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G.L. Hall Optical Company
The G.L. Hall Optical Company was located at Norfolk, Virginia,
during the 19-"teens". During the last half of that decade the firm made several photographs of U.S. Navy subjects, among them ships at the Norfolk Navy Yard, using panoramic cameras.
This page provides links to photographs taken by the G.L.
Hall Optical Company.
The following photographs, organized chronologically, were
taken by the G.L. Hall Optical Company:
- Photo # NH 105066:
"Sham Battle" at the St. Helena Naval Training Station, Norfolk, Virginia, 1 May 1915.
- Photo # NH 105159: Officers and Crew of USS Lakewood (1917-1919), 23 January 1918
- Photo # NH 73170: Engineering Force of USS Pueblo (Armored Cruiser # 7), 3 December 1918
- Photo # NH 98558:
(ID # 3004), 15 February 1919
- Photo # NH
98558-A: View cropped from the right side of the above image,
showing the patrol boat SP-1212
- Photo # NH 98556:
(ID # 3011), 19 February 1919
- Photo # NH 92616:
(ID # 1408), 27 February 1919
- Photo # NH 99779:
(Collier # 11), circa 1919
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