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|152k||Civilian tug SS Sea Rover was a sea-going tug built in 1902 for use in towing along the Pacific coast and in San Francisco Bay and was one of the earlier oil-fired tugs on the West Coast. These plans were published in the January 1903 issue of the journal Marine Engineering along with a description of the new tug.
|106k||Photo of civilian tug SS Sea Rover published in the January 1903 issue of the journal Marine Engineering in an article describing the new tug.
|66k||Color-tinted photograph of the civilian tug SS Sea Rover taken prior to World War I, probably in San Francisco Bay.
US Navy photo # NH 103409-KN from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.
|01||LTjg. Cook, Frank Mathers, USNRF||31 January 1918 - 21 October 1919|
|02||ENS. Troeger, Carl Henry||21 October 1919 - 4 March 1921|
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