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


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



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.


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



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.



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


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



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


Six-Inch Guns Firing From USS Pittsburgh
Title:
Six-Inch Guns Firing From USS Pittsburgh
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


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



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


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.



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


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.



USS Antietam
Title:
USS Antietam
Chrome unused

Description:
This amazing photograph shows a Navy jet fighter being catapulted from the aircraft carrier USS Antietam at night. 800 Sylvania flashbulbs were fired by a radio pulse which simultaneously tripped the shutter of a Fairchild camera mounted in the gondola of a blimp. Photolamp and electronics engineers of Sylvania Electric Products Inc. planned and executed this unusual photographic project


First Class Battleship "New Jersey"
Title:
First Class Battleship "New Jersey"




The Battleship "Minnesota"
Title:
The Battleship "Minnesota"
unused


Old Ironsides Constitution
Title:
Old Ironsides Constitution
unused



US Battleship Fleet off Honolulu
Title:
US Battleship Fleet off Honolulu
unused

Description:
The most important United States coaling station in the world is at Honolulu. With the $15,000,000.00 expenditure by the Naval and Military authorities during the next few years the Naval Station at Pearl Harbor will be the finest in the world having an immense dry dock and heavily fortified and will also be protected by guns on the south coast of the Island of Oahu


U.S. Battleship Connecticut
Title:
U.S. Battleship Connecticut
unused



U.S. Battleship New Jersey
Title:
U.S. Battleship New Jersey
unused


USS Georgia on the Water
Title:
USS Georgia on the Water
unused



U.S.S. Kansas
Title:
U.S.S. Kansas
unused


USS Vermont on the Water
Title:
USS Vermont on the Water
unused



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


USS Minnesota on the Water
Title:
USS Minnesota on the Water
unused



U.S. Battleship Ohio
Title:
U.S. Battleship Ohio
PM 1907 Aug-9


U.S.S. Alabama
Title:
U.S.S. Alabama
unused



US Battleship Illinois on the Water
Title:
US Battleship Illinois on the Water
unused


U.S. Battleshp Kentucky
Title:
U.S. Battleshp Kentucky
unused



US Battleship Missouri on the Water
Title:
US Battleship Missouri on the Water
unused


U. S. S. Kearsarge
Title:
U. S. S. Kearsarge




US Battleship Maine on the Water
Title:
US Battleship Maine on the Water
PM 1909


US Navy, Training Ship "Severn"
Title:
US Navy, Training Ship "Severn"
unused

Description:
Practice ship for the cadets of the Naval Academy. A sailing vessel, built at Bath, Me. It is 175 feet long and 37 feet broad, displacing 1,176 tons of water. Cost, about $112,600. It is armed with six 4-inch rapid-firing guns, besides a secondary battery of smaller rapid-firers. Keel was laid Aug. 2d, 1898



Dr. Frederick A. Cook, Arctic Explorer, in his Arctic Costume, and the Steamer Bradley
Title:
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, Arctic Explorer, in his Arctic Costume, and the Steamer Bradley
unused

Description:
which bore him upon his successful search for the North Pole, which he discovered April 21, 1908


"The Constitution," "Old Ironsides"
Title:
"The Constitution," "Old Ironsides"
unused

Description:
215731 - Boston, Mass. The most renowned vessel in U.S. Navy, built in Boston, 1797



The Constitution, Old Ironsides, Boston, Mass., the Most Renowned Vessel in U.S. Navy
Title:
The Constitution, Old Ironsides, Boston, Mass., the Most Renowned Vessel in U.S. Navy
PM 1912 Jul-1

Description:
Built in Boston, 1797


The Constitution (Old Ironside)
Title:
The Constitution (Old Ironside)
PM 1911 Aug-14

Description:
The most renowned vessel in the United States navy, built in Boston in 1797



U. S. S. Hartford in Boston Harbor
Title:
U. S. S. Hartford in Boston Harbor
PM 1910 Dec-9


Halcyon in Marblehead Harbor, Model of Vessel in Which Columbus Discovered America
Title:
Halcyon in Marblehead Harbor, Model of Vessel in Which Columbus Discovered America
unused



