Coast Guard cutter Tingard steams through the water, San Pedro Bay, 1920-1937
- Coast Guard cutter Tingard steams through the water, San Pedro Bay, 1920-1937
- Los Angeles Times
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- [between 1920-1937]
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
The US Coast Guard cutter Tingard steams through the water in the San Pedro Bay. A sign on the port building in the background reads "Los Angeles."
Constructed as part of the submarine-chaser construction program of World War I which were completed by February 1919, the Tingard was then stationed at San Diego in January 1923. During the 1930s she was homeported in Oakland, CA. She was decommissioned June 3, 1937.
- 1 photograph
- b&w nitrate negative
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