USS Buffalo -- In Drydock

USS Buffalo is shown on this page undergoing maintenance in drydock in 1913-1914 and near the end of her active career.

This page features views of USS Buffalo in drydock.

For other images concerning this ship, see:

  • USS Buffalo (1898-1927, later AD-8)
  • USS Buffalo -- Activities and Crew
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition (Part 1: April-June 1914)
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition (Part 2: May-September 1914)
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition (Part 3: September-October 1914)
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition -- Crew
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Radio Stations and Settlements
  • Nictheroy (Brazilian Auxiliary Cruiser, 1893-1898)

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    Photo #: NH 105590

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    In drydock circa 1914, possibly at the Mare Island Navy Yard before departing on the 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition.

    Collection of Admiral Montgomery M. Taylor, donated by Louisa R. Alger, 1962 (NHF-086).

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     
    Photo #: NH 78675

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    In drydock at the Mare Island Navy Yard on 20 May 1913.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     
    Photo #: NH 78676

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    In drydock at the Mare Island Navy Yard on 20 May 1913.
    View of the starboard stern quarter showing bottom fouling.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     
    Photo #: NH 78677

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    In drydock at the Mare Island Navy Yard on 20 May 1913.
    View of the port side amidships showing bottom fouling. This was the area where the fouling was the worst.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     
    Photo #: NH 105525

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    In dry dock, during or soon after World War I.
    The original image is printed on postcard ("AZO") stock.

    Donation of Charles R. Haberlein Jr., 2008.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     
    Photo #: NH 105527

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    View of the ship's stern, showing her four-blade propeller and rudder. Taken while she was in dry dock, during or soon after World War I.
    The original image printed on postcard ("AZO") stock.

    Donation of Charles R. Haberlein Jr., 2008.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     
    Photo #: NH 105526

    USS Buffalo
    (1898-1927, later AD-8)

    Paravane skeg attached to the ship's forefoot. Taken while she was in dry dock, during or soon after World War I.
    Photograph by Lindsay, printed on postcard ("AZO")stock.

    Donation of Charles R. Haberlein Jr., 2008.

    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.

     


    For other images concerning this ship, see:

  • USS Buffalo (1898-1927, later AD-8)
  • USS Buffalo -- Activities and Crew
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition (Part 1: April-June 1914)
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition (Part 2: May-September 1914)
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition (Part 3: September-October 1914)
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Expedition -- Crew
  • USS Buffalo -- 1914 Alaskan Radio Radio Stations and Settlements
  • Nictheroy (Brazilian Auxiliary Cruiser, 1893-1898)

    Page made 19 October 2008