The Naval Order of the United States (NOUS) was founded in 1890 by descendants of New England seafarers who fought in the Revolutionary War.
The Order’s “charge” is to encourage research and writing on naval and maritime subjects and to promote the preservation of historic artifacts and memories of our naval and maritime history. In addition, the Naval Order is also a “fraternal” Order, so “camaraderie” is an equal ingredient.
If you have an interest in the history and heritage of our naval services and enjoy the friendship and camaraderie of those who do, you may well be interested in becoming a member of the Naval Order. Click for membership information.
NAVAL ORDER OF THE UNITED STATES
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TOM FREEMAN PRINTS
Acclaimed award winning artist, Tom Freeman, has agreed to make his prints available to companions of the Naval Order through our website. These prints of sailing ships, modern ships, planes and other images are magnificently done in color and detail. You will be proud to own them and pass along to the next generation. Eight of Tom's paintings currently hang in the West Wing of the White House. The best part is, by ordering these beautiful images through the Naval Order, you will save the shipping and packaging cost of $15.00.
The images shown here are just a very few of those available. To see Tom's entire gallery you should visit his website at www.tomfreemanart.com. When you have made a selection, simply send a check, payable to NOUS, along with the item number of the print you want to NOUS Treasurer General, CAPT. John G. Day, USN (Ret.) at 120 Montalvo Rd., Palomar Park, CA 94062. Your print will be shipped shortly thereafter directly from Tom Freeman. Please check Tom's web site for actual print sizes.
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