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."
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, "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."