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Photo by New York maritime photgrapher John S. Johnston (1839 - 1899)
|69k||Under her brilliant Captain Richard Wainwright, Gloucester gained world fame in the Spanish-American War||Naval Historical Center|
|84k||Photographed in 1898, probably at the end of the Spanish-American War.
U.S. Navy photo NH 53600
|99k||Anchored in U.S. waters circa summer 1898, showing her forward 6-pdr. gun and bow decorations. Original photograph was printed on a stereograph card, copyright 1899 by Strohmeyer & Wyman, New York.
Donation of Louis Smaus, 1985.
U.S. Navy photo NH 100294
|137k||Photographed by George P. Hall & Son, New York, summer 1898
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 53747
|144k||A montage featuring a photograph of the ship entering the harbor of Gloucester, Massachusetts, in the summer of 1898, after her return from Spanish-American War service off Cuba, along with a cap ribbon bearing her name and a remnant of the pennant she flew during the 3 July 1898
Battle of Santiago. She was commanded by Lieutenant Commander Richard Wainwright, USN
Courtesy of Lieutenant Commander Richard Wainwright, Jr., USN (Retired), 1928
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 53752
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 53749
|44k||Photo probably taken while serving with the New York State Naval Militia
Photo from the 1914 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships
|91k||At anchor in the vicinity of New York City, circa March-July 1919. Photographed from the USS Santa Paula (ID-1590) during one of her voyages to or from France.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2006
Naval Historical Center photo NH 103562
|01||LCDR Richard Wainwright, USN||16 May 1898|
|02||LCDR Arthur I. Perry, USNRF||1919|
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