Alchemy was laid down on 8 June 1942 at Tampa, Florida, by the Tampa Shipbuilding Co.; sponsored by Mrs. W. E. Edgarton; and completed on 11 August 1943. On the same day that she was completed, Alchemy was turned over to the Soviet Navy under the terms of the lend-lease program. She served the Soviets as T-114, until she was torpedoed and sunk 13 August 1944 in the Kara Sea by the German submarine U-365.
Alchemy was carried on the American Navy List as MSF-141 after 7 February 1955, until struck on 1 January 1983.
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