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Karen Iris Bogen Collection (458) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4580000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Various manuscript copies of Karen Iris Bogen's one-act play titled National Security and an untitled manuscript discussing subjects including life in Vietnam during the war and the marrying of a Vietnamese to an American soldier donated to the Vietnam Archive by Bogen.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 10 Apr 2017]
Ban Tong Ket Collection (478) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4780000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection consists of a photocopy of a manuscript that was a presentation piece given to General Giap.

Added: 09 Jan 2002[Updated: 29 Aug 2002]
Jeffrey W. Bass Collection (1548) Finding Aid
Item Number: 15480000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD-ROM contains photographs of Jeffrey Bass's painting 'Earthquake's Final Flight' and an internet article from the Pensacola News Journal describes the story behind Bass's painting. The painting, which is on display at the CIA Museum in McLean, Virginia, depicts the C-119 Flying Boxcar flown by Civil Air Transport (CAT) pilots Wallace Buford and James 'Earthquake McGoon' McGovern as it was shot down by the Viet Minh. Buford and Wallace were killed as a result while they were attempting to resupply the French forces who were under siege at Dien Bien Phu.

Added: 13 Apr 2005[Updated: 13 Feb 2006]
Robert M. Bayless Collection (505) Finding Aid
Item Number: 5050000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Book written by Robert Bayless titled Vietnam: War Was Never an Option and a manuscript written by Bayless titled ^D'The Advisors in Vietnam Who Served: Before the Thousands Died^D>' document Bayless' role as a military advisor in Vietnam.

Added: 06 Feb 2002[Updated: 20 Jul 2006]
John Banicki Collection (1021) Finding Aid
Item Number: 10210000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD ROM containng digital files of Daily Logs (1971 - 1972); B Company roster; and operations reports (1971).

Added: 18 Sep 2002[Updated: 29 Jan 2008]
B Troop, 2/17th Cavalry Association Collection (011) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0110000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Two linear feet of association documents, museum artifacts from reunions, a CD-Rom of a newsletter, issues of the Banshee Gazette 1997-2007, and four films document the service of B Troop, 2/17th Cavalry and its association's actions. All materials from the collection date from the post-war era. Notable materials are the raw footage of the association's return trip to Vietnam in the 1990s.

Added: 02 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
Shirley Babiak Collection (012) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0120000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One folder of poems written by Shirley Babiak concern the plight of the Vietnam Veteran. The poems are undated.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
Lee Baker Collection (014) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0140000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately three linear feet of photographs, audio and video interviews, correspondence, US Lady Magazines, and published and unpublished articles depict the lives of Lee and Else Baker while living in Saigon 1963-1965. All materials are primary source materials of this same date range. During this time, Lee Baker was the Information Officer and Military Spokesman for MACV and MACTHAI. The photo albums depict VIP visits, everyday life in Saigon, and the Baker's household including servants and pets. The one video and five audio cassettes contain interviews with the Bakers during their time in Saigon. The articles, published and unpublished, were written by Else Baker and describe life in Saigon. The correspondence is primarily between Else Baker and her mother in Seattle, her friends, and US Lady Magazine concerning the publication of her articles.

