Vice Admiral Morton Deyo: WWII Service
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Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division


Vice Admiral Morton Deyo: WWII Service
by William A. Gage, Department Head

James D. Julia, Inc. is proud to have been selected by the Maria Decatur Mayo Deyo (Lila) Garnett estate to sell at auction the personal effects of Vice Admiral Morton Lyndholm Deyo (July 1 1887 - November 10, 1973).

Deyo had a storied 38 year naval career starting with his graduation from the United States Naval Academy in 1911, and proceeding through to the Second World War and beyond.

Rear Admiral's pennant with 2 stars, this would have been flown aboard USS Tuscaloosa during D-Day invasion - Planning maps used by Admiral Deyo aboard the USS Tuscaloosa on D-Day June 6, 1944
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  Additional Highlights

Wonderful, historic WWII, massive ship's log/scrapbook of Rear Admiral Morton L. Deyo - Rear Admiral Morton L. Deyo Presidential commissions and Naval Academy diploma

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Auctioneer: James D. Julia | Lic#: ME:AR83 | MA: AU1406 | NH: 2511