Merrimac in Dry Dock, Being Converted into the Iron Battery Virginia
Title:
Merrimac in Dry Dock, Being Converted into the Iron Battery Virginia



The First Naval Conflict Between Iron Clad Vessels in Hampton Roads, March 9th, 1862
Title:
The First Naval Conflict Between Iron Clad Vessels in Hampton Roads, March 9th, 1862
unused

Description:
in sight of Hotel Chamberlin Geo. F. Adams, Fortress Monroe, Va



U.S. Training Ship Monongahela off Sandy Hook on her Way to Sea
Title:
U.S. Training Ship Monongahela off Sandy Hook on her Way to Sea
unused


Destruction of the Virginia, May 11, 1862
Title:
Destruction of the Virginia, May 11, 1862
PM 1911 Jun-20



Principal Scene in the Great Naval Battle Spectacle "The Battle of the Monitor and Merrimac"
Title:
Principal Scene in the Great Naval Battle Spectacle "The Battle of the Monitor and Merrimac"
PM 1909 Jul-12

Description:
A thrilling reproduction of the fight between the first ironclads ever build. Now exhibited at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A


Virginia sinking the Cumberland, March 8th 1862
Title:
Virginia sinking the Cumberland, March 8th 1862




Large Guns on US Battleship Kearsarge
Title:
Large Guns on US Battleship Kearsarge
PM 1909 Apr-14


Monitor Puritan, Favorite Pastime
Title:
Monitor Puritan, Favorite Pastime
unused



Battleship Oregon, On the Bridge of the Minnesota
Title:
Battleship Oregon, On the Bridge of the Minnesota
unused


Battleship Indiana in Dry Dock, Writing Letters Home
Title:
Battleship Indiana in Dry Dock, Writing Letters Home
unused



Cruiser Washington, Admiral Evans
Title:
Cruiser Washington, Admiral Evans
PM 1909 Sep-20


The Mayflower, the President's Yacht
Title:
The Mayflower, the President's Yacht
unused

Description:
length 273 feet main battery 6 guns



U.S.S. Mayflower
Title:
U.S.S. Mayflower
unused


U.S.S. Sylph President Taft's Yacht
Title:
U.S.S. Sylph President Taft's Yacht
unused



Pacific Coast Fleet, United States Navy
Title:
Pacific Coast Fleet, United States Navy
unused


Unique Naval Scene, One Collier Coaling Two United States War Vessels at the Same Time
Title:
Unique Naval Scene, One Collier Coaling Two United States War Vessels at the Same Time
unused

Description:
in the harbor of San Diego, Cal



U.S. Monitor Mianionomah
Title:
U.S. Monitor Mianionomah
unused


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



US Monitor Arkansas on the Water
Title:
US Monitor Arkansas on the Water
unused


U. S. Monitor, "Arkansas"
Title:
U. S. Monitor, "Arkansas"
PM 1906 Sep-10

Description:
Copyright 1904 by Enrique Muller



U.S. Monitor Amphitrite
Title:
U.S. Monitor Amphitrite
unused

Description:
Length 259 ft. 3 in., breadth 55 ft. 6 in., draft 14 ft. 2 in., Norfolk, VA


US Monitor Amphitrite
Title:
US Monitor Amphitrite
unused

Description:
Length 259 ft. 3 in., breadth 55 ft. 6 in., draft 14 ft. 2 in., Norfolk, Va



The Mayflower, the President's Yacht
Title:
The Mayflower, the President's Yacht
unused

Description:
length 273 feet main battery 6 guns


U.S. Monitor Florida, Steaming Down New York Bay on her way to Sea in Mid Winter
Title:
U.S. Monitor Florida, Steaming Down New York Bay on her way to Sea in Mid Winter
unused



U.S. Monitor Nevada
Title:
U.S. Monitor Nevada
unused


US Monitor Puritan on the Water
Title:
US Monitor Puritan on the Water
PM 1906 Dec-10



