View of submarine S-49 at the Philadelphia Naval Yard
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"These submarines have probably made their last sea trip. The "Sub" S-49, with part of her conning tower and after deck showing, is seen at lower right, and the "Sub" S-50, airing her flags, at the end of Pier 3, Philadelphia Navy Yard. They arrived last week from New London, Conn. They are sister craft of the S-51 which was rammed and sunk by a steamer at night off Block Island in September, 1925, with the loss of thirty-three members of its crew. The new arrivals will be put out of commission. One of the Navy Yard's huge traveling cranes is showing in upper left of photograph."
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- View of submarine S-49 at the Philadelphia Naval Yard. 1927-04-05. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://digital.library.temple.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15037coll3/id/62646. (Accessed December 13, 2018.)
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