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|S.S. Wilscox (Design 1027), probably photographed around the time of her completion in December 1919. This photograph was used in a 1925 EFC sales catalog to represent this class. (NHC: S-528-A)|
|S.S. City of Rayville (Design 1027) photographed during the 1920s or 1930s. The later ships of this type lacked the break in the superstructure between the bridge and the stack, although they retained the kingposts there. City of Rayville became the first U.S. merchant ship lost in World War II when she was sunk by a mine in November 1940. (Shipscribe)|