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EFC Design 1035: 150' Steel Ocean Tug, Standard Design
Gross tonnage: 437. Dimensions (feet): 150.0' oa, 141.3' pp x 27.5' x 14.5'
Propulsion: 1 triple expansion engine, 2 Scotch boilers (180 psi), 800 ihp, 10 kts.

BAYLES SHIPYARD, INC., PORT JEFFERSON, NY
Contract No. 214 of 27 Mar 1918 for 2 ships, EFC Hulls 1390-1391, canc. 1 Jan 1920; Contract No. 464 of 6 Jul 1918 for 6 ships, EFC Hulls 2487-2492, canc. 15 Sep 1919.
EFCShip
1390BASSWOOD, yard no 132, ord 27.3.1918, documented 20.1.1920 as O/N 219294. Sold incomplete with yard 1.1.1920, completed at Chester, PA, as GEORGE C. GREER. Wrecked 1942
1391BASTROP, yard no 133, ord 27.3.1918, documented 20.1.1920 as O/N 219295. Sold incomplete with yard 1.1.1920, compl 1920 at Port Jefferson as STANDTUG NO. 1. Later SATOCO 1924/25. BU 1953
2487ILVA, ord 6.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2488ILISSUS, ord 6.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2489IMANUS, ord 6.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2490IMBROS, ord 6.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2491IONIA, ord 6.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2492(IRIS) SETAUKET, ord 6.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919

