Description: Mark Wayne Clark (1896-1984), United States Army General signed this photo of himself dressed in an almost unadorned military uniform holding his hands behind his back and squinting into the sun.
Clark fought during both World War I and II and is known for leading the United States Fifth Army in its capture of Rome in June, 1944. This photo was signed in March of 1945, the same month that Clark became the youngest American officer to be promoted to the rank of four star general.
4 ¾” x 3 ¾”. Item #A00929.
Condition: Two corners are lightly creased (in blank margin only), otherwise in very good condition with a bold signature.