Vancouver (LPD 2) - Naval Cruise Book

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VANCOUVER CLPD-25 -gi ,wi if 'K W' SEVENTH CRUISE BGOK 25 SEPTEMBER I976- 2I MAY I977 V .f L F WNY K x X 'hqxx X x S Q . 5 E f 5 Q Y 4 N.,-sr'jY 5 xx XL ,fx A XLNJYR .il - XQkiXVfi Q- jf Us-4 fag! W f 'W KW! i X xix S x xxx X Ni S 's QQ ' 5 X kg v, x- X ,Q Ns Xi . K X Sm' ' ,XX M X -4,1 E .Ay -' , - Q X N xi- f. A x fx 4 .Lb x 1., QW 4 SQ' - ag .f 40 X! ' - ww xv Q ' - Q . , ,z ff? if'-X , ff-wi mums. Q 5352434 x X W f X ' Q ' 9 f' f7 'Z 9,249 , M ,pf M .rf fi-PM X f ' 0-wif 'ff fad .Ygg - sf! f f Qi?-,Lc',.ffW V ff y V ff' f 1 f 6 A 2 V Q ,, fm, . 1 5 "Z, X i' ff! 141, fn X f f ,7 ffv ' y ff 'yfyf Y X ,W Xqs , KVM' 'S X --MW..,M "mfs . M W f mn ff f f f WW WM, K , ,4 CZ ,, aka , ZW ' X. 1 A A Z wg .. -x VANCOUVER HISTORY VANCOUVER HISTORY USS VANCOUVER CLPD-25, built at the New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, New York, officially joined the United States Navy on ll May l963, and shortly thereafter proceeded to her designated home port of San Diego, California, via the Panama Canal. On I6 November l964 VANCOUVER departed San Diego on her first deployment to the Western Pacific. Her service with the Seventh Fleet during that overseas cruise included participation in the historical initial amphibious landing at Danang, South Vietnam. and was highlighted by her visit to Australia for the I965 Coral Sea Celebration in May, while enroute home. During this initial tour to the Far East VANCOUVER visited Okinawa, Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippine Islands and the ports of Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. A short visit to Pago Pago in American Samoa was included in the homeward bound itinerary. On 5 August l965, less than two months after completion of her first full Western Pacific deployment, VANCOUVER again set sail for the Far East with a trooplift of Marines destined for South Vietnam. Upon completion of her mission VANCOUVER returned to San Diego on 5 October I965. ' VANCOUVER again departed San Diego on 9 July I966 for her most important mission since commissioning. Upon joining the Seventh Fleet Amphibious Ready Group off Vietnam, she was the first LPD to actually conduct combat operations. Six C63 separate assault landings were conducted during the ensuing nine months of operations, ranging from just south of the Demilitarized Zone to the Mekong Delta. The Delta operation, which saw American forces penetrate that vital region for the first time in the war, was the largest amphibious undertaking since the massive landing at lnchon, Korea in September of I950. VANCOUVER returned to San Diego on 8 April I967. After a short period of leave and upkeep, she journeyed north to participate in the Canadian Centennial Naval Assembly at Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. On I February I968, VANCOUVER departed San Diego on her fourth deployment in the Western Pacific. Participating in numerous support missions, VANCOUVER significantly contributed to boat repairs and logistical support to forces in the area. The "Vancando" spirit continued as she returned home in September I968. A period of welcome rest was followed in February of I969 by a major over haul which lasted until May. In August VANCOUVER departed on her fifth deployment to Vietnam returning in March I970. VANCOUVER'S sixth cruise began on 6 June I970 when she sailed to the Western Pacific with 300 Naval Academy Midshipmen. In seven weeks she visited the ports of Yokosuka, Japan, Hong Kong, Danang, Vietnam and Hawaii, returning to the United States on I August I970. Her seventh deployment started 28 March I97l and lasted until 5 November l97l. During