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|66k||USS Kalmia moored dockside, date and location unknown.
Photo from the book "U.S. Warships of World War 1", courtesy Paul H. Silverstone
|77k||USS Kalmia (AT-23) with L-1 (SS-40) tied up
alongside at Lewes, DE., 5 February 1921. L-1's after ballast tanks have been partially filled, raising her bow.
US Navy photo # NH 51164 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|731k||"CARRIED" EIGHTY-FIVE MILES.
The United States submarine L-1 (SS-40), rammed last week by a pilot-boat off the Delaware capes, came into the Philadelphia Navy Yard yesterday, supported by the salvage tug USS Kalmia (AT-23) (left) and the navy yard tug Modoc (YT-16). At the right can be seen an ten-inch pump line from the which kept the water out of the engine hatch-room of the submersible during the trip from Lowes, Del. A smaller pump line worked from the Modoc (YT-16).
|Image provided by: Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA. |
Photo from Evening Public Ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, 08 February 1921, NIGHT EXTRA, Image 24, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
PDF added 12/02/10.
|91k||USS Kalmia (AT-23) moored pierside at Philadelphia Navy Yard, 3 June 1926.
US Navy photo # NH 52220 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
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|65k||USS Kalmia (AT-23) assists the battleship USS California (BB-44) as she gets underway at San Diego, 23 May 1938.
US Navy photo # NH 102782 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, collection of Chief Boatswains's Mate Ralph E. Turpin, USN.
|211k||Aerial view of Naval Operating Base, Portland, Maine waterfront, circa 1944-45, with the State Street pier in the right center and the Grand Trunk pier to the left. Tugs in the upper right center are USS Kalmia (ATO-23) and USS Iuka (ATO-37).
US Navy photo # NH 84668 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command, collection of Donald M. Mcpherson, 1976.
|01||LTjg. Burns, William S.||18 November 1919 - 18 November 1921|
|02||CHBOSN. Chester, Franklin Earl||18 September 1921 - 13 March 1922|
|03||CHBOSN. Benson, William Edward||13 March 1922 - 4 December 1923|
|04||CHBOSN. Atherton, Fred William||4 December 1923 - 1 September 1925|
|05||CHGUNNER. Babson, Charles Bradford, USN||1 September 1925 - 10 January 1926|
|06||CHBOSN. Christensen, Carl Charles Robert||10 January 1926 - 1 June 1927|
|07||CHBOSN. Maloney, Owen Joseph||1 June 1927 - 15 December 1928|
|08||CHBOSN. Justice, William Hayden||15 December 1928 - 9 May 1930|
|09||LT. Nuber, Floyd Jennings||9 May 1930 - 4 June 1930|
|10||LT. Rockwell, Joseph Perkins, USN||4 June 1930 - ?|
|11||LTjg. Singer, Watson Twitty||12 May 1935 - 15 June 1936|
|12||LT. Greenacre, Alvord John, USN (36)||15 June 1936 - ?|
|13||LT. Smith, Irving Barclay, USN||3 March 1939 - 15 June 1941|
|14||LCDR. Dickie, Arthur Bigelow, USN||15 June 1941 - 15 January 1942|
|15||LT. Mitchell, William James, USN||15 January 1942 - 28 February 1942|
|16||LTjg. Baker, William Gilbert, USN||28 February 1942 - 15 March 1943|
|17||LT. McRaith, James Francis, USNR||15 March 1943 - 15 February 1944|
|18||LTjg. Greortner, John Michael, USNR||15 February 1944 - 15 November 1944|
|19||LTjg. Cable, Laverne Thomas, USNR||15 November 1944 - 22 April 1945|
|20||LTjg. Mazor, Anthony Adalbert, USN||April 1945 - 15 May 1946|
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