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This webpage reproduces a series of photographs in
Naval Institute Proceedings
Vol. 61 No. 10 (Oct. 1935), pp1358‑1365

The text is in the public domain,
the 1935 copyright not having been renewed in 1962 or 1963.

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This site is not affiliated with the US Naval Academy.

 p1358  Historical Views of the Naval Academy​a


Thayer's Note:

a This sequence of photographs, not attached to any of the articles in this issue of the Proceedings, immediately follows the foreword, p1357. The title of the webpage is mine.

A good view of the Naval Academy in 1942 can be found in Puleston's Annapolis, p136.


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