|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Camp Wheeler (Ga.)|
|Title:||122nd Ordnance Company, Camp Wheeler (Ga.) photograph|
|Extent:||0.07 cubic feet (1 oversize folder)|
Camp Wheeler was a military installation established east of Macon, Georgia for the training of infantry in 1917. It was named after Lt. General Joseph E. Wheeler. The installation closed at the end of World War I and reopened just before the United States entered World War II. It was permanently closed in January 1946.
This collection contains one black and white, panoramic photograph of the members of the 122nd Ordnance Depot Company at Camp Wheeler, Georgia on 23 February 1918.
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