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Social Movements Collection (1451) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14510000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The Social Movements Collection is 128 linear feet of newspapers, newsletters, periodicals, correspondence, pamphlets, fliers, brochures, books and other assorted materials documenting the socio-political environment prevailing in the US in the 1960s and 1970s, and many aspects of American involvement in the Vietnam War including the anti-war and anti-draft movements. The material ranges in dates from 1925 to 2004. The bulk of the material is from the 1960s and 1970s. The Social Movements Collection is divided into four series: Series I - Social Protest Groups (52 linear feet); Series II -Periodicals (13 linear feet); Series III - Newspapers and Newsletters (60 linear feet); and Series IV - Assorted Materials (3 linear feet). Each folder in every series is labeled with abbreviations and numbered. All folders are labeled SM, which indicates the Social Movements Collection. Furthermore, each folder is marked with NN, P, SPG, or AM, indicating Newspapers and Newsletters, Periodicals, Social Protest Groups, or Assorted Material respectively.

Series I
Social Protest Groups (52 Boxes)
The contents of each file include primarily official correspondence, pamphlets, fliers, newsletters, books, and other publications containing information distributed by any particular group. Groups (approximately 3500) include memorial and education foundations; campus organizations (political, religious, social, international students); organizations, institutes, and centers in communities and states across the US (Charlottesville, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco Bay Area, New York) focusing on several topics (Palestine, prisons, race relations, Indochina, war, poverty, economics, politics, international relations, labor, Cuba, education, the Middle East, environment); legal defense committees for various individuals and groups; social issues activist groups (abortion, anti-draft, drugs, economy, environment, equal rights, gays, prisons, racism, war tax, women's rights); religious organizations (Jews, Muslims, Christians, Catholics, Atheists); political groups (Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Anti-communists, Socialists); groups spearheading campaigns for individuals running for different offices (President, Congress); ethnic groups (Arabs, African Americans, Jews); and others. Groups in this series are arranged by name in alphabetical order.

Series II
Periodicals (13 Boxes)
An assortment of periodicals (approximately 1380 volumes) ranging in publication dates from 1925 to the 1980s cover many topics including politics, economics, religion, society, and education in the United States. The bulk of the periodicals come from the mid- to late 1960s and the 1970s. Many periodicals are editorial in nature, while others are news journals. A few periodicals cover news and events from other countries and regions in the world including Cuba, Hungary, Scotland, South Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Periodicals are arranged in alphabetical order according to title, then chronologically.

Series III
Newspapers and Newsletters (60 boxes)
Newspaper and newsletter publications (approximately 11,200) by various groups include unofficial military publications from various US bases throughout the world; community papers from cities across the United States; political activist newspapers (communists, socialists, libertarians, feminists, white supremacists, others); publications from various religious groups (Christians, Muslims, Jews); college and university publications from across the US; Native American tribal group publications; human rights activist / humanitarian publications; and war veterans publications chronicle a wide variety of issues including the Vietnam War; the anti-war movement; race relations in America; feminism; economics; the clash between labor and capital; and a host of other socio-political issues. The dates of the material range from 1941 to 2004. The bulk of the material was published in the mid- to late 1960s through the 1970s. Newspapers and Newsletters are arranged in alphabetical order by title, then chronologically.

Series IV
Assorted Materials (3 boxes)
The Assorted Materials include excerpts and articles from various publications, official correspondence from organizations, books, and pamphlets. The material covers essentially the same range of topics in Series I, II, and III. Specifically, Series IV includes material related to Nixon's impeachment; the Vietnam War; voters' guides; mail order catalogs; course catalogs for various classes; posters; public notices for protests, rallies and marches; and comic book buyers' guides. There is no specific alphabetical or chronological arrangement in this series.

Added: 24 Jun 2005[Updated: 08 May 2017]
Albert J. Geraci Collection (1603) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16030000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD-ROM, two photographs, and a map document Colonel Albert Geraci's career in the United States Army, particularly his service in Vietnam with the United States Army Signal Corps from June 1969 - May 1970.

