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[U.S. Navy Torpedo Boats in Drydock, Herreshoff Manufacturing Firm]
Image by SMU Central University Libraries
Title: [U.S. Navy Torpedo Boats in Drydock, Herreshoff Manufacturing Firm]
Contributors: Converse, George Albert, 1844-1909
Date: ca. 1880-1897
Portion Of: George Albert Converse papers and photographs, 1861-1897
Spot: Bristol, Rhode Island
Description: Stern view of two stack U.S. Navy torpedo boats in drydock. Supply: John Palmieri, Curator Herreshoff Marine Museum/America’s Cup Hall of Fame www.herreshoff.org
Physical Description: 1 photographic print: 19 x 24 cm on 28 x 36 cm mount
File Name: mss68_two_8a_03_dd1porter_opt.jpg
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