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Image of Tally ribbon: U.S.S. Leviathan. No date, circa 1917-1919. - Ribbon, Commemorative

Tally ribbon: U.S.S. Leviathan. No date, circa 1917-1919. - Ribbon, Commemorative

Tally ribbon: U.S.S. Leviathan. No date, circa 1917-1919. Partial black silk ribbon, 1-1/2" high x 12" long; dull gold embroidered lettering. (Ribbon was cut for inclusion with a framed photo - see below.) Note: this item was originally framed with a U.S.S. Leviathan photo from 1918; see photo 2012.004.0010.01 or related. The ship was part of the U.S. Army Transport Service based at the U.S. Army Port of Embarkation in Hoboken during World War I. The vessel was the former Hamburg-America Line's Vaterland that was confiscated and converted for transporting members of the American Expeditionary Forces across the Atlantic to France. The vessel only carried the U.S.S. designation from Septe

Image of Sepia tone photo of troopship U.S.S. Leviathan on Hudson River nearing the Battery, n.d., ca. March - Dec. 1918.  - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of troopship U.S.S. Leviathan on Hudson River nearing the Battery, n.d., ca. March - Dec. 1918. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of the troopship U.S.S. Leviathan on Hudson River nearing the Battery, no date, circa March - December 1918. 6" high x 7-1/2" wide print. Photographer not indicated. Reverse has an illegible ink name; drymount tissue and remains of paper mounting tape. Note: this item was originally framed with a U.S.S. Leviathan tally ribbon; see objects 2012.004.0010.02 or related. The ship was part of the U.S. Army Transport Service based at the U.S. Army Port of Embarkation in Hoboken during World War I. The vessel was the former Hamburg-America Line's Vaterland that was confiscated and converted for transporting members of the American Expeditionary Forces across the Atlantic t