Henry Thursfield Papers at the National Maritime Museum

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A list of the papers of Rear-Admiral Henry G. Thursfield in the possession of the National Maritime Museum, London.

THU/101

Pilotage notebook, 1902, (Acting Sub-Lt).

THU/102

HMS VERNON, Lt, lecture notes, 1905.

THU/103

Notes and experiements from the Engineering Laboratory, Royal Naval College, Greenwich, 1906.

THU/104

Torpedo Lieutenants course lecture notes in practical physics, n.d.

THU/105

Standing orders for the officer of the Watch, HMS CONCORD, 1921-22, with night orders by Capt Thursfield, Oct 1922-Jul 1923.

THU/106

Captain's standing orders, HMS CONCORD, 1923.

THU/107

Lecture notes of lectures given by Capt H G Thursfield concerning the History of Tactics, Royal Naval College, Greenwich, 1921-22.

THU/108

Correspondence, S.N.O., Smyrna, Oct-Nov 1922.

THU/109

Miscellaneous papers including some private letters and some printed material including an account of the Athenaeum Club, n.d.

THU/110

Watch, station and fire bills, also instructions for HM Ships kept by 1st Lt Thursfield, HMS SHANNON, 1913.

THU/111

Watch, station and fire bills with index at the beginning, HMS SHANNON, 1913.

THU/112

Midshipman's journal of H G Thursfield, kept in HMS RENOWN and MAJESTIC, 1898-1900.

THU/113

Midshipman's journal of H G Thursfield, kept in HMS MAJESTIC, ANDROMEDA and VENUS, n.d.

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