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|USS Quincy (AK-10)
|USS Quincy (AK-10) moored at Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA. 11 March 1921. Photographed by Crosby, "Naval Photographer", 324 First Street, Portsmouth, VA.
US Navy photo # NH 105183 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center, donation of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum, 1970.
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|USS Quincy (AK-10) looking forward, circa May 1921 when the ship was reactivated.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # NH 71563, courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|Artist rendition of the North American Steamship Co. freighter SS Quincy under way.
|North American Steamship freighter SS Quincy under way in the Great Lakes, circa 1920s. Quincy was principally employed in the coal trade on the Great Lakes.
|SS Quincy iced over during winter in the Great Lakes, circa 1920s.
|SS Quincy crew attempting to de-ice the ship during winter in the Great Lakes, circa 1920s.
|SS Quincy approaching a coal pier, circa 1920s
|SS Quincy with the tug Walter C. Ross alongside on the Great Lakes, circa 1920s.
|SS Quincy crew working on deck, circa 1920s.
|SS Quincy possibly the Captain, circa 1920s.
|George W. Crockwell, father of Alan Crockwell and son of the ship owner George A. Crockwell, spent his summers working aboard SS Quincy, circa 1920s
|SS Haida, unloading a cargo of coal, circa 1930s, location unknown
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