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Topic: boston navy yard

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DD-402 USS Mayrant

DD-402 USS Mayrant

This photograph depicts the 1500 ton McCall class, DD-402 USS Mayrant, built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

DD-425 USS Madison

DD-425 USS Madison

This photograph shows the 1630 ton Benson Class, DD-425 USS Madison, which was built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

USS Wilkes in the Boston Navy Yard

USS Wilkes in the Boston Navy Yard

Formerly Security Classified Correspondence Concerning Ships

USS Wilkes in the Boston Navy Yard

USS Wilkes in the Boston Navy Yard

Formerly Security Classified Correspondence Concerning Ships

USS Wilkes in the Boston Navy Yard

USS Wilkes in the Boston Navy Yard

Formerly Security Classified Correspondence Concerning Ships

USS Constitution at Pier

USS Constitution at Pier

This photograph shows the USS Constitution at the pier in the Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

LCM(3) Tank Lighter Production Line

LCM(3) Tank Lighter Production Line

This photograph shows the 50 foot LCM(3) Tank Lighter being built by Boston Navy Yard production line. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

LST-301, The First LST at Boston Navy Yard

LST-301, The First LST at Boston Navy Yard

This photograph shows the LST-301, which was the first LST to be built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

USS New Jersey Iowa Class Overhauled at the U.S. Navy Dry Dock, Boston Navy Yard

USS New Jersey Iowa Class Overhauled at the U.S. Navy Dry Dock, Boston...

Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

USS Nevada Overhauled at the U.S. Navy Dry Dock, Boston Navy Yard

USS Nevada Overhauled at the U.S. Navy Dry Dock, Boston Navy Yard

Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

BDE-1 HMS Bayntun

BDE-1 HMS Bayntun

This photograph shows the .289 diesel electric BDE-1 (British K-210) HMS Bayntun, built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

 DE-6 USS Wyffels

DE-6 USS Wyffels

This photograph shows the .289 diesel electric DE-6 USS Wyffels, built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

DD-455 USS Hambleton in Drydock after Torpedoed

DD-455 USS Hambleton in Drydock after Torpedoed

This photograph shows the DD-455 USS Hambleton, which was torpedoed on November 11, 1942, cut in half in Drydock #1 at Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

HMS Sheffield After Repair

HMS Sheffield After Repair

This photograph shows the British cruiser, HMS Sheffield, which was repaired in the Boston Navy Yard under the Administration of Conversion Division. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

DD-455 USS Hambleton After Repair

DD-455 USS Hambleton After Repair

This photograph is of the DD-455 USS Hambleton which was repaired by Boston Navy Yard and later converted to DMS-20. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

DMS-20, formerly the DD-455 USS Hambleton

DMS-20, formerly the DD-455 USS Hambleton

This photograph shows the DMS-20, formerly the DD-455 USS Hambleton, after being rebuilt and converted by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

AP-21 USS Wakefield after Rebuild

AP-21 USS Wakefield after Rebuild

This photograph shows the AP-21 USS Wakefield after getting rebuilt by the Boston Navy yard at US Naval Drydock. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

DE-530 USS John M. Bermingham

DE-530 USS John M. Bermingham

DE-530 USS John M. Bermingham, 289 Diesel Elec. Built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

AGC-8 Communication Ship, USS Mount Olympus

AGC-8 Communication Ship, USS Mount Olympus

This photograph shows the AGC-8 Communication Ship, the USS Mount Olympus which was built by the Boston Navy yard. The hull of the ship was built by North Carolina Ship Building Company and was completed in Ju... more

SS-297 USS Ling

SS-297 USS Ling

This photograph shows the SS-297 USS Ling which was built by the Boston Navy Yard. The hull of the ship was built by North Carolina Ship Building Company and was completed in June of 1944. Administrative Histor... more

DD-623 USS Nelson Torpedo Damage

DD-623 USS Nelson Torpedo Damage

This photograph shows the battle damage to the DD-623 USS Nelson after being torpedoed in the stern. The ship was repaired by Boston Navy Yard and returned to fleet in November 1944. Administrative History of t... more

DD-623 USS Nelson During Repair

DD-623 USS Nelson During Repair

This photograph shows the DD-623 USS Nelson after being torpedoed, in which one third of vessel was removed at stern while getting repaired at the Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval Dis... more

DD-461 USS Forrest

DD-461 USS Forrest

This photograph depicts the 1700 ton Bristol Class, DD-461 USS Forrest, built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

DE-537 USS Rizzi

DE-537 USS Rizzi

This photograph shows the DE-537 USS Rizzi, which has a 306 geared turbine, and was built by Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

LSD-26 USS Tortuha

LSD-26 USS Tortuha

This photograph shows the LSD-26 USS Tortuha which was built by Boston Navy Yard and completed in July 1945. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

Man with Guns at Boston Navy Yard

Man with Guns at Boston Navy Yard

This item consists of a photograph of a black sailor on the USS Mason at Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II

USS Mason at Boston Navy Yard

USS Mason at Boston Navy Yard

Original caption: First Predominately Negro Ship. Commissioned U.S.S. Mason, Boston Navy Yard. Administrative History of the First Naval District in World War II