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U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

U.S.S. George Washington

Den lille Havfrue

Nautical Chart of the Western Shore of the Caribbean Sea

Nautical Chart of Serrana Bank in the Caribbean Sea

Nautical Chart of Bajo Nuevo (New Bore) in the Caribbean Sea

By the Sad Sea Waves

Monthly Progress Photo, COB Dock Sea Wall, Looking North, Yard Labor

COB Dock Sea Wall, Looking North, Monthly Progress Photo, Yard Labor

COB Dock Sea Wall, Looking South, Monthly Progress Photo, Yard Labor

COB Dock Sea Wall, Looking North, Monthly Progress Photo, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Sea Wall Between Little Street Wharf and Yard Wall Looking South, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Little Street Sea Wall Looking West, Yard Labor

Little Street Sea Wall, Looking South, Monthly Progress Photo, Yard Labor

Little Street, Sea Wall, Looking West, Monthly Progress Photo, Yard Labor

Dry Dock Number 4, Monthly Progress Photo, Suction Pipe Trench Near Sea Wall, Holbrook, Cabot, and Rollins Corporation, Contractor

Sea Wall East of Dry Dock Number 1 - Wall Extends East and West, Looking Southwest, Yard Labor

Sea Lions

Monthly Progress Photo, Paving Back of Sea Wall Between Dry Docks 1 and 4, Looking West, Yard Labor

In the trough of the Sea, USS Adams in tow of the USS Yorktown

In the trough of the Sea, USS Adams in tow of the USS Yorktown

Monthly Progress Photo, Repairing Sea Wall Commandant's Slip and Foot of Gibson Street, Looking Southeast, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Repairs to West Sea Wall, Commandant's Slip, Looking Northeast, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Repairing Sea Wall Commandant's Slip and Foot of Gibson Street, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Repairs to Sea Wall Between Slip and Little Street, Looking Southeast, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Repairs to Sea Wall East Side Little Street Slip, Looking Southeast, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Sea Wall Repairs - Near Little Street, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Rebuilt Sea Wall - Little Street Corner, Looking East, Yard Labor

British sear party boarding German U-boat at sea, near Harwich, England

American destroyer in British waters preparing for the sea

Stern of U.S. Destroyer in a rough sea

First Sea Lord, British Navy, inspecting a gun aboard U.S. Destroyer

U.S. Destroyers protecting U.S.A. transports at sea

Frist Sea Lord visits U.S. Torpedo Fleet in British waters. Making an inspection of a U.S. Destroyer

Scene in ward room of a U.S. Destroyer at sea

Lieutenants Harlow and Everson, U.S. Navy, drinking from a fountain aboard U.S. Destroyer at sea

Horses and men enjoying a dip in the sea near Mardick, Belgium. 9-8-1917

First sea lord of British Navy visits the U.S.S. "Melville"., Captain Pringle, Comdg

First Sea Lord, British Navy, visits U.S. Torpedo Fleet in British waters

U.S. Destroyer in rough sea

Armed trawlers in the North Sea

Frist Sea Lord ,British Navy, making an inspection of a U.S. Destroyer in British waters

First Sea Lord of the British Navy and Captain Pringle, U.S.N., commanding U.S.S. "Melville", Queenstown, Ireland

With the American Navy in wartime. Bridge of a U.S. Destroyer at sea

Monthly Progress Photo, Sea Wall Repairs Southwest Side Ordnance Dock, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Sea Wall Repairs, Ordnance Dock & Navy Yard Basin, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor, Yard Labor

Monthly Progress Photo, Sea Wall Repairs South Side Navy Yard Basin, Looking Northwest, Yard Labor

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Washington girls placing flowers along the banks of the Potomac in memory of soldiers who have lost their lives at sea during the present war. May 30, 1918

Airplanes - Flight - On guard against U-boats from air and sea. Now that there is no need of hushing any longer, we are able to produce vivid proof for the surrender of the German fleet rather than "come out" and face the Allied navies. This remarkable photograph shows a British aeroplane leaving its rendezvous aboard battleship in search of undersea craft

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - Boy Scout Activities. Ready for the Sea. Group of Cadets of the Junior Naval Reserve at Camp John Paul Jones, Corpus Christi, Texas

Ceremonies and Parades - Throwing flowers in the sea at South Boston by Post 2 G.A.R. in tribute to the sailors of 61 and those who have given their lives I the war, 1918

Balloons - In the Theatre of Operations - Aerial Patrol near Plymouth England, a constant patrol is maintained in the air over the sea near the Coast to keep enemy submarines from mining the entrances to harbor

Two submarines meet on thehigh sea

Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - First Naval Reserve Unit leaves New York for sea. First Battalionof the Naval Reserve of New York marching down Fifth Avenue, New York, passing down Fifth Avenue, New York, passing in front of the Public Library at 41st Street. April 7, 1917

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - Boy Scout Activities. A trained product of the Junior Naval Reserve. Texas boys turned out ready for the sea, at Camp John Paul Jones, Corpus Christi, Texas

Airplanes - Historical - Flight at sea. Aeroplane leaving a light cruiser. Central News Service

American Red Cross - I thru M - Miss Viola E. Lundholm died November 1918, at sea. Home Oakland, California

The capture of Oesel. On board a torpedo boat at sea near Libau. October 1927

Armistice - Armistice - French aeroplane carrying Germany Armistice delegate back to sea. This remarkable photograph shows a French plane with two white flags flying from its wings, carrying the German captain Von Geyer back to Spa, the German headquarters, with the text of the Armistice terms

Balloons - Flights with Ships in View - Dirigible out at sea as seen from transport

