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|130k||Anchored in Yokohama harbour, Japan, prior to World War I.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 99163
|USS Alcedo (SP 166)|
|83k||Photographed by Edwin Levick, while off New York City in August 1917.
U.S. Navy photo NH 57785
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|105k||Off New York City, August 1917. Probably photographed by Edwin Levick.
U.S. Navy photo NH 57015
|84k||This photograph was probably taken on 17 October 1917, when Alcedo rescued survivors of the steamer Antilles, or on 28 October 1917, when she picked up men who had left the torpedoed
Naval Historical Center photo NH 41743
|86k||Alcedo, left center, and USS Wakiva II (SP 160), at right picking up survivors in 1917. This photograph was probably taken on 28 October 1917, when these two converted yachts picked up men who had left the torpedoed transport Finland. The two-stacked ship in the center distance, beyond Alcedo's bow, appears to have four masts and is probably Finland, which survived the incident and later served as USS Finland (ID 4543).
Courtesy of Mr. W.D. Porter, November 1937.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 41745
|109k||Underway, circa late Summer or Autumn 1917.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2008
Naval Historical Center photo NH 105719
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