Pearl Harbor

Movietone News, “When ‘Arizona’s’ magazines exploded there was a roar that could be heard for miles. Then she was still,” December 7, 1941

Kelso Daly, “Brought from his bed by the thunder of exploding bombs, this pajama-clad islander has rushed out on his terrace to scan with binculars smoke-swept scene. Back and forth Jap planes roared, while at Pearl Harbor other bombs were falling from other planes,” December 6, 1941

PM, December 8, 1941, pp. 28-19

George Strock, “Brooklyn Navy Yard workers, volunteering for service at Pearl Harbor, are told goodby by their commandant,” 1942

Hansel Mieth, F.B.I. agent interrogating a Japanese woman in San Francisco immediately after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, 1941

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About erinbarnett

Assistant Curator, Collections at the International Center of Photography, New York
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One Response to Pearl Harbor

  1. These are great Erin! That one from the Brooklyn Navy Yard we think was taken in front of the old Marine Barracks. It was part of a complex designed by one of the architects of the capitol, Thomas Ustick Walter. Our new visitor’s center, BLDG 92, was also a part of that complex.

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