WW1 Soldier - 34th Infantry Army Division

 Michael Kromeke's WW1 History of 
 Camp Cody - Deming, New Mexico 


* Last Updated - July 2, 2014 *


 Construction of Camp Cody 

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 Life at Camp Cody 

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 Deming's Luna Mimbres Museum 

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 Camp Cody Military Officers 

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 History of Camp Cody 

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 Donated Camp Cody Photo Collections 

.Floyd T. Baker Photo Collection
Albert W Dumond Photo Collection
Al Hittle Photo Collection
John Frank Dedic Photo Collection
Thorvald Nielsen Photo Collection
Van Jacobsen Photo Collection
Joseph C. Malloy Photo Collection
Earl J. DeMara Photo Collection
Nurse Mary Ward Photo Collection
Harry G. Johnson Photo Collection
Frank Bach Photo Collection
Henry Beaver Photo Collection
Jerry W. Byers Photo Collection
Earnest L. Harrison Photo Collection
Homer Lippincott Photo Collection
William Werdien Photo Collection
Don Williamson Photo Collection




 Other Deming, New Mexico Soldier's Websites 

Memories of Camp Cody - Newspaper Articles
Camp Furlong and Columbus, New Mexico - 1916
Michael Kromeke

Camp Cody - This US Army training camp originally was called Camp Deming when it was established in 1917, located between the AT&SF and SP Railroad lines. The name soon was changed to Camp Cody to honor William F. Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, plainsman and promoter of a Wild West show, who died that year. More than 30,000 troops passed through Camp Cody during World War 1. After the war, the camp became the Camp Cody hospital complex, treating tuberculosis among veterans. In 1922 the facility was transferred from the Public Health Service to the Deming Chamber of Commerce. The Sisters of the Holy Cross managed the sanitarium until the facilities were destroyed by fire in 1939. - "The place names of New Mexico" by Robert Hixson Julyan

Acknowledgments: I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the people from all over the country that have donated their scanned photographs. Thank you very much, the web site would be nothing without them. I do not own any of the actual photographs or items on this Camp Cody Web site. Please help me preserve the history of Camp Cody. (Deming Camp Cody Web Site Started March 2002)

Pictorial tour of the 34th Infantry "Sandstorm" Division at Camp Cody located in Deming, New Mexico during World War One.

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