United States Navy Surplus
Title: Sale of Yachts, Cargo Boats, Tugs, and Other Vessels by the Navy. July 13, 1920.
Publisher:  Government Printing Office GPO, Washington, D.C., 1920,
Seller ID: 92051
(United States Navy Surplus). Sale of Yachts, Cargo Boats, Tugs, and Other Vessels by the Navy. July 13, 1920. (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1920). Pp -19,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, stapled printed self-wraps. Vessels to be sold by sealed proposals : Passenger-Carrying Vessels – Nopatin (ex Manhattan) and Narragansett; Steam Yachts – Admiral II, Aileen, Arcturus (ex Artemis), Actus, Vega, Margaret, Galatea, Wasp, Parthenia, Naushon, Emeline, Wanderer, Winchester, Cigarette, Yacona, Pawnee, Thetis, Hauoli (ex California); Motor Boats and Motor Yachts – Snapper, Hetman, Relief, Russ, Patrol No. 6, Shirin, Wild Goose, Kemah, Patrol No. 10; Miscellaneous Craft – Yorktown (gunboat), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 2 (ex Rodgers), Machias (gunboat), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 3 (ex Dupont), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 1 (ex Foote), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 4 (ex Dahlgrin), Coast Torpedo Boat No 11 (ex Barney), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 9 (ex Somers), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 14 (ex De Long), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 16 (ex Thornton), Winthrop (tug), Coast Torpedo Boat No. 12 (ex Biddle),Fearless (tug), Standish (tug), Bella (cargo steamer), Supply (cargo steam er), Petrel (gunboat), Victorine (ex Utowana) (mine sweeper), Bessie H. Dantzler (tug), Hopkins (destroyer), U.S.S. Cincinnati (cruiser), Adams (auxiliary wooden sailing boat), Raleigh (cruiser), Bessie J. (coal barge), Dorothy Cullen (steam tug), Yenrut IV (barge). Covers detached, edges chipped and torn, tape to spine, offsetting from newspaper clippings laid in, penned note, else good only. As is. 100.00