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|68k||Photographed before her Navy service wearing the funnel markings of her first owner, the Crowell and Thurlow Steamship Co.
Naval Historical Center photo NH 65059
|90k||Post card that was postmarked on 28 October 1921
Photo from Shipscribe.com
|16k||c. June 1942
Wrecked in the Cape Cod Canal
|01||LCDR James H. MacKenzie, USNRF||1918|
Stephen R. Jones joined a convoy at Hampton Roads and sailed for France on the 18th. She arrived at Brest on 5 June but, due to the congestion of shipping there, was routed to Bordeaux to off-load her cargo. She returned to Philadelphia on 10 July; loaded supplies, and returned to St. Nazaire on 18 August. After unloading, she moved to Le Verdon for ballast and departed there with a convoy on 25 August bound for Philadelphia. The cargo ship made two more round trips to France and arrived at Philadelphia from the latter on 3 March 1919.
Stephen R. Jones was routed to Virginia; and, on 8 March 1919, she was decommissioned and returned to her owner at Newport News.
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