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|USSB Vessel Willet|
Willet - A large shore bird of central North America, whose name comes from its call, "pilly-will-willet"
|322k||Photo from the Key West Library archives||Keith Lowe|
|452k||c. 1930s||Darryl Baker
Photo added 19 March 2022
|USS Willet (ARS 12)|
|727k||Landing Craft Infantry (Large) LCI(L)-85, LCI(L)-86 with LCI(L)-91 and LCI(L)-350 nested with others at Trumbo Point, Key West, Florida. Warbler (ARS 11) is moored outboard of Willet on the left and the Stevedoring Barge, YS-103 is in the right foreground
Photo from the Wright Langley Collection courtesy of Florida Keys Public Libraries
|01||LT Albion Oscar Larsen, USNRF||29 January 1920 - 29 May 1920|
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