A light cruiser type, Brooklyn shipyard on Mare island
In Dry Dock # 2 at Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 10 August 1915. From left to right: Intrepid, Submarine Tender Cheyenne, H-1 (SS-28), H-2 (SS-29) are just visible along side), Ohio (BB-12) (head of dry dock), New York State Nautical School Ship Newport (PG-12) (Rear of dry dock), and Raleigh (CL-7)
Trophy Japanese dwarf submarine Type a Ko-hyoteki at the Mare Island Naval Shipyard in California, 1945.
Two steam boilers Babcock Wilcox for a heavy cruiser San Francisco in the shipyard shop Mayor island February 25, 1932, All on the ship they were eight.
Portrait of Russian sailors in America in 1863.
The sailors were part of a Russian fleet sent to the US to support the Union cause during the American Civil War. The fleet was used to discourage British intervention in the war and re-enforce the Union blockade of the Confederacy.