|Caption||Roosevelt touring Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, United States, 24 Sep 1942, with Japanese midget submarine Ha-19 in background ww2dbase|
|Source||ww2dbaseUnited States Navy Naval History and Heritage Command|
|Identification Code||NH 47036|
|Photos on Same Day||24 Sep 1942|
|Photos at Same Place||Vallejo, California, United States|
|Added By||C. Peter Chen|
|Added Date||7 Sep 2006|
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|Licensing||Public Domain. According to the US Navy Naval History and Heritage Command, as of 21 Jul 2010:
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10 Jun 2009 06:03:40 PM
Photo of Sakmaki's midget submarine in Sept. 1942 at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Calif. One of the many stops President Roosevelt's 9,000- mile trip around the country. The President talks to Vice Adm. John W. Greenslade and Rear Adm. Wilhelm L. Friedell Secret Service agents stand guard .