Carl "Tooey" Spaatz signed World War II photograph surrounded by authentic WW II vintage Air Corps patches representing all the relevant units of the early Air Corps and Air Force.
On Dec. 1, 1942, General Spaatz became commanding general of the Twelfth Air Force in North Africa. In February 1943, he assumed command of the Northwest African Air Force, which he organized. He received a temporary promotion to lieutenant general March 12, 1943.
Framed dimensions: 28 3/4" H x 24" W x 2" D
A personally autographed Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation bank check, dated August 1, 1947 to Anton Alt for $9.35. Frank Lloyd Wright was a highly influential American architect (1867-1959) whose mastery...
Churchill's masterful history of the development and influence of Anglo cultures in the West in four volumes with original dust jackets with protective mylar and custom handcrafted cloth slip case....