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|68k||Photo from photograph albums of World War I subchasers (No. 11502-b), Special Collections, University of Virginia Library.||The Sub Chaser Archives
|81k||SC-219 (center distance) afire and sinking in the Atlantic on 9 October 1918. Another submarine chaser and what appears to be a tug are standing by. Photographed by Chief Yeoman S.D. McGee, USN, from USS Chestnut Hill (ID 2526), which was escorting a group of submarine chasers across the ocean. One of the SCs is in the foreground.
U.S. Navy photo NH 41982
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|87k||"The Last of The S.C. 219." SC-219 burning at sea on 9 October 1918, while she was en route across the Atlantic with a group of submarine chasers, accompanied by USS Chestnut Hill (ID 2526). Some of the other SCs, and what appears to be a tug, are standing by the burning vessel, which sank as a result of her damage.
Collection of George K. Beach, who was a crewmember of USS SC-331 at the time.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99633
|99k||Chief Gunner's Mate Oscar Schmidt Jr., USN
Halftone photo from Medal of Honor, 1861-1949, The Navy, page 124. It was taken several years after World War I.
|01||ENS Robert Mudge Curtis, USN||19 February 1918 - 9 October 1918|
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