American military servicemen gathering outside of the MacArthur Memorial for last rites, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Casket carrying Douglas MacArthurDouglas MacArthurDouglas MacArthur
American military servicemen gathering outside of the MacArthur Memorial for last rites, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Casket carrying Douglas MacArthur's body arrived at Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Douglas MacArthur's casket at the rotunda of the Capitol building, Washington DC, United States, 8-9 Apr 1964Douglas MacArthur's funeral procession halting at the steps on the eastern side of the Capitol building, Washington DC, United States, 9 Apr 1964
Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur departing from Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur halting outside of St. PaulFuneral procession of Douglas MacArthur in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur turning onto Constitution Avenue, Washington DC, United States, 9 Apr 1964; the procession was heading toward Washington National Airport
Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur departing from Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur halting outside of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur turning onto Constitution Avenue, Washington DC, United States, 9 Apr 1964; the procession was heading toward Washington National Airport
Funeral service for Douglas MacArthur, St. Paul
Funeral service for Douglas MacArthur, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964


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