50 items in this album on 3 pages.

Ralph Talbot off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 23 Mar 1938, photo 2 of 2Ralph Talbot off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 23 Mar 1938, photo 1 of 2Sims off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 9 May 1940, photo 1 of 3Sims off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 9 May 1940, photo 2 of 3
Ralph Talbot off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 23 Mar 1938, photo 2 of 2Ralph Talbot off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 23 Mar 1938, photo 1 of 2Sims off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 9 May 1940, photo 1 of 3Sims off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 9 May 1940, photo 2 of 3
Sims off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 9 May 1940, photo 3 of 3USS Helena at anchor, President Roads, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 15 Jun 1940, photo 1 of 2; photo taken by photographer from USS WaspUSS Helena at anchor, President Roads, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 15 Jun 1940, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by photographer from USS WaspO
Sims off the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 9 May 1940, photo 3 of 3USS Helena at anchor, President Roads, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 15 Jun 1940, photo 1 of 2; photo taken by photographer from USS WaspUSS Helena at anchor, President Roads, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 15 Jun 1940, photo 2 of 2; photo taken by photographer from USS WaspO'Brien's historical data plaque, photo taken at Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 3 Sep 1940
Aerial view of Boston Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 1942; note frigate USS Constitution at left and Jeffrey Field (now Logan International Airport) in backgroundUSS Ancon, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 12 Sep 1942, photo 1 of 2USS Ancon, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 12 Sep 1942, photo 2 of 2On the day of her commissioning, USS Lexington (Essex-class) makes slow headway through the icy waters of Boston harbor, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 17 Feb 1943.
Aerial view of Boston Navy Yard, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 1942; note frigate USS Constitution at left and Jeffrey Field (now Logan International Airport) in backgroundUSS Ancon, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 12 Sep 1942, photo 1 of 2USS Ancon, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 12 Sep 1942, photo 2 of 2On the day of her commissioning, USS Lexington (Essex-class) makes slow headway through the icy waters of Boston harbor, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 17 Feb 1943.
Aerial view of the Boston Navy Yard, 8 Mar 1943. Note the three-masted square-rigged frigate and veteran of the War of 1812 USS Constitution near the top of the image.Close-up of the conning tower of USS Iowa, Boston Naval Shipyard, Massachusetts, United States, Nov 1943USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 1 of 4USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 2 of 4
Aerial view of the Boston Navy Yard, 8 Mar 1943. Note the three-masted square-rigged frigate and veteran of the War of 1812 USS Constitution near the top of the image.Close-up of the conning tower of USS Iowa, Boston Naval Shipyard, Massachusetts, United States, Nov 1943USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 1 of 4USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 2 of 4
USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 3 of 4USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 4 of 4Commissioning Ceremony of Mason, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 20 Mar 1944; note Lt Cmdr Blackford in center, African-American crew, and LST in backgroundThree African-American sailors of USS Mason, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 20 Mar 1944
USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 3 of 4USS Wasp (Essex-class) after her shakedown cruise preparing to leave Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for the Panama Canal, 15 Mar 1944. Note Measure 33/10A camouflage. Photo 4 of 4Commissioning Ceremony of Mason, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 20 Mar 1944; note Lt Cmdr Blackford in center, African-American crew, and LST in backgroundThree African-American sailors of USS Mason, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 20 Mar 1944

50 items in this album on 3 pages.



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