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Dolf M. Droge Collection (2070) Finding Aid
Item Number: 20700000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Audio CD contains Congressman Phillip M. Crane's interview with Dolf Droge in which Droge gives his views on the Vietnam War from the perspective he developed working on Vietnamese affairs from 1954-1985, primarily with the National Security Council and the United States Information Agency. The collection also contains copies of correspondence from dignitaries such as Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger.

Added: 19 Jun 2008[Updated: 06 Jan 2010]
Bill Rose Collection (2353) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23530000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than a quarter of a linear foot of articles and newsletters document Bill Rose's work in Vietnam with the Minh Quy Hospital and Vietnam Christian Service from 1967 and on into the 1970s.

Collection: Bill Rose Collection

Association: Minh Quy Hospital

Added: 07 Mar 2011[Updated: 04 Oct 2013]
Kelly Crager Collection (2173) Finding Aid
Item Number: 21730000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately a quarter of a linear foot of books donated to the archive by Kelly Crager.

Added: 16 Feb 2009[Updated: 17 Dec 2014]
Moncrieff J. Spear Collection (1084) Finding Aid
Item Number: 10840000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection contains material related to the evacuation of Nha Trang in March 1975. Following the evacuation, Spear asked his staff to write accounts of the evacuations in their provinces.

Added: 05 Feb 2003[Updated: 14 May 2010]
Larry Berman Collection (Personal Papers) (1237) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12370000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Two CD-Rom's of images and two articles document Larry Berman's interest in the History of the Vietnam Conflict. All materials are from the post-war era, primarily after 2000.

Added: 03 Nov 2003[Updated: 01 Oct 2019]
Nevin Williams Collection (1143) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11430000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately three linear feet of documents, artifacts, periodicals, books, and photo files document Nevin Williams' experience in Vietnam. This collection consists of digital photograph files on CD-Rom that document Nevin Roger Williams's service in the U.S. Army. The CD contains images of Cu Chi and Saigon, 1967; 18th Military Police Brigade, 1967-1968; and the MACV Advisory Team 45 in Ninh Thuan Province, 1970-1971. The collection also contains books and issues of Vietnam Magazine, 1988-2003.

Added: 23 Apr 2003[Updated: 08 Nov 2018]
Larry Berman Collection (Presidential Archives Research) (024) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0240000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately 52 linear feet of documents collected by Larry Berman from Presidential archives, including the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, and the National Archives document various aspects of Presidential and United States' policies during the Vietnam Conflict. Documents have a date range of 1954-1995, with the bulk of the documents originating from the war era (1954-1975). Documents of note include materials on White House staff files, campaigns and elections, cabinet meeting notes, government telegrams and letters, and newspaper indexes on public opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1968 - 1975. All documents were used by Larry Berman in the research for his books.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 27 Feb 2017]
H. Lawrence Serra Collection (2017) Finding Aid
Item Number: 20170000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot containing a play 'The Sihanoukville Inquiry', a book entitled 'NILO Ha Tien', both written by H. Lawrence Serra, and copies form the National Archives at College Park, Maryland document H. Lawrence Serra's service in the United States Navy.

Added: 02 Aug 2007[Updated: 01 Aug 2012]
James Banerian Collection (1969) Finding Aid
Item Number: 19690000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot of periodicals, articles, photographs, and a book document a variety of post Vietnam War issues particularly the activities of the Viet Kieu after the war. Also included is a new translation of the classical Vietnamese poem called 'Kieu' by Nguyen Du, translated by James Banerian.

Added: 22 Oct 2008[Updated: 29 Jan 2016]
Allen Binckley Collection (1440) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14400000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately two linear feet of a calendar, a pocket guide to Vietnam, over thirty books, DVDs, and a copy of The Heritage Foundation's newsletter, The Backgrounder, document various aspects of the Vietnam Conflict. All materials date from the post-war period.

Added: 30 Sep 2004[Updated: 29 Mar 2012]
James Ridgeway Collection (256) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2560000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over two linear feet of books, posters, museum artifacts, newsletters, periodicals, newspaper and magazine articles, and other documents detail various information on Pol Pot, Cambodia, and the Vietnam War. The materials date 1966-1972, plus some documents that are undated.

Added: 05 Jan 2002[Updated: 04 Dec 2019]
Dominick Cirincione Collection (402) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4020000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over 100 linear feet of books, photographs, slides, posters, museum objects, electronic media, moving images, audio tapes, newsletters, periodicals, correspondence, calendars, clippings, and various other materials document both Dominick Cirincione's work with Bell Helicopter and various issues related to the Vietnam Conflict generally. Materials date from both the war and post-war periods and include an essay by James Webb that compares World War II and Vietnam generations, titled 'The American Enterprise', 2002. Cultural materials, including various films, plays, and novels are also included in the collection and include The Big Chill; Good Morning, Vietnam; the Rambo films; Flatliners and many others. Most of the materials are in fair to good condition.

