23 items in this album on 2 pages.

Louisville in the early 1930sLouisville, Salt Lake City, Northampton, and Chicago turning in formation with three other Scouting Force heavy cruisers to create a slick for landing seaplanes, off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 31 Jan 1933Seven 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.Louisville steaming past Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan Island, New York City, United States, 1934
Louisville in the early 1930sLouisville, Salt Lake City, Northampton, and Chicago turning in formation with three other Scouting Force heavy cruisers to create a slick for landing seaplanes, off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 31 Jan 1933Seven 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.Louisville steaming past Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan Island, New York City, United States, 1934
Louisville at Memorial Day ceremonies, New York City, 31 May 1934Survivors of the British Motor Ship Silver Larch posed with LouisvilleOfficers and crew of USS Louisville, San Pedro, California, United States, 23 Mar 1940Louisville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 26 May 1942
Louisville at Memorial Day ceremonies, New York City, 31 May 1934Survivors 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 1937Officers and crew of USS Louisville, San Pedro, California, United States, 23 Mar 1940Louisville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 26 May 1942
Heavy cruisers Wichita (foreground), Chicago (center), and Louisville (background) en route to Guadalcanal, 29 Jan 1943, hours before the Battle of Rennell IslandUSS Louisville towing disabled USS Chicago, Battle of Rennell Island, 30 Jan 1943Louisville steamed out of Kulak Bay, Adak, Aleutian Islands, bound for operations against Attu, 25 Apr 1943; note Sweepers Cove in backgroundLouisville and San Francisco operating in the Bering Sea during May 1943
Heavy cruisers Wichita (foreground), Chicago (center), and Louisville (background) en route to Guadalcanal, 29 Jan 1943, hours before the Battle of Rennell IslandUSS Louisville towing disabled USS Chicago, Battle of Rennell Island, 30 Jan 1943Louisville steamed out of Kulak Bay, Adak, Aleutian Islands, bound for operations against Attu, 25 Apr 1943; note Sweepers Cove in backgroundLouisville and San Francisco operating in the Bering Sea during May 1943
Louisville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 17 Dec 1943Louisville in a Pacific anchorage in 1944LVT-2 Water Buffalo carrying US Marines, Tinian, Mariana Islands, 24 Jul 1944USS Louisville at anchor in the Purvis Inlet, Solomon Islands, 2 Nov 1944.
Louisville off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, 17 Dec 1943Louisville in a Pacific anchorage in 1944LVT-2 Water Buffalo carrying US Marines, Tinian, Mariana Islands, 24 Jul 1944USS Louisville at anchor in the Purvis Inlet, Solomon Islands, 2 Nov 1944.
US warships Pennsylvania, Colorado, Louisville, Portland, and Columbia in Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, Jan 1945Louisville hit by Mitsubishi Ki-51 special attack aircraft, Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945US Navy aviators Ensign William C. Orr and Aviation Radioman 3rd Class Thomas D. Everett of cruiser Louisville posed by their damaged SOC Seagull aircraft, Feb 1945Louisville about to enter the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States for repairs, 6 Feb 1945; text on photograph denoted special attack damage sustained on 6 Jan 1945
US warships Pennsylvania, Colorado, Louisville, Portland, and Columbia in Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, Jan 1945Louisville hit by Mitsubishi Ki-51 special attack aircraft, Lingayen Gulf, Philippine Islands, 6 Jan 1945US Navy aviators Ensign William C. Orr and Aviation Radioman 3rd Class Thomas D. Everett of cruiser Louisville posed by their damaged SOC Seagull aircraft, Feb 1945Louisville about to enter the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States for repairs, 6 Feb 1945; text on photograph denoted special attack damage sustained on 6 Jan 1945

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