Wide view of harbor; port side of Leichter Kreuzer [light cruiser] Karlsruhe, Imperial German Navy. AJ mine operation is in background. See ASL-P240-624, Dinner and dance given by the governor in honor of the officers of the German Cruiser...
Inside view, looking seaward, of covered, Japanese submarine beaching railway, tracks leading to waterfront; a soldier passes large submarine handling cradles on left; warships are visible through opening
Areas of deep mud near shore; visible in frame are remnants of Japanese occupation: telegraph (or power) poles, fire hydrant, defensive fortifications; American warships just offshore and landing craft at beach Photographer's number 5600
Title taken from front. The U.S. Cruiser Maryland arrived in Seward, Alaska with a crew of 810 on July 30, 1912. Naval staff from the Maryland investigated the Alaskan coal reserves while in port. Original photograph size: 3 3/8" x 5 3/8".