Naval History and Heritage Command

Naval History and Heritage Command

Memorabilia

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Embroidered tapestry commemorating the cruise.

NH 75892. Embroidered tapestry commemorating the cruise. Courtesy of Mrs. Winnie Stanfill; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command photograph. Download image.

Postcard published by H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tennessee, depicting Sailors landing at San Diego, California, 14 April 1908.

NH 106169-KN. Postcard published by H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tennessee, depicting Sailors landing at San Diego, California, 14 April 1908. Donation of Mrs. Ruth Mayfield; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Postcard published by H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tennessee, depicting fleet's Sailors parading in Honolulu, Hawaii, circa 17 July 1908.

NH 106173-KN. Postcard published by H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tennessee, depicting fleet's Sailors parading in Honolulu, Hawaii, circa 17 July 1908. Donation of Mrs. Ruth Mayfield; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Cover of official program booklet for U.S. Atlantic Fleet's visit to Auckland, New Zealand, 9-15 August 1908.

NH 81437. Cover of official program booklet for U.S. Atlantic Fleet's visit to Auckland, New Zealand, 9-15 August 1908. Courtesy of Mrs. Worth Sprunt; from the collection of Rear Admiral B.F. Hutchison, USN; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command photograph. Download image.

Invitation from the government of New South Wales to officers of Wisconsin to attend a state banquet.

NH 81441. Invitation from the government of New South Wales to officers of Wisconsin to attend a state banquet. Courtesy of Mrs. Worth Sprunt; from the collection of Rear Admiral B.F. Hutchison, USN; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command photograph. Download image.

Postcard in the Empire series commemorating fleet's visit to Australia in August 1908.

NH 106101-KN. Postcard in the Empire series commemorating fleet's visit to Australia in August 1908. (NH 106101-A-KN shows reverse side of postcard.) Collection of Chief Quartermaster John Harold; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Postcard welcoming fleet to Australia, 1908. Design features United States and Australian flags and the seals of both nations.

NH 106175-KN. Postcard welcoming fleet to Australia, 1908. Design features United States and Australian flags and the seals of both nations. Donation of Mrs. Ruth Mayfield; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Postcard published in Japan commemorating fleet's visit there in October 1908. Depicts pictures of the fleet's battleships, images of 3 Japanese ladies, plus flags and symbols of United States and Japan.

NH 106114-KN. Postcard published in Japan commemorating fleet's visit there in October 1908. Depicts pictures of the fleet's battleships, images of 3 Japanese ladies, plus flags and symbols of United States and Japan. (NH 106114-A-KN shows reverse side of postcard.) Collection of Chief Quartermaster John Harold; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Postcard published in Japan commemorating fleet's visit there in October 1908. Features view of fleet steaming in column plus images of Japanese lady using small binoculars and of 3 U.S. Navy officers.

NH 106120-KN. Postcard published in Japan commemorating fleet's visit there in October 1908. Features view of fleet steaming in column plus images of Japanese lady using small binoculars and of 3 U.S. Navy officers. (Reverse of card essentially identical to NH 106114-A-KN.) Collection of Chief Quartermaster John Harold; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Postcard published by Mitsukoshi Gofukuten department store, Tokyo, at time of fleet's visit to Japan, October 1908.

NH 106188-KN. Postcard published by Mitsukoshi Gofukuten department store, Tokyo, at time of fleet's visit to Japan, October 1908. Courtesy of Mrs. Ruth Mayfield; U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command. Download image.

Published:Tue Nov 28 08:20:21 EST 2017