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|85k||Keel laying of the S-7 (SS-112) at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine, 29 January 1918. Note the riveting hammers held by the two officers at right and the man in the middle, and hot rivet tongs held by the young men at left, and the metal tags on their clothing.||USNHC photograph # NH 46544.|
|307k||Awnings don the S-7 (SS-112) with the non-commissioned S-9 (SS-114) alongside, Portsmouth Navy Yard, October 1920.||USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|534k|| S-7 (SS-112) sailed from New London, Conn., on 18 November 1920 to rendezvous with S-boats of SubDiv 18 and her own division, SubDiv 12, off New Hampshire. They proceeded via the Panama Canal to Hawaii, arriving at Pearl Harbor on 15 April 1921.
In this photo S-7 with the company of two other S-boats wait to transit the Panama Canal.
|Text courtesy of DANFS.|
Photo courtesy of David Wright.
|212k||Four leg horse power meets the battery driven kind in this circa 1921 photo of the S-6 (SS-111) & S-7 (SS-112) in China.||Photo courtesy of Charles J. Townsend via his son, Jim Townsend.|
|223k||Stern view of the S-7 (SS-112) with the S-6 (SS-111) & S-8 (SS-113) docked ahead somewhere on the Pacific coast during the mid 1920's.||Photo courtesy of Charles J. Townsend via his son, Jim Townsend.|
|766k||Five S boats at dock: From outboard to inboard: S-9 (SS-114), S-7 (SS-112), & S-3 (SS-107) forward, behind are two unindentified S boats.||Photo courtesy of texashistory.unt.edu via Daniel Hacker.|
|142k||S-7 (SS-112) rising from the harbor floor, possibly at Mare Island, circa 1925.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|103k||The Submarine Tender Holland (AS-3) in port, with several S-boats type submarines alongside, circa 1926.
Note the Submarine Division Eleven insignia on the fairwaters of the two inboard subs.
Submarines present are (from inboard to outboard):
S-6 (SS-111) &
S-8 (SS-113) .
|USNHC photograph # NH 53436.|
|221k||Starboard view of the S-7 (SS-112) underway, during the 1920s.||USN photo # 19-N-20291, from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), courtesy of Daniel Dunham.|
|115k||The Submarine Tender Camden (AS-6)
photographed circa the middle or later 1920s, with ten S-boats alongside. The submarines are (on Camden's starboard side, from left to right):
S-18 (SS-123) & unidentified Electric Boat type S-boat;
S-12 (SS-117); and an unidentified Government type S-boat.
On Camden'sport side, from left to right:
Unidentified Government type S-boat;
S-8 (SS-113) ;
S-9 (SS-114); and
|Collection of Vice Admiral Dixwell Ketcham, USN. USNHC photograph NH 100459.|
|54k||S-7 (SS-112) passing Mercy (AH-4) in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, February 1928.||Photographed by Tauzin. USNHC photograph # NH 41897.|
|581k||Officers and crew of submarines S-7 (SS-112), S-6 (SS-111), S-4 (SS-109), & S-8 (SS-113) are lined up on deck during inspection.||Photo courtesy of gallica.bnf.fr via Daniel Hacker.|
|425k||S-3 (SS-107), S-6 (SS-111), S-7 (SS-112), S-8 (SS-113), S-9 (SS-114) going out of commission at Philadelphia Navy Yard, 23 October 1930.||Photo courtesy of the Boston Public Library, Leslie Jones Collection via Sean Hert & flickr.com.|
|67k||These O type and S type submarines which were used during the World War have since been decommissioned and are now laid up in the Phila. Navy Yard. The peaceful surroundings are quite a contrast to those of their active war days. They are pictured here on 17 July 1936.
The S-10 (SS-115) was decommissioned on the day this photo was taken at Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA. and laid up in the Reserve Fleet.
Pictured also are any of the following boats that were at the PNY during this time.
The O boats:O-1 (SS-62), O-2 (SS-63), O-3 (SS-64), O-6 (SS-67), O-7 (SS-68), O-8 (SS-69), O-9 (SS-70), O-10 (SS-71).
The S boats: S-6 (SS-111), S-7 (SS-112), S-8 (SS-113), S-9 (SS-114), S-11 (SS-116), S-12 (SS-117), S-13 (SS-118), S-14 (SS-119), S-15 (SS-120), S-16 (SS-121), S-17 (SS-122) & S-48 (SS-159).
|Photo & text courtesy of A.P. Wire courtesy of philly.com.|
|554k||OLD WARRIOR JOIN THE SCRAP;
"These decommissioned U.S. submarines, built between 1917 and 1921, have been towed from the Philadelphia Navy Yard up the Deleware River to be junked. They will add some 4,430 tons to the nation's depleted scrap pile."
It is possible that these subs are the S-3 (SS-107), S-6 (SS-111), S-7 (SS-112), S-8 (SS-113), S-9 (SS-114).
They were all struck from the Navy list on 25 January 1937 and subsequently scrapped, date unknown.
|Photo from the Vallejo Times Herald, Vallejo, California, 25 October 1942 courtesy of Darryl L. Baker.|
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