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    • USS Macon flying over Cleveland

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Aerial photographs; Cleveland; Naval operations
    • The USS Macon makes her maiden voyage from Akron to Cleveland Ohio in 1933. After this the USS Macon will be stationed in California. Note: the original photograph is a reversed print.
    • Christening of the U.S.S. Macon

    • Rites & ceremonies; U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Air bases; Airdock
    • The USS Macon was christened in 1933 at the Akron air dock. After being christened it will make its maiden voyage and eventually end up in California as a part of the Navy fleet of airships.
    • U.S.S. Macon over New York City

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Aerial photographs; Aerial views; United States. Navy
    • "Navy's air queen on training cruise high above the lowers of the metropolis, the U.S.S. Macon, giant dirigible of the US Navy, soars over upper bay with lower Manhattan in the background, during a recent flight over New York City." -- photo...
    • Completion of the USS Macon

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; Airships; Air bases; Rites & ceremonies; United States. Navy
    • The USS Macon was completed and christened in March 1933. The airship was christened by Mrs. William A. Moffett the navy's aeronautical chief.
    • U.S.S. Macon being inflated

    • U.S.S. Macon; Airships; Blimps; Helium; Inflation
    • A view of the inside of the U.S.S. Macon being filled with helium in 1933. It will take 6.5 million cubic feet to fill the whole airship before its christening in Akron Ohio.
    • U.S.S. Macon being built

    • U.S.S. Macon; Blimps; United States. Navy; Airships; Air bases; Workmen
    • The U.S.S. Macon being built on site in Akron Ohio in1932. This airship was the sister ship of the U.S.S. Akron that was built at the same site, the Akron air dock.
    • Berry, Reiles Sr., Funeral Program

    • Obituary; Funeral; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Memorial rites & ceremonies
    • Mr. Reiles Berry Sr. died on November 18, 1979 at White Cliff Nursing Home. In the early 1900s, he moved from Macon, Georgia to Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Second Mt. Olive Baptist Church. He was married to Rose L. Bunn with whom he had six...
    • Civil Workers Administration group photo

    • Unions; Labor unions
    • "Front/row, left to right: T.S. MacDonald, chain stores; W.C. Westphal, assistant supervisor; George W. Screech, area supervisor; Ford S. Myers, supervisor Fifth Ohio District, Marilyn Vizer, secretary; Ida Fromson, Florence Nadon, Lucile Langeham....

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