Corsair (1891)
USS Gloucester

June 22, 1892: Corsair seen underway.
August 4, 1892: Corsair seen underway.
August 6, 1892: Corsair seen underway.
August 7, 1892: Corsair seen at Bar Harbor, Maine.
June 18, 1893: Corsair seen at anchor, location unknown.
August 2, 1897: Corsair seen at Glen Cove, New York.
Corsair seen underway in the 1890's.
USS Gloucester seen off New York in mid 1898.
May 24, 1898: USS Gloucester seen off the New York Naval Shipyard.
July 25, 1898: USS Gloucester seen in action at Guanica, Puerto Rico during the Spanish-American War.
Lt. Commander Richard Wainwright, the commanding officer of USS Gloucester during the Spanish-American War.
September 15, 1898: USS Gloucester seen arriving at Gloucester, Massachusetts for a port visit following the Spanish-American War.
September 15-18, 1898: USS Gloucester seen at Gloucester, Massachusetts for a port visit following the Spanish-American War.
October 25, 1898: USS Gloucester seen on the Delaware River passing the J. W. Paxton Company at Pier 45, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the fleet review at the Philadelphia Peace Jubilee.
October 14, 1912: USS Chester (left) USS Gloucester (center) and an unidentified Navy ship seen on the Hudson River, New York City during the Fleet Review.
October 14-15, 1912: USS Gloucester (left) firing a salute for President William Howard Taft embarked in the Presidential Yacht Mayflower during the New York Fleet Review.
USS Gloucester seen at New York Circa 1919.


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