Quincy underway in the late 1930sQuincy and Tuscaloosa near Strait of Magellan, 14 May 1939Quincy passed through the Strait of Magellan, 14 May 1939Quincy underway, 1 May 1940
Quincy underway in the late 1930sQuincy and Tuscaloosa near Strait of Magellan, 14 May 1939Quincy passed through the Strait of Magellan, 14 May 1939Quincy underway, 1 May 1940
SB2U Vindicator scout bomber flying anti-submarine patrol over an American convoy en route for Capetown, South Africa, 27 Nov 1941; note cruisers Vincennes and QuincyUSS Quincy at New York Navy Yard, 23 May 1942QuincyView forward from USS Quincy
SB2U Vindicator scout bomber flying anti-submarine patrol over an American convoy en route for Capetown, South Africa, 27 Nov 1941; note cruisers Vincennes and QuincyUSS Quincy at New York Navy Yard, 23 May 1942Quincy's conning tower, 29 May 1942View forward from USS Quincy's second conning tower, while she was at the New York Navy Yard, United States, for her last overhaul, 29 May 1942; note SOC Seagull floatplanes onboard
Quincy at New Caledonia, 3 Aug 1942, photo taken from carrier WaspSS President Adams (foreground) and USS Quincy (background) off New Caledonia, 4 Aug 1942Quincy illuminated by Japanese searchlights during Battle of Savo Island, 9 Aug 1942
Quincy at New Caledonia, 3 Aug 1942, photo taken from carrier WaspSS President Adams (foreground) and USS Quincy (background) off New Caledonia, 4 Aug 1942Quincy illuminated by Japanese searchlights during Battle of Savo Island, 9 Aug 1942
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