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Western Pipe & Steel Co., South San Francisco CA and San Pedro CA

(formerly Shaw-Batcher Company Ship Works [1917-1920] and including Southwestern Shipbuilding [1918-1922])

Most recent update January 20, 2014.


Western Pipe & Steel Company was created in Los Angeles in 1906, by T. A. Hays and James A. Talbot.  In 1917, they acquired the Shaw-Batcher Company Ship Works, in South San Francisco, which had been established to build cargo ships for the U.S. Shipping Board, and in 1918 they established Southwestern Shipbuilding, in San Pedro, to avoid the high costs associated with San Francisco.  After the war, the South San Francisco yard was stripped of its shipbuilding capability and used for industrial pipe fabrication, while the San Pedro yard was sold to Bethlehem Steel.  (See a separate table for this yard here.)  In 1939, the South San Francisco yard was reactivated and a new yard was established in San Pedro, at a different site.  Both yards ceased shipbuilding at the end of WWII and were sold to Consolidated Steel for industrial use.

The South San Francisco yard had four berths, two on each side of a large basin, from which ships were side launched.  It is now part of the Oyster Point residential complex.  See it from the air on Google here: you can see its basin on Veterans Boulevard, at the northwest corner of the complex.  The WWI San Pedro yard was on Terminal Island and is still a shipyard, although inactive: see it from the air on Google here.  The WWII San Pedro yard was in the West Basin, where Berths 125 to 132 are now: see the site from the air on Google here

The hull numbering system is complicated.  The USSB ordered a total of 45 EFC Design 1019 freighters from Schaw-Batcher and Southwestern, nine of which were cancelled, although one was later completed as a tanker for a private owner.  Hulls 1-18 at South San Francisco were documented by the US Government and ABS as having been built by Shaw-Batcher while all the hulls built in San Pedro were documented as having been built by Southwestern Shipbuilding.  Despite the fact that Western Pipe & Steel owned both facilities, contemporary media rarely used the parent company’s name in connection with either shipyard prior to WWII.  During WWI, each shipyard had its own hull numbering sequence, but some vessels that were to have been built by Schaw-Batcher were switched to Southwestern and renumbered.  In 1938, however, when Western Pipe decided to re-enter the shipbuilding business, they restructured the numbering system.  It appears that they totaled up the entire previous production, at both yards, including the cancelled vessels, to establish a starting point for new work, and from that point on, a common hull numbering sequence was used.

Hull # Official # Original Name Original Owner Ship Type Ship Design Govt. # Tons Delivery Disposition
WORLD WAR ONE
Ordered 21-Jul-17 and built in South San Francisco
1 216975 Isanti USSB Cargo Ship 1019 334 5,713 30-Sep-18 Scrapped 1930
2 217209 Nantahala USSB Cargo Ship 1019 335 6,062 31-Oct-18 Scrapped 1929
3 217522 West Avenal USSB Cargo Ship 1019 336 5,688 20-Dec-18 Scrapped 1929
4 217391 Oskaloosa USSB Cargo Ship 1019 337 6,049 1-Feb-19 Scrapped 1929
5 217710 West Vaca USSB Cargo Ship 1019 338 5,548 27-Mar-19 Scrapped 1929
6 218033 West Ashawa USSB Cargo Ship 1019 339 5,609 21-May-19 Scrapped 1929
7 218328 West Alcoz USSB Cargo Ship 1019 340 5,606 21-Jun-19 Scrapped 1929
8 218556 West Aleta USSB Cargo Ship 1019 341 5,719 28-Jul-19 Wrecked 1920
Ordered 2-Feb-18 and built in South San Francisco
9 218806 West Cactus USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1148 5,642 Aug-19 Scrapped 1947
10 218973 West Caddoa USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1149 5,721 26-Sep-19 Later Empire Guillemot 1941, torpedoed from the air and lost 1941
11 219393 West Kader USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1150 5,751 31-Dec-19 Later New York 1928, Pan Kraft 1937, bombed and lost 1942
12 219627 West Cadron USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1151 5,724 3-Mar-20 Later Iowa 1928, wrecked 1936
13 219898 West Cahokia USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1152 5,720 16-Apr-20 Later Pacific Fir 1926, Jacob Ruppert 1938, Cocle 1941, torpedoed and lost 1942
14 219832 West Calera USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1153 5,721 14-Jan-20 Later Golden Harvest 1928, Oklahoman 1937, wrecked 1942
15 220061 West Camak USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1154 5,721 Aug-20 Later Antonio Locatelli 1938, sunk by gunfire 1940
16 220385 West Camargo USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1155 5,720 25-Sep-20 Later Desna 1943, scrapped 1973
