1. Arthur MacArthur Cigarette Case

    The sterling silver and 14 karat gold cigarette case dates to the early 20th century and is believed to have been manufactured by Kerr of New York or New Jersey. It is engraved “A. MacA.” on the lid and “ARTHUR MacARTHUR / U.S. NAVY / BOWMAN McCALLA MacARTHUR” on the interior.

  2. Arthur MacArthur IV Leather Jacket

    This jacket has a most unique history – it had been given to Arthur MacArthur IV, son of Douglas and Jean MacArthur, by Boy Scout Troop 126 of Seattle, WA, in November 1951.

  3. Dictaphone

    This Cameo model Dictaphone dictation machine was used in Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s Church Street office in New York City. This Dictaphone was among several items of furniture recently given to the MacArthur Memorial by the U.S. Army that had been used in the Church Street office.

  4. E.G. Cleckner World War I Medic Uniform

    Dennis Cleckner of Chesapeake recently donated to the Memorial a World War I U.S. Army uniform belonging to his grandfather, Eldon G. Cleckner.

  5. George Taylor Uniform Collection

    Col. George Taylor, U.S. Army, (Ret.) of Virginia Beach, Virginia, recently gave his uniforms from 20 years of service with the United States Army to the MacArthur Memorial.

  6. "Pappy" Gunn Map Case

    This leather map case belonged to Col. Paul I. “Pappy” Gunn, U.S. Army Air Corps, a pioneer in military aviation in the first half of the twentieth century. An undated Philippine Air Lines tag – an airline started by Gunn – is attached.

  7. Recent Acquisitions Papers Of

    MacArthur Memorial acquisitions of personal papers.

  8. Shipping Crates

    Cleaning out one’s attic or garage almost always yields long-forgotten treasures. In fact, that is how many museums receive a lot of their donations. So it was that the MacArthur Memorial recently received a most unexpected donation associated with both the most controversial part of General Douglas MacArthur’s career and also with the establishment of the Memorial itself.