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|77k||Photographed prior to her World War I era Naval service.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 65129
|USS Ohioan (ID 3280)|
|112k||In port in 1919, while serving as a troop transport.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2005.
U.S. Navy photo NH 103055
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|119k||Crowded with homeward bound troops, 1919. The reverse side is inscribed: " and here is the old tub' herself pullimg into the dock at Philly, loaded with troops."
Donation of Charles R. Haberlein, 2008.
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 106382
|286k||6 October 1936
Aground on Seal Rock outside the Golden Gate
|68k||Shipwrecks off Parallel Point in 1937. The Ohioan is in the left foreground and the Frank H. Buck, ex-USS Frank H. Buck (ID 1613) is in the right background.||Joe Radigan|
Assigned to Navy Overseas Transportation Service, on the Army account, Ohioan was refitted, loaded with general cargo and dispatched to St. Nazaire, France, arriving 29 August. She spent the next month there and at Brest, and on 1 October sailed for New York where horse stalls were added; and on 1 November she sailed for La Pallice with equestrian and general cargo. Returning to the United States 5 December, Ohioan was transferred to the Cruiser and Transport Force and in 6 round trips returned over 8,000 troops to New York. Detached 16 September 1919, she decommissioned and was returned to her owner, the American-Hawaiian S.S. Co., 6 October 1919.
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