Fort Bayard, New Mexico, Alt. 6132; U.S. Public Health Service Hospital no. 55; Colonel H. E. Whitledge, Medical Officer in Charge. Fort Bayard played an integral role in protecting settlers and miners in the Los Pinos and Silver City mining districts. This photo was taken between 1915 – 1930 and is part of the Panoramic Photographs Collection at the Library of Congress.
|Historical Event:||Parks and Monuments|
|Sub Event:||Historic Site Preservation|
|Origin:||Panoramic Photographs Collection, Library of Congress|
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An educational resource for New Mexico high school history programs.