The flag-draped coffin containing the body of Senator McCarthy is carried up the steps of the U.S. Capitol for funeral services in the Senate chamber after an earlier service at St. Matthew's Cathedral, May 6, 1957.
The body of Senator McCarthy being carried into St. Mary Catholic Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, May 6, 1957. An honor guard of Appleton's Commodore John Barry Post, Catholic War Veterans, led the procession. Eight Marines carried the body as a 35-man honor guard stood in salute.
|Aisle of St. Mary Catholic Church|
The family of Senator McCarthy follows the casket down the aisle of St. Mary Catholic Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, May 6, 1957. Left to right: Andrew Fraser, Ogdensburg, New York, cousin of Mrs. Jean McCarthy; Roman Kornely, Appleton, brother-in-law of Senator McCarthy; Jean McCarthy, Senator McCarthy's widow; William McCarthy, Chicago, brother of Senator McCarthy.
A long line of mourners outside St. Mary Catholic Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, waiting to pass the bier of Senator McCarthy, May 6, 1957. More than 17,000 viewed the body.
A large crowd stood outside St. Mary Catholic Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, as the casket of Senator McCarthy is removed from the church and placed in a hearse to begin the journey to the parish cemetery, May 7, 1957.
Flowers on the gravesite of the McCarthy family plot in St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Appleton, Wisconsin, before the arrival of the funeral procession, May 7, 1957.
Graveside ceremony for Senator McCarthy, St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Appleton, Wisconsin, May 7, 1957.
The tombstone of Senator McCarthy, St. Mary Catholic Cemetery, Appleton, Wisconsin. (Photo dated March 9, 1989.)
Jean McCarthy, the widow of Senator McCarthy, looks on as two honor Marine Corps guards unveil a bust of her husband in the Outagamie County Courthouse, May 2, 1959. Next to Mrs. McCarthy is Senator Styles Bridges (R-New Hampshire), who gave the dedication address to about 400 people gathered on the Courthouse lawn. Circuit Judge Andrew W. Parnell (right) served as chairman of the event. The Marines are Captain R. E. Jones (left) and First Sergeant Lawrence Sepulveda, both of Oshkosh.
The bust of Senator McCarthy stood in the Outagamie County Courthouse from 1959 until 2001, when it was moved to the Outagamie Museum. (Photo dated July 8, 1986.)