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|90k||USS Allegheny (Fleet Tug #19) moored at American Shipbuilding Co., Buffalo, N.Y., 19 November 1917.
US Navy photo # NR&L(M) 40294, from DANFS.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN|
|096401903||169k||USS Allegheny (AT-19), circa 1921, probably at Pensacola; note awnings shading the deckhouse just forward of the stack and
over the fantail, also the bedding airing amidships, and the workmen engaged in making repairs to the ships damaged bow.
US Navy photo # NH 57792.
|123k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) serving as station tug at Pensacola, FL. in 1922. Her mainmast is missing and the single 3"/50 gun
that she briefly carried in 1921-1922 is visible on the starboard side of her forecastle. She was sunk by a screw propeller of the collier
USS Orion (AC-11) at Pensacola on 5 July 1922 but was raised later in the month and
remained at Pensacola until 1932, when she was reassigned to Philadelphia Navy Yard.
US National Archives, RG-19-N box 57, Photo # 19-N-8279 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|104k||Divers working from YSD-2 work to raise
USS Allegheny (AT-19) in 1922. The tug had been holed and sunk after being struck by the propeller of the collier
USS Orion (AC-11). The ships are at Naval Air Station; Pensacola, FL. Note the two
Eagle class patrol boats moored in the background and YSD-1 assisting in the refloating of the tug.
US Navy and Marine Corps Museum/Naval Aviation Museum, photo #'s 1989.119.001.030, and 1989.119.001.017 as part of a post-WW1 photograph album of NAS Pensacola.
|96k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) approaching Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola in 1924 with a TS aircraft aboard.
US Navy and Marine Corps Museum/Naval Aviation Museum, Photo No. 1989.119.001.026
|219k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) moored pierside, probably at Pensacola, circa 1929||David Wright|
|183k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) underway, 31 January 1931
US National Archives photo # 80-G-1017235, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|Joe Radigan MACM USN|
|53k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) moored pierside at Philadelphia Navy Yard, circa 1930s.
US Naval History and Heritage Command Photo # NH 83834
|180k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) underway, date and location unknown.
USN Navy photo
|Jim Kurrasch Battleship Iowa Pacific Battleship Center|
|85k||USS Allegheny (AT-19) bell||David Wright|
|01||LT. Wohltman, August, USN||18 May 1918 - 5 December 1918|
|02||LT O'Connor, William Emanuel, USN||5 December 1919 - 1919|
|03||LTjg. Burgess, Frank Linjo, USN||1919 - 18 September 1920|
|04||LT. Larsen, Albion Oscar, USNRF||18 September 1920 - 5 July 1922 Sunk in collision with AC-11|
|05||CHBOSN. Derrington, William, USN||20 August 1924 - 15 July 1926|
|06||CHBOSN. Anderson, John Henry, USN||15 July 1926 - 12 November 1930|
|07||LT. Travis, William Leo, USN||12 November 1930 - 4 June 1932|
|Decommissioned||4 June 1932 - 10 January 1934|
|08||CHBOSN. Konieczny, Joseph Kasper, USN||10 January 1934 - 1 June 1935|
|09||LTjg. Patterson, Ralph Edward, USN (USNA 1926)||1 June 1935 - 11 June 1937|
|10||LT. Abrams, Ernest Valentine, USN||11 June 1937 - August 1941|
|11||LCDR. Nelson, Mauritz Martin, USN||August 1941 - 15 April 1942|
|12||ENS. Purcell, Raymond Frank, USN||15 April 1942 - 21 May 1944|
|13||LT. Preston, Henry A., USNR||21 May 1944 - 5 August 1944|
|14||LT. Kern, Dale Allen, USNR||5 August 1944 - 30 September 1945|
|15||LT. Gordon, Hubert Francis, USNR||30 September 1945 - 31 December 1945|
|16||LT. Vittek, Albert William, USN||31 December 1945 - 10 July 1946|
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