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This collection of art and historical writings are published by Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette.
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This is my painting of the USS Constitution. Disclaimer: There may be some errors and mistakes in the stories below. This section of my web library is not yet complete. I am far from finished. The many drawings below of the Constitution, cannon and nautical stuff are images I have scanned. They were all done … Continue reading USS Constitution
This is the original painting of the USS John F. Kennedy USS John F. Kennedy, 12×18″ Poster Print $14.95 USS John F. Kennedy CV-67 By Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette with research by: Lieutenant Walter Matthews, Public Affairs Officer, United States Navy The carrier John F. Kennedy (CV-67) was named after the 35th President of the … Continue reading USS John F. Kennedy
There are 600 limited edition prints in this series. Print size is 12×18.” The next twenty-five orders will also receive the book below that has been autographed by the artist. Poster Print $14.95 My print was used in a book about the Lexington! I have 25 of these books that I will autograph and give … Continue reading USS Lexington
12×18″ Price; $14.95 Shipping; $6.00 anywhere in the world. The USS Saratoga CVA 60 is more than an American aircraft carrier it is a continuous line of legionary United States Navy fighting ships sailing and fighting under the name, Saratoga since the very beginning of this country. The carrier was stationed at Mayport Naval Air … Continue reading USS Saratoga CVA 60
The Oklahoma was the second of two battleships built in the “Nevada” class. The hull was laid and the ship built at the New York Shipbuilding located at Camden, New Jersey. The ship was launched on March 23, 1914 and finally commissioned into the United States Navy in May of 1916. The battleship was typical … Continue reading U.S.S. Oklahoma, BB-37
When ship was designed it was a new style of battlewagon for its time. Officially the battlewagon was listed as BB-39 or battleship number thirty-nine. It was the second of two battleships that were classified as the “ Pennsylvania ” class type of battleships. You can best use the word battleship for this class and … Continue reading U.S.S. Arizona, BB-39