Annapolis served the U. S. Navy, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Coast Guard
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|USS Annapolis (Gunboat No. 10)|
|95k||Annapolis pierside at the New York Navy Yard, circa 1897. The decommissioned Atlanta lies in the background.
U.S. Navy photo 19-N-12-17-13
|Naval Historical Center|
|77k||In wartime gray paint, 1898.
National Archives photo 19-N-12-17-17
|378k||Original photo: c. 1897/1901
Detroit Photographic Co. photo 020005 from the Library of Congress photo LC-D4-20005
Replacement photo: Photo from The American Navy; Belford, Middlebrook and Co., Chicago - 1898
© 1898 William H. Rau
|Original photo: Mike Green
Replacement photo: Thomas Becher
|125k||c. Early 1900's||Tommy Trampp|
|91k||Mare Island Navy Yard, California. An early U.S. Navy submarine (probably Grampus or Pike) underway off the yard, circa early 1905. Gunboats Petrel and Princeton are in the center background. At left are the decommissioned gunboats Annapolis and Vicksburg.
Courtesy of Ted Stone, 1986.
U.S. Navy photo NH 100915
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|213k||View of the hull planking removed from the Annapolis in dry dock No. 1 at Mare Island in January 1905.
U.S. Navy photo PG 10 001-7-1905
|130k||Broadside View of Annapolis at the coal sheds at Mare Island in 1905.
U.S. Navy photo PG 10 003-1905
|551k||Broadside View of Annapolis in the Mare Island channel in 1912.
U.S. Navy photo PG 10 001-1912
|172k||Broadside View of Annapolis off San Francisco in 1912.
U.S. Navy photo PG 10 002-1912
In the Mare Island channel
|Robert M. Cieri|
|186k||USS South Dakota (ACR 9) at Mare Island Navy Yard circa Jan 1913. The collier USS Justin is behind and to the right of South Dakota and Annapolis is outboard of the Justin. Justin and Annapolis are at the yard's coal station. A rare image of the shipyard's stiff leg derrick with her steam driven winch is to the left of South Dakota
U.S. Navy photo
|USS Annapolis (IX 1)|
|59k||c. 1934||Robert Hurst|
|Station Ship Annapolis|
|84k||5 July 1942
New London, CT
Photo from "U.S. Coast Guard Cutters & Craft of World War II" by Robert L. Schiena
|01||CDR John J. Hunker, USN||20 July 1897|
|02||LCDR Karl Rohrer, USN||16 November 1900|
|03||CDR Hamilton Hutchins, USN - USNA Class of 1874||19 June 1903|
|04||LCDR Lewis Jacob Clark, USN||25 March 1907|
|05||LCDR Warren J. Terhune, USN||1 May 1912|
|06||CDR Henry Joseph Ziegemeier, USN - USNA Class of 1892|
Retired as Rear Admiral
|August 1913 - August 1914|
|07||CDR Arthur Glynn Kavanagh, USN - USNA Class of 1904||13 September 1915|
|08||CDR Louis Clark Richardson, USN - USNA Class of 1897||27 October 1916|
|09||LCDR Allan Gustavus Olson, USN||20 February 1919 - 1 July 1919|
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