Contains 44 Results:
Contains newspaper clippings and photographs of various O'Meara family members, including Patricia, Francis, and Katherine, from the early to mid-1900s. Several are unidentified or undated.
Contains correspondence, documentation, and newspaper articles related to Berton's service with the Rhine River Patrol in Europe. A small Plymouth medal is also included.
Contains pamphlets, printed articles, and correspondence from genealogical research of the O'Meara family. The folder that originally housed the materials is also included, as it contains many handwritten notes by Carroll that provide further family details.
Contains genealogy files of the Robbins family, dating back to 1856, given to Carroll by Marilyn Robbins Johnson. An introductory letter by Marilyn is provided.
Contains a bound volume titled "The O'Meara's In America: From 1830-1997," chronicling immigration in the United States and how to trace O'Meara ancestry.
Contains rosters, a news article about Berton's war action, an anniversary drawing, and photos of navy men aboard a ship.
Contains letters to Carroll's grandfather, William, Robbins family deeds, the book "A Family Record of The Descendants of John Spofford, who Emigrated from England, and Settled at Rowley, Essex County, Mass., in 1638." with handwritten lineage notes, a letter to Berton expressing gratitude for his leadership, newspaper clippings and pages, and photos and memorabilia from Berton's service and return home.
Contains a menu from the July 4th celebration at the United States Naval Hospital in Long Beach, California in 1945.
Contains event cards for and newspaper clippings about Berton and Patricia.
Contains two images of the U.S. flag Berton saved from the USS Shaw from the attack on Pearl Harbor and the USS Shaw blowing up in drydock.