Return to Naval Historical
Center home page. Return to Online
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY -- NAVAL HISTORICAL CENTER
805 KIDDER BREESE SE -- WASHINGTON NAVY YARD
WASHINGTON DC 20374-5060
Online Library of Selected Images
-- ART TOPICS -- PHOTOGRAPHERS
Peck, who was probably a U.S. Navy Sailor, took a number of
photographs of Navy scenes during the 1920s. He may be the same
person as Chief Signalman
Peck, who was active at the same time.
This page provides links to photographs taken by Peck.
The following photographs were taken by Peck:
- Photo # NH 82525, Photo # NH 82526, Photo # NH 82527, Photo # NH 82528, Photo # NH 82529 and Photo # NH 82530:
Scenes on board USS Henderson (AP-1)
as she prepared to leave the Norfolk Navy Yard to take Secretary of the Navy Edwin Denby and the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1881 on a trip to Japan, 20 May 1922.
- Photo # NH 70944:
USS Beaver (AS-5)
at Pearl Harbor with submarines alongside, 1925.
- Photo # NH 71012:
(AS-8) at Portland, Oregon, with submarines alongside, during
Photo # NH 41862:
USS Holland (AS-3) preparing to hoist USS S-4 (SS-109) by the bow so repairs can be made, during the 1920s. Photo credited to Chief Quartermaster Peck.
to Naval Historical Center home
Page made 21 March 2004
New images added 12 October 2005