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|Motor Yacht Nahmeoka|
|134k||Photographed prior to World War I
Naval Historical Center photo NH 99477
|Motor Yacht Kanised|
|60k||Photographed prior to World War I
U.S. Navy photo NH 101953
|Naval Historical Center|
|USS Kanised (SP 439)|
|93k||Underway during World War I. This photograph was possibly taken from USS Iowa (Battleship No. 4) in the Hampton Roads area, Virginia, in 1918.
Collection of Commander Haines H. Lippincott, USN (Chaplains Corps).
Naval Historical Center photo NH 101350
|01||ENS Charles Van Voorhis, USNRF||12 May 1917|
|02||LTJG J. T. Hodges, USNRF||1918|
Assigned to the 5th Naval District at Norfolk. Kanised operated in the Hampton Roads area during the balance of World War 1. She served as mail ship on harbor patrol and as flagship of Squadron 4 on section patrol. After the war, she remained at Norfolk until being sold 13 December 1919, to J. A. Mickelson of Morris Heights, N.Y.
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