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Hamburg American Line
|66k||SS Nicaria in port with barges alongside handling cargo or coal. The German flag is on her stern and the Hamburg-American Line house flag is on her main mast.
Photo courtesy Shipscribe
|USS Pensacola (ID-2078)
|51k||Pensacola (ID 2078) moored the Charleston, South Carolina, Navy Yard, 3 October 1917, five days before her commissioning. Ash Lighter No. 29 is alongside.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 44476.
|73k||USS Pensacola (ID 2078) moored pierside at Philadelphia Navy Yard, 28 June 1918. Pensacola was at Philadelphia for repairs between 12 and 29 June. Note her camouflage paint scheme.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 50186
|97k||USS Pensacola (ID 2078) moored at Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, 18 August 1919, at the 1010-foot wharf. The ship is still displaying her name on her bridge front, as many ships of the Naval Overseas Transportation Service did during World War I.
US. Naval History and Heritage Command photo #: NH 105294
|USS Pensacola (AG-13)
|146k||USS Pensacola (AG-13) anchored at Guam as station ship, 13 November 1924, shortly before returning to San Francisco for
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # 80-G-651782, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|01||LCDR. Marcus, Frederick, USNRF||8 October 1917 - 1920|
|03||LCDR. Coburn, Harris Cutler, USNRF||1920 - 9 October 1921|
|04||LCDR. Berman, Joseph Martin, USNRF||9 October 1921 - 28 March 1922|
|05||LCDR. Lowry, Frank Jacob, USN (USNA 1911) :VADM||28 March 1922 - ?|
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