Camp Cody - Henry Beaver 

* Photographs Courtesy of Larry Beaver - November 2007 *

Henry Beaver - Studio Portrait
Henry Beaver - Studio Portrait at Camp Cody, Deming, New Mexico


Henry Beaver's Collection

Henry Beaver's Collection

Henry Beaver's Collection

Henry Beaver's Collection

Henry Beaver and his Stuck Truck
Henry Beaver and His Stuck Truck - Camp Cody - Deming - New Mexico

Henry Beaver's Collection

Henry Beaver's Collection

Henry Beaver's Collection
Men are First Sgt Andrew Olsen, Sgt. Henry Beaver, and First Sgt. Lawrence Satchell
all from Fremont, NE with the 109th Field Signal Battalion, 34 Division at Camp Cody.

Henry Beaver - Deming, New Mexico

Henry Beaver - Deming, New Mexico

Group of photographs from Larry Beaver's Collection that had belonged to his father, Henry Beaver.
Henry served with the Nebraska National Guard and was stationed at Llano Grande, Texas, until February 1917.
Henry then trained for WW1 at Camp Cody, New Mexico. He was in Company "B" Signal Corps - 109th Field Signal
Battalion - 34th 'Sandstorm' Division. Thanks to Larry Beaver for sharing scans of his father's keepsakes.




* New Scans Courtesy of Larry Beaver - January 2008 *


Henry Beaver - Field Encampment
Field Encampment

Henry Beaver - Signal Corps On 15 Day Hike
Signal Corps On 15 Day Hike

Henry Beaver To Drivers Left
Henry Beaver To Drivers Left

Satchell And Beaver - Sending Messages Henry Beaver On Left With Watermelon
Satchell And Beaver - Sending Messages Henry Beaver On Left With Watermelon


* New Scans Courtesy of Larry Beaver - December 2012 *


Sargent Henry Beaver on a mountain top
Sargent Henry Beaver on a mountain top with 4 other men. Henry is the one with his hands on his hips.
Note the gun belt worn like a western cowboy. Seated on the ground one of the men is holding a Winchester Model
1894 lever action rifle with a saddle ring. These rifles were not standard US Army issue but a few were issued for special unites.

Sgt. Andrew Olsen On Left With Heliograph
Sargent Andrew Olsen On Left With Heliograph

Scans Donated by Larry Beaver

Acknowledgements: I wish to express my sincere appreciation to Larry Beaver for donating his
scanned photographs. These pictures belonged to his father, Henry Beaver. Thank you very much Larry
for sharing these pictures with everyone and for helping me to preserve the history of Camp Cody.
I do not own any of the actual Photographs or items on this Camp Cody Web site.

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