Gerald Ford on the football field at the University of Michigan, 1933Ford aboard Monterey, seated second from the right in the front row, 24 Oct 1943Navigation Officer Gerald R. Ford took a sextant reading aboard the USS Monterey, 1944Men of USS Monterey playing basketball in the carrier
Gerald Ford on the football field at the University of Michigan, 1933Ford aboard Monterey, seated second from the right in the front row, 24 Oct 1943Navigation Officer Gerald R. Ford took a sextant reading aboard the USS Monterey, 1944Men of USS Monterey playing basketball in the carrier's forward elevator, circa Jun-Jul 1944; jumper at left was future President of US Gerald R. Ford
Ford as a lieutenant commander, 1945Empress Kojun, First Lady Betty Ford, Emperor Showa, and President Gerald Ford walking toward the East Room of the White House, Washington DC, US, 2 Oct 1975, photo 1 of 2Empress Kojun, First Lady Betty Ford, Emperor Showa, and President Gerald Ford walking toward the East Room of the White House, Washington DC, US, 2 Oct 1975, photo 2 of 2US President Gerald Ford shaking hands with baseball player Gerald Ford at the White House, Washington DC, United States, 2 Oct 1975; note Emperor Showa and Betty Ford (partially hidden) also present
Ford as a lieutenant commander, 1945Empress Kojun, First Lady Betty Ford, Emperor Showa, and President Gerald Ford walking toward the East Room of the White House, Washington DC, US, 2 Oct 1975, photo 1 of 2Empress Kojun, First Lady Betty Ford, Emperor Showa, and President Gerald Ford walking toward the East Room of the White House, Washington DC, US, 2 Oct 1975, photo 2 of 2US President Gerald Ford shaking hands with baseball player Gerald Ford at the White House, Washington DC, United States, 2 Oct 1975; note Emperor Showa and Betty Ford (partially hidden) also present
Burke receiving the Medal of Freedom from US President Gerald Ford, the White House, Washington, DC, United States, 10 Jan 1977
Burke receiving the Medal of Freedom from US President Gerald Ford, the White House, Washington, DC, United States, 10 Jan 1977
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