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View of the launch of the U.S. ship of war Pennsylvania

View of the launch of the U.S. ship of war Pennsylvania

U.S. Ship Pennsylvania. Charles Stewart Esq. Comr. / Drawn on stone by Charles C. Barton, U.S.N. ; Lith. & Pubd. by Lehmann & Duval Philadelphia.

U.S. Ship Pennsylvania. Charles Stewart Esq. Comr. / Drawn on stone by Charles C. Barton, U.S.N. ; Lith. & Pubd. by Lehmann & Duval Philadelphia.

U.S. ship Independance, razee, bearing the broad pennant of Com. Charles Stewart, struck by a squall, off the coast of America, Sept. 8th 1842. Drawn by George Filley, one of the crew / E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, 144 Fulton St., N.Y. & 136 Main St. Hartford, Conn.

U.S. ship Independance, razee, bearing the broad pennant of Com. Charles Stewart, struck by a squall, off the coast of America, Sept. 8th 1842. Drawn by George Filley, one of the crew / E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, 144 Fulton St., N.Y. & 136 Main St. Hartford, Conn.

U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania: 140 guns

U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania: 140 guns

U.S. ship of the line in a gale

U.S. ship of the line in a gale

Burning of the U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania, 140 guns : and other vessels, at the Gosport Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. on the night of April 20th 1861

Burning of the U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania, 140 guns : and other vessels, at the Gosport Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. on the night of April 20th 1861

Flag ship, LANCASTER, U.S. Navy

Flag ship, LANCASTER, U.S. Navy

U.S. flag ship Olympia

U.S. flag ship Olympia

U.S. flag ship Olympia

U.S. flag ship Olympia

U.S. Ship Reid

U.S. Ship Reid

U.S. Ship New Hampshire

U.S. Ship New Hampshire

U.S. Ship Michigan, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa, Nov. 16, 1909

U.S. Ship Michigan, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa, Nov. 16, 1909

U.S. ship Texas

U.S. ship Texas

U.S. Ship Smith

U.S. Ship Smith

U.S. Ship Alwin

U.S. Ship Alwin

U.S. Ship Nantucket, training ship

U.S. Ship Nantucket, training ship

U.S. Ship Solace

U.S. Ship Solace

U.S. Ship Nantucket, training ship

U.S. Ship Nantucket, training ship

U.S. Ship Solace

U.S. Ship Solace

U.S. ship Texas

U.S. ship Texas

U.S. Ship Severn

U.S. Ship Severn

U.S. Ship Vermont

U.S. Ship Vermont

U.S. Ship Alabama

U.S. Ship Alabama

U.S. Ship Georgia

U.S. Ship Georgia

U.S. Ship Wyoming

U.S. Ship Wyoming

U.S. Ship Preston, 1910

U.S. Ship Preston, 1910

U.S. Ship Preston

U.S. Ship Preston

U.S. Ship Dolphin

U.S. Ship Dolphin

U.S. Ship North Dakota

U.S. Ship North Dakota

U.S. Ship Connecticut

U.S. Ship Connecticut

U.S. Ship New York

U.S. Ship New York

Photograph of the Battleship USS Michigan at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Photograph of the Battleship USS Michigan at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Photograph of the Battleship USS Michigan

Photograph of the Battleship USS Michigan

Dry Dock 4, First Vessel Docked, USS Utah

Dry Dock 4, First Vessel Docked, USS Utah

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

USS Utah - First Docking in Dry Dock Number 4

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, General View Looking South, USS North Dakota, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, General View Looking South, USS North Dakota, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, General View Looking South, USS North Dakota, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, General View Looking South, USS North Dakota, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, General View Looking South, USS North Dakota, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, General View Looking South, USS North Dakota, Holbrook, Cabot and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

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Severn [ship]

Severn [ship]

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Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Looking North From Building 41 (58) USS Arkansas, Yard Labor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Looking North From Building 41 (58) USS Arkansas, Yard Labor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Grading and Paving Around Dock, Looking North (USS Arkansas) Yard Labor - Uvalde Asphalt Company, Contractor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Grading and Paving Around Dock, Looking North (USS Arkansas) Yard Labor - Uvalde Asphalt Company, Contractor

In the trough of the Sea, USS Adams in tow of the USS Yorktown

In the trough of the Sea, USS Adams in tow of the USS Yorktown

In the trough of the Sea, USS Adams in tow of the USS Yorktown

In the trough of the Sea, USS Adams in tow of the USS Yorktown

Monthly Progress Photo, Temporary Railroad into Building 28 (63-B) to Take Out Stack USS New York, Looking North, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Temporary Railroad into Building 28 (63-B) to Take Out Stack USS New York, Looking North, Yard Labor

Vera Cruz harbor -- U.S.S. MICHIGAN

Vera Cruz harbor -- U.S.S. MICHIGAN

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[Memphis, U.S.S., caskets of dead, brought home by U.S. Hospital Ship S̀olace']

[Memphis, U.S.S., caskets of dead, brought home by U.S. Hospital Ship S̀olace']

