Please Report Any Broken Links Or Trouble You Might Come Across To The Webmaster
Please Take A Moment To Let Us Know So That We Can Correct Any Problems And Make Your Visit As Enjoyable And As Informative As Possible.


NavSource Online: Cruiser Photo Archive

USS INDIANAPOLIS (CA 35)


       
Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign: November - Alpha - Bravo - Delta

CLASS - PORTLAND
Displacement 9,950 Tons, Dimensions, 610' 3" (oa) x 66' 1" x 24' (Max)
Armament 9 x 8"/55, 8 x 5"/25, 8 x 0.5" 4 Aircraft.
Armor, 5" Belt, 2 1/2 Turrets, 2 1/2" Deck, 1 1/4 Conning Tower.
Machinery, 107,000 SHP; Geared Turbines, 4 screws
Speed, 32.7 Knots, Crew 621.
Operational and Building Data
Keel laid on 31 MAR 1930 at New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, NJ
Launched 07 NOV 1931
Commissioned 15 NOV 1932
Fate: Torpedoed and sunk 30 JUL 1945 by Japanese submarine I-58
Additional Historical Information

Click On Image
For Full Size Image
Size Image Description Contributed
By And/Or Copyright
Indianapolis
0403579
1.7m Undated Pre-war view of Starboard bow while at anchor in an unknown port. Jim Geldert
Indianapolis 589k Undated Pre-war view of Port Quarter while underway in New York Harbor. David LaPell
Indianapolis 64k Undated, Pre War. USN
Indianapolis 83k Undated, Pre war image. Jesse P. Mannix
Indianapolis 123k Undated port side view while at anchor. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 114k Undated starboard quarter view while at anchor. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 96k Undated starboard side view while at anchor. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 77k Undated starboard bow view. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 106k Undated starboard side view while at anchor. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis
0403574
74k Undated pre-war port bow view. Ron Titus
Indianapolis
0403575
111k

Starboard quarter view during WWII, location unknown.

U.S. Navy photo.

David Buell
Indianapolis
0403576
100k

Port bow pre-WWII view while underway, date and location unknown.

U.S. Navy photo.

David Buell
Indianapolis
0403578
50k

Caption from photo:

"The 10,000 Ton heavy cruiser Indianapolis sails from the Philadelphia Navy Yard on June 19, 1933. The Indianapolis has undergone minor repairs and is proceeding to sea for a post-repair trial before going to Provincetown, Mass. and the Campobello Island, New Brunswick, where President Roosevelt will board for the return trip to Washington."

Photo & text from A.P. Wire courtesy of philly.com.

Michael Mohl
Indianapolis 264k Commissioning First Anniversary program cover, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 186k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 1, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 189k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 2, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 176k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 3, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 198k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 4, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 201k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 5, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 203k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 6, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 291k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 7, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 198k Commissioning First Anniversary program page 8, 17 NOV 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 178k First Holiday card, DEC 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 456k First Holiday card, DEC 1933. Robert M. Cieri
Detroit 82k Balboa Harbor, Panama Canal Zone - Aerial photograph taken 23 April 1934, with U.S. Fleet cruisers and destroyers moored together. Ships present include (left to right in lower left):
USS Elliot (DD 146);
USS Roper (DD 147);
USS Hale (DD 133);
USS Dorsey (DD 117);
USS Lea (DD 118);
USS Rathburne (DD 113);
USS Talbot (DD 114);
USS Waters (DD 115);
USS Dent (DD 116);
USS Aaron Ward (DD 132);
USS Buchanan (DD 131);
USS Crowninshield (DD 134);
USS Preble (DD 345); and
USS William B. Preston (DD 344).

(left to right in center):
USS Yarnall (DD 143);
USS Sands (DD 243);
USS Lawrence (DD 250);
(unidentified destroyer);
USS Detroit (CL-8), Flagship, Destroyers Battle Force;
USS Fox (DD 234);
USS Greer (DD 145);
USS Barney (DD 149);
USS Tarbell (DD 142); and

USS Chicago (CA 29), Flagship, Cruisers Scouting Force.