BETHLEHEM SHIPBUILDING CORP., ELIZABETHPORT, NJ
Contract No. 184 of 31 Dec 1917 for 6 ships, EFC Hulls 1169-1174; Contract No. 184 (supp.) of 28 Feb 1918 for 14 ships, EFC Hulls 1313-1326; Contract No. 313 of 15 May 1918 for 10 ships, EFC Hulls 1897-1906, canc. 25 Apr 1919.
EFCShip
1169BALDRIDGE, yard no 2118, ord 31.12.1917, compl 10.2.1919 as O/N 217535. To USCG 21.10.1921 under E.O.3564 as KICKAPOO, converted to icebreaker (WAGL 56). Sold 1947
1170BALDROCK, yard no 2119, ord 31.12.1917, compl 28.2.1919 as O/N 217536. Sold 27.4.1922 to United States & Bermuda Towing Co. BU 1950
1171(BALESHED) CLINCHO, yard no 2120, ord 31.12.1917, compl 10.4.1919 as O/N 217672. Sold 9.7.1919 to Clinchfield Navigation Co. as CLINCHO. Later BAFSHE 1927. BU 1953
1172BALLCAMP, yard no 2121, ord 31.12.1917, compl 2.4.1919 as O/N 217673. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925/26 to Ford Motor Co. Later CUMCO 1933, deleted 1955
1173BALLENAS, yard no 2122, ord 31.12.1917, compl 2.6.1919 as O/N 217679. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925/26 to W. E. Hedger Co. of New York. Later KEVIN MORAN 1941. To be USS YAQUI (AT 80) 6-7.1941 but not acquired. To Army as LT 348 1942 (name CABRILLA not confirmed), merc. KEVIN MORAN 1944, out of documentation 1951
1174BALLEW, yard no 2123, ord 31.12.1917, compl 5.6.1919 as O/N 217678. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1924/25 to Detroit Sulphite Transportation Co. and renamed SULPHITE 1926. BU 1966
1313BARKHAMSTEAD, yard no 2124, ord 28.2.1918, compl 17.6.1919 as O/N 217880. Sold 2.4.1923 to Pringle Barge Line Inc. BU 1953
1314BARLOW, yard no 2125, ord 28.2.1918, compl 13.6.1919 as O/N 217888. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925/26 to Ford Motor Co. BU 1959
1315BARRALLTON, yard no 2126, ord 28.2.1918, compl 28.6.1919 as O/N 218009. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925/26 to Ford Motor Co. Deleted 1951
1316BARRANCA, yard no 2127, ord 28.2.1918, compl 4.7.1919 as O/N 218062. Sold 1.3.1920 to Bisso Tow Boat Co., succeeded by New Orleans Coal and Towboat Co. BU 1964
1317BARRENFORK, yard no 2128, ord 28.2.1918, compl 2.7.1919 as O/N 218178. Sold 2.1.1923 to Guilds, S.A. (damaged). Later ASSISU 1940
1318BARRYTON, yard no 2129, ord 28.2.1918, compl 14.7.1919 as O/N 218179. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1924/25 to W. E. Hedger Co. of New York. Later THOMAS E. MORAN 1942, to USN as CHETCO (AT 166) 1943, NEPTUNE 1947, in collision and sank 1948
1319BUTTERFIELD, yard no 2130, ord 28.2.1918, compl 28.7.1919 as O/N 218243. Began as a temporary floating radio station for the Navy in the Caribbean. Sold 2.1.1923 to Newaygo Tug Line Inc. To Army as LT 145 1942, merc. BUTTERFIELD 1945, JOHN PURVES (twin screw diesel) 1957, museum in Sturgeon Bay WI 2003
1320BUTTERCUP, yard no 2131, ord 28.2.1918, compl 21.8.1919 as O/N 218244. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925/26 to Ford Motor Co. To USN as CHATOT (AT 167) 1943, later BUTTERCUP 1945, ALBATROS (USSR) 1945, foundered 1947
1321BARSTOW, yard no 2132, ord 28.2.1918, compl 13.9.1919 as O/N 218245. Sold 4.11.1922 to Argentine Republic as AZOPARDO, struck 1941
1322BARTHENY, yard no 2133, ord 28.2.1918, compl 23.9.1919 as O/N 218820. Sold 20.1.1922 (or 18.1.1922) to W. G. Coyle & Co. as DE BARDELEBEN
1323BARTOLOME, yard no 2134, ord 28.2.1918, compl 8.12.1919 as O/N 218913. Sale 20.4.1920 to Cuban Atlantic Transp. Co. failed. To USCG 21.10.1921 under E.O.3564 as TAMAROA, last listed as USCG 1935, to USN 1936 as TAMAROA (AT 62), later YT 136 and YTB 136, in collision and lost 1946
1324BARWICK, yard no 2135, ord 28.2.1918, compl 29.10.1919 as O/N 218912. Sale 17.7.1920 to National Oil Co. failed. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1924/25 to Morris & Cumings Dredging Co. of New York. To be USS YUMA (AT 79) 6-7.1941 but not acquired. To UK as BARWICK 1941. Later BEHEST 1944, SANSONE 1948, OPUS 1953. BU 1962
1325BASCOBEL, yard no 2136, ord 28.2.1918, compl 15.12.1919 as O/N 219035. Sale 23.4.1920 to France & Canada Oil Transp. Co. failed. Sold 9.6.1923 to Gulf Coast Transportation Co. To be USS CARIB (AT 78) 6-7.1941 but not acquired. Later EMPIRE BASCOBEL 1941, BASCOBEL 1948, sold for scrap 1963 but abandoned in the Staten Island graveyard instead
1326BASFORD, yard no 2137, ord 28.2.1918, compl 24.1.1920 as O/N 219034. Sale 21.2.1920 to France & Canada Oil Transp. Co. failed. Sold 26.6.1923 to Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR as W. B. STOREY. BU 1968
1897PASQUE, yard no 2138, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1898KAMIAKIN, yard no 2139, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1899KLICKITAT, yard no 2140, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1900WAQUOIT, yard no 2141, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1901SAGAMORE, yard no 2142, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1902WIANNO, yard no 2143, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1903WENAUMET, yard no 2144, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1904NOBSKA, yard no 2145, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1905KITTITAS, yard no 2146, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919
1906PEMKESE, yard no 2147, ord 15.5.1918, cancelled 25.4.1919

CONSOLIDATED SHIPBUILDING CORP., MORRIS HTS, NY
(Gas Engine & Power Co. & Chas. L. Seabury & Co.)

