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CHARLES S. HARVARD. Papers; 1901, 1906, 1909-1971, 1975. 4.3 cu. ft.

Charles Seaton Harvard was born on October 28, 1892, in Medway Station, Hamilton County, Kansas to Daniel Earl Harvard and Emma Thompson Hughes. Between 1911 and 1912, he worked as a computer for Bixby and White in Los Angeles. His railroad career began in 1912 when he was employed by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company as an engineer where he worked until joining the Merchant Marine. Mr. Harvard served on the Crissfield, the Valdez, the Alice Cooke, the Explorer, the Burnside and other ships sailing to various ports in the Pacific. He became a certified lifeboat man and able seaman. By 1928, Mr. Harvard moved from his home in Seattle, Washington to Anchorage, Alaska. From 1934 to 1945 he was employed as engineer on construction for the Alaska Railroad where he achieved the rank of Resident Engineer in Alaska. After retiring from the railroad, Mr. Harvard pursued his interests in elevations and tides in the Anchorage area. During the late 1950s through the early 1970s, Mr. Harvard attended classes at Anchorage Community College where he earned his high school equivalency in 1962 at the age of 69. Mr. Harvard continued to live in Alaska until his death in the Anchorage Extended Care Facility on November 16, 1979. Mr. Harvard was 87.

This collection contains biographic materials; correspondence; ledger and field books containing Mr. Harvard's railroad and tide notes, diagrams and maps of Anchorage, and tables of mathematical functions; maps from the Alaska Railroad; a series dedicated to Harvard's hobbies including the Anchorage Platting Board, the Anchorage Mapping and Surveying Conference, engineering, and the tides; notes and homework from his courses at Anchorage Community College; and a sample of Harvard's large collection of publications relating to engineering, the tides, railroad construction, mining, measurement systems and surveying.

The collection was presented to the archives by Joe L. Hayes in 1994. A deed of gift was signed in 1995. Additional materials were presented to the archives by Alice Chase, trustee of the Marilynn S. Barks Estate, in 2005.

HMC-0425
JAS (8/2005)

Inventory:

SERIES LIST

Series 1. Biographical Materials; 1912, 1917-1920, 1934-1935, 1940, 1944-1945, 1947-1949, 1955- 1957, 1960-1961.
This series contains Charles Harvard's employment records, request for a copy of his birth certificate, and life insurance statements.

Series 2. General Correspondence; n.d., 1912-1913, 1917, 1919-1921, 1928, 1931, 1933-1936, 1938-1957, 1960-1961.
This series contains correspondence produced and received by Mr. Harvard during his residency in Anchorage, Alaska. The series covers a wide span of dates with a moderate concentration of items in the 1910s and 1940s. Major correspondents include book sellers and publishers, employers (including the Alaska Railroad) and the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Correspondence with the latter two organizations concerns positions of Mile Posts and Bench Marks and tidal data for Anchorage and surrounding areas.

Series 3. Ledger, Field, and Figure Books; n.d., 1916, 1921-1925, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1945-1960, 1962-1964, 1973.

Subseries 3a. Small Books.
Subseries 3b. Large Books.

This series contains ledger, field, figure and note books created by Mr. Harvard. Most were produced while he was employed by the Alaska Railroad. Entries concern Anchorage, Seward, Valdez, Whittier, Palmer, and other surrounding areas. The books include data on and hand drawn maps of ARR right of ways; lease holders and plat information on properties adjacent to rail lines; locations of utilities and public services; plans for redirecting and refurbishing rail lines; descriptions of mile post and bench marks; arc, curve and angle calculations for theoretical and practical applications; and temperature conversion calculations.

Series 4. Maps; n.d., 1916, 1918, 1922, 1928, 1932, 1941, 1945, 1951, 1954, 1958, c.1960.
This series contains maps used by Mr. Harvard while employed by the Alaska Railroad and in his research of tides. The majority of the maps depict top-rail profiles and grade changes of Alaska Railroad lines. These maps average 14" in heights but vary in length from 5' to 32'. Other maps include Anchorage street and plat maps, and tide levels along Cook Inlet including Knik Harbor. The maps are arranged in alphabetical order according to their title.

Series 5. Interests and Hobbies; n.d., 1917, 1922, 1938, 1940-1943, 1945-1966, 1969-1971, 1972, 1975.

Subseries 5a. Interests and hobbies; n.d., 1917, 1922, 1938, 1940-1943, 1945-1960, 1971, 1975.
1972.
Subseries 5b. Anchorage Platting Board minutes, notes, and contracts; 1960-1966.
Subseries 5c. Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conventions; 1969-1971.

