Approximately one linear foot of microfilm and paper copies of the microfilm materials detail the Battle for Khe Sanh, 1967-1968, and were collected by Ray Stubbe as he prepared a manuscript on the battle. Included in these reels are transcriptions of interviews for Marine Corps Oral History tapes. Only reels 2-5 and 7-26 are included in the collection. Reel 11 is restricted until January 2000 at Stubbe's request. A guide for reel 6 is included, although the reel itself is not included. Reel 1 and its guide were not included, though Stubbe's notes indicated that it is a copy of the final manuscript he wrote with various indexes to the microfilm collection. Reel 7 does not have a guide. Reel 2 and 4-26 are restricted until 2015. English translation by Sedgwick Tourison of a Vietnamese book entitled: B5-T8 in 48 QXD: The Secret Official History of the North Vietnamese Army at the Siege at Khe Sanh, Vietnam, Spring, 1968. Tourison translated it from Vietnam sources. The collection also includes books on the Battle of Khe Sanh written by Stubbe.