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|USAT Henry Gibbins
Text and photo: U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum
|163k||USAT Henry Gibbins underway, date and location unknown. Original photo printed as a postcard.||Tommy Trampp|
|81k||USAT Henry Gibbins underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo.
|92k||USAT Henry Gibbins underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|William Zarkas, Retired MSC Boatswain
President, MSC Retiree Association
|46k||USAT Henry Gibbins underway, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|Courtesy Mass. Maritime Academy|
|USNS Henry Gibbins (T-AP-183)
|81k||USNS Henry Gibbins (T-AP-183) shipboard newspaper "Gibbins Express", 22 December 1953.||Al Heiden|
|384k||USNS Henry Gibbins (T-AP-183) underway in heavy seas, location unknown, circa 1956.||Gerhard Mueller-Debus|
|TS Empire State IV
|214k||TS Empire State IV departing the New York Maritime Academy at Fort Schuyler, N.Y. in June 1960 on the ships' first cruise as the training ship Empire State IV.
Photo courtesy New York Maritime Academy
|751k||TS Empire State IV approaching the Throggs Neck Bridge (under construction) near New York State Maritime College, circa June, 1960.||Frank R. Liese|
|227k||TS Empire State IV passing under the Throggs Neck bridge (under construction) in June 1960 while outbound to sea during the ships' first cruise as the training ship Empire State IV.||Frank R. Liese|
|247k||TS Empire State IV moored at Dublin Ireland, circa July 1960.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|216k||TS Empire State IV moored at Amsterdam, Netherlands, circa July 1960.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|177k||TS Empire State IV shares a Mediterranean mooring site with the barqentine, Palinuro, at Naples Italy, circa July, !960. The tall ship Palinuro is an Italian Naval training vessel, still in service fifty two years after this photo was taken.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|195k||TS Empire State IV tied up at the quay wall, Copenhagen, Denmark, circa July 1961.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|153k||TS Empire State IV at anchor, Oslo Norway, circa July or August 1962.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|140k||TS Empire State IV moored at moored in Malaga Spain, circa July 1962.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|153k||TS Empire State IV moored to buoy at Villefranche, France, circa July 1962.||Photo by Frank R. Liese|
|963k||Frank Liese in the boiler room of TS Empire State IV changing burners, circa June 1960. The ship was equipped with two Foster Wheeler "K" type boilers operating at 450 psi and 700 F. The burner system was Todd return flow.||Frank R. Liese|
|133k||TS Empire State IV on Long Island Sound, shortly after departing the New York State Maritime College, circa June 1961.||Frank R. Liese|
|227k||TS Empire State IV on Long Island Sound, returning the New York State Maritime College, circa August 1962.||Frank R. Liese|
|240k||TS Empire State IV anchored at Genoa, Italy in July 1962.||Photo by Carlo Martinelli|
|70k||TS Empire State IV moored pierside, Southhampton, England, date unknown.||Photo by Carlo Martinelli|
|53k||Ex-USNS Henry Gibbins (T-AP-183) underway as the New York State Maritime Academy's TS Empire State IV on the River Weser, leaving Bremen, Germany in July 1971.||Photo by Gerhard Mueller-Debus|
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