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U.S. Navy Yard, with two ships houses and five ships in 1900
USS Constitution moored beside newer naval ships in Navy Yard
Charlestown Navy Yard with two square rigged ships and one steamship
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston drydock
USS Constitution - South Boston drydock
USS Constitution - South Boston drydock
USS Constitution Navy Yard, Boston
USS Constitution - South Boston drydock
Royal mail S.S. America, leaving Boston
Sail loft in the Boston Naval Shipyard
USS Constitution in South Boston drydock
New mast for old frigate. USS Constitution in South Boston.
New masts for USS Constitution - South Boston drydock
USS Constitution getting new masts at South Boston shipyard
USS Constitution getting new masts in South Boston shipyard
New mast for USS Constitution: South Boston drydock
USS Constitution leaving Navy Yard after reconditioning for new masts in South Boston drydock
Sub V-3 in Boston Navy Yard, Old Ironsides in rear
Sub V-3 in Boston Navy Yard, Old Ironsides in rear
Deck of the U.S.S. Wabash, 1876-1912
The U.S.S. Constitution, Bunker Hill Monument in the distance
U.S.S. Constitution "Old Ironsides"
The old style and the new
American S.S. Savannah
Comprehensive view of U.S. Navy Yard at Charlestown
The Captain Iron Clad
Cover of Nicholson's "Quick step"
View from Charlestown Navy Yard
"Old Ironsides" with all her spars set and not covered
View of the U.S.S. Wabash, the training ship in the Charlestown Navy Yard, used 1876-1912
Bowsprits of the frigate "Constitution" and the "Nantucket," Charlestown Navy Yard
Charlestown Navy Yard showing one ship's house and one battleship
The frigate "Constitution" at Charlestown Navy Yard
Invocation - commissioning of destroyer in 1944 in Charlestown Navy Yard.
Launching of U.S. steamer Merrimac
Navy Yard, with steam tender in foreground in 1907
Receiving ship Wabash, Navy Yard 1876-1912
Ship at Charlestown Navy Yard. About 1900
U.S.F. Constitution about 1905
U.S.F. Constitution in 1834
U.S.S. Chesapeake at Navy Yard