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
Lt. (j.g.) Beverly Kelley, first woman to command a U.S. military vessel, on the bridge of the 95-foot cutter Cape Newagen. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)
Partial section of the painting “Coast Guard Rescue,” by Paul Rendel showing the stormy sea state during the nighttime rescue of the Terry T. (U.S. Coast Guard)
Vintage black and white image of Lightship 70 marking the entrance to San Francisco Bay. (U.S. Lighthouse Service)
.  Photo of Menhaden fishing vessels about to be converted to naval vessels for wartime service. (Naval History and Heritage Command)
Official photograph of Capt. Walter Handy in dress blues not long before his retirement in 1971. (Courtesy of the Handy family)
Part of a panoramic photograph of Nome, with the small white Nome Boat Station located in the center. Note the proximity of the boathouse to the open beach and the degree of exposure to high seas. (Library of Congress)
Coast Guard Cutter Victory in heavy surf.
RDML Stephen E. Mehling
RADM Christopher J. Tomney
RADM David G. Throop
RDML Todd A. Sokalzuk
RADM Joseph A. Servidio
RADM Stephen P. Metruck
John H. Korn
RDML James M. Heinz
RDML Michael J. Haycock
RDML Kevin S. Cook
RDML Steven J. Andersen
VADM Marshall Lytle, USCG
RADM Richard Gromlich, USCG