Added: 01 May 2006[Updated: 30 Sep 2019]
Vietnam Veterans Institute Collection (328) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3280000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately five linear feet of materials detail the various issues associated with the Vietnam Veterans Institute. The collection is divided into five categories: Administrative Files, Individual Files, Life Time Service Award, Conferences and General Files. The Administrative Files section contains general file titles arranged alphabetically on subjects directly related to the Vietnam Veteran Institute. The Individual Files section contains material produced by various individuals associated with the Vietnam Veterans Institute. The Life Time Service Award section concerns the Vietnam Veterans Institute and Paralyzed Veterans of America Award for Life Service to Veterans. The Conferences section contains material on the several conferences sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans Institute and the General Files section is a compilation of material collected by the Vietnam Veterans Institute not directly related to the organization. Almost all of the materials date from the post-war period.

Added: 05 Nov 2001[Updated: 26 Nov 2018]
Allen Cates Collection (406) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4060000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over five linear feet of photographs, maps, museum objects, VHS tapes, correspondence, military administrative documents, military orders, articles, and various citation and promotion documentation details Allen Cates' military career and his involvement with Air America during the Vietnam Conflict. Much of the materials specifically document his efforts to apply for and acquire Vietnam Veteran status for himself and other former employees of Air America through the filing of a group application for Active Service determination in the 2000s. Materials date July 1969 - 16 March 2004.

Added: 06 Dec 2001[Updated: 23 Oct 2019]
Richard Burns Collection (1174) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11740000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection consists of a books, a blood chit from 1967, posters, periodicals, Army Technical and Field Manuals, and a map. Also present in the collection are descriptions of the various combat insignias used by Special Forces units in Southeast Asia.

Added: 16 Jun 2003[Updated: 06 Mar 2007]
Barry & Margaret Zorthian Collection (1759) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17590000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over 20 Linear feet of photographs, audio cassettes, audio reels, video reels, VHS and videocassette tapes, periodicals, books, maps, posters, museum artifacts, oral history transcripts, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, official military records and reports, bibliographies, PSYOP guides, pamphlets, booklets, congressional hearings and committee reports, correspondence and handwritten NYU notebooks document the life of Barry Zorthian, his service as Director of JUSPAO during the Vietnam conflict from 1964-1968, his service as the Program Director for Voice of America, and his life after the war. Materials date from the 1940's through 2000's and relate to US Psychological Operations during the Vietnam Conflict, press relations with the military during and after the conflict, press relations during Operation Desert Storm and the War on Terror in Iraq, and Armenian history.

Added: 01 Jun 2007[Updated: 02 Oct 2019]
Garnett Bell Collection (1127) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11270000000   (Click For More Item Information)

POW / MIA research material; National Vietnam Research Center Office Files; correspondence; Defense intelligence Agency documents; Foreign Broadcast Information Service documents; POW / MIA fact-books; Indochina monographs; Viet Cong / North Vietnamese Army glossaries; CICV documents; photocopied and hand written notes; and other miscellaneous documents. Non-manuscript material includes books, photographs, maps, periodicals, newsletters, and videotapes.

Added: 25 Mar 2003[Updated: 15 May 2019]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Articles (620) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6200000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This series is 7.5 linear feet. This series deals with articles both by and about Admiral Zumwalt. Some articles express Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Zumwalt's repeated warnings that the Soviet Navy had surpassed the United State Navy in combatant capabilities. Further, several articles address Admiral Zumwalt's statements concerning the Australian, New Zealand, and United States Treaty (ANZUS). Articles after Admiral Zumwalt's retirement and his unsuccessful bid for the Senate seat from Virginia, demonstrate his criticism of trends he saw in Defense procurement, especially the tendency toward increasingly large and sophisticated, and more expensive, weapons platforms. There are also articles about his family, especially Mouza's efforts during the campaign. Articles in this series also refer to Lt. Col. Zumwalt (Admiral Zumwalt's father) including a couple of letters from the European Theater in 1945.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 01 Nov 2019]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Subject Files (623) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6230000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This series is approximately 18 linear feet of paper materials. The general subject files cover a wide array of subjects. Generally, this collection encompasses foreign relations, arms control, military issues, environmental concerns, trips, conferences, various individuals, Transway, and information about Asian countries.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 01 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Correspondence (621) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6210000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The general correspondence series is one of the largest in Admiral Zumwalt's collection with approximately 18 linear feet of material. This series contains various formats, including type written letters, faxes, memorandums, thank you cards, and phone messages. The majority of correspondence is to and from Admiral Zumwalt. The correspondence covers a wide array of subjects, such as friends, family, member organizations, military personnel, government officials, educational institutions, various associations, and some cities in the United States. Further, some of the correspondence is divided alphabetically. Several pieces of correspondence have related articles from newspapers and periodicals.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 17 Sep 2019]