A large photograph of Army soldiers from Camp Penniman, Virginia. The title on the photograph reads, "Enlisted Detachment Ordnance Corps U.S.A. Camp Penniman, Va. Dec. 1918." Seated in the center of the photograph are the officers of the detachment along with a canine mascot to their right.
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Camp Penniman was located in northwest York County, Virginia, and served as a munitions plant and naval installation during World War I. The land it occupied is now part of the Yorktown Naval Weapons Station.