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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
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