Collection: Lee Baker Collection

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 01 Mar 2019]
Danny Barnes Collection (015) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0150000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately two linear feet of documents, comic books, photographs, artifacts, newsletters and periodicals document Danny Barnes' service in Vietnam. The photographs, some documents, artifacts, and the issues of National Geographic are from the Vietnam Conflict era. All other materials are from the 1980s and 1990s. Documents include special orders and a Bronze Medal citation. Issues 1-8 of Marvel Comics' The Nam are an interesting addition to the collection.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
Charles Barrow Collection (017) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0170000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Three folders of documents detail Chuck Barrow's service in the United States Marine Corps with 1st Battalion, 4th Marines and MAG-24, November 1965 - September 1989. All materials are primary sources from this time period and include: Selective Service Registration, training and educational records, original orders and enlistment contracts, and certificates and letters of recognition.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2006]
Charles Bates Collection (018) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0180000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately six linear feet of documents, books, photographs, maps, bumper stickers, audio tape, and periodicals document various aspects of the Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) issue. Charles Bates collected all of the materials, dates of which range from 1970s - 1990s. Notable documents include materials on John Kerrey, a statistics list of POW/MIAs, materials from Presidents Reagan, Bush and Clinton, and portions of the Project CHECO Reports.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
Jerry K. Benfield Collection (020) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0200000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Those Who Gave, and Gave (1995), a book by Jerry K. Benfield, documents Benfield's life and his service in the United States Army for over 21 years. A hard copy of the book and a digital copy on 3.5 inch computer disk are included.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
James Benson Collection (021) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0210000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One folder of photocopied photographs, medical statements, police case reports, correspondence and comic strips document James Benson's service with the 1st Marine Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Marine Division in Vietnam, 1965-1967. Dates of documents range from 1966 through 1996. Document of note is a comic strip from National Lampoon entitled ^D'If World War II Had Been Fought Like the War in Vietnam^D>'.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
Jerry Benson Collection (022) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0220000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately one linear foot of documents detail Jerry Benson's service during the Vietnam Conflict. Primarily correspondence between Benson and his parents from June 1968 through April 1969, military orders and awards, photographs and newspaper clippings from the Houston Chronicle are also included. Dates of the materials range from 1968 to 1998.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 23 Feb 2017]
Roger Borroel Collection (028) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0280000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Three copies of 'With the 'Screaming Eagles' in Vietnam: A Personal Narrative of a Soldier in the 101st Airborne Division, 1968-1969' document Roger Borroel's service with the 101st Airborne Division, 1968-1969.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 27 Feb 2017]
Barry Brown Collection (029) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0290000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Just over two linear feet of photographs, one museum artifact, and various documents detail Barry Brown's service in the United States Army, 1967-1971. All materials are primary source materials from the Vietnam Conflict era and include correspondence, manuscripts, military documents and orders, awards and medal citations, patches, campaign ribbons, and efficiency reports. A notable object in the collection is the 2.75 Folding Fin Rocket museum artifact.

Added: 07 Nov 2001[Updated: 14 Feb 2019]
Fred Leo Brown Collection (030) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0300000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot of books, a VHS tape, and documents detail Fed Leo Brown's service with Americal Division, 198th 1/6 Light Infantry Battalion, 1967-1968. Most of the collection dates from the war era, though copies of Mr. Brown's books were republished in the 1990s.

Added: 05 Dec 2001[Updated: 27 Feb 2017]
J. Thomas Burch Collection (034) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0340000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The J. Thomas Burch Papers consist of one linear foot of material which centers on Burch's tour of duty in Vietnam as a Captain in the U.S. Army's Special Forces, most of which is correspondence. Two folders contain a photocopy of Burch's diary, which is a handwritten daily account of the author's experiences from July 1967 to December 1968 as a Judge Advocate (JA) in the 5th Special Forces Group's Judge Advocate office in Nha Trang, South Vietnam. A third folder contains copies of Burch's 'Legal Activities Reports' from the period of 2 March 1968 to 17 November 1968.

Burch's diary gives an account of both his on-duty activities and his leisure time. Burch's assignment as an advisor to South Vietnamese officers and civilian officials led to extensive interaction with the South Vietnamese. His duties often involved aiding the South Vietnamese in the development of their own military legal system and prison reform. His diary often describes these work experiences. Relationships with other Army personnel are also frequent topics. Some information is included on prisoners of war, in this case Viet Cong and North Vietnamese, who were imprisoned by the South Vietnamese, and concerns over their treatment. His work involved some travel in South Vietnam, and Burch describes visits to Da Nang, Hue and Ton Son Nhut among other places.

Burch also participated in combat operations with Special Forces units. His experiences on these 'ambush patrols' are described in the diary. Some had nothing to do with combat, such as his initiation into a Montagnard tribe. Burch attended paratrooper training in Vietnam and this experience is documented in the diary. Burch also gives the reader his perspective of the Tet offensive as he was at Nha Trang when it was attacked.

A significant part of the diary is of a personal nature and deals with Burch's relationships with family and friends and his feelings concerning politics, including his assessment of anti-war protestors. Recreational activities revolve principally around Burch's extensive travels. During his tour in Vietnam Burch traveled to many other places, including Singapore, the Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong, and Australia. These travels are described in the diary. Burch even traveled to Europe and the U.S. during this time, events which were also written up in the diary.

The Legal Activities reports are weekly, typewritten reports to the headquarters of the U.S. Military Assistance Command (MACV) and highlight Burch's work activities. These reports include details on relations between Americans and South Vietnamese and information on the South Vietnamese legal system in an official vein. Testimonies of enemy soldiers, which describe what led them to take up arms against the Americans and South Vietnamese government, are also included.

After the information on POW camps in North Vietnam, there is a paper on 'Resumption of the Bombing of North Vietnam: Pros and Cons' from March 20, 1969. There is also a report on the accounts of two Hanoi artists who defected in April 1969, and a Psyops Policy Paper from December 18, 1968.

