Garcia, Macario, Papers 1940-1993

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Garcia, Macario, Papers 2007-222., 1940-1993

Garcia, Macario, Papers 1940-1993

The Macario Garcia Papers, 1940-1993, contain photocopies of newspaper clippings, official military records and medical files, citations, history of the Medal of Honor, and history of the Fourth Infantry Division relating to the career of Sgt. Macario Garcia.

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