11 images. Canadian destroyer escort "Nootka", 7 August 1951. Commander A.B. Fraser-Harris; "Rummy" (sea-going mascot); Lloyd Halpin (seaman); Ranney O'Laney (seaman).; Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Note: After I made shots of Canadian D.E. showing her tying up to dock, looking from stern forward, the Commanding Officer requested that we do not use that particular shot as some highly classified secret gear had not been properly covered and would be of comfort to the enemy. All other shots from bow and beams are approved for release. No. 1 and 2: Commander A.B. Fraser-Harris, DSC, commanding the Canadian Destroyer Escort Nootka is shown leaving ship to call on Captain J.Y. Dannenberg, Naval Base Commandant, just after Nootka, first Canadian man-o-war with Korea duty behind her to return to Los Angeles Harbor. Ship is en route to base at Halifax, was in port only day. Nos. 3-4: 'Rummy' sea-going mascot picked up by shore party in Korea operation, is shown with beard champions left, Lloyd Halpin, 22, of Ottawa, Ont., A/B, and Ranney O'Laney, 23, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, A/B. Note Japanese paper flying fish kite which ship flew as 'homeward bound pennant' in background. Other shots show general scenes as Canadian Destroyer Escort, Nootka, (named for East Coast Indian tribe) docks from Korea for brief stay en route home, Halifax, Nova Scotia".