those seven months VANCOUVER par- ticipated in several practice landings with her embarked Marines. Her port visits included Singapore, Subic Bay, Philippines, Sasebo, Japan, Buckner Bay, Okinawa, and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. - During the summer of I972 VANCOUVER once more sailed to the Far East with nearly 300 Midshipmen from Annapolis, exposing them to the same ports visited in I970. During the last quarter of l972 VANCOUVER again underwent a major overhaul. Following Refreshing Training her ninth deploy- ment commenced on I5 March l973. This particular cruise marked an end to hostilities in the Far East with the participation of the USS VANCOUVER in Operation End Sweep. This operation marked the first time in U.S. Naval history that mine countermeasure techni- ques were undertaken with helicopters. Other operations included, among other things, the embarkation of some 750 Marines at Camp Fuji, Numazu, Japan. The ports visited were Oakland, Port Angles, Washington, Sasebo, Okinawa, Subic Bay, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong, Kagoshima, lwakuni and Pearl Harbor. This cruise was completed with a return to San Diego on 9 October I973. The VANCOUVER embarked on her tenth WESTPAC deployment on I8 October I974. She participated in many operational exer- cises and played a major role in the spring of I975 in Operations Eagle Pull and Frequent Wind, which were the evacuations of Cam- bodia and Vietnam respectively. VANCOUVER returned to San Diego on 6 June l975 and was subsequently awarded the Meritorious Unit Citation, the Naval Unit Citation, and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for her role in Operations Eagle Pull and Frequent Wind. Upon completion of Refresher Training in April l976, VANCOUVER began preparations for the celebration of the 200th birthday of the United States of America. On 28 June I976, in response to an invitation from the city of Vancouver, Washington, VANCOUVER departed San Diego for her namesake city to celebrate the nation's 200th birthday. After a visit of three days, which included visit-ship priviliges for the residents of the city over the 4th of July weekend, VANCOUVER got underway for San Francisco. After a week-long stay in the Bay area, VANCOUVER set sail and arrived in San Diego on I9 July. On 25 September I976 VANCOUVER embarked on her eleventh Western Pacific deployment. On this cruise VANCOUVER par- ticipated in Operation Kangaroo ll in Australia in conjunction with the Australian and New Zealand armed forces. VANCOUVER also participated in Operation Team Spirit in Korea, a joint allied amphibious exercise. Ports visited during the l976-77 WESTPAC were Honolulu, Sydney, Australia, Subic Bay, Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, Keelung, Taiwan, and lnchon, Korea. On I4 May I977 VAN- COUVER stopped in Pearl Harbor on her homeward transit and embarked thirty-five male relatives of VANCOUVER crewmen thus hosting a Tiger Cruise to San Diego. On 2I May I977 VANCOUVER arrived in her homeport of San Diego, completing her eleventh and a most memorable Western Pacific deployment. M f X ' ff iff' W W :Q-. N A as .Q f ,wr A' x 9+ y ,N "--V ,, an -QI? 6' ' N A MX , ,,,, -f . qu. ....4...., i We 'H M ,k.W.f,:,,44+:w- ,Q . 