Illustrated Review TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY, Fort Logan, Colorado, 1909.




ILLUSTRATED REVIEW: TWENTY-FIRST INFANTRY, UNITED STATES ARMY, FORT LOGAN, COLORADO, embracing An Historical Sketch of the Movements and Operations of the Regiment since Organization.  Roster of its Present Officers, Field, Staff and Line; Non-Commissioned Staff; Band; Companies A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I, K, L, M, and Detachment of the Hospital Corps.  With Illustrations.



















The Names of Veterans of the Indian Campaigns, Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection and China Relief Expedition now serving with the Regiment.  And the Qualifications of Marksmanship of the Enlisted Personnel.







Foreword by Martin B. Russell.






Written and Compiled by MARTIN B. RUSSELL, Private, Company M. Twenty-First Infantry; Author of “A Soldier in the Philippines.”




Poem, “Soldiers,” by Pueblo Chieftain journalist, Alfred Damon Runyon.














“Soldiers,” written by Alfred Damon Runyon (who later in his career wrote, GUYS AND DOLLS.)





Medley & Russell, Publishers, Denver, Colorado.  Photos by W. M. Bevington, Denver.  Engraved and Printed by The Smith-Brooks Company, Denver, 1909.

Original illustrated boards with light-blue cloth binding.  Book dimensions: 13-1/2 inches by 7 inches.

60 pages.  Profusely illustrated.




Post and Regimental Non-Commissioned Staff

















Condition: very good; wear to front cover; interior gutters conservation reinforced; one ex-library stamp on copyright page; internal pages very good plus to near fine condition.





Roster Company “A” Twenty-First Infantry






































Fold-out panoramic photograph of Fort Logan, Colorado, 1909.


















Price: $1,500.00












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