Contract No. 439 of 17 Jul 1918 for 3 ships, EFC Hulls 2568-2570, canc. 15 Sep 1919.
EFCShip
2568(UNNAMED), ord 17.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2569(UNNAMED), ord 17.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2570(UNNAMED), ord 17.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919

FOUNDATION CO., PORT HURON, MI
Contract No. 412 of 30 Jul 1918 for 10 ships, EFC Hulls 2395-2404, canc. 14 Mar 1919.
EFCShip
2395FERALIA, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2396FLANO, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2397FARMIA, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2398GALBA, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2399GANGES, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2400GARGANUS, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2401GARUMNA, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2402GAULUS, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2403GAZA, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919
2404GETA, ord 30.7.1918, cancelled 14.3.1919

W.H. GAHAGAN, ARVERNE, NY
Contract No. 432 of 14 Aug 1918 for 10 ships, EFC Hulls 2280-2289, canc. 18 Mar 1919.
EFCShip
2280ISMARUS, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2281ISTRIA, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2282LAERTES, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2283LAGUS, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2284LAMUS, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2285LARUNDA, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2286LARISSA, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2287LATONA, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2288LAURON, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919
2289LEMURES, ord 14.8.1918, cancelled 18.3.1919

LAKE & OCEAN SHIPBUILDING CO., CLEVELAND, OH
Contract No. 398 of 20 Jul 1918 for 3 ships, EFC Hulls 2384-2386, canc. 1 Mar 1919.
EFCShip
2384ISCHUA, yard no 1, ord 20.7.1918, cancelled 1.3.1919
2385HIERO, yard no 2, ord 20.7.1918, cancelled 1.3.1919
2386HIMIECO, yard no 3, ord 20.7.1918, cancelled 1.3.1919

NEW JERSEY DRY DOCK & TRANSPORTATION CO., ELIZABETHPORT, NJ
Contract No. 396 of 22 Jul 1918 for 2 ships, EFC Hulls 2566-2567, canc. 15 Sep 1919.
EFCShip
2566LERNA, ord 22.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2567LEROS, ord 22.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919

NEWBURGH SHIPYARDS, INC., NEWBURGH, NY
Contract No. 387 of 11 Jul 1918 for 3 ships, EFC Hulls 2169-2171, canc. 15 Sep 1919.
EFCShip
2169(UNNAMED), yard no 11, ord 11.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2170(UNNAMED), yard no 12, ord 11.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919
2171(UNNAMED), yard no 13, ord 11.7.1918, cancelled 15.9.1919

NORTHWEST ENGINEERING WORKS, GREEN BAY, WI
Contract No. 382 of 27 Jun 1918 for 6 ships, EFC Hulls 2065-2070; Contract No. 505 of 24 Sep 1918 for 9 ships, EFC Hulls 2795-2803, canc. 19 May 1919.
EFCShip
2065VALLONIA, ord 27.6.1918, compl 1920 as O/N 219803. To USCG 21.10.1921 under E.O.3564 as SAUKEE, off USCG list 1935, merc. TROJAN 1937. BU 1948
2066MOOSITAUKA, ord 27.6.1918, compl 1920 as O/N 219143. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1924/25 to Matson Navigation Co. as MAOI, scuttled 1950
2067TOOPI, ord 27.6.1918, compl 1920 as O/N 219801. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1924 as GYPSUM QUEEN. Later NASSAU 1925/26, PEMEX XIV. Deleted 1955
2068MENOMINEE, ord 27.6.1918, compl 1920 as O/N 218978. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925/26 to Southern Transportation Co. of New Jersey. Sunk 1942
2069OUTAGAMIE, ord 27.6.1918, compl 25.5.1920 as O/N 219804. Sold 30.7.1920 to Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. Later Army LT 54, merc. SEA QUEEN 1947. BU 1954
2070(WINNEBAGO) PYLOS, ord 27.6.1918, compl 1920 as O/N 219802. To USCG 21.10.1921 under E.O.3564 as MASCOUTIN, off USCG list 1934, merc. PYLOS, HENRY W. CARD 1937, deleted 1959
2795(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2796(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2797(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2798(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2799(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2800(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2801(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2802(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919
2803(UNNAMED), ord 24.9.1918, cancelled 19.5.1919

