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Online Library of Selected Images:
SHIPS of the UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
(including the U.S. REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE and the U.S. LIGHTHOUSE SERVICE)
The Ships of the United States Coast Guard section of the
Online Library provides ready access to photographs of ships and
craft which served in the U.S. Coast Guard (the U.S. Revenue Cutter
Service prior to 1915) and the U.S. Lighthouse Service (which
was consolidated with the Coast Guard in 1939).
This page provides links to all ships and craft of the U.S.
Coast Guard, Revenue Cutter Service and Lighthouse Service whose
photos are available in the Online Library.
If the ship you want is not listed on this page, contact the
concerning other research options.
Coast Guard, Revenue Cutter Service and Lighthouse Service
ships are listed below in alphabetical order. Scan down the list
until you find the ship you want, then click its entry to access
appropriate image pages.
- Air Piper
(WAVR-452), 1945-1947, formerly USS SC-1022
- Air Swallow
(WAVR-469), 1945-1947, formerly USS SC-1297
- Comanche (1896-1930),
formerly named Windom
(CG-3), 1924-1932. Formerly USS Cummings (DD-44)
- Geranium (1865-1910). Formerly USS Geranium (1863-1865)
- Henrietta, (1861-1862)
- Hudson (1893-1935)
- Louis McLane
(1865-1903). Named Delaware until 1873.
- Lot M. Morrill
(1889-1928), generally called Morrill
- Mangrove (1897-1947,
- Manning (1898-1930)
- McCulloch (1897-1917)
- Miami (1912-1918). Renamed Tampa in 1916
(CG-15), 1925-1931. Formerly USS Monaghan (DD-32)
- Morrill (1889-1928),
also called Lot M. Morrill
(WDE-422), 1951-1954. Formerly USS Newell (DE-322)
- Onondaga (CG-59, later WPG-79), 1934-1954
(CG-17), 1924-1930. Formerly USS Paulding (DD-22)
- Porter (CG-7),
1925-1933. Formerly USS Porter (DD-59)
(CG-18), 1924-1930. Formerly USS Roe (DD-22)
- Sea Cloud
(WPG-284), 1942-43. Later USS Sea Cloud (IX-99), 1943-1944
(Light House Tender), in service 1898
- Tampa (1912-1918). Named Miami until 1916
- Windom (1896-1930),
later renamed Comanche
- York (CG-10), 1919-1922
To the best of our knowledge, the pictures provided here are
all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded
and used for any purpose.
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Section established 17 October 1998
New ships added 28 February 2006