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Seven cruisers at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 2 Feb 1933. Clockwise from left are Augusta, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Louisville, Pensacola, unidentified destroyer, Fox, Kane (on marine railway), Northampton, and Chester.Cruiser USS Augusta entering Pearl Harbor, Hawaii passing the Ford Island seaplane hangars and minesweeper Avocet, 1933.Nevada in Drydock #1 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1935New Mexico at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1935
Seven cruisers at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 2 Feb 1933. Clockwise from left are Augusta, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Louisville, Pensacola, unidentified destroyer, Fox, Kane (on marine railway), Northampton, and Chester.Cruiser USS Augusta entering Pearl Harbor, Hawaii passing the Ford Island seaplane hangars and minesweeper Avocet, 1933.Nevada in Drydock #1 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1935New Mexico at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1935
Battleship USS West Virginia entering Pearl Harbor and turning at Hospital Point, 26 May 1935. Note the radio towers on Hospital Point. Page 2 of 2.US Submarine R-14 underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid-1930s. Note the Ford Island fuel tanks in the background.Cruiser USS Chester at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1936. Note six battleships on Battleship Row and cruisers Minneapolis and New Orleans (New Orleans-class) at left. Note also the passenger train cars in the foreground.Indianapolis at Pearl Harbor, circa 1937
Battleship USS West Virginia entering Pearl Harbor and turning at Hospital Point, 26 May 1935. Note the radio towers on Hospital Point. Page 2 of 2.US Submarine R-14 underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid-1930s. Note the Ford Island fuel tanks in the background.Cruiser USS Chester at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1936. Note six battleships on Battleship Row and cruisers Minneapolis and New Orleans (New Orleans-class) at left. Note also the passenger train cars in the foreground.Indianapolis at Pearl Harbor, circa 1937
Survivors of the British Motor Ship Silver Larch posed with LouisvilleAerial view of Fort Shafter, Oahu, Hawaii, 1938.Bachelor officers quarters at Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownCruiser USS Milwaukee underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid to late 1930s.
Survivors of the British Motor Ship Silver Larch posed with Louisville's Commanding Officer, Captain William S. Farber, upon their arrival at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 14 Mar 1937Aerial view of Fort Shafter, Oahu, Hawaii, 1938.Bachelor officers quarters at Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownCruiser USS Milwaukee underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, mid to late 1930s.
Dry Dock No. 1 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownThe US Navy Supply Department Warehouse building at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownCruiser USS Trenton underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1939.USS S-34 tied up to wharf in Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, late 1930s; note railcar carrying new batteries for S-34, and a Balao-class submarine moored nearby
Dry Dock No. 1 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownThe US Navy Supply Department Warehouse building at Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, date unknownCruiser USS Trenton underway in the Main Channel at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1939.USS S-34 tied up to wharf in Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, late 1930s; note railcar carrying new batteries for S-34, and a Balao-class submarine moored nearby
Typical example of Type Y officer’s quarters at Fort Kamehameha at the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, circa 1940.US Navy photographer Tai Sing Loo was well known around the Navy yard with his trademark pith helmet and his bright red, gasoline powered, three-wheeled “putt-putt”, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1940s.USS Pollack entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1939-1940Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Ford Island Naval Air Station, Oahu, Hawaii, May 2, 1940.
Typical example of Type Y officer’s quarters at Fort Kamehameha at the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, circa 1940.US Navy photographer Tai Sing Loo was well known around the Navy yard with his trademark pith helmet and his bright red, gasoline powered, three-wheeled “putt-putt”, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1940s.USS Pollack entering Pearl Harbor, US Territory of Hawaii, 1939-1940Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Ford Island Naval Air Station, Oahu, Hawaii, May 2, 1940.

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