Photographs, including reproductions and scans of drawings, illustrations, and images, depicting the U.S. Coast Guard and its five predecessor agencies: the Revenue Cutter Service, the Life-Saving Service, the Lighthouse Service, the Bureau of Navigation, and the Steamboat Inspection Service from the Coast Guard Archives and Special Collections, Coast Guard, and National Archives.

NOTE: Images provided are in the public domain.

Images & Photographs
A photo of the Revenue Cutter Manning firing at Spanish positions on Cabanas, Cuba in 1898.
A photo of the U.S. Revenue Cutter PERRY taken by James H. Eaton, of 285-1/2 First Street, Portland, Oregon. No date listed.
A photo of U.S. Revenue Cutter Perry at sea, no date.
A photo of U.S. Revenue Cutter Perry at anchor, no date.
A photo of officers and mascots aboard Revenue Cutter Perry
A photo of the wreck of US Revenue Cutter Perry off St. Paul Island, 1910.
"USRC Manning's raceboat crew (1902-1904) which used the Corwin's Gig now a classic. Left to right: Seaman 'Frenchie' Martinesen, Master-at-Arms Stranberg (Coxswain), Seaman Andreas Rynberg, Magnus Jensen, and Franze Rynberg."
The coaling crew from USCGC BEAR in Unalaska, July, 1918
A series of photos taken during World War II of the African-American crewman stationed at LBS Tiana during the war.
No caption information available; three crewmen of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Tahoma on liberty.
No caption information available; Crewmen aboard USRC Rush, no date
Christmas Dinner on board Revenue Cutter Bear
Crew of an unnamed Revenue Cutter
Five women OCS candidates aboard USCGC Unimak, the first women assigned to sea duty, 1973.
A photo of a group of SPARs in 1972
A portrait photo of Rear Admiral Carlton Moore, USCGR (Retired)
Admiral Charles D. Michel, USCG Vice Commandant of the Coast Guard Promoted to admiral on May 24, 2016
Portrait photo of Admiral Charles Ray, USCG
A photo of the Coast Guard aviation students at Pensacola on 22 March 1917
A photo of U.S. Revenue Cutter Algonquin, no date.