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|91k||USS Iroquois at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA, 24 August 1898. Note damage to building in right background caused by an earthquake in March 1898.
US Navy photo NH 53272 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
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|231k||USS Iroquois at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., circa 1899. Note the photo is mislabeled Vigilant.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo # NH 71714
|239k||Newspaper photo of USS Iroquois on a Marine Railway in the San Francisco Bay area, 17 May 1901||Mike Mohl|
|690k||USS Iroquois preparing to depart Honolulu for Midway, 28 May 1903.
Photo and article from "The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Honolulu", 28 May 1903.
|120k||USS Iroquois at Naval Station. Honolulu, T.H., circa 1903-1904, while she was station ship there. Probably photographed from USS New York (Armored Cruiser # 2). Note Diamond Head visible in the left center distance.
US Navy photo # NH 102107 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, collection of Martin Fenne.
|82k||USS Iroquois underway off Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., 25 April 1914. The stern of the cruiser USS Cleveland is visible as well as the stern of an unidentified ship. Riding at anchor is another unknown ship.
US Navy photo.
|183k||USS Iroquois alongside USS Jupiter off Mare Island Navy Yard, 1913-1914.||David Wright|
|74k||USS Iroquois underway off Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CAl prior to World War I.
US Navy photo # NH 79003 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, courtesy of Donald M. McPherson, 1974.
|89k||USS Iroquois at Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, WA,, 17 March 1921. Several destroyers are in the background, and an ammunition lighter is at the right.
US Navy photo # NH 53274 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command.
|01||LT. Turner, Laurin Hamilton||6 July 1898 - 11 April 1899|
|02||LT. Pond, Charles Fremont, USN (USNA 1898)||11 April 1899 - 11 April 1901|
|03||LT. Rodman, Hugh, USN (1880) :ADM||11 April 1901 - 8 August 1903|
|04||LCDR. Niblack, Albert Parker, USN (USNA 1880) :VADM||8 August 1903 - 5 October 1903|
|05||LCDR. Houston, Victor Stuart||5 October 1903 - 11 May 1905|
|06||CHBOSN. Muller, Fred||11 May 1905 - 29 December 1907|
|07||LCDR. Carter, James Francis||29 December 1907 - 20 October 1909|
|08||LCDR. Moses, Sanford Elwood, USN (USNA 1892)||20 October 1909 - 15 October 1914|
|09||CHBOSN. Bruce, Frank||15 October 1914 - 28 November 1914|
|10||LT. Shapley, Helmar Harlow||28 November 1914 - 15 December 1917|
|11||LT. Giddens, William Robert||15 December 1917 - 1 January 1918|
|12||LT. Donovan, George Michael||1 January 1818 - 13 February 1922|
|13||BOSN. Merryman, Robert Henson||13 February 1922 - 7 March 1924|
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