Lee Goodwin family letters  1822-1868 (bulk 1822-1856)
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   Container / Location    Title
Box   1  
Correspondence and Diaries [series]:
 
Letters and diary to Florence Adams. [subseries]:

Scope note: 6 items pertaining to Florence Adams including a lengthy diary written by Douglas MacArthur on his return trip from the Philippines in 1904.

 
 1904 October 15. Printed Receipt to Lt. D. MacArthur, with ANS by MacArthur on back.
 
 1904 October. Douglas MacArthur ALS to Florence Adams.
 
 1904 October. Douglas MacArthur ALS to Florence Adams.
 
 1904 September-1904 October 16. Florence Adams account of days spent with MacArthur. (4 pp.)
 
  1904 October 17-1904 November 25. Douglas MacArthur diary written for Florence Adams. (46pp.)
 
 Undated [ 1905 January?]. Douglas MacArthur ALS to Florence Adams.
 
Letters from Douglas MacArthur to Louise Cromwell (Brooks) MacArthur. [subseries]:

Scope note: 5 letters from Douglas MacArthur to Louise Cromwell Brooks (later Mrs. Louise MacArthur) including romantic letters and a reflection on his father after visiting Kenesaw Mountain where he fought during the Civil War.

 
 1921 October 15 (post). Douglas MacArthur ALS to Louise C. Brooks.
 
 1921 October 23 (post). Douglas MacArthur ALS to Louise C. Brooks.
 
 1921 November 18 (post). Douglas MacArthur ALS to Louise C. Brooks post .
 
 1925 May 28 (post). Douglas MacArthur ALS to Mrs. Louise MacArthur post .
 
 1925 May 30 (post). Douglas MacArthur ALS to Mrs. Louise MacArthur post .
 
Letters from Douglas MacArthur to Hamilton Fish, Jr. [subseries]:

Scope note: 9 Letters from Douglas MacArthur to Hamilton Fish Jr. during the period of time when MacArthur was Superintendent of West Point, and Chief of Staff, U.S. Army.

 
 1921 June 28. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1921 December 2. Douglas MacArthurTLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1931 June 9. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1931 June 30. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1932 August 24. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1932 August 25. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1933 January 6. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1933 June 29. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
 1934 February 1. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Hamilton Fish, Jr.
 
Miscellaneous letters and documents by or pertaining to Douglas MacArthur. [subseries]:
 
 1885 March 23. Arthur MacArthur ALS to Mrs. Talmage.
 
 1893 July 7. Arthur MacArthur TLS to W.G. Purdy.
 
 1893 July 27. Arthur MacArthur TLS to Thomas S. Wright.
 
 1898 February 5. Douglas MacArthur ALS to Frances [S. Rockwell]; Milwaukee, Wis[consin].   

This letter is accompanied by an 8x10" photograph of the General, inscribed and signed "To Francis [sic.] With life-long friendship. Douglas MacArthur Tokyo 1949."

 
 1898 February 28. Douglas MacArthur to Frances S. Rockwell; Milwaukee, [Wisconsin].
 
 1902 July 31. Arthur MacArthur TLS to Allen H. Wright.
 
 1909 June 16. Arthur MacArthur ALS to Mr. Varney.
 
 1909 June 17. [G.] Middlebrook TLS to Arthur MacArthur.
 
 [1913] March 28. Douglas MacArthur ALS to H.S. Rooksby.
 
 1918 August 13. Charles Menoher document, to 42nd Division.
 
 1920 December 6. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Marion Leroy Burton.
 
 1920 December 14. Asst. of Marion Burton TLS (copy) to Douglas MacArthur.
 
 1921 March 19. Douglas MacArthur TLS to W.L. Calver.
 
 1921 April 30. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Wilt Robinson.
 
 1927 October 28. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Murray Hulbert.
 
 1930 November 25. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Wm. A. Wolf; Washington, D.C.
 
 1931 February 14. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Dr. S.C.G. Watkins.
 
 1931 August 12. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Gen. Cornelius Vanderbilt.
 
 1932 February 22. Douglas MacArthur typed document, General Orders No. 3.
 
 1932 February 22. Douglas MacArthur typed document, Circular No. 6.
 
 1933 May 1. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Basil O'Connor.
 
 1933 September 8. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Ernest Lundeen.
 
 1936 February 4. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Capt. Harold D. Kehm.
 
 1942 December 22. Douglas MacArthur postal telegraph to "the men and women of LC Smith & Corona Typewriters Inc."
 
 [1944] April 20. Dwight Eisenhower ALS to Mamie Eisenhower.
 
