A former name retained.
(SP2364: t. 434; l. 145; b. 312; dr. 86; s. 14 k.; cpl. 6)
Postmaster General (SP2364) was built in 1898 by Robert Palmer and Sons, Noank, Conn.; chartered by the Navy from Harbor Steamboat Co., New Rochelle, N.Y. 28 February 1918; and commissioned at New York 20 June 1918, Chief Boatswain Edward Cunningham, USNRF, in command.
During World War I Postmaster General served with the 3rd Naval District patrol forces on mail duty. She was returned to her owner at New York 6 May 1919.