File:USS Ellis (DD-154) passing under the Brooklyn Bridge in the 1930s.jpg

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The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Ellis (DD-154) passing under the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City. Ellis was in commission for three periods: 7 June 1919 to 17 June 1922, 1 May 1930 to 16 December 1936, and 16 October 1939 to 31 October 1945. The photo was taken in the 1930s, due to the style of the hull number.

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Source Official U.S. Navy photo NH 67731 from the U.S. Navy Naval History and Heritage Command
Author U.S. Navy

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