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|280k||Undated post card showing the steamers Harvard and Yale, later ID-1672 and Greyhound (IX 106)||Tommy Trampp|
|302k||Post card dated 29 October 1912, Los Angeles, CA|
|USS Charles (ID 1298)|
|327k||The submarine USS L7 (SS 46) with USS L-6 (SS 45) inboard berthed at Mare Island on April 14, 1918. USS Yale (ID 1672) and USS Charles (ID 1298) are to the right
U.S. Navy photo 4038
|120k||At the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, 1 June 1918.
U.S. Navy photo NH 55080
|Naval Historical Center|
|146k||At Southampton, England, 27 September 1918, loading troops for transportation to France.
U.S. Navy photo NH 52855
|89k||In a European port, circa the last half of 1918. She is painted in pattern camouflage
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2010
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 107084
|147k||14 June 1931
Point Arguello, CA
Photo caption: "The Pacific coastwise steamer Harvard, whis grounded of the California coast at Point Arguello, Memorial Day, is repidly disentegrating under the pounding of heavy seas. Photo taken from an airplane shows the wrecked vessel now beyond hope of salvage."
Associated Press photo
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