19 small prints of various USN Battleships, c. 1920’s, including: 1 of USS ARIZONA (BB-39); 2 of USS CALIFORNIA (BB-44); 1 of USS COLORADO (BB-45); 1 of USS IDAHO (BB-42); 3 of USS MARYLAND (BB-46); 2 of USS MISSISSIPPI (BB-41); 2 of USS NEW MEXICO (BB-40); 1 of USS NEW YORK (BB-34); 1 of USS PENNSYLVANIA ( BB-38); 2 of USS TENNESSEE (BB-43); 1 of USS TEXAS (BB-35); 2 of USS WEST VIRGINIA (BB-48).
16 small prints of various USN ships, from carriers to submarines. 1 print (of USS DECATUR (DD-341) has been removed and replaced by a printout from NHC’s online library.
Submarines include: USS V-1 [2 prints], USS V-2 [1 print], AND USS V-3 [1 print]
Ship prints include: 3 of USS LANGLEY (CV-1); 2 of USS LEXINGTON (CV-2); 1 of USS LITCHFIELD (DD-336); 1 of USS OMAHA (CL-4); 1 of USS PREBLE (DD-345); 1 of USS PRUITT (DD-34); 2 of USS SARATOGA (CV-3); 1 of USS SICARD (DD-346).
9 images either of USS RELIEF (AH-1) or taken from the ship in Panamanian waters, c. 1920’s.
28 images of Panama/the Panama Canal. Image subjects include: 3 of native San Blas Indians; 1 of the statue of Balboa at Balboa, C.Z.; 2 of the Fleet Liberty landing; 1 of sailors beginning liberty at the landing; 1 of the Canal Zone Penitentiary; 1 of the Administration building; 1 of the Captain of the Port office; 1 of a statue of Simon Bolivar in Panama City; 2 of the electric mules alongside the Canal; 15 of the Canal itself.
NHF-003-E: 1 small image of USS SHENANDOAH (ZR-1), two images, of the USS SHENANDOAH (ZR-1) moored to the USS PATOKA (AO-9) have been removed and replaced by the printouts of their NHC online library pages.
18 images, c. 1930s. Subjects vary widely and include: Anyox, British Columbia; Totem poles at Alert Bay, British Columbia; Hospital and Marine barracks at Puget Sound Navy Yard; Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, New York; San Pedro-Los Angeles Harbor Light House; Breakwater at San Pedro; 2 small images of downtown San Diego; US Naval Hospital, San Diego; Byrd’s Antarctic ships ELEANOR BOLLING and CITY OF NEW YORK at Colon, Canal Zone; sailing ship on the “Spanish Main”; Fleet landing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; 6 postcard images of Cuban historic and urban settings.
2 images of President Calvin Coolidge’s review of the US Pacific Fleet from afar, c. mid-1920’s.
9 small, generally low-quality images of US cruisers, mostly taken at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, c. 1929-1932. Ship types are mainly OMAHA-class (CL-4/12). One image is of a PENSACOLA-class carrier (CA-24/25).
12 generally low-quality prints of USN aircraft carriers and battleships. Most are unidentified. Identifiable ships include: USS LANGLEY (CV-1); USS LEXINGTON (CV-2); USS NEW MEXICO (BB-40); USS SARATOGA (CV-3); USS TENNESSEE (BB-43). There is also an image of San Diego included.
22 images of the following places, c. 1930: Panama Canal Zone; Naval Hospital, Mare Island, California; Newport, Rhode Island (Naval War College & Naval Hospital); Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Washington [panoramas].
12 images of miscellaneous auxiliaries, c. 1920’s. Mostly unidentified as to ship, etc. One interesting image from this group shows a navy seaplane on fire and many small boats trying to put out the blaze. Identified ship is: USS WRIGHT (AV-1).