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Fort Eustis, Virginia, 1928

Compliments of Recreation Office
Format
Book
Published
[Fort Eustis, Va. : Fort Eustis Recreation Office, 1928]
Language
English
Description
67 pages, [1] unnumbered page . illustrations ; 26 cm
Notes
  • "In producing this book our intention has been to present a brief history of Fort Eustis, Fifty-First Coast Artillery (tractor), the Fifty-Second Coast Artillery (railway), and the Thirty-Fourth Infantry, all stationed here, as well as a brief history of Jamestown, Yorktown, Williamsburg and Newport News, Virginia. ..." -- Foreword, G.G. Heiner, Colonel, Commanding.
  • "The theory of heavy artillery fire is taught at the great Coast Artillery School at Fort Monroe 25 miles away, while the practical demonstration of such fire is largely made at Fort Eustis." -- p. 7.
  • Local business advertisements interspersed throughout.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Original orange paper covers. Byrd Fund, 2014/2015.
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  • Access in Virgo Classic
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