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The Convoy. Volume 1, Number 3, May 1919. Published Monthly at the Steneck Building, Hoboken, N.J., in the Interests of the Force by Men of the Regular Navy. Folio magazine, 8-3/4" wide x 11-5/8" high, 36 pp. including covers; illustrated. Horizontal crease at center. PDF on file. Masthead and editorials, page 22. (Notes address as Room 203, Steneck Building, 34 Newark St. - Steneck Building at the southeast corner of River and First Streets is 95 River St. - the Newark St. address may have been another location used by the Steneck Trust Company during the First World War.) Major articles, many including photographs of ships and a few personnel, include: Vessels Lost and Damaged.
Two holographic Hoboken letters by N.T. Cissue(?) of the U.S.S. Paysandu to his sister, Mrs. J.W. Pearce, Georgetown, Ohio; sent from Admiral Benson Service Club, 816 Washington St., Hoboken; Feb 17, 1919; March 5, 1919. Writer was in U.S. Navy and recently re-assigned to U.S.S. Paysandu (it was only in naval service from late January to late June of 1919) from the U.S.S. Edgar F. Luckenbach, both troop transports ship used for transatlantic return of U.S. Army forces from Europe after World War I. Both operated in Hoboken in its role as a Port of Debarkation. The first letter is a rant about the conditions of the ship, naval life, general hardships including pay and expresses thoughts