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S.S. Liberte
French Line's LIBERTE a)EUROPA leaving New York, assisted by Moran tugs. Vessel was built for North German Lloyd, entering service in 1930. After WWII she was awarded to France in compensation for loss of NORMANDIE. LIBERTE was retired in 1961.
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S.S. Liberte
French Line's LIBERTE at New York. Vessel built at North German Lloyd's EUROPA at Hamburg, Germany in 1928. Tug JOHN E. McALLISTER in foreground.
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S.S. Kenya
British India Steam Navigation Co.'s KENYA at Southampton, England. Vessel built by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. at Glasgow, Scotland in 1951.
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S.S. Independence
American Export Lines' INDEPENDENCE at New York. November 1955. Vessel built at Quincy, Mass., entered service in January 1951 between New York and Mediterranean ports.
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S.S. Independence
American Export's INDEPENDENCE, built at Quincy, MA, entered service in January 1951. Shown at New York with AMERICA at right.
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S.S. Ile de France
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S.S. Ile de France
Bow of S. S. UNITED STATES at left. ILE DE FRANCE stack and bridge at Pier 88 North River, New York City.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ile de France
French liner ILE DE FRANCE at Pier 88 North River, New York City with lifeboats lowered for boat drill. Taken from S. S. UNITED STATES.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ile de France
French Line's ILE DE FRANCE. Built in 1927 the liner crossed the Atlantic until 1959, including service as a troop transport in WWII. Shown as refurbished after the War. She was famous as the main rescue ship when the ANDREA DORIA sank south of Nantucket in 1956.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ile de France
French Line's ILE DE FRANCE. Built in 1927 the liner crossed the Atlantic until 1959, including service as a troop transport in WWII. Shown as refurbished after the War. She was famous as the main rescue ship when the ANDREA DORIA sank south of Nantucket in 1956.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ile de France
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S.S. Homeric
Home Lines' HOMERIC a) MARIPOSA in New York Harbor. Built at Quincy, MA in 1931 for Matson Line's South Pacific service, she was refurbished after WWII as shown.
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