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...
Looking east across coal bunker, superintendent's house, and wharf; the white ships are U.S. cruisers CHICAGO and MARBLEHEAD; the black ship is freighter LEELANAW; and black vessel at left is U.S. destroyer PERRY
Title taken from front. Members of the U.S. Cruiser Maryland perform a battalion drill for an audience in Seward, Alaska. Also from front: "S. Sexton." 1913. Photographer: S. Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title taken from front. Sailors from the naval cruiser Maryland are marching up 4th Avenue in Seward, Alaska for the Fourth of July. 1913. Photographer: Sylvia Sexton. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".
Title taken from front. Postcard shows view of baseball game between teams from Seward and the cruiser "Maryland", Seward, Alaska, with spectators. Advertisement on verso reads: "Coleman Hotel, Geo[rge] Sexton, prop[rietor]. Seward, Alaska. Seward,...
Title from image caption The MARYLAND participated in survey missions to Alaska in 1912 and 1913; later, at the beginning of World War I, she was renamed the FREDERICK Photographer's number 1045 See also PCA 18-215
One of the U.S. Navy's first class of fast, light cruisers, the CL-10 U.S.S. CONCORD was commissioned November 1923; during World War II, she joined the Northern Pacific Force and was decommissioned December 1945
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".