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|106k||Submarine chaser and harbor tugs, under construction by the Industrial Department of the U. S. Naval Station, New Orleans, La., probably between August 1918 and January 1919. The vessels are probably, from left to right, Submarine Chaser No. 443 with Submarine Chaser No. 444 to port, Harbor Tug No. 49, and Harbor Tug No. 50.
U.S. Navy photo NH 41610
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|99k||The 88-foot Harbor Tug No. 48 (on the right), Harbor Tug No. 49, and the 110-foot Submarine Chaser No. 443 being fitted out by the Industrial Department of the U. S. Naval Station, New Orleans, La., in early 1919. Harbor Tug No. 50 and Submarine Chaser No. 444 are in the building ways in the background. The center building way, from which Harbor Tug No. 49 was probably launched, is empty.
U.S. Navy photo NH 41611
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Moored outboard of SC-444
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