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Agnes Foss:

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Agnes Foss (1904) (towing vessel; built 1904; 443 tons; also named Col. George Armistead, Mary Foss, Yt-334 (Dekanawida), Ytb-334 (Dekanawida), Agnes Foss, Celtic) Subscribe to view
Agnes Foss (1942) (towing vessel; built 1942; 836 tons; also named Col. George Armistead, Acm-5 (Barbican), Uscg Ivy (Wlb 329), Wlb 329, Agnes Foss, Maria Jose) Subscribe to view
Agnes Foss (1970) (towing vessel; built 1970, in Long Beach, CA; 177 tons; also named Ocean Star, Agnes Foss, Pacific Raven) Subscribe to view
Agnes Foss (I) (Mine Layer; built 1904, in Philadelphia, PA, USA; 443 tons; naming history: Colonel G. Armistad (U.S.A.T.S.) (1904); Agnes Foss (I) (1941); Celtic (V) (1970); registration numbers: 241313 (US); (Philippines Register)) Subscribe to view
Agnes Foss (tug; ON: 529686; built in 1970, at Amelia, LA; 112.2 ft long) Subscribe to view
Agnes Foss -- motor tug
Book The H. W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest Illustration
Author Gordon R. Newell, ed.
Published Superior Publishing Company, Seattle,
Pages 510, 510, 702
Agnes Foss, a diesel powered tugboat, in Elliott Bay, Seattle, n.d. Subscribe to view
Agnes Foss, ex-Col. George Armistead of 1904 Subscribe to view