I also have photos of many related WWII topics relating to the USN Armed Guard ...my dad's souvenirs from Japan, the ship log, several Dana photos then and now (it's being used as a dock in Portland, OR today), photos of crew members, correspondence w crew members relatives that my family has stayed in touch with, etc.
And a lengthy article from the Portland Tribune on building Liberty ships in Portland & Vancouver, their service in WWII and my family's visit to the Dana several yrs ago.
Anyway, if you're interested in some or all, I'll pass them along. I've noticed your site currently has very little on the Dana, so I think some of this material would be a good addition.
Only thing I would hope for in return is any help you can provide, regarding the mutiny on the Dana by merchant marine crew in 1943, the yr before my dad came on board. Specifically, the details of the mutiny, the trial, the punishments handed down, etc. I presume that material is with the Coast Guard, but try as I many, I can not locate it. All I have found is the barest of details on the matter. It fascinates me to no end!