17 220634 West Canon USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1156 5,645 Aug-20 Later Pacific Spruce 1926, William L. Thompson 1939, Transocean 1947, Hai Fei 1948, scrapped 1960
18 220763 West Carmona USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1157 5,645 Oct-20 Later Golden State 1928, Lahaina 1937, sunk by gunfire 1941
Ordered 16-Mar-18, transferred to Southwestern Shipbuilding 22-Apr-18 and built in San Pedro as Southwestern's Hulls 1-10
19 217373 West Carnifax USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1371 6,150 Jan-19 Later Exford 1928, Pan Royal 1930, in collision and lost 1943
20 217547 West Caruth USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1372 6,150 Feb-19 Later Exmoor 1923, Antonio Tripcovich 1924, Seisho Maru 1928, torpedoed and lost 1944 
21 217709 West Catanace USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1373 6,150 Mar-19 Later Atlantic 1923, Theodore 1947, Archon 1951, scrapped 1952 
22 217932 West Sequana USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1374 6,150 Apr-19 Later Golden Cloud 1928, Waimea 1938, Marcar 1950, Carmar 1952, Madelaine 1955, scrapped 1958
23 218027 West Cavanal USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1375 6,150 Jun-19 Later Edgar Bowling 1923, Texmar 1927, Irkutsk 1945, scrapped 1966
24 218322 West Cawthon USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1376 6,150 Jul-19 Later Empire Bison 1940, torpedoed and lost 1940
25 218614 West Cayote USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1377 6,150 Aug-19 Later Washington 1928, bombed and lost 1942
26 218323 West Chetac USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1378 6,150 Jun-19 Torpedoed and lost 1942
27 218732 West Inskip USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1379 6,000 Sep-19 Later Charcas 1926, Carreta 1940, Parita Sun 1947, scrapped 1953
28 218817 West Chicopee USSB Cargo Ship 1019 1380 6,000 Dec-19 Renamed Bakersfield, later Chagres 1941, Mirafjord 1947, San Salvatore 1950, scrapped 1953
Ordered 10-Jul-18 but cancelled 18-Nov-19
29     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2202 5,700    
30     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2203 5,700    
31     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2204 5,700    
32     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2205 5,700    
Ordered 10-Jul-18 and built in San Pedro by Southwestern as Hulls 11-18
33 219434 West Neris USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2206 6,000 Dec-19 Later Irish Oak 1941, torpedoed and lost 1943
34 219522 West Niger USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2207 6,000 Jan-20 Later Nevada 1938, wrecked 1932
35 219658 West Nilus USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2208 5,650 Mar-20 Sunk as breakwater at Normandy 1944
36 219937 West Niveria USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2209 5,650 Apr-20 Later Golden Coast 1928, Delawarean 1937, Empire Hawksbill 1940, torpedoed and lost 1942
37 220024 West Nomentum USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2210 5,650 May-20 Later Pennsylvania 1928, Pan 1947, Tanar 1949, in collision and sank 1959
38 220199 West Norranus USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2211 5,650 Jun-20 Later Pacific Pine 1926, Maine 1937, Lvov 1945, Istra 1951, scrapped 1958
39 220315 West Notus USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2212 5,650 Jul-20 Shelled and scuttled 1942
40 220527 West Numidia USSB Tanker 1019 2213 5,650 Aug-20 Renamed Hollywood and completed as a tanker, wrecked and lost 1945
Cancelled but completed privately in San Pedro by Southwestern as Hull 19
41 220900 Mary Luckenbach USSB Tanker 1019 2214 8,600 20-Dec Later C. B. Watson 1936, Indiana 1947, Al Horreya 1954, Mansoura 1957, scrapped 1963
Ordered 10-Jul-18 but cancelled 18-Nov-19
42     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2215     Cancelled
43     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2656     Cancelled
44     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2657     Cancelled
45     USSB Cargo Ship 1019 2658     Cancelled
Built in South San Francisco
46 220666 Miss Snip   60-ft. Yacht     26 1920  
47   Unnamed   40-ft. Yacht       1920  
Built in San Pedro as Hulls 20-26
48 167850 Union Oil Co. of California 1920 Union Oil Barge      165 Apr-20  
49 221100 Montebello Union Oil Tanker     8,272 4-Mar-21 Torpedoed and lost 1941
50 221103 La Placentia Union Oil Tanker     8,272 15-Apr-21 Scrapped 1948
51 221691 La Purisima Union Oil Tanker     8,272 20-Oct-21 Later Taganrog 1943, Octorara 1944, La Purisima 1946, scrapped 1947