6 W A JM,-X , .hy ff,X'!C ff f ff 1 1' y, M 1 A f ff ff!! N THE CAPT I CAPT. DAVID G RAMSEY USN Captain David G. Ramsey received his commission in June l95I and has served extensively in both Atlantic and Pacific Fleet units. In his early career tours he served in destroyers and amphibious ships. His early assignments included experience in Gunnery, Engineer- ing and Operations Departments. Following his sea duty he was selected for post graduate school. He was then assigned as Assistant Naval Attache in Hong Kong. From l964-66 he served as Executive Officer of USS BRUSH CDD-7455, followed by a year as a student at the Armed Forces Staff College. ln l967 he assumed command of USS PRESTON CDD-7957 and completed two combat deployments. In l969 Cap- tain Ramsey became a Plans Officer in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations until l972 when he became the Assistant Chief of Staff CNBJ, for Commander Amphibious Group TWO. ln l974 he was assigned responsibilities as Assistant Chief of Staff USD, for Commander-In-Chief, United I Nations Com- mandf United States Forces Korea. Captain Ramsey assumed command of VANCOUVER 7 February l976. Q Captain Ramsey holds the Bronze Star Medal with the combat "V", the Navy Commendation Medal with combat "V", and other campaign and service medals. He is married to the former Nancy Lee Richmond of Danville, Virginia. They have two children, Lynne and Richmond. Lynne, a graduate of the Julliard School of Music, New York, is a violist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Richmond is a third year Engineering student at UCLA. 1 . W A N 0 x'Xxxs The WESTPAC 76 77 deployment of VAN- COUVER was an exciting and satisfactory ex- perience for everyone involved In my opinion this was due to two major factors. The first essential in- gredient was that our skills and months of prepara- tion successfully enabled a fine ship to meet every commitment proudly. There is a great sense of pride in us because we know VANCOUVER was always ready and always in the vanguard carrying out every obligation. The second important ingredient was that we had an interesting schedule. The names of the places we went reads like a dream cruise: Kwa- jalein, Sydney, Okinawa, Philippines, Keelung, Hong Kong, Singapore, lnchon, Sasebo Cbrief stopj, Eniwetok and Hawaii. For many, it capped years of WESTPAC deployments by rolling all the good into one. For all, it will provide fond memories for years to come. As you read this book, take pride in the part you played in our magnificent success. We proved again that a positive professional and happy attitude pays dividends. Without a doubt, the VANCOUVER ver- sion of WESTPAC 76-77 epitomizes Van-Can-Do. Warm Regards, D. G. RAMSEY Captain, USN Commanding Officer 'VKX is s X sz Qf 'A' +1-N" ' is Q Wm Q This is the finest crew . . ' A job well done 4 Frank? Eat your heart outl Bong-bong Bong-bong VANCOUVER CDR. Christopher B. PETERSON, USN CDR PETERSON was born in Graniteville, Vermont on I May I936. He attended schools there, in Westboro, Massachusetts and Norwich, Connecticut. CDR PETER- SON holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and Chemistry from Elon College in North Carolina. After being commissioned an Ensign from OCS in l959, he served until I963 in the Oceanographic System, first at Grand Turk Island in the British West Indies, and then at Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. CDR PETERSON then served as CIC Of- ficer in USS OKINAWA CLPH-35 from I963 until I966. His next tour from I966 to I968 was in USS HALSEY CCG-235 as Navigator. A first tour, I968 to I97O, in OPNAV COP- O7J, involved strategic research and development on the now known Trident sub- marines. From March I97I until September I972, CDR PETERSON served as Executive Officer in USS SANTA BARBARA CAE-285. In October l972, he returned to OPNAV COP-OSD OP-39, the Surface Warfare Manpower and Training Requirements Division, for a follow-on Washington tour. It was during this tour that CDR PETERSON was ap- pointed to the Surface Warfare Officers Study Group, one which ultimately recommended adoption of the Surface Warfare Officer qualification