The remains of a prisoner of war camp still stand on the southwest corner of Cotton Lane and Olive Avenue in Waddell. Referred to as the Fennemore Camp, it was used to house German and Italian prisoners during World War II. The men were brought here from the permanent camps at Florence or Papago to work in the farm fields.
After the war, the site was used as a farm worker camp. The block building that is still visible was a lavatory and wash house. The other buildings have all been destroyed or relocated. Several of the small relocated wooden cabins still exist in the area.