Specifications:: Length 136'
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|USS McKeever Bros. (SP 683)|
|103k||Off Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during World War I. In the extreme left background is USS Emerald (SP-177)
U.S. Navy photo NH 55839
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|83k||In the Delaware River during World War I
National Archives photo 19-N-6051
|78k||Post card caption:
"The McKeever Bros." built at Noank, Conn., in 1911, of the finest northern pine and oak, saw service as a trawler most of her life and served her country during World War II on submarine patrol. Now this sturdy old ship, renamed the "Flagship", after extensive remodeling into a restaurant serves fine steaks, seafood and cocktails in a setting enhanced by mellowed old wooden beams and planking, brass fittings and soft music, Truly a "Red Carpet" setting!
|389k||15 August 2018
|01||LTJG Harvey Gideon Cramer, USNRF||1918 - 1919|
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