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Photo #: NH 46714 (Complete Caption)
USS Kentucky (BB-6)
Ship's officers, photographed on board by J. Geiser, Algiers, circa January 1901, while Kentucky was en route to the Far East.
Those present include (Seated, left to right):
Surgeon George P. Lumsden;
Lieutenant Commander Charles A. Gove;
Captain Colby M. Chester, Commanding Officer;
Lieutenant Commander Hugo Osterhaus;
Lieutenant Marvin Bevington.
Standing in the Second Row are (left to right):
Naval Cadet Frederick R. Naile (as identified on original photograph. However, this man looks more like S.H.R. Doyle);
Naval Cadet Stafford H.R. Doyle (as identified on original photograph. However, he may be George B. Landenberger. See NH 46715);
Naval Cadet John W. Schoenfeld;
Ensign Edward Woods;
Ensign Leigh C. Palmer;
Lieutenant William S. Sims;
Passed Assistant Surgeon Sheldon G. Evans;
Lieutenant John C. Leonard.
In the top row are (left to right):
Lieutenant William M. Crose;
Boatswain Francis E. Larkin;
Lieutenant William A. Moffett;
Lieutenant(Junior Grade) William P. Scott;
First Lieutenant Rush R. Wallace, Jr., USMC (probable identification);
Gunner Otto Fries;
Naval Cadet Clarence E. Landram.
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4 February 1999