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Indianapolis underway, circa 1930sIndianapolis sailing at high speed during her trials, 1932
Indianapolis underway, circa 1930sIndianapolis sailing at high speed during her trials, 1932
Indianapolis underway, circa 1930sIndianapolis leaving the upper chamber of the Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal, 4 Mar 1933
Indianapolis underway, circa 1930sIndianapolis leaving the upper chamber of the Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal, 4 Mar 1933
Aircraft flew over Indianapolis during fleet review off New York City, 31 May 1934Coast Guard Cutter Mojave saluted President Franklin Roosevelt aboard cruiser Indianapolis, New York Harbor, 31 May 1934
Aircraft flew over Indianapolis during fleet review off New York City, 31 May 1934Coast Guard Cutter Mojave saluted President Franklin Roosevelt aboard cruiser Indianapolis, New York Harbor, 31 May 1934
Indianapolis hosted Franklin Roosevelt during the 31 May 1934 fleet review off New York CityIndianapolis in New York Harbor with President Roosevelt onboard, 31 May 1934
Indianapolis hosted Franklin Roosevelt during the 31 May 1934 fleet review off New York CityIndianapolis in New York Harbor with President Roosevelt onboard, 31 May 1934
Indianapolis overlooked destroyer Sturtevant, off New York City, 31 May 1934; note the Curtiss O2U scout floatplane aboard IndianapolisPresident Franklin Roosevelt (center) under USS Indianapolisí 8-inch guns during the Navy Review, 31 May 1934, New York City, New York, United States. The presidentís wife, Eleanor, is at left and mother, Sara, at right.
Indianapolis overlooked destroyer Sturtevant, off New York City, 31 May 1934; note the Curtiss O2U scout floatplane aboard IndianapolisPresident Franklin Roosevelt (center) under USS Indianapolisí 8-inch guns during the Navy Review, 31 May 1934, New York City, New York, United States. The presidentís wife, Eleanor, is at left and mother, Sara, at right.
Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson, President Franklin Roosevelt, and Ambassador Josephus Daniels aboard Indianapolis, 31 May 1934Crewmen of Indianapolis holding her life ring, circa 1935
Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson, President Franklin Roosevelt, and Ambassador Josephus Daniels aboard Indianapolis, 31 May 1934Crewmen of Indianapolis holding her life ring, circa 1935
Indianapolis off San Pedro, California, United States, Terminal Island and Long Beach in background, 22 Apr 1935Captain Henry Kent Hewitt inspects Indianapolis
Indianapolis off San Pedro, California, United States, Terminal Island and Long Beach in background, 22 Apr 1935Captain Henry Kent Hewitt inspects Indianapolis' Marine detachment, 16 Mar 1936
Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936Indianapolis leaving Charleston, South Carolina with President Roosevelt for the
Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936Indianapolis leaving Charleston, South Carolina with President Roosevelt for the 'Good Neighbor' cruise to South America, 18 Nov 1936
Roosevelt waved farewell aboard Indianapolis, Charleston, South Carolina, 18 Nov 1936Indianapolis
Roosevelt waved farewell aboard Indianapolis, Charleston, South Carolina, 18 Nov 1936Indianapolis' pilot house during Roosevelt's cruise to South America, Nov 1936
James Roosevelt punished by Shellbacks, Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936Roosevelt pleaded his case, Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936
James Roosevelt punished by Shellbacks, Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936Roosevelt pleaded his case, Equator crossing ceremony aboard Indianapolis, Nov 1936

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