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BB-4 USS IOWA
1900 - 1919


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1893 - 1899
1920 - 1923


Iowa Class Battleship; Displacement 11,410 Tons, Dimensions, 362' 5" (oa) x 72' 3" x 26' 10" (Max), Armament 4 x 12"/35 8 x 8"/35, 6 x 4"/40 4 x 14"tt, Armor, 14" Belt, 17" Turrets, 3" Decks, 10 " Conning Tower. Machinery, 11,000 IHP; 2 vertical, triple expansion engines, 2 screws, Speed, 16 Knots, Crew 486.

Operational and Building Data: Laid down by Cramp, Philadelphia, on August 5 1893; Launched March 28, 1896, Commissioned June 16, 1897, Decommissioned June 30 1903, Recommissioned December 23, 1903, Decommissioned July 23, 1908, Recommissioned May 2, 1910, Decommissioned May 23, 1914, Recommissioned April 23, 1917, Decommissioned March 31, 1919, Stricken March 27, 1923. Reclassified IX-6, July 21, 1921 and used as Radio Controlled Target Ship.
Fate: Sunk as target by Mississippi (BB-41), in the Gulf of Panama, March 23 1923.


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BB-4 Iowa 53k U.S. Pacific Station warships in Magdalena Bay, Baja California, Mexico, circa 1900. The ships are, from left to right: Marblehead (C-11), Philadelphia (C-4) and Iowa (BB-04). The original photograph was found in old Bureau of Navigation files in June 1941. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 46633.
BB-4 Iowa 58k Iowa (BB-04) entering drydock at Port Orchard, Naval Station Puget Sound, Washington, 28 April 1900. USN / National Archives photo. Text i.d. courtesy of Nick Collecchi.
BB-4 Iowa 597k Circa turn of the century photo of the Iowa (BB-04) in living color. USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.
BB-9 Wisconsin 1.37k SCENE ON THE BAY DURING THE PROGRESS OF THE GREAT NAVAL PARADE
What looks to be the the battleships Iowa (BB-04) & Wisconsin (BB-9) are illuminated as California celebrated her second half century of prosperity.
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo & text by The San Francisco Call.(San Francisco [Calif.] 1895-1913, 09 September 1900, Image 31, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-9 Wisconsin 1.92k FOUR NAVAL VESSELS WILL ILLUMINATE TO-NIGHT IN PRESIDENT McKINLEY'S HONOR
Battleships Iowa (BB-04) and Wisconsin (BB-9), Cruiser Philadelphia (C-04) and Torpedo-Boat Farragut (TB-11) Will Make a Magnificent Showing on the Bay During the Presidential Reception in the Grand Nave of the Ferry Building — Each Man-of-War Will Be Decorated With Bunting and Electric Lights
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo & text by The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco [Calif.] 1895-1913, 14 May 1901, Image 9, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
United States fleet 1.86k BLUEJACKETS AND MARINES WIN WARM PLAUDITS
Eight Hundred Men From the Iowa (BB-04), Wisconsin (BB-9) and Philadelphia (C-4) Landed at the Foot of Folsom Street in the Ships Cutters, Pinnaces and Launches in Less Than Thirty Minutes — Shipping Gaily Decked in President's Honor
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo from The San Francisco Call.(San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, 15 May 1901, Image 10, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-9 Wisconsin 2.08k FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF SAN FRANCISCO THREE BATTLESHIPS AND A CRUISER ARE IN PORT AT ONE TIME
The Iowa (BB-04) and Wisconsin (BB-9) are the war vessels closest in shore. The former is about off the transport wharf, while the Wisconsin is off Harrison-street wharf. Out in midstream and almost between the Iowa and Wisconsin lies the cruiser Philadelphia (C-4), while south of her and almost in a line with Steuart-street wharf lies the Oregon (BB-03).
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo & text by The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco [Calif.] 1895-1913, 14 June 1901, Image 4, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
United States fleet 1.86k BARGE CREW OF BATTLESHIP WISCONSIN (BB-9) WINS ITS FIRST RACE AND MUCH COIN
Beats the Hitherto Invincible Boys of the Flagship Iowa (BB-04) by Fifteen Boat Lengths Over a Four-Knot Course — About Five Thousand Dollars Changes Hands on the Result of the Exciting Race — For Two Miles the Contesting Craft Run Along Almost Bow and Bow
