24 images. Arrival of USS New Jersey at Long Beach from Korea, 7 December 1951. Mrs. Virginia Sutton; Mrs. R. E. Acrea; Melinda Beaver, 8 1/2; Mrs. E.E. Beaver; Edward E. Veit, Aviation Storekeeper; Phyllis Veit, wife; Kathleen Veit, 9 months, daughter; Richard G. Earl, Pattern Maker Third Class; Dorothy Earl, wife; Lieutenant and Mrs. C.E. Springer Junior; Pamela Michele Springer, 22 months; Mrs. P.L. Walters, mother of Mrs. Veit; Captain F.D. McCorble; Congressman Clyde Doyle.; Caption slips read: "Photographer: Lapp. Date: 12-07. Reporter: McDowell. Assignment: USS New Jersey arrival. #17, 10: Aviation storekeeper Edward A. Veit greets his wife, Phyllis, and daughter, Kathleen, 9 mos. whom he had never seen. He'd been at sea on battleship New Jersey 11 mos. Also in picture is wife's mother, Mrs. P.L. Walters. The Veits live at 1378 E. Windsor Avenue, Glendale. #18: Pattern Maker 3rd class Richard G. Earl meets wife, Dorothy, as battleship New Jersey docks after 7 months action in Korea. The Earl's live at 1235 Eastman St., East Los Angeles. 28: Mrs. Virgina Sutton; Mrs. R.E. Acrea, son-in-law. 29: Melinda Beaver, 8 1/2, looking for her father; Mrs. E.E. Beaver (mother). General view of USS New Jersey docking".; Another caption slip reads: "Photographer: Gershon. Date: 12-07. Reporter: McDowell. Assignment: New Jersey. Holders 20 & 34: Lt. and Mrs. C.E. Springer, Jr. with Pamela Michele, 22 months. He hadn't seen baby 1 1/2 years. Holder 102: Capt. F.D. McCorble at mike during ceremonies. Congressman Doyle at mike, Capt. in background".