(left to right across the top):
USS Southard (DD 207);
USS Chandler (DD 206);
USS Farenholt (DD 332);
USS Perry (DD 340);
USS Wasmuth (DD 338);
USS Trever (DD 339);
USS Melville (AD-2);
USS Truxtun (DD 229);
USS McCormick (DD 223);
USS MacLeish (DD 220);
USS Simpson (DD 221);
USS Hovey (DD 208);
USS Long (DD 209);
USS Litchfield (DD 336);

USS Tracy (DD 214);
USS Dahlgren (DD 187);
USS Medusa (AR 1);
USS Raleigh (CL 7), Flagship, Destroyers Scouting Force;
USS Pruitt (DD 347); and
USS J. Fred Talbott (DD 156);
USS Dallas (DD 199);

(four unidentified destroyers);
and
USS Indianapolis (CA 35), Flagship, Cruisers Scouting Force.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
Scott Dyben
Indianapolis
0403581
127k Crew of USS Indianpolis greet their Commanden-in-Chief, President Franklin D. Roosevent, New York City, 31 May 1934. Tommy Trampp
Indianapolis 62k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) (at left) With President Franklin D. Roosevelt on board, acts as the reviewing platform as a formation of eighteen TG-1/2 (or T4M-1) torpedo planes passes overhead, during the fleet review off New York City, 31 May 1934. The President is standing immediately in front of Indianapolis' second eight-inch gun turret. The ship at right, in the distance, is USS Louisville (CA 28).

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 688.

USNHC
Indianapolis 89k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - View looking aft from the forward superstructure as USS Sturtevant (DD 240) comes alongside , during the Presidential fleet review off New York City, 31 May 1934. A Curtiss O2U scout floatplane is on Indianapolis' starboard catapult. Note the ship's aircraft crane, searchlights, and the Presidential Flag flying from the mainmast peak.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 91519.

USNHC
Indianapolis 68k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) (at left) With President Franklin D. Roosevelt on board, acts as the reviewing platform as the Battle Fleet passes across her bow, during the fleet review off New York City, 31 May 1934. The President's station was immediately in front of Indianapolis' second eight-inch gun turret. Nine battleships are seen in line-ahead formation.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 53228.

USNHC
Indianapolis 108k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Arrives at Buenos Aires, Argentina, with President Franklin D. Roosevelt on board, 30 November 1936, during the President's "Good Neighbor" cruise to South America. Donation of Captain Fred W. Connor, USMC(Retired), 1970.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 70297.

USNHC/Steven A. Cardali
Indianapolis 69k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Scene in the ship's pilothouse, late November 1936, as she carried President Franklin D. Roosevelt on his "Good Neighbor" cruise to South America. Indianapolis' Commanding Officer, Captain Henry Kent Hewitt, is seated in left center. Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation, collection of Rear Admiral Paul H. Bastedo, USN.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 68037.

USNHC
Indianapolis
0403584
436k The itinerary for 19 Nov through 11 Dec 1936 cruise to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with President Franklin Roosevelt aboard. Christopher L. Eger
Eyespy Intelligence Magazine

 

Indianapolis
0403585

Indianapolis
0403586

Indianapolis
0403587

 

472k

 

 

 

387k

 

 

 

822k

Plan Of The Day (POD) for the Shellback Initation while crossing the Equator on 24 November 1936. Christopher L. Eger
Eyespy Intelligence Magazine

 

Indianapolis
0403588

668k

What appears to be part of the Deck Log between 23 and 24 November 1936. Note the references to the forthcoming shellback initiation. The last entry is signed by Ensign J. D. Bulkeley, who would be the Commanding Officer of Torpedo Squadron 3 at the start of WWII, earning the Medal of Honor, the Navy Cross, the Army Distinguished Service Cross with Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of a similar award, the Army Silver Star Medal, the Army Distinguished Unit Badge, and the Republic of the Philippines Distinguished Conduct Star for his defense of the Phillippine islands. Christopher L. Eger
Eyespy Intelligence Magazine

Indianapolis
0403582

Indianapolis
0403583

682k

 

 

 

461k

The Plan Of The Day (POD) for 27 November 1936 - the day the ship was in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with President Franklin Roosevelt. It is signed by O. C. Badger (later Commanding Officer of the USS North Carolina (BB 55) and Admiral during WWII)

Christopher L. Eger
Eyespy Intelligence Magazine
Indianapolis 66k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) At Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa 1937.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 53230.

