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  1. Pennsylvania

    Panama - Pacific Line
  2. Pennsylvania

    American pass/cargo liner PENNSYLVANIA, imo 5502315/ 186,8m/ 20.526gt/ twin screw/ pax: 184 1st - 366 tourist/ crew 350; 10/1929 completed by Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co., Newport News, for America Line Steamship Co., however operated by Panama Pacific Line, New York; 1937...
  3. USS Pennsylvania

    USS Pennsylvania (13,680 ts) seen here probably during the 1911 naval review. Launched on Aug. 22nd, 1903 by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, PA. Renamed Pittsburgh on Aug. 27th, 1912 to free the name for the new battleship. During WW I acted as patrol vessel, mainly off the Mexican coast...
  4. Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing the Curtiss biplane

    Another photo of the ramp installed in NDL's PENNSYLVANIA to test the Curtis Biplane. Since the note provided is "No known restrictions on publication" I assume the photo is now in the Public Domain
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