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|76k||In a New England port during World War I. USS L-10 (Submarine # 50) is in the foreground. Parthenia (SP 671) is inboard of Marold, and the stern of Cobra
(SP 626) is visible at right.
USN Photograph NH 100561
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|55k||In a New England port during World War I. USS L-10 (Submarine # 50) is in the foreground. The bows of Parthenia (SP 671) and Marold are visible at left, tied up alongside each other, with Parthenia inboard. The patrol boat tied up inboard of Cobra (SP 626) is unidentified.
USN Photograph NH 100864
Assigned to the 1st Naval District during her brief service in the U.S. Navy, Marold operated as a section patrol boat out of Rockland, Maine. She was returned to her owner 9 May 1919.
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