PROVIDENCE ENGINEERING CORP., CITY IS., NY
(Hulls subcontracted to Kyle & Purdy, City Is., NY)

Contract No. 208 of 14 Mar 1918 for 10 ships, EFC Hulls 1345-1354.
EFCShip
1345BATHALUM, ord 14.3.1918, compl 15.8.1919 as O/N 218587. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1926/27 to Ford Motor Co. BU 1960
1346BATHGATE, ord 14.3.1918, compl 18.9.1919 as O/N 218588. Sold 17.2.1920 to Southern Transport Co. To USN as BOMAZEEN (YT 238) 1942, merc. SEA DUKE 1947. BU 1953
1347BATTLEBORO, ord 14.3.1918, compl 27.10.1919 as O/N 218908. Sold 25.2.1920 to Southern Transport Co. Later POCOMOKE 1942. BU 1953
1348BAYMEAD, ord 14.3.1918, compl 14.11.1919 as O/N 219142. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1926/27 to Ford Motor Co. BU 1960
1349(BACONE) TAGUS, ord 14.3.1918, compl 12.1919 as O/N 218909. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1924 to O'Brien Bros. Towing Co. of New York as O'BRIEN. Later THOMAS E. MORAN 1941, PORTO BELLO (Panama Canal) 1941, SAN PEDRO (same) 1948
1350BADDACOCK, ord 14.3.1918, compl 14.5.1920 as O/N 219723. Sold 14.5.1920 to National Oil Co. Wrecked off Aransas 1920
1351BAYPORT, ord 14.3.1918, compl 17.7.1920 as O/N 219722. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1929/30 to W. G. Coyle & Co of Louisiana and renamed H. T. DE BARDELEBEN 1931. Wrecked off South Pass 1934
1352BAYSIDE, ord 14.3.1918, compl 9.1920 as O/N 220570. To USCG 21.10.1921 under E.O.3564 as CAHOKIA, USS CAHOKIA (AT 61) 1936, YT 135 1938, Merc. CAHOKIA 1947. BU 1953
1353BAYSPRING, ord 14.3.1918, compl 10.1920 as O/N 220569. To USN 1921 (28 Sep) in place of GOLIAH as BAY SPRING (AT 60), to YNG 19 (1940), sold 1947. BU 1958
1354BEACHHAVEN, ord 14.3.1918, compl 3.1.1920 as O/N 219141. Sold 17.2.1920 to Southern Transport Co. as BERMUDA. BU 1952

