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    John A. Lejeune Two Typed Letters Signed and Marine Corps Archive. Two pages (the Lejeune letters) and twenty-five pages total (including carbon paper copies), most 8" x 10.5", various dates (May - October 1922), and various places. The Lejeune letters were written to United States Senator Howard Sutherland regarding the cases of two marines, George F. Jackson and Dennis W. Hager. All letters have file holes at the top, else near fine of better.

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    The other letters in the archives relate to those two cases. Some of the signatures on typed letters include Captain (later Rear Admiral) A. E. Watson U.S.N., Brigadier [later Major-General] Logan Feland, U.S.M.C., and Major-General W. C. Neville, U.S.M.C..


    Lieutenant General John A. Lejeune, the thirteenth commandant of the Marine Corps, is known as the "Greatest of All Leathernecks" and the "Marine's Marine", having served for over forty years.


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