 1945 October 14. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Mrs. Lena L. Smith.
 
 1947 May 2 (transmitted). Douglas MacArthur telegram draft.
 
 1947 July 16 . Douglas MacArthur TLS to Colonel Walter Wolf; Tokyo, Japan.
 
 1948 August 11. Douglas MacArthur TLS to George W. DeWitt; Tokyo, Japan.
 
 1948 December 6. Douglas MacArthur TLS to George J. Schoeneman.
 
 1950 August 16. Harry S. Truman TLS to Douglas MacArthur.
 
 1950 September 24. Jean MacArthur ALS to Dr. Poling.
 
 1950 September 24. Douglas MacArthur DS, to William R. Landin. Membership certificate in MacArthur's Honor Guard.   

located in Oversize manuscripts

 
[ 1951 April 4]. Douglas MacArthur ANS to [Laurence E.] Bunker.
 
 1951 April 18. Harry S. Truman TLS to Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.
 
 1951 April 18. Harry S. Truman TLS to Cyrus S. Ching.
 
 1951 April 20. Robert W[inthrop] Kean TLS to Stephen Siteman.
 
 1951 May 15. Ike [Dwight D.] Eisenhower TLS to Douglas MacArthur.
 
 1951 July 2. H. Ernst Luhrs TLS (with an additional copy) to Douglas MacArthur.
 
 1952 June 18. H[aroldson] L. Hunt TLS to Francis Case.
 
 1952 July 10. Harry S. Truman TLS to Russ Stewart.
 
 1953 January 22. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Bascom N. Timmons.
 
 1953 July 16. Jean MacArthur TLS to Mrs. Goodwin.
 
 1953 August 8. Jean MacArthur TLS to Mrs. Goodwin; enclosing one family photograph.
 
 [1953] September 5. Arthur MacArthur ALS to Mrs. Goodwin.
 
 1955 July 31. J. Ralph Granara ALS to Douglas MacArthur; enclosing: MacArthur, Douglas MacArthur ALS to J. Ralph Granera, [ 1955].
 
 1956 January 26. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Brig. Gen. L.A. Diller.
 
 1956 February 20. Douglas MacArthur TLS to John Marquez.
 
 1957 August 5. Harry S. Truman TLS to John Norman.
 
 1958 July 2. Douglas MacArthur TLS to Marshall Lachner.
 
 1961 April 14. Douglas MacArthur ALS to John J. McSweeney.
 
 1962 July 31. Printed Document Signed: Sperry Rand Corporation, Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
 
 1966 January 5. Dwight Eisenhower TLS to Edgar Garbisch.
 
 1969 September 26. Jean MacArthur TLS to "Ed."
 
 1983 April 29. Weldon E. Rhodes ALS to Frank.
 
 1983 July 5. Clark Mark TLS to Joseph Fawls.
 
 [ ] March, 21. Douglas MacArthur ALS to General Bundy.
 
Papers pertaining to the 42nd (Rainbow) Division [series]:
 
Military documents to the 42nd Division from external military units. [subseries]:

Scope note: 137 documents and memos directed to units of the 42nd Division from various military units within and outside the 42nd Division. Arranged by unit.

 
General Headquarters, A.E.F.,  1918 April 8. (1 Document)
 
Headquarters IV Army Corps, A.E.F.,  1918 August 20-1918 September 26. (10 Documents)
 
Headquarters V Army Corps,  1918 October 9-1918 October 31. (17 Documents)
 
P.C. 64th Brigade,  1918 October 12-1918 October 13. (3 Documents)
 
U.S. Army 89th Division,  1918 September 9-1918 September 30. (3 TD Cys)
Box   2  
French 4th Army Corps,  1918 June 26. (4 Documents)
 
French 5th Army Corps,  1918 May 30-1918 July 2. (44 Documents)
 
French 6th Army Corps,  1918 June 1-1918 August 8. (10 Documents)
 
French 7th Army Corps,  1918 April 9-1918 April 22. (3 Documents)
 
