-Onboard ship activities and views consist of sailors scrubbing the deck, ship’s band, loading stores, shoveling off snow, semaphore, as well as general images of the ship. Also seen below deck are activities related to mines such as loading and storage.
- Crew photographs include groupings of the officers as well as the enlisted both aboard ship and on shore. Specific groups include the “gun crew” and “signals boys”. Also identified are ship’s Captain John W. Greenslade and LTC Walter F. Jacobs.
- Views related to shore stations or liberty include locations in France (including ruins and “no man’s land”), postcards from Scotland, and groups of sailors together in unknown locations.
-Much of the various images related to ships at sea are unidentified, but also include several German (cruisers such as Hindenburg and battleship SMS Kaiser, and other unknown destroyers and battleships) and British vessels. USS Delaware (BB-28) at sea is seen in one image. Several views include the laying of smoke screens as well as German submarines being depth charged.