Thank you for all your kind compliments!
erik_t: You are a keen observer, but you're wrong, however. It's not the OE-82C, but rather an unknown SatCom installation, which also can be seen on several contemporary cruisers, such as the Little Rock. It looks very much like the later OE-82C, but is of a much earlier, apparently experimental, design. I have yet to identify it. You're right in one respect, for which I ultimately bear the full responsibility for: I used a shortcut illustrating it, by using my own OE-82C drawing, since I have yet to find enough detailed photos of this installation to enable me to draw it properly. Your technical drawings are wonderful, however, and I am greatly appreciative that you posted them!
As for the OE-82/WSC-1 (V), that is the square one, with four pin-shaped receivers/transmitters - it's there! Usually during this period, US flagship equipped cruisers carried one; they were never at this time doubled or paired as was the custom later (cf the DLGNS/CGNs of the California-class). You just need to find it!