USNHC
Indianapolis
0403572
380k Port bow view while passing through the Burnside Bridge on the Willamette River in Portland, OR, 16 July 1937. In the background (down river) is the battleship USS Oregon (BB 3), on permanent display at the foot of the Broadway Bridge. (Caption updated by Jim Allred) Robert M. Cieri
Indianapolis 235k Starboard Bow Underway, September 27, 1939. Excellent details. Image # (80-G-425615) National Archives
Indianapolis 138k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her forward half, from the port side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, 19 April 1942, following overhaul. Note details of her forward main battery gun director, with an "FC" radar antenna on its top, aircraft catapult, and .30 caliber machinegun mounted on the bridge wing railing. USS Raleigh (CL 7) is in the background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-29301.

National Archives
Indianapolis 129k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her after half, from the port side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, 19 April 1942, following overhaul. Note her SOC seaplanes, 5"/25 guns and ready service ammunition, after smokestack, searchlights, "horse" collar emergency life float alongside the railing in lower right center and top edge of armor belt. USS Raleigh (CL 7) is in the background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-29300

National Archives
Indianapolis 129k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her well deck area, from the port side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, 19 April 1942, following overhaul. Note her forward smokestack, catapults, and Curtiss SOC Seagull aircraft. USS Raleigh (CL-7) is in the background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-29299

National Archives
Indianapolis 239k Taken 20 APR 1942 while underway on on the west side of Mare Island. U.S. Navy photo.. Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 64k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 20 April 1942, following her first wartime overhaul.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-29298

National Archives
Indianapolis 63k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) At Cold Bay, Alaska, October 1942. Collection of Vice Admiral Robert C. Giffen, USN.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 94640.

USNHC
Indianapolis 120k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - View from off her starboard bow, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, following overhaul, 1 May 1943. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note new forward superstructure, 8"/55 triple gun turrets, starboard anchor, anchor gear on forecastle, and paravane downrigging chains at the extreme bow. USS Minneapolis (CA 36) is in the background, stripped for overhaul.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-47570

National Archives
Indianapolis 135k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her after starboard midships area, at the Mare Island Navy Yard following overhaul, 1 May 1943. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note newly fitted mainmast, immediately before the after smokestack, searchlight, 5"/25 guns, and young woman at the top of her embarkation ladder.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-47568

National Archives
Indianapolis 149k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her after midships area, from the starboard side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, following overhaul, 1 May 1943. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note aircraft catapults and crane, new hangar doors, "star" rivitting pattern on her forward smokestack, and searchlights mounted by her after stack. USS Minneapolis (CA 36) is in the background, stripped for overhaul.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-47569

National Archives
Indianapolis 103k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her after superstructure from the starboard side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, 1 May 1943, following overhaul. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note Mk.4 radar antenna on her after Mk.33 gun director (in left center), 26-foot motor whaleboat and davits, and heavy rivitting on her midships hull side.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-47566

National Archives
Indianapolis 156k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her after superstructure and hull, from the starboard side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard following overhaul, 1 May 1943. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note newly fitted 40mm and 20mm guns, Mk.33 gun director with a Mk.4 radar antenna, 26-foot motor whaleboat swung out on its davits, and heavy rivitting on her hull side. Stern of USS Minneapolis (CA 36) is in the background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-47567

National Archives
Indianapolis
0403577
202k

Starboard side view taken off the California coast by an airship of squadron ZP 32. She had just completed a refit at Mare Island and appears to be exercising with a destroyer.

US Navy photo #143-5-43

David Buell
Indianapolis 68k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Off San Francisco, California, 1 May 1944, after overhaul and repainting with pattern camouflage.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH83607.

