I'm researching the whereabouts of the USS Endicott on 7 December 1945. The Deck log is in the archive however it is not digitized and I can not visit. Can anyone tell me where the ship was at this time or how to find out? Thanks Adrian Waynforth

I'm researching the whereabouts of the USS Endicott on 7 December 1945. The Deck log is in the archive however it is not digitized and I can not visit. Can anyone tell me where the ship was at this time or how to find out? Thanks Adrian Waynforth

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    Thank you for posting your question on History Hub!

    We have also received your question via email in the Archives 2 Textual Reference Branch and have responded to your request through email. While we have responded to your inquiry already, we did want to provide similar information here for your convenience.



    Should you be interested in researching  the USS Endicott (DMS-35)  we have information in the following record groups;

    Record Group 38: Records of the Chief of Naval Operations

    Entry Number: A1-353

    Series Title: World War 2  War Diaries

    Record Group 24: Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel

    Entry Number: P 118-A1 

    Series Title: Deck Logs 1941-1950

    You could always come into the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, hire your own researcher to access these records on your behalf or request a reproduction quote.

    Please see the following information on how to do so;

    Records in our custody contain a number of files that include information on your topic. We regret that we are not staffed to conduct the extensive research necessary to identify all pertinent records relating to your request within the suggested record groups and their record series.  We would be happy to make them available to you or your representative in our research room.  

    Should you be unable to come to the National Archives you may wish to hire a professional researcher.  We are attaching a link to a list of some of these researchers. https://www.archives.gov/research/hire-help

    To make an appointment to visit the National Archives, please visit the Textual Research Room Appointments page if you are interested in accessing textual records. 



    All researchers must register for a NARA Researcher Card. Researchers are further encouraged to pre-register in advance of a visit. This process consists of two parts, including completing the Online Researcher Orientation and Online Kiosk Registration

    To request a reproduction quote please see the following information;



    We will be pleased to provide you with a reproduction quote for the requested documents. Please note that our current fee for paper reproduction or digital transfer copies is $0.80 per page with a minimum mail order fee of $20.00. Allow 60-120 days for delivery. Please do not send a check or money order until you have received a reproduction quote. To create a reproduction quote our system requires specific information. Please email archives2reference@nara.gov with the following information in order for us to provide you with a reproduction quote. 

    Personal Data:

    First and Last Name: 

    Mailing/Shipping Address: 

    Phone Number: 

    Email Address: 

    Record Data:

    Record Group 24: Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel

    Entry Number: P 118-A1 

    Series Title: Deck Logs 1941-1950

    Box Number: 3303 (Endicott DD-495/DMS-35 SEPTEMBER 1945 TO MARCH 1947)

    Record Group 38: Records of the Chief of Naval Operations

    Entry Number: A1-353

    Series Title: World War 2  War Diaries

    Box Number: 838 (Emporia to Endicott)

    We have filled in as much of the record data as we are able to based on the record information that has thus far been provided. 

    If you have a follow up request please send your request to archives2reference@nara.gov. We hope you find this information useful in conducting your research.

    Thank you for your email to the National Archives.

    Sincerely,

    Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR)

    RR2RR 24-35131-EJT

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  •  

    Thank you for posting your question on History Hub!

    We have also received your question via email in the Archives 2 Textual Reference Branch and have responded to your request through email. While we have responded to your inquiry already, we did want to provide similar information here for your convenience.



    Should you be interested in researching  the USS Endicott (DMS-35)  we have information in the following record groups;

    Record Group 38: Records of the Chief of Naval Operations

    Entry Number: A1-353

    Series Title: World War 2  War Diaries

    Record Group 24: Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel

    Entry Number: P 118-A1 

    Series Title: Deck Logs 1941-1950

    You could always come into the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, hire your own researcher to access these records on your behalf or request a reproduction quote.

    Please see the following information on how to do so;

    Records in our custody contain a number of files that include information on your topic. We regret that we are not staffed to conduct the extensive research necessary to identify all pertinent records relating to your request within the suggested record groups and their record series.  We would be happy to make them available to you or your representative in our research room.  

    Should you be unable to come to the National Archives you may wish to hire a professional researcher.  We are attaching a link to a list of some of these researchers. https://www.archives.gov/research/hire-help

    To make an appointment to visit the National Archives, please visit the Textual Research Room Appointments page if you are interested in accessing textual records. 



    All researchers must register for a NARA Researcher Card. Researchers are further encouraged to pre-register in advance of a visit. This process consists of two parts, including completing the Online Researcher Orientation and Online Kiosk Registration

    To request a reproduction quote please see the following information;



    We will be pleased to provide you with a reproduction quote for the requested documents. Please note that our current fee for paper reproduction or digital transfer copies is $0.80 per page with a minimum mail order fee of $20.00. Allow 60-120 days for delivery. Please do not send a check or money order until you have received a reproduction quote. To create a reproduction quote our system requires specific information. Please email archives2reference@nara.gov with the following information in order for us to provide you with a reproduction quote. 

    Personal Data:

    First and Last Name: 

    Mailing/Shipping Address: 

    Phone Number: 

    Email Address: 

    Record Data:

    Record Group 24: Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel

    Entry Number: P 118-A1 

    Series Title: Deck Logs 1941-1950

    Box Number: 3303 (Endicott DD-495/DMS-35 SEPTEMBER 1945 TO MARCH 1947)

    Record Group 38: Records of the Chief of Naval Operations

    Entry Number: A1-353

    Series Title: World War 2  War Diaries

    Box Number: 838 (Emporia to Endicott)

    We have filled in as much of the record data as we are able to based on the record information that has thus far been provided. 

    If you have a follow up request please send your request to archives2reference@nara.gov. We hope you find this information useful in conducting your research.

    Thank you for your email to the National Archives.

    Sincerely,

    Textual Reference Archives II Branch (RR2RR)

    RR2RR 24-35131-EJT

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