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|105k||Halftone reproduction of a photograph of the ship at anchor, in 1918.
Courtesy of Boatswain's Mate First Class Robert G. Tippins, USN (Retired), 2005
Naval Historical Center photo NH 102875
|74k||U.S. Navy minelayers steaming in column in the North Sea, September 1918. At left, British destroyers are covering the formation's flank with a smoke screen. Ships in the minelayer column are (from front to rear): Roanoke, Housatonic, Quinnebaug and Baltimore
U. S. Navy Photo NH 2805
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|125k||U.S. Navy Mine Layers steaming in line abreast during the laying of the North Sea mine barrage, September 1918. Analysis of camouflage patterns indicates that these ships are (from front to rear): USS Roanoke (ID 1695); USS Housatonic (ID 1697); USS Shawmut (ID 1255); USS Canandaigua (ID 1694); USS Canonicus (ID 1696); with USS Quinnebaug (ID 1687) and USS Saranac (ID 1702) in the left and right center distance. A four-stack British cruiser is in the left distance.
U.S. Navy photo 61101
|71k||U.S. Navy minelayers proceeding to sea in two columns, in Area Number 2 of the North Sea, September 1918. Ships in the column at left are (from front to rear): Roanoke, Housatonic, Quinnebaug and Baltimore. Ships in column at right are (from front to rear): Canonicus (out of picture, to right), Canandaigua, Aroostook and Saranac.
Photograph from the Army Signal Corps Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
U. S. Army Signal Corps Photo 111-SC-43563
|111k||American minelayers underway on 20 September 1918. They include; on the right: USS Roanoke (ID-1695), USS Housatonic (ID-1697), USS Quinniberg (ID-1687), USS Baltimore (CM-1). On the left: USS Canonicus (ID-1696), USS Canidaiqua (ID-1694), USS Aroostock (CM-3), USS Saranac (ID-1702)|
Imperial War Museum photo No.© IWM(Q 20254) from American First World War Official Exchange Collection
|143k||In port, while serving as a troop transport in 1919.
Donation of the City Museum of Washington, D.C., 2005.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 103112
|93k||At the Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, on 28 March 1919. The "cage" masts of a battleship are visible behind Housatonic
Panoramic photograph by J.C. Crosby, Boston.
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Crosby Collection.
U. S. Navy photo NH 84083
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|01||CAPT John Wills Greenslade, USN - USNA Class of 1898|
Awarded the Navy Distinguished Service Medal (1918) and the Legion of Merit (1950) - Retired as Vice Admiral
|25 January 1918 - 5 August 1919|
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