Added: 01 Jul 2005[Updated: 19 May 2006]
Robert A. Goode Collection (1611) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16110000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Wallet used by Robert A. Goode during his tour of duty at Nakhon Phanom (NKP), Thailand from 1974-1975. 75 photographs taken while Goode was stationed at Nakhon Phanom, Udorn, and Takhli Thailand. Also the Air Force Commendation Medal awarded for Goode's participation in the Mayaguez Mission. A 1972 non-regulation cap camoflage cap from Udorn, Thailand, a United States Air Force jungle fatigue coat. Goode's I.D. tags along with a Buddha charm. Also contains two Air Force patches, a ribbon bar, and a Thai five baht note.

Added: 19 Jul 2005[Updated: 15 Feb 2006]
Art Goddard Collection (1629) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16290000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD-Rom Contains Nine Master Digital Images related to Air America '803' Helicopter Operations in Southeast Asia, 1966-67.

Added: 30 Aug 2005[Updated: 17 Oct 2013]
Ricardo Garza Collection (1654) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16540000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Photocopy of hand-drawn map of the 25th Infantry Division base camp at Cu Chi, Vietnam.

Added: 13 Sep 2005[Updated: 24 Mar 2006]
Reagan Grau Collection (1674) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16740000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One CD contains images from The Moving Wall ceremony at Texas Tech University in March 2005, the North Carolina Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Raleigh, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Korean War Veterans Memorial both in Washington DC from Grau's trip in July 2005. Also included are After Action Reports and Intelligence Bulletins from the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, produced by the 2nd Brigade of the 9th Infantry Division and Task Force 117, the two components of the Mobile Riverine Force.

Added: 01 Nov 2005[Updated: 22 Aug 2006]
Marc Gilbert Collection (2679) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26790000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of approximately 3 linear feet of materials including documents, audio cassette tapes, VHS tapes, books, DVDs, and CDs. The audio cassette tapes are primarily oral histories of the International Voluntary Service in Indochina, which was the basis for the Peace Corps and supplied about 750 agricultural specialists, rural development workers, and educators to Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam from the late 1950s. Also included are audio cassette tapes of a conference at Gettysburg entitled Why the North Won the Vietnam War. The VHS tapes consist of production tapes from Lost Warriors, a documentary film featuring interviews with homeless Vietnam veterans. Also included is a VHS tape of the keynote addresses of a 1992 conference entitled Remembering Tet: 1968: An Interdisciplinary Conference on the War in Vietnam. The featured speakers of the conference were R. W. Apple Jr., Bui Diem, Marilyn Young, and Peter Rollins. The materials are dated 1964-1966, 1979, 1992, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2005-2007.

Added: 12 May 2015[Updated: 13 Dec 2018]
Gloria Glover Gates Collection (2694) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26940000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately less than a quarter of a linear foot of slides, photographs, leaflets dropped over Nha Trang, and a certificate relating to the service of Gloria Glover Gates in the SRAO (Supplement Recreation Activities Overseas also known as Donut Dollies) in 1968 in and around Bearcat and Nha Trang.

Added: 30 Nov 2015[Updated: 05 Apr 2016]
Pat Gray Collection (2756) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27560000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One article donated to the archive by Pat Gray.

Collection: Pat Gray Collection

Added: 24 Feb 2016[Updated: 24 Feb 2016]
Leland Stanford Martin Jr. Collection (2715) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27150000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately two linear feet of artwork, a journal, photographs and slides of the artwork, and two CDs containing family photos and images of the artwork. The artwork was done by Leland (Lee) Stanford Martin, Jr., as was the journal.

Added: 21 Mar 2016[Updated: 27 May 2016]
Clarence Lawrence Collection (2767) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27670000000   (Click For More Item Information)
Added: 19 Aug 2016[Updated: 19 Aug 2016]
Lynn Howard Griffin Collection (2777) Finding Aid
Item Number: 27770000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of less than a quarter of a linear foot of slides donated to the archive by Becky Griffin. The images were taken by her brother Lynn Howard Griffin during his service in Vietnam with the 5th Engineers at Quang Tri. The slides show military equipment and soldiers, the Vietnam countryside, and beach scenes. The images are dated from 1969 to 1971.

