Paul P. Rogers papers, undated.


Paul P. Rogers papers, undated.

General description of the collection: The Paul P. Rogers papers contain a letter of introduction from MacArthur and a memoir of his recollections surrounding Executive Order Number One between General MacArthur and Philippine President Quezon. Executive Order One is the order that paid General MacArthur for his services in the Philippines.

1 folder.


SNAC Resource ID: 7870235

U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center

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