US Monitor Terror on the Water
Title:
US Monitor Terror on the Water
unused


U.S. Monitor Puritan
Title:
U.S. Monitor Puritan
unused



U.S. Monitor Wyoming
Title:
U.S. Monitor Wyoming
unused

Description:
200 officers and men length 252 feet battery 6 guns


U.S. Monitor Wyoming
Title:
U.S. Monitor Wyoming


Description:
200 officers and men length 252 feet battery 6 guns



U.S. Dynamite Gunboat "Vesuvius"
Title:
U.S. Dynamite Gunboat "Vesuvius"
unused

Description:
Length 252 ft., 4 in., Breadth 26 ft. 6 2/5 in., Draft 10 ft. 7 1/2 in., Place launched Philadelphia, PA


Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius
Title:
Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius
PM 1907 Nov-7

Description:
21 42 Knots



U.S. Gunboat Newport
Title:
U.S. Gunboat Newport
unused

Description:
displacement 1010 tons length 168 feet main battery 6 guns


US Gunboat Petrel
Title:
US Gunboat Petrel
unused

Description:
Length 176 ft. 5 in., breadth 31 ft., draft 11 ft. 6 1/4 in., place launched Baltimore, Md



U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Stewart
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Stewart
PM 1907 Jun-24


Pacific Torpedo Fleet, San Diego, Cal
Title:
Pacific Torpedo Fleet, San Diego, Cal
unused



Torpedo Boat Morris, Going at Full Speed and Firing Torpedo
Title:
Torpedo Boat Morris, Going at Full Speed and Firing Torpedo
unused


U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Worden
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Worden
PM 1907 Jul-31



H.M. Torpedo Boat, No. 110
Title:
H.M. Torpedo Boat, No. 110
unused


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



U.S. Torpedo Boat, Dupont, Going at Full Speed off Sandy Hook
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Boat, Dupont, Going at Full Speed off Sandy Hook
unused


1298 - U. S. torpedo boat "Parragut'
Title:
1298 - U. S. torpedo boat "Parragut'
unused

Description:
125 officers and men. Length 213 feet. Speed, 30 knots



U.S. Torpedo Boat Destoryer Paul Jones
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Boat Destoryer Paul Jones
unused

Description:
125 officers and men length 245 feet speed, 29 knots


U.S. Torpedo Boat Morris
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Boat Morris
unused

Description:
Displacement 105 tons length 138 feet main battery 4 guns



United States Submarine Boats "Porpoise" and "Shark"
Title:
United States Submarine Boats "Porpoise" and "Shark"
PM Jul-26


3007 - Torpedo Flottilla, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va
Title:
3007 - Torpedo Flottilla, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va
unused



Torpedo Boats, Norfolk Navy Yard
Title:
Torpedo Boats, Norfolk Navy Yard
unused


3007 - Torpedo Flottilla, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va
Title:
3007 - Torpedo Flottilla, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va
PM 1917 Jul-16



U.S. Torpedo Fleet, Torpedo Boats and Destroyers in Harbor at a United State Navy Yard
Title:
U.S. Torpedo Fleet, Torpedo Boats and Destroyers in Harbor at a United State Navy Yard
unused


Launching the Sub-Marine Boat Octopus, Quincy, Mass
Title:
Launching the Sub-Marine Boat Octopus, Quincy, Mass
PM 1908 Sep-10



1212 - U. S. receiving ship "Philadelphia"
Title:
1212 - U. S. receiving ship "Philadelphia"
unused

Description:
Showing officers' quarters, Bremerton Navy Yard, Washington


S.S. Indianapolic
Title:
S.S. Indianapolic
PM 1910 Mar-23



The McKinley Cruiser at Whalom Lake, Fitchburg, Mass
Title:
The McKinley Cruiser at Whalom Lake, Fitchburg, Mass
PM 1908 Mar-28


US Warship "Concord"
Title:
US Warship "Concord"
unused



USS Chester Leaving Portsmouth, NH
Title:
USS Chester Leaving Portsmouth, NH
PM 1908


Dispatch Boat - Dolphin - 15.5 Knots
Title:
Dispatch Boat - Dolphin - 15.5 Knots
unused



Mail Boat
Title:
Mail Boat
PM 1910 Feb-11


US Scout Ship Chester, Fastest in the World. 26.52 knots. Bath Iron Works, 1908
Title:
US Scout Ship Chester, Fastest in the World. 26.52 knots. Bath Iron Works, 1908
unused



