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George J. Combs Collection (1877) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18770000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of a 3.5' floppy disks, a DD-214 form, photocopied photographs, and the manuscript of George J. Combs' ' Tigers Live Here' documents Combs' experiences as a pilot in the United States Army before, during and after the Vietnam War. The floppy disks are digital copies of the document collection. The documents date from the post-war period. The material is in good condition.

Added: 28 Nov 2006[Updated: 29 Nov 2006]
Kimberly A. Cook Collection (1896) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18960000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of books contain Kimberly A. Cooks book titled: 'Do Bar Fights Count?' How to Write Your Military Stories' and three anthologies of student work from 1997-2000.

Added: 04 Dec 2006[Updated: 26 Mar 2012]
James A. Cudney Collection (1829) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18290000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Approximately three linear feet of U.S. Army Map Service-produced mounted and relief maps of Indochina and surrounding areas and a cardboard box used to ship the maps to the United States from the United States Embassy in Saigon details the geography of the Southeast Asia area. All maps originate from the war era and were collected by James A. Cudney before the Fall of Saigon, RVN in April 1975. The maps and box are in fair to good conditions.

Added: 06 Dec 2006[Updated: 07 Dec 2006]
Anthony Cardoza Collection (1533) Finding Aid
Item Number: 15330000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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'Bigfoot' is an action adventure film about the legendary Bigfoot monsters in the Pacific Northwest. It features Joy Wilkerson, who is known for her involvement in entertaining United States soldiers fighting during the Vietnam War.

Added: 14 Mar 2005[Updated: 28 Apr 2011]
Jimmy Cillpam Collection (1539) Finding Aid
Item Number: 15390000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The Bamboo Cross, by Homer E. Dowdy, which is a book chronicling the Montagnard Christians and their struggle against the Viet Cong in South Vietnam in the early 1960s.

Added: 06 Apr 2005[Updated: 06 Apr 2005]
Margarethe Cammermeyer Collection (1558) Finding Aid
Item Number: 15580000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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World Report and Serving in Silence , Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer's autobiography, document her struggle against the U.S. Government's official policy of banning homosexuals from military service.

Added: 28 Apr 2005[Updated: 24 Mar 2006]
Harvey Cooper Collection (1701) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17010000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Second to First by Harvey Cooper documents Cooper's three years in the United States Army from October 1963 to July 1966.

Added: 29 Nov 2005[Updated: 29 Nov 2005]
Fred Chinni Collection (1717) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17170000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Photographs and film documenting Fred Chinni's tour of duty with the U.S. Coast Guard in Vietnam.

Added: 10 Jan 2006[Updated: 08 Feb 2006]
Edward C. Costello Collection (1733) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17330000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Two raw 8mm films from Edward Costello of the Republic of Vietnam document his service with the 23rd Military Police (MP) Company, 23rd Division (Americal).

Added: 21 Feb 2006[Updated: 06 Mar 2006]
Tom Cossaboom Collection (1738) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17380000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Maps of Southeast Asia and the Middle East, American and Viet Cong propaganda leaflets, Chieu Hoi passes, 19 May 1970 issue of the North Vietnamese newspaper Quan Giai Phong, and a February 2006 article from the Dallas Morning News were collected by Tom Cossaboom, who served a tour of duty in Vietnam from August 1969 to August 1970.

Added: 13 Mar 2006[Updated: 27 Mar 2006]
Counterpart Association Collection (1422) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14220000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of posters with various photographs and graphics used for display at Counterpart Association meetings.

Added: 19 Apr 2006[Updated: 31 Jan 2013]
Dominick Cirincione Collection (402) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4020000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Over six 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: 15 Nov 2018]
Ralph Christopher Collection (1648) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16480000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Book titled River Rats and DVD titled River Rats of Vietnam document the U.S. Navy's fight to gain control of the rivers of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War.

Added: 07 Sep 2005[Updated: 17 Dec 2012]
Andy Conklin Collection (1664) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16640000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Slides, negatives, and a photograph document of Andy Conklin's tour of duty in Vietnam.

