USS Salt Lake City, USS Ramapo and USS Pensacola probably at the Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro harbor, 1932-1939
- USS Salt Lake City, USS Ramapo and USS Pensacola probably at the Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro harbor, 1932-1939
- Los Angeles Times
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- [between 1932-1939]
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
The USS Salt Lake City, the USS Ramapo and the USS Pensacola anchored together, likely in the San Pedro Harbor.
The USS Salt Lake City had more engagements during WWII than any other Navy ship, and was nicknamed "Swayback Maru". The USS Pensacola was nicknamed the "Grey Ghost" by Tokyo Rose.
- 1 photograph
- b&w nitrate negative
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