The H.M.S. Battler
Title:
The H.M.S. Battler
Linen unused

Description:
Built by the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation at Pascagoula, Mississippi, for the U.S. Maritime Commission for use of the U.S. Navy and transferred under lend-lease to the British Admiralty. Sisters ships-H.M.S. Hunter, H.M.S. Chaser and H.M.S. Pursuer.


Greetings from California - USS Connecticut
Title:
Greetings from California - USS Connecticut
Divided Back unused



A Naval Engagement
Title:
A Naval Engagement
PM 1917 Jun-14


Return of the American Battle Ship Fleet
Title:
Return of the American Battle Ship Fleet
PM 1909 Feb-27

Description:
From "Peace Voyage" Around the World Number of miles covered in voyage 42227 Great White Fleet



Training Station by Naval Cadets
Title:
Training Station by Naval Cadets
Newport Rhode Island (RI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Training with 3-inch field guns getting in position.


Drilling With 5-Inch Field Gun, Naval Training Station
Title:
Drilling With 5-Inch Field Gun, Naval Training Station
Newport Rhode Island (RI), Divided Back unused



Signal Squads, Marine Barracks Navy Yard
Title:
Signal Squads, Marine Barracks Navy Yard
Brooklyn New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908


Seabees Demolition Practice
Title:
Seabees Demolition Practice
Camp Peary Virginia (VA), White Border PM 1943 Sep-27

Description:
Seabees dynamite a tree stump which obstructs a road building project at Camp Peary.



Construction Battalions Practice Landings, Camp Peary
Title:
Construction Battalions Practice Landings, Camp Peary
Williamsburg Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Members of a Construction Battalion making landing from surf boards during their training course.


Seabees Are Fighters Too
Title:
Seabees Are Fighters Too
Camp Peary Virginia (VA), White Border unused



Seebees Constructing a Sand Roadway
Title:
Seebees Constructing a Sand Roadway
Camp Peary Virginia (VA), White Border unused


Keep 'em Flying
Title:
Keep 'em Flying
Orlando Florida (FL), Linen unused

Description:
Greetings from Orlando Air Base.



U.S. Naval Training Station
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Station
Sampson New York (NY), Linen PM 1944 Mar-30

Description:
Rowing Command - "Give Way Together"


China Lake
Title:
China Lake
China Lake California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
This aerial view shows Ridgecrest (foreground) and the Navy community of China Lake, Calif., which have a combined population in excess of 20,000, This area had less than a dozen homes in Novemeber, 1943, when the Naval Weapons Center was established.



Michelson Laboratory, Naval Weapons Center
Title:
Michelson Laboratory, Naval Weapons Center
China Lake California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Michelson Laboratory is the hub of research and development at the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California. The laboratory covers 10.5 acres of floor space. It is staffed and equipped to carry weapon development from idea to proven weapon.


Mare Island Navy Yard Gate, With Ferry in Slip
Title:
Mare Island Navy Yard Gate, With Ferry in Slip
Mare Island California (CA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Aug-18



US Naval Hospital, US Navy Yard
Title:
US Naval Hospital, US Navy Yard
Mare Island California (CA), Divided Back unused


Boat Shop, US Navy Yard
Title:
Boat Shop, US Navy Yard
Mare Island California (CA), Divided Back unused



Company of Apprentices and Instructors, Yerba Buena
Title:
Company of Apprentices and Instructors, Yerba Buena
San Francisco California (CA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jan-28


Naval Training Ship "Pensacola", Yerba Buena Island
Title:
Naval Training Ship "Pensacola", Yerba Buena Island
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-14



USS Croaker
Title:
USS Croaker
Groton Connecticut (CT), Continental Chrome unused


German Cruiser "Bremen"
Title:
German Cruiser "Bremen"
unused

Description:
The Bremen, of the German Navy, is a third class cruiser. Displacement, 3,200 tons. Length, 341 feet. Width, 43 1/4 feet. Draft, 16 1/2 feet.Horse-power, 10,000. Armament: 10 4.1-inch guns; 10 1,4-inch; 4 machine and 2 light guns. Speed, 23 knots. Crew, 268 officers and men. Built at Bremen, Germany, in 1903-4. Cost about 1,275,000.



US Navy Ship Gen. Wm. O. Darby (T-AP 127)
Title:
US Navy Ship Gen. Wm. O. Darby (T-AP 127)
Chrome PM 1962 Aug-17

Description:
Is one of a globe-circling fleet of Navy and commercial ships operated under the Military Sea Transportation Service. This Navy agency provides ocean shipping for the United States armed forces and other authorized agencies.


Submarine New York
Title:
Submarine New York
Groton Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Launching of nuclear submarine New York from General Dynamics Shipyard into Thames River.



U.S.S. Fulton
Title:
U.S.S. Fulton
New London Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
The Submarine Tender U.S.S. FULTON (AS-11) at her moorings at the State Pier, New London, Conn. Tied up alongside her may be seen the U.S.S. SKIPJACK (SSN 585), U.S.S. SAILFISH (SS572), U.S.S. NAUTIULS (SSN 571). Astern the U.S.S. TUSK (SS 426), the U.S.S. HALFBEAK (SS 352), and the U.S.S. ENTEMEDORE (SS340).


U.S.S. Sablefish Navel Submarine Base New London
Title:
U.S.S. Sablefish Navel Submarine Base New London
Groton Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Docked at the Lower Base, which stretches along the Thomas River in the original portion of the base. In the background may be seen the submarine rescue ship.



USS Cavalla
Title:
USS Cavalla
Chrome unused

Description:
USS Cavalia, a nuclear attack submarine, was launched February 19, 1972 at General Dynamics' Electric Boat Division in Groton, Connecticut. She is one of 37 in her class, each 300 feet long and displacing 4,500 tons, designed to seek out and destroy enemy shipping.


