[Log for 44' USS Kasaan Bay, The Biography of CVE 69] Page: 1
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THIS book rounds out a year
in the life of the Kasaan
Bay and her crew. It has been
an eventful year and I hope
:a :happy and worth while one
. I; for all hands. It has been a
pleasure to serve aboard this
i- ship where the words, "It can't
P be done," were never heard.
May that signal be forever fly-
ing in the breeze-Kasaan Bay,
--BRADFORD E. GROW
X7 ITHf pride and eagerness
typicl of the men of the
KasaanBay we look forward to
whatever challenges the future
may hold, secure in our convic-
tion that together we have the
strength to continue the good
name of a taut and happy ship,
and that time and time again
the Kasaan Bay will contribute
her full share to America's cer-
-ALBERT N. PERKINS
<.: ;0 ;0 tpca0 o te mn of h
:t 0 f h~~~aanay we look forward to~~~
: : wh~~~at~~er challenges~~- teft
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[Log for 44' USS Kasaan Bay, The Biography of CVE 69], book, Date Unknown; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth67122/m1/3/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Private Collection of the Sutherlin Family.