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YEOMEN'S SCHOOL, NAVAL TRAINING STATION: Newport, Rhode Island. In order to perform efficiently and expeditiously the clerical work on board a modern warship, yeomen must be proficient in stenography and typewriting; hence this group of young enlisted men resembling a class in a business college.
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|Author||United States Navy Department.|
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