This series contains materials relating the various interests and hobbies that Mr. Harvard pursued. The recording, analysis and prediction of tides in Anchorage and other parts of Alaska, held particular interest to Mr. Harvard. The items in this series reflect Mr. Harvard's deep interests in engineering, surveying, math, science, of course, the tides.

Series 6. Class Notes, Anchorage Community College; 1958-1969.
This series contains class notes and problems from classes taken by Mr. Harvard. Mr. Harvard received his High School equivalency from Anchorage Community College at the age of 69.

Series 7. Publications; n.d., 1901, 1906, 1909-1913, 1915-1920, 1928-1933, 1937-1942, 1944- 1945, 1947, 1950, 1952, 1954-1956, 1958-1960, 1962, 1966-1967, 1970.

Subseries 7a. Anchorage Community College.
Subseries 7b. Engineering (General).
Subseries 7c. Mining.
Subseries 7d. Measurement Systems.
Subseries 7e. Railroad Construction.
Subseries 7f. Surveying.
Subseries 7g. Tidal Data.

 


BOX AND FOLDER LIST

Box 1

Series 1. Biographical Materials; 1912, 1917-1920, 1934-1935, 1940, 1944-1945, 1947-1949, 1955-1957, 1960-1961.
1. Employment Records; 1912, 1917-1920, 1923.
2. Request for Certified Copy of Birth Certificate for Charles S. Harvard; Nov. 30, 1940.
3. Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company, statements and receipts; 1934-1935, 1944, 1947-1949, 1955-1957, 1960-1961.
4. Alaska Railroad overtime claim for Charles S. Harvard for overtime worked between March 28, 1934 to June 30, 1945, inclusive; 1945.
5. Alaska Railroad seniority lists; 1935, 1937, 1953, 1954.

Series 2. Correspondence; n.d., 1912-1913, 1917, 1919-1921, 1928, 1931, 1933-1936, 1938 1957, 1960-1961.
1.
Correspondence; 1912.
2. Correspondence; 1913.
3. Correspondence; 1917.
4. Correspondence; 1919.
5. Correspondence; 1920.
6. Correspondence; 1921.
7. Correspondence; 1928.
8. Correspondence; 1931.
9. Correspondence; 1933.
10. Correspondence; 1934.
11. Correspondence; 1935.
12. Correspondence; 1936.
13. Correspondence; 1938.
14. Correspondence; 1939.
15. Correspondence; 1940.
16. Correspondence; 1941.
17. Correspondence; 1942.
18. Correspondence; 1943.
19. Correspondence; 1944.
20. Correspondence; 1945.
21. Correspondence; 1946.
22. Correspondence; 1947.
23. Correspondence; 1948.
24. Correspondence; 1949.
25. Correspondence; 1950.
26. Correspondence; 1951.
27. Correspondence; 1952.
28. Correspondence; 1953.
29. Correspondence; 1954.
30. Correspondence; 1955.
31. Correspondence; 1956.
32. Correspondence; 1957.
33. Correspondence; 1960.
34. Correspondence; 1961.
35. Correspondence, Miscellaneous; n.d.

Box 2

Series 3. Ledger, Field, and Figure Books; n.d., 1916, 1921-1925, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1945-1960, 1962-1964, 1973.

Subseries 3a. Small Books.
1.
"City Work. Misc. Transit Notes G.H.M. Aug. 1916." 4.5½" x 7 .7"; 1916.
2. "Miscell. Main Line. Mostly Anchorage, Yards & Office. Top Rail Levels Ocean Dock." 4" x 6.5 "; 1921-1922.
3. "Department of the Interior I-970" note book. Notes, lists of names and amount of supplies (paper for maps and blue prints) used in given year, 6 3/4" x 9"; 1922-1925. Additional material (poetry) copied on other pages; n.d.
4. Alaska Railroad Millage Table, 4 1/8" x 7 3/4"; 1923.
5. Curve and sounding measurements for various M.P. markers and Bench marks, 4.75" x 7.25"; 1937.
6. Calculations of curves at various M.P. markers along the Alaska Railroad Main Line, 4.5 x 7.5"; 1940.
7. "The Paragon" composition book, 8" x 10", notes and figures. Plus notes on insurance policies and locations (entered by Mrs. Marilyn Barks); 1957.
8. 4 pages of notes and calculations, 4.75" x 7.5"; May 14, 1958.
9. Field book for trip to Alaska from Washington. Contains list of supplies and equipment needed, soundings from Portage Bay and descriptions of Mile Posts 24-102, 3.5" x 5.75"; 1939, 1950, 1962.
10. "The Paragon" composition book, 8" x 10". Notes, figures and calculations; n.d.
11. "Department of the Interior I-970." Information on men sent to Healy Mine, supplies at the mine and men entered in a betting pool; 1925 (additional poetry added later, date unknown).

