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USS Lamson (DD-328) and USS Whitney (AD-4) in the Hudson River, 1927

USS Lamson (DD-328) and USS Whitney (AD-4) in the Hudson River, 1927


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USS Lamson (DD-327) and USS Whitney (AD-4) in the Hudson River, 1927

Here we see the Clemson class destroyer USS Lamson (DD-328) and the destroyer tender USS Whitney (AD-4) in the Hudson River, New York. The picture can be dated with unusual accuracy, to 10am on 2 May 1927!


Watch the video: 1934. NAVY FLEET REVIEW NEW YORK CITY HUDSON RIVER USS INDIANAPOLIS 48534 (May 2022).


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