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|140k||USS Whitney (AD-4) on a preliminary trial run near Boston Navy Yard, 7 October 1924.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, Photo # Unknown, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|80k||USS Whitney (AD-4) with USS Lamson (DD-328) alongside, in the Hudson River, New York, at 1000 Hrs., 2 May 1927. Several other destroyers are in the background, among them are USS Bruce (DD-329) at right.
US Navy photo # NH 45093.
|22k||USS Whitney (AD-4) moored to a buoy at San Diego, 7 October 1932. Her boats are alongside, and the masts of four "flushdeck" destroyers can be seen beyond her.
US Navy photo # NH 65007.
|US Naval Historical Center|
|242k||USS Whitney (AD-4) at anchor, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|109k||USS Whitney (AD-4) passing through the Panama Canal in 1936.||Cliff Coffey|
|94k||USS Whitney (AD-4) anchored in the Hawaiian Islands during the 1937 Fleet Problem XVIII.
US Navy and Marine Corps Museum/Naval Aviation Museum, Photo #1997.277.071.010
|75k||USS Whitney (AD-4) moored, date and location unknown||Jerry C. Lester for his father
James C. Lester BT2/c USS Whitney 1932-38
|63k||USS Whitney (AD-4) at anchor in San Diego Bay, 1939
US Navy photo.
|Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.|
|92k||Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941. View taken around 0926 hrs. in the morning of 7 December, from an automobile on the road in the Aiea area, looking about WSW with destroyer moorings closest to the camera. In the center of the photograph are:
USS Dobbin (AD-3), with destroyers
USS Hull (DD-350),
USS Dewey (DD-349),
USS Worden (DD-352) and
USS MacDonough (DD-351) alongside.
The ship just to the left of that group is USS Phelps (DD-360), which got underway on two boilers around 0926 hrs.
The group further to the right consists of:
USS Whitney (AD-4), with destroyers
USS Conyngham (DD-371),
USS Reid (DD-369),
USS Tucker (DD-374),
USS Case (DD-370) and
USS Selfridge (DD-357) alongside.
USS Solace (AH-5) is barely visible at the far left.
US National Archives photo # 80_G-33045 a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|103k||USS Whitney (AD-4) moored behind torpedo nets at Pearl Harbor, 17 April 1942. Four of her eight 5"/51 guns have been removed and her anti-aircraft battery has been strengthened.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, Photo # 19-N-34732, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|22k||USS Whitney (AD-4) tending destroyers at San Diego, CA., date unknown.
US Navy photo
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret|
|91k||USS Whitney (AD-4) underway, date and location unknown||Jon Burdett|
|42k||Overhead view of USS Whitney (AD-4) underway with tugs alongside, date and location unknown.||Robert Hurst|
|01||CAPT. White, Richard Drace||2 September 1924 - 12 May 1925|
|02||CAPT. Nichols, Neil Ernest||12 May 1925 - 11 June 1927|
|03||CAPT. Giles, William Jefferson||11 June 1927 - 8 June 1929|
|04||CAPT. Ancrum, William||8 June 1929 - 9 May 1930|
|05||CAPT. Anderson, Leslie Barratt||9 May 1930 - 5 June 1932|
|06||CAPT. Brown, Alfred Winsor||5 June 1932 - 20 February 1935|
|07||CAPT. McKinney, Stephen Booth||20 February 1935 - 11 June 1935|
|08||CDR. Lee, William Henry||11 June 1935 - 1 July 1936|
|09||CDR. Dessez, John Harrison||1 July 1936 - 1936|
|10||CDR. Roesch, Herbert Otto||17 June 1937 - ?|
|11||CAPT. Wadsworth Jr., Alexander Scammel||30 April 1938 - ?|
|12||CAPT. Godwin, Donald Clark||28 May 1938 - 1939|
|13||CDR. Corn, William Anderson|| 31 May 1940 - 30 June 1941|
|14||CDR. Pigman, Nathaniel Moore||30 June 1941 - 17 June 1942|
|15||CDR. Campbell, Colin||17 June 1942 - 8 October 1942|
|16||CAPT. Parks, Gordon Bennet||8 October 1942 - 29 January 1944|
|17||CAPT. Swain, Charles Davis||29 January 1944 - 8 August 1945|
|18||CDR. Nonweiler, Karl Herman||8 August 1945 - 15 December 1945|
|19||CDR. Wood, Robert Winthrop||15 December 1945 - 20 September 946|
|20||LCDR. Lickwar, John||20 September 1946 - 22 October 1946|
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