11x14 photo showing a rock inscribed with the words "Site of Speeches by Douglas and Lincoln, September 30 - Oct. 4, 1858" in Springfield, Illinois.
A photo of the Eddie Jacobson Memorial Chapel plaque. It reads "Eddie Jacobson endeared himself to his friends and neighbors of every faith; served his country during war; held his friendships inviolate; gave of his time and funds unstintingly; and fervently persevered to make the state of Israel a reality. He helped to make possible a haven for persecuted Jews throughout the world." This is similiar to 66-150. Mr. Jacobson was a good friend of President Truman.
Unidentified visitors at the U.S.S. Maine Memorial.
Men representing each branch of the military services salute as the national anthem is played during ceremonies to dedicate a bust and plaque at the mall entrance of the Pentagon in honor of the late James Forrestal, First Secretary of Defense, 1947-1949.
Senator Millard E. Tydings, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Commitee, makes the dedication address during ceremonies at the mall entrance to the Pentagon Building unveiling a bust and plaque honoring the late James Forrestal, first Secretary of Defense, 1947-1949.
Men representing each branch of the miltary services salute as the national anthem is played during the dedication and unveiling ceremonies of the James Forrestal Memorial at the Pentagon.