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo from The San Francisco Call.(San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, 18 June 1901, Image 4, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa1.87kVENEZUELA AND COLOMBIA ARE BOTH BLAMED FOR THE STRIFE INTHE SOUTHERN REPUBLICS
TWO WARSHIPS ORDERED TO PANAMA
BATTLESHIP IOWA (BB-04) & Cruiser Philadelphia (C-4)
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo & text by The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco [Calif.] 1895-1913, 17 August 1901, Image 1, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa2.03kBATTLESHIP IOWA (BB-04) AND GUNBOAT BENNINGTON (PG-4) ARE BACK IN PORT
Cruiser Philadelphia (C-4) Goes to Mare Island Navy Yard to Be Prepared for a Voyage That May Bring Up at Panama.
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo & text by The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco [Calif.] 1895-1913, 17 August 1901, Image 7, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa703kTROUBLE AT PANAMA
THE BATTLESHIPS IOWA (BB-04) AND WISCONSIN (BB-9).
Image and text provided by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE.
Photo & text by The North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, 27 August 1901, Image 2, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa1.40kBattleship Iowa (BB-04) going into the new drydock at Puget Sound Naval Station at Bremerton. Photo by Enrique Muller Jr,.
Image provided by: Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
Photo & text by New-York Tribune.(New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, 01 September 1901, Page 3, Image 29 via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa3.40k MARINES LAND FROM BATTLESHIP IOWA (BB-04) TO PROTECT TRANSIT ACROSS ISTHMUS
General Alban, Who Is Slightly Wounded in the Battle, Telegraphs From the Field That He Has Routed the Enemy and Expects to Recapture Colon Within Twenty-Four Hours — United States Government Probably Will Prevent the Bombardment of That City and Panama.
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside;
Photo & text by The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, 26 November 1901, Image 1 via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 3.18k SENATE COMMITTEE DECIDES IN FAVOR OF CANAL TREATY
COMMANDING OFFICER OF THE BATTLESHIP IOWA (BB-04), WHO TOOK SUCH AN IMPORTANT PART IN MAINTAINING FREE TRANSIT ACROSS THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA DURING THE RECENT REVOLUTION IN COLOMBIA, AND A SCENE ALONG THE PROPOSED ROUTE OF THE ISTHMIAN CANAL.
Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside.
Photo from The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, 07 December 1901, Image 2, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa4.71k BATTLESHIP IOWA (BB-04) AND ROUTE OF PANAMA RAILROAD GUARDED BY HER MARINES.
DESPITE the row between the Colombian government and the Colombian insurgents the railroad across the isthmus of Panama is running trains nearly on schedule time, because it is guarded by United States marines from the battleship Iowa and the gunboats Machias and Marietta, under command of Captain Perry of the Iowa.
Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN.
Photo & text by The Saint Paul Globe.(St. Paul, Minn.) 1896-1905, 01 December 1901, Image 14, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 683k Iowa (BB-04) departing the Golden Gate in 1902. Notice there is no bridge and Fort Point is on the left. USN photo courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.
BB-4 Iowa 773k TWELVE INCH GUN BURSTS ON IOWA (BB-04); THREE MEN DEAD
Victims Sitting at Mess Deck Below When Fragments of Steel Fall Upon Them.
SHELL BURSTS PREMATURELY.
Shock Is Barely Felt in Turret and and None of the Sailors on That Deck Is Severely Hurt.
CAUSE OF ACCIDENT OBSCURE.
Of the Five Seamen Who Are Badly Injured, Two Probably Will Die.
Warship Sustains Serious Damage.
Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO.
Photo from The St. Louis Republic. (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, 10 April 1903, Image 1, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 62.57k Iowa (BB-04) sailed for New York 12 February 1903 where she decommissioned 30 June 1903.
She is seen here at Brooklyn Navy Yard sometime in 1903.
Text courtesy of DANFS.
Photo courtesy of Tommy Trampp.
