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US Navy collier USS Jupiter at Mare Island, California, United States, 16 Oct 1913. In 1922 Jupiter was modified to become the United States’ first aircraft carrier and was renamed USS LangleyBattleship USS Oregon in drydock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, Sep 1917.
US Navy collier USS Jupiter at Mare Island, California, United States, 16 Oct 1913. In 1922 Jupiter was modified to become the United States’ first aircraft carrier and was renamed USS LangleyBattleship USS Oregon in drydock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, Sep 1917.
Officers and men of USS New Mexico, Long Beach, California, United States, circa 1919USS New Mexico at San Francisco Bay, California, United States, circa 1919
Officers and men of USS New Mexico, Long Beach, California, United States, circa 1919USS New Mexico at San Francisco Bay, California, United States, circa 1919
USS New Mexico entering the Golden Gate strait, California, United States, mid-1919Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919
USS New Mexico entering the Golden Gate strait, California, United States, mid-1919Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919
Close-up of S-46R-3, R-2, R-1, and five other R-class submarines in dry dock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1920s
Close-up of S-46's conning tower, Mare Island Navy Yard, circa 1920sR-3, R-2, R-1, and five other R-class submarines in dry dock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1920s
Submarines R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, R-5, R-7, R-8, and R-10 in Dry Dock #2 of Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 8 May to 10 Jun 1922USS New Mexico at a port in California, United States, 1920s
Submarines R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, R-5, R-7, R-8, and R-10 in Dry Dock #2 of Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, 8 May to 10 Jun 1922USS New Mexico at a port in California, United States, 1920s
USS New Mexico an anchor, California, United States, 1922-1924S-26 at San Diego, California, United States, 1927-1930; background probably minesweeper Tern (AM-31)
USS New Mexico an anchor, California, United States, 1922-1924S-26 at San Diego, California, United States, 1927-1930; background probably minesweeper Tern (AM-31)
USS Holland with submarines V-3, V-2, S-45, S-43, S-44, and S-42, San Diego, California, United States, circa 1930USS Oklahoma passing Alcatraz island, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 1930s
USS Holland with submarines V-3, V-2, S-45, S-43, S-44, and S-42, San Diego, California, United States, circa 1930USS Oklahoma passing Alcatraz island, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 1930s
USS S-44 (background) and USS S-42 (foreground) underway, San Diego, California, United States, 1920s or 1930sChicago being prepared for launching, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 8 Apr 1930
USS S-44 (background) and USS S-42 (foreground) underway, San Diego, California, United States, 1920s or 1930sChicago being prepared for launching, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 8 Apr 1930
USS Marblehead in harbor, possibly at San Diego, California, United States, early 1930sChicago at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, Apr 1931
USS Marblehead in harbor, possibly at San Diego, California, United States, early 1930sChicago at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, Apr 1931
German aviator Ernst Udet and British actress Lilian Harvey at an air show, Los Angeles, California, United States, 1933USS West Virginia entering San Francisco Bay during the 1930s
German aviator Ernst Udet and British actress Lilian Harvey at an air show, Los Angeles, California, United States, 1933USS West Virginia entering San Francisco Bay during the 1930s

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