Subseries 3b. Large Books.
1.
Ledger book, 9" x 11.75", containing maps and calculations relating to Bootlegger's Cove, the Curry Hotel, and millage and bearings of the Alaska Railroad; 1939.
2. Ledger book, 10" x 12.5", marked "A.R.R. Book No. 2. Ties To C.&G.S. Bench Marks Along the Alaska Railroad 1940-...."; c. 1940.
3. Ledger book, 9.25" x 12", containing maps, diagrams and calculations relating to Alaska Railroad lines and property in Anchorage neighborhoods; 1946.
4. Ledger book, 10" x 12.5", with lists of lease holders and locations around Alaska Railroad holdings and potential holdings, maps of Anchorage area with right of way projections and plans for Railroad development in relation to existing property and geological boundaries; c.1950.
5. "Sample for Blank Book", 9" x 11.75", Notes and figures, tide data for Anchorage, Alaska; 1950s.
6. Ledger book, 10" x 12.5", with calculations relating to railroad bearings and curves including Anchorage and Whittier; 1954, 1955.
7. Handwritten notes for "Anchorage, Alaska Record of Highest Spring Tides and Predicted Time and Height 1945-1960 Inclusive"; 1945-1960.
8. Ledger book, 9.25" x 12", containing plans for power house truss and tide calculations; 1952, 1962-1964.
9. Ledger book, 10" x 12.5", with calculations relating to temperature, arcs, spirals and curves; 1966-1968,1973.
10. Ledger book, 8 1/4" x 11.5", containing plans for concrete pier footings; n.d.
11. Ledger book, 10" x 12.5", with calculations and equations relating to degrees of arc; n.d.

Box 3

Series 4. Maps; n.d., 1916, 1918, 1922, 1928, 1932, 1941, 1945, 1951, 1954, 1958, c.1960.
1.
1945. M.P. 394-411. Top Rail Profile - Grade Raise. Geodetic Datum. Main Sea-Level - Seward and Valdez. Drawn by J.A. Morrison. Scales: Vert. 1" = 4', Horz. 1" = 400'. Approved by Central Manager." n.d.
2. Alaska and Vicinity (front), Anchorage and Vicinity (back); c. 1960.
3. Amended Plat Map of Anchorage, Alaska; 1917. Notes and color added 1954.
4. "Anchorage Yard Waterfront. Ship Creek to Ocean Dock Showing Leases." The Alaska Railroad; May, 1954.
5. D Line. Mile 398 to Mile 407. Station 18730 to Station 19280. Showing Errors in Levels. October 1922. Note: -Revised Grade Mile 402-399. Re-Ballasting and Grade Rase - 1922. (New Grade not pot on Progress Profile)."
6. "Department of the Interior. The Alaska Railroad. Top of Rail Profile. Dunbar to Happy. U.S.C.&G.S. Elevations. Scale Hor 1" = 400',Vert 1" = 4'. AA 1932.M.P.447.5-463." n.d.
7. "Department of the Interior. Alaskan Engineering Commission. Profile of Definite Railway Locations. Seward to Fairbanks. ‘D' Line. Mile 386.5 to Mile 407.5. Station 18138+79 to Station 19280+17.8. Construction Line. Scales Hor: 1" = 400', Vert: 1" = 20'. June 1918."
8. "Department of the Interior. Alaskan Engineering Commission. The Alaska Railroad. Office of Chief Engineer. Anchorage. Track Profile M.P. 300 to M.P. 325. Horz Scale: 1" = 400';Vert Scale: 1" = 20'. File No. P34." n.d.
9. "Department of the Interior. Alaskan Engineering Commission. Turnagain Arm Dist. Anchorage, Alaska. Location ‘H' Line Thro Anchorage Townsite. Scale: 200 ft. = 1 inch. May 22, 1916. File No. R-577-190." n.d.
10. Greater Anchorage Area Map; c. 1960s.
12. "Graph Showing Elevations of B.M. 10. ‘Anchorage Yard Bench' - A.E.C. Assumed Elev. 40.502. 1915-1923 incl. Reduced for Comparison to U.S.C.&G.S. Elevs.-1928 S.-V. Gen. Adjust. Datum of U.S.C.&G.S. Special Pub. No. 169."
13. "Map of Definite Location ‘A' Line and Projected Location ‘B' Line. Station ‘A'3366+57.5-Station ‘A' 3444+56. Scale 1" = 200'. File No. R-369-192." n.d.
14. Mile Post 106-114. Also 100-114. "C.S.H." n.d.
15. Mile Post 114.7 - 140.5. n.d.
16. Mile Post 440-460. Includes ‘I' Line, ‘K' Line, ‘L' Line. n.d.
17. Plat Map of Anchorage showing ARR right of way and calculations added by Charles Harvard; 1958
18. "Portion of Right of Way Vicinity of Bridge No. 112.8". The Alaska Railroad; October 1951.
19. "Progress Profile. M.P. 400-420. C.S.H. Notes added in 1941."
20. "Progress Profile. M.P. 420-440. C.S.H." n.d.
21. Resurrection Bay, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, Soundings in Fathoms; c.1912. (Partial section).
22. "R-1092-1. Base of Rail Track Profile. M.P. 397.7-407.6 also 370.3-371.0 +/-. J. Quenboe, 1922. (Notes added by C.S. Harvard - 1950). A.E.C. Datum."
23. "T Line Across Ship Creek. 1916."
24. "Tide Chart. 1st half of Roll #1. Series Knik Harbor, Anchorage, Alaska. File No.R-670-53." n.d.
25. "Tide Chart. 2nd half of Roll #1. Series Knik Harbor, Anchorage, Alaska. File No.R-671-53." n.d.
26. "Tide Chart. Roll No. 2. Series Knik Harbor, Anchorage, Alaska. E.R. Hand, Chief of Party. File No. R-672-53." n.d.
27. "Tide Chart. Roll No. 3. Series Knik Harbor, Anchorage, Alaska. File No. R-673-53." n.d.
28. "Track profile. M.P. 100-114.6. Correct Mile Poles. Bridges not numbered." n.d.

