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2nd Lieutenant Henry Arnold at the controls of a Wright Type B aircraft, Wright Flying School, Fairborn near Dayton, Ohio, United States, 1911Marinship yard under construction three months after its contract was awarded to Bechtel Corp., 28 Jun 1942, Sausalito, California, United States. The first keel had been laid one day earlier.
2nd Lieutenant Henry Arnold at the controls of a Wright Type B aircraft, Wright Flying School, Fairborn near Dayton, Ohio, United States, 1911Marinship yard under construction three months after its contract was awarded to Bechtel Corp., 28 Jun 1942, Sausalito, California, United States. The first keel had been laid one day earlier.
Puget Sound’s Sinclair Inlet before development, 1892 at what is now Bremerton, Washington, United States.Schooners bringing Alaskan cod anchored off the fish cannery in Tiburon, California, United States, 1890s. The cannery location would later become the Tiburon Navy Net Depot.
Puget Sound’s Sinclair Inlet before development, 1892 at what is now Bremerton, Washington, United States.Schooners bringing Alaskan cod anchored off the fish cannery in Tiburon, California, United States, 1890s. The cannery location would later become the Tiburon Navy Net Depot.
USS Oregon in drydock at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, Sep 1898USS Oregon in drydock at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, Sep 1898
USS Oregon in drydock at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, Sep 1898USS Oregon in drydock at New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, Sep 1898
Fitting-out basin, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 1 Mar 1901Machine shop, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 2 Feb 1905
Fitting-out basin, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 1 Mar 1901Machine shop, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 2 Feb 1905
USS Idaho fitting out at William Cramp and Sons yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, circa 1906Maxim Gorky and Mark Twain at a dinner at Club A House, New York, New York, United States, 12 Apr 1906; note Zinovy Peshkov seated next to Gorky
USS Idaho fitting out at William Cramp and Sons yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, circa 1906Maxim Gorky and Mark Twain at a dinner at Club A House, New York, New York, United States, 12 Apr 1906; note Zinovy Peshkov seated next to Gorky
American battleship Mississippi, the former incarnation of Greek battleship Kilkis, fitting out at William Cramp and Sons shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907USS Mississippi (foreground) and USS Idaho (background) fitting out at William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907-1908
American battleship Mississippi, the former incarnation of Greek battleship Kilkis, fitting out at William Cramp and Sons shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907USS Mississippi (foreground) and USS Idaho (background) fitting out at William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907-1908
United States Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California, 30 Apr 1908. Note that the Navy caption refers to the area as California City, a briefly used name for the neighborhood.USS Idaho in the Hudson River off Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States, 1909
United States Navy coaling station, Tiburon, California, 30 Apr 1908. Note that the Navy caption refers to the area as California City, a briefly used name for the neighborhood.USS Idaho in the Hudson River off Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States, 1909
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, United States with dry dock number two under construction, circa 1911.USS Idaho dressed with flags during the Naval Review off New York, New York, United States, Oct 1912
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, United States with dry dock number two under construction, circa 1911.USS Idaho dressed with flags during the Naval Review off New York, New York, United States, Oct 1912
The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine.  Photo 1 of 2.The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine.  Photo 2 of 2.
The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine. Photo 1 of 2.The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine. Photo 2 of 2.
Battleship USS Oregon in drydock at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 2 Mar 1913. Photo 1 of 2.Battleship USS Oregon in drydock at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 2 Mar 1913. Photo 2 of 2.
Battleship USS Oregon in drydock at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 2 Mar 1913. Photo 1 of 2.Battleship USS Oregon in drydock at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 2 Mar 1913. Photo 2 of 2.

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