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|History||Home ports as follows: New York, NY (1904-1906); Detroit, MI (1906-1919); New York, NY (1919-1924).
At the time of its loss it was carrying potatoes to the British West Indies for the Pan-American Banana Producers Association of Toronto, Canada.
The vessel was identified in 2002 in roughly 4,000 ft. of water in the Gulf of Mexico. It was identified through a survey conducted by C&C Technologies Inc. of Lafayette, LA. using the HUGIN 3000 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle and a Remote Operated Survey carried out by SonSub International for BP Exploration.
|Disposition||Sold British in 1924. The ANONA was lost in June 1944, in the Gulf of Mexico, when the hull plating separated.|
|Builder||Lawley & Son|
|Place Built||Boston, MA|