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Aerial photo looking straight down on the seaplane hangars and ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec 26, 1918.Aerial photo of the seaplane hangars and seaplane ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early 1919.
Aerial photo looking straight down on the seaplane hangars and ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec 26, 1918.Aerial photo of the seaplane hangars and seaplane ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early 1919.
View of Pearl Harbor coaling station from the top of Radio Tower No. 1, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Aug 1919.Water flows into Pearl Harbor Drydock No. 1 for the first time on 21 Aug 1919, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The dock was flooded with the push of a button from Mrs. Josephus Daniels, wife of the Secretary of The Navy.
View of Pearl Harbor coaling station from the top of Radio Tower No. 1, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Aug 1919.Water flows into Pearl Harbor Drydock No. 1 for the first time on 21 Aug 1919, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The dock was flooded with the push of a button from Mrs. Josephus Daniels, wife of the Secretary of The Navy.
Aerial photo of the seaplane hangars and ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early 1920s.  Note the empty island center and opposite shore.Entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii looking north.  Bishop Point in the Main Channel is at the bottom, with the Coal Docks at the base of the left radio tower, and the shipyard at right, 1919-1921
Aerial photo of the seaplane hangars and ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early 1920s. Note the empty island center and opposite shore.Entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii looking north. Bishop Point in the Main Channel is at the bottom, with the Coal Docks at the base of the left radio tower, and the shipyard at right, 1919-1921
US Submarine R-18 rounding Hospital Point and entering Pearl Harbor’s Main Channel, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1920s. Note Ford Island seaplane hangars on the right.USS R-5 in Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1920s; note minelayer USS Baltimore and minesweeper USS Sanderling in background
US Submarine R-18 rounding Hospital Point and entering Pearl Harbor’s Main Channel, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1920s. Note Ford Island seaplane hangars on the right.USS R-5 in Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1920s; note minelayer USS Baltimore and minesweeper USS Sanderling in background
Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii looking East.  The Army’s Luke Field facilities are at left and the Navy’s Air Station at right, Mar 25, 1925.Aircraft carrier USS Langley (Langley-class) alongside Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, 4 May 1925.
Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii looking East. The Army’s Luke Field facilities are at left and the Navy’s Air Station at right, Mar 25, 1925.Aircraft carrier USS Langley (Langley-class) alongside Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, 4 May 1925.
R and S class submarines at the finger piers on Merry Point at the Pearl Harbor submarine base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Nov 1925. The ex-USS Chicago, converted to a barracks ship, is at right.USS R-1 at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1923-1930, photo 1 of 2
R and S class submarines at the finger piers on Merry Point at the Pearl Harbor submarine base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Nov 1925. The ex-USS Chicago, converted to a barracks ship, is at right.USS R-1 at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1923-1930, photo 1 of 2
USS R-1 at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1923-1930, photo 2 of 220 R-class submarines of US Navy Submarine Divisions 9 and 14 at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 12 Dec 1930. Note the repair piers and floating crane YD-25 in the distance.
USS R-1 at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1923-1930, photo 2 of 220 R-class submarines of US Navy Submarine Divisions 9 and 14 at Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 12 Dec 1930. Note the repair piers and floating crane YD-25 in the distance.
Overhead view of the Finger Piers at the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1932. Note the Fleet Headquarters building, the submarine escape training tower, and the barracks ship, the ex-USS ChicagoPearl Harbor, Ford Island, and warships in the harbor as seen from the Aiea Heights in 1932, Oahu, Hawaii. Note the Aiea Sugar Mill on the left.
Overhead view of the Finger Piers at the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1932. Note the Fleet Headquarters building, the submarine escape training tower, and the barracks ship, the ex-USS ChicagoPearl Harbor, Ford Island, and warships in the harbor as seen from the Aiea Heights in 1932, Oahu, Hawaii. Note the Aiea Sugar Mill on the left.
USS S-31 entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, circa 1932USS S-35 entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, probably May 1932
USS S-31 entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, circa 1932USS S-35 entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, probably May 1932
Aerial view of Fort Kamehameha at the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, 2 Nov 1932.Louisville, Salt Lake City, Northampton, and Chicago turning in formation with three other Scouting Force heavy cruisers to create a slick for landing seaplanes, off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 31 Jan 1933
Aerial view of Fort Kamehameha at the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, 2 Nov 1932.Louisville, Salt Lake City, Northampton, and Chicago turning in formation with three other Scouting Force heavy cruisers to create a slick for landing seaplanes, off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 31 Jan 1933

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