Volume 13 Issue 3 of The Daybook, the museum's journal of local naval history and museum events, is currently online at http://www.hrnm.navy.mil/daybook.html. The main article is looks at the William R. Trigg Company, which was a Richmond, VA-based shipyard that made an attempt to build warships for the new "Steel Navy" between 1898 and 1903.
Also in this issue is another installment of the diary of Petty Officer Stoffer, a machinsit's mate aboard the battleship USS Kansas (BB-21) during the 1907-09 voyage of the Great White Fleet.
The print version should be out in the mail in the next couple of weeks. If you wish to get a print copy, e-mail us at email@example.com. There is no charge.