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Oral history conducted by Ellen Lomonaco with Martin Kos in Tucson, Arizona on December 19, 1984. Mr. Kos was a member of the original USS Arizona crew in 1918, making him a plank owner.

Oral history conducted by Ellen Lomonaco with Joe Potenza in Tucson, Arizona, May 31, 1984 and June 21, 1984. Mr. Potenza was on board the USS Arizona from 1928 to 1932. He was in the engineering division and on the football team and the rowing crew…

Oral history conducted by Ellen Lomonaco with Charles Jackson in Tucson, Arizona on February 27, 1984. Mr. Jackson was on the staff of Admiral Kimmel at Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, HI by Japan on December 7, 1941. He was…

USS Arizona Passing Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, New York City, NY.

Construction workers carefully place the ship's bell of the USS Arizona as a crane lowers it into its new home, the University of Arizona Student Union Memorial Center

A group of gentlemen identified only as "the Hawaiian team" hangs a wreath on the ship's bell of the USS Arizona in the presence of UA President Alfred Atkinson in the bell tower at the UA Student Union.

Workmen finish the installation of the USS Arizona's ship's bell in the University of Arizona bell tower at the Student Union.

Dr. Richard Harvill, left, accepts an official US Navy photo of the USS Arizona and USS Arizona .

Presentation of USS Arizona bell by Rear Admiral Milton E. Mills to Dr. Alfred Atkinson, President of University of Arizona.

The Arizona Launched at the New York Navy Yard
This great battleship, sister ship of the Pennsylvania, was constructed and launched at the New York Navy Yard. Each of these great ships has a displacement of 31,400 tons and a speed of 21 knots. The…

The foremast of the USS Arizona toppled forward into the cavity created by the explosion of her forward powder magazine.

The USS Arizona's forward powder magazine explodes at 8:10 a.m. on the morning of the Pearl Harbor attack.

The USS Arizona burns after bombs hit her powder magazine. Her foremast collapsed into the void left by the explosion

Fires burn on three battleships in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack as fire crews attempt to save the ships in the lower right. The ships are, from right to left- USS Arizona, USS Tennessee and USS West Virginia.

This photograph was taken by a Japanese naval aviator in the first moments of the Pearl Harbor attack. A very high plume of water is visible between USS Oklahoma and USS West Virginia on the far side of Ford Island. Also visible is a Japanese Val…

From the Public Information Office, Fourteenth Naval District: Memorial services and plaque honor dead aboard USS Arizona. The sunken hulk of the battleship USS Arizona was the site for memorial services and the unveiling of a plaque in honor of the…

Fourth Anniversary Ball, USS Arizona, at the Hotel Astor in New York. Ball took place in November, 1920.

The USS Arizona at sea. A photograph of the Battleship Arizona taken in 1935, which was an official Navy photo.

Photograph of the USS Arizona, officers and crew taken at in San Francisco, California, 1928 by Mrs. Signel Anderson.

Column of battleships at sea. USS Arizona and USS Nevada, first and second in line.
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