U.S.S. "Los Angeles" Emerging from Hangar, Naval Air Station
Title:
U.S.S. "Los Angeles" Emerging from Hangar, Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Linen


U.S.S. Los Angeles at Control and Compartment Car
Title:
U.S.S. Los Angeles at Control and Compartment Car
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border

Description:
Clements This car contains officers and passengers. Quarters are modern equipped. Entire ship controlled from this car.



USS Los Angeles, Naval Air Station
Title:
USS Los Angeles, Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border


U.S.S. Shenandoah, Control Car and Radio Room
Title:
U.S.S. Shenandoah, Control Car and Radio Room
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused

Description:
Entire ship is controlled from this car. Also Radio Room Station NERK.



ZR-3, Landing From Germany at U.S.N. Air Station
Title:
ZR-3, Landing From Germany at U.S.N. Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border

Description:
The ZR-3, last and largest of the Zeppelins, arrived at the U.S. Naval Air Station, on Oct. 15, 1924, having made the trip of over 5,000 miles from Friedrichshafen, Germany, in 81 hours. the ZR-3 is 656 feet long,107 feet in diameter and has 6 Gondolas.


NAS Lakehurst
Title:
NAS Lakehurst
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
The WH-2 Seasprite has earned the reputation of "Angel of Mercy" because of its record of rescuing downed pilots; during carrier operations at sea, at advance bases, behind enemy lines and wherever their services are required by the armed forces all over the world. This includes both the North and South Poles where they serve with the Coast Guard Ice Breakers. In between times they do mundane jobs such as aerial taxis and mail carriers for the US Navy at sea



U. S. Naval Air Station
Title:
U. S. Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
U. S. Naval air station, Lakehurst, N. J. Training center for the “Blimp Squadrons”. Here is one of the many K-Type Airships stationed there, taking off on a training flight.


Cathedral Of The Air
Title:
Cathedral Of The Air
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused



Cathdral Of The Air N. A. S.
Title:
Cathdral Of The Air N. A. S.
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1944

Description:
MEMORIAL CHAPEL ERECTED AND DEDICATED BY DEPT. NEW JERSEY, STATE POSTS AMERICAN LEGION


Greetings From Lakehurst
Title:
Greetings From Lakehurst
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ) unused



Naval Air Station
Title:
Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Real Photo unused


The Hangar at Lakehurst Circa 1924
Title:
The Hangar at Lakehurst Circa 1924
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Real Photo

Description:
Its enormous size is evident by contrasting it with other buildings. The brick building to the lefts is 140 feet long and 30 feet high and is exactly the same distance from the camera as the hangar.



Interior of Hangar-Showing the U.S.S. Los Angeles
Title:
Interior of Hangar-Showing the U.S.S. Los Angeles
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Real Photo unused


ZR-3, Landing From Germany at U.S.N. Air Station
Title:
ZR-3, Landing From Germany at U.S.N. Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused

Description:
The ZR-3, last and largest of the Zeppelins, arrived at the U.S. Naval Air Station on Oct. 15, 1924, having made the trip of over 5,000 miles from Friedrichshafen, Germany in 81 hours. The ZR-3 is 656 feet long, 107 feet in diameter and has 6 Gondolas.



Zeppelin ZR-3 Arriving at US. Naval Air Station
Title:
Zeppelin ZR-3 Arriving at US. Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused


USS Los Angeles, Naval Air Station
Title:
USS Los Angeles, Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border

Description:
Length 556 feet; diameter 90.7 feet. Speed 75 miles.



Zeppelin ZR-3 Arriving from Germany at US. Naval Air Station
Title:
Zeppelin ZR-3 Arriving from Germany at US. Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused


N. A. S. Lakehurt, N.J
Title:
N. A. S. Lakehurt, N.J
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
The "Main Gate" entrance to the U.S. Naval Air Station, and facilities, Lakehurst, N.J



U.S.S. Los Angeles at Mobile Mast Naval Air Station
Title:
U.S.S. Los Angeles at Mobile Mast Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1932 Aug-17

Description:
Dimensions of U.S.S. "Los Angeles" Length 656 feet Diameter 91 feet Height over all 102 feet Gas Capacity 2,472,000 cubic feet Power--5 400 H.P. Maybach Motors


U.S.S. Los Angeles at Mobile Mast, Naval Air Station
Title:
U.S.S. Los Angeles at Mobile Mast, Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused

Description:
Length 656 feet. Diameter 91 feet. Height over all 102 feet. Gas capacity 2,472,000 cubic feet. Power- 5 400 HP Maybach Motors The Collotype Co



Parachute Jumper, U.S.N.A.S
Title:
Parachute Jumper, U.S.N.A.S
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome


Naval Hangar
Title:
Naval Hangar
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
New Jersey The Nation's Playground Naval Hangar at Lakehurst, which has housed all the big dirigibles owned by the U.S. Government and which was the base for the ill-fated Hindenburg. It is located on State Route No. 40



A Hop Rescue Helicopter
Title:
A Hop Rescue Helicopter
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
A HUP rescue helicopter about to take off from U. S. Naval Air Station at Lakehurst, N. J.


Airship In Overhaul Hangar
Title:
Airship In Overhaul Hangar
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused





Total: 24 Items