American Red Cross - N thru W - Nurse killed by gun accident on Mongolia. Miss Helen B. Wood, the Chicago Red Cross nurse who was instantly killed in a gun accident while the gun crew of the armed American liner Mongolia was at target practice at sea. A brass attachment to the powder charge ricocheted after striking the water and instantly killed Miss Wood and Mrs. Edith Ayres

Ceremonies - Navy & Marines - Returning U.S. Victory Fleet acclaimed in Hudson River review. Marines, soldiers of land and sea, marching in the great parade along Fifth Avenue. After the review of the fleet, thousands of men were released from the ships to participate in the parade

California - Salton Sea

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve Training at New London, Conn. A thorough course in land and sea fighting is being given to the boys of the Junior Naval Reserve at New London, Conn. The youthful sailors are marching with the artillery in a sham battle

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - For the first time in history memorial exercises were held on a a foreign warship for American soldiers and sailors. Exercises were held on the British Warship "Warrior" on Potomac, in memory of the victims of the Lusitania and the Tuscania and of the men lost at sea in war. Vice Admiral Sir Grant who is commander of the flagship Warrior is in the center

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Mrs. Vinston's Red Cross Auxiliary Madison Square. Every day at noon in Madison Square, over two hundred working women gather to knit socks, scarves, and helmets for the boys in the trenches and on the North Sea

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - How the U.S. Navy lays a smoke screen. In North Sea, showing U.S. Naval destroyers laying down effective "smoke screen." The camouflaged vessel is effectively hidden from enemy's view by intense screen of smoke

Explosion of a mine on the high sea. March 1917

The capture of Oesel. On board a torpedo boat at sea near Libau. October 1927

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Smoke screen made by British Destroyers to protect U.S. Mine-Laying Fleet, North Sea

American Red Cross - Canteens - Preparing sandwiches for the men of an arriving troopship. Every transport is met at the docks by a deputation of Red Cross men and women. The soldiers flock down to the Red Cross Canteen for Coffee and Sandwiches, chocolate, and cigarettes, and it is a big job keeping enough on hand for their needs. Sea air is a great stimulant to the appetite, and the American soldier has a great curiosity to sample the "war bread" of England and see how it tallies up with the war bread of America

California - Salton Sea

Camouflage - Ships - Submarine camouflaged like a sea serpent. Camouflage on a German Submarine lying in Portlant Harbor, England

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve Training at New London, Conn. The Junior Naval Reserves are training at New London, Conn., to learn the art of seamanship. That they are as skillful on land as well as on sea is depicted in this picture which shows a practice battle

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Mrs. Vinston's Red Cross Auxiliary. Every day in Madison Square at the noon hour over two hundred working women gather to knit socks, scarves and helmets for the boys in the trenches and on the North Sea

Balloons - Flights with Ships in View - Dirigible Balloon above Battleship Pennsylvania lying at anchor in Hudson River. One of the balloons that patrolled the coast over the Flagship Pennsylvania now at anchor in the Hudson River. These balloons at sea to detect submarines and other enemy craft

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Mrs. Vinston's Red Cross Auxiliary. Every day at noon n Madison square, over two hundred working women gather to knit socks, scarves and helmets for the boys in the trenches, and on North Sea

American Red Cross - Groups - Mrs. Vinston's Red Cross Auxiliary. Every day in Madison Square at the noon hour, over two hundred working women gather to knit socks, scarves and helmets for the boys in the trenches and on the North Sea

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve train hard at New London, Conn. Boys of the Junior Naval Reserves at New London, Conn., marching out to the parade grounds for a review by their officers. Navigation, land and sea figting, and allied branches of seamanship are the courses that the youthful sailors are studying

Airplanes - Historical - Flying above the clouds. Taken from an observation balloon showing pilot of the Royal British Air Force, 5,000 feet above sea level

Balloons - Manufacturing - General - U.S. 1. Lidgerwood Mfg. Co., Main Works at Brooklyn N.Y. Machine Shop, Pattern Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Erecting Shop, Boiler Ship, Carpenter Shop, Storage, etc. Manufacturers of Hoists, Steam, Electric and Gasoline driven, for all types of service; cableways, excavating machinery, ship winches, steering engines, dock and cargo winches, cargo transfers, towing engines, coaling at sea apparatus

American Red Cross - Refugees - After their drill "Let Petits Soldats" rush en masse into the sea. Part of the Colony of refugee boys established by the A.R.C. at St. Lunaire, France

Demobilization - Arrivals Home - 27th Division back on Leviathan and Mauretania. This proud mother made a big banner with her son's name on it so he could see it when the ship passed the battery Park Sea Wall where his mother is anxiously waiting his return

Airplanes - Historical - Aviators rescued from watery grave. The rescue of an Allied pilot and observer after their plane fell into the sea. They are shown standing on a wing of the rapidly sinking plane awaiting the H.M.S. "Seymour" which came to their rescue

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - U.S. Junior Naval Reserves. Setting up exercises at Sea Cliff, N.Y. Training Station

Twixt the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

Amelia Earhart Deep Sea Diving off Block Island

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York (NY) - Nassau County - Sea Cliff - ED 30-619 to 625

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - California (CA) - Monterey County - Carmel by the Sea - ED 27-64 to 69

A Real Sea Serpent

National Youth Association Builders of Sea Plane with Mayor Spellacy of Hartford

Photos of U-85 Cremen recovered from sea, burial ceremonies

USS Wakefield Towed after Fire at Sea

Nautical Chart of the Flores Sea and Lesser Soenda Island with Adjacent Coast of Celebes

Mrs. Richard L. Cochrane, Rear Admiral Edward L. Cochrane, Mrs. Edward L. Cochrane, and Rear Admiral T. Withers at the Launch of the USS Sea Cat

Launch of the USS Sea Owl

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