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|SS Graf Waldersee
Alfred Ludwig Heinrich Karl Graf von Waldersee (8 April 1832 in Potsdam – 5 March 1904 in Hanover) was a German field marshal (Generalfeldmarschall) who became Chief of the Imperial German General Staff
|99k||Undated interior view post cards|
|124k||Post card postmarked 6 May 1905|
|USS Graf Waldersee (ID 4040)|
|106k||In port, probably at New York City, in 1919. "Armistice" markings are on her hull side, amidships.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99274.
|Naval Historical Center|
|143k||Port side near the after superstructure break, photographed from USS Scranton (ID-3511) while in port, 1919.
Photograph from the USS Scranton photo album kept by J.D. Bartar, one of her crew
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 99453
|87k||Photographed in 1919, possibly from USS Corsair (SP-159)
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2009
Naval History and Heritage Command photo NH 106632
|118k||Entering in New York Harbor bringing U.S. service personnel home from France, circa April-August 1919. The Statue of Liberty is in the right background. Armistice markings in German and English are on the ship's side, amidships.
Photographed by E. Muller, Jr., New York.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2006.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 104234.
|107k||Under tow by USS Patricia off Long Island on 12 June 1919, after she had been disabled in collision with S.S. Redondo. She was towed to shallow water, where collision damage was sufficiently patched to allow her return to New York for permanent repairs.
Photographed from on board Patricia.
Photograph from the album of Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Edward D. Porges. Donated by his daughter, Gail Porges Guggenheim, 2007
Naval Historical Center photos NH 105016 and NH 105017
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