52 Dutch Scopas N.I.T.M. Tanker     5,900 Jul-21 Scrapped 1939
53 Dutch Silvanus N.I.T.M. Tanker     5,900 10-Aug-21 Later Papoose 1926 (ON 226583), torpedoed and lost 1942
54 Dutch Semiramis N.I.T.M. Tanker     5,900 22-Sep-21 Later Kyoko Maru 1943, torpedoed and lost 1943
WORLD WAR TWO
Ordered Jul-38, built in South San Francisco
55   No 3 USACoE Dump Scow       Jan-39  
56   No 4 USACoE Dump Scow       Jan-39  
Ordered 20-Oct-39, built in South San Francisco
57 240439 American Manufacturer USMC Cargo Ship C1-B 94 6,821 11-Apr-41 Sold 1948 as Hoegh Merchant, later Mathilda 1956, President Osmena 1963 and Seven Generals 1965, scrapped 1973
58 240658 American Leader USMC Cargo Ship C1-B 95 6,778 12-Jun-41 Sunk by gunfire near St. Helena 1942
59 240754 American Builder USMC Cargo Ship C1-B 96 6,834 25-Jul-41 To NDRF 1952 as Cape Decision, scrapped 1968
60 240954 American Press USMC Cargo Ship C1-B 97 6,841 3-Sep-41 To NDRF 1952 as Cape Lookout, scrapped 1970
61 241055 American Packer USMC Cargo Ship C1-B 98 6,802 14-Oct-41 Scrapped 1971
Ordered 20-Sep-40, built in South San Francisco
62   Steel Artisan USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 171 10,200d 30-Sep-42 To USN as Barnes (CVE 7), to Britain as HMS Attacker (D 02), sold 1950 as passenger ship Castel Forte, later Fairsky 1958, Philippine Tourist 1978, scrapped 1980
63   Cascade USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 172 11,755d 11-Sep-42 To USN as AD 16, scrapped 1975
64   Chandeleur USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 173 11,750d 19-Nov-42 To USN as AV 10, scrapped 1971
65   Hamlin USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 174 10,200d 21-Dec-42 To USN as CVE 15, to Britain as HMS Stalker (D 91), sold 1947 as Riouw, later Lobito 1967, scrapped 1975
Ordered Oct-40, built in South San Francisco
66   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 261 160d Jan-41 Later YFN, to Foreign Liquidation Commission 1946
67   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 262 160d Mar-41 Later YFN, sold 1998 as Barge 104, active
68   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 265 160d Feb-41 Later YFN, struck 2001
69   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 267 160d Mar-41 Later YFN, reported destroyed 1947
70   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 274 160d May-41 Later YFN, YFNX 41 1994, sold 1998
71   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 276 160d Apr-41 Later YFN, sold 2001 as Delta Tender, Westar XIV 2003, active
72   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 277 160d Mar-41 Later YFN, OTI 277 1947, Canadian R.L. 21 1950, VT. No. 50,  VPD No. 26, Dillingham No. 200 (O.N. 192475), active
73   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 278 160d Apr-41 Later YFN, sold 2001 as YFN 278, GC 32 2004, active
74   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 279 160d Apr-41 Later YFN, struck 1997, to MARAD for use at RRF Alameda
75   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 281 160d May-41 Later YFN, reported lost 1948
76   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 282 160d May-41 Later YFN, sold 1946
Ordered Feb-41, built in South San Francisco
77   Croatan USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 197 10,200d 27-Feb-43 To USN as CVE 14, to Britain as HMS Fencer (D 64), sold 1950 as passenger ship Sydney, later Roma, Galaxy Queen, Lady Dina and Caribia 2, scrapped 1975
78   Prince William USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 198 10,200d 28-Apr-43 To USN as CVE 19, to Britain as HMS Striker (D 12), scrapped 1946
Ordered 3-May-41, built in South San Francisco
79 242765 Sea Pike USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 267 7,949 13-Feb-43 Sold 1946 as Mormacwave, later Lone Star State, scrapped 1970
80 242941 Sea Bass USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 268 7,949 31-Mar-43 Sold 1946 as William Luckenbach, later P & T Forester, then American Robin, scrapped 1973
81 257213 Sea Angel USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 269 7,995 15-Mar-43 To USN as Bolivar (AP 79), later APA 34, sold 1948 as President Van Buren, later President Harding, Thailand Bear and Santa Monica, scrapped 1972
82 257262 Sea Mink USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 270 7,995 24-Apr-43 To USN as Callaway (AP 80), later APA 35, sold 1948 as President Harrison, later Hurricane, scrapped 1974
83   Sea Swallow USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 271 11,760d 4-May-43 To USN as Cambria (AP 81), later APA 36, then LPA 36, scrapped 1972
84 243297 Sea Snipe USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 272 7,942 29-May-43 Sold 1947 as Edward Luckenbach, later Aloha State, scrapped 1971