SS Sequoia
Title:
SS Sequoia
San Pedro California (CA), Real Photo unused



Operations Building and Tower, U.S. Naval Air Station
Title:
Operations Building and Tower, U.S. Naval Air Station
Brunswick Maine (ME), Chrome unused

Description:
Plane in center is the SNB Beachcroft Plane on left is the Neptune P2V


The Blue Angels, Navy's Famed Flight Demonstration Team Over
Title:
The Blue Angels, Navy's Famed Flight Demonstration Team Over
Pensacola Florida (FL), Chrome unused



Camp Luce Auditorium
Title:
Camp Luce Auditorium
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
United States Naval Training Center San Diego, California


Administration Building, United States Naval Training Center
Title:
Administration Building, United States Naval Training Center
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused



U.S. Submarine Boat Plunger
Title:
U.S. Submarine Boat Plunger
unused


U.S.S. "Miantonomah"
Title:
U.S.S. "Miantonomah"
unused



Torpedo Boat Blakeley, 26 Knots.
Title:
Torpedo Boat Blakeley, 26 Knots.
unused

Description:
The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, Portland, M.E., U.S.A. 28203 Made in Germany.


Torpedo Boat Destroyer Dale
Title:
Torpedo Boat Destroyer Dale
unused



U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Stewart
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Stewart
unused


U.S.S. Cruiser Olympia
Title:
U.S.S. Cruiser Olympia
unused

Description:
Dewey's Flagship at Manila.



Commissioned Officer's Mess
Title:
Commissioned Officer's Mess
Alameda California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
NAS, December 1960 - The Navy's only club featuring to date, Smorgasbord every Thursday evening with a fabulous wine fountain, and a Cordial Cart which serves a choice of cordial from 15 different varieties in lieu of dessert every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening.


Gunboat with Long Cannons and Crew Members on Deck
Title:
Gunboat with Long Cannons and Crew Members on Deck
unused

Description:
Une tourelle a quatre pieces de 356mm. du cuirasse "Roi George V"



Battle Ship in Water Near Harbor - U. S. S. "Texas"
Title:
Battle Ship in Water Near Harbor - U. S. S. "Texas"
unused

Description:
Series 81 Battleship of the second class. Launched at Norfolk, Virginia, June 28, 1892; length 308 feet 10 inches; breadth 64 feet 1 inch; draught 22 feet 6 inches; displacement 6,700 tons; speed 17.80 knots; 30 guns, 30 officers and 478 men. Under command of Capt. John W. Phillips, the Texas took prominent part in the Battle of Santiago, which resulted in the destruction of the Spanish fleet. This view shows her saluting in New York Harbor as she left for the war.


Two Sailor Boys Standing on Mast Waving Hats
Title:
Two Sailor Boys Standing on Mast Waving Hats
unused



United States Naval Training Station
Title:
United States Naval Training Station
Farragut Idaho (ID), Linen PM 1943 Jun-23

Description:
Hello there! Greetings from Farragut U.S.N.T.S. Just want you to know~I'm thinking of you.


Administration Building, U.S. Naval Air Station
Title:
Administration Building, U.S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville Florida (FL), Linen PM 1951 Aug-15



Curtiss XSB2C-1 Dive Bomber
Title:
Curtiss XSB2C-1 Dive Bomber
Linen unused

Description:
Will out-perform any other plane of its type in existence. It is designed to operate from Aircraft-carriers. Incidentally, our Navy developed the technique of dive-bombing.


Martin PBM
Title:
Martin PBM
Linen unused

Description:
The Navy's new 40,000 lb. Patrol Bomber. This Battleship of the Air can patrol in 2 1/2 hours a distance which would require a destroyer 24 hours to cover.



US Navy Bombers
Title:
US Navy Bombers
Jacksonville Florida (FL), Linen PM 1946 Feb-22

Description:
The U.S. Naval Air Station at Jacksonville, Fla., is the Navy's major aerial defense and advanced training base on the South-Atlantic Seabord. It is located on the St. John's Hiver 10 miles south of downtown.


Main Gate, U.S. Naval Air Station
Title:
Main Gate, U.S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville Florida (FL), Linen PM 1946 Feb-22



United States Naval Training Station
Title:
United States Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Linen PM 1943 Sep-28

Description:
"Here's Washing You Luck" From Farragut, Idaho U.S.N.T.S.


U.S.S. George Washington
Title:
U.S.S. George Washington
unused

Description:
United States lines U.S. Government Ship



HMS Dreadnought
Title:
HMS Dreadnought
unused


Warship in Water - Kreuzer "Nürnberg"
Title:
Warship in Water - Kreuzer "Nürnberg"
unused



Sailor Offering Small Plate with Food to Officer
Title:
Sailor Offering Small Plate with Food to Officer
unused

Description:
Ye Mariners of England Series 9029 "The Skipper's Christmas Dinner"


Rescuing a Torpedo After Practice by USS Utah
Title:
Rescuing a Torpedo After Practice by USS Utah
unused

Description:
Jackies from the USS Utah recovering a spent torpedo after target practice. A torpedo is like a small, independent submarine. It is 21 feet long, 21 inches in diameter, and is divided into six compartments. The first or front compartment contains damp gun cotton and detonator which explodes the torpedo when it comes into contact with anything solid, as a ship's side. Second, compressed air tank containing 1,350 pounds of air to drive the propellers Third, balance compartment from which project horizontal planes. Fourth, engine compartment containing turbine type motor driven by compressed air. Fifth, bouyancy compartment holding enough air to keep torpedo from sinking and make it easily propelled. Sixth, gyroscope compartment to insure its continuance on the course aimed. The torpedo also has horizontal and perpendicular rudders which may be set at any angle, and strong twin propellers.



U.S.S. Missouri
Title:
U.S.S. Missouri
unused


US Battleship "Missouri"
Title:
US Battleship "Missouri"
unused

Description:
Series 217719 217719 - US Battleship Missouri Displacement, about 13,500 tons; speed, 18 knots; 16,00 HP. Length, 494 ft.; beam, 72 1/4 ft.; draught, 24 ft. Crew of 798 men. Carries four 12 in. guns, sixteen 6 in. guns and ten smaller guns. Two 18 in. torpedo tubes. Completed, 1903. Cost, $5,258,260.



Brest - Le Croiseur "Marseillaise"
Title:
Brest - Le Croiseur "Marseillaise"
unused


U.S. Battleship "Maine."
Title:
U.S. Battleship "Maine."
unused

Description:
Series 217718 U.S. Battleship "Maine." Displacement, about 13,500 tons: speed, 18 knots; 16,000 H.P. Length, 494 ft.: beam, 72 1/4 ft.; draught, 24 ft. Crew of 798 men. Carries four 12 in. guns, sixteen 6 in. guns and 10 smaller guns. Two 18 in. torpedo tubes. Armor belt, amidships 11 ins; turrets, 12 ins. Completed, 1902. Cost $5,381,903.