USNHC
Indianapolis 65k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 2 May 1943, after her second wartime overhaul.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-47562

National Archives/Steven A. Cardali
Indianapolis 104k

Invasion of Saipan, June 1944 - LVTs move toward the beach, past bombarding cruisers, on "D-Day", 15 June 1944. Cruiser firing in the background is USS Indianapolis (CA 35), flagship of Fifth Fleet commander Admiral Raymond A. Spruance. Photographed from USS Birmingham (CL 62).

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives - 80 - G - 231838.

National Archives/Scott Dyben
Indianapolis 71k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Under fire by Japanese shore batteries, during the invasion of Saipan, June 1944.

U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph - NH 53232.

USNHC
Indianapolis 292k

The flag flies from the fantail of the USS Indianapolis (CA 35) at Mare Island on 12 Nov 1944.

U.S. Navy Photo #6971-44

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 385k

Aft plan view of the USS Indianapolis (CA 35) in dry dock #2 under going an inclining experiment at Mare Island on 26 Nov 1944. She was in overhaul at the yard from 19 Oct until 10 Dec 1944.

U.S. Navy Photo #7209-44

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 388k

Forward plan view of the USS Indianapolis (CA 35) in dry dock #2 under going an inclining experiment at Mare Island on 26 Nov 1944. She was in overhaul at the yard from 19 Oct until 10 Dec 1944.

U.S. Navy Photo #7210-44

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 138k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her forward superstructure and 8"/55 triple gun turrets from off the port side, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, following overhaul, 7 December 1944. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note newer type Mk.33 gun director atop her open bridge, 40mm quad gun mount, eight-inch projectiles by her second turret, and bridge details. YF 389 is in the center background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-76908

National Archives
Indianapolis 110k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her port forward half, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, following overhaul, 7 December 1944. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note catapults, forward stack details, newly-fitted Mk.34 gun director atop her tripod foremast, liferafts and floater nets. An Amphibious Force Flagship (AGC) is in the right background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-76909

National Archives
Indianapolis 98k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her port after half, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, following overhaul, 7 December 1944. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note "whip" radio antenna mounted on her forward smokestack, aircraft crane, tripod mainmast with an SK radar antenna on top and newly-fitted Mk.34 gun director. YD 66 and USS Mawkaw (YTB 182) are at left

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-76910

National Archives
Indianapolis 127k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - View from off her port quarter, at the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, following overhaul, 7 December 1944. White outlines mark recent alterations to the ship. Note 40mm quad gun mounts on her fantail, after 8"/55 gun turret, newer type Mk.33 gun director, and newly-fitted Mk.34 main battery gun director. An Amphibious Force Flagship (AGC) is in the right background.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-76911

National Archives
Indianapolis 92k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 9 December 1944, following overhaul and repainting into Measure 22 camouflage.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-76904

National Archives
Indianapolis 316k

Stern view of USS Indianapolis (CA 35) in the Mare Island channel on 9 Dec 1944.

U.S. Navy Photo #7570-44

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 332k

Broadside view of USS Indianapolis (CA 35) off Mare Island on 9 Dec 1944.

U.S. Navy Photo #7572-44

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 342k

Bow on view of USS Indianapolis (CA 35) off Mare Island on 9 Dec 1944.

U.S. Navy Photo 7575-44

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 56k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 10 July 1945, after her final overhaul and repair of combat damage.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-86911.

National Archives
Indianapolis 69k USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 10 July 1945, after her final overhaul. Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-86912 National Archives
Indianapolis 66k

Bow on view of USS Indianapolis (CA 35) testing her anchor off Mare Island on 10 July 1945. She was in overhaul at the yard from 2 May to 12 July 1945.

Navy photo #5230-45

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 64k

Stern view of USS Indianapolis (CA 35) off Mare Island on 10 July 1945. She was in overhaul at the yard from 2 May to 12 July 1945.

