J. LAWTON COLLINS Black and white publicity photograph of J. Lawton Collins sitting in his dress uniform in a cahir with his hands crossed signed to a fan. Photograph inscribed and signed: “To H. Keith Thompson/With best wishes/J. Lawton Collins”. B/w, 8×10 overall, image 6½x7½ (one surface). Major General Joseph Lawton Collins was Commander of the 25th Infantry Division which, in December 1942, landed as a relief force on Guadalcanal. He was part of General Omar Bradley’s First Army in the Normandy assault as Commander of the VII Corps that spearheaded the breakout at St. Lô in July 1944. From 1949-1953, General Collins was Chief of Staff of the Army. Lightly creased at lower edge. Fine condition. – Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 67806
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