PRE-WWII USS TULSA PG-22 PATROL GUNBOAT PENNANT WOOL & LEATHER 'SAN DIEGO NOVELTY MFG CO.' 1930s VINTAGE - ULTRA RARE - LIKELY THE ONLY ONE IN EXISTENCE; MUSEUM FRAMED 18 1/2 X 53 1/2 INCHES FINE CUSTOM FRAMING UV PROTECTIVE, ARCHIVAL GRADE MATTING, ETC. LET THE PHOTOS DO THE TALKING FOR THIS ONE OF KIND GEM! GUARANTEED 100% AUTHENTIC AND CORRECT.
USS Tulsa (PG-22), nicknamed the Galloping Ghost of the South China Coast, was an Asheville (PG-21)-class gunboat of the United States Navy that was in commission from 1923 to 1946. She was named after the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the county seat of Tulsa County. Tulsawas laid down on 9 December 1919 at the Charleston Navy Yard; launched on 25 August 1922; sponsored by Miss Dorothy V. McBirney;[a] and commissioned there on 3 December 1923, Lieutenant Commander Robert M. Doyle, Jr., in temporary command. Lt. Cdr. Doyle assumed his regular duties as executive officer on 14 December 1923 when Commander MacGillivray Milne assumed command.