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A photo of the wardroom of the Revenue Cutter Seminole, 1913.
210604-G-G0000-1011.JPG Photo By: USCG Historian's Office

At Sea - A photo of the wardroom of U.S. Revenue Cutter Seminole and on display is a new silver set given to the cutter by Lloyds of London ("Salvage Association) for the cutter's efforts to save the steamer Berkshire on October 21-26, 1912. Captain S. L. Carden, commanding. He noted in a hand-written caption that the individual on the left was his "Cabin Boy Puck" who was "a fine lad." Photo dated January 20, 1913. Accession #526; MVG-152 #58.


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