U.S.S. Chicago dressed up for Navy Day, Los Angeles, circa 1936
- U.S.S. Chicago dressed up for Navy Day, Los Angeles, circa 1936
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- [circa October 27, 1936]
- Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
In the near distance at center, the U.S.S Chicago is moored near Los Angeles Harbor on Navy Day. It is viewed at an angle from its starboard side. A few smaller vessels sit alongside the large cruiser. Naval insignia waves from a flag line that stretches down the ship's mid-line. The American flag waves from the ship's stern at left. Los Angeles Harbor is barely visible in the background.
Related to the article, "PREPAREDNESS PLEAS MARK NAVY DAY FETES: All Southland Joins in Celebration; Cluverius Calls Merchant Ships Vital," Los Angeles Times, 28 Oct. 1936: A1
Appears in a photo spread titled, "Gunboats in Gala Dress Greet Visitors on Navy Day--Papal Aide Due Today," Los Angeles Times, 28 Oct. 1936: 18
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- b&w nitrate negative
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