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Online Library of Selected Images -- Picture Data
Photo #: NH 107315
USS Tanager (Minesweeper # 5)
In port during North Sea Mine Barrage clearance operations, circa mid-1919.
She wears "X" as an identification mark on her bow and smokestack. Another vessel, part of a group of ships partially visible in the right distance, also has an "X" painted on her bow.
The original photograph is in the USS Tanager collection (Lot # S-590, page 1).
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2010.
U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.
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Image posted 23 December 2010