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1 July 1911 photo of the Texas (BB-35) being built. Sub-assemblies and machinery area bulkheads are in place.141 viewsJun 16, 2017
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12 January 1912 photo of Texas (BB-35) being built.152 views12 January 1912 photo of Texas (BB-35) being built. This photo shows the second deck around #4 and #5 barbettes. The tiller room at the bottom edge of the photo has been completely plated over. Jun 16, 2017
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Launch on 19 June 1915. Esther Ross, the daughter of an Arizona pioneer family, was given the honors of ship sponsor and christening.114 viewsJun 16, 2017
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Texas (BB-35) is being towed down the Elizabeth River160 viewsTexas (BB-35) is being towed down the Elizabeth River from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Its destination is the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site at LaPorte, Texas for its final resting space as a ship museum and memorial. The photograph was taken at the foot of North Street in Portsmouth, Virginia. (Date: 3/18/1948).Jun 16, 2017
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People gather on the beach to see the battleship USS Missouri (BB 63) enter the channel into Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on June 22, 1998. 116 viewsPeople gather on the beach to see the battleship USS Missouri (BB 63) enter the channel into Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on June 22, 1998. Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton signed the Donation Agreement on May 4th, allowing Missouri to be used as a museum near the Arizona Memorial. The ship was towed from Bremerton, Wash. DoD photo by Petty Officer 1st Class David Weideman, U.S. Navy.Jun 16, 2017
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