WHITNEY BROTHERS CO., SUPERIOR, WI
Contract No. 216 of 20 Mar 1918 for 4 ships, EFC Hulls 1442-1445; Contract No. 216 (supp.) of 12 Jul 1918 for 6 ships, EFC Hulls 2039-2044.
EFCShip
1442HUKEY, yard no 51, ord 20.3.1918, compl 16.6.1919 as O/N 218026. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925 to Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR as A. G. WELLS, later Army LT 241. BU 1954
1443HULVER, yard no 52, ord 20.3.1918, compl 19.7.1919 as O/N 218074. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1925 to Mobile [Ala.] Towing & Wrecking Co
1444HUMACONNA, yard no 53, ord 20.3.1918, compl 25.8.1919 as O/N 218071. Sold 15.11.1922 to Merrill & Ring Lumber Co. Later GREGORY J. BUSCH 1981
1445HUMRICK, yard no 54, ord 20.3.1918, compl 17.8.1919 as O/N 218072. Still USSB 4.1924. Sold 1926/27 to Ford Motor Co. BU 1975
2039KESHENA, yard no 55, ord 12.7.1918, compl 26.9.1919 as O/N 218727. Sold 1.2.1923 to Southern Transportation Co.
2040KIOKEE, yard no 56, ord 12.7.1918, compl 10.10.1919 as O/N 218728. Sold 31.1.1923 to The P. Dougherty Co. as IVANHOE
2041KIRON, yard no 57, ord 12.7.1918, compl 21.10.1919 as O/N 218729. Sold 31.1.1923 to Eastern Transportation Co. as A. L. WALKER 1923. BU 1948
2042KITCHI, yard no 58, ord 12.7.1918, compl 8.11.1919 as O/N 218730. Sold 31.1.1923 to The P. Dougherty Co. as DUNMORE
2043KOLDA, yard no 59, ord 12.7.1918, compl 21.11.1919 as O/N 219176. Sold 31.1.1923 to Eastern Transportation Co. as MONTROSE
2044KALEEN, yard no 60, ord 12.7.1918, compl 10.12.1919 as O/N 219175. Sold 1.2.1923 to Southern Transportation Co. Later KALEEN McALLISTER 1947, out of service 1950

EFC Design 1036: 100' Steel Harbor Tug, Standard Design
Gross tonnage: 183/192. Dimensions (feet): 100.2' oa, 94.8' pp x 24.0'
Propulsion: 1 compound (2-cylinder) engine, 1 cylindrical boiler, 450 ihp

JOHNSON IRON WORKS, N. ORLEANS, LA
Contract No. 198 of 2 Mar 1918 for 6 ships, EFC Hulls 1298-1303.
EFCShip
1298DEGOLIA, yard no 134, ord 2.3.1918, compl 1.11.1919 as O/N 219137. To Army Corps of Engineers 10.4.1920, off USACE list 1931, merc. WILLIAM P. FEELEY (Great Lakes Dredge) 1934, MARTIN H. BRENNAN (same owner) 1951, BU 1957 at Cleveland
1299DEGREY, yard no 135, ord 2.3.1918, compl 3.12.1919 as O/N 219162. To Army Corps of Engineers 5.4.1920 as MAJOR FRAZER, merc. M. & J. TRACY 1939, PATRICE McALLISTER 1955 (diesel 1957, 1600 hp), foundered under tow off Atlantic City NJ 1976
1300DELAMAR, yard no 136, ord 2.3.1918, compl 30.12.1919 as O/N 219554. To Army Corps of Engineers 31.1.1920, to LT 797 ca. 1944
1301DELANCO, yard no 137, ord 2.3.1918, compl 1.3.1920 as O/N 219598. Sold 1.3.1920 to Gulf Refining Co. of Louisiana. To Gulf Oil 1920, served as fire fighting tug. To diesel 1954, 900 hp. Still existed 2017
1302DELAND, yard no 138, ord 2.3.1918, compl 1.5.1920 as O/N 219604. To Army Corps of Engineers 1.5.1920, in WWII without LT number. Later DONAL G. McALLISTER 1955 (still steam) and fishing vessel PURSUIT 1968 (both O/N 270988). Reportedly still in documentation 2016 owned by Bayou Holdings, Panama City, Fla
1303DELAPLAINE, yard no 139, ord 2.3.1918, compl 26.3.1920 as O/N 219603. Sold 26.3.1920 to M. E. Eads-Johnson. To Mexican registry 1920/21 as PEPE MORALES, DELAPLAINE 1931 (at Aruba with Esso 1925-55), CEDROS 1965 (diesel). BU 1973 in Spain


