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Photo # NH 46381:  USS Mobile in New York Harbor, returning troops from Europe, 1919

Online Library of Selected Images:
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 # 4000 through ID # 4099


This page covers World War I era acquired vessels numbered in the "SP" and "ID" series from ID # 4000 through ID # 4099, 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 # 4000 through ID # 4099.

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 # 4000 through ID # 4099:

    • ID # 4008: Santa Cecilia. 6462 gross ton passenger liner, 1913. USN: Santa Cecilia, 1919-1919. No image is available, or known to exist

    • ID # 4019: South Bend. 8738 gross ton freighter, 1919. USN: South Bend, 1919-1919
    • ID # 4031: Marica. 8738 gross ton freighter. USN: Marica, 1919-1919
    • ID # 4031-A: Sol Navis. 10,000 deadweight ton freighter, 1919. USN: Sol Navis, 1919-1919, but no actual Navy service.
    • ID # 4036: Callao. Later named Ruth Alexander. 8226 gross ton freighter. USN: Callao, 1919-1919

    • ID # 4040: Graf Waldersee. 13,193 gross ton passenger liner. USN: Graf Waldersee, 1919-1919
    • ID # 4041: Eten. 6982 gross ton passenger liner. Also named Rhakotis. USN: Eten, 1919-1919
    • ID # 4042: Zeppelin. 15,200 gross ton passenger liner, 1914. Later named Ormuz. USN: Zeppelin, 1919-1919.
    • ID # 4043: Mobile. 16,971 gross ton passenger liner, 1909. Also named Cleveland and King Alexander. USN: Mobile, 1919-1919.

    • ID # 4050: New Windsor. 6207 gross ton freighter, 1919. No U.S. Navy service.
    • ID # 4051: Cap Finisterre. 14,503 gross ton passenger liner, 1911. USN: Cap Finisterre, 1919-1919.
    • ID # 4052: Santa Elena. 7415 gross ton passenger liner. USN: Santa Elena, 1919-1919.

    • ID # 4063: Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm. 26,050-ton passenger liner. USN: Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm, 1919-1919.

    • ID # 4080: Imperator. 51,969 gross ton passenger liner. USN: Imperator, 1919-1919.
    • ID # 4086: Lake Gaspar. 2331 gross ton freighter, 1918. USN: Lake Gaspar, 1918-1919.
    • ID # 4086-A: Lake Garza. 2331 gross ton freighter, 1918. USN: Lake Garza, 1918-1919. No image available

    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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    Link added 13 December 2007