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|52k||Probably photographed circa July 1917, while undergoing conversion for Navy service. The boat at right is of identical design to Inca, and that at the left is the motor boat Needle, of Boston, which became USS Needle (SP-649). Some of the four craft in the background already are flying Navy jacks and are fitted with guns.
U.S. Navy photo NH 101827
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|71k||Probably photographed in the Norfolk, Virginia, area in 1917-18. USS Hiawatha (SP 183) is at right. The Wallace Brothers gasoline engine machine shop is at right.
U.S. Navy photo NH 101791
|149k||Hauled out of the water at the Norfolk Navy Yard, 15 February 1919. The stern of USS Agamemnon (ID-3004) is in the background. At left are Chicago and Northwestern Railway box car No. 103784 and a Navy rowing boat.
Photograph taken by the G.L. Hall Optical Co., Norfolk, Va.
Donation of the Norfolk Naval Shipyard Museum, Portsmouth, Virginia.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 98558-A
|01||ENS Richard Buckmaster Fuller, USNRF||28 July 1917|
|02||ENS Carlton Howard Lee, USNRF||August 1917|
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