Added: 03 Oct 2005[Updated: 23 May 2006]
Robert & Betty Carr Collection (1688) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16880000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Books donated to the Vietnam Archive by Robert and Betty Carr.

Added: 16 Nov 2005[Updated: 18 Nov 2005]
Laura Calkins Collection (1697) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16970000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of three books and a newsletter document various aspects of the Vietnam Conflict. All materials date from the post-war period.

Added: 21 Nov 2005[Updated: 14 Feb 2008]
Mike Cotter Collection (1695) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16950000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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A book 'We Were Soldiers Once... And Young' by Lt. General Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and Joseph Galloway (Flat Signed Press Edition, 2005) and a Photograph of their book signing.

Added: 22 Nov 2005[Updated: 06 Feb 2006]
Mike Cunningham Collection (2686) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26860000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One book, Walking Point: An Infantryman's Untold Story, Mike Cunningham, 1997.

Added: 14 May 2015[Updated: 18 May 2015]
Ernest Chamberlain Collection (2695) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26950000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One book, The 33rd Regiment North Vietnamese Army: Their Story, Ernest Chamberlain, 2014. This is a history of the Regiment from its founding in the mid 1960s to its deployment to the Chinese border in late 1979.

Added: 19 May 2015[Updated: 09 Jun 2015]
Cornelius Carmody Collection (2708) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27080000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One book, White Christmas in April: The Collapse of South Vietnam, 1975, J. Edward Lee and Toby Haynsworth, 1999.

Added: 12 Jun 2015[Updated: 09 Sep 2015]
Jeanne Christie Collection (2678) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26780000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Approximately two linear feet of printed emails, correspondence, slides, photographs, newsletters, museum objects, and newspaper clippings relating primarily to the Donut Dollies, but also to women veterans and the women's memorial, POW/MIAs, Agent Orange, Baby Lift, and PTSD. Given to the archive by Jeanne Christie, who worked as a Donut Dolly and was later involved in advocacy for those issues. Approximately half of this donation is restricted due to privacy.

Added: 18 Sep 2015[Updated: 30 Oct 2015]
Charles N. Coleman Collection (2762) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27620000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of approximately half a linear foot of slides and a document donated to the archive by Charles N. Coleman. The slides were taken by Coleman during his service with the U.S. Army Engineer Construction Agency Vietnam (USECAV) Provisional at Long Binh from June 1, 1969 through August 14, 1970. The slides show daily life in Long Binh, and they also reflect Coleman’s travels to Nha Trang, Qui Nhon, An Khe, Phu Bai, Dong Ha North, and Pleiku.

The collection also includes approximately one linear foot of books and military publications accumulated by Charles Coleman. The publications include Air Power and the Fight for Khe Sanh, Counterinsurgency Operations (FMFM 8-2), and Vietnam 10 Years Later: What Have We Learned? The materials are dated 1973-1990.

Added: 08 Aug 2016[Updated: 12 Jun 2018]
Michael Casey Collection (2370) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23700000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than a quarter of a linear foot of a document and a book donated by Michael Casey. The collection contains The Saigon Warrior by Charles Moonjian, Jr. and Casey's notes on the book.

Added: 08 Sep 2016[Updated: 08 Sep 2016]
J. D. Coleman Collection (2770) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27700000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of approximately 7 linear feet of textual records, photographs, slides, artifacts, books, audio interviews, music records, serials, maps, floppy disks, and posters documenting J. D. Coleman's service in Vietnam as a Public Information Officer with the 1st Calvary Division between 1965 and 1970. It also includes materials collected by Coleman during the course of his research for his books: Incursion: From America's Chokehold on the NVA Lifelines to the Sacking of the Cambodian Sanctuaries; Pleiku: The Dawn of Helicopter Warfare in Vietnam; and Wonju: The Gettysburg of the Korean War.

The collection has been arranged into three series: Projects, Personal Correspondence, and Reference.

