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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Lake Geneva

Other name(s): Adelanto; Aries; John J. O'Hagan; Manomet

Ship owner: Bison Steamship Co.; Hammond & Gaggino; U.S. Maritime Commission; U.S. Navy; U.S. Shipping Board

Ship builder: McDougall-Duluth Co., Duluth, Minnesota

Engine builder: McDougall-Duluth Co., Duluth, Minnesota

Year ship built: 1918

Year engine built: 1918

Final disposition: Scrapped in Hong Kong, 1952.


b) John J. O'Hagan

c) Manomet (U. S. Navy AG-37, 1941)

d) Aries (AK-51, 1942)

e) John J. O'Hagan (1946)

f) Adelanto (1948)


1) U. S. Shipping Board

2) Bison Steamship Co., Buffalo, NY (1925)

3) U. S. Navy (1941)

4) U. S. Maritime Commission (1946)

5) Hammond & Gaggion, Panama (1948)

Registry number: US. 216827

Hull number: 7

Vessel type: Laker

Height: 18.1

Width: 43.6

Length: 251

Stroke length: 40

Gross tonnage: 1998

Net tonnage: 1179

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Triple expansion

Piston 1: 20

Piston 2: 33

Piston 3: 54

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