Thanks for the information
PS: I'm not sure why you removed all the detail I had added on the underwater hull. This was drawn using the A.D. Baker III plan in Friedman's Cruisers, which were plotted from original hull lines. The "booklet of general plans" you have based your underwater hull on is just a generic sketch of the hull, and should not be taken as an accurate representation of the hull openings and rudder form etc.
I am more than happy to input the details back on the hull.
I was not sure if those details were on that ship in 1942 since your drawing was based in 1943.
I am not an expert of this sort of stuff and I will not claim my drawings as accurate.
I only rely on the sources I have available.
I cannot tell if my sources are accurate.
I just do what I can.
I only draw this stuff for the fun of it but I appreciate the corrections and also the additional sources you have input like this
"A.D. Baker III plan in Friedman's Cruisers".
I never heard of it but I will look for it and see what I can find.