Series 1 - Projects
The series consists of textual records used by Coleman in the process of his work on various projects. These include three military history books - Pleiku: The Dawn of Helicopter Warfare in Vietnam (1988), Incursion (1992), and Wonju: The Gettysburg of the Korean War (2000); television documentaries about the 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam; and a novel entitled South Georgia Blues. It also documents assistance Coleman provided to others such as providing material for another's magazine article, helping a veteran with a VA claim, and helping to produce a music record by Bill Ellis.

Items of note include Coleman’s article proposing the establishment of a US Army Branch of Information which he submitted to the Department of the Army (including staff comments on the article and correspondence regarding the article); research materials for Incursion, Coleman’s book on the Cambodian incursion (interview transcripts, interviewee curriculum vita; unit histories of the 1st Battalion, 7th Calvary, the 2nd Battalion, 12th Calvary in Cambodia; source biographies; contact information); notes and correspondence pertaining to the Cambodian incursion research of Keith Nolan; selections of Coleman’s books, including chapter outlines; biographical sketches of sources for Coleman’s books (e.g. Major General Harry Kinnard, Lieutenant General Richard Knowles); a translation of the combat order for the ambush at Plei Me by the NVA 32nd regiment; lists of correspondents in Vietnam (including those who have visited the 1st Cavalry Division); reviews of Coleman’s books, Incursion and Pleiku; hand-drawn map showing northern III Corps and VC positions along Cambodian border; a photocopy of Major Ned Baxter Ennis’ thesis (Charlie Black: the Ernie Pyle of the Vietnam War); a critique of the Pleiku manuscript by St. Martin’s Press with ideas for revision; DINFOS Bibliography of Theses and Reports Related to Military Information Activities (Volume II, June 1972) with marginalia; FM 100-5 Operations (Headquarters, Department of the Army; May 5, 1986) with marginalia; list of correspondents and U.S. Military Information Officers in Vietnam, with contact information (October 25, 1965); list of news media representatives visiting 1st ACD from 1967-1969; transcript from Coleman’s final radio broadcast on KQTE Missoula; Coleman’s concept paper for Secrets of War Episode 22: Hidden in Plain Sight; and a business plan for Coleman's recording company First Team Productions.

Series 2 - Personal Correspondence
The series consists of personal correspondence that Coleman wrote to his wife (Madeline Coleman) and his mother, as well as some letters he received from his children (Darrell, Shelly, Roger, Kathy, Michele) while in Vietnam. The series also includes miscellaneous letters from various friends and family members, as well as some documents pertaining to Coleman's family history.

Series 3 - Reference
The series consists of Coleman's reference records in the areas of his military service, his education, and his career. It also includes personal mementos, awards, and artwork.

Items of note include Coleman’s 201 File (e.g. DD Form 96; DD Form 1172; DD Form 214); memos regarding Coleman’s promotion to a Reserve Commissioned Officer of the Army; Coleman’s call to active duty; Coleman’s record of assignments; Coleman’s enlistment forms; memos regarding Coleman’s application and acceptance into the Information Officer program; Coleman’s preliminary examination for the designation of candidates for the United States Military Academy; Coleman’s evaluation reports; certificates (The Legion of Merit (First Oak Leaf Cluster), 1972; The Legion of Merit, 1970; The Air Medal, 1966; The Legion of Merit (Second Oak Leaf Cluster), 1979; US army retirement certificate, 1979; certificate of appreciation to Madeline Coleman on her husband’s US army retirement; Presidential Unit Citation (Army) for Extraordinary Heroism); Coleman's high school transcript; military appointment and promotion documents (including Coleman's letter of appointment to the rank of Master Sergeant); certificate of achievement awarded to Madeline Coleman for her service as Volunteer Supervisor at the Fort McPherson Office of Army Community Service; Coleman’s Officer Evaluation Reports (July 1963 - June 1979); a photocopy of a scrapbook compiled by Dave Wolfe entitled One Year in Vietnam (featuring images of Coleman); and Coleman’s university transcripts.

Added: 14 Oct 2016[Updated: 04 Jun 2019]
Paul A. Curs Collection (2787) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27870000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Added: 20 Oct 2016[Updated: 20 Oct 2016]