Smith Tower visible in the background. According to "The Great Pacific American Fisheries 1899-1965," it was the first diesel cannery tender built on the Pacific Coast. Built by Nelson & Kelez and launched in February 1914 in Seattle, the Warrior was 78' x 17' x 9.6' and 82 tons. Served many years in Alaska for P.A.F. and eventually used in 1963 as a trawler by Andy Ness. Shown flying an American flag, a P.A.F. banner, a Nelseco Diesel banner and a 48-star flag. Six men in hats and overcoats are on board.