85   Sea Needle USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 273 11,760d 29-May-43 To USN as Chilton (AP 83), later APA 38, then LPA 38, scrapped 1974
86   Sea Carp USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 274 11,760d 29-Jun-43 To USN as Clay (AP 84), later APA 39, sold 1948 as President Johnson, later La Salle, scrapped 1974
87   Sea Bass USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 275 11,760d 30-Jun-43 To USN as Bayfield (AP 78), later APA 33, scrapped 1969
88   Cavalier USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 276 11,760d 19-Jul-43 To USN as AP 82, later APA 37, scrapped 1969
89 243969 Sea Barb USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 277 7,942 6-Aug-43 Sold 1949 as F. J. Luckenbach, later P & T Seafarer, then American Hawk, scrapped 1971
90 244049 Sea Cat USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 278 7,942 25-Aug-43 Sold 1949 as Lena Luckenbach, later Overseas Lena, then Overseas Eva, scrapped 1971
91 244137 Sea Devil USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 279 8,008 30-Nov-43 Sold 1949 as Harry Luckenbach, later Copper State, scrapped 1973
92 244161 Sea Flasher USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 280 8,008 24-Dec-43 Sold 1949 as Steel Age, scrapped 1971
93 251767 Sea Arrow USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 281 7,909 30-Sep-43 To USN as Alpine (APA 92), sold 1948 as India Mail, later Transwestern, then Buckeye Pacific, scrapped 1971
94 251781 Sea Snapper USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 282 8,162 30-Oct-43 To USN as Barnstaple (APA 93), sold 1948 as Steel Fabricator, later Reliance Dynasty, then Grand Valor, scrapped 1974
95 244963 Sea Corporal USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 283 8,008 31-Jan-44 Sold 1949 as Steel Surveyor, scrapped 1971
Ordered May-42, built in San Pedro
96   Northwind USCG Icebreaker WAG 278 6,515d 26-Feb-44 To USSR as Severni Veter, later Admiral Makarov, to USN 1951 as Staten Island (AGB 5), to USCG 1966  as WAGB 278, sold 1975
97   Eastwind USCG Icebreaker WAG 279 6,515d 3-Jun-44 Sold 1972, scrapped 1978
98   Southwind USCG Icebreaker WAG 280 6,515d 15-Jul-44 To USSR as Kapitan Belusov, to USN 1950 as Atka (AGB 3), to USCG 1966 as Southwind (WAGB 280), sold 1976
99   Westwind USCG Icebreaker WAG 281 6,515d 18-Sep-44 To USSR as Severni Pulius, to USCG 1950 as Westwind (WAGB 281), scrapped 1988
Ordered Mar-42, built in San Pedro
100   Unnamed US Navy Tank Barge YO 78 690d Jul-43 Sunk as target 1979
101   Unnamed US Navy Tank Barge YO 79 690d Jul-43 To Foreign Liquidation Commission 1946
102   Unnamed US Navy Tank Barge YO 130 690d Aug-43 Later YON 310, sold 1999
103   Unnamed US Navy Tank Barge YO 131 690d Mar-44 To Vietnam 1971 as HQ 474, scuttled 1975
104   Unnamed US Navy Tank Barge YO 132 690d Apr-44 Reported lost 1947
Ordered Jul-42, built in San Pedro
105   Oneida/Owasco USCG Gunboat WPG 39 1,978d 18-May-45 Later WHEC, scrapped 1977
106   Winnebago USCG Gunboat WPG 40 1,978d 21-Jun-45 Later WHEC, scrapped 1977
107   Chautauqua USCG Gunboat WPG 41 1,978d 4-Aug-45 Later WHEC, scrapped 1980
108   Wachusett/Sebago USCG Gunboat WPG 42 1,978d 20-Sep-45 Later WHEC, scrapped 1972
109   Iroquois USCG Gunboat WPG 43 1,978d 9-Feb-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1965
110   Huron/Washusett USCG Gunboat WPG 44 1,978d 23-Mar-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1974
111   Ostego/Escanaba USCG Gunboat WPG 64 1,978d 20-Mar-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1976
112   Winona USCG Gunboat WPG 65 1,978d 19-Apr-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1974
113   Klamath USCG Gunboat WPG 66 1,978d 19-Jun-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1974
114   Sunapee/Minnetonka USCG Gunboat WPG 67 1,978d 11-Jul-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1974
115   Androscroggin USCG Gunboat WPG 68 1,978d 26-Sep-46 Later WHEC, scrapped 1974
Ordered 1942, built in San Pedro
116 604231 Unnamed US Navy Tank Barge YO 133 690d Apr-44 Sold 1977, now f/v Bowfin
117   Unnamed US Navy Gasoline Barge YOG 35 690d Dec-43 Scrapped 1975
118   Unnamed US Navy Gasoline Barge YOG 36 690d Dec-43 Scrapped 1975
119   Unnamed US Navy Water Barge YW 93 690d Jan-44 Later Irving Hickory, scrapped 1983
120   Unnamed US Navy Water Barge YW 94 690d Feb-44 Later Standard Oiler 1952, Recoverer 1973, Don Hector 1993, Golfa 1997
Ordered 31-Dec-42, built in South San Francisco
121 252403 Sea Angler USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1544 8,070 26-Feb-44 To USN as Cecil (APA 96), sold 1948 as Steel Admiral, scrapped 1973
