College.
- United States. -- Navy. -- Fleet, 7th.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- New Guinea.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Amphibious operations.
- United States. -- Navy -- History.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations, American.
- Morison, Samuel Eliot, -- 1887-1976 -- Correspondence.
- Machine ciphers.
- Naval education -- Rhode Island.
- Naval strategy -- Study and teaching -- Rhode Island.
- Naval tactics -- Study and teaching -- Rhode Island.
- United States. -- Navy -- Officers -- Naval and personal papers -- 20th century.
- Operation Hollandia.
- New Guinea -- History -- World War, 1939-1945.
- Rhode Island -- Education -- Naval schools.
- Newport (R.I.) -- Education -- Naval schools.
- Naval War College (U.S.) -- Faculty -- Personal and professional papers.
- Naval War College (U.S.). -- Department of Strategy and Tactics.