U.S. Destroyer Wick
Title:
U.S. Destroyer Wick
unused


USS "Atlanta"
Title:
USS "Atlanta"
unused

Description:
Protected cruiser; launched at Chester, Pennsylvania, October 9, 1884; Length 288 feet 6 inches; breadth 42 feet 2 inches; draught 16 feet 10 inches; displacement 3,000 tons; speed 13.60 knots; 21 guns; 19 officers and 285 men



Protected Steel Cruiser Baltimore, 20.096 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Baltimore, 20.096 Knots
unused


U.S.S. Baltimore Passing Statue of Liberty Going to Sea
Title:
U.S.S. Baltimore Passing Statue of Liberty Going to Sea
unused



E-1507. U. S. Cruiser Baltimore
Title:
E-1507. U. S. Cruiser Baltimore
unused

Description:
Length, 335 Ft., Breadth, 48 Ft. 7½ In., Draft ,19 Ft. 6 In


U.S. cruiser Baltimore
Title:
U.S. cruiser Baltimore
unused

Description:
Length 327 ft. 6 in., breadth 48 ft. 7½ in., draft 20 ft., place launched Philadelphia, PA



US Cruiser "Boston"
Title:
US Cruiser "Boston"
PM 1911 Apr-8

Description:
Length, 288 ft. 3 in., breadth, 42 ft. 2 in., draft, 16 ft. 10 in


US Cruiser "Boston"
Title:
US Cruiser "Boston"
unused

Description:
Length 271 ft. 3 in., breadth 42 ft. 1 3/4 in., draft 17 ft., place launched, Chester, Pa



U.S.S. Brooklyn
Title:
U.S.S. Brooklyn
unused


US Cruiser "Boston"
Title:
US Cruiser "Boston"
unused

Description:
Length 771 ft. 3 in., breadth 42 ft. 1 3/4 in., draft 17 ft., place launched, Chester, PA



US Cruiser Brooklyn
Title:
US Cruiser Brooklyn
unused

Description:
In patriotic frame


U. S. Cruiser Brooklyn
Title:
U. S. Cruiser Brooklyn
unused

Description:
Which during the summer of 1905, under command of Rear Admiral Sigsbee, brought the remains of John Paul Jones from France to the United States, for interment in the grounds of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Copyright, 1905, by Helen I. Tilton



U.S. Cruiser "Brooklyn"
Title:
U.S. Cruiser "Brooklyn"
unused


US Cruiser Brooklyn
Title:
US Cruiser Brooklyn
unused

Description:
Length 400 ft. 6 in., breadth 64 ft. 8 1/4 in., draft 24 ft., place launched Philadelphia, Pa



1291 - U. S. armored cruiser "California"
Title:
1291 - U. S. armored cruiser "California"
unused

Description:
800 officers and men. Length 502 feet. Main battery 18 guns


U.S. Armored Cruiser Charleston
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser Charleston
unused



U.S.S. Brooklyn
Title:
U.S.S. Brooklyn
unused


The US Cruiser Brooklyn
Title:
The US Cruiser Brooklyn


Description:
Length 400 ft. 6 in., breadth 64 ft. 8 1/4 in., draft 24 ft., place launched Philadelphia, pa



U.S. Armored Cruiser "California"
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser "California"
unused


U.S.S. California, San Diego, Cal
Title:
U.S.S. California, San Diego, Cal




U.S.S. Charleston
Title:
U.S.S. Charleston
PM 1906


U.S. Cruiser Chicago
Title:
U.S. Cruiser Chicago
unused



U.S. Cruiser Cleveland
Title:
U.S. Cruiser Cleveland
unused

Description:
length 292 ft., breadth 44 ft., draft 15 ft. 9 in. place launched Bath, Me


U.S.S. Charleston
Title:
U.S.S. Charleston
unused



U.S. Protected Cruiser Charleston
Title:
U.S. Protected Cruiser Charleston
unused

Description:
600 officers and men length 424 feet main battery 14 guns


US Battleship Chicago
Title:
US Battleship Chicago


Description:
At sea



U.S. Armored Cruiser Colorado
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser Colorado
unused


