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Coastal airship

Situated near the gun batteries of the coastal bluffs, Fort Scott was established in 1912 to serve as headquarters for the Coastal Artillery Corps of the San Francisco Bay area. Spanish Revival style buildings, the first of this style to be built on the Presidio, characterize the post, and the U-shaped parade ground breaks from traditional quadrangular design. This image appears to be pre WWI, titled Look em Over. With troops standing by their erected tents and gear placed in front

Alaska - Coastal Area and Highway East through Curry

Alaska - Coastal Area and Highway East through Curry

Alaska - Coastal Area and Highway East through Curry

Alaska - Coastal Area and Highway East through Curry

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

Tree Identification - Willow: Coastal

A driver, in his 1924 Chrysler Six, checks out a Coastal Artillery Observation Balloon hangar

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-24 Goldcrest

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-24 Goldcrest

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-37 Rail

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-26 Kestrel

AMCU-37 Rail

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-37 Rail

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-24 Goldcrest

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-26 Kestrel

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-12 Harkness

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-37 Rail

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-12 Harkness

AMCU-12 Harkness

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-37 Rail

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-24 Goldcrest

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-12 Harkness

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-35 Owl

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-12 Harkness

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-12 Harkness

AMCU-38 Sandpiper

AMCU-42 Sparrow

AMCU-13 J.M. Gillis

AMCU-41 Skimmer

AMCU-34 Ortolan

AMCU-33 Oriole

AMCU-35 Owl

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