This undated  photo, provided by the Independence Seaport Museum, shows the USS Olympia, a one-of-a-kind steel cruiser from the Spanish-American War, in Philadelphia. Since taking stewardship of the National Historic Landmark from a cash-strapped nonprofit in 1996, the Independence Seaport Museum has spent about $5 million on short-term repairs, inspections and maintenance but cannot afford to keep the ship.
This undated photo, provided by the Independence Seaport Museum, shows the USS Olympia, a one-of-a-kind steel cruiser from the Spanish-American War, in Philadelphia. Since taking stewardship of the National Historic Landmark from a cash-strapped nonprofit in 1996, the Independence Seaport Museum has spent about $5 million on short-term repairs, inspections and maintenance but cannot afford to keep the ship. Independence Seaport Museum
This undated photo, provided by the Independence Seaport Museum, shows the USS Olympia, a one-of-a-kind steel cruiser from the Spanish-American War, in Philadelphia. Since taking stewardship of the National Historic Landmark from a cash-strapped nonprofit in 1996, the Independence Seaport Museum has spent about $5 million on short-term repairs, inspections and maintenance but cannot afford to keep the ship. Independence Seaport Museum

Work continues to save historic warship in Philadelphia

July 06, 2013 07:01 PM

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