US Armored Cruiser "Colorado"
Title:
US Armored Cruiser "Colorado"
unused

Description:
Built at Philadelphia. Length 502 ft; beam 69 ft 6 1/2 inches. Displacement 13,680 tons. Speed on trial 22.24 knots; cost $3,775,000. Commissioned January 19, 1905. Complement of 41 officers and 850 men. Main Battery - Four 8-in BLR in turrets, also fourteen 6 in. RF in broadsides. Secondary Battery - Eighteen 3-in. RF, twelve 3-lb. SA, two 1-lb. RF, two 3-in F, and six .30 cal. A. With two 18-in submerged torpedo tubes



US Armored Cruiser Colorado
Title:
US Armored Cruiser Colorado
unused


U.S. Armored Cruiser Colorado
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser Colorado
unused



U.S. Armored Cruiser Colorado
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser Colorado
unused

Description:
800 officers and men length 502 feet main battery 18 guns


USS Columbia on the Water
Title:
USS Columbia on the Water
PM 1911 Apr-3



USS Columbia on the Water
Title:
USS Columbia on the Water



U.S. Cruiser Columbia
Title:
U.S. Cruiser Columbia




US Cruiser Columbia
Title:
US Cruiser Columbia
unused

Description:
In patriotic frame


Protected Steel Cruiser Columbia, 22.8 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Columbia, 22.8 Knots
unused



U.S.S. Columbia
Title:
U.S.S. Columbia
unused


US Protected Cruiser "Milwaukee"
Title:
US Protected Cruiser "Milwaukee"
unused

Description:
600 officers and men. Length 424 feet. Main battery 14 guns



U.S.S. Georgia
Title:
U.S.S. Georgia
unused


U.S.S. Monterey In Typhoon
Title:
U.S.S. Monterey In Typhoon
unused



Protected Steel Cruiser Minneapolis 22,8 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser Minneapolis 22,8 Knots
unused


U.S.S. Maryland
Title:
U.S.S. Maryland
unused



US Armored Cruiser, "Maryland"
Title:
US Armored Cruiser, "Maryland"
unused

Description:
Built at Newport News, Va. Length 502 ft; beam 69 feet 6 1/2 inches. Mean draft 24 feet 1 inch. Displacement 13,680 tons. Speed 22.41 knots; cost $3,775,000. Commissioned April 18, 1905. Complement of 41 officers and 850 men. Main Battery - Four 8-in. BLR turrets and fourteen 6-in. RF broadside. Secondary battery - eighteen 3-in RF., twelve 3-lb. SA, two 1 lb. RF, two 3 in. F., six .30 cal. A. Also two 18-in submerged torpedo tubes


U. S. Cruiser "Minneapolis" passing down New York Bay on her way to Sea
Title:
U. S. Cruiser "Minneapolis" passing down New York Bay on her way to Sea
unused



U.S. Armored Cruiser Maryland
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser Maryland
unused

Description:
800 officers and men length 502 feet main battery 18 guns


USS Maryland on the Water
Title:
USS Maryland on the Water
unused



New Orleans
Title:
New Orleans
PM 1908


U.S. Armored Cruiser Nebraska
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser Nebraska
unused



US Armored Cruiser Montana
Title:
US Armored Cruiser Montana
unused

Description:
Displacement, about 16,000 tons; speed, 22 knots; 23,000 HP. Length, 504 1/2 ft.; beam, 73 ft.; draught, 26 1/2 ft. Crew of 945 men (as flagship, 990 men). Carries four 10 in. guns, sixteen 6 in. guns and 28 smaller guns. Four 21 in. torpedo tubes. Armor belt, 5-3 ins. amidships; 9-5 ins. on turrets; 7 ins. on barbettes. Completed, 1908. Cost, $5,874,260


U.S. Cruiser New Orleans
Title:
U.S. Cruiser New Orleans
unused

Description:
length 346 ft. breadth 42 ft. 9 in. draft 18 ft. place launched New Castle, England



U.S.S. New York
Title:
U.S.S. New York
unused


US Cruiser New York
Title:
US Cruiser New York
unused

Description:
Length 380 ft. 6 1/2 in., breadth 64 ft. 19 in., draft 23 ft. 3 1/8 in., place launched Philadelphia, Pa



