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.