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ST. MIHIEL: 1920 - Excellent photo of troopship in Panama Canal

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United States Army Transport Service - An excellent photo of the U.S.A.T. ST. MIHIEL passing through the Miraflores Locks in the Panama Canal with Fort Clayton in the background.

The photo is of exceptional clarity, revealing all sorts of interesting details. Sailors and nursing staff are enjoying the scenery from the foredeck, the captain is resting his elbows on the bridge wing, and many of the portholes have air scoops to relieve the tropical heat. Two smaller merchant vessels are departing the lock on the other side.

Unlike so many military ships with passenger ship heritage, the ST. MIHIEL was always a troop transport, except for a brief stint during WW2 when she was a hospital ship. ST. MIHIEL was laid up in 1947 and scrapped in Baltimore in 1957. The mahogany frame looks original to the photo and measures 13" by 22".

Excellent condition.

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