U.S.S. New York
Title:
U.S.S. New York
unused


USS New York on the Water
Title:
USS New York on the Water
unused



Armored Cruiser New York, 21 Knots
Title:
Armored Cruiser New York, 21 Knots
PM 1909 Feb-23


US Armored Cruiser "New York"
Title:
US Armored Cruiser "New York"
unused

Description:
500 officers and men. Length 380 feet. Main battery 14 guns



US Cruiser "Newark"
Title:
US Cruiser "Newark"
PM 1908 Sep-14

Description:
Length 311 ft. 5 in., breadth 49 ft. 2 in., draft 19 ft. 9 3/4 ins., Philadephia, Pa


U.S. cruiser Olympia
Title:
U.S. cruiser Olympia
PM 1906 Jul-13

Description:
Length 340 ft., breadth 53 ft. 0 5/8 in., draft 21 ft. 6 in., place launched San Francisco, Cal



USS "Olympia" and Admiral Dewey
Title:
USS "Olympia" and Admiral Dewey
unused

Description:
The ship is a protected cruiser; launched at San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 5, 1892; length 344 feet 1 inch; breadth 53 feet; draught 71 feet 6 inches; displacement 6,600 tons; speed 21.69 knots; 34 guns; 30 officers and 428 men; and was the flagship of Admiral George Dewey, (then Commodore) Commander-in-Chief of the American forces at Manila Bay, the glory whereof is sufficient. In view of his world wide fame, lengthy reference to Admiral Dewey seems unneccessary. Pride of rank and every honor in their power were bestowed upon him by the Congress of the United States and a grateful people. With the single exception of Admiral Farragut, under whom he received a part of his early training, Admiral Dewey is the only one to hold the rank and title of Admiral of the United States Navy


U.S. Cruiser "Olympia" Admiral Dewey's Flagship at Manila
Title:
U.S. Cruiser "Olympia" Admiral Dewey's Flagship at Manila
unused



U.S.S. Pennsylvania
Title:
U.S.S. Pennsylvania
PM 1906 Sep-5


US Armored Cruiser "Pennsylvania"
Title:
US Armored Cruiser "Pennsylvania"
unused

Description:
Built at Philadelphia. Length 502 feet; beam 69 feet 6 1/2 inches. Draft 24 feet 1 inch. Displacement 13,680 tons. Cost $3,890,000. Completed Jan. 10, 1904. Complement of 41 officers and 850 men. Main battery - four 8-in. BLR turrets and fourteen 6 in. RF broadside guns. Secondary battery - eighteen 3-in. RF, twelve 3-lb. SA., two 1-lb. RF, two 3-in. F., six .30 cal. A. Also two 18-in. submerged torpedo tubes



Philadelphia U.S.N
Title:
Philadelphia U.S.N



US Armored Cruiser, "Pennsylvania"
Title:
US Armored Cruiser, "Pennsylvania"
unused

Description:
800 officers and men, length 502 feet, main battery 18 guns



U.S. Scout Cruiser Salem
Title:
U.S. Scout Cruiser Salem



US Cruiser Philadelphia
Title:
US Cruiser Philadelphia
unused

Description:
Length 327 ft. 6 in., breadth 48 ft. 7 1/2 in., draft 19 ft. 6 in., place launched Philadelphia, Pa



Protected Steel Cruiser San Francisco, 19,525 Knots
Title:
Protected Steel Cruiser San Francisco, 19,525 Knots
unused


U.S.S. St. Louis (Run no. 1, 22, 257 Knots)
Title:
U.S.S. St. Louis (Run no. 1, 22, 257 Knots)
unused



1312 - U. S. protected cruiser "San Francisco"
Title:
1312 - U. S. protected cruiser "San Francisco"
unused

Description:
400 officers and men. Length 325 feet. Main battery 18 guns


U.S. Armored Cruiser, "South Dakota"
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser, "South Dakota"
unused



U.S. Armored Cruiser South Dakota
Title:
U.S. Armored Cruiser South Dakota
unused

Description:
800 officers and men length 502 feet main battery 18 guns


USS South Dakota
Title:
USS South Dakota
unused

Description:
Speed 22.24 knots. Displacement 13,680 tons. Length 502 feet. Horsepower 28,543. Armament; 4-8 inch, 14-6 inch, under 4in.-22, 2-18 in. torpedo tubes. Complement: 41 officers, 837 men. Cost $4,377,000



