LT. GENERAL WILLIAM K. HARRISON - CURRENCY SIGNED - HFSID 175037
Sale Price $198.00
WILLIAM K. HARRISON, Jr.
A 100 Korean Armistice Note signed by the Purple Heart Lieutenant General
Currency signed: "W.K. Harrison/LTG, USA (RET)", in black ink, 6¼x3½. A 100 K.D. Korean Armistice Note. William K. Harrison, Jr. (1895-1987) was a lieutenant general in the US Army, and the son of Medal of Honor recipient William K. Harrison. Graduating from West Point in 1917, Harrison was assigned to the 1st Calvary at Camp Lawrence J. Hearn. He went on to serve in France during World War I, and after, was appointed as the commander of the Army Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Harrison also served during World War II, being appointed to assistant commander of the 30th Division. During the Korean War in 1951, he became the deputy commander of the Eighth Army in Korea. For his service in the Army, Harrison was awarded several honors, including the Distinguished Service Cross, the Legion of Merit, the Silver Star, the Bronze Star with Cluster and the Purple Heart. Fold in center. Corners and edges worn and torn. Soiled. Toned. Delicate. Otherwise, fine condition.
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