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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Photograph appears with the article, "Dreadnaughts Due Home," Los Angeles Times, 04 Apr 1931: A1. Each of the men wear similar white naval uniforms, standing on a small deck of the dreadnaught. Six battleships of the reorganized Battle Force will drop anchor in San Pedro, home after two months' absence in southern waters for the United States Fleet concentration at Panama. Text from negative sleeve: LEIGH, RICHARD H. ADM. Text from newspaper caption: In Mimic Battle Vice-Admiral Richard H. Leigh with members of his staff aboard flagship West Virginia during maneuvers at Panama. Left to right- Lieut. E. S. Schanze, Lieutenant-Commander R. W. Cary, Lieut. A. T. Sprague, Jr., Admiral Leigh, Lieut. F. L. Riddle and Capt. Joseph K. Taussig, chief of staff.
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Admirals--American--California--San Pedro Military personnel--American--California--San Pedro Government vessels--American--California--San Pedro Cary, Robert Webster, 1890-1967 Taussig, Joseph K. (Joseph Knefler), 1877-1947 Riddle, F. L Leigh, Richard H. (Richard Henry), 1870-1946 Schanze, Edwin S., 1903-1983 Sprague, A. T., Jr