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Pump No. 1, Drydock No. 4, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 16 Jun 1919Battleship 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 1919USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919
Pump No. 1, Drydock No. 4, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 16 Jun 1919Battleship 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 1919USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919
Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919Close-up of S-46Lin Hsiung-cheng (right-most in front row) with Taiwanese and Japanese officials and businessmen at the Taihoku General Government Building, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
Launch of USS California at Mare Island Navy Yard, 20 Nov 1919'Nurses Hamlet' at US Marine Barracks, Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sClose-up of S-46's conning tower, Mare Island Navy Yard, circa 1920sLin Hsiung-cheng (right-most in front row) with Taiwanese and Japanese officials and businessmen at the Taihoku General Government Building, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
R-3, R-2, R-1, and five other R-class submarines in dry dock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1920sRifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sRifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sTaihoku General Government Buliding, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
R-3, R-2, R-1, and five other R-class submarines in dry dock at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, United States, early 1920sRifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sRifle range of the USMC base at Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1920sTaihoku General Government Buliding, Taihoku (now Taipei), Taiwan, date unknown
USS New Mexico in Culebra Cut, Panama Cana, early 1920sRenown in Pedro Miguel Lock, Panama Canal, 13 Sep 1920Aerial photo of the seaplane hangars and ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early 1920s.  Note the empty island center and opposite shore.Entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii looking north.  Bishop Point in the Main Channel is at the bottom, with the Coal Docks at the base of the left radio tower, and the shipyard at right, 1919-1921
USS New Mexico in Culebra Cut, Panama Cana, early 1920sRenown in Pedro Miguel Lock, Panama Canal, 13 Sep 1920Aerial photo of the seaplane hangars and ramps at Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early 1920s. Note the empty island center and opposite shore.Entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii looking north. Bishop Point in the Main Channel is at the bottom, with the Coal Docks at the base of the left radio tower, and the shipyard at right, 1919-1921
Preparing the RC Rickmers for launch, Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1921USS Arizona in a lock in the Panama Canal, circa 1921Japanese battlecruiser Kirishima undergoing maintenance and training at Sasebo, Japan, 4 May 1921Aerial view of Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 1922; photo taken from a dirigible at altitude of 120 meters
Preparing the RC Rickmers for launch, Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1921USS Arizona in a lock in the Panama Canal, circa 1921Japanese battlecruiser Kirishima undergoing maintenance and training at Sasebo, Japan, 4 May 1921Aerial view of Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 1922; photo taken from a dirigible at altitude of 120 meters

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