The History of Troop "A" New York Cavalry U.S.V. From May 2 to November 28, 1898 in the Spanish-American War. William Cammann.
The History of Troop "A" New York Cavalry U.S.V. From May 2 to November 28, 1898 in the Spanish-American War.
The History of Troop "A" New York Cavalry U.S.V. From May 2 to November 28, 1898 in the Spanish-American War.

The History of Troop "A" New York Cavalry U.S.V. From May 2 to November 28, 1898 in the Spanish-American War.

New York: R. H. Russell, 1899. First edition. Hardcover. Includes the engraved visiting card of Mr. Lyman Tiffany Dyer (16 West 50th Street) who was a member of the unit and who is included in the Muster Out Roll at the back of the volume. Dyer (1873 - 1950) was a grandson of George Jones, a co founder of the New York Times; he was a graduate of Harvard and working at a New York bank when he volunteered.

Contents include Camp Black, Camp Alger, Camp Alger to Porto Rico (sic), Camp at Ponce, the Ciales Expedition, detail to Guayama, capture of Coamo, Santa Isabel, Utuado, Coto, and commissions.

Sketches by Franklin B. Morse, as well as b&w printed photographic illustrations. 8vo, 341pp, muster roll, folding color map, top edge gilt others rough cut. Burgundy gilt cloth with gilt title at spine, a bit of whitening at spine and rear board. OCLC: 491253000. Good +. Item #22900

Price: $175.00

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