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Camp Cody (N.M.)

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Name Authority File
Scope Note: Camp Cody (1917-1920) - A World War I National Guard Training Camp first established in 1917 near Deming, Luna County, New Mexico. Named Camp Cody in G.O. 95, 18 Jul 1917, after William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill), U.S. Army Scout and showman. Abandoned in 1920.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

3rd MN Infantry, Company G Panoramic photograph

 Incoming Materials — Folder 3rd MN Infantry, Company G, 1917 September (acc 2011.024)
Identifier: 2011-024
Dates: 1917 September

Camp Ripley and Cody Panoramic Photos

 Incoming Materials — Object Panoramic photos 2018.076, Object: Panoramic Photos 2018.076
Identifier: 2018-076
Dates: 1918 - 1947

Mankato American Legion Post Members Photographs

 Incoming Materials — Object Mankato American Legion Post Members Photographs (acc 2017.087)
Identifier: 2017-087

Panoramic photos

Identifier: Ph 009

Reinhart, Vern collection

 Collection — Box Assorted Collections 4
Identifier: Mss 085
Scope and Contents Clemmensen Purple Heart articlesArmy of Occupation, March on the Rhine posterAmerican Expeditionary Forces, Second Division posterBuddie Recall, Remember WWI Owatonna Company article, Co I 136th InfantryThe Torch newsletter, Veterans of WWI, Nov 1980Reinhard Medaille D'Argonne Et De Vauquois certificate posterRhine Panorama for the Men of the American Army of Occupation, map, YMCA, 1919The Second Division AEF...
Dates: 1917 - 1919; Event: Donated by Ernest Reinhard on 16 May 1995. Accession 1995.17