S-530 Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Collection
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S-530-A: one photograph of the port side of USS Oregon (BB-3) at Guam, November 28, 1947.
S-530-B: seven photographs of USS Hartford (IX-13) at Norfolk Navy Yard, VA in 1950. Three images show the exterior of the ship from bow and stern angles, including bow and stern decoration. YSD-7 is visible in one bow view. The other four images show interior conditions (generally dirty and worn). Items seen include: anchor chain, capstan pump, black powder magazine warning, fife rail, bell and berth (with drawers below) in an officer’s cabin.
S-530-C: 91 photographs of USS Olympia (C-6) taken in 1947, showing her extremely deteriorated condition. The images consist of general onboard views of the following rooms: officer’s cabins, washrooms, wardroom, sickbay, bakery and galley, engine room, workshops, conning tower, passageways, laundry, storage rooms, etc.
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