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1942 - SS Venore after being torpedoed off North Carolina
221011-G-G0000-104.JPG Photo By: USCG Historian's Office (S.T. Price)

At Sea - "SS Venore, bottom-side up after sub attack off N. C. Coast -- Loaded with ore from Smith American 10 [miles] East of Oregon Inlet." Official Coast Guard Photo # 2-L-42; Dated 24 January 1942 [USCG AIR STATION Elizabeth City, N.C.] USCG Historian's Office Special Collections Archive & Library; World War II Subject File; "North Atlantic Campaign" box. 2nd floor archives room, Atkins Hall.


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