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The U.S.S. Kennedy

Circa U. Kentucky -- quarter deck and after gun turrets. inch glass negative by Edward Hart, Detroit Publishing Company.

Vintage photographs of battleships, battlecruisers and cruisers.: Laundry day on predreadnought battleship USS Alabama, circa 1900.

Vintage photographs of battleships, battlecruisers and cruisers.: Laundry day on predreadnought battleship USS Alabama, circa

U.S.S. New Orleans, looking forward from quarter-deck (circa 1900-01) - Detroit Publishing 4" x 6" Photo Card

U.S.S. New Orleans, looking forward from quarter-deck (circa 1900-01) - Detroit Publishing 4" x 6" Photo Card

New Orleans, looking forward from quarter-deck (circa - Detroit Publishing x Photo Card

USS New York (BB-34) - Front Conning Tower (including superstructure and spotting top).

USS New York - Front Conning Tower (including superstructure and spotting top).

USS Florida (BB-30) The Florida class (of only two) were the first US battleship class in which all ships received steam turbine engines. [2150x1696]

USS Florida (BB-30) The Florida class (of only two) were the first US battleship class in which all ships received steam turbine engines. [2150x1696]

Post with 8395 views. USS Florida The Florida class (of only two) were the first US battleship class in which all ships received steam turbine engines.

USS Arizona & her big guns

USS Arizona - Life and Death of The Ill Fated Battleship (Pictures) - Page 2 of 3

USS Oklahoma (BB-37), the only ship of the United States Navy to ever be named for the 46th state , was a World War I -era battleship. USS Oklahoma (BB 37) 2 May 1916 / 1 Sep 1944 Oklahoma was sunk at Pearl Harbor on 7 Dec 1941. Raised, she entered drydock 28 Dec 1943. Stripped of guns and superstructure, she was sold 5 Dec 1946 to Moore Drydock Co., but sank 17 May 1947 540 miles from Pearl on her way to San Francisco. -

USS Oklahoma the only ship of the United States Navy to ever be named for the state , was a World War I -era battleship.

A bow view of the pride of the U.S. Navy's great white fleet. Done as an illustration for advertising a company based in Pittsburgh.

Olympia Steel - Pittsburgh - Rear Admiral Dewey's flagship "Olympia"

A bow view of the pride of the U.S. Navy's great white fleet. Done as an illustration for advertising a company based in Pittsburgh.

On the deck of the French armoured cruiser Amiral Aube in 1902.

Deck Scene From Ship Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo Deck Scene From Ship Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo. Reproduced photo is in mint condition.

U.S.S. Missouri on patrol in the Pacific, 1903.

U.S.S. Missouri on patrol in the Pacific, 1903.

USS Indiana off Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 8 September 1942.

Stern view of 16 in South Dakota class battleship USS Indiana shortly after commissioning, May

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