A white phosphorus bomb explodes on a mast top of the USS Alabama, while the ship in use as a target in Chesapeake Bay on September 23, 1921. An Army Martin twin-engine bomber is flying overhead.
Phosphorus bomb explodes the USS Alabama, 1921
- Seattle fireboat Alki with Christmas decor, 1950 — Share the History Love... Seattle fireboat Alki with Christmas decor – including a Christmas tree, a star, and lights – in 1950. Share the History Love... [...]
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- Unloading King Crab in Seldovia, 1965 — Share the History Love... Unloading king crab off a fishing boat in Seldovia, Alaska, 1965. Share the History Love... [...]