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Online Library of Selected Images
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Paul Thompson worked in the New York City area during the World
War I era.
This page provides links to photographs taken by Paul Thompson.
The following photographs were taken by Paul Thompson:
- Photo # NH 95862:
Motor boat Atlantis
passing USS Maine
(Battleship # 10), prior to World War I.
- Photo # NH 103199:
Superstructure of USS Leviathan
(ID # 1326), 1919.
- Photo # NH 103200:
USS Leviathan's Promenade Deck, 1919.
- Photo # NH 103201:
Troop berthing compartment on USS Leviathan, 1919.
- Photo # NH 103202:
USS Leviathan's richly decorated officers' dining room,
- Photo # NH 103203:
Galley scene on USS Leviathan, 1919.
- Photo # NH 103204:
USS Leviathan's main propulsion steam turbine operating
- Photo # NH 103205:
Cleaning coal cinders in one of USS Leviathan's boiler
- Photo # NH 103206:
Sailors and troops waiting to go ashore from USS Leviathan,
at Hoboken, New Jersey, 1919.
- Photo # NH 104091:
Statue of Liberty seen from USS Troy (ID # 1614) as she arrives in New York Harbor at the end of a voyage from Europe, 1919.
- Photo # NH 104093:
Manhattan Skyline, New York City, 1919. Presumably taken from on board USS Troy.
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