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Built by Todd Shipyards, Tacoma, Washington, 1920. 4747 gross tons; 380 (bp) feet long; 53 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw.  Service speed 10 knots.  

Built for U.S. Shipping Board, in 1920 and named Rotarian. Transferred to Grace Line, American flag, in 1927 and renamed Condor. Transferred to British Government, British flag, in 1940 and renamed Empire Elk. Transferred to Norwegian owners, in 1942 and renamed Norvarg. Norwegian Government. Sold to Additional Arrivals, in 1947 and renamed Nan Chiang. Nan Way Steam Ship Co. Sold to Great Northern Shipping Co. Ltd, British flag, in 1950 and renamed Northern Glow. Sold to Additional Arrivals, in 1958 and renamed Ho Ping 46. Renamed Zhan Dou 46 in 1967. Last known was in in 1979.

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