SS Santa Leonora underway, 1919USS Canopus, circa 1920sUSS Canopus with submarines USS S-36, S-37, S-38, S-39, S-40, and S-41, Apra Harbor, Guam, 1924USS Canopus with submarines USS S-36, S-37, S-38, S-39, S-40, and S-41, Apra Harbor, Guam, 29 Oct 1924
SS Santa Leonora underway, 1919USS Canopus, circa 1920sUSS Canopus with submarines USS S-36, S-37, S-38, S-39, S-40, and S-41, Apra Harbor, Guam, 1924USS Canopus with submarines USS S-36, S-37, S-38, S-39, S-40, and S-41, Apra Harbor, Guam, 29 Oct 1924
USS S-37 moored alongside USS Canopus, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, date unknownUSS Canopus, early 1926Submarines S-40, S-38, and S-41 (left to right) moored along side USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, 1930; note another submarine approachingUSS S-36, USS S-39, USS S-37, and USS S-41 moored alongside of USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, circa 1930; note Chinese civilians mingling with US sailors
USS S-37 moored alongside USS Canopus, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, date unknownUSS Canopus, early 1926Submarines S-40, S-38, and S-41 (left to right) moored along side USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, 1930; note another submarine approachingUSS S-36, USS S-39, USS S-37, and USS S-41 moored alongside of USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, circa 1930; note Chinese civilians mingling with US sailors
USS S-36, USS S-39, USS S-37, and USS S-41 moored alongside of USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, circa 1930; note Chinese civilians mingling with US sailorsUSS S-40, USS S-38, and USS S-41 (left to right) moored alongside of USS Canopus at Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, 1930USS S-41, USS S-38, and USS S-40 (left to right) moored alongside of USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, 1930USS Canopus with submarines (left to right) S-37, S-40, S-36, S-38, S-41, and S-39, 1930s
USS S-36, USS S-39, USS S-37, and USS S-41 moored alongside of USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, circa 1930; note Chinese civilians mingling with US sailorsUSS S-40, USS S-38, and USS S-41 (left to right) moored alongside of USS Canopus at Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, 1930USS S-41, USS S-38, and USS S-40 (left to right) moored alongside of USS Canopus, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, 1930USS Canopus with submarines (left to right) S-37, S-40, S-36, S-38, S-41, and S-39, 1930s
USS Canopus, Shanghai, China, 1930s; note motion picture screen attached to the main mastUSS Jason (center) at Dewey Drydock, Subic Bay Navy Yard, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, 9 Mar 1932; note USS Canopus at upper right with S-38 (outboard) and three other submarinesUSS Canopus with USS S-39 and three other submarines, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, 5 Jul 1938
USS Canopus, Shanghai, China, 1930s; note motion picture screen attached to the main mastUSS Jason (center) at Dewey Drydock, Subic Bay Navy Yard, Olongapo, Philippine Islands, 9 Mar 1932; note USS Canopus at upper right with S-38 (outboard) and three other submarinesUSS Canopus with USS S-39 and three other submarines, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, 5 Jul 1938
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