Printing on bottom states, "482-40 US Navy Yard, Charleston, SC. 9 July 1940, Naval Ammunition Depot Wharf, looking southwest. Approximately mean high water. File 1493. 9 July 1940 looking east across Cooper River to Shipyard."
Printing on bottom states, "494-43, US Navy Yard, SC March 4, 1943. Left ot right, beginning third from left, Mrs. V. D. Gormon, Mrs. B. P. Anderson, Mrs. Starkey, Lt. Gormon, Lt. R. E. Wheeler, Mrs. Wheeler, Lt. T. N. Brown, Commander L. C. Petross, Chaplain R. E. LeMoine, Mrs. Petross, Commander L. A. Tichenor, Lt. Comdr. G. R. Arey, Lt. Starkey. File 15187., DD"
Printing on bottom states, "620-42 Released US Navy Photograph US Navy Yard, Charleston, SC. May 2, 1942. Mrs. George Hutchinson, sponsor for USS Ingraham, which was launched in 1941, receives flowers from Admiral W. H. Allen, Commandant, Sixth Naval District. File 11680."
Printing on bottom states, "638-42 Released US Navy Photograph US Navy Yard, Charleston, SC. May 2, 1942. Spectators' section at launching ceremonies of USS Stanly (DD 478) and USS Pringle (DD 477). File 11698."
Printing on bottom states, "645-43 US Navy Yard, SC, April 15, 1943. Navy Yard, SC Building Docks #4 placed into commission on April 15,1943, starting the erection of DE's 203 and 204. View shows keel subassemblies of the two ships just after landing on the blocks, officially placing Building Docks #4 into commission." DE-203 & 204 is hand-written on the bottom.