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Section Patrol Craft Photo Archive
Calumet (SP 723)
Civilian call sign:
King - Tare - Dog - Quack
Patrol Yacht:The second Calumet was built in 1903 by George Lawley and Sons, Neponset, MA for Charles G. Emery of Clayton, NYAcquired by James A. Farrell of New York, NYAcquired by the Navy 9 September 1917Commissioned USS Calumet (SP 723), 7 December 1917Decommissioned 11 January 1919 at New York and returned to her ownerAcquired in 1927 by A. Atwater Kent of Philadelphia, PAAcquired in 1929 by Alesio Serentine of Everett, MAAcquired in 1930 by DeNeal H. Samuel of New YorkAcquired in 1931 by Thomas F. Cain of Washington, DCAcquired in 1934 by James A. Kenny of New York and renamed KehtohAbandoned in 1936.
Specifications:Displacement 153 t.Length 147'Beam 17' 5"Draft 7' 9"Speed 11 kts.Complement 42Armament: Two 6-pounders and two machine gunsPropulsion: One Lawley boiler, one 700hp triple expansion steam engine, one shaft.
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||Photographed prior to World War I
U.S. Navy photo NH 99587
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|01||LTJG John J. Phelps, USNRF||7 December 1917 - 1918|
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