Banner celebrating Gen. Douglas MacArthur, c. 1945. Printed satin. Portrait of MacArthur in uniform over a patriotic shield; above, OUR HERO; below, on a scroll, GEN. MacARTHUR. Attached to a wooden rod with gold cord and tassels; bottom fringed in gold silk.
MacArthur was Pacific Theater commander during the war, responsible for countering the Japanese menace. Though he lacked the charisma of Ike, he was later a Republican presidential prospect. MacArthur's supporters would have proudly displayed this banner in their windows.