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Pearl Lochs and Puuloa Entrance, Ewa, Oahu

Mouth and bar of Pearl River, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands

Preliminary sketch showing the coast line of the Pearl Lochs, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands

Mouth and bar of Pearl River, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands /

Mouth and bar of Pearl River, Sandwich Ids., sections of proposed channel

Mouth and bar of Pearl River, Sandwich Ids., sections of proposed channel.

Preliminary sketch showing the coast line of the Pearl Lochs, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands /

Portion of H.O. chart #1800 showing parcels of land to be acquired by the U.S. Government through the Secetary [sic] of the Navy by condemnation, proceedings for naval purposes at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, Naval Appropriation Act, March 3, 1901 /

Hull Division, Oil Burning Bake Oven, for Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor Dry Dock

Pearl Harbor Dry Dock

Pearl Harbor Dry Dock

Pearl Harbor Dry Dock

Pearl Harbor Dry Dock

Marines learn Red Cross methods in gentle art of man handling during life saving exhibition at Navy Yard. Pearl Harbor, Honolulu

Photograph of Sailors Paying Tribute to Casualties of the Pearl Harbor Attack at a Hawaiian Islands Cemetery

Boeing Flying Fortresses. Guns bristling from turrets, these huge Boeing B-17Es are seen cruising high above the clouds. Described by the War Department as "bigger and more deadly" than any previous Flying Fortress, this plane marks the seventh Boeing B-17 type built for the Army since 1935. Armament includes heavy caliber power turrets on top and bottom of the all-metal fuselage, a deadly tail "stinger" turret, and side-mounted guns. These airplanes have been active in the Far East since Pearl Harbor, and are now serving the cause of the United Nations in every part of the world

Naval dispatch from the Commander in Chief Pacific (CINCPAC) announcing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941

Boeing Flying Fortresses. Guns bristling from turrets, these huge Boeing B-17Es are seen cruising high above the clouds. Described by the War Department as "bigger and more deadly" than any previous Flying Fortress, this plane marks the seventh Boeing B-17 type built for the Army since 1935. Armament includes heavy caliber power turrets on top and bottom of the all-metal fuselage, a deadly tail "stinger" turret, and side-mounted guns. These airplanes have been active in the Far East since Pearl Harbor, and are now serving the cause of the United Nations in every part of the world

Italian fishermen gathered on Fisherman's Wharf, on December 8th, after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. USS West Virginia aflame. Disregarding the dangerous possibilities of explosions, United States sailors man their boats at the side of the burning battleship, USS West Virginia, to better fight the flames started by Japanese torpedoes and bombs. Note the national colors flying against the smoke-blackened sky

Wreckage of USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941

Japanese restaurant, Monday morning, December 8, after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Army sentries standing guard at transport dock one day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

USS Arizona, at height of fire, following Japanese aerial attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Hawai Kaisen tai suijō kansen senkazu, Shōwa 16-nen 12-gatsu 8-nichi = Estimated damage report against surface ships on the air attack of Pearl Harbor, December 8th, 1941

Army sentries standing guard at transport dock one day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Corner of Montgomery and Market Streets, Monday morning, December 8, 1941, after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Pearl Harbor, Hawaiian Islands. 1941-42(?). The USS OKLAHOMA, lying capsized in the harbor following the Japanesee attack of December 7, 1941

The shiftless and the curious came down on Monday morning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to see the loading of an Army transport bound for the Orient. San Francisco, California

Leaves berth virtually surrounded by stricken ships. The U.S.S. Neosho, navy oil tanker, cautiously backs away from her berth (right center) in a successful effort to escape the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. At left the battleship U.S.S. California lists after aerial blows. Other crippled warships and part of the hull of the capsized U.S.S. Oklahoma may be seen in the background. The Neosho was later sunk in the Coral Sea

First Army photos of the bombing of Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941. Smoke from Pearl Harbor and Hickam Field as seen from Kan Highway near John Rodgers Airport Road

Corner of Montgomery and Market Streets, Monday morning, December 8, 1941, after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Corner of Montgomery and Market Streets, San Francisco, California. Monday morning December 8, 1941, day after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

California hit. Battered by aerial bombs and torpedoes, the U.S.S. California settles slowly into the mud and muck of Pearl Harbor. Clouds of black oily smoke pouring up from the California and her stricken sister ships conceal all but the hulk of the capsized U.S.S. Oklahoma at extreme right

Corner of Montgomery and Market Streets, Monday morning, after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Stricken from the air. Testifying to the extent of the Japanese sneak attacks are these three stricken U.S. battleships. Left to right: U.S.S. West Virginia, severely damaged; U.S.S. Tennessee, damaged; and U.S.S. Arizona, sunk