Box 4

Series 5. Interests and Hobbies; n.d., 1917, 1922, 1938, 1940-1943, 1945-1966, 1969-1971, 1972, 1975.

Subseries 5a. General interests and hobbies; n.d., 1917, 1922, 1938, 1940-1943, 1945-1960, 1971, 1972, 1975.
1.
Notes for calculating coordinates; n.d.
2. List of books to be bound including titles and page numbers; n.d.
3. Instructions for book bindings including titles, table of contents and other instructions; n.d.
4. Covers from self-bound book collections including titles and tables of content; n.d.
5. Temperature conversion chart; n.d.
6. Time conversion chart; n.d.
7. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings; n.d.
8. "Problems in Navigation" chart; 1917.
9. Compass chart including degrees, minutes and points; 1922.
10. Elevations of various Anchorage locations; 1922, 1940.
11. List of from International Hydrographic Bureau and National Bureau of Standards; 1938, 1943.
12. Seward, Alaska elevation data, correspondence with U.S.C.&G.S. regarding error in Seward Bench Mark elevation; 1940-1942, 1950-1951.
13. List of Recreational Areas in the Unites States; 1949.
14. Calender Reform, newspaper clippings; May 1955, May 1970.
15. "Record of Highest Spring Tides and Predicted Time and Height, 1945 to 1960, inclusive; 1960.
16. City of Anchorage Port Facilities brochure; January 1960.
17. "Design of Subdivisions - Some Basic Rules"; 1971.
18. Anchorage Community College bookmark and raffle ticket; 1972.
19. Alaska Railroad accident clipping, Anchorage Daily News; July 8, 1975.

Subseries 5b. Anchorage Platting Board minutes, notes and contracts; 1960-1966.
1.
Greater Anchorage Platting Board, Meeting Minutes; August 1962.
2. Greater Anchorage Platting Board, Meeting Minutes; November 1962.
3. Greater Anchorage Platting Board, Meeting Minutes; January 1963.
4. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Meeting Minutes; April 1964.
5. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Meeting Minutes; June 1964.
6. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Special Meeting Minutes; August 2, 1965.
7. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Meeting Minutes; September 22, 1965.
8. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Meeting Minutes; January 12, 1966.
9. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Meeting Minutes; January 26, 1966.
10. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Meeting Minutes; March 9, 1966.
11. Greater Anchorage Area Borough Planning and Zoning Commission, Special Meeting Minutes; March 16, 1966.
12. State of Alaska Department of Public Works, Division of Highways Proposal, Contract, Bond and General and Special Provisions for Project No. S-0463(5), Kalifonsky Beach Road; February 1960.
13. State of Alaska Department of Public Works, Division of Highways Proposal, Contract, Bond and General and Special Provisions for Project No. S-0131(7) Nome-Teller Road, Bluestone to Teller; February 1960.
14. State of Alaska Department of Public Works, Division of Highways Proposal, Contract, Bond and General and Special Provisions for Project No. SP 1002, Eagle River Loop Road; May 1961.
15. Federal Aid Contracts - Required Provisions; n.d.