Large Military Ship in Water Near Smaller Boats
Title:
Large Military Ship in Water Near Smaller Boats
unused


Naval Ship with Guns in Water
Title:
Naval Ship with Guns in Water
unused

Description:
"Viribus Unitis"



Military Ship Moving through Water
Title:
Military Ship Moving through Water
unused


SMS Kurfurst Friedrich Wilhelm
Title:
SMS Kurfurst Friedrich Wilhelm
unused

Description:
Series 17344



H.M.S. "Berwick"
Title:
H.M.S. "Berwick"
unused


H.M.S. Berwick
Title:
H.M.S. Berwick
unused

Description:
County-class heavy cruiser of the British Royal Navy. Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company (Govan, Scotland). She was launched on 30 March 1926 and commissioned 12 July 1927.



U.S.S "Pennsylvania"
Title:
U.S.S "Pennsylvania"
Real Photo unused


In Schnee Und Eis
Title:
In Schnee Und Eis
Real Photo unused

Description:
Boat gun encased in ice.



Ship at Dry Dock
Title:
Ship at Dry Dock
Real Photo unused


Water Sloshing onto the Deck
Title:
Water Sloshing onto the Deck
Real Photo unused

Description:
Shoeless sailors with their pants rolled up.



Great White Fleet at Sea - USS Vermont
Title:
Great White Fleet at Sea - USS Vermont
Real Photo unused


Sailors Loading Gun on Ship
Title:
Sailors Loading Gun on Ship
Real Photo unused



U.S. Battleship " Wyoming"
Title:
U.S. Battleship " Wyoming"
White Border unused


Navy Base
Title:
Navy Base
Newport Rhode Island (RI), Chrome unused

Description:
Atlantic fleet ships moored alongside headquarters of Commander Cruiser Destroyer Force - Atlantic, in world's finest natural deep water harbor.



USS New Orleans
Title:
USS New Orleans
Chrome unused

Description:
Skylab II Prime Recovery Ship. The eleventh LPH (Landing Platform Helicopter) built to implement the technique of vertical envelopment assault with Marine troops. Named for the famous battle of the War of 1812, New Orleans was constructed at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and commissioned 16 November 1968.


USS Maine at Sea
Title:
USS Maine at Sea
unused



USNS Gen. Edwin D. Patrick TAP-124
Title:
USNS Gen. Edwin D. Patrick TAP-124
Chrome unused

Description:
Named in honor of Gen. E.D. Patrick, who was Division Commander in the Phillippines during WW2. The Patrick is one of MSTS' most modern P2 type transports. It transports troops and dependents. 608 ft. long, 75 ft. wide, speed 20 knots.


Atlantic Fleet Entering Puget Sound
Title:
Atlantic Fleet Entering Puget Sound
Washington (WA), Real Photo unused



Barracks Interior - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Barracks Interior - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo

Description:
Honey, this is what my private sleeping room looks like. Of course I am big- hearted and share it with about 125 other boots.


Chow Line - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Chow Line - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo unused



Company Clothesline - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Company Clothesline - Farragut Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Real Photo unused

Description:
Recruits hang bed sheets out to dry at Farragut Naval Training Station on Lake Pend Oreille.


German Cruiser Karlsruhe in New York Harbor 1932
Title:
German Cruiser Karlsruhe in New York Harbor 1932
Real Photo

Description:
November 13, 1932



HMS Navy sailor
Title:
HMS Navy sailor
Real Photo unused


Marlinspike Instruction - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Marlinspike Instruction - Farragut Naval Training Station
Bayview Idaho (ID), Real Photo unused

Description:
Navy training, how to tie a marlin-spike hitch knot.



Sailors Doing Laundry - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Sailors Doing Laundry - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo


Sailors Entering Harbor on Early Submarine
Title:
Sailors Entering Harbor on Early Submarine
Real Photo unused



Ship's Service Store - Farragut Naval Training Station
Title:
Ship's Service Store - Farragut Naval Training Station
Real Photo unused


Smoke Harbor - Sailors on Land Smoking Area
Title:
Smoke Harbor - Sailors on Land Smoking Area
Real Photo unused

Description:
Farragut Naval Training Station



U.S. Naval Ship James O'Hara
Title:
U.S. Naval Ship James O'Hara
Real Photo unused

Description:
C-3, built in 1942 at Tacoma, Washington. 492 feet long, 70 feet wide, and can travel 16 1/2 knots. Complete facilities for troop recreation are available. Equipped with modern safety and life-saving gear, the ship is part of the fleet of transports and cargo vessels operated by the Military Sea Transportation Service, Department of the Navy.


U.S.S. North Star in Alaska
Title:
U.S.S. North Star in Alaska
Real Photo PM 1934 Sep-3



USS General H.W. Butner
Title:
USS General H.W. Butner
Real Photo unused

Description:
Major General H.W. Butner, USA - Born April 6, 1875 in Pnnacle, NC, died March 13, 1937. Graduated West Point 1898. Served in various assignments throughout the world during military career. Distinguished service in World War I. This vessel named in his honor.


Battleship USS Alabama
Title:
Battleship USS Alabama
Mobile Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This OS2U "Kingfisher" seaplane is the only assembled one on display in the United States. During World War II three of these planes were assigned to the Alabama for scouting and observation missions. This plane, a gift from the Mexican Navy, was restored by Brookley AFB mechanics during their off-duty hours.



U.S. Naval Training Center
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Center
Great Lakes Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Recruits hear orientation lecture on U.S. Navy regulations. USNTC is located on the shores of Lake Michigan, 35 miles north of Chicago and four miles from Waukegan. This facility was established in 1911, and is the oldest and largest of its kind in the U.S. Its essential role is the recruit training of new inductees and the operation of service schools for student Navy personnel.


U.S. Naval Station
Title:
U.S. Naval Station
Treasure Island California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Manmade Island in San Francisco Bay as seen from Yerba Buena Island and San Francisco Bay Bridge.



Apollo 11 and 12 Lunar Recovery Ship
Title:
Apollo 11 and 12 Lunar Recovery Ship
Chrome unused

Description:
U.S.S. Hornet (CVS-12) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier Built by the Newport News Shipbuilding Co. as an Attack Aircraft Carrier. Originally commissioned on 29 Nov. 1943 and participated in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. Assumed ASW duties on 27 June 1958.


