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Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919Diagram of the Officers Station of a main battery 14-inch gun turret for the Tennessee-class of US battleships
Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919Diagram of the Officers Station of a main battery 14-inch gun turret for the Tennessee-class of US battleships
Longitudinal diagram of a main battery 14-inch gun turret for the Tennessee-class of US battleshipsTransverse diagram of a main battery 14-inch gun turret for the Tennessee-class of US battleships
Longitudinal diagram of a main battery 14-inch gun turret for the Tennessee-class of US battleshipsTransverse diagram of a main battery 14-inch gun turret for the Tennessee-class of US battleships
California steaming at high speed, circa 1921California underway circa 1921
California steaming at high speed, circa 1921California underway circa 1921
Christmas party for disadvantaged children, San Pedro, California, aboard the USS California, 1921Tennessee anchored in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, circa Feb 1921
Christmas party for disadvantaged children, San Pedro, California, aboard the USS California, 1921Tennessee anchored in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, circa Feb 1921
Battleship USS Tennessee in drydock at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, late in 1921.US Navy Battle Fleet entering Panama Bay during fleet maneuvers, probably 1923
Battleship USS Tennessee in drydock at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, late in 1921.US Navy Battle Fleet entering Panama Bay during fleet maneuvers, probably 1923
USS fleet in Panama Bay, 1 Mar 1923The US Navy
USS fleet in Panama Bay, 1 Mar 1923The US Navy's first flattop aircraft carrier, USS Langley (Langley-class), at anchor with 7 battleships in Culebra Harbor, Culebra, Puerto Rico, 18 Mar 1926. See Comment below.
California underway during the 1930sAdmiral R. H. Leigh inspecting crew of California, 1932
California underway during the 1930sAdmiral R. H. Leigh inspecting crew of California, 1932
Aerial view of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States with the Manette Bridge over the Port Washington Narrows in the background, 1932.California firing 5-inch/51 guns in night battle practice, 1933
Aerial view of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States with the Manette Bridge over the Port Washington Narrows in the background, 1932.California firing 5-inch/51 guns in night battle practice, 1933
Cruiser USS Chester at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1936. Note six battleships on Battleship Row and cruisers Minneapolis and New Orleans (New Orleans-class) at left. Note also the passenger train cars in the foreground.Tennessee-class battleship entering San Francisco Bay under the nearly completed Golden Gate Bridge on her way to attend the opening of the Oakland Bay Bridge, California, United States, 12 Nov 1936
Cruiser USS Chester at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1936. Note six battleships on Battleship Row and cruisers Minneapolis and New Orleans (New Orleans-class) at left. Note also the passenger train cars in the foreground.Tennessee-class battleship entering San Francisco Bay under the nearly completed Golden Gate Bridge on her way to attend the opening of the Oakland Bay Bridge, California, United States, 12 Nov 1936
CaliforniaTennessee in harbor, 1938; note three SOC-3 floatplanes of Observation Squadron Two (VO-2B) aboard
California's forward 14-inch guns and her superstructure, 1938Tennessee in harbor, 1938; note three SOC-3 floatplanes of Observation Squadron Two (VO-2B) aboard

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