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Charleston Naval Shipyard Photographs

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Yard
Yard
2.
USS Murray
USS Murray Bow Starboard Quarter, tried to dock.
3.
USS Hodges
USS Hodges Bow view of DE during flag raising ceremony. See notes.
4.
USS Moffett
USS Moffett Bow View, Starboard Quarter.
5.
Elevated view of yard.
Elevated view of yard. Elevated view of yard.
6.
Elevated view of yard.
Elevated view of yard. Elevated view of yard.
7.
Elevated view of yard.
Elevated view of yard. Elevated view of yard.
8.
USS Benson
USS Benson Line of moored ships. Handwritten at bottom, "DD421 in Mothball Fleet 1948"
9.
USS Anthony
USS Anthony 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."
10.
Parade
Parade Parade, Printing on bottom states, "Photo by Palmer W. Oliff."
11.
Parade
Parade Parade, Printing on bottom states, "Photo by Palmer W. Oliff."
12.
Ship's Head
Ship's Head Photo of ship's head. Printing on bottom states, "3825-44".
13.
USS Champlin
USS Champlin Port Broadside. Handwritting on bottom states, "DD-601 USS Champlin 1942"
14.
USS Champlin
USS Champlin Port Quarter, Stern View. Handwritting on bottom states, "DD-601 USS Champlin 1942"
15.
USS Hobson
USS Hobson Printing on back states, "Hobson DD 464"
16.
Unknown Ceremony on DD
Unknown Ceremony on DD 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"
17.
Drills
Drills Printing on bottom states, "880-42, US Navy Yard, Charleston, SC, June 18, 1942, View showing bkoken sections of 6 pneumatic rotary style drills, size 326-700, model "C" out of one order of 24 drills, delivered to Charleston Navy Yard on April 29, 1942. File 18500."
18.
USMC Quarters No 1 Commanding Officer
USMC Quarters No 1 Commanding Officer Printing on bottom states, "Navy Yard, Charleston, SC. USMC Quarters No 1 Commanding Officer. Looking Southwest. USMC Quarters No 2 Duplicate 5673."
19.
Headquarters Building 234
Headquarters Building 234 Printing on bottom states, "New Head Qtrs Blg-234."
20.
Plaque
Plaque Printing on bottom states, "Palmer W. Olliff had this 3-d plaque made for entrance to museum."