NORTHWEST ENGINEERING WORKS, GREEN BAY, WI
Contract No. 207 of 9 Mar 1918 for 2 ships, EFC Hulls 1343-1344.
EFCShip
1343(PISCATAQUA) COCKAMONG, ord 9.3.1918, compl 1918 as O/N 217302. Sold 1920/21 to Havemeyers & Elder, New York, as INTEGRITY, BU 1962
1344(CHARTIERS) COCHECO, ord 9.3.1918, compl 19.6.1919 as O/N 217301. Sold 26.3.1920 to M. E. Eads-Johnson. Later INDUSTRY No 2 1920/21, INVADER 1921/22 (Havemeyers & Elder), BU 1963

EFC Steel Barges

EFC Design 1039: 7500-dwt Steel Barge, Alabama DD & SB Co. Design
Gross tonnage: 4074. Dimensions (feet): 352.0' oa, 335.0' pp x 52.0'
Propulsion: None

ALABAMA DRY DOCK & SHIPBUILDING CO., MOBILE, AL
Contract No. 42 of 20 Jul 1917 for 2 ships, EFC Hulls 301-302.
EFCShip
301(FAMOSA) DARIEN, yard no 9, ord 20.7.1917, compl 1920 as O/N -- (Panama). Seagoing coal barge for Panama Canal Co. Later DARIEN (ON 231665, merc.) 1924, DEBARDELEBEN MARINE III 1960, TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 8 1962, off list 1970
302(WINDA) MAMEI, yard no 10, ord 20.7.1917, compl 1920 as O/N -- (Panama). Seagoing coal barge for Panama Canal Co. Later MAMEI (ON 231666, merc.) 1924, PATRICIA SHERIDAN 1960, off list c.1969

EFC Design 1096: 1800-dwt Steel Oil Barge, Nashville Bridge Co. Design
Gross tonnage: --. Dimensions (feet): 206' oa, 200' pp x 35' x 15'
Propulsion: None

NASHVILLE BRIDGE CO., NASHVILLE, TN
Contract No. 500 of 23 Sep 1918 for 8 ships, EFC Hulls 2776-2783, of which hulls 2780-2783 canc. 24 Sep 1919.
EFCShip
2776(VINITA) NASHVILLE, ord 23.9.1918, compl 6.1.1920. Tank barge. Sold 29.3.1922 (or 3.3.1922) to John W. Sullivan Co. (damaged). Not listed 1922/23
2777(LAS VEGAS) HERMITAGE, ord 23.9.1918, compl 24.5.1920. Tank barge. Sold 25.3.1922 (or 3.3.1922) to W. E. Winship. Listed as O/N 167912 1922/23. Off list 1923/24
2778(SALINA) OLD HICKORY, ord 23.9.1918, compl 13.9.1920. Tank barge. Sold 6.2.1922 (or 17.1.1922) to W. E. Winship. Listed as O/N 167915 1922/23. Off list 1923/24, back on list 1937/38 to 1940
2779(SAPULPA) CANEY FORK, ord 23.9.1918, compl 13.9.1920. Tank barge. Launched 4 May 1920. Sold 6.2.1922 (or 17.1.1922) to W. E. Winship. Listed as O/N 167910 1922/23. Off list 1923/24
2780(HUTCHINSON) SEQUATCHIE, ord 23.9.1918, cancelled 24.9.1919
2781(COLORADO SPRINGS) CHILHAWEE, ord 23.9.1918, cancelled 24.9.1919
2782(OKLAHOMA CITY) GALLATIN, ord 23.9.1918, cancelled 24.9.1919
2783(CAPITAL OF NEBRASKA) SEVIER, ord 23.9.1918, cancelled 24.9.1919

Sources: NARA: RG 32 (Records of the USSB, particularly those of the Ship Construction Division, 32.4.3); the remarkable website of Tim Colton, www.shipbuildinghistory.com; Merchant Vessels of the United States; annual reports and congressional testimony of the USSB; etc.