Navy photo #5226-45

Darryl Baker
Indianapolis 130k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - At the Mare Island Navy Yard after her final overhaul, 12 July 1945. Circles on photo mark recent alterations to the ship. Note stripped Cleveland class light cruiser in the right background, with YC 283 alongside.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-86915

National Archives
Indianapolis 137k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of 8" turret # 2 and the ship's superstructure, from ahead and to starboard, at the Mare Island Navy Yard following her final overhaul, 12 July 1945. Circles on photo mark recent alterations to the ship. Note Mk13 radar on Mk34 director, atop Indianapolis' tripod foremast, and many other antennas on masts and superstructure. A stripped Cleveland class light cruiser is in the right background, with YC 283 alongside.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-86916

National Archives
Indianapolis 133k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of ship's forward stack, superstructure and hull, from alongside her starboard side amidships, at the Mare Island Navy Yard following her final overhaul, 12 July 1945. Circles on photo mark recent alterations to the ship. Note float for a SC-1 floatplane stowed behind the stack, liferafts and floater nets, and bow of USS Hercules (AK 41) in the left distance.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-86917

National Archives
Indianapolis 146k

USS Indianapolis (CA 35) - Closeup view of her after superstructure and hull, from alongside her starboard side amidships, at the Mare Island Navy Yard following her final overhaul, 12 July 1945. Circles on photo mark recent alterations to the ship. Note SC-1 seaplanes being placed in hangars, aircraft crane, port side catapult (and removal of starboard catapult), 5"/25 guns, rear view of Mk34 gun director and many other details. A stripped Cleveland class light cruiser is in the background, with YC 283 alongside.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives - 19-N-86918

National Archives
Indianapolis 53k USS Indianapolis (CA 35) preparing to leave Tinian after delivering atomic bomb components, circa 26 July 1945. She was sunk on 30 July, while en route to the Philippines. MAJ Harley G. Toomey, Jr., USAF, Ret.

Indianapolis
0403573

Indianapolis
0403573a

188k

This photo was taken 27 July 1945, the day before she sailed from Guam to her doom, as documented by the ship's photographer of USS Pandemus (ARL 18), on the back of the photo. This is probably the last photo taken of her.

Caption on back of photo:

"USS Indianapolis (CA 35) taken: 1530 27, July 1945, Apra Harbor, Guam, from USS Pandemus RL 18 as it passed heading for sea. Picture taken by Gus Buono".

U.S. Navy photo from the Collection of David Buell.

David Buell
Indianapolis
0403580
117k The bell from the USS Indianapolis, cast in 1932 with the commissioning of that ship, and removed to conserve weight prior to her final cruise. It resides at the Heslar Naval Armory in Indianapolis, IN. Bill Gonyo

Commanding Officers
Name/Rank Final Rank Dates
Smeallie, John Morris, CAPT   11/15/1932 - 12/10/1934
McClintic, William S., CAPT   12/10/1934 - 03/16/1936
Hewitt, Henry Kent, CAPT ADM 03/16/1936 - 06/05/1937
Kinkaid, Thomas Cassin, CAPT ADM 06/05/1937 - 07/01/1938
Shafroth Jr., John Franklin, CAPT VADM 07/01/1938 -
Hanson, Edward William, CAPT RADM 1941 - 08/1942
Deyo, Morton Lyndholm, CAPT RADM 07/11/1942 - 01/1943
Vytlacil, Nicholas, CAPT   01/12/1943 - 08/1943
Johnson, Einar Reynolds, CAPT   07/30/1943 - 11/1944
McVay III, Charles Butler, CAPT RADM 11/18/1944 - 07/30/1945

(List courtesy of Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves - Photos courtesy of Bill Gonyo)


USS INDIANAPOLIS (CA 35) History
View This Vessels DANFS History Entry on the U.S. Navy Historical Center website.

Crew Contact And Reunion Information

Contact Name:
Address:
Phone:
E-mail:


Note About Contacts.

The contact listed, Was the contact at the time for this ship when located. If another person now is the contact, E-mail me and I will update this entry. These contacts are compiled from various sources over a long period of time and may or may not be correct. Every effort has been made to list the newest contact if more than one contact was found.


Additional Resources
Hazegray & Underway Cruiser Pages By Andrew Toppan.
Back To The Main Photo Index Back To The Cruiser Photo Index Page

Comments, Suggestions, E-mail Webmaster

This Page Was Created By Paul R. Yarnall And Maintained By Tom Bateman
All Pages Copyright © 1996 - 2014 NavSource Naval History. All Rights Reserved.
Last updated 11/24/2013