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|62k||United States Lines' SS Washington in the final stages of construction in a fitting out berth at the New York Shipbuilding Company's shipyard in Camden, NJ, February 1933.||Scott at LBS Products|
|532k||United States Lines' SS Washington Farewell Dinner menu, 29 May 1934.||Tommy Trampp|
|21k||SS Washington , postcard image.||Scott at LBS Products|
|75k||Line drawing in color of the United States Lines' SS Washington.||Scott at LBS Products|
|142k||Post card image of the United States Lines' SS Washington underway, circa 1951, location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|150k||Post card image of the United States Lines' SS Washington underway, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|210k||United States Lines' SS Washington at anchor, date and location unknown.
Photo from "Passenger Liners of the World Since 1893" (1979) by Nicholas T. Cairis.
|186k||USAT Washington underway, date and location unknown. She is in Army markings during the few weeks of 1941 after she was acquired from the United States Lines and before she was handed over to the Navy where she became USS Mount Vernon (AP-22).
US Army Military History Institute photo. Photo and text from "U.S. Army Ships and Watercraft of World War II", by Donald H. Grover
|USS Mount Vernon (AP-22)
|53k||Mount Vernon (AP-22), date and place unknown.||Robert E. Houle, CM2c, SSMT1c and Joseph R. Houle CCM former crew members|
|65k||Mount Vernon (AP-22) at speed. date and place unknown.||Robert E. Houle, CM2c, SSMT1c and Joseph R. Houle CCM former crew members|
|822k||USS Mount Vernon (AP-22) underway off of San Francisco, 15 March 1943. Photo taken from an airship belonging to Lighter-than-Air Squadron (ZP-31) from NAS Santa Ana.||Robert Hurst|
|Click on the Mount Vernon Cruise Book to see the story of this World War II transport||Robert E. Houle, CM2c, SSMT1c and Joseph R. Houle CCM former crew members|
Captain D. B. Beary, U.S. Navy
(now Rear Admiral commanding)
16 June 1941 TO 11 June 1942
Captain P. P. Powell, U.S. Navy (13)
(now Commodore commanding)
11 June 1942 TO 23 November 1943
Captain E. P. Eldredge, U.S. Navy
23 November 1943 TO 15 November 1945
Captain S. H. Thompson, USNR.
15 November 1945 TO 15 January 1946
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