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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. This photograph appears with the article "Defenders Refused to be Tricked Into False Move; Bulwark of Seaplanes Saves Los Angeles Harbor," 3 Oct. 1920: I1. Navy sailors create a smoke screen during training maneuvers of the Pacific Fleet at the Port of Los Angeles. Text from negative sleeve: United States Navy, Ships, U.S.S. Baltimore Text from the newspaper caption: Destroyers of invading fleet laying down a heavy smoke screen to hide the 'enemy' battleships from the fire of the defenders. Gun crew of the U.S.S. Baltimore firing the opening shot against Admiral Hugh Rodman's 'Red' fleet.
b&w nitrate negative
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Military maneuvers--California--Los Angeles Cruisers (Warships)--American--California--Los Angeles Baltimore (Cruiser)