Added: 05 Dec 2001[Updated: 29 Jun 2017]
Britt Small Collection (272) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2720000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot of brochures document the Britt Small and Festival, a music festival that travels around the United States.

Added: 05 Jan 2002[Updated: 31 May 2006]
Burch Collection (162) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1620000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection contains the records of the National Vietnam Veterans Coalition (NVVC), a Washington, D.C.-based organization involved in advancing the causes of Vietnam veterans at the national level. The NVVC, founded in 1984, had 78 member organizations in the early 1990s which represented 325,000 individuals. Although most of the documents cover the period 1984 - 1995, there are many documents dated earlier, the oldest being 1945. As the NVVC is a coalition of numerous single-issue or regionally-identified organizations, it has of necessity adopted eight broad goals that the member organizations can rally behind. The goals are: the return of all POWs and the full accountability for all MIAs, maximum relief for Agent Orange victims, the appointment of Vietnam veterans to government policymaking positions, the attainment of meaningful job programs for Vietnam veterans, political support for Vietnam vets from the national political parties, to institute judicial review for Veterans Administration decisions, to enhance public recognition of the service of Vietnam veterans and to ensure priority is given to Vietnam veterans for government loans and contracts. This collection provides documentary evidence of not only the NVVC’s work in pursuit of these goals but an insider’s view of the issues themselves. The collection contains in excess of one hundred files of correspondence categorized as POW/MIA, Agent Orange or Coalition correspondence. Twelve files in the collection are specifically marked William T. Bennett. They contain a good deal of correspondence mixed in with other documents which cover the gamut of Vietnam veteran issues.

The collection has, by far, more documents devoted to the POW/MIA controversy than any other single issue. There are 155 files that contain correspondence and news items specifically related to this issue. A large number of other files document specific aspects of this cause, such as those on the Perot Commission, covert rescue attempts, Soviet/U.S. cooperation in locating POWs and MIAs in Vietnam and Afghanistan, and records of congressional hearings. There are also numerous files on individual organizations affiliated with the NVVC whose own efforts on behalf of POW/MIAs are documented. Agent Orange is another important political issue that is extensively documented in the collection.

The Vietnam War and its aftermath has had a tremendous psychological influence on veterans and Americans in general. The NVVC collection is especially valuable as a resource to investigate this phenomenon. It gives “real-life” documentation of the “psychological impact” of the war through correspondence with veterans, government studies and veterans organizations whose sole purpose is helping veterans afflicted with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other psychological disorders. Especially noteworthy are the records, of the North(west) Cascade Vietnam Veterans Rap Group which provide extensive documentation of Vietnam veterans’ readjustment difficulties. On the other hand the collection contains significant material which indicates that many veterans had little difficulty adjusting to civilian life. For many of these veterans their efforts are directed at dispelling the negative image that swirls around Vietnam veterans and the war itself. From the struggle to keep President Reagan true to his commitment to account for all the POW/MIAs (his “highest priority”), to efforts to prevent President Clinton from reestablishing diplomatic relations with Vietnam, the NVVC did business at the highest levels of government. The NVVC’s efforts with national politicians are contained in this collection and are represented by personal letters, congressional testimonies, official government publications, and political endorsements.

In the course of its work the NVVC received or created videos and audio-cassettes. These included interviews with coalition leaders, speeches, and awards ceremonies as well as commercially and privately produced video/audiotapes on veteran experiences, health issues and public events. These have been removed from the collection and placed with the sound and video/film collections in the Archive. Separate lists of each are attached to this finding aid. The old filing system is retained with the parenthesis in order for scholars who have used the collection to retrace their research. The Archivists can provide assistance with such work. The NVVC periodically sends material for addition to the collection and therefore the organization is "open" and designed to facilitate expansion. The new divisions within the NVVC are:

Administrative Files - These files deal with the NVVC administration, including finances, board meetings, organizational events and general administrative material.

Campaign Files - The NVVC's active role the campaigns of 1984, 1988, and 1992 are documented in this series.

Congressional Files - The NVVC also lobbies each incoming administration for the placement of Vietnam veterans in policymaking positions. These files chronicle that effort.

Individual Files - These files consist of material related to individuals with associations to the NVVC or J. Thomas Burch.

