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US submarines C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, and C-5 in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, circa 1914Panama Canal Zone Administration Building, Balboa, Panama, 1917
US submarines C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, and C-5 in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, circa 1914Panama Canal Zone Administration Building, Balboa, Panama, 1917
Battleship USS New Mexico at the Culebra Cut while transiting the Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919.USS New Mexico in the middle west chamber of Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919
Battleship USS New Mexico at the Culebra Cut while transiting the Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919.USS New Mexico in the middle west chamber of Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919
USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919USS New Mexico in Culebra Cut, Panama Cana, early 1920s
USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919USS New Mexico in Culebra Cut, Panama Cana, early 1920s
Renown in Pedro Miguel Lock, Panama Canal, 13 Sep 1920USS Arizona in a lock in the Panama Canal, circa 1921
Renown in Pedro Miguel Lock, Panama Canal, 13 Sep 1920USS Arizona in a lock in the Panama Canal, circa 1921
USS Saratoga transiting the Panama Canal, 1928-1932United States battleship USS Maryland and destroyers USS Hovey and USS Long in the Miraflores Locks while transiting the Panama Canal, 24 Apr 1931
USS Saratoga transiting the Panama Canal, 1928-1932United States battleship USS Maryland and destroyers USS Hovey and USS Long in the Miraflores Locks while transiting the Panama Canal, 24 Apr 1931
Indianapolis leaving the upper chamber of the Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal, 4 Mar 1933All three of the United States Navy’s aircraft carriers at the time, Langley, Saratoga, and Lexington, along with battleships and cruisers at anchor in Colon, Panama Canal Zone, roughly 1935.
Indianapolis leaving the upper chamber of the Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal, 4 Mar 1933All three of the United States Navy’s aircraft carriers at the time, Langley, Saratoga, and Lexington, along with battleships and cruisers at anchor in Colon, Panama Canal Zone, roughly 1935.
HMAS Australia in the Panama Canal, Mar 1935USS Ranger transiting the Pedro Miguel Locks of the Panama Canal, Apr 7 1935.
HMAS Australia in the Panama Canal, Mar 1935USS Ranger transiting the Pedro Miguel Locks of the Panama Canal, Apr 7 1935.
USS Lexington (left), USS Ranger (center), USS Langley (lower center), USS Saratoga (right), and other warships at anchor off Panama, 1936Texas in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, en route to the US east coast, 21 Jun 1937
USS Lexington (left), USS Ranger (center), USS Langley (lower center), USS Saratoga (right), and other warships at anchor off Panama, 1936Texas in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, en route to the US east coast, 21 Jun 1937
Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 1 of 2Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 2 of 2
Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 1 of 2Schlesien in the Panama Canal, Mar 1938, photo 2 of 2
Overhead view of a PBY Catalina on its take-off run, Panama Canal Zone, 1939.Transport USS Henderson in the Panama Canal, 1930s
Overhead view of a PBY Catalina on its take-off run, Panama Canal Zone, 1939.Transport USS Henderson in the Panama Canal, 1930s

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