BB-4 Iowa 871k League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia; Iowa (BB-04) and monitors Lehigh & Montauk. Detroit Publishing Company Photo # 4a08494v from lcweb2.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 103k Crew-members posed atop her after starboard 8"/35 gun turret, circa the early 1900s. Note that the inboard gun has its muzzle blown off, presumably the result of an accident. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 75671.
BB-4 Iowa 92k Ship's officers posed on her foredeck, circa 1904 or 1905. Lieutenant Commander William S. Benson, the Executive Officer, is fifth from the left, in the front row. Seated just to the right of Benson, is probably Captain Benjamin F. Tilley, Iowa's (BB-04) 7th Commanding Officer. If it is Tilley, the photo was taken in January-August 1905. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 53263.
BB-4 Iowa 60k Iowa (BB-04), anchored off New York City, 1905. USNHC photo # NH 105568, from the collection of Warren Beltramini, donated by Beryl Beltramini, 2007.
BB-4 Iowa 420k The Iowa (BB-04) in the New United States Floating Dry Dock Dewey (YFD-1) (Largest in the World)."
Maker: Polychrome A-7642 Published by The American News Company New York, Leigzig, Dresden. Printed in Germany. No copyright.
Picture taken 23-June-1905 in the Patuxent River MD. Postmarked 03-January-1912 aboard Potomac (AT-50), probably at Norfolk Navy Yard.
The Dewey Dry Dock was launched 10-June-1905 at Sparrows Point MD and towed to deep water in the Patuxent River. On Friday 23-June the Dewey's first test lift was armored cruiser Colorado (ACR-7), her second test was the Iowa. Dewey passed both tests with flying colors.
Photo & text courtesy of Bruce D. Liddell.
BB-4 Iowa 2.07k 120 days at sea on the biggest craft afloat.Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
Photo from The Washington Times. (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, 07 January 1906, Magazine Section, Image 48, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
United States fleet 1.86k SIX YOUNG NAVY CAPTAINS GIVEN SIX NEW WAR VESSELS
CAPT W. P. POTTER Queen of the New Battleships, the Vermont (BB-20), Will Be Under His Care
CAPT HENRY McCREA, Former Lighthouse Inspector of Baltimore District is to Command Iowa (BB-04).
Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
Photo from The Washington Times. (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, 10 December 1906, Last Edition, Image 2, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 186k U.S. Navy Sailors lined up for inspection on the battleship Iowa (BB-04) in 1906. Digital ID:cph 3b07267. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Photograph submitted by Bill Gonyo.
BB-4 Iowa 121k Ship's officers and crew pose on her foredeck, forward 12"/35 gun turret and superstructure, 1906. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 97948.
BB-4 Iowa 92k Member's of the ship's championship baseball team, circa 1907.U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 95239.
BB-4 Iowa 1.43k BATTLESHLP IOWA (BB-04) WHICH IS BEING RAPIDLY EQUIPPED FOR LONG VOYAGE Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA.
Photo from The Times Dispatch. (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, 10 July 1907, Image 3, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
Moccasin 79k Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia Waterfront scene, Autumn 1907. Ships at left are (from front to rear): Hopkins (DD-6); Lawrence (DD-8); Hull (DD-7); Talbot (Torpedo Boat # 15) and Moccasin A-4 (SS-5). The latter two are hauled out on the marine railway. Stewart (DD-13) is in the right foreground. Ahead of her are a torpedo boat, a barge and the tug Mohawk. Three battleships are docked beyond them, with Iowa (BB-04) furthest to the right. Photograph # 19-N-60-10-20 from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
BB-28 Delaware2.61kBATTLESHIPS ARE ALWAYS CHEAPER THAN WAR
1908, THE DELAWARE (BB-28), LARGEST BATTLESHIP, 1898, THE IOWA (BB-04) LARGEST BATTLESHIP
Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN.
Photo from The Appeal. (Saint Paul, Minn.) 1889-19??, 21 March 1908, Image 1, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
PDF added 01/22/14.
BB-4 Iowa 69k 2 August 1908 – A new Eastern Seaboard Squadron of fighting ships will be formed under the command of Rear Admiral Conway H. Arnold. The Battleship Iowa (BB-04) will carry the Admiral's flag. The new squadron includes the battleships New Hampshire (BB-25), Idaho (BB-24), Mississippi (BB-23), and Iowa. Also included in the squadron are the armored cruisers Montana (ACR-13) and North Carolina (ACR-12). Also joining the squadron will be the soon to be commissioned battleships Indiana (BB-01) and Massachusetts (BB-02). Information compiled from the New York Times. Digital ID: ggbain 03554. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Photograph submitted by Bill Gonyo.
