DD-521 was photographed in 32/6D in early 1944 while assigned to Alaska Command, later was photographed in 32/13D at Mare Island on 10/5/44, even though assigned 32/18D in 10/11/43 ComServPac letter #0937 to the Bureau of Ships.
USS Kimberly (DD-521) is shown from the bow at Mare Island on October 5, 1944. Kimberly probably was just painted in 32/13D. Photo source: NARA BS 125998.
A stern view of Kimberly from the same series as the previous bow view on October 5, 1944. This view shows the extra panels on the stern. These are the only surviving archive prints from this series, others may still be saved as negatives. Photo source: NARA BS 126004.
USS Kimberly (DD-521) is seen from the starboard side at Mare Island on April 26, 1945, wearing camouflage 32/13D. Kimberly had been hit by a kamikaze on March 26, 1945; the markings on the photo show the damaged areas. Photo source: NARA 19-G-811-DD521-1.