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Murray stayed in the Army following WW-II and served in Japan and Korea during the Korean Conflict.  He ultimately retired in 1961.
 (All photos courtesy of Darlene Mortenson, Murray Harvey's daughter)

Camp Fuji, Japan
photo probably taken during R&R, Korean Conflict

Korean POWs
wear concerned looks as they stand before Major Harvey and two other men who are only identified as the unit's S-2 and S-3

"My Shiner"
was the description Murray penned on this photo, but without an explanation of how he received it.

Commendation Medal
Harvey is congratulated by the general who pinned on his newest award

Photo For Home
bears the signature of a "loving husband"

Retirement Letter
written by Harvey announces his impending retirement and  invites visitors to his Arizona home but cautions (in jest) that he may serve poor food and drink if they stay too lonf.

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