USS Arizona Memorial
Title:
USS Arizona Memorial
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The attack on December 7, 1941 took over 1,200 other casualties from the Army, the Navy, the Marine Corps, and the civilian personnel who are remembered in this Remembrance Exhibit. This exhibit at the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center was dedicated in December 1991, the 50th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.


Colorful Catamaran Ale Ale Kai V
Title:
Colorful Catamaran Ale Ale Kai V
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Chrome PM 1968 Oct-22

Description:
featuring daily Pearl Harbor Cruises; day and evening charters; sunset dinner sails complete with refreshments; Polynesian entertainment and dancing; off the shores of romantic Waikiki.



The Submarine Memorial
Title:
The Submarine Memorial
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Chrome PM 1987 Jan-30

Description:
The Submarine Memorial, Naval Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii is dedicated to personnel of the U.S. submarine force who paid heavily for successes during World War II. Fifty-two submarines were lost with 374 officers and 3,131 enlisted men on board. Memorial services are conducted several times a year


U.S.S. Arizona Memorial
Title:
U.S.S. Arizona Memorial
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Chrome PM 1971

Description:
Bridging the sunken hull of the famous Battleship, the assembly area is used for memorial ceremonies and can accommodate over 200 people



Rizal's Day Parade 1918
Title:
Rizal's Day Parade 1918
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Original Photograph unused

Description:
This is a rare, historic item. Used as part of the postcard production process by the Edward Mitchell Company (subsequently the Pacific Novelty Co. and Souvenir Publishing Co.)


Remains of U.S.S. Arizona
Title:
Remains of U.S.S. Arizona
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Chrome unused

Description:
Remains of U.S.S. Arizona, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where 1,102 service men still lay at rest, as a result of the Pearl Harbor attack of 1941. Navy tug brings visitors to pay homage. Sugar cane fields of Oahu in distance. Photo by Werner Stoy



Above Hawaii-Oahu
Title:
Above Hawaii-Oahu
Pearl Harbor Hawaii (HI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Pearl Harbor, originally Wai Momi ("Pearl Waters" because of the presence of oyster-bearing pearls) was first opened to large deep water ships in 1898 when the U.S. Navy blasted out the reef across its entrance. Brought to the world's attention on "the day of infamy", December 7, 1941, it is now the headquarters of the U.S. Navy's Pacific Fleet.




Total: 7 Items