The Frank Parker papers, 1933-1935.


The Frank Parker papers, 1933-1935.

Contains the following types of materials: scrapbooks. Contains information pertaining to the following time periods): 1920s and 1930s. Contains information pertaining to the following military unit and organizations: VI Corps; Philippine Department. General description of the collection: The Frank Parker papers include general officer's scrapbooks of official and personal activities. Clippings cover: Army and Navy forces in Philippines, civic policy, Governor General F. Murphy and his deputy J.R. Hayden, M. Quezon, D. MacArthur, travels, aviation, polo, Mindanao Volcano, inauguration of Philippine Commonwealth in 1935, andsome material about his earlier career.

6 boxes.


SNAC Resource ID: 7577952

U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center

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