Below are several drawings I have come across during my time researching. Please DO NOT contact me for additional plans as I have none. Further plans will be posted as I come across them. Most are at posted at 150 DPI and should be more than adequate for most hobbyists; publishers or people wanting higher-resolution images should contact me.
USS Chicago Protected Cruiser CA-14 - 1894
This drawing was found in a collection of simple drawings at NARA II in College Park, Maryland. Originally launched in 1885, this drawing of the very first USS Chicago is dated 1894, before she went in for significant overhaul and re-arming.
Gleaves Class Destroyers
"Typical Destroyer - 1942"
DD-483 Aaron Ward
USS Maine ACR-1 - 1894
This drawing was found in a collection of simple drawings at NARA II in College Park, Maryland. It represents the ship essentially "as commissioned" in 1894.
USS Marblehead C-11 - 1893
This drawing was found in a collection of simple drawings at NARA II in College Park, Maryland. It represents the ship as commissioned in 1893.
Marblehead assisted in the invasion of Guantanamo bay during the Spanish-American War and patrolled the west coast of the US and Caribbean during the First World War.
USS San Francisco Protected Cruiser C-5 - 1894
This drawing was found in a collection of simple drawings at NARA II in College Park, Maryland. Originally launched in 1889, this drawing of the first USS Chicago is dated 1894 but is largely "as launched" in configuration.
USS SS-41 - L Class Submarine
The L class was the US Navy's first ocean-going submarine. Commissioned in September of 1916, her 28 officers and enlisted men could cruise for over 5,000 nautical miles on the surface and dive to 200 feet during attack runs. SS-41 was L-2, the second of the L class and served in the First World War, where she patrolled for German U-boats, attacking two in 1918 with unknown results.