27 items in this album on 2 pages.

Portrait of John Curtin, circa 1908Portrait of John Curtin, 1910Portrait of John Curtin, 1920sJohn and Elsie Curtin, date unknown
Portrait of John Curtin, circa 1908Portrait of John Curtin, 1910Portrait of John Curtin, 1920sJohn and Elsie Curtin, date unknown
Portrait of John Curtin, 1920sPrime Minister John Curtin and his ministry, Government House, Canberra, Australia, 1941Governer General of Australia Lord Gowrie signing the declaration of war against Japan with Prime Minister John Curtin looking on, at 1115 hours, 8 Dec 1941 (2015 hours, 9 Dec 1941 local time)John Curtin greeting Douglas MacArthur as the US general arrived in Sydney, Australia by air, 1940s
Portrait of John Curtin, 1920sPrime Minister John Curtin and his ministry, Government House, Canberra, Australia, 1941Governer General of Australia Lord Gowrie signing the declaration of war against Japan with Prime Minister John Curtin looking on, at 1115 hours, 8 Dec 1941 (2015 hours, 9 Dec 1941 local time)John Curtin greeting Douglas MacArthur as the US general arrived in Sydney, Australia by air, 1940s
MacArthur seated next to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mr. Nairn, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 1942; note Curtin seated at tablePortrait of John Curtin, circa 1942Prime Minister Curtin, Governor General of Australia Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, Arthur Fadden, Billy Hughes, and Robert Menzies, 1940sCurtin and MacArthur at Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 26 Mar 1942
MacArthur seated next to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mr. Nairn, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 1942; note Curtin seated at tablePortrait of John Curtin, circa 1942Prime Minister Curtin, Governor General of Australia Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, Arthur Fadden, Billy Hughes, and Robert Menzies, 1940sCurtin and MacArthur at Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 26 Mar 1942
Thomas Blamey, Douglas MacArthur, and John Curtin, Australia, 26 Mar 1942Australian Prime Minister John Curtin and his wife Elsie at the launch of HMAS Fremantle, Brisbane, Australia, 18 Aug 1942Prime Minister John CurtinUS Ambassador Nelson Johnson, Lady Gowrie, John Curtin, Douglas MacArthur, Governor General Lord Gowrie, and Frank Forde, Australia, 8 Jun 1943
Thomas Blamey, Douglas MacArthur, and John Curtin, Australia, 26 Mar 1942Australian Prime Minister John Curtin and his wife Elsie at the launch of HMAS Fremantle, Brisbane, Australia, 18 Aug 1942Prime Minister John Curtin's party entering Brisbane City Hall in Brisbane, Australia, 19 Aug 1942US Ambassador Nelson Johnson, Lady Gowrie, John Curtin, Douglas MacArthur, Governor General Lord Gowrie, and Frank Forde, Australia, 8 Jun 1943
Members of the Commonwealth War Cabinet meeting in the War Cabinet Room, 1st Floor A Block New Wing, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Australia, 10 Nov 1943; L to R: Curtin, Sheddon, Chifley, Makin, Drakeford, and DedmanPrime Minister John Curtin speaking to RAF Binbrook station commander Group Captain Hughie Edwards, 1944John Curtin and Douglas MacArthur at Fairbairn Airbase, Canberra, Australia, 18 Mar 1944Prime Minister John Curtin and Captain Hugh Edwards before Lancaster bomber
Members of the Commonwealth War Cabinet meeting in the War Cabinet Room, 1st Floor A Block New Wing, Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Australia, 10 Nov 1943; L to R: Curtin, Sheddon, Chifley, Makin, Drakeford, and DedmanPrime Minister John Curtin speaking to RAF Binbrook station commander Group Captain Hughie Edwards, 1944John Curtin and Douglas MacArthur at Fairbairn Airbase, Canberra, Australia, 18 Mar 1944Prime Minister John Curtin and Captain Hugh Edwards before Lancaster bomber 'G for George' at RAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, circa May 1944

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