Apollo 17 Lunar Recovery Ship
Title:
Apollo 17 Lunar Recovery Ship
Chrome unused

Description:
U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier Named for the capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and his green mountain boys during the early days of the Revolutionary War. Built by the Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. at Newport News, Virginia. First commissioned on 8 May 1944.



Battleship U.S.S. "Alabama"
Title:
Battleship U.S.S. "Alabama"
Chrome unused


Naval Air Station
Title:
Naval Air Station
Glenview Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Wash Day - A Douglas C-118 "Liftmaster" gets a thorough washing from the maintenance crew on the flight line at Naval Air Station, Glenview. The C-118 is the workhorse of the transportation squadrons at Glenview.



U.S.S Eldorado (AGC-11) - Amphibious Force Flagship
Title:
U.S.S Eldorado (AGC-11) - Amphibious Force Flagship
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Antietamq
Title:
U.S.S. Antietamq
Chrome unused

Description:
First Angled Deck Carrier, Anti-Submarine Carrier. Commissioned in 1945. Served in Korean Conflict in 1951 and 1952. Operated in support of Japenese occupation (1946-1949) Named after Battle of Antietam Creek (Civil War)



U.S.S. Brewton (FF-1086) Fast Frigate
Title:
U.S.S. Brewton (FF-1086) Fast Frigate
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Bryce Canyon (AD-36)
Title:
U.S.S. Bryce Canyon (AD-36)
Chrome unused

Description:
A destroyer tender of the Shenandoah class built by the Charleston, S.C. Named for BRYCE CANYON, the national park located in the State of Utah, Commissioned on 15 September 1950.



U.S.S. Forrestal (CV-59)
Title:
U.S.S. Forrestal (CV-59)
Chrome unused

Description:
First Aircraft Carrier built to handle jet aircraft. Commissioned in October 1955 with a length of 1,039 feet and a draft of 37 feet, the Forrestal carries 5,000 men and upwards of 100 aircraft. Motto: "FIRST IN DEFENSE"


U.S.S. Fred T. Berry DD-858
Title:
U.S.S. Fred T. Berry DD-858
Chrome unused

Description:
A unit of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet homeported at Newport, R.I. on Narragansett Bay. Official U.S. Navy photograph.



U.S.S. Fredrick (LST-1184) - Landing Ship Tank
Title:
U.S.S. Fredrick (LST-1184) - Landing Ship Tank
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Fremont
Title:
U.S.S. Fremont
Chrome unused

Description:
Fleet Post Office



U.S.S. Fulton
Title:
U.S.S. Fulton
Chrome unused

Description:
Built by Mar Island Navy Yard, Vallejo Calif. and commissioned on 12 September 1941. U.S.S. Fulton has been modernized to service nuclear powered submarines and advanced electronic equipment and weapons.


U.S.S. Fulton (AS-11) Submarine Tender
Title:
U.S.S. Fulton (AS-11) Submarine Tender
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Furse (DD-882)
Title:
U.S.S. Furse (DD-882)
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Harry E. Yarnell (CG-17) Guided Missile Cruiser
Title:
U.S.S. Harry E. Yarnell (CG-17) Guided Missile Cruiser
Chrome unused



U.S.S. John F. Kennedy (CV-67) Aircraft Carrier
Title:
U.S.S. John F. Kennedy (CV-67) Aircraft Carrier
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Mississinewa (T-AO 144)
Title:
U.S.S. Mississinewa (T-AO 144)
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Orion (AS-18) Submarine Tender
Title:
U.S.S. Orion (AS-18) Submarine Tender
Chrome unused


U.S.S. Parsons (DDG-33)
Title:
U.S.S. Parsons (DDG-33)
Chrome unused



U.S.S. Ranger
Title:
U.S.S. Ranger
Chrome unused

Description:
Bound for home yard with personal vehicles aboard.


U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier
Title:
U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CVS-14) Anti-Submarine Aircraft Carrier
Chrome unused

Description:
Apollo 16 Lunar Recovery Ship.



USNS "Pawcatuck" (T-AO 108)
Title:
USNS "Pawcatuck" (T-AO 108)
Chrome unused


USNS Hayes (T-AGOR 16)
Title:
USNS Hayes (T-AGOR 16)
Chrome unused



USNS Kane (T-AGS 27)
Title:
USNS Kane (T-AGS 27)
Chrome unused


USS Cavalia
Title:
USS Cavalia
Chrome unused

Description:
USS Cavalia, a nuclear attack submarine, was launched February 19, 1972 at General Dynamics' Electric Boat Division in Groton, Connecticut. She is one of 37 in her class, each 300 feet long and displacing 4,500 tons, designed to seek out and destroy enemy shipping.



War Ensign of Prussia
Title:
War Ensign of Prussia
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Kriegsflagge der Königl. Preußische Marine geführt von 1817 bis zur Übernahme der preußischen Marine durch den Norddeutschen Bund im Jahre 1867l


Foreign Sailor Looking Out Porthole
Title:
Foreign Sailor Looking Out Porthole
unused



U.S. Naval Training Center
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Center
Great Lakes Illinois (IL), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Under the watchful eye of the Line Coach, recruits fire specially designed .22-caliber pistols for qualification in the Indoor Pistol Range. USNTC is located on Lake Michigan, 35 miles north of downtown Chicago and four miles from Waukegan. It is the oldest and largest facility of its kind in the U.S. Its essential role is recruit training of inductees, and the operation of service schools for student Navy personnel.


War Memorial--Pearl Harbor
Title:
War Memorial--Pearl Harbor
Honolulu Hawaii (HI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Silent prayers are said by visitors at the U.S.S. Arizona memorial at Pearl Harbor. A typical American family pays its respect.



Arizona's 10 Ton Anchor
Title:
Arizona's 10 Ton Anchor
Honolulu Hawaii (HI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Battleship Arizona 10 Ton Anchor One of the Battleship Arizona's 10 ton anchors has been mounted at the entrance to the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center.


