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Atlanta christened by author Margaret Mitchell during her launching ceremony, Kearny, NJ, 6 Sep 1941Atlanta slid down the building ways at her launching ceremony, Kearny, NJ, 6 Sep 1941
Atlanta christened by author Margaret Mitchell during her launching ceremony, Kearny, NJ, 6 Sep 1941Atlanta slid down the building ways at her launching ceremony, Kearny, NJ, 6 Sep 1941
OS2U Kingfisher aircraft placed on catapult aboard battleship Arizona, near US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Sep 1941; note recovery hook on underside of main pontoonOS2U Kingfisher aircraft recovered alongside battleship Arizona, near US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Sep 1941, photo 1 of 2; note flag just forward of main pontoon
OS2U Kingfisher aircraft placed on catapult aboard battleship Arizona, near US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Sep 1941; note recovery hook on underside of main pontoonOS2U Kingfisher aircraft recovered alongside battleship Arizona, near US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Sep 1941, photo 1 of 2; note flag just forward of main pontoon
OS2U Kingfisher aircraft recovered alongside battleship Arizona, near US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Sep 1941, photo 2 of 2; observer dismounting onto wing to attach hoisting cableSan Juan christened by Mrs. Margarita Coll de Santori, during launching ceremonies at the Bethlehem Steel Company
OS2U Kingfisher aircraft recovered alongside battleship Arizona, near US Territory of Hawaii, 6 Sep 1941, photo 2 of 2; observer dismounting onto wing to attach hoisting cableSan Juan christened by Mrs. Margarita Coll de Santori, during launching ceremonies at the Bethlehem Steel Company's Fore River Shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States, 6 Sep 1941


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