USS New Orleans passing through the open Burnside Drawbridge in Portland, Oregon, United States, 2 Aug 1934. New Orleans was escorting USS Houston (left) which brought President Franklin Roosevelt to Oregon.

Caption   USS New Orleans passing through the open Burnside Drawbridge in Portland, Oregon, United States, 2 Aug 1934. New Orleans was escorting USS Houston (left) which brought President Franklin Roosevelt to Oregon. ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 2 Aug 1934
Photos at Same Place Portland, Oregon, United States
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 6 Aug 2020

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