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1915 CCG Memo "Names of Cutters" Changing Name of MIAMI to TAMPA

Memo by Captain-Commandant Ellsworth P. Bertholf describing the history of the process of naming or renaming cutters and authorizing the changing of the name of the cutter MIAMI to Tampa. Memo dated December 4, 1915 & approved by SECTREAS.

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