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|Merchant Service Morgan SS Co.|
|62k||SS Dixie photographed by her builder around the time of her entry into service with the Morgan Line in January 1928.
This photo was attached to the inspection report by the Joint Merchant Vessel Board dated 15 August 1928 that assigned the identification number 4794 to the ship.
US National Archives, RG-19, General Correspondence 1925-40, file QS1-(4794), box 3870, Photo No. None, courtesy Shipscribe,com.
|143k||SS Dixie Promenade deck and interior views, August 1934.||Keli E. Rylance. Head, Southeastern Architectural Archive, Special Collections Division, Tulane University Libraries|
|USS Alcor (AG-34)
|52k||USS Alcor (AG-34) being assisted by Baltimore harbor tugs, probably after completing conversion at the Bethlehem Steel Key
Highway Yard. Her four 3"/23 guns, visible fore and aft, were installed at the end of September 1941. They were replaced by 3"/50 guns in August 1942. Note what appears
to be a tower for searchlights aft of the bridge.
US National Archives photo # 19-N-25597, RG-19-LCM, a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|USS Alcor (AR-10)
|149k||USS Alcor (AR-10) tied up to a pier at NOB Norfolk, 4 May 1943, as seen from
USS Ancon (AGC-4).
US National Archives Photo # 80-G-358940, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|Rick Davis and John Chiquoine.|
|USS Alcor (AD-34)
|133k||USS Alcor (AD-34) underway near the Norfolk Navy Yard, 5 January 1945, after being refitted for duty in the
Pacific. The searchlight tower aft of the bridge has grown into a tall lattice radar tower. Her 5"/51 gun on the stern has been replaced with a twin 40mm mount.
US National Archives photos # 19-N-96577, RG-19-LCM and # 19-N-96578, RG-19-LCM, US Navy Bureau of Ships photos now in the collections of the US National Archives, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|64k||USS Alcor (AD-34) under way, date and location unknown.||Hyperwar US Navy in WWII|
|52k||USS Alcor (AD-34) under way, date and location unknown.||Russ Padden|
|114k||USS Alcor (AD-34) tending destroyers at Pearl Harbor in early 1945.
US Navy photo # NH 76374 from the collections of the US Naval Historical and Heritage Command, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|38k||USS Alcor (AD-34) moored pierside, NavSta Pearl Harbor, HI. in 1945.||Joseph M. Connell|
|97k||USS Alcor (AD-34) photographed from a plane from Naval Air Station, Norfolk, VA., 5 January 1945.
US Navy Photograph # 80-G-307267, Still Pictures Branch, National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD.
|01||CDR. Mitchell, Edward Alexander USN (USNA 1917)||4 September 1941 - 10 December 1941||AG-34/AR-10|
|02||CDR. Busbey Jr., Leroy White, USN (USNA 1918)||10 December 1941 - 15 April 1942||AG-34/AR-10|
|03||LCDR. Evans, George Blaine, LCDR USN||15 April 1942 - August 1944||AR-10|
|04||CDR. Murphy, John Damian USN||? - August 1944||AR-10|
|05||CDR. Millard, Junius Weakley CDR USNR||August 1944 - 24 May 1946||AR-10/AD-34|
|06||CAPT. Doughty, Hartwell Thomas USNR||24 May 1946 - 5 August 1946||AD-34|
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