US Navy Guided Missile Submaine Polaris SSG(N)FBM
Title:
US Navy Guided Missile Submaine Polaris SSG(N)FBM
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Defenders of America



Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Mindoro
Title:
Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Mindoro
Linen unused


U.S.S "Connecticut" - Big Guns and Signal Practice
Title:
U.S.S "Connecticut" - Big Guns and Signal Practice
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
Series 86



U.S. Navy Hydro-Aeroplane
Title:
U.S. Navy Hydro-Aeroplane
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 14 The machine shown here is a biplane of the most advanced type. note he boat-like lines of the body. It is built with what is known as pontoon construction, which enables it to alight on and rise from the water. This type of machine also has splendid rising of climbing ability so that it can fly without having to run along a great distance on the level. Because of this it is especially desirable for navy use, as it can be started from the deck of a battleship. Use of the aeroplane in the present European war has practically revolutionized modern methods of warfare. Our Aviation Corps makes up in skill and achievement what it lacks in numbers, and the Government is hard at work building new machines and training new men to increase this very important arm of the service.


Picture of Navy Warship, Inset of Sailor
Title:
Picture of Navy Warship, Inset of Sailor
Linen PM 1944 Mar-17

Description:
Series A18 Have we got a navy! Ask Hirohito. Has Japan got a navy? Ask Davey Jones.



U. S. Fleet Through San Francisco-Oakland Bridge
Title:
U. S. Fleet Through San Francisco-Oakland Bridge
Real Photo unused


Portrait of Sailor
Title:
Portrait of Sailor
Real Photo unused



Snapshot of Japanese Sailors
Title:
Snapshot of Japanese Sailors
Real Photo unused


U.S. Navy Patrol Bomber XPB2Y-1
Title:
U.S. Navy Patrol Bomber XPB2Y-1
Linen unused

Description:
This monster Patrol Bomber flying boat is one of the United States Eagles which bear the brunt of high seas patroling for the Navy. It is a high wing monoplane with equally tapered wings.



U.S. Navy Pre Flight School
Title:
U.S. Navy Pre Flight School
Linen


H.M. Submarine "L 56"
Title:
H.M. Submarine "L 56"
Real Photo unused



U.S.S. "Passumpsic" AO-107
Title:
U.S.S. "Passumpsic" AO-107
Real Photo unused


Battleship in Harbor
Title:
Battleship in Harbor
New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1910 Jun-13



U.S.S. "Leviathan"
Title:
U.S.S. "Leviathan"
Real Photo unused


I;d Like To Use My Arms About You
Title:
I;d Like To Use My Arms About You
White Border



Naval Supply Annex on Rough and Ready Island
Title:
Naval Supply Annex on Rough and Ready Island
Stockton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Rough and Ready Island, Stockton Channel, two and one half miles from the heart of the city.


U.S. Naval Air Station
Title:
U.S. Naval Air Station
Lemoore California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Navy A4 jet aircraft at base operations building.



Entrance to U.S. Naval Station
Title:
Entrance to U.S. Naval Station
Mayport Florida (FL), Chrome unused


Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz
Title:
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz
Chrome unused



The new U.S.S. Cruiser Houston
Title:
The new U.S.S. Cruiser Houston
Linen

Description:
The new U.S.S. Cruiser Houston home from the wars for an 8-day Navy Week visit to her namesake city. The cruiser was built with funds from Houston citizens raised in a War Bond Campaign in December 1942, replacing its immediate predecessor of the same name, which was sunk by the Japs near Java, Feb. 18th, 1942.


U.S.S. "Cairo"
Title:
U.S.S. "Cairo"
Chrome PM 1984 Apr-26



U.S.S. Mishawaka
Title:
U.S.S. Mishawaka
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Since May, 1963, this U.S. Navy YTB-764, has been in service at the Naval Station in San Diego. The Mishawaka, a yard tug boat whose duties are to assist Navy ships entering and leaving port, weighs 550 tons, is powered by 2,000 horsepower diesel engine and has a crew of seven. Compliments of Mishawaka Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.


HMS Ramilles
Title:
HMS Ramilles
PM 1908 Feb-24

Description:
Our Ironclads Series I, 9079



Largest U.S. Battleship, "The Louisiana"
Title:
Largest U.S. Battleship, "The Louisiana"
PM Jan-13


The Red YMCA Triangle - Soldier and Sailors Mail
Title:
The Red YMCA Triangle - Soldier and Sailors Mail


Description:
The ship upon which I sailed has arrived safely overseas. Signed _________. The red YMCA triangle goes every step of the way. You will find it in camps and trenches. There are hundreds of Red Triangle buildings especially adapted to the needs of men in khaki. There is no membership fee. You will be entitled to all privileges because you are in Uncle Sam's Uniform. This card is presented by a representative of the Transportation Bureau of the National War Work Council of the Young Men's Christian Association. Wherever you see this at home or overseas it means soldiers and sailors are welcome.



Thumbs Up and Fit For Duty, United States Maritime Service
Title:
Thumbs Up and Fit For Duty, United States Maritime Service
Sheepshead Bay New York (NY), Linen PM 1945 Jun-10

Description:
U.S. Maritime Service Training Stations Sheepshead Bay, New York


U.S. Nava Training Station
Title:
U.S. Nava Training Station
Newport Rhode Island (RI) PM 1943 Jun-18

Description:
U. S. Naval Training station Newport, Rhode Islaand



Flagship "Tennessee" in Puget Sound
Title:
Flagship "Tennessee" in Puget Sound
Seattle Washington (WA), Real Photo


U.S.S. "West Virginia"
Title:
U.S.S. "West Virginia"
Real Photo



Cruiser "Maryland" in Puget Sound
Title:
Cruiser "Maryland" in Puget Sound
Real Photo unused


U.S. Receiving Ship "Philadelphia"
Title:
U.S. Receiving Ship "Philadelphia"
Real Photo



Battleship "Vermont" in Puget Sound
Title:
Battleship "Vermont" in Puget Sound
Real Photo unused


Cruiser "West Virginia"
Title:
Cruiser "West Virginia"
Real Photo unused



Battleship "Wisconsin" in Puget Sound
Title:
Battleship "Wisconsin" in Puget Sound
Real Photo unused


Warship with Two Towers and Multiple Guns
Title:
Warship with Two Towers and Multiple Guns
Real Photo unused



Two Sailors Carrying a Sailor on a Stretcher
Title:
Two Sailors Carrying a Sailor on a Stretcher
Real Photo unused


U.S. Army Transport General D. E. Aultman
Title:
U.S. Army Transport General D. E. Aultman
Real Photo PM 1950 Jun-02



Large Group of Men on Board the 'U. S. S. Louis"
Title:
Large Group of Men on Board the 'U. S. S. Louis"
Real Photo unused


