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The Transport "Mount Vernon in dry-dock at Brest being repaired.

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The hole made by the torpedo in the side of the "Finland"

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The USS Finland after being torpedoed; the starboard side is wet from the eruption. A lifeboat is seen at the left and the Alcedo hurling the sub at the right.

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At a distance of two miles, this type of camouflage made it almost impossible to determine the kind of ship.

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A port bow view of the Battleship USS Utah.

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A starboard beam view of the Destroyer USS Fanning.

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A port bow view of the Destroyer USS O'Brien.

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A starboard bow view of the Destroyer USS Ward.

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A commendatory dispatch from the Commander Cruiser and Transport Force to the Captain and crew of the USS Mount Vernon for the leadership and conduct of the Captain and crew after being struck by a torpedo.

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An order from DE Dismukes, the Captain of the USS Mount Vernon, commending his crew for their dedication to duty.

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Picture taken aboard the USS Agamemnon.

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Portrait of a group of men on the USS Mt. Vernon.

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A photo of the USS Agamemnon en route to France. Photo taken from the USS Mount Vernon.

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Captain DE Dismukes, Commanding Officer of the USS Mt. Vernon, and "Jerry" the ship's mascot.

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The troops in the mess hall of the USS Mt Vernon.

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Secretary of the Navy, Josephus Daniels, firing a Boiler on the USS Mt. Vernon.

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Crew Inspecting the Hole on the Side of the USS Mount Vernon after it was struck by a torpedo

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Men Inspecting the Hole on the Side of the USS Mt. Vernon

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USS Mt. Vernon After Being Torpedoed

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Portrait of the Front of the USS Mt. Vernon in the Water

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USS Mt. Vernon After Being Torpedoed

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Men Standing Next to the Finished Patch on the USS Mt. Vernon

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Men Standing Next to the Finished Patch on the USS Mt. Vernon

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Man Standing Inside of the Hole in the USS Mt. Vernon

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Crew Inspecting the Hole on the Side of the USS Mt. Vernon

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USS Mt. Vernon Troops Sitting in a Mess Hall

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Crew Inspecting Hole in the Side of the USS Mt. Vernon when it was sitting in a dry dock in France

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Taken in one of the eight firerooms. Four rooms will later flood due to the USS Mt. Vernon being hit by a torpedo

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Distant portrait of the USS Mount Vernon

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Electrical Gang Aboard the USS Mt. Vernon

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Portrait of Captains and Crew Aboard a Ship

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Portrait of a Captain on the USS Mt. Vernon

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Distant Portrait of the USS Mt. Vernon

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The Underneath of the USS Mt. Vernon

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Portrait of D. E. Dismukes and "Jimmy" Doyle

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Portrait of The Skipper - Captain D.E. Dismukes and Dog "Jerry" on the USS Mount Vernon

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A photo of the hull of the USS Mount Vernon where it was struck by a torpedo titled "Hole In Our Side"

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Jack Meyers, right background, Scottie, middle, and unnamed man sitting in the hole that the torpedo made in the USS Mount Vernon. Photo Taken in drydock in Brest, France

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A portrait of navy men and an officer titled "Sparks"

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A photograph of the bow of the USS Mount Vernon at sea.

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A photograph of the 10th Division on the USS Mt. Vernon

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A photograph of the USS Mount Vernon being installed with reinforced concrete after being struck by a torpedo. Taken in a drydock in Brest, France.

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A photograph of the Knights of the "Interior" on the USS Mount Vernon

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A cigar mess bill to Mr. Baker for $1.39

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A portrait of D. E. Dismukes, Captain of the USS Mount Vernon

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Men Standing in the Electrical Room of the USS Mt. Vernon

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Man Standing Inside of the Hole in the USS Mt. Vernon

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Crew Portrait on the USS Mt. Vernon

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Field Day Obstacle Course on the USS Mt. Vernon

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Informal Invitation from the Argentine Naval Officer's Farewell Party

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Message from the new state of Yugoslavia.

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Coded message threatening British with build up of an American navy.

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Sims writes to President Wilson about the situation of the Navy in Europe.

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Baker tells President Wilson that Josephus Daniels warns that the trip to France should stick to its original destination port of Brest.

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Portrait of Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy in President Wilson's Cabinet

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Portrait of an Unidentified French Commandant in his uniform

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Portrait of an Unidentified Rear Admiral in his Navy uniform

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Portrait of an Unidentified Rear Admiral in his Navy uniform

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Portrait of an unidentified U.S. Navy Admiral wearing a uniform

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Training group of Ole K. Halverson.
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