122 245594 Sea Fiddler USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1545 7,958 18-May-44 Sold 1947 as Hawaiian Refiner, scrapped 1971
123 245644 Sea Flier USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1546 7,958 27-May-44 Sold 1947 as Horace Luckenbach, later Overseas Natalie 1969, scrapped 1971
124 245860 Sea Sturgeon USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1547 7,958 18-Jul-44 Sold 1947 as Hawaiian Farmer, scrapped 1971
125 245923 Sea Runner USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1548 7,958 29-Jun-44 Sold 1947 as Robert Luckenbach, later Overseas Rose 1961, scrapped 1971
126 246204 Sea Ray USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1549 7,958 29-Jul-44 Sold 1947 as Hawaiian Rancher, scrapped 1972
127 246464 Sea Partridge USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1550 7,958 30-Sep-44 Sold 1947 as Steel Vendor, wrecked 1971
128 252498 Sea Adder USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1551 8,062 12-Oct-44 To USN as Gladwyn (APA 106), later Hansford, sold 1947 as Steel Apprentice, scrapped 1973
129 252149 Sea Wren USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1552 7,901 11-Nov-44 To USN as Goodhue (APA 107), sold 1947 as Hawaiian Citizen, scrapped 1982
130 252476 Sea Hare USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1553 7,970 31-Dec-44 To USN as Goshen (APA 108), sold 1947 as Canada Mail, later California Mail 1963, then LaFayette 1968, scrapped 1973
131 252478 Sea Sparrow USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1554 8,027 31-Dec-44 To USN as Grafton (APA 109), sold 1947 as Java Mail, later Carrier Dove 1969, scrapped 1974
132 247168 Sea Cardinal USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1555 7,969 29-Jan-45 Sold 1947 as Steel Architect, scrapped 1971
133 247221 Sea Finch USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1556 7,969 17-Feb-45 Later Sea Shark, sold 1947 as Steel Maker, scrapped 1973
134 247386 Sea Starling USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A2 1557 7,969 9-Mar-45 Later Sea Blenny, sold 1947 as Hawaiian Builder, scrapped 1973
135   Sea Thrush USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 1558     Cancelled 1943
136   Sea Beavert USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 1559     Cancelled 1943
137   Sea Jumper USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 1560     Cancelled 1943
138   Sea Starling USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 1561     Cancelled 1943
139     USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 1562     Cancelled 1943
Ordered 2-Sep-43, built in South San Francisco
135 248275 Sea Thrush USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 2188 8,060 20-Jul-45 Completed as President Taft, later President Harding 1968, scrapped 1973
136 248424 Sea Beavert USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 2189 8,062 8-Aug-45 Completed as President Grant, later President Hoover 1967, scrapped 1973
137 248619 Sea Jumper USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 2190 8,062 18-Sep-45 Completed as President Pierce, scrapped 1973
138 249683 Sea Starling USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 2191 7,924 12-Jun-46 Completed as President Madison, scrapped 1973
Ordered 9-Nov-42, built in San Pedro
139   Bangust US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 739 1,620d 30-Nov-43 To Peru as Castilla (D 1) 1952, struck 1979
140   Waterman US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 740 1,620d 30-Nov-43 To Peru as Aguirre (D 2) 1952, sunk 1974
141   Weaver US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 741 1,620d 31-Dec-43 To Peru as Rodriguez (D 3) 1952, struck 1979
142   Hilbert US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 742 1,620d 4-Feb-44 Scrapped 1973
143   Lamons US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 743 1,620d 29-Feb-44 Scrapped 1973
144   Kyne US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 744 1,620d 4-Apr-44 Scrapped 1973
145   Snyder US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 745 1,620d 5-May-44 Scrapped 1973
146   Hemminger US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 746 1,620d 30-May-44 To Thailand as Pin Klao (F 3) 1959, active
147   Bright US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 747 1,620d 30-Jun-44 To France as Touareg (F 721) 1950, struck 1958
148   Tills US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 748 1,620d 8-Aug-44 Sunk as target 1969
149   Roberts US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 749 1,620d 2-Sep-44 Sunk as target 1971
150   McClelland US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 750 1,620d 19-Sep-44 Scrapped 1973
