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|266k||Clipping from the 2 July 1943 edition of Mare Island's newspaper, the Grapevine, shows Radm W. L. Friedell (Shipyard Commandant) presenting christening bottle to Mrs. George A. Eisele. Left to right: Radm Friedell, Mrs. Glen M. Ratliff (Matron of Honor), Mr. George A. Eisele, and Mrs. George A. Eisele (Sponsor).||Darryl Baker|
|102k||29 June 1943: Mrs. George A. Eisele (Sponsor) and Mrs. Glen M. Ratliff (Matron of Honor) are seen at the bow of USS Eisele prior to her launching. (U.S. Navy Photo #DE 34-4700-43)|
|85k||29 June 1943: Mrs. George A. Eisele christens USS Eisele at Mare Island Navy Yard. Left to right: Unknown woman, Mrs. Ratliff (Matron of Honor), Cap't F. G. Crisp, Mrs. George A. Eisele (Sponsor) and Radm W. L. Friedell (Shipyard Commandant). (U.S. Navy Photo #DE 34-4696-43)|
|126k||29 June 1943: Eisele is way half down the building ways at her launching. (U.S. Navy Photo #DE 34-4684-43)|
|79k||29 June 1943: Eisele is seen immediately after her launching. (U.S. Navy Photo #DE 34-4688-43)|
|24k||undated wartime image||A.R. Lee, SOM1c|
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