McCawley, C. L. The Guantanamo Campaign of 1898. Marine Corps Gazette, September 1916.

Crane, Stephen. Wounds in the Rain: War Stories. New York, F. A. Stokes Co., 1900.

McIntosh, K. C. Guantanamo. American Mercury (New York) January 1927, V-10: 106-112.

Portuondo, Fernando. Historia de Cuba. Havana, Editorial Minerva, 1945.

Sherman, Forrest. The British Occupation of Guantanamo Bay. U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, April 1931 (v 57 No. 4).

Craige, John H. What You Should Know About the Marines. New York, W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1941.

Metcalf, Clyde H. A History of the U. S. Marine Corps, New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1939.

Knight, J. B. Navy Yearbook (1913), Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, P. 433, 464, 689.

Annual Reports of the Navy Department, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1911 to 1922; 1929-30-31; various sections and pages (Additional material in volumes for 1903, 1908, 1909, and 1910 not available at Guantanamo Bay).

Robertson, William Spence. History of the Latin-American Nations. New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1929.

U. S. Treaties. "Lease to the United States by Cuba of land and water for naval or coaling stations in Guantanamo and Bahia Honda� October 6, 1903." "Treaty of Relations between the United States of America and the Republic of Cuba� June 9, 1934."

Personal Letters

CAPT A. A. Ackerman, USN (Ret.) to CAPT C. C. Soule, USN, Commandant, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, April 19, 1927 and July 3, 1927.

CAPT C. H. Harlow, USN (Ret.) to CAPT C. C. Soule, USN, April 27, 1927.

MAJGEN Field Harris, USMC to COL L. W. Whaley, USMC, Commanding Officer Marine Corps Base, Guantanamo Bay, January 5, 1945.

COMO M. L. Hersey, USN (Ret.) to RADM M. E. Murphy, USN, October 17, 1952.

ADM C. M. Cooke, Jr., USN (Ret.) to RADM M. E. Murphy, USN, November 14, 1952.

CAPT E. C. Raguet, USN (Ret.) to RADM M. E. Murphy, USN, November 24, 1952.

CAPT A. H. Miles, USN (Ret.) to RADM M. E. Murphy, USN, December 18 and 31, 1952, and January 4, 1953.


Completion Report, Contract Noy-4162, Frederick Snare Corporation, September 30, 1943.