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|69k||Off New York City during a Naval Review, circa 1912.||Photo # NH 52045, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.|
|79k||Photograph taken circa 1912-1916, after modernization with "basket" masts. It has been color-tinted and published on a post card.||Photo # NH 52048-KN, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.|
|145k||Ship's officers, crew and Marines, circa 1914. Most of the Marines are wearing khaki field uniforms.||Photo # NH 52044, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.|
|76k||Kentucky (BB-6) underway, circa the mid-1910s, with a short-range battle target hung between her funnels.|
The original image, copyrighted by N. Moser, New York, is printed on post card ("AZO") stock.
|U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 106264. Donation of Charles R. Haberlein Jr., 2008. Photo added 12/23/08.|
|62k||"Naval militiamen lined up for rollcall on the deck of the Kentucky (BB-6), on which they are taking a practice cruise."||USN photo by Underwood & Underwood, courtesy of memory.loc.gov. Text courtesy of N.Y. Times, 23 July 1916, page 14.|
|51k||May 1918 photo by Enrique Miller of the Kentucky (BB-6) on duty as a training ship off Yorktown, Va. She trained recruits on cruises in Chesapeake Bay and along the Atlantic coast as far north as Long Island Sound.||Photograph from RG-165WW, Fiche 1380, in the U.S. National Archives, courtesy of Dan Treadwell. Text courtesy of DANFS.|
|56k||Photographed circa 1918, while serving as a training ship. Most of her main deck 5-inch guns have been removed, leaving only those in the corners.||USN photo from National Archives & Record Administration (NARA), Record Group (RG-19N), Roll 18. Box4, courtesy of Dan Treadwell. Text courtesy of USNHC photo # NH 60354.|
|62k||Kentucky (BB-6) photographed circa 1918 by O.W. Waterman, Hampton, Virginia. Many of her main deck 5-inch guns have been removed, leaving only four per side.||Photo # NH 80744, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.|
Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania.
Ships in the Navy Yard's Reserve Basin, circa spring 1919. Panoramic photograph taken by Keystone Photo Studios, 817 So. Broad St., Philadelphia. The following ships can be identified from among those present:
Rowan (DD-64)); Preston (DD-19); Macdonough (DD-09); Patterson (DD-36); St. Louis (C-12); Ohio (BB-12); SC-342 ; SC-344 ; Alabama (BB-8); Kearsarge (BB-5); Illinois (BB-7); Ozark (M-7); Kentucky (BB-6); and Hancock (AP-3) .
|U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph # NH 98604, from the collection of Eugene Bennett, donated by his daughter, Jene B. Hart, September 1988.|
|69k||Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania. Older warships in the Reserve Basin, 18 November 1919, as seen by a Philadelphia Evening Ledger photographer. Ships are (front row, left to right): Missouri (BB-11); one Connecticut class battleship; Michigan (BB-27); and Saint Louis (C-20). Those in the back row are (left to right): Maine (BB-10); Kentucky (BB-6);Kearsarge (BB-5); Indiana (BB-1); Massachusetts (BB-2); Iowa (BB-4); Wisconsin (BB-9); and Illinois (BB-7).||Photo # NH 42525, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.|
|264k||Bell of the Kentucky (BB-6) at the Kentucky Military History Museum, Frankfort, Kentucky, 5 December 2004.||Photo, copyright courtesy of Hugh Hudson.|
|181k||Kentucky's (BB-6) silver set donated to the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The set, except for two cups, is located in the Kentucky History Center in Frankfort, Kentucky. The value at the date of donation was $30,000. The excluded cups reside in the Lt. Governor's Mansion and the submarine Kentucky (SSBN-737).||Photo, copyright courtesy of Hugh Hudson.|
|203k||Kentucky's (BB-6) silver set donated to the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Made by J. E. Caldwell & Co., this elaborate presentation silver represents the opulence of the late Victorian era. Engraved on the bowl are the words "Presented to the Battleship Kentucky (BB-6)".||Photo, copyright courtesy of Hugh Hudson.|
|376k||A guest studies a painting depicting the history of battleships. The artwork was painted by George Skybeck and presented to the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association during their annual banquet at Honolulu, Hawaii, on 8 Dec 1991.||USN photo # DN-SC-92-05391, by PHC Carolyn Harris, from the Department of Defense Still Media Collection, courtesy of dodmedia.osd.mil.|
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