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Library details: Ralph Enos Library is a Museum library.
This library is affiliated with Naval Undersea Museum. The collection of the library contains 6,000 volumes.
Other Info: The mission of the Naval Undersea library is to collect, organize, and provide information about U.S. Naval undersea history, science, and operations for the U.S. Navy and the people of the United States.
The library holdings include over 6,000 books, journals and periodicals, microforms, videos, and other reference materials. The library has a complete collection of the U.S. Naval Institute’s distinguished Oral History Program interviews with naval leaders; it possesses the largest holdings of these oral histories west of Washington DC. The library also holds a complete collection of U.S. submarine war patrol reports from World War Two on microfilm. The library maintains a particular interest in Navy undersea technology, Navy undersea exploration, and joint ventures with civilian organizations to expand knowledge of oceanography.
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Administration: The director of the library is Jennifer Heinzelman .
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Record History: This listing was created on Jan 15, 2001 and was last modified on Dec 23, 2014.
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