Here are pictures of USS Tuscaloosa.
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Tuscaloosa shown during her outfitting at New York Shipbuilding Co. (44k, enlarge)
Source: 50 Years: New York Shipbuilding Corporation. (Camden, NJ: New York Shipbuilding Corporation, 1949).
|Tuscaloosa shown on 23 August 1935 in the Pacific. (50k, enlarge)|
|Tuscaloosa shown on 19 December 1939. She is off Virginia after having picked up the crew and passengers of the scuttled German cruise liner Columbus. (55k, enlarge)|
Tuscaloosa shown c. 1939. The picture is signed: "Lee P. Johnson, Captain, USNavy". (88k, enlarge)
[thanks to the family of the late Lt. Commander Kenneth Eymann]
|View of Tuscaloosa from a U.S. Navy poster probably 1940. Note the seaplanes on the catapult and reception tent at the stern. (53k, enlarge)|
|Tuscaloosa in March 1942 as she appeared while operating with the British "Home Fleet" based in Scapa Flow. (48k, enlarge)|
|Tuscaloosa shown in probably fall of 1942 - view of the port side. (44k, enlarge)|
|Tuscaloosa shown in probably fall of 1942 - view from aft. (47k, enlarge)|
|Tuscaloosa shown on 10 November 1944 near the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Hving just completed a refit, Tuscaloosa would soon be headed for the Pacific. (31k, enlarge)|
A composite of a line drawing and two photographs of the Tuscaloosa, marked to indicate some of her features. (66k, enlarge)
|Drawing of the Tuscaloosa from a collection of postcatds produced by a Cuban chocolate company in the late 1930's or early 1940's. (37k, enlarge)|
|Tuscaloosa in an undated, pre-war image. (44k, enlarge)|
|View of the Quincy (CA-39) -- at left -- and Tuscaloosa - at right in background - near the Straits of Magelaan, 14 May 1939, during the South American Goodwill Cruise. (54k, enlarge)|
Tuscaloosa moored in Scapa Flow, Scotland, April 1942, while operating with the British "Home Fleet.". (36k, enlarge)
|View of Tuscaloosa during the war. (29k, enlarge)|