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USAT Anne Hanify
Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons
Precedence of awards is from left to right
American Campaign Medal - Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal
Built in 1920 as lumber schooner SS Anne Hanify at Kruse & Banks Shipbuilding, North Bend, OR., for J.R Hanify Co. Inc.
Launched in 1920
Delivered in May 1920 to J.R. Hanify Co., Inc.
Acquired, 19 October 1942, at San Pedro, CA. by the War Shipping Administration
Allocated to the War Department, 19 October 1942, as a bare bottom charter
Delivered, 27 October 1945, under a General Agency Agreement to Sudden & Christenson, Inc. at San Francisco, CA.
Re-delivered, 21 February 1946, J.R. Hanify Co., Inc.
Sold, May 1946, to a Cosa Oeste, reflagged Panama, renamed SS Salina Cruz
Final Disposition, burnt, 17 October 1949, SS Salina Cruz on voyage from Vancouver to Honolulu with general cargo and lumber, caught fire, broke in two,
100 miles west (other sources 80 miles) of Gray's Harbor, WA.. The afterpart sank and the forepart was totally destroyed. (Lloyd's of London, Lloyd's Register of Casualty Returns)
Displacement 1,343 gross t.
Speed 10 kts
Cargo Capacity unknown
Largest Boom Capacity unknown
Fuel Capacity unknown
one reciprocating triple expansion steam engine
single propeller, 1,000 hp
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