This is a Douglas MacArthur typed letter signed to a father (Mr. Ralph Amato) relating to the death of his son who fought at Corregidor and Bataan and was lost in battle or to imprisonment after the Islands fell.
In October 1944, General MacArthur triumphantly returned to liberate the Islands -- declaring "I have returned". The letter is dated October 25, 1945 and is a great association piece and is presented with the finest archival materials and procedures.
Artist: F.A. Crepaux Unframed Size: 46"x 30" Framed dimensions: 48" H x 32" W x 3" D This poster was part of the Colonel Edward McCrahon Poster Collection In 1919,...
Fully-entitled: Army of the Potomac. The Wagon Trains of the Army of the Potomac en Route from Chickahominy to James River VA. During the Seven Days Fight. (Fording Bear Creek...
Artist: Unknown, Canada Unframed Size: 36" H x 24" W This poster was part of the Colonel Edward McCrahon Poster Collection In 1919, during the final stage of World War...