Subseries 5c. Alaska Surveying and Mapping Convention; 1969-1971.
1.
Short course "Coordinate Systems", lecture notes; 1969.
2. Short course "Astronomic Azimuths", lecture notes; 1970.
3. Short course "Horizontal Axis Photographs", lecture notes; 1971.
4. Short course "Boundary Control and Legal Principles", course announcement; 1971.

Series 6. Class Notes, Anchorage Community College; 1958-1969.
1.
Math problems and solutions; October 1958-March 1959.
2. Math problems and solutions; April-May 1959.
3. Statistics and College Algebra, problems and solutions; 1959-1961.
4. Math 109: Analytic Geometry, notes, problems and solutions; 1961.
5. Trigonometry, problems and solutions; 1962-1963.
6. Math 111: Calculus 1, notes, problems and solutions; Spring/Fall 1963.
7. Calculus II and III, notes, problems and solutions; 1963-1964.
8. Math 110: Finance, notes, problems and solutions; January-February 1964.
9. Math 110: Finance, notes, problems and solutions; March-April 1964.
10. Calculus II and III, notes, problems and solutions; 1965.
11. Math 121: Introduction to Modern Algebra and Analysis, notes, problems and solutions; September-October 1968.
12. Math 121: Introduction to Modern Algebra and Analysis, notes, problems and solutions; November-December 1968.
13. Math 109: Analytic Geometry, notes, problems and solutions; 1969.

Box 5

Series 7. Publications; n.d., 1901, 1906, 1909-1913, 1915-1920, 1928-1933, 1937-1942, 1944-1945, 1947, 1950, 1952, 1954-1956, 1958-1960, 1962, 1966-1967, 1970.

Subseries 7a. Anchorage Community College.
1.
Anchorage Community College Catalog; 1966-1967.
2. Anchorage Community College Catalog; 1970-1971.

Subseries 7b. Engineering (General).
1.
Curves for Highways by Joseph Barnett. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1940.
2. Excerpts from Jones' Math Tables by Jones. Pages 38-160; 1929.
3. Field and Office Tables by C. Frank Allen. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc; 1920.
4. Field Engineering: A Handbook of the Theory and Practice of Railway Surveying,Location, and Construction, Vol. I by William H. Searles, Howard Chapin Ives and Philip Kissam. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc; 1955.
5. Field Engineering: A Handbook of the Theory and Practice of Railway Surveying, Location, and Construction, Vol. II by William H. Searles, Howard Chapin Ives and Philip Kissam. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc; 1955.
6. Field Engineering: A Handbook of the Theory and Practice of Railway Surveying,Location and Construction by William H. Searles and Howard Chapin Ives. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc; 1929.
7. Field Manual for Engineers by Philetus H. Philprick. New York: John Wiley & Sons; 1901.
8. Handbook of Mathematics for Engineers by Edward V. Huntington. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc; 1918.
9. Highway Curves by Howard Chapin Ives and Philip Kissam. New York: John Wiley & Sons; 1956.
10. Segmental Functions Text and Tables by C.K. Smoley. Scranton, PA: C.K. Smoley and Sons; 1947.
11. S.P. Taper Curve tables and Their Use With the Traverse Method by Wm. Clyde Willard. New York: Engineering News Publishing Co; 1909.
12. S.P. Taper Curve Tables signed by Kurtz (1916), Fred Juhl (1918) and Charles S.Harvard (1928); No publication date.
13. Talbot's spiral Unit Table with Instructions for Use No.1 and No.2 compiled by G.A. Kyle; 1906.

Box 6

Subseries 7c. Mining.
1.
Mining in Fairbanks, Ruby, Hot Springs, and Tolstoi Districts, Alaska by Theodore Chapin and George L. Harrington. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1919.

