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166 items in this album on 9 pages.

General of the Army Douglas MacArthur inspecting troops of the 24th Infantry Division at Gimpo airfield near Seoul, Korea, 21 Feb 1951A letter from J. A. Sullivan to Harry Truman protesting the firing of Douglas MacArthur, 12 Apr 1951
General of the Army Douglas MacArthur inspecting troops of the 24th Infantry Division at Gimpo airfield near Seoul, Korea, 21 Feb 1951A letter from J. A. Sullivan to Harry Truman protesting the firing of Douglas MacArthur, 12 Apr 1951
Douglas MacArthurDouglas MacArthur honoring his wife, Jean Faircloth MacArthur, in San Francisco, California, United States, 18 Apr 1951
Douglas MacArthur's motorcade on a street in Tokyo, Japan as he was leaving the country, 16 Apr 1951; note thousands of supporting civiliansDouglas MacArthur honoring his wife, Jean Faircloth MacArthur, in San Francisco, California, United States, 18 Apr 1951
Douglas MacArthur in the San Francisco ticker-tape parade held in his honor, California, United States, 18 Apr 1951Douglas MacArthur addressing a joint session of Congress, Washington DC, United States, 19 Apr 1951
Douglas MacArthur in the San Francisco ticker-tape parade held in his honor, California, United States, 18 Apr 1951Douglas MacArthur addressing a joint session of Congress, Washington DC, United States, 19 Apr 1951
Douglas MacArthur with son Arthur and wife Jean at the US Capitol Building, Washington, DC, after addressing a joint session of Congress, 19 Apr 1951General MacArthur
Douglas MacArthur with son Arthur and wife Jean at the US Capitol Building, Washington, DC, after addressing a joint session of Congress, 19 Apr 1951General MacArthur's motorcade departing the US Congress building, Washington DC, United States, 19 Apr 1951
General MacArthur, his son Arthur, and his wife Jean in an open car, Washington DC, United States, 19 Apr 1951Douglas MacArthur addressing a crowd at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 25 Apr 1951
General MacArthur, his son Arthur, and his wife Jean in an open car, Washington DC, United States, 19 Apr 1951Douglas MacArthur addressing a crowd at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 25 Apr 1951
Douglas MacArthur and Shigeru Yoshida at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York, United States, 5 Nov 1954Burke speaking to MacArthur at MacArthur
Douglas MacArthur and Shigeru Yoshida at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, New York, United States, 5 Nov 1954Burke speaking to MacArthur at MacArthur's 84th birthday party, 26 Jan 1964
Private service for Douglas MacArthur at the 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York, United States, 7 Apr 1964Douglas MacArthur
Private service for Douglas MacArthur at the 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York, United States, 7 Apr 1964Douglas MacArthur's casket being carried through a honor cordon at Pennsylvania Station, New York, New York, United States, 8 Apr 1964
Douglas MacArthurFuneral procession of Douglas MacArthur on Constitution Avenue, Washington DC, United States, 8 Apr 1964
Douglas MacArthur's funeral procession arriving at the Capitol building, Washington DC, United States, 8 Apr 1964Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur on Constitution Avenue, Washington DC, United States, 8 Apr 1964
American military servicemen gathering outside of the MacArthur Memorial for last rites, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Casket carrying Douglas MacArthur
American military servicemen gathering outside of the MacArthur Memorial for last rites, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Casket carrying Douglas MacArthur's body arrived at Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964
Douglas MacArthurDouglas MacArthur
Douglas MacArthur's casket at the rotunda of the Capitol building, Washington DC, United States, 8-9 Apr 1964Douglas MacArthur's funeral procession halting at the steps on the eastern side of the Capitol building, Washington DC, United States, 9 Apr 1964

166 items in this album on 9 pages.

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