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DOUGLAS MACARTHUR

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ORIGINAL LARGE COLORED LITHOGRAPHED CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION SIGNED BY GENERAL MACARTHUR

MACARTHUR, Douglas. Certificate of recognition, signed. No place, no date.

Original official certificate of recognition for the service of PFC Fred Alexander as member of the elite honor guard to Douglas MacArthur during the occupation of Japan, signed by MacArthur and matted beneath the Life magazine cover for September 17, 1945 bearing a portrait of MacArthur captioned “Commander of Japan.” $3000.

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“A DEPTH OF LOYALTY FOR WHICH I AM MOST GRATEFUL”

MACARTHUR, Douglas. Photolithograph signed. WITH: Typed letter signed. New York, 1961. Three items altogether.

Large signed photographic portrait of General MacArthur—the same image found on the 1971 commorative 6¢ stamp—accompanied by a 1961 letter typewritten on his personal Sperry Rand letterhead to his secretary of “the past ten years,” gratefully acknowledging her faithful service. $2500.

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SIGNED BY GENERAL MACARTHUR

(MACARTHUR, Douglas) WHITNEY, Courtney. MacArthur: His Rendezvous with History. New York, 1956.

First edition of this important contemporary history of the career of General Douglas MacArthur, authored by his senior aide and good friend, Major General Courtney Whitney, signed by MacArthur and inscribed on the same page by Whitney: "To C— S— with admiration and warm regard, Courtney Whitney." $2200.

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ICONIC PHOTOGRAPH OF DOUGLAS MACARTHUR, WARMLY INSCRIBED BY EDWARD JACKSON, THE PHOTOJOURNALIST WHO SHOT IT, HANDSOMELY FRAMED

JACKSON, Edward N. Photograph inscribed. No place, No date.

Wonderful large photograph of Douglas MacArthur, inscribed by the photographer who originally shot it: "To my good friend Harvey Chaloux from Eddie Jackson, THE NEWS, NYC," handsomely matted and framed with a 1951 newspaper quotation that originally ran with the photo. $225.

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