Added: 15 Feb 2017[Updated: 20 Feb 2017]
Edwin D. Gunter, Jr. (2843) Finding Aid
Item Number: 28430000000   (Click For More Item Information)
Added: 28 Jun 2017[Updated: 16 Oct 2018]
David F. Gustin Collection (2297) Finding Aid
Item Number: 22970000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately 4.5 linear feet of books and booklets accumulated by David Gustin during his service as an interpreter/translator with the Army Security Agency from 1963-1965 and the Central Intelligence Agency from 1965-1969 in Saigon. Most of the materials cover Vietnamese, English, Russian, and French translations of vocabulary on various topics including intelligence, military units and organizations, literary and esthetics studies, and musicology. One book is a history of Vietnam written in Russian. There are also Vietnamese-French-English dictionaries for idioms and scientific and technological terms put out by both Hanoi and Saigon. Also included in the collection are artifacts and maps of Saigon and Southeast Asia. Also included is a set of photographs that Gustin purchased in Saigon. The materials are dated 1963, 1966-1967, 1969, and 1983.

Added: 26 Apr 2012[Updated: 22 Sep 2017]
Barry G. Grubbs Collection (2498) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24980000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD-ROM containing a unit history for the 254th Medical Detachment (HA) Dustoff. The document also includes lists of unit members, helicopters used on missions, reminiscences and numerous photos of different unit members.

Added: 06 Jun 2012[Updated: 06 Jun 2012]
Paul Garrity Collection (2511) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25110000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One DVD containing the footage from five films shot by Paul Garrity while he served in Vietnam. The films are titled Quan Loi, Cobra 1, Cobra 2, Log Bird, and Get out of this place. They are set to music from the 1960's and 1970's.

Added: 26 Sep 2012[Updated: 18 Dec 2012]
Jim Godfrey Collection (2534) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25340000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Two copies of the book 'U.S. Army Helicopter Names in Vietnam' by John Brennan, 2011.

Added: 19 Oct 2012[Updated: 19 Oct 2012]
Garry Gitzen Collection (2433) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24330000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately half a linear foot of slides and photographs document Garry Gitzen's service in Vietnam with the 665th Transportation Detachment of the 361st Aviation Company, April 1968 - April 1969.

Added: 04 Dec 2012[Updated: 11 Apr 2013]
Earl J. Gorman Collection (2564) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25640000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One copy of Fire Mission: The World of Nam - A Marine's Story by Earl J. Gorman

Added: 17 May 2013[Updated: 17 May 2013]
Joseph J. Gorman Collection (2571) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25710000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One copy of the book 'Meritorious Service' written by Joseph J. Gorman as a memoir of his time as a U.S. Army advisor in the Mekong Delta from 1967 to 1968.

Added: 28 May 2013[Updated: 28 May 2013]
Thomas W. Glickman Collection (2223) Finding Aid
Item Number: 22230000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately half a linear foot of recollections written by Thomas W. Glickman document his Southeast Asia related service with the Joint Chiefs of Staff Message Center and the United States Navy, 1963-1975.

Added: 16 Dec 2010[Updated: 16 Dec 2010]
Jerry S. Gladysz Collection (2350) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23500000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately half a linear foot of military administrative documents, slides, film, and audio taped letters document Jerome S. Gladysz's service in Vietnam with the 229th Aviation Battalion (Assault Helicopter), 1966-1967.

Added: 11 Mar 2011[Updated: 12 Nov 2012]
Gary L. Gordon Collection (2379) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23790000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Photocopy of an article from the 'Lubbock Avalanche-Journal' in 1968 discusses the Marine Corps' evacuation from Khe Sanh and a Lubbock Marine named Gary Gordon who served at the base.

Added: 10 May 2011[Updated: 10 May 2011]
Sammie D. Hoff Collection (2420) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24200000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than a quarter of a linear foot of medical records, dental records, photographs, awards, biographical data, and incident reports document Sammie Hoff's F-4C being shot down over North Vietnam on 30 August 1966 and the subsequent return and identification of his remains in 1989.

Added: 05 Jan 2012[Updated: 23 Jul 2012]
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