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Robert Doyle taking Photo of General MacArthur



Robert Doyle taking Photo of General MacArthur
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Title: Robert Doyle taking Photo of General MacArthur
Description: Robert Doyle takes a photo of General Douglas MacArthur as he greets a soldier during a tour on Goodenough Island, in the Solomon Sea, New Guinea (present day Papua New Guinea). Other soldiers and officers are behind MacArthur, and a tent is on the left. Trees are in the background. Handwritten on the back of the print, "Doyle snaps MacArthur."

Image ID: 100799
Creation
Date:
December 14, 1943 
Creator
Name:
Doyle, Robert
Collection
Name:
Doyle, Robert. Papers : 1935-1974, 1995
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Robert Doyle was a civilian war correspondent for the Milwaukee Journal during World War II, covering the experiences of Wisconsin troops in the 32nd "Red Arrow" Division, an infantry division of the United States Army National Guard. The "Red Arrow" Division consisted mainly of soldiers from Wisconsin and Michigan.
Subjects: Trees
Tents
Command of troops
Soldiers
Hats
Armed Forces
Military uniforms
World War, 1939-1945
Outdoor photography
Photographers
Military bases
Officers
Journalists
Reporters and reporting
 

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