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May - 2017


Deming Soldiers Marching into the Main Gate at Camp Cody
Deming Soldiers Marching into the Main Gate at Camp Cody

Deming Soldiers Marching into the Main Gate at Camp Cody
Deming Soldiers Marching into the Main Gate at Camp Cody

Deming Soldiers Marching into the Main Gate at Camp Cody
Deming Soldiers Marching into the Main Gate at Camp Cody

Camp Cody Soldier In Full Uniform Camp Cody Soldier With Flag Stand
Camp Cody Soldier In Full Uniform Camp Cody Soldier With Flag Stand

Civilian Employee Passes for Camp Cody - Myrtle Jones
Civilian Employee Passes for Camp Cody - Myrtle Jones

Civilian Employee Passes for Camp Cody - Andy Jones
Civilian Employee Passes for Camp Cody - Andy Jones

Civilian Employee Passes for Camp Cody - Mrs. L. A. Jones
Civilian Employee Passes for Camp Cody - Mrs. L. A. Jones

Wife Pass Card for Anne M. Norall
Wife Pass Card for Anne M. Norall - Camp Cody

Camp Cody's Chautauqua Tent Show
Camp Cody's Chautauqua Tent Show

Black Mountain In Background Of Camp Cody Photograph
Black Mountain In Background Of Camp Cody Photograph

109th Field Signal Battalion Soldiers On Horseback
109th Field Signal Battalion Soldiers On Horseback

Camp Cody News Camp Cody Equipment Tag
Camp Cody News Article Camp Cody Equipment Tag

Fred Heinzman - Camp Cody, New Mexico
Fred Heinzman Standing In Front of His Tent at Camp Cody, New Mexico


Donated Camp Cody Scans of the Month


Army Bridge Builders Without Water in Which
to Build Pontoons March Ninety Miles Over Desert to River

Camp Cody, Deming, New Mexico - April 1918

The Ninth engineers at Courchesne bridge have been all the past week acting as host for their comrades of the One Hundred and Ninth regiment of engineers, who have proved about as lively a bunch of military quest as ever arrived in the vicinity of El Paso.

The One Hundred and Ninth have been stationed for the past seven months at Camp Cody, Deming, N.M. - marooned in that sandy wilderness without the opportunity of water maneuvering, which is of course a very important part of their constructive military work. So it is easy to imagine now they enjoyed every minute of their ninety-mile hike, which brought them in comparatively speedy time from Cody to Courchesne, after a six and a half days dusty journey, Sunday morning, April 1. They packed up their tents and began their return trip Tuesday.



Camp Cody's 109th Engineers

Camp Cody's 109th Engineers
Camp Cody's 109th Engineers Building the Courchesne Floating Bridge
Thanks To Warren Phelps for the Donated Scans this Month

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