U.S.S. Dakota
Title:
U.S.S. Dakota
unused

Description:
South Dakota Speed 22.24 Knots Displacement 13,680 Tons Lsength 502 Ft. Horsepower 28.543 Armament: 4-8 inch, 14-6 inch Under 4 in. 22. 2.18 in. Torpedo Tubes. Complement: 41 Officers. 837 Men. Cost $4,377.000


U.S.S. South Dakota
Title:
U.S.S. South Dakota




USS Tennessee on the Water
Title:
USS Tennessee on the Water
unused


1285 - U. S. armored cruiser "Tennessee."
Title:
1285 - U. S. armored cruiser "Tennessee."


Description:
750 officers and men. Length 502 feet. Main battery 20 guns



A Destroyer (U.S.S. Tucker)
Title:
A Destroyer (U.S.S. Tucker)
unused


Cruiser Washington / Admiral Evans
Title:
Cruiser Washington / Admiral Evans
unused



US Protected Cruiser "Tacoma"
Title:
US Protected Cruiser "Tacoma"
PM 1908 Apr-28

Description:
310 officers and men, length 292 ft. Main battery 10 guns


USS Virginia on the Water
Title:
USS Virginia on the Water
unused



U. S. S. Tennessee
Title:
U. S. S. Tennessee
unused


U.S. Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius
Title:
U.S. Dynamite Cruiser Vesuvius
unused



US Armored Cruiser Washington
Title:
US Armored Cruiser Washington
unused


1284 - U. S. armored cruiser "Washington"
Title:
1284 - U. S. armored cruiser "Washington"


Description:
800 officers and men. Length 502 feet. Main battery 20 guns



Cruiser Washington
Title:
Cruiser Washington
unused

Description:
Length, 502 feet. Speed, 22 knots


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



U.S. Battleship West Virginia at Brooklyn Navy Yard
Title:
U.S. Battleship West Virginia at Brooklyn Navy Yard
PM Jul-10


U.S. armored cruiser "West Virginia"
Title:
U.S. armored cruiser "West Virginia"
unused

Description:
1286 - U.S. armored cruiser "West Virginia." 800 officers and men. Length 502 feet. Main battery 18 guns



USS West Virginia on the Water
Title:
USS West Virginia on the Water
unused


Coaling a Warship at Sea
Title:
Coaling a Warship at Sea
unused



French Cruiser "Conde'
Title:
French Cruiser "Conde'
Real Photo unused


Sailor Offering Small Plate with Food to Officer



U.S.S. Missouri


Playing a Concert on USS Pittsburgh
Title:
Playing a Concert on USS Pittsburgh
Villefranche-sur-Mer, Real Photo unused



USS Orion and Pittsburg at Cardiff
Title:
USS Orion and Pittsburg at Cardiff
Cardiff, Real Photo unused


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



USS Pittsburgh Passing Through the North Sea Canal Drawbridge
Title:
USS Pittsburgh Passing Through the North Sea Canal Drawbridge
Real Photo unused


USS Fanning Alongside Dixie
Title:
USS Fanning Alongside Dixie
Real Photo unused



Perry's Flagship "Niagara" 1813-1913
Title:
Perry's Flagship "Niagara" 1813-1913
unused


US Battleship "Louisiana"
Title:
US Battleship "Louisiana"
unused

Description:
881 officers and men. Length 450 feet. Main battery 24 guns



Leiut. Robert E. Peary, Arctic Explorer and the Steamer Roosevelt
Title:
Leiut. Robert E. Peary, Arctic Explorer and the Steamer Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Used by him in his last dash to the North Pole, which he discovered on April 6, 1909


The Flight of the Frigate Constitution (Old Ironside)
Title:
The Flight of the Frigate Constitution (Old Ironside)
PM 1909 Nov-1

Description:
Built in Boston 1797. The Frigate under command of Capt. Isaac Hull had just returned from foreign service when the war of 1812-15 was declared. She was pursued by the Shanon Captain Broke, The Guerriere, Captain Dacres, and three more English vessels, when one of the most remarkable naval retreats ever recorded occured. "Neath Hull's command, with a taught bann, And naught beside to back her, Upon a day, as log-books say, A fleet bore down to thwack her. A fleet, you know, is odds or so, Against a single ship, sirs, So 'cross the tide her legs she tried, And gave the rogues the slip, sirs."



