By the grace of God, her last stats shows that only 1% are "Blast Cells" in any other form of Leukemia, this would be considered remission. CML is so rare in children they don't have any idea of what the TKI inhibitors will do to her growing body. There's no real consensus on how to handle CML in children. She goes to see her doctor regularly. She is stuck more times than a pin cushion and the biopsies are traumatic to such a strong little girl.My savings and 401K have been depleted. I decided to turn to my personal collection to pay for her medical bills and other related expenses while she is in treatment. My uniform groupings, flags, & guidons were mostly inherited. My grandfather, Robert A Davies of Savannah, Georgia was an avid collector.
Since April, I no longer collect anything. 100% of all of my sales goes towards Allison's Medical bills & I would love for her to have a very Merry Christmas after this long year that she has had. INTERWAR PERIOD M1902 EM "Cavalry" Dress Blue Uniform, Machine Gun Troop, 108th Regiment, U. Cavalry Corps; Georgia Army National Guard.
This is a very rare Intra-War Cavalry Uniform from the early to mid 1930's. This uniform is from a large collection that was owned by Robert A Davies.His Estate was from Greenville County, SC. 1 M1902 EM "Cavalry" Dress Blue Tunic. 2 M1926 EM Dress Blue Cap. 3 M1902 Cavalry Yellow Dress Chords.
4 M1937 Enlisted Garrison Belt, dtd 1937 with leather loop on reverse. 5 2- 108th Cavalry Distinctive Unit Identification; Screw Back. 6 1 - M1937 "US 108th" Collar Disk; Screw Back. 7 1 - M1937 "Machine Gun Troop, Cavalry" Collar Disk; Screw Back.Trousers & Boots are NOT included. This uniform is an amazing rarity from a Southern National Guard unit out of Georgia pre WWII. This tunic was used by a Sergeant out of the Machine Gun Troop, 108th Cavalry Regiment. This units home station was Atlanta, Georgia. This piece is a museum quality piece with the exception of the cap. There is a crack in the brim that has been repaired and is sturdy. This cap is original to the uniform. The tunic has button holes for the first set of disks, but the second set of disks or "DI's" was punched through the material. This uniform is truly amazing and truly rare. It was tailored after the 1921 to 1928 period.
This tunic wasnt authorized by US Army units, but was still used by National Guard units through 1942. The 108th Cavalry Regiment is a Regiment of the Georgia Army National Guard and the Louisiana Army National Guard respectively.
The 108th Cavalry was constituted 1 June 1921, assigned to the 23rd Cavalry Division, allotted to the National Guard of the States of Georgia and Louisiana, and organized from new and existing units as follows. Headquarters (subsequently Headquarters and Headquarters Troop), organized at New Orleans and federally recognized 10 November 1923.
Headquarters, 1st Squadron originally organized 2 December 1907 as Headquarters, 2nd Squadron, Georgia Cavalry. Mustered into federal service 16 July 1916 for Mexican border service and stationed at El Paso, Texas.Consolidated with 106th Train Headquarters and Military Police, 31st Division, 23 October 1917. Demobilized 14 January 1919 at Camp Gordon, Georgia.
Reorganized at Atlanta and federally recognized 6 March 1922. Troop A, 1st Separate Squadron, Georgia Cavalry at Savannah. Organized 1 October 1785 as Georgia Hussars.
Mustered into Confederate States Army in 1861 as Company E, 6th Virginia Cavalry. Transferred to Jeff Davis Legion in December 1861 as Company F and served in the Cavalry Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. Surrendered 26 April 1865 with Johnston's command at Greensboro, North Carolina. Reorganized 6 May 1872 as Georgia Hussars. Redesignated 11 November 1889 as Troop A, 1st Georgia Cavalry.Redesignated 2 December 1907 as Troop A, 1st Squadron, Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated 19 September 1910 as Troop A, 2nd Squadron, Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated 23 September 1910 as Troop A, Georgia Cavalry, unassigned. Attached to 2d Squadron, Georgia Cavalry, 12 March 1912. Mustered into federal service 16 July 1916 and stationed at El Paso, Texas. Redesignated 25 September 1917 as Headquarters Troop, 31st Division; demobilized 14 January 1919 at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Reorganized and federally recognized 13 September 1920 as Troop A, 1st Separate Squadron, Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated Troop A, 2 November 1921. Troop B, 1st Separate Squadron, Georgia Cavalry at Hinesville organized 12 September 1788 as Liberty Independent Troop.
Mustered into Confederate States Army 20 January 1863 as Troop G, 5th Georgia Cavalry, Wheeler's Corps, Army of Tennessee and disbanded 10 April 1865. Reorganized 13 July 1872 as Liberty Independent Troop. Redesignated 11 November 1889 as Troop B, 1st Battalion, Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated 2 December 1907 as Troop B, Troop B, 1st Squadron, Georgia Cavalry.Redesignated 19 September 1910 as Troop B, 2d Squadron, Georgia Cavalry. Mustered into federal service 16 July 1916 for Mexican border duty and stationed at El Paso, Texas. Redesignated 20 October 1917 as Wire Company, 106th Field Signal Battalion, 31st Division. Demobilized 10 May 1919 at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Reorganized and federally recognized 17 September 1920 as Troop B, 1st Separate Squadron. Redesignated Troop B, 2 November 1921. Troop C, 1st Separate Squadron, Georgia Cavalry at Atlanta, Georgia. Organized 31 March 1883 as Governor's Horse Guard.
Redesignated 25 January 1890 as Troop B, 1st Battalion, Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated 3 October 1899 as Troop L, 1st Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated Troop L, 2d Squadron, Georgia Cavalry, 3 December 1907. Mustered into federal service 16 July 1916 and stationed at El Paso. Redesignated 20 October 1917 as 106th Train Headquarters and Military Police, 31st Division.
Reorganized and federally recognized 31 May 1921 as Troop C, 1st Separate Squadron, Georgia Cavalry. Redesignated Troop C, 2 November 1921.C Troop, 1st Squadron, 108th Cavalry. Troop C, 108th Cavalry at Franklinton, Louisiana (organized and federally recognized 17 December 1921), redesignated Troop G, 21 June 1922. Reorganized 15 March 1929 as a three-squadron regiment with elements at locations as follows. Regimental Headquarters reorganized at Hinesville, Georgia. 1st Squadron reorganized with Headquarters and Troop B at Hinesville and Troop A at Savannah, Georgia. 2nd Squadron reorganized with Headquarters and Troop E at Bogalusa and Troop F at Franklinton, Louisiana. 3rd Squadron organized and federally recognized 15 March 1929 with Headquarters and Troop I at New Orleans and Troop K at Jennings, Louisiana. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Uniforms".
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