[Memphis, U.S.S., caskets of dead, brought home by U.S. Hospital Ship S̀olace']

[Memphis, U.S.S., caskets of dead, brought home by U.S. Hospital Ship S̀olace']

USS Constitution

USS Constitution

USS Constitution Stern

USS Constitution Stern

EITEL FRIEDRICH, UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH, UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH, UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH, UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH. UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH. UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH. UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH. UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; IN DRY DOCK

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; IN DRY DOCK

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; THE SHIP

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; THE SHIP

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; THE SHIP

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; THE SHIP

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S.; CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. ;THE SHIP

UNITED STATES NAVY. EITEL FRIEDRICH, GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. ;THE SHIP

EITEL FRIEDRICH, UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

EITEL FRIEDRICH, UNITED STATES NAVY. GERMAN SHIP TAKEN OVER BY U.S. CROWDED WITH CREWS OF CAPTURED SHIPS

USS Arizona, Afloat, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Afloat, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, As Tugs Began to Tow, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, As Tugs Began to Tow, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Afloat from Starboard Stand, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Afloat from Starboard Stand, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Approaching End of Ways, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Approaching End of Ways, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Arrival of Sponsor, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Arrival of Sponsor, Navy Yard, New York

Monthly Progress Photo, Launching Ways For USS California, Looking North, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Launching Ways For USS California, Looking North, Yard Labor

U.S. Ship Panther

U.S. Ship Panther

KRON PRINZ WILHELM. GERMAN SHIP, INTERNED IN U.S., IN TOW

KRON PRINZ WILHELM. GERMAN SHIP, INTERNED IN U.S., IN TOW

MEMPHIS, U.S.S., SICK, BROUGHT HOME BY U.S. HOSPITAL SHIP 'SOLACE'

MEMPHIS, U.S.S., SICK, BROUGHT HOME BY U.S. HOSPITAL SHIP 'SOLACE'

U.S. Ship Connecticut

U.S. Ship Connecticut

MEMPHIS, U.S.S., CASKETS OF DEAD, BROUGHT HOME BY U.S. HOSPITAL SHIP 'SOLACE'

MEMPHIS, U.S.S., CASKETS OF DEAD, BROUGHT HOME BY U.S. HOSPITAL SHIP 'SOLACE'

KRON PRINZ WILHELM. GERMAN SHIP, INTERNED IN U.S. IN TOW

KRON PRINZ WILHELM. GERMAN SHIP, INTERNED IN U.S. IN TOW

APPAM, H.M.S. BRITISH SHIP CAPTURED BY GERMANS, INTERNED IN U.S.

APPAM, H.M.S. BRITISH SHIP CAPTURED BY GERMANS, INTERNED IN U.S.

U.S. Ship Michigan

U.S. Ship Michigan

U.S. Marines - first to fight for democracy / L.A. Shafer.

U.S. Marines - first to fight for democracy / L.A. Shafer.

U.S. Marines - first to fight for democracy / L.A. Shafer 1917.

U.S. Marines - first to fight for democracy / L.A. Shafer 1917.

USS Arizona, Broadside View, Navy Yard, New York

USS Arizona, Broadside View, Navy Yard, New York

List of USS Arkansas Chief Petty Officers

List of USS Arkansas Chief Petty Officers

Arriving in Boston, Thu., April 10th, 1919, Troopship "Mongolia" with boys of the 26th ("Yankee") Division, the first ship to sink a German submarine

Arriving in Boston, Thu., April 10th, 1919, Troopship "Mongolia" with boys of the 26th ("Yankee") Division, the first ship to sink a German submarine

USS Arizona, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

USS Arizona, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

USS Prinz Eugen as part of the Crossroads Test Fleet in Bikini Lagoon

USS Prinz Eugen as part of the Crossroads Test Fleet in Bikini Lagoon

[Ship; U.S. Navy coal barge in foreground]

[Ship; U.S. Navy coal barge in foreground]

USS Arizona in March 1922

USS Arizona in March 1922

USS Arizona in March 1922

USS Arizona in March 1922

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia, Serial No. 141-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia, Serial No. 141-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia Serial No. 144-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk  Navy Yard Ports, Virginia Serial No. 144-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia Serial No. 142-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia Serial No. 142-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia Serial No. 143-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia Serial No. 143-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia, Serial No. 140-31

USS Arizona, Upon Completion of Modernization, Norfolk Navy Yard Ports, Virginia, Serial No. 140-31

Commanding Officer Charles V. Gordon of the USS Tigrone

Commanding Officer Charles V. Gordon of the USS Tigrone

Paintings. U.S. Navy ship Constitution (Old Ironside) during battle with H.M.S. Guerriere I

Paintings. U.S. Navy ship Constitution (Old Ironside) during battle with H.M.S. Guerriere I

Paintings. U.S. Navy ship Constitution (Old Ironside) during battle with H.M.S. Guerriere II

Paintings. U.S. Navy ship Constitution (Old Ironside) during battle with H.M.S. Guerriere II