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Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign
|Campaign and Dates|
|Invasion of Normandy, 6 to 25 June 1944|
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|USS Algorma (AT-34)
|52k||USS Algorma (AT-34) under way while dressed with flags, date and location unknown.||Robert Hurst|
|278k||Left to right: USS Pinola (AT-33) USS Algorma (AT-34) and
USS Dreadnaught (YT-34) laid up in reserve at Mare Island Navy Yard, 11 April 1923.
Mare Island Navy Yard photo MINSY 4487-4-23 from the files of the Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum
|304k||The decommissioned USS Algorma (AT-34) is to the left and the stern and stack of
USS Undaunted (AT-58) is in the middle of the photo, 28 August 1924.
Photo from the files of the Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum.
|193k||Typed letter on USS Algorma (AT-34) letterhead listing the names of the crew members that donated money to buy a wreath for the deceased mother of crew member James E. Gholson SC3/c. Note that Mr Gholson wrote beside each contributors name his rank or duties.||Courtesy James and John Gholson for there father James E. Gholson SC3/c USN USS Algorma|
|27k||Two crew members of USS Algorma (AT-34) circa 1927. Seated is probably Mess Attendant Pablo the other sailor is unidentified.||Courtesy James and John Gholson for there father James E. Gholson SC3/c USN USS Algorma|
|52k||USS Algorma (AT-34) under way off Norfolk Navy Yard, 13 November 1942. Camouflage is Measure 22.
US National Archives photo # 19-N-37294, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
|USS Algorma (ATO-34)
|42k||USS Algorma (ATO-34) providing tug service to an unidentified aircraft carrier, date and location unknown.
US Navy photo
|National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors|
|133k||USS Algorma (ATO-34) at the Norfolk Navy Yard, 4 June 1945, just before proceeding to the Pacific for her final tour of
duty. The starboard hull bulge, one of two that she and others of the class received in late 1941 to improve stability, is conspicuous in this view, extending from
under the bridge to abaft the mainmast.
US National Archives, RG-19-LCM, Photo # Unknown, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|202k||USS Algorma (ATO-34) under way in San Francisco Bay, CA., 29 April 1946.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. NH 77404, Courtesy of Donald M. McPherson, Corte Madera, California, 1973.
|01||LT. Brown, Henry Carlop, USN||15 May 1920 - 11 July 1921|
|02||LT. Warwick, Arthur Daniel||11 July 1921 - 22 January 1922|
|03||LT. Schultz, Frank, USN||22 January 1922 - 3 May 1922|
|Decommissioned||3 May 1922 - 28 September 1924|
|04||LT. Schultz, Frank, USN||28 September 1924 - 21 May 1926|
|05||LT. Shade, Simon Luther||21 May 1926 - 28 December 1927|
|06||LT. MacGregor, Malcolm||28 December 1927 - 18 August 1929|
|07||LT. Lobrano, William Mathews, USN||18 August 1929 - 1931|
|08||LT. Gingrich, John Edward USN (USNA 1920) :VADM||23 June 1932 - 2 April 1934|
|09||LT. Sturge, Russell Guresbeck, USN||2 April 1934 - 6 June 1937|
|10||LCDR. Richards, Alfred Humphreys :RADM, USN||6 June 1937 - 12 June 1937|
|11||LT. Allen, Robert Addison||12 June 1937 - 11 June 1938|
|12||LCDR. Williams, Roy Dean, USN||11 June 1938 - 12 May 1942|
|13||LTjg. Lawson, Jacob Frank, USN||12 May 1942 - 5 September 1942|
|14||ENS. Selfridge, Harry Krick, USN||5 September 1942 - 16 October 1942|
|15||LTjg. Whelpley, Robert Marshall, USN||16 October 1942 - May 1945|
|16||LTjg. Barnet, Robert, USNR||1 July 1945 -31 January 1946|
|17||LT. Perdue, Hubert Latham, USNR||31 January 1946 - 18 June 1946|
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