1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

 

22nd Infantry Memorabilia

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Model M1910 Army issue canteen and cover
marked for the 22nd Infantry. Individual Soldier's number is at the bottom,
below the "US" - hard to read - looks like "117". Above the "US" marking
there also appears to be a marking for Company A.

 

 

     

Close up of the equipment marker
for Company C 22nd Infantry

Model M1910 cartridge belt with circular disc for Company C 22nd Infantry
The disc can be seen affixed to the first cartridge pocket in the upper left of the photo at left.
The disc is an equipment marker, widely used in WWI to mark unit property. These discs
were produced with different combat arms insignia, in this case with crossed rifles for Infantry.

Thanks to Denis Flynn for the identification of the unit marker above.

 

Christmas Dinner Menu, autographed to "Sister" Minnie Donahue,
by Private Clem W. Trent, Company K,
Camp Harry Jones, Douglas, Arizona 1916

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Christmas Dinner menu Company K, 1916
Camp Harry Jones, Douglas, Arizona

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Christmas Dinner menu from Company I 22nd Infantry 1916
Camp Harry Jones, Douglas, Arizona

 

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Christmas Dinner menu from Company F 22nd Infantry 1916
Camp Harry Jones, Douglas, Arizona

 

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Christmas dinner menu Company F 22nd Infantry 1918
Fort Hamilton, New York

 

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Headquarters Company, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Headquarters Company, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Headquarters Company roster, 22nd Infantry Regiment
November 27, 1919 - Fort Jay, New York

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Company K, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Company K, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Company K, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Company K, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu, Company K, 22nd Infantry Regiment
Fort Jay, New York 1919

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Christmas Dinner menu from Company L 22nd Infantry 1921
Fort Jay, New York

 

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History of the 22nd Infantry Regiment, 1866-1922
Published by the Regiment 1922

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Cocktail shaker prize from a golf tournament
between the 6th Cavalry and the 22nd Infantry
won by 1st Lieutenant Winfred G. Skelton
of the 22nd Infantry

August 11, 1927

 

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Presentation trumpet

Bell is engraved:

“Presented to William Vincoli By 22nd U.S. Infantry Band May 31, 1932”

 

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Collector card 22nd Infantry, Ft McClellan, circa 1922-1940

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QSL card from Headquarters Company 22nd Infantry,
as part of the American Radio Relay League, acknowledging
receipt of transmission on October 4, 1938. The abbreviations
suggest this transmission was done in Morse code.

 

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Ribbon for the 4th annual reunion of the
22nd US Infantry Association July 1939

No record of this association could be found;
however, it seems to have existed for at least four years.

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Christmas Dinner menu
from Headquarters Company
22nd Infantry

1939

Fort McClellan, Alabama

     

 

Christmas Dinner menu from Headquarters Company 22nd Infantry
Fort McClellan, Alabama 1939

 

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The following are photos of the cover and first few pages of a soldier's manual,
22nd Infantry, Fort McClellan, dated 1940. Note the incorrect abbreviation
of "22nd" ( or even "22d" ) as "22th".

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Another Soldier's Handbook,
as above -- this one has a more
correct abbreviation of
"22d".

     

 

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Christmas Dinner menu from Company B 22nd Infantry
Fort Benning, Georgia 1941

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Thanksgiving Dinner menu Company D 22nd Infantry 1942
Note the use of the term "Motorized", indicating that short time (1940-1943)
when the 4th Infantry Division ( of which the 22nd Infantry was a component )
was organized and designated as a Motorized Division.

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Christmas dinner menu Company D 22nd Infantry 1943

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Christmas dinner menu Company D 22nd Infantry 1943

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Christmas dinner menu Company D 22nd Infantry 1943

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Christmas dinner menu Company D 22nd Infantry 1943

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Christmas dinner menu Company D 22nd Infantry 1943

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WW2 mess tin marked to PFC Travis Palmer
Company K 22nd Infantry

 

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4th Infantry Division Unit History, World War 2
22nd Infantry Volume, published in 1946

 

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