Camp Dix Pictorial - Commanding Officers - November, 1917
Photograph 02-01: Major E. W. Dayton, 15th N. Y. Infantry
Photograph 02-02: General Kennedy Looking Over the Camp from the High Ground at Division Headquarters on the Day of His Arrival.
Left to right: Lieutenant Colonel G. Soulard Turner, Acting Adjutant; Major General Chase W. Kennedy, Commanding General; Captain Theodore H. Skinner, Constructing Quartermaster; E. M. Campbell, in Charge for the Contractors.
Photograph 02-03: Colonel H. C. Williams. Constructing Quartermaster of Camp Dix from the beginning until August 31, 1917
Photograph 02-04: Major Dayton and Adj. Lt. Shaw chatting with Messrs. Campbell and Moffett
Photograph 02-05: On the Day Major General Kennedy Arrived in Camp Dix, August 30th, 1917 -- Looking at a Map of the Camp.
Facing forward, left -- Major General Chase W. Kennedy, Commanding General of Camp Dix, and Lieutinet Colonel G. Soulard Turner, Acting Adjutant.
Facing forward, right -- Captain Theodore Skinner, Constructing Quartermaster (pointing to a location), and Joseph F. Lynch, General Superintendent of Construction (in civilian dress).
Photograph 02-06 Captain Theodore H. Skinner, U.S.R. - Constructing Quartermaster of Camp Dix from August 31, 1917, until its completion.
Photograph 02-07: Bat. Adj. Lt. Lewis E. Shaw, 3rd Bat., 15th N. Y. Infantry
Photograph 02-08: 78th Division Headquarters
Situated at the bend of the Parade Ground, on the highest level of the Camp, it commands a view of the two-mile-long Parade Ground from end to end. It is 175 feet above sea level.