Miscellaneous French Documents,  1918 June 26-1918 September 24. (8 Documents)
 
German Communique,  1918 August 7-1918 October 31. (7 Documents)
 
French Communique,  1918 August 10-1918 October 31. (12 Documents)
 
American Communique,  1918 October 28-1918 October 31. (6 Documents)
 
Chemical Warfare Service,  1918 August 14-1918 October 16. (9 Documents)
 
Military documents from the 42nd Division to various military units. [subseries]:

Scope note: 293 military documents from the 42nd Division, A.E.F., Chiefs of Staff and General Staff Douglas MacArthur, William Hughes, Jr., R.H. Williams, Craig Malin, and H.A. Drum to various military units, September 8, 1917-January 27, 1919.

 
Headquarters 42nd Division [Douglas MacArthur]. (53 Documents)
Box   3  
Headquarters 42nd Division [William Hughes, Jr.]. (12 Documents)
 
Headquarters 42nd Division [R.H. Williams]. (6 Documents)
 
Headquarters 42nd Division [Craig Malin]. (5 Documents)
 
Headquarters 42nd Division [H.A. Drum]. (1 Document)
 
Headquarters 42nd Division [William Hughes, Jr.]. (73 Documents)
 
Headquarters 42nd Division [Douglas MacArthur]. (2 Documents)
 
Headquarters 42nd Division [R.H. Williams]. (1 Document)
Box   4  
Headquarters 42nd Division [Hughes, William, Jr.]  1919 September 14-1919 January 27. (120 Documents)
Box   5  
Internal military documents from and to various military units in the 42nd Division. [subseries]:

Scope note: 280 internal documents and memos from and to various military units in the 42nd Division, A.E.F., November 18, 1917-April 1, 1919. Arranged by unit.

 
Headquarters 42nd Division,  1917 November 18-1918 November 28. (35 Documents)
 
Miscellaneous Documents 42nd Division,  1917 November 24-1918 March 25. (6 Documents)
 
Miscellaneous Documents 42nd Division,  1918 May 23-1918 October 28. (16 Documents)
 
Miscellaneous Documents 42nd Division,  Undated. (33 Documents)
 
Miscellaneous Annexes and Appendices,  Undated. (13 Documents)
 
Headquarters 67th Field Artillery Brigade,  1918 March 24-1918 September 25. (11 Documents)
 
Headquarters 83rd Infantry Brigade,  1918 March 31-1918 October 18. (33 Documents)
 
Headquarters 84th Infantry Brigade,  1918 March 31-1919 April 1.
 
Headquarters 167th Infantry,  1918 April 2-1918 October 19. (22 Documents)
 
Headquarters 168th Infantry,  1918 April 7-1918 October 21. (24 Documents)
Box   6  
Kenneth A. Sutherland Notebook. [subseries]:

Scope note: 35 letters, documents, publications, and ephemera related to reunions of the 42nd Division, 1918-1937. Includes two letters by Douglas MacArthur, 1931-1932.

Box   7  
Photographs and miscellaneous papers pertaining to Douglas MacArthur [series]:
 
Aerial photographs and negatives, 91st Reconnaissance Squadron,  1918 October 10. [subseries]:

Scope note: 40 aerial photographs and negatives, taken by the 91st Recon. Squadron, [France].

Box   8  
Miscellaneous photographs and papers. [subseries]:

Scope note: 11 miscellaneous photographs and additional papers related to Douglas MacArthur.

 
[Undated, WWI era]. Photograph: full length posed photo of Douglas MacArthur holding a swagger stick. Signed "To a beloved comrade-in-arms of the Rainbow"
 
[ 1917-1919]. Photograph Identification card of Brig. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Chief of Staff 42nd Division. (1 item)
 
 1932 March 14. Photograph: full length portrait of Douglas MacArthur in uniform. Signed "With cordial regard."
 
[ 1944 October 20]. Photograph: General Douglas MacArthur walking ashore at the Leyte Landing, Signed.
 
[ 1945 January 9]. Photograph: International News (wire service) photo; Luzon, Philippines. Depicting the General walking ashore.
 
 1945 February 25. Photograph: International News (wire service) photo; Luzon, Philippines. Depicting the General standing with aides on the Bataan peninsula.
 
