49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Uniform

Contributed by Judy Landauer


For a roster of the 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, click here
For a roster of those members of the 49th iowa Volunteer Infantry Infantry lost during the War, click here
To read letters from Burt O Mullin of the 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Co. C,  click here
49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Company Histories and Officer Biographies (click on the following):

Company A ||| Company B ||| Company C ||| Company D |||  Company E  ||| Company F ||| Company G
Company H  ||| Company I |||  Company K ||| Company L ||| Company M |||  Regimental Band

General:

Below is are some views of the uniform that belonged to Arthur Leon Bruner, a musician in the 49th Iowa Volunteer Infantry.

This uniform consisted of the standard model 1883 four button sack coat. The shirt is believed to have been worn with the sack coat. The bottom photo shows the standard mess kit of the times, minus a knife and fork.


Bibiography:

Field, Ron, Spanish-American War 1898. (Washington: Brasseys Inc., 1998).


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