Note on back states, "January 17, 1958 Rear Admiral G. C. Crawford, Commandant, Sixth Naval District, addresses distinguished quests during ceremonies today at US Naval Base Charleston, SC where US destroyer Anthony (left background) was transferred to custody of West German Navy."
Print of keel laying ceremony participants. Printing at bottom states, "636-43 US Navy Yard, SC, April 15, 1943. Keel laying ceremonies of the USS Eldridge (DE 201) and USS Craig (DE 202). Rear Admiral W. A. Glassford addressing the keel laying group of the USS Eldridge (DE 201) after presentation of momento plaques by Mrs. A. M. Penn. Left to right: Mrs A. A. Cuzzell, Mr A. A. Cuzzell, Mrs. L. H. Pryor, Mr L. H. Pryor, back to camera, Captain A. M. Penn, USM, Mrs. H. R. Gissell, Mr. H. R. Gissell, Rear Admiral W. A. Glassford, USN, Commandant, and Mrs. A. M. Penn.
Print of keel laying ceremony participants. Print on bottom states, "633-43 US Navy Yard, SC April 15, 1943. Keel Laying Ceremonies of the USS Eldridge (DE 201) and USS Craig (DE 202) Left to right: Mrs. A. A. Cuzzell, Mr. A. A. Cuzzell, Mrs. L. H. Pryor, Mr. L. H. Pryor, Mrs. H. R. Gissell, and Mr. H. R. Gissell. File 15303."
Print of ship, starboard forward view. USS Renshaw, DE-176 Back states, "Not for publication, released to ship's crew by public relations office, commercially printed by E. E. Hilderbrandt, 706 Durant Ave., North Charleston, S.C."