Agent Orange Files - The Agent Orange issue follows a close second to the POW/MIA issue in importance and is one the NVVC has had considerable success. The efforts of the NVVC on behalf of Agent Orange victims was rewarded in both 1986 and 1996 when the government agreed to make monetary compensation to veterans victimized by Agent Orange. These files document the role of J. Thomas Burch and the NVVE on the Agent Orange question.

Prisoner-of-War/Missing-in-Action Files - The NVVC’s most significant issue and the one that has drawn the most public attention is that of the POW/MIAs. Rallies, news conferences and extensive lobbying efforts have kept this issue in the public eye. One significant result of these
activities was the passage of legislation that declassified POW/MIA documents.

Subject Files - These files represent the general files of J. Thomas Burch and his material from the NVVC. There is some overlap with the Agent Orange and POW/MIA issues.

Veterans Organization Files - This collection contains files on the numerous local, regional and national level Vietnam veterans organizations. These groups run the gamut in size and influence from the tremendously powerful American Legion to small local groups such as the Massac County Vietnam Vets Association. Likewise, the contents of the files of these groups vary. Many have only the initial correspondence between the NVVC and themselves. Other groups have several files containing their documents. Many of the veterans organizations produced newsletters, which are a good source for information on the groups’ character and the issues on which they focused.

Gulf War Files - These files were added to the collection in July 2000 as the organization began to collection information on Gulf War veterans. The material examines Gulf War syndrome.

Original Collection Processed by Fred Allison (August 1996)

Additional Material and Reorganization (July 1998, February 1999, July 2000)

Finding Aid by Ron Frankum

Processed by Ron Frankum - Isaac Dowlen - Chris Heinemeier - Leif

Added: 07 Jan 2002[Updated: 10 Apr 2017]
Bac Phan Hanh Chinh [Table of Contents] (013) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0130000000   (Click For More Item Information)

One folder of the table of contents of the journal Bach Phan Hanh Chinh. The date range of the materials is 1948-1949 and the table of content has the French translation of the various subjects next to it.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 23 Feb 2006]
Bulletin Economique de L'Indochine (031) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0310000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The journal is published by the Haut Commissariate de France en Indochina. Various people write the materials in French on various subjects. Some subjects found in the journal collection include a summary of a specific time period on demographics of population, economy, agricultural statistics, commerce, finance, and social structure of the indigenous people of Viet Nam. The date range is 1950-1952.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 24 Feb 2006]
Bulletin Officiel du Haut-Commissariat de France en Indochine (033) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0330000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This journal contains official records of the government of Viet Nam during the French Colonial Period, 1951-1953. The journal contains announcements, decisions, and military affairs. It also includes announcements of individual promotions within their profession. The journal is written in French.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 10 May 2017]
Bulletin Officiel du Commissariat General de France (032) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0320000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The journal is an official record published by the Commissariat Geùneùral of taxes, and of tariffs that were set for that particular time period. Materials contain a variety of topics on such things as horticulture, finance, and public functions. A list of job advancement, both military and civilian, is noted in certain journals. The table of contents that may be used as a reference to begin research precedes the journal. The collection is written in French. The date range is 1954.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 24 Feb 2006]
Jackson Bosley Collection (026) Finding Aid
Item Number: 0260000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over one linear foot of documents, maps, books, photographs, artifacts and periodicals collected by Jackson Bosley document various aspects of Vietnamese culture, including religion, village life, food and customs. Most materials date from the Vietnam Conflict era. Notable materials include a United States Army produced pocket guide to Vietnam, documents on Vietnamese language and names, a description of the National Coat of Arms, and a large ceramic elephant.

Added: 21 Feb 2002[Updated: 30 Aug 2010]
Anthony G. Borra Collection (519) Finding Aid
Item Number: 5190000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Over 2 linear feet of maps, photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, periodicals, and military artifacts document Anthony G. Borra's service in the United States Air Force from 1962 to 1970, particularly the 22 months he spent in Southeast Asia. Items of note in this collection include a brass vase made from a 105mm shell and a 1992 Air Force health study on herbicides. Anthony Borra wishes to dedicate his donation to the Vietnam Archive in honor and memory of 1 Lt. Leonard R. Purdy, 1 Lt. Barry L. Brown, 1 Lt. Robert W. Burnes, 1 Lt. Anthony F. Cavalli, Capt. William O. Fuller, CMSgt. Stephen Kish, Capt. Michael K. McCuiston, Capt. John A. Quinn, and in honor of the men and women of the United States Air Force for their dedication, for their service, and for their sacrifices.

Added: 22 Feb 2002[Updated: 15 Dec 2010]
Robert F. Beebe Collection (549) Finding Aid
Item Number: 5490000000   (Click For More Item Information)

PTSD claim statement, awards, DD-214s, and photographs document Robert F. Beebe's 21 years of service in the United States Air Force.

Added: 22 Feb 2002[Updated: 11 Dec 2006]
Nguyen Cong Binh Collection (160) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1600000000   (Click For More Item Information)

A copy of Nguyen Cong Binh's paper Su Phat Trien Cua Cong Dong Dan Toc Viet Nam Trong Cuoc Khai Pha Dat Nam Bo (Development of the Vietnamese National Community in the Exploitation of the Southern Land) documents the development of Vietnamese nationalist sentiment in comparison to exploitation of South Vietnam.

Added: 26 Feb 2002[Updated: 13 Mar 2006]
John E. Brady Collection (349) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3490000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot of photographs, plaques, Ranch Hand Association newsletters, newspaper articles, award citation, and Ranch Hand songs document John E. Brady's service in Operation Ranch Hand during the Vietnam Conflict. Much of the material dates from the war period, with a small portion of it dating from the early 2000s.

Added: 18 Mar 2002[Updated: 02 May 2017]
Robert Bohler Collection (643) Finding Aid
Item Number: 6430000000   (Click For More Item Information)

A 1st Air Cavalry Division zippo lighter collected by Robert Bohler during his tour of duty in Vietnam and the donated to the Vietnam Archive.

Added: 19 Mar 2002[Updated: 08 Jan 2007]
Ray Ballew Collection (921) Finding Aid
Item Number: 9210000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than one linear foot of military documents relate to Ray L. Ballew's naval service during the Vietnam War, 1969-1972.

Added: 13 Jan 2003[Updated: 27 Sep 2007]
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: 05 Dec 2018]
William A. Buckingham, Jr. Collection (1149) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11490000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection consists of an article titled, 'Operation Ranch Hand: Herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971' published by Dr. Buckingham at

Added: 06 May 2003[Updated: 20 May 2003]
Terry Bruner Collection (1172) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11720000000   (Click For More Item Information)

This collection consists of an Air America Club yearbook, 1984.

Added: 12 Jun 2003[Updated: 05 Apr 2011]
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]
Jerry R. Brooks Collection (2422) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24220000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Less than half a linear foot of military records document Jerry R. Brooks' service in the United States Army, 1960-1977. Also included in the donation is a graduation photograph from Brooks' Aviation Safety Orientation Course in Sandhoffen, Germany, 5 April 1968 and two patches from the 1st Cavalry Division and the 2nd Battalion, 20th Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division.

Added: 19 Mar 2012[Updated: 29 Aug 2013]
Richard Boyle Collection (2495) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24950000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately a quarter of an inch of photocopies of news stories from The Overseas Weekly - Pacific Edition that were written by the donor Richard Boyle. The materials date from 1969 - 1970 and cover the following subjects: fagging, the revolt of Alpha Company, troop drug usage, Laos, Son My (My Lai), and the special forces camp at Bu Prang.

Added: 06 Jun 2012[Updated: 12 Jun 2012]
Gwen J. Braile Collection (2481) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24810000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately half a linear foot of material related to Minh Quy Hospital donated by Gwen Braile. The collection contains news clippings about the fall of Saigon and the return of some Minh Quy Hospital staff to the United States. There is also a letter and typed journals from Peggy Braile and a letter from George 'Humphrey' Christian. There is a copy of Dr. Pat Smith's Newsletter, August-September 1974, and a copy of an article about nurses at the Minh Quy Hospital. A photograph of the hospital staff and visitors [ca.1971-1972], several photographs of hospital staff and Montagnard patients [taken by Dr. John W. Taylor, ca.1972], and a chess set made by Dr. George Christian while imprisoned in Kontum. The majority of the materials date from 1974 to 1975.

Collection: Gwen J. Braile Collection

Association: Minh Quy Hospital

Added: 11 Jun 2012[Updated: 08 Apr 2016]
Lucile Strausser Collection (2502) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25020000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately half a linear foot of material about Operation Homecoming collected by Lucile Strausser who worked at March Air Force Base with the POWs returning home. The collection includes lists of POW's returning, press releases, news clippings and papers about POWs and their return, transcripts of speeches and statements given by POWs, press handouts with background info on various POWs, photos, maps, and POW bumper stickers.

Added: 10 Jul 2012[Updated: 03 Apr 2014]
Frank Boccia Collection (2503) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25030000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD-ROM containing Frank Boccia's unpublished manuscript titled 'A Year with the Rakkasans'.

Added: 03 Oct 2012[Updated: 11 Dec 2012]
Kelly Bateman Collection (2348) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23480000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately two linear feet of uniforms and patches collected by Kelly Bateman document the activities of Vietnam War era security police and K9 units in Southeast Asia, Korea, the Pacific, CONUS (Continental Unites States), and Alaska.

Added: 31 Aug 2010[Updated: 11 Apr 2016]
Harold E. Bashore Collection (2359) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23590000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Fours issues of 'Leatherneck' Magazine from 1967 and 1969 collected by Harold E. Bashore during his service is the United States Marine Corps.

Added: 15 Oct 2010[Updated: 15 Oct 2010]
341st Training Squadron Collection (2339) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23390000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Approximately seven linear feet of veterinary mortality records on note cards for military working dogs from the Vietnam War era. Most of the cards contain information such as Brand Number, Name, Sex, Place of Origin, Date of Birth, Date of Death, and Cause of Death. All of the records are also on DVD. Cards will be coded according to year of death. Color edges will be to the left hand side of space. Yellow code will designate the 1960s. Blue code will designate the 1970s. Insure no information is covered with coding tag.

Added: 27 Oct 2010[Updated: 22 Nov 2010]
Edward Benavidez Collection (2375) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23750000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD and DVD contains film footage, diaries, and military recrds that document Edward Benavidez's service in Vietnam with the United States Marine Corps with Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, September 1965-September 1966; Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines, September 1966-September 1967; and Mike Company, 3rd Battalion, 27th Marines, February 1968-September 1968. The DVD contains music from AFVN and commentary by Adrian Cronauer.

Added: 16 Dec 2010[Updated: 16 Dec 2010]
Michael D. Benge Collection (2409) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24090000000   (Click For More Item Information)

'The History of the Involvement of the Montagnards of the Central Highlands in the Vietnam War' by Michael D. Benge, 2010.

Added: 18 May 2011[Updated: 08 Apr 2016]
Robert E. Baxter Collection (2448) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24480000000   (Click For More Item Information)

CD-ROM contains two photographs documenting Robert E. Baxter's bombing missions over North Vietnam while he was a B-57 crew chief stationed at Clark AFB, Philippines, 1964.

Added: 08 Dec 2011[Updated: 21 Dec 2011]
John Burns Collection (2469) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24690000000   (Click For More Item Information)

Two books donated by Dr. John Burns. Carrying the Darkness: the Poetry of the Vietnam War edited by W. D. Ehrhart and Beyond Nam Dong by Roger H. C. Donlon (signed by author)

Collection: John Burns Collection

Added: 26 Jan 2012[Updated: 26 Jan 2012]
Frederick R. Blakemore Collection (2968) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29680000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of one bound and inscribed copy of "Vietnam: The Untold Miracle at CAP Echo 4" (Revised Edition) written by Fred Ray Blakemore. This bound manuscript details the experiences and informaton from individuals who participated in Task Force Miracle at the village of Lo Giang as part of the defense of the Da Nang Air Base.

From the cover: "The battle for Combined Action Platoon Echo 4 is virtually unknown in Vietnam War History. The ferocity at Lo Giang and Echo 4 was seldom matched. Operation - Task Force Miracle - February 8, 1968. Stories and information from individuals who were there."

Inscription: To: The Vietnam Archive Special Collections Library ; From: Fred Blakemore, Feb 8th, 2018

Added: 04 May 2018[Updated: 04 Jan 2019]
Marilyn Huepers Baierlipp (2457) Collection
Item Number: 24570000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of approximately one linear foot of artifacts, newspapers, clippings, periodicals, military records, orientation to Vietnam information, Chieu Hoi leaflets, correspondence, posters, a map, and various ephemera documenting Marilyn Huepers Baierlipp's service as a U.S. Army nurse with the 27th Surgical Hospital at Chu Lai from 20 March 1969 to 13 March 1970.

Items of note include a large poster used by a boyfriend of Baierlipp to write her a letter in a series of installments. The installments were written between April 2 and April 6, 1969.

Added: 04 Jun 2018[Updated: 21 Jun 2018]
Cindi Becker-Lemkau Collection (2979) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29790000000   (Click For More Item Information)

The collection consists of five letters sent to Cindi Becker-Lemkau from Specialist 4 Robert J. Kendrick and Jerry Bennett in 1967.

Added: 05 Jun 2018[Updated: 05 Jun 2018]
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