Ensignia now worn by IIIO Officers. CDR PETERSON reported to USS VANCOUVER and relieved as Executive Officer on I May I976. He is married to the former Linda Schneider, they have two children, Todd, I4, and Mark, II. X X X X X x X X xx XX xx X X X XX X X X X x X '4-WX , .ww ' f , W f 7 ,., 'QA W ji WW f THE STCRY GF THE LPD The story of the LPD, Amphibious Transport Dock, is the result of years of research and practical experience in both war and peace. Previous approaches to amphibious warfare have necessitated different types of ships, LPA for troops, LKA for cargo, LSD for boats, and LPH for helicopters, combined into a small task force to do the job that the single LPD can do independently. Modern warfare requires amphibious ships that can answer a call for support with rapid, powerful and variable response. The LPD is that type of ship. She is able to carry over SOO combat equipped Marines plus most of their accompnaing weapons and cargo at a speed in excess of 20 knots. She employs both amphibious landing craft and helicopters in effecting the over-the-beach assualt against the enemy. Troop spaces aboard the LPD are roomy, air conditioned quarters capable of supporting Marines comfortably for extended periods at sea. Facilities for handling cargo include a large freight elevator, automated pallet conveyors, forklifts, bridge cranes, and pallet jacks. This combination of modern, dependable cargo handling equipment all but eliminates wasted effort in cargo handling and insures extremely rapid reaction time for embarkation or debarkation. The story of the LPD has been actively dramatized by VANCOUVER. VAN- COUVER was the first LPD to be tested in the Vietnam war zones. She demonstrated the versatility and reliability of the LPD in numerous combat situations. While on many occasions, heavy seas prevented LPA's and LKA's from lowering their boats during amphibious assualts, VANCOUVER's pre-loading techniques in the preventive well deck of the ship enabled her to off-load on schedule and provide needed support for the Marine operation ashore. 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UYER C I .6110 J w ix l In X1 ix X , 1 Q" In order that people may be happy in their work, these three things are needed: They must be fit for its ir' if They must not do too much of it, And they must have a sense of success in it. i r-,Tl 'J' JoHN RusKlN t , I sl 39? me GUM U' M?t?5xi5i"9NWETMT2nDFQQEQWK 5i5Zv"?'?PM,.1?1V1Z1iPb" iii ' Wi'H'+C'5 'ilf 52711 5'ix'!g:54i:i,E?9f3'ifi1?1TwH1'R, ab' MQEWFE U1 2 5' G 3 5-'E " -W f fy,lYiEYS?:Lw Lvqfwf 15,34 33344 Hwiyidw-hPEyQm VPN, Lk! gm Ig ' 'QQ Hg L ,wi 1 gif C, 'G-g'4':'4v dy A WMQQ ' 12:3 wf:.J:XXQ,-,Q !T:,ivvq'M Kkw?'k1QgW'x3: WN :MA Y:l1M'S:A?J1Z'55? ' . AWPISWMMMMDM BEM 'W ULN!!! MW HKSWBSEM EWMFSE M1121 MWWSWKEE QW MW MNNEdMCNLM'MWMWWQQMKRWFHRWWKMRWNMWN:NEUWWWWXMWMNRMANWIQRWYV1MMMFP:HM'FQWWIMQ1NE2'Ww1tVd?61W35 if-N-T-4-f-X S-SNSFSb?.2?" wW2'mf'Ii'9Q"FM3 '1":WI I f- I FIRST GILMORE. GOLDEN, GRIFFIN, Frank A., SN HARRIS, Hershel L., BM2 XX .Y - X X X 1 XX Y A X -'X if X X . 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Q CHIEF ENGINEER LTJG Samuel MCCLYMONDS MAIN PROPULSION ASST. ELECTRICAL OFFICER DAMAGE CONTROL OFFICER LTJG Scott PEECOOK ENS Robert JOHNSON CWO-2 Frank BAXTER OFFI ERS A D CHIEF M-DIV M-DIV B'DlV MMCS Herbert SYMINGTON MMCS Larry FLOVICK BTC William STEINBACK R-mv E-DIV P-'DW W HTC Geo,-ge JOHNSON EMC David A. MCPHADEN ENC Carl ACKERMAN f 41598. tw Xwf x ff 'ff NWS 24 f WM f , ff H ff! f ,af f ff! H! , ff, ,V 7 fvf ' ,,f , 4 V, X4 4, m ,fy ff , V W ,M ,ff ff X ,f ff X X 2 35 B DIVI I0 ARCHIE, Mike P., FN BATES, Charles W., FA BELCHER, Richard W., FR BOGART, Russel D., FN couLTER, Lee M., BT2 DAVIS, Larry, FN