Subseries 7d. Measurement Systems.
1.
Climate of the States: Alaska. Washington: United States Governemnt Printing Office; 1941.
2. The International Metric System of Weights and Measures. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1932.
3. Motorists' Manual of Weights and Measures, NBS Letter Circular LC517. Washington: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards. March 14, 1938.
4. Units of Weights and Measures: International (Metric) and U.S. Customary by L.J. Chrishlom. National Bureau of Standards Miscellaneous Publication 286. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office; May 1967. 5. Hand written copy of U.S. and Great Britain Weights and Measures by Charles S. Harvard, taken from Evolution of Weights by Hallock and Wade (1906) and Men and Measures by Edward Nicholson (1912).

Subseries 7e. Railroad Construction.
1.
The Railroad Spiral by William H. Searles. New York: John Wiley & Sons; 1913.
2. The Railroad Taper: The Theory and application of a Compound Transition Curve Based Upon Thirty-Foot Chords by Lee Perkins. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc; 1915.
3. The Railway Transition Spiral by Arthur N. Talbot. New York: Engineering News Publishing Co; 1912.
4. Specifications for Rail Relay, Ballasting, Etc. on Approximately 58.7 Miles of Main Line Track Between Seward and Portage; May 26, 1954.
5. Track and Turnout Engineering: A Handbook on Design Details of Railroad Turnouts and Crossings, with Mathematical Treatments of Track Layouts and Connections by C. M. Kurtz. New York: Simmons-Boardman Publishing Company; 1945.

Subseries 7f. Surveying.
1.
First Order Leveling in Alaska by Howard S. Rappleye. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1930.
2. First Order Triangulation in Southeast Alaska by Walter F. Reynolds. Washington: United States Printing Office; 1930.
3. Suggested Land Subdivision Regulations. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office; 1960.
4. Tables and Formulas for the Use of U.S. Land Surveyors and Engineers on Public Land Surveys by Clay Tallman. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1913.

Box 7

Subseries 7g. Tidal Data.
1.
Pacific Coast Tide Tables for Western North America, Eastern Asia, and Many Island Groups for the Year 1917. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1916.
2. Pacific Coast Tide Tables for Western North America, Eastern Asia, and Many Island Groups for the Year 1918. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1917.
3. Pacific Coast Tide Tables for Western North America, Eastern Asia, and Many Island Groups for the Year 1919. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1918.
4. Tide Tables: High and Low Water Predictions 1958, West Coast North and South America including the Hawaiian Islands. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1958.
5. Tide Tables: High and Low Water Predictions 1959, West Coast North and South America including the Hawaiian Islands. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1959.
6. Tide Tables: High and Low Water Predictions 1960, West Coast North and South America including the Hawaiian Islands. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1960.
7. Tide Tables: High and Low Water Predictions 1961, West Coast North and South America including the Hawaiian Islands. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1961.
8. Tide Tables: High and Low Water Predictions 1962, West Coast North and South America including the Hawaiian Islands. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1962.
9. Tide Tables: High and Low Water Predictions 1967, West Coast North and South America including the Hawaiian Islands. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1967.
10. Tide Tables for the Pacific Coast of the United States Together with a Number of Foreign Ports in the Pacific Ocean. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1910.
11. Tide Tables for the Pacific Coast of the United States Together with a Number of Foreign Ports In the Pacific Ocean. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1911.
12. Tide Tables for the Pacific Coast of the United States Together with a Number of Foreign Ports In the Pacific Ocean. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1912.
13. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean 1934. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1933.
14. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1938. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1937.
15. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1939. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1938.
16. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1940. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1939.
17. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1941. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1940.
18. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1942. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1941.
19. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1943. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1942.
20. Tide Tables: Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean for the Year 1945. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1944.
21. Tide Tables: Pacific Coast North America, Eastern Asia and Island Groups 1929. Washington: United States Printing Office; 1928.
22. Tide Tables: Pacific Coast North America, Eastern Asia and Island Groups 1930. Washington: United States Printing Office; 1929.
23. Tide Tables: Pacific Coast North America, Eastern Asia and Island Groups 1931. Washington: United States Printing Office; 1930.
24. Tide Tables: Pacific Coast North America, Eastern Asia and Island Groups 1932. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1931.
25. Tide Tables: Pacific Coast North America, Eastern Asia and Island Groups 1933. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1932
26. Tide Tables: West Coast North and South America Including the Hawaiian Islands 1951. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1950.
27. Tide Tables: West Coast North and South America (including the Hawaiian Islands) 1953. Washington: United States Government Printing Office; 1952.
28. Tide Table for the Year 1910. Washington: Government Printing Office; 1909.