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|70k||USS Benicia at anchor, with awnings triced up, circa 1870-1875.
US Naval Historical History and Heritage Command photo # NH 61895
|84k||USS Benicia at anchor in the Han River, Korea, during the Korean expedition of May-June 1871.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 66305, from the collection of Rear Admiral Ammen C. Farenholt, USN (Medical Corps).
|324k||A Montage of photographs by Bradley & Rulofson, No. 129 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA., circa mid-1875 of USS Benicia officers. A view of the ship, taken off the Mare Island Navy Yard, is in the center. It is surrounded by portrait photographs of her officers. Many of them are identified by hand-written names on the prints as, top row, left to right: Lieutenant Frederick Singer; Lieutenant Walton Goodwin; Lieutenant Commander William H. Whiting; Captain William E. Hopkins, ship's Commanding Officer;
unidentified Lieutenant Commander; Lieutenant William H. Parker, Jr.; and Lieutenant William J. Barnette. middle row, left to right: Surgeon George W. Woods; unidentified officer; First Assistant Engineer Albert C. Engard; Gunner William Halford; and three unidentified officers. bottom row, left to right: Second Lieutenant Otway C. Berryman, USMC (listed as assigned to the Mare Island Marine Barracks); unidentified officer (small print); Paymaster Henry T. Wright; "Wilburn" (possibly Ensign Willie Kilburn?); Master Corwin P. Rees; and two unidentified officers.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 54143.
|409k||USS Benicia at anchor, date and location unknown.
US Navy Photo
Battleship Iowa Pacific Battleship Center
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