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Album of Joseph Albert Schall, BKR 2/c, USN(SV)

Documents submitted by his daughter, Regina Schall, and his grandchildren, Robin Taub and John Kressler

Personal Documents

Joseph Albert Schall

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Notice of Separation From U.S. Naval Service, 25 November 1946.

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Certificate of Honorable Discharge, 16 January 1947.

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Service Registration Card, 30 June 1942. Proof that Joseph was in the service.

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Service Registration Card, 31 August 1948. Proof that Joseph was a WWII Veteran.

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Joseph Albert Schall duffel bag stencil.

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Joseph Albert Schall obituary.

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USS Monterey Memorabilia

Golden Dragon Card, 6 December 1943

You enter the Dragon's Empire when you cross the International Date Line by sailing west (say some), or sailing east (say others).

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Shellback Certificate, 28 February 1944

When a ship crosses the Equator ("the Line"), the "pollywogs" (Sailors who have not previously Crossed the Line) undergo an initiation ceremony and become "Shellbacks" (fit subjects of King Neptune).

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Flattop Flashes, USS Monterey newspaper, December 1944

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Clipping from a magazine. "We Invade Marianas, Rout Jap Fleet" (June 1944). Monterey took part in the capture and occupation of Saipan, the Battle of the Philippine Sea, the 3rd Bonins raid, and the capture and occupation of Guam

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Left to right: Leonard Mordell, Joe Deimart, Chet Sheakoski, Joe Schall, Joe Mordell.

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Leonard Mordell wedding picture.

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Leonard Mordell.

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USS Monterey sailor named Chris, from Pitston, Pennsylvania.

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USS Monterey bakers in the ship's galley, port side. Left to right: John Shoenberger, Bill Manley, Chet Sheakoski, James Kurtnacher, Joe Schall, Red McIntyre.

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USS Monterey bakers in the ship's galley, starboard side. Left to right: Joe Deimert, Martin Harper, Leonard Mordell, Red McIntyre, Red Hoffman, Dave Gurawitz., Chief Brook, Chief Elond.

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USS Monterey bakers in the ship's galley port watch. Left to right: John Johnson, John Connally, Clyde Stanhope, Red Edwards, Herbert Lee, Henry Brown, Chief Brooks, Charles Warren, Ernest Jackson, Richard Hanson, Phil Talbert, Amos Coleson, Donald Cook.

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USS Monterey bakers in the ship's galley starboard watch. Left to right: Ralph Vannucci, Ken Driebriveis, Ernest Gallo, Ralph Nielson, Mike Skrika, Dusty Rhodes, York Valencia, Harry Ferris, Chief Edwards, Bill Ledwell, Arthur Colquitt, Eugene Dunn, Donald Cook.

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USS Monterey bakers in the ship's galley. Left to right: Clements SC 3/c, Skriemetta SC 3/c, Sirlando, W.L. (Mouse) SC 1/c, Clark, E.A. SC 3/c, Sud. SC 1/c.

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"Texas Bill Ledwell," USS Monterey.

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Left to right: Joseph Schall, Chet Sheakoski, Bill M.

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Left to right: Kutinachez, Joseph Schall and Red Hoffman.

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Left to right: Chet Sheakoski, Joseph Schall.

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Left to right: John S., Red M., Joseph Schall.

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USS Monterey sailor Paul Kruk. His hometown was Michigan.

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USS Monterey sailor Dave Gurawitz.

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USS Monterey sailor Mike Lukish in the laundry room.

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USS Monterey sailor Mike Lukish.
He was killed in the war.

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NAS Jacksonville, Florida, Memorabilia

Thanksgiving Day Dinner, Thursday, 22 November 1945.

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Christmas Menu, Tuesday, 25 December 1945.

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U.S. Naval Receiving Station, Naval Base,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Memorabilia

Bill of Fare for the General Mess, week of 30 September 1946.

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