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|731k||"CARRIED" EIGHTY-FIVE MILES.
The United States submarine L-1 (SS-40), rammed last week by a pilot-boat off the Delaware capes, came into the Philadelphia Navy Yard yesterday, supported by tho salvage tug USS Kalmia (AT-23) (left) and the navy yard tug Modoc (YT-16). At the right can be seen an ten-inch pump line from the which kept the water out of the engine hatch-room of the submersible during the trip from Lowes, Del. A smaller pump line worked from the Modoc.
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Photo from Evening Public Ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, 08 February 1921, NIGHT EXTRA, Image 24, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
PDF added 12/02/10.
|1037k||Modoc (YT-16) moored at Pier 1, Philadelphia Navy Yard, 05 June 1926.
Naval History & Heritage Command photo NH 45946
|204k||Modoc (YT-16) guiding the North Star to a berth at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in November 1939. The North Star had just returned from Admiral Byrd's Antarctic Expedition.
Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, George D. McDowell Collection, Temple University Libraries, photo P562048B (cropped)
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