Photo #: 19-N-60-10-17
Destroyers at the Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, Autumn 1907
The destroyers in the foreground basin (from left to right):
USS Hull (Destroyer # 7);
USS Lawrence (Destroyer # 8);
USS Hopkins (Destroyer # 6);
USS Whipple (Destroyer # 15) and
USS Truxtun (Destroyer # 14).
USS Stewart (Destroyer # 13) is at the end of the dock, at right, and USS Talbot (Torpedo Boat # 15) is hauled out on the marine railway at left.
On the opposite side of the river are several torpedo boats of the Reserve Torpedo Flotilla and their barracks ship, the old cruiser Atlanta.
Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
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10 December 2002