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Fifth Quarterly Report on Vietnam Project: Report from Lloyd D. Musolf to Alfred L. Seelye and Glen L. Taggart, January 27, 1961

Item Number: 6-20-1921-116-UA2-1-12_000140
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MSU Archives and Historical Collections
Musolf, Lloyd D.
Original Repository
Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections John A. Hannah Papers (UA2.1.12) Box 42, Folder 55
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Physical Location
Box 42, Folder 55; Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections


  • Existence: 27 January 1961
  • Existence: Majority of material found within 27 January 1961

General Note / OCR

Lloyd Musolf, Chief Advisor to the Vietnam Project, reports on the expectations of reform in South Vietnam after the attempted coup attempt in November 1960. Musolf also discusses upcoming election plans in Vietnam, in which president Diem is seeking re-election, but his vice-president is not. Finally, Musolf talks about Arthur Gardiner's eagerness to see the MSUG's contract expire at the end of 1961.

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Pub Credit Line
6-20-1921-116-UA2-1-12_000140, John A. Hannah Papers, The Vietnam Center and Sam Johnson Vietnam Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 19 Feb 2015 [Updated: 27 Apr 2016]