File:USS Noma 1917.jpg

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English: Photo #: NH 69814

Noma (American Steam Yacht, 1898)

Drydocked at the Union Iron Works shipyard, San Francisco, California, in 1915. This yacht served as USS Noma (SP-131) in 1917-1919. Note her figurehead.

Courtesy of the San Francisco Maritime Museum, 1969.
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Source Courtesy of the San Francisco Maritime Museum, 1969. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. Photo #: NH 69814
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