Ships Representing the 4 States of Our Commandery: OR, WA, ID and AK

USS Oregon (BB-3), USS Seattle (ACR-11), USS Idaho (BB-42) and USS Alaska (CB-1)

Photograph from US Navy History and Heritage Command

Title: UA 475.18 USS Oregon (BB-3)

Collection Caption: Collection Photo # UA 475.18.01

Postcard for Museum Ship USS Oregon (BB-3) Description: Postcard for Museum Ship USS Oregon (BB-3). Oregon served between 1896-1906 and again between 1911-1919. She then became a Museum ship between 1925 and 1943. Accession #: UA 475 Catalog #: UA 475.18

Photograph from US Navy History and Heritage Command

Title: USS Seattle Description: (Armored Cruiser # 11, ex-Washington)

Photographed from USS Maumee (Fuel Ship # 14, later AO-2), circa mid-1917. Note that she carries extended cranes for handling aircraft, but is not fitted with a catapult. Collection of Hubert C. Rickert, courtesy of Daniel Rickert, 1981. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph. Catalog #: NH 93104

Photograph from US Navy History and Heritage Command

Title: USS Idaho (BB-42) Description: Officers and crew of USS Idaho (BB-42), 1929. Accession #: UA 383.02 Catalog #: UA 383.02.03 Donor: Harry Lafayette

Photograph from US Naval History and Heritage Command

Description: USS Alaska (CB-1) Photographed from USS Missouri (BB-63) off the U.S. east coast during their shakedown cruise together in August 1944. Note her Measure 32 camouflage.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives. Catalog #: 80-G-K-5580


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