- Type: Passenger/general cargo
- Displacement: 13,869 tons
- Dimensions: 535 x 72 x 30 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screws = 18 knots
- Passengers: 437 (201 cabin class, 236 third class)
- Builder: New York Shipbuilding Corp, Camden, NJ, 1922
- Service: Launched in Jul 1921 as the combination passenger-cargo vessel Peninsular State for the U.S.Shipping Board. Assigned to the United States Lines, she made her maiden voyage from New York to Bremen in Feb 1922. Soon renamed President Pierce and then President Roosevelt by Jul 1922. Rescued the crew of the British ship Antigone in 1926. Chartered by U.S.Army as transport in Nov 1940 and then transferred to U.S.Navy in Jun 1941 as the Joseph T. Dickman AP-26, later redesignated APA-13. After extensive war service, she was laid up in Mar 1946 and broken up in 1948 at Oakland, CA.