Army sentries standing guard at transport dock one day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Wreckage of USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. USS West Virginia aflame. Disregarding the dangerous possibilities of explosions, United States sailors man their boats at the side of the burning battleship, USS West Virginia, to better fight the flames started by Japanese torpedoes and bombs. Note the national colors flying against the smoke-blackened sky

Wreckage of USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Three civilians were killed in this shrapnel-riddled car by a bomb dropped from a Jap plane eight miles from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941

FSCW student reading about the Pearl Harbor Attack: Tallahassee, Florida

Army sentries standing guard at transport dock one day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

USS Arizona, at height of fire, following Japanese aerial attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Stricken from the air. Testifying to the extent of the Japanese sneak attacks are these three stricken U.S. battleships. Left to right: U.S.S. West Virginia, severely damaged; U.S.S. Tennessee, damaged; and U.S.S. Arizona, sunk

Corner of Montgomery and Market Streets, Monday morning, after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

The shiftless and the curious came down on Monday morning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to see the loading of an Army transport bound for the Orient. San Francisco, California

California hit. Battered by aerial bombs and torpedoes, the U.S.S. California settles slowly into the mud and muck of Pearl Harbor. Clouds of black oily smoke pouring up from the California and her stricken sister ships conceal all but the hulk of the capsized U.S.S. Oklahoma at extreme right

Japanese restaurant, Monday morning, December 8, after the attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

USS Arizona, at height of fire, following Japanese aerial attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

[Pearl Harbor naval base and U.S.S. Shaw ablaze after the Japanese attack]

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A small boat rescues a seaman from the 31,800 ton USS West Virginia burning in the foreground. Smoke rolling out amidships shows where the most extensive damage occurred. Note the two men in the superstructure. The USS Tennessee is inboard

Japanese restaurant, Monday morning, December 8, after the attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Seamen at Kaneohe Naval Air Station decorate the graves of their fellow sailors killed at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941 / Official U.S. Navy photograph.

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A small boat rescues a seaman from the 31,800 ton USS West Virginia burning in the foreground. Smoke rolling out amidships shows where the most extensive damage occurred. Note the two men in the superstructure. The USS Tennessee is inboard

Corner of Montgomery and Market Streets, Monday morning, December 8, 1941, after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. San Francisco, California

Subcontracting (Braden and Van Fossen Works). The speedy equipping of the armies of democracy depends upon using effectively and immediately the skill of thousands of men in shops such as the Braden and Van Fossen Works, in Staunton, Virginia. These are special jigs and other tools made up in the shop since Pearl Harbor, all of them to speed production on small war orders. The volume of such orders is much too small, and the shop is even now idle much of the time, but it is just such ingenuity as these men are showing which will mean adequate war production

Photograph of Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS California after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Burning and Damaged Ships at Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the Capsized USS Oklahoma and the USS Maryland after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Burning and Damaged Ships at Pearl Harbor

Photograph of U.S. Aircraft Destroyed as a Result of the Japanese Bombing on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the Capsized USS Oklahoma and the USS Maryland after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS Vestal after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the Capsized USS Oklahoma and the USS Maryland after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of USS California after the Pearl Harbor Attack

Photograph of View of 10-10 Dock From NAS Pearl Harbor after Japanese Raid

Photograph of Map of Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Japanese Planes Attacking NAS Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS Arizona, the USS Tennessee, and the USS West Virginia after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of U.S. Aircraft Destroyed as a Result of the Japanese Bombing on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Hangar Burning after Japanese Air Raid on Pearl Harbor

Captured Japanese Photograph Taken during the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Burning and Damaged Ships at Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Japanese Envoys in Washington Talking "Peace" As Their Nation Attack Pearl Harbor

Aircraft at Hickam Field, Hawaii (HI) continue to burn and explode, in the immediate aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and other military installations

Joseph and Edith Susnir and RADM Stanley J. Anderson, commander, Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, prepare to cut the ribbon during ceremonies to mark the opening of the shoreside visitors center for the new USS ARIZONA Memorial Museum

Photograph of Scene at Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Japanese Planes in Action Over Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Pearl Harbor

Photograph of View of Pearl Harbor Navy Yard from a Site Near Mobile Base Hospital #2

Photograph of Planes and Hangars Wrecked in the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS Oglala Capsized and Sinking after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS Phoenix after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Captured Japanese Photograph of Japanese Mitsubishi Divebombers Warming Up on Carrier Deck Before the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS Nevada after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of USS Shaw in Drydock

Photograph of the USS West Virginia and the USS Tennessee after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Damaged Ships after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Gunnery during the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of Doris Miller Showing Navy Cross Received in Ceremony at Pearl Harbor

Photograph of the USS Arizona Burning after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of USS Arizona on Fire after Attack on Pearl Harbor

Photograph of USS Arizona Burns at Pearl Harbor after Japanese Attack

Photograph of the USS Arizona Burning after the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor