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Mike Askew Collection (2962) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29620000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

The collection consists of one copy of Rotor Wash: An Air Cav Crew Chief in Vietnam by Mike Askew. The manuscript is undated.

Collection: Mike Askew Collection

Added: 18 Apr 2018[Updated: 18 Apr 2018]
Charles Adams Collection (2455) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24550000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Twenty five isssues of 'The Catalyst' donated to the Vietnam Archive by Charles Adams. 'The Catalyst' was an underground newspaper printed by Texas Tech Students to support the local liberal/radical scene. The newspaper covered issues such as the war in Vietnam, student protests, racism and civil rights, women's rights, homosexuality and the governance and faculty of Texas Tech University. The paper also featured political cartoons, movie and music reviews and local editorials and advertisements. Issues available are dated 1969 to 1971.

Added: 06 Dec 2011[Updated: 06 Dec 2011]
Jim Armstrong Collection (2439) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24390000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

One hundred and seven slides depict Jim Armstrong's military service in Vietnam at An Khe in 1967.

Added: 03 Jan 2012[Updated: 03 Jan 2012]
Andrew Antippas Collection (2428) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24280000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than half a linear foot of documents primarily concerning the overthrow of Norodom Sihanouk in Cambodia in 1970 and the establishment of the Khmer Republic by Lon Nol. Also included in the collection are Department of State Airgrams and Telegrams describing the relations between the North Vietnamese and the Khmer Rouge in the early 1970s. Finally, there is also a copy of Colonel Millard A. Peck's letter of resignation from being Chief of the Special Office for Prisoners of War and Missing in Action (POW-MIA) in 1991 and an article from 'Soldier of Fortune' concerning the matter.

Added: 10 Oct 2013[Updated: 20 Nov 2013]
Michael A. Earnest Collection (2401) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24010000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately half a linear foot of letters written by Michael A. Earnest to members of his family, particularly his mother, during his service in the United States Air Force, 1963-1965. This includes his tour of duty in Vietnam, 1965-1966.

Added: 07 Nov 2013[Updated: 17 Jun 2015]
Dale W. Andrade Collection (2499) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24990000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately 21 linear feet of military documents, journal articles, news clippings, interview transcripts, correspondence, photographs, maps, and audio records used by Dale Andrade to research his books 'Spies and Commandos: How America Lost the Secret War in North Vietnam', 'America's Last Vietnam Battle: Halting Hanoi's 1972 Easter Offensive' and 'Ashes to Ashes: The Phoenix Program and the Vietnam War'. These materials cover four main subjects: MACV-SOG operations, the 1972 Easter Offensive, the Phoenix program and NAVY special operations like the Seal Team, Underwater Demolition Teams (UTDs), and frogmen. Materials of note are MACV-SOG command histories 1964 - 1970, end of tour and monthly reports for various advisory teams, transcripts of interviews with battle participants from the 1972 Easter Offensive, After Action Reports for numerous battles, materials on the history of the Navy SEALS dating back to World War II, and training materials, reports and analysis of the Phoenix Program.

Added: 04 Apr 2014[Updated: 20 Feb 2018]
Rona Adams Collection (2444) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24440000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Two pairs of U.S. Army combat boots issued to Rona Adams during basic training in 1967 and one operating room supervisor desk sign for her service in the 8th Field Hospital, 1967.

Collection: Rona Adams Collection

Added: 10 Dec 2014[Updated: 10 Dec 2014]
Bill Abbott Collection (1424) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14240000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of a paper copy and a digital copy of an article titled 'Names on the Wall' by Bill Abbott was published in the June 1993 edition of Vietnam Magazine. The digital copy is on a 3.5' floppy disk. Both editions are in good condition.

Added: 13 Sep 2004[Updated: 20 Dec 2006]
Philip M. Ackerman Collection (1505) Finding Aid
Item Number: 15050000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Photographs, negatives, slides, brochures, newsletters, newsclippings, menus and artifacts that document Philip Ackerman's life and career, particularly his tour of duty in Vietnam from 1968-1969 and in Thailand from 1973-1974.

Added: 01 Feb 2005[Updated: 03 Apr 2014]
Floyd Alexander Collection (1463) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14630000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Military papers, photocopied articles, artifacts, photographs and 8mm film document Floyd Alexander's tour of duty in Vietnam as a radio telephone operator (RTO) with the 101st Airborne Division at Firebase Ripcord from 1970-1971.

Added: 01 Nov 2004[Updated: 08 Feb 2018]
Air America Association Collection (548) Finding Aid
Item Number: 5480000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Central Intelligence Agency Unit Citation, personal citations, newsletters, Articles of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation Air America Association, and Presentation of the Insignia of Knights of the Legion of Honor to Seven CAT pilots at Dien Bien Phu document the activities of the Air America Association.

Added: 20 Feb 2002[Updated: 01 Mar 2012]
Joe Adamo Collection (494) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4940000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Videotape discussing the 9th Medical Laboratory in Vietnam, 1968-1969 donated to the Vietnam Archive by Joe Adamo.

Added: 25 Feb 2002[Updated: 11 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Articles (634) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6340000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This sub-series is 1.5 linear feet and is comprised of articles about Agent Orange. The articles come from a variety of sources including newspapers, journals, and periodicals. The majority of the articles are from the 1980s and the 1990s. Some of the articles date back to the 1970s and the 1980s.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 12 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Cases (611) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6110000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This sub-series is approximately 1.5 linear feet and contains information about court cases and the effects of Agent Orange. Also included are numerous journal articles and correspondence to and from Admiral Zumwalt related to the cases. The information ranges from the 1970s through the 1990s.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 18 May 2007]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Coordinating Committee (612) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6120000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This sub-series contains the records of the Agent Orange Coordinating Committee (AOCC). The AOCC was comprised of representatives of various Veterans’ Organizations, under the leadership of Admiral Zumwalt. Its purpose was to coordinate efforts in raising public awareness regarding the Agent Orange issue, to facilitate political lobbying efforts, to divest the National Academy of Science review committee of those members felt to have a conflict of interest, to support scientific research and assist in the dissemination of information regarding research into the effects of AO on Veterans and, later, the Vietnamese people, and to prevent unnecessary duplication of efforts toward this issue. The AOCC acted as a clearing-house for private-sector efforts to assemble information, such as the Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Health Survey. The committee was also involved in preparing several amicus curiae briefs for important court challenges. The materials in this sub-series include minutes from AOCC meetings and articles from various newspapers and member organization newsletters. The majority of the collection is correspondence from the 1980s and 1990s.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 12 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Correspondence (613) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6130000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This sub-series is about 1 linear foot and is comprised of correspondence about the issue of Agent Orange not related to the other sub-series within the Agent Orange series. The correspondence is generally to and from Admiral Zumwalt. Much of the correspondence involves United Stated Government officials and medical personnel. There are also associated articles with some of the correspondence.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 13 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Hearings (614) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6140000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This sub-series is about 1 linear foot and contains information about United States Congressional hearings. This sub-series is comprised of hearing transcripts, articles, and correspondence. The hearings discuss the risk of dioxin. The Congressional Committees found in this sub-series are the House Science Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, Committee on Government Operations, and various subcommittees.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 13 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Publications (615) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6150000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This sub-series contains approximately 3.5 linear feet of paper material. This series is comprised of articles from periodicals, newspapers, and journals, reports by various entities, position papers, conference and symposia materials, postal messages from combat development (during the Vietnam War), manuscripts, press releases, and some related correspondence.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 13 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Studies II (616) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6160000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

The size of this sub-series is approximately 2 linear feet. This sub-series contains published studies about the varying effects of Agent Orange and the difference of opinion surrounding this controversial issue. The studies vary in size from full-length reports to article length discussions. The reports are produced from many sources, such as the Institute of Medicine (IOM), American Medical Association, National Institute of Environmental Health Studies (NIEHS), The Air Force, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), various universities, and independent studies conducted on Vietnam veterans and Vietnamese. This sub-series also contains related correspondence and bibliographies.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 13 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Studies (617) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6170000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

The size of this sub-series is approximately 5 linear feet. This sub-series contains published studies about the varying effects of Agent Orange and the difference of opinion surrounding this controversial issue. The studies vary in size from full-length reports to article length discussions. The reports are produced from many sources, such as the Institute of Medicine (IOM), American Medical Association, National Institute of Environmental Health Studies (NIEHS), The Air Force, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), various universities, and independent studies conducted on Vietnam veterans and Vietnamese. This sub-series also contains related correspondence and bibliographies.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 18 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Subject Files (618) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6180000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 6 linear feet. This series contains materials about Agent Orange from a wide array of sources, such as the Agent Orange Gray group, Australian Government, Institute of Medicine, conference materials, and The Vietnam Archive. This series also includes bibliographical materials and book reviews. At this time, the materials located in this series have not been associated with other sub-series of Admiral Zumwalt's Agent Orange collection; however, in the near future, some of the materials may be integrated into other sub-series.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 18 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Columns (619) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6190000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Admiral Zumwalt authored and co-authored a large number of columns syndicated in various newspapers. Some were simply under his name; others, written with retired vice-admiral Worth Bagley were marketed as the 'Zumwalt / Bagley Report'. He also shared a weekly column with his son under the title 'The Zumwalts' Report' But Zumwalt/Bagley Reports appeared both before and after the Zumwalts' Report. These opinion-pieces generally focused upon US Foreign Policy and Defense issues as well as NATO analysis and ruminations regarding the USSR (later Russia) and Red China. The Zumwalts' Report also published a series of excerpts from Jim Zumwalt's experiences as a line officer with the USMC during Desert Shield / Desert Storm.

Added: 06 Mar 2002[Updated: 18 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Articles (620) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6200000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

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: 18 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Correspondence (621) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6210000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

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: 25 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Organizations (622) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6220000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 3 linear feet. This series is generally comprised of materials from various member organizations. Organizations in this series include: Alfalfa Club, Red Cross, National Indian Youth Leadership Project, The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, YMCA, Greenpeace, National Rural Center, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Young President's Organization. A majority of material in this series is from the National Marrow Donor Program.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 25 Apr 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Subject Files (623) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6230000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

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: Gulf War (624) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6240000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This single-box series deals primarily with the controversy over 'Gulf War Syndrome' (GWS) and its similarities to the Agent Orange Controversy. There were numerous possible contributors to the pathologies of GWS: possible chemical/biological agents deployed by Saddam Hussein during the conflict, especially organophosphates-based agents, the environmental pollution Hussein created by setting the oil fields ablaze, endemic biological threats from the region, the depleted-Uranium (DU) ordinance used by American forces, and the experimental vaccine against Anthrax with which American forces were inoculated. The experiences of Jim Zumwalt's Marine unit during the war are also treated. Also significant is renewed interest in what came to be referred to as War Syndrome(s) and the Healthy Warrior Effect.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 01 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: General Manuscripts and Publications (625) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6250000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 3 linear feet. This series contains manuscript materials from various authors. The manuscript material materials generally address military and strategic issues. Several folders contain materials about the Zumwalt books My Father, My Son and On Watch. This series also contains some printed publications about the Navy Memorial.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 01 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Oral History Interviews (626) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6260000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 1.5 linear feet of oral history and interview materials. The majority of the oral history and interview transcripts involve Admiral Zumwalt; however, there are several interview transcripts of retired naval personnel. The transcripts are generally from television stations and the United State Naval Institute. Some of the transcripts also have associated correspondence.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 01 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Personal and Family (627) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6270000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 3.5 linear feet of various personal and family materials. Several of the folders contain information about Admiral and Mrs. Zumwalt's 50th wedding anniversary. Throughout the collection there is correspondence between family members, as well as correspondence with friends of the family. This series also contains several folders of information regarding speeches presented Admiral Zumwalt as well as correspondence and documents about Admiral Zumwalt's Naval career.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 01 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Renaissance (628) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6280000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is approximately .5 linear feet. 'The Renaissance Weekend is the only professional gathering of its kind in the United States. Information users and disseminators meet with content providers and distributors in an informal setting. Thought-provoking exchanges revolve around fundamental information industry trends and problems. The viewpoint is far-sighted.'(The previous information was obtained from the Renaissance Weekend web site) /www.scougweb.org/abret00.htm> This series contains attendance lists, programs, invitations, confirmation and registration forms, and related correspondence.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Research Publications (629) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6290000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series contains many health studies about the effects of herbicides. These studies have been prepared by the United States Air Force, Veteran's Administration, United States General Accounting Office, Department of Defense, Environmental Protection agency, and numerous other institutions and individuals.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Ships Rosters (630) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6300000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is a collection of personnel rosters for the III Marine Amphibious Force from October 1967 - May 1971.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Texas Tech University (631) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6310000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 2 linear feet. The majority of the collection is correspondence between Admiral Zumwalt and faculty and staff at Texas Tech University. Much of the material is associated with The Vietnam Archive and the Biological Warfare. Also, there are some materials about Admiral Zumwalt's Honorary Degree from Texas Tech.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: United States Navy (632) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6320000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is 5 linear feet and contains documents, correspondence, articles, and other various paper materials. These materials trace Admiral Zumwalt's naval career, information about various ships, and testimonial transcripts about Pearl Harbor.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Vietnam Veterans Organizations (633) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6330000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This series is approximately 2 linear feet. The majority of this series is correspondence between Admiral Zumwalt and Vietnam veteran organizations. Some of the organizations are the Vietnam Veteran's Institute, Americans for Vietnam Veterans, American Legion, national Veteran's Legal Services, Swift Boat Sailors Association, Mobile Riverine Forces Association, National Veterans Services Fund, Inc., National Vietnam Veterans Coalition, and Vietnam Veterans of America. This series also includes article clippings and some newsletters.

Added: 08 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Don Abbe Collection (463) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4630000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Anti-War posters include the following: "New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, March 16-22; 'LBJ sitting on top of the world'; and 'LBJ in a VW Bug (The Rise and Fall of the Fourth Reich).'

Collection: Don Abbe Collection

Added: 19 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
John Anthony Collection (1173) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11730000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

This collection contains a journal describing Air America accidents, including details such as locations and types of aircraft involved. Journal is dated 1965 - 1971. Also present in the collection are several undated photographs of Air America activities and bases.

Added: 23 Jun 2003[Updated: 05 Apr 2011]
Future Akins Collection (1272) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12720000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Military records and administrative documents, flight records, award certificates, drawings, photographs, and other items document the Career of Dudley S. Akins's career in the United States Army Air Corps and Air Force. Military administrative documents include U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Group documents, U.S. Air Force Special orders, personnel records, and individual flight records, created during the 1940s and 1950s. The photographs in the collection, taken by Akins while serving in Europe, document World War II and the Holocaust. Akins also collected magazine articles, newspaper clippings, and photographs related to the entertainment career of his sister, Future Akins, in the 1950s and 1960s.

Added: 11 Feb 2004[Updated: 17 Jun 2015]
Charles Anderson Collection (1338) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13380000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Correspondence, certificates, pamphlets, newspapers, original and photocopied articles, original artwork, books, newsletters, periodicals, maps, artifacts, slides, and photographs document Charles Anderson's service with the US Marine Corps in Vietnam and his subsequent career with the Center for Military History.

Added: 12 May 2004[Updated: 20 Oct 2017]
Americal Division Veterans Association Collection (1387) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13870000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Approximately eight and a half linear feet of documents, programs, newsletters, audio, periodicals, books, artifacts, photographs, and memorabilia document the actions and reunions of the Americal Division Veterans Association. Materials included date from the 2004 Reno, Nevada reunion and the 2006 Portland, Oregon reunion. The bulk of the collection was donated by Leonid Kondratiuk. Donor Dr. Richard Burkes Verrone attended reunions on behalf of the Vietnam Center and Archive and included his nametag for the 2004 reunion and various other memorabilia.

Collection also includes a four disk DVD set consisting of a journal, audio clips, and documents that were presented at the Americal Division Albuquerque, New Mexico Reunion. It also includes a commemorative DVD honoring Retired Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Kettles (2 disc set).

Added: 26 Jul 2004[Updated: 17 Feb 2017]
Gregory L. Adams Collection (1389) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13890000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

32 reels of 16mm film and Super 8mm film taken by Gregory Adams during his service with DASPO. Most of the 10 reels of 16mm film come from the Fort Monmouth Motion Picture School in New Jersey. The remainder of the film is Super 8 that was taken in Hawaii, Japan, Korea, and Micronesia. Caption sheets, which contain information regarding content, accompany individual reels of film.

Added: 27 Jul 2004[Updated: 28 Jul 2004]
Chuck Abbott Collection (1390) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13900000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Film; photographs; rolls of unexposed still negative and 16mm motion pictures film; motion picture film scripts; captions, and critiques; a news article; travel and pay vouchers; travel orders; and additional military administrative papers document Chuck Abbott's service in the United States Army, 1966-1969, particularly with the Department of the Army Special Photographic Office (DASPO), 1967-1969.

Added: 02 Aug 2004[Updated: 04 Dec 2009]
John A. Adams Collection (1545) Finding Aid
Item Number: 15450000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Book The Noise Never Dies: Tan Son Nhut, 1970-1971 by Lt. Col. John A. Adams, USAF (Retired).

Added: 06 Apr 2005[Updated: 05 Dec 2005]
Anonymous Collection (1720) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17200000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Sixteen millimeter film, 'Laos: Outpost in Peril' (circa 1961)

Collection: Anonymous Collection

Added: 06 Jan 2006[Updated: 18 May 2006]
Army Otter Caribou Association Collection (1719) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17190000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

November 2005 issue of LOGBOOK, the official publication of the Army Otter Caribou Association.

Added: 10 Jan 2006[Updated: 10 Jan 2006]
John Luther Adams Collection (1682) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16820000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Photographs, correspondence, military administrative documents, newspaper clippings, maps, guidebooks, periodicals, service medals, a diary, and yearbooks document John Luther Adams' service in the United States Army from November 1969 to May 1972, particularly his service in Vietnam from November 1970 to November 1971 when he was assigned to the Army's Special Service Library Branch in Saigon and then Long Binh.

Added: 23 Jan 2006[Updated: 14 Feb 2006]
James L. Aubuchon Collection (1748) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17480000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

The James Aubuchon Collection is comprised of thirty-five stamps from North Vietnam contained in a thick folder.

Added: 29 Mar 2006[Updated: 29 Mar 2006]
Andreas Achteresch Collection (1845) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18450000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of documents comprised of a thesis written by Andreas Achteresch titled American News on the Vietnam War and Their Impact on the American Public Opinion. This thesis examines the role of the American Media on Public Opinion during the Vietnam War.

Added: 10 Aug 2006[Updated: 10 Aug 2006]
John Atwood Collection (1842) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18420000000   (Click To View)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of USS Joseph Strauss documents and cruisebooks from 1972 and 1973.

Added: 23 Aug 2006[Updated: 11 Oct 2006]