Diasusic, Gary T., BT3 DERSHEM, John L., FA DURAN, Juan Jr., FR DYER, Frank M., FN FEJFAR, Rickey R., FR , FENTON, Steve C., FA GUNN, Robert S., FA HENDRICH, Gordon L, FA HILLIKER, Robert L., BT3 HIXON, Dave J., BT3 NEWCOMB, Hiram T., BT3 PENDER, Tracy V., FN PORTER, Kevin S., FR PRIOR, Terry L., FR SCHMIDT, Tom L., BT3 SCHMOKER, Robert W., FA SHROYER, Glenn R., FN SHINKLE, Jerry L., BT3 KAMALII, Richard A., FR! LEWIS, Brian T., BTFN McCOY, Bill M., FA McOUIGG, Edwin L., FN MICHELSON, Steven J., BT3 MILLER, Leslie J., FN MORGAN, Robert O., FA MOTT, Timothy, FN STANNARD, Richard A., FN TURNER, Charles E., FN VIDAL, Robert L., FA WOODS, Wade A., BT2 E Dlvlslo I 33,4 ' .f i 4 1 9' if 'IU af 'Q f My QV V QX SA I , QW wah M DIVISIO x X Q x fx xx ,X if X if X X S ' XL .X X X . xxx. X XL Xxx. Xxx. X X - X XY X 1 R X Mx, 7, ,gf 'ff X7 MMFA James Wg MM2 9 41 R DIVISIO BAIRD, Roy B., Hrs BARTON, J, c.,, HTI BEGIN, Roland H., HTFN CHARRON, Wayne R., HT2 CCOK, Gary A., HT3 DHAENENS, Tim J., HTFN DODSON. Harold D., HT3 ELLIS, Michael D., HT3 FAIRBAIRN, William R.. HARPER, Mitchel J., HTFN HOLLOWELL, Don L., HTS HOWE, Bradley G., HTFA, KELCHNER, William M., KNUDSEN, Douglas A. UCARE, John, ETFN LONG, Dennis W., HTFA r 1 X Qifg 'ff Q' E 1 x S SX is Let me but find it in my heart to say, When vagrant wishes beckon me astray, "This is my work, my blessing, not my doom, Of all who live, l am the one by whom This work can best be done in the right way." HENRY VAN DYKE 'Q-J .gn .2 45 f av gli X QV' 9 ,u , If WW W" 1 5-N -4 Y' SQ in X P X-no-uv' 'ir X N N ' M' K vw:-.,, A Q . bp' N N X saab? ...VA fin "A W1 si' if S nlll"""""' fJ"'1""7""m xx A Q19 X i U wi ik!! -.qu Il' . AN NK 4 WJ , f4qAw M 4 1 wwf 1 M A if f ff 1 f W f f f' f ffgh f M , ff 4 1 Z f X 7 WW' - 1 Q., , ,,,,, -wwf f My vffaffwf I I fi , , f ,ff ,W fy 4, , V! mr' ...,,..,,,,, M Z, W, v,:gO Z, 4 1 f . Q , if . ii, f U f f, ,yy 'f QMV7 , y, www f t , M , I Q I 'ff , , X .-,Q nf U, ., , 7 , 6 is ? S f ,Xfwf ffff X X X f ff X f f f f ' X n XX W -X M897 Re!at we or true? Silence-genius at work 'Ship S trails at 35 miles DMV tem more minutes 9 49 . . .Nt Ik wx WW W4 f f f ,K ,f f X ff ff f ff 'f ,JL mg, ,wx A M. WN: x ,. ,. o X 2--4 o PN! ' P AO' an PM-5 PM Q' J WWW fff X Q X ff!'fff f f ,ff 4 V jj! X M ff ,f www 'QNX f ,f fl!! ,,f 7 f nfl! ,ff , ,M ,, Jw WJ MH, , M , 9 -4- f df' Are you sure they will get this in Qklahoma? 5 , y ' Y ' ff-T, 'I z-S w 1 Y, ,N -X x , , . V , ' R 3 E C x , 0 v w ! J t -. X 1 J J f 1 r W ' X ' ' x I Y , Y, ,V I f' X 1 C ' , , ff, - K 1 N , , N X-xv!! wjf w-1' 1, ,7, J, You're patched through to Texas M, , W ,,,. ....Y,, YY,YY 2 --7-7 W--Y-Y - - --Y ---l.-L 1 W I f f f f il I Don't tell me how- I did this for Capt. Noah Never at a loss for words Sorry Captain, Mr. Hayden wants this circuit. i 53 3 OI DIVISIO ADAMS, Larry L., SN BELLEMQRE, Darwin D., OS3 BREDEWEG, Mark A., OSSN BROWN, Morris E., SN CARR, Benno L., OSSA CALICHON, John C., QSSN COCHRAN, Wayne L., SA MINTON, Kenneth R., OSSN PADEN, William, OS3 PEARCE, Keith E., OSSN SHUMATE, James M., SN SNADER, Robert E., OS2 TOUZA, James J., SN WALTERS, Ted P., OS3 WICKWIRE, William E., OSI ,y , , ,fy M A.. f Q ,J 'He DEI, C, Q Anv- as , X17 ,' M4 A ww, ,4 2 20,9 , - 5, v 'M 5 , Lf . If - 2. Jfwffi- . -.f ,fnif ,j 2150, ' X X . f v f f , v w LJ if , X aw f 4 7 ff a X, A .- wx V f , , , MQ-f f ff, ff 2 W 1 X f VV , !!Gf,!Zy : Z ,145 1 1 ,f ' f, f ffm f M ff QQ Rf, gun. 55 M ' f E DIVI I0 BoNoMo, Robert P., ETI CAMPBELL, Bruce A., Ewa cox ln, Dwight J., , Pfneusom, Gary P., ETSA f f if! , , f I ' f X ,,f f f f f ff ff, , ,,f, ,fy if ,yxff ,,, X, W W M ,Q W W W P Gy 7 7 f 7, ,L W P y 1 Z ff f f ,Q ff Z 7 ,M fify P f P ff !,, ,, P! 