Ship With Sailors Crowded on Deck
Title:
Ship With Sailors Crowded on Deck
Real Photo unused



U.S.S. " Louisiana" - In a Storm
Title:
U.S.S. " Louisiana" - In a Storm
Real Photo unused


U.S.S. Louisiana
Title:
U.S.S. Louisiana
Real Photo unused



U.S.S. "Lexington"
Title:
U.S.S. "Lexington"
Real Photo PM 1941 Jun-02


U.S.S. "South Dakota"
Title:
U.S.S. "South Dakota"
Real Photo



Bird's-Eye View Showing U.S. Naval and Wireless Station
Title:
Bird's-Eye View Showing U.S. Naval and Wireless Station
Key West Florida (FL), White Border unused


U.S.S. "Houston"
Title:
U.S.S. "Houston"
White Border PM 1937 Dec-19



U.S. Cadets Yard and Rope Drill
Title:
U.S. Cadets Yard and Rope Drill
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 171-2


Wreck of the Maine, Havana, Cuba
Title:
Wreck of the Maine, Havana, Cuba
Divided Back unused



U.S.S. "Olympia" and Admiral Dewey
Title:
U.S.S. "Olympia" and Admiral Dewey
Divided Back unused


Bust of Man Set Beneath Gold Eagle and Flags
Title:
Bust of Man Set Beneath Gold Eagle and Flags
Divided Back unused

Description:
Great White Fleet



Dreadnaught "Texas" (US)
Title:
Dreadnaught "Texas" (US)
Divided Back unused

Description:
Battleship first line. Built by Newport News Shipbuilding Co.. Newport News, Va. Length over all 573ft.; Beam 95ft.2 1;2 in; Tonnage, 27.000 tons; Guns, 10-14in., 21-5 in., 4-3lbs. Crew, 147 officers, 927 men. Speed 21.05 knots. Yeast Foam lightning bread recipe on the back


Group of Sailors U.S.S. "Hartford"
Title:
Group of Sailors U.S.S. "Hartford"
Divided Back

Description:
U.S. Navy Series 2326



U.S. Battleship "Vermont"
Title:
U.S. Battleship "Vermont"
Divided Back PM 1911 Jan-16

Description:
Series 11180


US Naval Training Camp
Title:
US Naval Training Camp
Hingham Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused



Raising the "Maine"
Title:
Raising the "Maine"
unused

Description:
As it appeared at 25 foot level.


U.S.S. "Kearsarge"
Title:
U.S.S. "Kearsarge"
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Oct-23



U. S. S. Pittsburgh Target Practice
Title:
U. S. S. Pittsburgh Target Practice
Real Photo unused


Battle Target Raft, in Water
Title:
Battle Target Raft, in Water
Real Photo unused



Portrait of Two Sailors
Title:
Portrait of Two Sailors
Real Photo unused


Sailor on Ship
Title:
Sailor on Ship
Real Photo unused



Four Sailors on Ship
Title:
Four Sailors on Ship
Real Photo unused


Sailor on Bunk
Title:
Sailor on Bunk
Real Photo unused

Description:
A Sailor's Prayer



American Ambassador boarding U.S.S. "Pittsburgh"
Title:
American Ambassador boarding U.S.S. "Pittsburgh"
Antwerp, Real Photo unused


Liberty Boat Entering the Inner Harbor
Title:
Liberty Boat Entering the Inner Harbor
Brest, Real Photo unused

Description:
Liberty Boat entering the inner harbor, Brest. #448 Probably from USS Pittsburgh (CA-4)



Pie-Eating Contest, USS Pittsburgh
Title:
Pie-Eating Contest, USS Pittsburgh
Trompeloup, Real Photo unused


Placing USS Pittsburg's Decoration on Spanish American War Monument
Title:
Placing USS Pittsburg's Decoration on Spanish American War Monument
Cartagena, Real Photo unused



Row Boat Race Winners, From USS Pittsburgh
Title:
Row Boat Race Winners, From USS Pittsburgh
Real Photo unused


Sailor in Bunk "A Sailor's Prayer"
Title:
Sailor in Bunk "A Sailor's Prayer"
Real Photo PM 1947 Jun-19



Sailors From USS Pittsburgh At the Great Pyramid
Title:
Sailors From USS Pittsburgh At the Great Pyramid
Giza, Real Photo unused


Sailors on Battleship, Circa 1910
Title:
Sailors on Battleship, Circa 1910
Real Photo



Six-Inch Guns Firing From USS Pittsburgh
Title:
Six-Inch Guns Firing From USS Pittsburgh
Real Photo unused


Track Meet Rooters - Trempealeau
Title:
Track Meet Rooters - Trompelour
Real Photo unused



U. S. S. Arkansas
Title:
U. S. S. Arkansas
Real Photo unused


U. S. S. Pittsburgh Soccer Team
Title:
U. S. S. Pittsburgh Soccer Team
Real Photo unused



U. S. S. Pittsburgh, 3-Inch Gun
Title:
U. S. S. Pittsburgh, 3-Inch Gun
Real Photo unused


U. S. S. West Virginia at Cherbourg
Title:
U. S. S. West Virginia at Cherbourg
Cherbour, Real Photo unused



USS Pittsburgh (CA-4)
Title:
USS Pittsburgh (CA-4)
Mahón, Real Photo unused


USS Pittsburgh (CA-4)
Title:
USS Pittsburgh (CA-4)
Marblehead-Villefranche, Real Photo unused



Navy Airplane
Title:
Navy Airplane
Original Photograph unused


The Bath Iron Works
Title:
The Bath Iron Works
Bath Maine (ME), Chrome unused

Description:
Lyman Owen The Bath Iron Works and three destroyers it built I to R. USS Hull, USS Edson, and USS Somers.



Sailor Sleeping on Bunk - "A Sailors Prayer"
Title:
Sailor Sleeping on Bunk - "A Sailors Prayer"
Real Photo PM 1942 Oct-22


USNS General H.B. Freeman
Title:
USNS General H.B. Freeman
Real Photo unused

Description:
Boersig Built in 1945 at Richmond, California, is 573 feet long, 72 feet wide and can travel 17 knots. Complete facilities for troop recreation are available. Equipped with modern safety and life-saving gear, the C-4 transport is part of the fleet of cargo and transport vessels operated by the Military Sea Transportation Service, Department of the Navy.