151   Gaynier US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 751 1,620d   Cancelled 3-Jun-44 and broken up 
152   Curtis W. Howard US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 752 1,620d   Cancelled 3-Jun-44 and broken up 
153   John J. Van Buren US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 753 1,620d   Cancelled 3-Jun-44 and broken up 
154   Willard Keith US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 754 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43 and broken up 
155   Paul G. Baker US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 755 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43 and broken up 
156   Damon M. Cummings US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 756 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
157     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 757 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
158     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 758 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
159     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 759 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
160     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 760 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
161     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 761 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
162     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 762 1,620d   Cancelled 29-Sep-43
Ordered 26-Jun-43, to be built in San  Pedro, cancelled  15-Sep-43
163     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 887     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
164     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 888     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
165     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 889     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
166     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 890     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
167     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 891     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
168     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 892     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
169     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 893     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
170     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 894     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
171     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 895     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
172     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 896     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
173     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 897     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
174     US Navy Destroyer Escort DE 898     Cancelled 15-Sep-43
Ordered 2-Sep-43, including reinstated Hulls 135-138, built in South San Francisco
175 249953 Sea Phoebe USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 2192 7,924 29-Jul-46 Completed as President McKinley, later President Johnson 1968, Pinedale 1969, scrapped 1970
176 250262 Sea Oriole USMC Cargo Ship C3-S-A4 2193 7,924 22-Aug-46 Completed as President Jefferson, later Ferndale 1970, scrapped 1970
Ordered Oct-43, built in San Pedro
177   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 688 258d 1944 Later YFN, sold, Jena 1980, active
178   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 689 258d 1944 Later YFN, sold, Harvester 1979, Harvester Barge 1994, active
179   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 690 258d 1944 Later YFN
180   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 691 258d 1-Feb-44 Later YFN, sold 2001, GC 33 2003, active
181   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 692 258d 1-Feb-44 Later YFN, scrapped 1982
182   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 693 258d 1-Feb-44 Later YFN, then YC 1458, struck 1985
183   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 694 258d 9-Mar-44 Later YFN, sold 2001, GC 34 2003, active
Ordered 9-Oct-43, built in San Pedro
184   Northwind USCG Icebreaker WAG 282 6,515d   To NDRF 1989, scrapped 1998
Ordered Oct-43, built in San Pedro
185   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 695 258d 9-Mar-44 Later YFN
186   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 696 258d 9-Mar-44 Later YFN
187   Unnamed US Navy Covered Lighter YF 697 258d 9-Mar-44 Later YFN, reefed 1998
Ordered 6-Oct-43, originally intended to be LCT-(7)s 1701-1720, built in San Pedro
188