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Photo #: NH 107337
USS John B. Hinton (SP-485)
Tied up at Lorient, France, circa 1918.
She has the numeral "6" painted on her bow.
At the time this photograph was taken, this ship's name had been formally shortened to Hinton.
Two other "Menhaden Fisherman" type minesweepers are tied up beyond John B. Hinton, with their smokestacks and masts visible. The stern of another is visible at right.
Donation of Dr. Mark Kulikowski, 2011.
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Image posted 19 January 2011