Society of Sponsors of the U.S. Navy96kSociety of Sponsors of the U.S. Navy. Attendees at the Society's organizational meeting, in Washington, D.C., February 1908. The photograph was given to the Society by Mrs. Annie Keith Frazier Somerville, one of its founders. Her mother had sent a photographer to Washington's Willard Hotel to take this view. The fourteen sponsors present to organize the Society were (Those identified on the photograph are marked "**"): Mrs. G.F. Toland; ** Mrs. John P. Pels (Miss R.W. Wright), Sponsor of Denver (C-14); ** Mrs. Earl Morgan (Miss Elizabeth Stephenson), Sponsor of Wisconsin (BB-9); Miss Helen Duchler, Sponsor of Ohio (BB-12); Mrs. George Sturdevant (Miss M.L. Drake), Sponsor of Iowa (BB-4); ** Miss Lorna Pinnock, Sponsor of Salem (CS-3); Miss Harriet Rankin; Miss Dorothy Sproul, Sponsor of Chester (CS-1); Miss Ida May Shearer; ** Miss Mary Campbell, Sponsor of Birmingham (CS-2); ** Miss Keith Frazier, Sponsor of Tennessee (ACR-10); ** Mrs. John South (Miss Christine Bradley), Sponsor of Kentucky (BB-6); ** Miss Minnie Conrad, Sponsor of Montana (ACR-13). The little girl is Miss Eleanor Gow. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 95456, collection of the Society of Sponsors of the U.S. Navy.
BB-4 Iowa 53k The Iowa (BB-04) all decked up with flags, possibly at the ceremony marking her decommissioning at Philadelphia, 23 July 1908. U.S. National Archives photo (NARA), courtesy of USNI.
BB-4 Iowa 68k Probably photographed in New York Harbor, circa 1911. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 63501.
BB-4 Iowa 92k Iowa (BB-04) -- front left center -- Indiana (BB-01) and Massachusetts (BB-2) at Kiel, Germany, during the Academy practice cruise, Summer 1911. Ships of the German fleet are in the background. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 85736.
BB-4 Iowa 110k Photograph, taken circa 1912, reproduced in retouched and color-tinted form on a postal card. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 53262-KN.
BB-4 Iowa 108k Early circa teen's photo of the Iowa (BB-04) in New York. Digital ID: # LC-B2-2333-14. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, from the George Grantham Bain Collection, courtesy of Tom Kermen.
MONTEREY 561k OUR OBSOLETE FLEET THAT COST NEARLY $130,000,000
Pictured are the Indiana (BB-01), Iowa (BB-04) & Monterey (BM-6).
Image and text provided by Oklahoma Historical Society.
Photo courtesy of Farmers' Champion. (Elgin, Okla.) 1912-1922, 25 September 1913, Image 6, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 46k Post card, circa 1917. Courtesy of Richard Cleaveland via Joe Radigan.
BB-4 Iowa 96k Photographed during World War I, circa 1917. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 53260.
BB-4 Iowa 96k Underway, circa 1918, during her World War I service. Photograph USNHC # 19-N-1985 from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
BB-4 Iowa366kThe first public review of the United States fleet since the war began occurred recently at Baltimore during the Commercial Congress Convention. This picture shows the ships at anchor in Chesapeake Bay. The Iowa (BB-04), flagship of the squadron, is seen in the centre of the picture.Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation.
Photo from The Sun. (New York, [N.Y.]) 1916-1920, 29 December 1918, Section 3 Pictorial Magazine, Image 30, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-4 Iowa 90k Dressed with flags while off Baltimore, Maryland, during the post-World War I Naval Review, December 1918. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 53259.
Reserve Basin137kPhiladelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania. Older warships in the Reserve Basin, photo is probably post WW I (1918 to 1920).
From right to left:
First ship: Kearsarge class (BB-5 / 6), probably Kearsarge (BB-5).
The photo shows a platform above the Navigation Bridge which is straight across the front. Photos of the Kentucky (BB-6) at this time show a similar platform but one which extends out over the conning tower roof at the center. I've not seen a photo of the Kearsarge at this time so I'm not positive.

