CountryUnited States
Ship ClassBalao-class Submarine
Hull NumberSS-292


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Aerial view of William Cramp & Sons shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 15 Mar 1943Launching of submarine Devilfish, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 30 May 1943Submarine tender USS Griffin with unidentified submarines (possibly USS Piranha, USS Lionfish, USS Moray, USS Devilfish, or USS Hacklebak), Midway Atoll, 26 Aug-1 Sep 194552 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet, Mare Island Navy Yard, California, United States, circa Jan 1946

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1. Thia says:
8 Mar 2019 10:21:44 AM

I have a book Lassie Come Home by Eric Knight.
Which is stamped on the book "do not remove from boat the USS devilfish.
Did the submarine have a library because I believe I have one of the books that was on the ship.
First addition Lassie come home"
Would it be worth anything?

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Aerial view of William Cramp & Sons shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 15 Mar 1943
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