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Peter C. Struven (S. P. 332)

(SP-332: t. 254; l. 152'; b. 22'; s. 11.5 k.; cpl. 36; a. I 1-pdr.)

A former name retained.

Peter C. Struven (S. P. 332) was built in 1907 by E.J. Tull, Pocomoke City, Md.; acquired by the Navy from her owner, Bellows Squires Co., Ocran, Va.; and placed in service 9 August 1917.

Assigned to the 5th Naval District as a section patrol craft, Peter C. Struven conducted patrols in the area of Hampton Roads and the Elizabeth River throughout the war. She was placed out of service and sold to Lewes Oil and Chemical Co., Lewes, Del. 1 July 1919.

Published: Tue Feb 16 19:04:19 EST 2016