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|USAT Julia Luckenbach|
|90k||Photographed by the U.S. Army Quartermaster Department in 1917-1918.
U.S. Navy photo NH 101434
|Naval Historical Center|
|USS Julia Luckenbach (ID 2407)|
|94k||In port in 1918, while painted in pattern camouflage
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2005
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 103057
|63k||Photographed in 1919, while serving as a troop transport.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2005.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 103288
|64k||In a harbor, while serving as a troop transport in 1919.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2007.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 104450
|107k||In a floating drydock, 1919
Donation of Charles R. Haberlein Jr., 2008
Naval History and Heritage Command photos NH 106394 and NH 106395
|SS Julia Luckenbach|
|110k||At San Pedro, California, during the 1920s.
Collection of Commander Edward S. Moale, USN, (Retired)
Naval Historical Center photo NH 99432
|131k||c. 1940||Tommy Trampp|
Assigned to NOTS, Julia Luckenbach sailed from New York 10 September with vital cargo for the European forces, arriving Marseilles 2 weeks later. After the Armstice was signed 11 November 1918, she continued transporting cargo to France while returning to the United States with troops, patients, and other veterans who had fought well to make "the world safe for democracy." Julia Luckenbach arrived in New York from her final cruise in July 1919 and remained there until she decommissioned 9 September 1919. She was returned to her owners the same day.
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