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|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 (Cruiser # 4) at anchor, New York, during the Columbian Naval Parade, 27 April 1893. Photographer unknown.
Image courtesy DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.
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|
USS Philadelphia (C 4) at the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, while serving as receiving ship, 1 October 1911.
U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo #NH 42606
Philadelphia (Cruiser #4) (left) and USS Charleston at Puget Sound Navy Yard prior to World War I, when Philadelphia served as a receiving ship. Note the contrast between Charleston’s brightly painted hull and her drab stacks.
Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph #NH 92172)
|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|
|Mead, William Whitman, CAPT||1865||RADM||02/20/1900 - 01/07/1902|
|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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