USS PORTSMOUTH (1843-1915) (Photo: L.V. NEWELL & CO., Portsmouth, NH); USS PENSACOLA (1859-1911) appearance in Nov., 1861 off ALEXANDRIA receiving President Lincoln. USS MINNESOTA (1857-1911) (Possible donor: Frederick I.A. DAUGHERTY, USN, 1951); USS MACEDONIAN (1836-1875) at FORT ADAMS, Newport, VA when it served as training ship for Naval Academy); USS TENNESSEE (ScSlp) (Photo: L.V. NEWELL &CO., Portsmouth, NH), NH-59460; USS ALERT (1875-1922) BOSTON Navy Yard, August 22 1875; USS HARTFORD (1859-1956), 1873, (Photo: J. CONROY, VALLETTA- Malta); USS OMAHA (1872-1914) (L.V. NEWELL & CO., PORTSMOUTH, N.H.). (Note: this photo has been removed and replaced by a printout of its NHHC website page, and that of its reverse.) USS IROQUOIS (1859-1910) VALLEJO, CA; USS CONSTELLATION (1855-1955) June, 1873; USS SARATOGA (1842-1907) [2 photos] (1) under full sail near PLYMOUTH, England, Summer 1897; (2) anchored off NETLEY CASTLE below SOUTHAMPTON, England, July, 1899. Photographs taken while ship was serving as state marine school ship from PHILADELPHIA, PA; USS THETIS (1884) in dry dock, shows condition of line Oct 1887 MARE ISLAND Navy Yard; at sea; & airing bedding, 1888; Photo of the painting of the capture of the “BARRIER FORTS” on the PEARL RIVER below CANTON, China by USS PORTSMOUTH (1843-1915) and USS LEVANT (1938-1860) in Nov. 1856. Donor: Major Harold COLVOCORESSES, USMC, Nov 9, 1937; USS VANDALIA, Pacific Station Flagship, c. 1886-1887; 3 Photos of unidentified ships
OVERSIZE PRINT: USS VERMONT (1818-1902) and USS COLORADO (1858-1885) at the NEW YORK Navy Yard, 1876.