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Photo # NH 45640:   USS Narragansett stranded on the Isle of Wight, circa 1 February 1919

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U.S. NAVY SHIPS -- Listed by Hull Number

"SP" #s and "ID" #s -- World War I Era Patrol Vessels and other Acquired Ships and Craft
numbered from ID # 2100 through ID # 2199


This page covers World War I era acquired vessels numbered in the "SP" and "ID" series from ID # 2100 through ID # 2199, plus some that were given numbers but not acquired.


See the list below to locate photographs of individual ships and craft numbered in the "SP" and "ID" series from ID # 2100 through ID # 2199.

For lists of "SP" and "ID" series ships and craft in other number ranges, see:

  • "SP" #s and "ID" #s -- World War I Era Patrol Vessels and other Acquired Ships and Craft.

    If the "SP"/"ID" vessel you want does not have an active link on this page, or the other pages of this series, and the statement "no image available" is lacking, contact the Photographic Section concerning other research options.


    World War I era acquired vessels numbered from ID # 2100 through ID # 2199:

    • ID # 2102: William A. McKenney. 6256 gross ton freighter, 1916. USN: William A. McKenney, 1918-1919.

    • ID # 2119: Margin. 41-foot motor boat, 1917. USN: Margin, 1918-1919

    • ID # 2121: Hudson. Floating derrick. USN: Hudson, later YD-44, 1918?-1928. No image available
    • ID # 2129: Willoughby. 147 gross ton ferry, 1903. Also named Augustus J. Phillips. USN: Willoughby, 1918-1919

    • ID # 2136: Hohenfelde. 5800 ton freighter, 1892. USN: Long Beach, 1917-1922. Later designated AK-9

    • ID # 2140: Santa Catalina. 6381 gross ton freighter, 1913. USN: Black Hawk, 1918-1947. Later designated AD-9
    • ID # 2142: Hatteras. 10,505-ton freighter, 1917. Also named War Dragon. USN: Hatteras, 1917-1919
    • ID # 2144: Lake Huron. 2080 gross ton freighter, 1917. Also named War Hound and Serbier. USN: Lake Huron, 1918-1919. No image available
    • ID # 2147: North Pole. Barge, 1913. USN: North Pole, later YD-45, 1918?-1929. No image available
    • ID # 2149: Sudbury. 10,400-ton freighter, 1917. USN: Sudbury, 1918-1919. No image available

    • ID # 2150: Sylvan Arrow. 7797 gross ton tanker, 1917. USN: Sylvan Arrow, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2158: Lakeside. 2118 gross ton freighter, 1917. Later named Sicilier. USN: Lakeside, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2159: West Haven. 5742.6 gross ton freighter, 1917. Also named War Flame. USN: West Haven, 1918-1919

    • ID # 2160: F.J. Luckenbach. 8074 gross ton freighter, 1917. USN: F.J. Luckenbach, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2162: Somerset. 55-foot motor boat, 1917. USN: Somerset, 1918-1918
    • ID # 2164: Gorgona. 351 gross ton tug, 1915. USN: Gorgona, 1917-1919
    • ID # 2168: Wilhelmina. 6954 gross ton passenger steamer, 1909. USN: Wilhelmina, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2169: Santa Rosa. 6415 gross ton freighter, 1917. USN: Santa Rosa, 1919-1919

    • ID # 2170: Relief. 828 gross ton salvage tug, 1907. USN: Relief, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2171: Atlas. 209 gross ton schooner, 1911. USN: Atlas, 1917-1918. No image is available, or known to exist
    • ID # 2172: Gordon. Barge, 1898. USN: Gordon, later YF-117 and YR-12, 1918?-1929. No image available
    • ID # 2174: Bernard. 74 gross ton tug, 1912. USN: Bernard, 1917-1919
    • ID # 2176: Tanamo. 3299 gross ton freighter, 1914. Also named Van Hogendorp. USN: Tanamo, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2179: Bavaria. 3898 gross ton freighter, 1905. USN: Bavaria, 1918-1918

    • ID # 2180: Lake Moor. 4690-ton freighter, 1917. Also named Maski. USN: Lake Moor, 1918-1918. No image available
    • ID # 2183: Dorothy Cullen. 99 gross ton tug, 1893. Also named Joseph O'Riorden. USN: Dorothy Cullen, 1918-1920
    • ID # 2185: Alabama. 2621 gross ton tanker, 1901. Originally named Northtown. USN: Amabala (not Alabama!), 1918-1919
    • ID # 2186: Lakeview. 2003 gross ton freighter, 1917. Also named War Victor. USN: Lakeview, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2187: Artemis. 8414 gross ton passenger steamer, 1902. Also named Iowa and Bohemia. USN: Artemis, 1919-1919

    • ID # 2190: Lake Erie. 2028 gross ton freighter, 1917. Also named War Beaver. USN: Lake Erie, 1918-1919
    • ID # 2195: Manhattan. 3539 gross ton coastal passenger steamer, 1913. USN: Manhattan, later Nopatin, 1918-1920
    • ID # 2196: Narragansett. 3539 gross ton coastal passenger steamer, 1913. USN: Narragansett, 1918-1920
    • ID # 2197: Munaires. 5095 gross ton freighter, 1917. USN: Munaires, 1918-1919

    For lists of "SP" and "ID" series ships and craft in other number ranges, see:

  • "SP" #s and "ID" #s -- World War I Era Patrol Vessels and other Acquired Ships and Craft.


    To the best of our knowledge, the pictures provided in the "Online Library of Selected Images" are all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded and used for any purpose.

    If you want higher resolution reproductions than the Online Library's digital images, see: "How to Obtain Photographic Reproductions."


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