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PATROL VESSEL OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY
USS Edith M. III; Edith M. III
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Edith M. Thomas         
AMERICAN POET
Edith Matilda Thomas; Edith Thomas
Edith Matilda Thomas (August 12, 1854 – September 13, 1925) was an American poet who "was one of the first poets to capture successfully the excitement of the modern city."Edward T.
Edith Freilich         
AMERICAN BRIDGE PLAYER
Edith Kemp; Edith Seligman; Edith Seamon; Edith Kemp Freilich
Edith Freilich née Seamon (September 8, 1911 - May 14, 2011)Edith S. FreilichEDITH FREILICH was an American bridge player, "one of the world's greatest female bridge players".
Edith Berkeley         
  • Edith Berkeley in 1925
CANADIAN MARINE BIOLOGIST
User:Keri.AWH/Edith Berkeley; User:Dreamingiris/Edith Berkeley; Edith Bergtheil
Edith Berkeley (1 September 1875–25 February 1963) was a Canadian marine biologist who specialized in the biology of polychaetes. The Edith Berkeley Memorial Lectures were established in the University of British Columbia in her memory in 1969.

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USS Edith M. III (SP-196)

USS Edith M. III (SP-196) was a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1919.

Edith M. III was built by V. J. Osborn at Croton-on-Hudson, New York, as a civilian motorboat of the same name in 1909. The United States Navy purchased her for World War I service in June 1917 and commissioned her on 5 November 1917 as USS Edith M. III' (SP-196).

Edith M. III was assigned to the 3rd Naval District, where she spent the remainder of World War I carrying men and provisions around New York Harbor.

Decommissioned on 8 May 1919, Edith M. III was sold on 2 July 1919 and entered passenger service in New York Harbor captained by Louis H. Hazzard.