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A picture of a disabled fishing vessel during Hurricane Laurie in 1969
230622-G-G0000-105.JPG Photo By: Foundation for Coast Guard History

At Sea - Original Caption: "(MB1) MOBILE, Ala., Oct. 22 - DISABLED FISHING VESSEL RIDES OUT HURRICANE--The disabled fishing vessel Dell G of Mobile wallows in heavy seas in the Gulf Wednesday after riding out Hurricane Laurie. The picture was made from a Coast Guard plane orbiting over the 67-foot vessel about 275 miles south of Mobile. A Coast Guard cutter is to tow her to port. (OFFICIAL COAST GUARD PICTURE) (AP WIREPHOTO) (sa41815. . .CG) 1969. Scan of original photo provided by FCGH.


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