Los Angeles: Los Angeles Department of Recreation & Parks, 1993.
Hardcover. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. 319 pp, with frontispiece, illustrations, bibliography, index, map endpapers. Very light wear to edges; else fine. Very light shelf wear to dust jacket. Signed by author on half-title, number 58 of a hand signed and numbered edition of 500. "Drum Barracks was run by and for California volunteers until the end of 1865, when it became a Federal base under the command of and garrisoned by the U.S. Army. It remained an important supply and training site, but with the postwar opening up of land transportation routes to the West, including railroads, the need for a base handling seaborne traffic diminished" (dust jacket).