6379 - U.S.S. Vermont
Title:
6379 - U.S.S. Vermont
PM 1912 Jul-3

Description:
Length 450 ft., breadth 76 ft. 10 in., draft 24 ft. 6 in., place launched Quincy, Mass


Reina Mercedes
Title:
Reina Mercedes
PM 1915 Apr-19

Description:
Reina Mercedes, Spanish Warship, now used as a Training Ship, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md



U.S. Training Ship Enterprise, Boston, Mass
Title:
U.S. Training Ship Enterprise, Boston, Mass
unused


U. S. S. "Rena Mercedes", Naval Training Ship, Newport, R. I
Title:
U. S. S. "Rena Mercedes", Naval Training Ship, Newport, R. I
unused



USS Minnesota
Title:
USS Minnesota
PM 1917 May-1

Description:
Speed 16.00 knots. Displacement 16,000 tons. Length 450 feet. Horsepower 20,000. Armament: 4-12 in., 6-6 in. Under 4 in.-22, 4-21 in. torpedo tubes. Complement: 40 officers, 750 men. Cost $4,110,000


8603 - Quarter deck U.S.S. New Jersey
Title:
8603 - Quarter deck U.S.S. New Jersey
unused



One of the Big Guns
Title:
One of the Big Guns
PM 1909 Dec-5


U.S.S. Missouri Showing 13 inch Guns
Title:
U.S.S. Missouri Showing 13 inch Guns
unused



Entire Dreadnought Crew
Title:
Entire Dreadnought Crew
unused

Description:
Full crew of a U.S. dreadnaught clustered around 12 in. gun turrets, bridge and forward military mast. Almost 1100 men are on this ship


Battleship Missouri, In the Cook's Galley
Title:
Battleship Missouri, In the Cook's Galley
unused



U.S. Battleship Kearsage, The Ship's Tailor
Title:
U.S. Battleship Kearsage, The Ship's Tailor
unused


In Dry Dock, Writing Letters Home
Title:
In Dry Dock, Writing Letters Home
PM 1909 Apr-10



Armored Cruiser Brooklyn, The Mascot of the Connecticut
Title:
Armored Cruiser Brooklyn, The Mascot of the Connecticut
unused


Commanders of the North Atlantic Squadron, Making Official Call on Board the President's Yacht
Title:
Commanders of the North Atlantic Squadron, Making Official Call on Board the President's Yacht
unused

Description:
The Mayflower



President's Yacht Mayflower in Cape Cod Coast
Title:
President's Yacht Mayflower in Cape Cod Coast
unused


Arrival of Rex - Mardi Gras, New Orleans, La
Title:
Arrival of Rex - Mardi Gras, New Orleans, La
unused



Battleships, Cruisers, Monitors, Training Ships, Gun Boats and Torpedo Boats
Title:
Battleships, Cruisers, Monitors, Training Ships, Gun Boats and Torpedo Boats


Description:
Pick out your ship - here it is


Monitor "Florida", Broadside
Title:
Monitor "Florida", Broadside
unused



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


U. S. S. Hartford in Boston Harbor
Title:
U. S. S. Hartford in Boston Harbor
PM 1908 Apr-13



U.S.S. Wolverine, Erie, Pa
Title:
U.S.S. Wolverine, Erie, Pa
PM 1911 Aug-26


US Submarines Awaiting Orders
Title:
US Submarines Awaiting Orders
unused

Description:
The first really successful submarine was built by an American, and today the best submarines in the world are built right here in our own country. These modern undersea craft are about 200 feet in length, have a beam of 18 1/2 feet and a displacement of 700 tons. There is a periscope at either end, and a conning tower in the middle. Below is the engine room with all the electrical contrivances necessary for the successful operation of the boat and the safety of the crew. Just ahead of the engine room are quarters for the men, and after that a cabin for the two officers. After that comes the torpedo room containing eight of these deadly messengers - four reserves in the racks, and four in the tubes, ready to be released for their fatal work merely by the pressure of a button



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