Fredericksburg 1943 HA-19 on tour
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A friend was going through deceased parents photos and found this:
Judging by the cars, the Nimitz Hotel I'm guessing the date was around 1944.

HA-19
Fredericksburg, Texas, birthplace of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, during a national War Bond tour, circa 1943. HA-19 was captured on 8 December 1941, after it unsuccessfully attempted to enter Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack on the previous day.
The Hotel Nimitz is in the background.
Note police cars, Boy Scouts and truck (from the Bigge Drayage Co., Oakland, California).

Collection of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Seated in an automobile, while touring the Mare Island Navy Yard in 1942. With him are Vice Admiral John W. Greenslade, Commander 12th Naval District, and Rear Admiral Wilhelm L. Friedell, Commandant Mare Island Navy Yard. Secret Servicemen are on duty around the car.
In the background is the Japanese midget submarine HA-19, which had been captured on 8 December 1941, immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor. During World War II, it was taken around the country on War Bond tours.