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Dr. Garcia is photographed after receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House with Wanda, daughters Cecilia, Susie, and Daisy, and Cecilia’s husband Jim Akers.

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In 1965, Dr. Garcia received Panama’s Orden de Vasco Nunez de Balboa award for his exemplary diplomatic work.

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Dr. Garcia proudly wears the Presidential Medal of Freedom in this photograph with his wife Wanda.

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Dr. Garcia shakes hands with President Reagan during his Presidential Medal of Freedom award ceremony at the White House.

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Dr. Garcia (far left) meets with fellow members of the USCCR. The watchdog commission investigated allegations of discrimination based on color, race, religion, or national origin.

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In 1961, President Kennedy appointed Dr. Garcia to a delegation that attended a treaty signing with the West Indies. In this photograph Kennedy meets with the delegates in the Oval Office.

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Dr. Garcia and his sister Clotilde participate in a march to demand rights for farm workers.

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The AGIF expanded to California in 1956. Here, members gather in Los Angeles for the 11th annual AGIF convention.

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Dr. Garcia’s family attended many American GI Forum (AGIF) functions. Here, he poses with Cecilia, Hector Jr., Wanda, and Daisy at the AGIF’s 1959 convention.

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In 1957, a Colorado AGIF chapter peacefully resolved a racist incident when it held a ceremony to reconcile with the offending organization. The incident epitomized the AGIF’s thoughtful approach to conflict.
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