U.S. Navy Patrol Bomber XPB2Y-1
Title:
U.S. Navy Patrol Bomber XPB2Y-1
Linen unused


U.S.S. "City of Corpus Christi"
Title:
U.S.S. "City of Corpus Christi"
Continental Chrome unused



U.S. Training Ship "Constellation" in Newport, R.I.
Title:
U.S. Training Ship "Constellation" in Newport, R.I.
Divided Back PM 1914 Jul-1

Description:
Instruction in splicing ropes.


Welcome American Fleet
Title:
Welcome American Fleet
Divided Back unused

Description:
Issued by the Department of Communication in commemoration of the Visit of the American Fleet, Oct. 1908



Fleet of motor torpedo boats
Title:
Fleet of motor torpedo boats
Linen unused

Description:
Fleet of motor torpedo boats in formation. Official U.S. Navy photo.


Gun Deck, U.S.F. Constitution
Title:
Gun Deck, U.S.F. Constitution
Linen unused

Description:
The Constitution was rated as a 44-gun frigate, but actually carried 52 guns. On the gun deck were thirty 24 pounder long guns, including four in the commodore's cabin. On the spar deck were twenty 32 pounder carronades and two 18 pounder long gun bow chasers, bored out to hold a24 pound shot. The gunners of the Constitution were famous for the superiority of their marksmanship.



Portrait of 2 Sailors from USS Nebraska
Title:
Portrait of 2 Sailors from USS Nebraska
Real Photo unused


Three Sailors on Deck
Title:
Three Sailors on Deck
Real Photo unused



A Sailor Leaning Against the Back of a Chair
Title:
A Sailor Leaning Against the Back of a Chair
Real Photo unused


Commodore Perry Landing in Japan
Title:
Real Photo unused



Four WWI Sailors pose for Bachelor Studio
Title:
Four WWI Sailors pose for Bachelor Studio
Boston Mississippi (MS), Real Photo unused


HMS Emeus Sinking After Being Torpedoed
Title:
HMS Emeus Sinking After Being Torpedoed
Real Photo unused



Sailor Posing in a Wicker Chair - USS Birmingham
Title:
Sailor Posing in a Wicker Chair - USS Birmingham
Real Photo unused


Sailors with Target Ship, USS Nebraska
Title:
Real Photo PM 1910 Jul-8



Two Sailors from USS Nebraska - Comic Heads-Through-Hole
Title:
Real Photo unused


USS Fanning - "Base Six"
Title:
USS Fanning - "Base Six"
Real Photo unused



Naval Officers
Title:
Naval Officers
Real Photo unused


Large group of Sailors looking up at camera smiling
Title:
Large group of Sailors looking up at camera smiling
Chrome unused



An older Sailor poses with a younger Japanese Woman dressed traditionally - Real Photo
Title:
An older Sailor poses with a younger Japanese Woman dressed traditionally - Real Photo
Real Photo unused


View of Memorial Procession, May 11, 1914
Title:
View of Memorial Procession, May 11, 1914
Brooklyn New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Memorial parade for sailors and marines killed during the capture of Veracruz, Mexico. President Woodrow Wilson visits the Brooklyn Naval Yard.



Greetings From Quonset Naval Air Station
Title:
Greetings From Quonset Naval Air Station
Quonset Point Rhode Island (RI), Linen unused


A Tour of Japan from the U.S.S. Missouri
Title:
A Tour of Japan from the U.S.S. Missouri


Description:
Nara, Nagoya, Nikko, Miyajima, Tokyo, Fuji, Kamakura, Enoshima



Protected Steel Cruiser Newark, 19 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Newark, 19 Knots
Divided Back unused


Light Draught Gunboat Helena, 15.5 Knots
Title:
Light Draught Gunboat Helena, 15.5 Knots
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28212



Battleship New Jersey, 19 knots
Title:
Battleship New Jersey, 19 knots
Divided Back unused


Armored Cruiser Brooklyn 21.91 Knots
Title:
Armored Cruiser Brooklyn 21.91 Knots
Divided Back unused



Torpedo Boat Morris at Full Speed, Newport, R.I.
Title:
Torpedo Boat Morris at Full Speed, Newport, R.I.
Divided Back unused


Unprotected Steel Cruiser Marblehead, 18.44 Knots
Title:
Unprotected Steel Cruiser Marblehead, 18.44 Knots
Divided Back unused



U.S.S. Rhode Island
Title:
U.S.S. Rhode Island
Divided Back unused


Battleship at sea - Battleship Vermont, 18 Knots
Title:
Battleship at sea - Battleship Vermont, 18 Knots
Divided Back unused



Unarmored Steel Gunboat Castine, 16,032 Knots
Title:
Unarmored Steel Gunboat Castine, 16,032 Knots
Divided Back unused


U.S.S. Birmingham
Title:
U.S.S. Birmingham
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28778



Old Ironsides
Title:
Old Ironsides
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Constitution, Old Ironside, the most renowned vessel in the United States Navy, Built in Boston in 1797.


S.S. Ile de France French Line 43,153 Gross Tons
Title:
S.S. Ile de France French Line 43,153 Gross Tons
Divided Back unused

Description:
"The Longest Gangplank in the World"



Protected Steel Cruiser "Olympia"
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser "Olympia"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28191


U. S. S. Southery, "Prison Ship", Portsmouth Navy Yard, N. H.
Title:
U. S. S. Southery, "Prison Ship", Portsmouth Navy Yard, N. H.
Divided Back unused



Torpedo Boat Destroyer Decatur, 28.10 Knots
Title:
Torpedo Boat Destroyer Decatur, 28.10 Knots
Divided Back unused


TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER, LAWRENCE, 28.40 KNOTS
Title:
TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER, LAWRENCE, 28.40 KNOTS
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28210



Protected Steel Cruiser "St. Louis"
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser "St. Louis"
Divided Back unused


Torpedo Boat Mackenzie, 20.11 Knots
Title:
Torpedo Boat Mackenzie, 20.11 Knots
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28206



Torpedo Boat Porter, 28.3 Knots
Title:
Torpedo Boat Porter, 28.3 Knots
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28207


Battleship New Jersey, 19 Knots
Title:
Battleship New Jersey, 19 Knots
Divided Back unused



Protected Steel Cruiser Detroit 18.71 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Detroit 18.71 Knots
Divided Back unused


U.S.S. Kansas
Title:
U.S.S. Kansas
Divided Back unused



U.S.S. Idaho
Title:
U.S.S. Idaho
Divided Back unused


U.S.S. Montana, 22 1-2 Knots
Title:
U.S.S. Montana, 22 1-2 Knots
Divided Back unused



Armored Cruiser Colorado
Title:
Armored Cruiser Colorado
Divided Back unused


Battleship Kansas, 19.1 Knots
Title:
Battleship Kansas, 19.1 Knots
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28168



U.S.S. Nebraska
Title:
U.S.S. Nebraska
Divided Back unused


Battleship "Missouri", Broadside
Title:
Battleship "Missouri", Broadside
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 10182-6



Battleship Louisiana, 18 Knots
Title:
Battleship Louisiana, 18 Knots
Divided Back unused


U.S.S. Louisiana
Title:
U.S.S. Louisiana
Divided Back unused

Description:
Photo of a Battleship (U.S.S. Louisiana) at sea.



Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius
Title:
Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4133


Protected Steel Cruiser Minneapolis 22.8 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Minneapolis 22.8 Knots
Divided Back unused



U.S.S. Arkansas
Title:
U.S.S. Arkansas
Divided Back unused


Torpedo Boat Cushing, 22.5 Knots
Title:
Torpedo Boat Cushing, 22.5 Knots
Divided Back unused



U. S. S. Ohio
Title:
U. S. S. Ohio
Divided Back unused


U.S.S. Indiana
Title:
U.S.S. Indiana
Divided Back unused



Protected Steel Cruiser Des Moines, 16.5 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Des Moines, 16.5 Knots
Divided Back unused


U.S.S. Mississippi
Title:
U.S.S. Mississippi
Divided Back unused



Monitor "Florida" Broadside
Title:
Monitor "Florida" Broadside
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 10182-11


U. S. S. Michigan
Title:
U. S. S. Michigan
Divided Back unused



Unprotected Steel Cruiser Montgomery, 19.05 Knots
Title:
Unprotected Steel Cruiser Montgomery, 19.05 Knots
Divided Back unused


Protected Steel Cruiser "Chattanooga" 16.5 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser "Chattanooga" 16.5 Knots
Divided Back unused



Protected Steel Cruiser Charleston, 22 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Charleston, 22 Knots
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28184


Unarmored Steel Gunboat Marietta, 13 Knots
Title:
Unarmored Steel Gunboat Marietta, 13 Knots
Divided Back unused



Profected Street Cruiser Raleigh, 19 knots
Title:
Profected Street Cruiser Raleigh, 19 knots
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 28193 Steam ship Raleigh on ocean by manufacturer The Hugh C. Leighton Co. of Portland, ME 28193


U.S.S. North Carolina
Title:
U.S.S. North Carolina
Divided Back unused



Armored Cruiser "Maryland"
Title:
Armored Cruiser "Maryland"
Divided Back unused


U. S. Armored Cruiser, "West Virginia"
Title:
U. S. Armored Cruiser, "West Virginia"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 10182-4



U.S.S. Virginia
Title:
U.S.S. Virginia
Divided Back unused


Nelson's Last Message
Title:
Nelson's Last Message
Divided Back

Description:
Oilette Series 9108 Trafalgar October 21, 1805



U.S.S. Harrisburg
Title:
U.S.S. Harrisburg
Divided Back

Description:
Compliments of the Army and Navy Chaplains The U.S.S. Harrisburg which brought me home was launched in 1888 as the "City of Paris". 560 feet long, 62 feed wide, with a displacement of 10,060 tons, 19,000 horsepower and a speed of 19 knots, the first ship to be fitted with twin screws, she was easily the "Queen of the Ocean" and broke the world's record by crossing the Atlantic from Queenstown to New York in 5 days and 12 hours. From 1893 to 1898 she served in the U.S. Merchant Marine as the 'Paris' and during the Spanish American War as the auxiliary cruiser 'Yale'. Going back to the American Line for mail and passenger service the 'Philadelphia' plied between Southampton and New York until again commissioned by the U.S. as the 'Harrisburg' on May 29, 1918, since which time she has been successfully eluding submarines and bringing back her share of soldiers.


Wreck of the "Saranac"
Title:
Wreck of the "Saranac"
Coney Island New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-8

Description:
Geo. C. Tully's Beautiful Steeplechase Park, Coney Island, N.Y.



Loading the Ship
Title:
Loading the Ship
Real Photo unused


Navy Review
Title:
Navy Review
Real Photo unused



Sailors on Beach
Title:
Sailors on Beach
Real Photo unused


Sailors Getting Food
Title:
Sailors Getting Food
Real Photo unused



Bird's Nest on Ship
Title:
Bird's Nest on Ship
Real Photo unused


Crew of the U. S. S. Maine
Title:
Crew of the U. S. S. Maine
Real Photo unused



Troops on Forecastle of U.S.S. Louisiana
Title:
Troops on Forecastle of U.S.S. Louisiana
Real Photo unused


U.S.S. Dixie
Title:
U.S.S. Dixie
Real Photo unused



USS Louisiana in Waves
Title:
USS Louisiana in Waves
Real Photo


Bow of USS Louisiana
Title:
Bow of USS Louisiana
Real Photo unused



Giant Crane & U.S. Navy Yard
Title:
Giant Crane & U.S. Navy Yard
Real Photo unused


Bag Layout, U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois
Title:
Bag Layout, U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois
Real Photo PM 1943 Apr-14

Description:
Rear Admiral, John Downes U. S. Navy, Commanding Officer



H.M.S. Alert
Title:
H.M.S. Alert
Real Photo unused


H.M.S. Swiftsure
Title:
H.M.S. Swiftsure
Real Photo unused



H.M.S. Flamingo
Title:
H.M.S. Flamingo
Real Photo unused


H.M.S. Tumult
Title:
H.M.S. Tumult
Real Photo unused



H.M.S. Loch-Aluie
Title:
H.M.S. Loch-Aluie
Real Photo unused


H.M.S. Ulster
Title:
H.M.S. Ulster
Real Photo unused



H.M.S. Defender
Title:
H.M.S. Defender
Real Photo unused


H.M.S. Ulster
Title:
H.M.S. Ulster
Real Photo unused



H.M.S. Mariner
Title:
H.M.S. Mariner
Real Photo unused


H.M.S. Ocean
Title:
H.M.S. Ocean
Real Photo unused



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