 1945 August 14. The Abiline Reporter , vol. 65, no. 58; Abiline, Texas. . Front page article "Peace! Key Men in Drive to Victory Over Japan" includes pictures of Chester Nimitz and Douglas MacArthur.    [Note: located in Oversize manuscripts]
 
 1949. Photograph: Portrait of the General, inscribed and signed "To Francis With life-long friendship. Douglas MacArthur Tokyo 1949."   

located in "Miscellaneous letters and documents pertaining to Douglas MacArthur" series, with Douglas MacArthur ALS to Frances [S. Rockwell]; 1898 February 5

 
 1951 April 19. Photograph: General Douglas MacArthur Addresses Members of Congress, U.S. Army Photograph SC361740-S. . Signed by Douglas MacArthur and Vice President Alben W. Barkley.
 
 1951 December 3. Printed advertisement/RSVP: Poor Richard’s 47th Annual Banquet. .
 
 1964 April 6. New York Times , vol. CXIII, no. 39,789.    [Note: located in Oversize manuscripts]
Regarding the death of Douglas MacArthur.
 
 1971 January 26. Printed Douglas MacArthur envelope and postal cancellation, first day of issue. Post . Signed by Jean MacArthur.
 
 Undated. Document (copy). List of Units making up the Rainbow Division. Submitted by a member of Battalion E, 149th U.S.F.A.
Volumes   (loose on shelf)  
Published works [series]:
 
James, D[orris] Clayton. The Years of MacArthur . Boston: Houghton Mifflin, v. 1,  1970 v. 2,  1975 v. 3, 1985.
 
Lowitt, Richard, and Harry S. Truman. The Truman-MacArthur Controversy . Chicago: Rand McNally, 1967.
 
MacArthur, Douglas. Duty, Honor, Country: a Pictorial Autobiography . New York: McGraw-Hill, 1965.
 
MacArthur, Douglas. Military Demolitions . [Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Staff college press], 1909. Signed on cover by Douglas MacArthur and presented in a custom blue clamshell box.
 
MacArthur, Douglas.Reminiscences . New York, McGraw-Hill, 1964.
 
MacArthur, Douglas, and Norman Vincent Peale. Revitalizing a Nation: a Statement of Beliefs, Opinions, And Policies Embodied In the Public Pronouncements of Douglas MacArthur . Chicago: Heritage Foundation; distributed by Garden City Books, Garden City, N.Y, 1952. Signed on title page by Douglas MacArthur. Enclosed: Printed program for "Reception and Luncheon for General of the Army Douglas MacArthur," Michigan State College, Kellogg Center, East Lansing, Michigan, May 15, 1952. Enclosed: Manuscript notes on MacArthur's speech, taken by Duane N. Diedrich, at the Kellogg Center. Enclosed: typed explanatory note by the regarding the volume and enclosures, dated August 21, 2010.
 
MacArthur, Douglas, and Vorin E. Whan. A Soldier Speaks: Public Papers and Speeches of General of the Army, Douglas MacArthur . New York: Praeger, 1965.
 
Pearlman, Michael D. Truman & MacArthur: Policy, Politics, and the Hunger for Honor and Renown. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2008.
 
Rasor, Eugene L. General Douglas MacArthur, 1880-1964: Historiography and Annotated Bibliography. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994.
 
Representative Speeches of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur . Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1964.
 
Spanier, John W. The Truman-MacArthur Controversy and the Korean War . Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press, 1959.
 
Whitney, Courtney. Macarthur: His Rendezvous with History . New York, Knopf, 1956.
 
Composite volume containing copies of:
 
1. MacArthur, Douglas, and Norman Vincent Peale. Revitalizing a Nation: a Statement of Beliefs, Opinions, and Policies Embodied in the Public Pronouncements of Douglas MacArthur. Chicago: Heritage Foundation; distributed by Garden City Books, Garden City, N.Y, 1952.
 
2. Military Situation in the Far East. Washington: U.S.G.P.O.,  1951 part I (pages 1-724).
 
3. Address of the General of the Army Douglas MacArthur at a Joint Meeting of the Two Houses in the Hall of the House of Representatives, April 19, 1951. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1951.
 
4. Individual Views of Certain Members of the Joint Committee on Armed Services and Foreign Relations of the United States Senate Relating to the Hearings Held on the Dismissal of General MacArthur and the Military Situation in the Far East May 3-June 27, 1951. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., 1951.