Navy submarine USS Narwhal glides along the surface of the San Pedro harbor, 1932-1933
- Navy submarine USS Narwhal glides along the surface of the San Pedro harbor, 1932-1933
- Los Angeles Times
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- [between 1932-1933]
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
Possibly related to Los Angeles Times article, "Greatest Armada in Nation's History Passes in Review; Navy Parades Strength In Sea and Air Tableau; Hundreds of Ships and Aircraft Pass in Stately Review Before Crowds Massed on Shore." 20 Apr. 1932: A1. Or possibly related to Los Angeles Times article, "Subsea Giant at New Task; Narwhal Showing Its Paces to Officers of Fleet; Five Hundred Got on Trips Beneath Surface." 16 Dec. 1933: A1.
The Navy submarine USS Narwhal on the water's surface with sailors visible on deck. The submarine, at the time the largest ever built, is seen in a side view.
- 1 photograph
- b&w nitrate negative
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