I am just posting this album of my grandfather’s, Phillip B Hutton. I only know as of now without further researching that he was in the Navy, I have a photo of him in a sailor uniform. There was a huge framed photo that was always in their home that said “In remembrance of my cruise in the Phillipines. There were some military patches in the frame and a picture of him in uniform along with a ship. This is an album of his. Below is the cover which is black as you can tell and it says Logalbum U.S.S. Raleigh.
There were a lot of these diary pages just loosely inside the cover.
The best that I can make out the writing on this page is as follows: Copenhagen Denmark. U.S.S. Raleigh July 1924 and on the other side…Copenhagen Denmark 1924.
I hope that you can make these out. They are fading. I would welcome any comments that you may have.
I will add more photos later.
** Since posting this, I received a comment from someone as follows:
The USS Raleigh was a light cruiser that saw action in WWII. She was moored at Pearl Habor on December 7th, 1941 and was hit by one japanese torpedo in her #2 boiler room. There was no loss of life. She was decommissioned at the end of the war, interesting history!