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    • Two US Navy destroyers at dock, probably in Cleveland

    • United States. Navy; Destroyers (Warships)
    • USS Barton (DD 722) and USS Hank (DD 702) at dock. The Barton is known to have visited Cleveland and both ships passed down through Port Colbourne, on the Welland Canal, on August 4, 1965, suggesting this was taken in Cleveland shortly thereafter.
    • City Club Forum: Antwone Fisher, author [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; Learning; History; Local government; Fisher, Antwone Quenton; Abandoned children; Custody of children; Childhood &...
    • Friday Forum: ''Mr. [Antwone] Fisher, a Cleveland native, captured his experience in Cleveland's child welfare system in his New York Times bestseller, 'Finding Fish,''' as well as writing the screenplay for the film, ''Antwone Fisher.'' The...
    • New missiles

    • Torpedoes; United States. Navy; Submarines; Clevite Corp.; Rockets
    • "ACCOUSTIC TORPEDO [text illegible] anti-sub marine weapon announced today. It can be launched from surface ships or aircraft. By sound waves, it relentlessly tracks its a target. It's one of many underwater guided missiles which have been made in...
    • Inspecting the West 6th Street Pier in 1959

    • West 6th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Piers & wharves; Military inspections; United States. Navy
    • "Streets - West Sixth St. Pier, 27-Foot-Deep Pier at West Sixth Street is inspected by and two Navy officers, Capt. Lawrence Smith (right) James H. Rowland (center), City Harbor Commissioner and Lt. Homer Fults" -- photo verso.
    • Board of inquiry for the U.S.S. Akron

    • Airships; U.S.S. Akron; Blimps; Courts martial & courts of inquiry; Aircraft accidents; United States. Navy
    • The four men in charge of the inquiry of the crash of the U.S.S. Akron in 1933. " From left to right Captain Harry E. Shoemaker, Rear Admiral Henry V. Butler, President; Commander Sidney Kraus, and Lieut. Comm. Ralph G. Pennoyer, Judge Advocate."...
    • 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 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.
    • Drill team at the Akron Naval Air Station

    • Drill teams; Air bases; Naval operations; Naval yards & naval stations; Naval parades & ceremonies; United States. Navy
    • "In military circles, as well as civilian, this drill team from the Akron Naval Air Station has been winning praise for its precision and showmanship. The crack bluejackets, volunteers who practice on their own time, have been dazzling Akron area...
    • Feller pitching bullets

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Guns; United States. Navy
    • "Feller pitching bullets. Bob Feller, above, of ... (text on verso illegible), is all set to do a different kind of pitching these days. As a Chief Specialist, he is the captain of a 40 mm. gun crew aboard one of Uncle Sam's new battleships. The...
    • Bob Feller is discharged from the U.S. Navy

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; United States. Navy; Sailors; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Baseball
    • Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller (center) is discharged from the U. S. Navy. Feller joined the Navy two days after the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, thus missing the entire baseball seasons for 1942, 1943, and 1944, and most of 1945.

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