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Panoramic prints, 1917

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Scope and Contents

Three panoramic photographic prints of Camp Cody, New Mexico, 1917. The photographs are overviews of the camp, depicting soldiers' tents, mess halls, latrines, other stuctures, streets and electrical lines and poles. One of the photographs bears the inscription: "Camp Cody, Nov. 1917, Richards Film Service, 113 N. Gold Ave., Deming, New Mex." A second bears the inscription: " 34th Div., Camp Cody, Deming, N. Mex., Nov. 1917. Richards Film Service, 113 N. Gold Ave., Deming, N. Mex." This photograph contains inset portraits of 13 officers with their names, ranks and titles. Both of these photographs have written on the verso: "E.R. Becker, M.G.G. 134 inf." The second of these has a severe vertical crack from top to bottom. The third panoramic photograph is mounted on cardboard and shows signs of damage being caused by the acidic, brittle cardboard. One corner, about three inches high, has broken off. This photograph bears the inscription: "136th Infy. (2nd Minn.). 3579 Men and officers. The first full war strength regiment. 'Ready to Go.' Deming, N.M.


  • 1917

Conditions Governing Access

Open. All materials in this collection are available for research under supervised conditions in the Caroline E. Stras Reading Room, Branson Library.


3 Photographic Prints

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Repository Details

Part of the New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections Repository

Branson Hall
PO Box 30006
MSC 3475
Las Cruces New Mexico 88003 USA