The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 54, July 1950 - April, 1951 Page: 269

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a. Company "F" Quarters-3 grass houses-15 x
30-decayed & falling down.
b. Company "F" Kitchen--canvass-much torn
& falling down.
c. Company Officers Quarters-adobe building-
3 rooms, each 20 x 20.
d. Officers Quarters--stone-2 rooms-each 20 x
20.
e. Hospital stone-90 x 30.
f. Officers Mess, Kitchen, etc.-adobe.
g. Four hospital tents stretched over frames-
temporary officers quarters-old & torn.
h. Officers Quarters, Kitchen, etc.-30 x 15-
frame of laths filled in with mud.
i. Officers Quarters, Kitchen, etc.-30 x 15-
frame of laths filled in with mud.
k. Hospital tents stretched on frames, intended
for temporary quarters.
Note: The post is on a plain 30 feet above the

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1. Guardhouse-Stone-25 x 15.
m. Stables & Horse Yard (unfinished-dark part,
stables-white part, picketed enclosure. The
stables are thatched roofs placed on stone
piers.
n. Temporary straw shelter over Company "D"
tents-the company being without quarters.
o. Straw building like Company "F" Quarters
used as company office-now falling down.
p. Quartermaster's & Subsistence Storehouse--
stone--;0 x 30--2 stories high--subsistence
stores below, Quartermaster's stores.
qi. Temporary shelters over Quartermaster's
stores.
r. Company Storerooms.
s. Sutler's Store.
t. Flag Staff.
river, and is 500 yds. distant therefrom.

[See Southwestern Historical Quarterly, LII, 444.]

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