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DLG AP i 4 4 4 5' K. 4, , 7 f 5 W Xi? ,KK ,4..h' an s f -2 431 ,. QW, 5 A 1 1, . , Yiffg ,MLQB A m, . 7 9 I 4 f' gif? Mae i-, , Q up fun P x 4 ia- 5, 'X as AS N I 4 4 4. HW, x x 149 150 BRAV AVAL u IT CITATIC THE SECRETARY CF THE NAVY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20350 The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the NAVY UNIT COMMENDATIQN to coMrviANDER TASK Ponce 76 for service as set forth in the following C ITATI CN, ' For exceptionally meritorious service on 29 and 30 April l975 during Operation FREQUENT WIND, the emergency evacuation of Saigon, Republic of Vietnam. During this period, the units of Commander Task Force 76 displayed exceptional teamwork and professional competence in suppor- ting and accomplishing the helicopter evacuation of nearly 7,000 United States citizens, Vietnamese refugees, and third country nationals. Although under constant threat of enemy reaction and attack from both land and sea, they selflessly devoted themselves to the task of saving evacuees lives. In ad- dition, the operation was severely complicated when scores of South Vietnamese helicopters loaded with armed and often panicstricken Republic of Vietnam Army troops and their dependents descended upon every unit of Commander Task Force 76 with a helicopter landing deck. By their courage, resolute determination, and mutual cooperation, the officers and men of Commander Task Force 76 contributed significantly to the success of Operation, FREQLIENT WIN D, thereby reflecting great credit upon themselves and upholdng the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. J. WILLIAM MIDDENDCRF Secretary of the Navy ' .. .,.. . .. N. ZU LU MERITGRIQUS U IT CITATl0 THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY WASHINGTCN, D. C. 20350 The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the MERlTORl0US UNIT CQMMENDATICN to f y f ICQIVIIMAN DER SEVENTH FLEET Ol' SBFVICE 35 set OIT Int E O 0WII1g CITATIONz For meritorious service from 30 March i975 to 7 May I975 while engaged in Operations EAGLE PULL and FREQUENT WIND, the emergency evacuations of Phnon Penh, Cambodia and Saigon, Republic of Vietnam, as well as refugee evacuation operations in the South China Sea. Throughout this period, the units of Commander SEVENTH Fleet displayed exceptional teamwork and professional competence in supporting and accomplishing the safe evacuation of United States citizens,Cambodian and Vietnamese refugees, and third country nationals. Although under constant threat of enemy reac- tion and attack both from land and sea, they selflessly devoted themselves to the task of saving evacuees lives. By their courage, resolute determination, and mutual cooperation, the personnel of SEVENTH Fleet contributed significantly to the successful operations, thereby reflecting credit upon themselves and upholding the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. J. WILLIAM MIDDENDORF Secretary of the Navy 2 15 ALABAMA K. K. Fugaeke Di. gmqsiesr 2 Cxeggill P- M- Svesal .. Lia " .. I. Bass G .L W. W. Wilkinson L. W. Griffin MASSACHUSETTS T. L. Feazell Hanson J P- J- Hams N W Brissett L. Gilmore J L I Harper J' .J QHQUT C. Hutton I-'J tonwa C C. C. Johnson Y - 'F J . a M.JohnSef1 ' ' Y . . E. Harris . 4 , , G. A. Johnson W. E. Office D A Hawkins Q I. A her . J ISE D A K d M. D. Parks G' L.Hendrich S. . Manna E. L. Mc ui ' ' ' FW Sen JLW Hollingsworth J C' Peterson H 'L l H ARKANSAS lj. Jahnson - J INDIANA H ICHIGAN J. C. Bournes L la t J L ohnson DHA ARE F. E. Baxter G. Dawkins vilfhns if J J R. H. R. E. BFerryhId KAVX- gelgiewe H. L. Harris ' ene J. Hig ins D. A. airc i ' - 8 J. W. 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