Proceedings Magazine - March 1931 Vol. 57/3/337

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Address delivered before the Women's Patriotic Conference on National Defense, Washington, D.C., January 30, 1931.

It is a great honor to address this distinguished...

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    By Rear Admiral W. A. Moffett, U. S. Navy

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  • Commodore Rodgers and the Bureau System of Naval Administration
    By U. T. Bradley, Instructor of History, Pomfret School

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    By Lieutenant William A. Mason, U. S. Navy

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    By Lieutenant Henry Hartley, U. S. Navy

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    By Commander John W. W. Cumming, U. S. Navy

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