Second ship: Wisconsin (BB-9).
Sister ship Illinois (BB-7) had a bridge structure atop the conning tower while sister Alabama (BB-8) had a second platform on the mast between the bridge and the lowest searchlight.

Third Ship: Indiana (BB-01).
This ship is "hull down" behind the Wisconsin with only her upper works visible, the 2 short funnels and the old "military" mast to the left of the Wisconsin's forward cage mast. The mast is sitting atop a round faced bridge structure. Sister Oregon (BB-03) is on the West coast and sister Massachusetts’ bridge has a square face.

Fourth Ship: Iowa (BB-4).
This ship is also “hull down” and is actually beyond the fifth ship in the photo. Visible are cage main mast (second from the left in the photo), the 2 tall funnels and the military mast partially hidden the shorter funnel of the nearer ship. The funnels identify the ship.

Fifth Ship: Massachusetts (BB-2).
The aft main and secondary batteries and the cage mast are clearly visible as are the shorter funnels and the military mast (in front of Iowa’s forward funnel). This is a case of everyone else is eliminated. Oregon (BB-03) is on the west coast and the Indiana is across the slip, ergo…
The last ship appears to have 4 short funnels and no cage mast which means it is probably a cruiser but I have not identified it.
Digital ID: # ggbain 09957, LC-B2-2333-3. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, from the George Grantham Bain Collection, courtesy of Tom Kermen. Photo I.d. & text courtesy of Chris Hoehn.
BB-4 Iowa 117k In the Reserve Basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, January 1919. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 53261.
BB-4 Iowa 118k In the Reserve Basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, circa early 1919. She is flying a Rear Admiral's flag from her main mast peak. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 74096, courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D.C.
BB-4 Iowa 116k Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania. Destroyers and other ships at the Yard in March 1919, awaiting decommissioning. Identifiable ships include: Iowa (BB-04), at far left; Isabel (PY-10), left center; Lawrence (DD-08), foreground; and Perry (DD-11), inboard of Lawrence. Note Lawrence's after torpedo tube and pattern camouflage. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 52104.
BB-4 Iowa 929k VETERAN BATTLESHIPS ARE RETIRED.
Second Time Vessels Have Passed Through Ceremony of Being Retired

United States naval officers on the deck of the battleship Iowa (BB-4) as the commission pennant was hauled down from the main mast. The flag was lowered for the last time today at the Philadelphia Navy Yard on the Iowa, Indiana (BB-01) & Massachusetts (BB-02), veterans of the Spanish & American wars.
Image provided by: Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA.
Photo from The Evening Public Ledger, (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, 31 March 1919, Night Extra Closing Stock Prices, Image 2, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
BB-1 Indiana 209k "Flotilla A, Destroyer Force".
Tied up with sterns to the wharf in the Philadelphia Navy Yard's Reserve Basin, while awaiting decommissioning, circa May 1919. Other ships in the background include a Monitor, three old battleships and several torpedo boats. Panoramic photograph by Frawley and Collins, Mount Holly, New Jersey.
Ships in the foreground are (from left to right):
Dale (DD-4); Lawrence (DD-8); Perry (DD-11); Whipple (DD-15); Truxtun (DD-14);
A barge; Worden (DD-16); Barry (DD-2); Hull (DD-7); Hopkins (DD-6); Bainbridge (DD-1); Stewart (DD-13); Paul Jones (DD-10); Decatur (DD-5); Preble (DD-12); Preston (DD-19); Flusser (DD-20); Lamson (DD-18); Reid (DD-21); and Isabel (SP-521).
Ships in the background are (from left to right):
Amphitrite (BM-2);ex-Iowa (BB-04) outboard; ex-Massachusetts (BB-02) inboard; and ex-Indiana (BB-01).
Several torpedo boats are moored alongside the old battleships.
Photograph # NH 105512, from the collections of the United States Naval Historical Center.
BB-4 Iowa 82k Old battleships in the Reserve basin at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 22 October 1919. Ships in the front row are, from left to right: Iowa (BB-4); Massachusetts (BB-2); Indiana (BB-1); Kearsarge (BB-5); Kentucky (BB-6); and Maine (BB-10). U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 92300.

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