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|398k||Drawing depicting the transferring of the prisoners-of-war Admiral Pascual Cervera and his officers from USS St. Louis to Standish at Annapolis during the Spanish-American War, 17 July 1898. Image by Haydon Jones, from The World (New York), 18 July 1898.||Robert Hurst|
|81k||Standish, possibly in the Severn River, off the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD. in 1899 with a steam launch alongside. Standish was a station tug at the Naval Academy from about 1880 through the First World War. The ship in the left background is the US Light House Service Tender USLHS Maple.
US Navy photo # NR & L(O) 12163). from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center.
|109k||Standish moored pierside at New York Navy Yard, 14 April 1906. She served at the Naval Academy between 1880 and 1919 and was probably at New York for maintenance.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. NH 43687.
|59k||Standish at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD., circa spring 1919. The station ship Reina Mercedes is in the left background.
US Navy photo # NH 104979 from the album of LTjg. Edward D. Porges. Donated by his daughter, Gail Porges Guggenheim, 2007.
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