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Colonel DeLancey Floyd-Jones Scrapbook:
De Lancey Floyd-Jones was a well-regarded and influential career officer in the U.S. Army. After graduating from West Point in 1846, he served in the Mexican War, the Yakima War, and the Civil War. Twice he was recognized for gallantry and meritorious conduct during battle, first at Molino del Rey and again at Gettysburg. Following the Civil War, he commanded two different regiments and served at a number of posts and stations throughout the South and West. At the time he assembled this scrapbook, he was the commander of the 3rd Infantry Regiment and on leave touring Europe.
The Colonel De Lancey Floyd-Jones Scrapbook consists of a single album containing 21 pages filled with assorted memorabilia. Included in the album are calling cards from people Jones encountered in Europe, photographs, advertisements, programs, menus, and invitations.
Open for research.
Purchased from Read 'Em Again Books, March 21, 2018.
Colonel De Lancey Floyd-Jones Scrapbook, GA52, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries.
Accessioned as number 2018-51.
This collection was processed and finding aid written by Samantha Dodd.