USS West Virginia entering San Francisco Bay during the 1930sKaiser Richmond Shipyards workers aboard a ferry between San Francisco and Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943Kaiser Richmond Shipyards workers aboard a ferry between San Francisco and Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943Kaiser Richmond Shipyards workers aboard a ferry between San Francisco and Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943
USS West Virginia entering San Francisco Bay during the 1930sKaiser Richmond Shipyards workers aboard a ferry between San Francisco and Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943Kaiser Richmond Shipyards workers aboard a ferry between San Francisco and Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943Kaiser Richmond Shipyards workers aboard a ferry between San Francisco and Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943
USS Hoel in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 3 Aug 1943. Note the depth charge racks on the stern as well as depth charge launchers along the rail abreast the No. 3 and No. 4 gun turrets.USS Hoel underway in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 7 Aug 1943 with the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background.USS Yorktown (Essex-class) steaming across San Francisco Bay with a deck load of Jeeps, Dodge WC51 weapons carriers, and other vehicles, 15 Sep 1943.Escort carrier USS Long Island in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, on 10 Jun 1944 with a deck load of F6F Wildcat, SBD Dauntless, and J2F Duck aircraft bound for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
USS Hoel in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 3 Aug 1943. Note the depth charge racks on the stern as well as depth charge launchers along the rail abreast the No. 3 and No. 4 gun turrets.USS Hoel underway in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 7 Aug 1943 with the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background.USS Yorktown (Essex-class) steaming across San Francisco Bay with a deck load of Jeeps, Dodge WC51 weapons carriers, and other vehicles, 15 Sep 1943.Escort carrier USS Long Island in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, on 10 Jun 1944 with a deck load of F6F Wildcat, SBD Dauntless, and J2F Duck aircraft bound for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
US battleship Iowa in her brand new Measure 22 paint off Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 18 Mar 1945. Note that the rounded areas of the bridge have been squared off.USS Archerfish underway, probably in the San Francisco Bay area, California, United States, 30 May 1945, photo 1 of 2USS Archerfish underway, probably in the San Francisco Bay area, California, United States, 30 May 1945, photo 2 of 2USS Ancon at anchor, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, circa Dec 1945
US battleship Iowa in her brand new Measure 22 paint off Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 18 Mar 1945. Note that the rounded areas of the bridge have been squared off.USS Archerfish underway, probably in the San Francisco Bay area, California, United States, 30 May 1945, photo 1 of 2USS Archerfish underway, probably in the San Francisco Bay area, California, United States, 30 May 1945, photo 2 of 2USS Ancon at anchor, San Francisco Bay, California, United States, circa Dec 1945
USAHS Dogwood in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, late 1945 or early 1946Battleship USS Iowa on display in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 24 May 1947. Note San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island in the background.USS Independence, damaged in atomic bomb tests, in San Francisco Bay being prepared for sinking after efforts to wash off the radioactivity were unsuccessful, Jan 1951
USAHS Dogwood in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, late 1945 or early 1946Battleship USS Iowa on display in San Francisco Bay, California, United States, 24 May 1947. Note San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island in the background.USS Independence, damaged in atomic bomb tests, in San Francisco Bay being prepared for sinking after efforts to wash off the radioactivity were unsuccessful, Jan 1951


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