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|24k||Starboard Bow, Undated.||USN|
|439k||At anchor location unknown, circa 1890's.||John Chiquoine|
Port bow view of the USS Philadelphia (C 4) in 1892-1893.
Library of Congress, Photo #LC-D4-20878
|Colin P. Varga/Mike Green|
USS Philadelphia (C 4) at anchor, in 1892.
Imperial War Museum photo.
USS Philadelphia (C 4) - Halftone photograph, copyright 1892 by J.S. Johnston, New York, and published in Uncle Sam's Navy, 1898. middle or later 1890s.
U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph #NH 42603.
USS Philadelphia (C 4) Photographed by Thomas, Port Angeles, Washington, during the middle or later 1890s. Collection of Rear Admiral Ammen Farenholt, USN(MC), 1931.
U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph #NH 42604.
Port bow on view of the USS Philadelphia (C 4) at anchor with boats out between 1890-1901 at an unknown location .
Library of Congress, LC-D4-20099
Starboard broadside image of the USS Philadelphia (C 4) underway between 1890-1901 at an unknown location.
Library of Congress, LC-D4-20094
|285k||The USS Philadelphia (C 4) is at the seawall at Mare Island in Dec 1899.||Darryl Baker|
|321k||Bow view of the USS Philadelphia (C 4) is in the Mare Island channel on 5 Dec 1899.||Darryl Baker|
|322k||Stern view of the USS Philadelphia (C 4) is in the Mare Island channel on 5 Dec 1899.||Darryl Baker|
|472k||Bow view of the USS Philadelphia (C 4) is in the Mare Island channel on 14 Aug 1902. Mare Island is in the backgrond.||Darryl Baker|
|24k||Philadelphia as IX 24. While undated, this picture is after May 1904 when she was designated a receiving ship at Puget Sound Navy Yard.||Gunter Krebs|
|225k||Undated image of the receiving ship USS Philadelphia (IX-24) at her moorings, in Puget Sound.||Robert Hurst|
|269k||Postcard of Philadelphia between May 1904 and November 1912 or January 1916 and November 1926 when she was used as a Receiving Ship at Bremerton Washington.||Tommy Trampp|
|Bradford, Robert Forbes, CAPT||1852||07/28/1890 - 09/22/1890|
|Rodgers, Frederick, CDR||1861||09/22/1890 -|
|Barker, Albert Smith, CAPT||1861||07/06/1892 -|
|Cotton, Charles Stanhope, CAPT||1861||RADM||08/24/1894|
|Decommissioned||12/18/1897 - 07/09/1898|
|Wadliegh, George Henry, CAPT||1864||07/01/1898 -|
|White, Edwin, CAPT||07/09/1898 - 12/18/1897|
|Reiter, George Cook, CAPT||1865||11/07/1899|
|Reisinger, William Wagner, CAPT||1866||01/07/1902 - 09/22/1902|
|Perkins, Charles Plummer, CDR||1869||12/29/1902|
|Doyle, Robert Morris, CDR||1875|
|Sherman, Francis Howland, CDR||1876||01/03/1907|
|Bertolette, Levi Calvin, CDR||1887||01/03/1910|
|Bradshaw, George Brown, CDR||1889||09/11/1911|
|Washington, Thomas, CAPT||1887||12/05/1913|
|Tozer, Charles Mason, CDR||10/02/1916|
|Shapley, Lloyd Stowell, CAPT||1899||11/24/1918|
|Hinds, Alfred Walton, CAPT||1894||04/28/1919|
|Fewel, Christopher Catron, CDR||1893||05/14/1919|
|Willson, James David, CDR||1903||08/05/1921|
(Courtesy of Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves - Photos courtesy of Bill Gonyo)
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