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David Taylor Collection (1182) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11820000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

This collection contains material related to the Americal Division Veterans Association. In the collection there are excerpts from Vietnam Network, the Americal Newsletter; newspaper articles; an Americal Newsletter in its entirity; VHS video Return to Vietnam and a yearbook from an Americal Division Veterans Association Reunion, 2001.

This collection also contains approximately 7 linear feet of textual materials consisting of map situation overlays and daily staff journals for the 5th Battalion, 46th Infantry between April 1968 and May 1971. The materials were used by David Taylor as research material for his book Our War, the History and Sacrifices of an Infantry Battalion in the Vietnam War.

Added: 24 Jun 2003[Updated: 16 Feb 2018]
Frank Tatu Collection (1214) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12140000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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This collection contains 106 issues of the Indochina Issues newsletter. The newsletter is a publication of the Indochina Project.

Collection: Frank Tatu Collection

Added: 17 Sep 2003[Updated: 07 Feb 2006]
Wilbert Turk Collection (1244) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12440000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

Book - Hangar Flying with Grandpa: Flight Adventure Stories for My Grandchildren by William Turk.

Added: 20 Nov 2003[Updated: 20 Nov 2003]
Mary Ruth Thurmond Collection (1256) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12560000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

Several Vietnam related books, a periodical, and a VHS Tape-The Speeches of Richard M. Nixon, 1990.

Added: 11 Dec 2003[Updated: 24 Sep 2009]
Van Quang Truong Collection (1280) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12800000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Five undated photographs document life in the South Vietnamese Navy. The photographs were taken from the book, Vietnam In Flames, published the General Staff of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. Included in the collection are 12 additional undated original and photocopied photographs of the South Vietnamese Navy; A document listing the types of ship in the South Vietnamese Navy from 1975-1976. Photocopies of South Vietnamese Navy emblems. Three examples of South Vietnamese emblems printed on Kodak photo paper; Photocopied article- 'South's Navy Rags,' Vietnam Magazine, February 1994. Other photographs depicting life in the South Vietnamese Navy; photocopied articles, mission orders, and other photographs. A photocopied article from Vietnam Magazine (October 2000): On Patrol with the South. The article documents the tour of duty of Navy Captain John Foster, who served as an advisor to the South Vietnamese Navy Junk Force in 1965 - 1966.

Added: 16 Feb 2004[Updated: 12 Jan 2007]
Tet '68 Association Collection (1282) Finding Aid
Item Number: 12820000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Essays, photographs, artifacts, videos, and published works document the activities of the Tet '68 Association. Tet '68 scholarship recipients between 1988 and 1999 produced the essays. The scholarship recipients are shown in the photographs. Also present in the collection is a book (We Were Soldiers Once... And Young) autographed by Joseph L. Galloway; a bumper sticker about the 1988 reunion; a coin commemorating the Hampton, Virginia, reunion in 2004; a 1972 US half dollar coin and two commemorative drink coasters also regarding the 2004 Hampton reunion; a poster commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Vietnam Women's Memorial sculpture; and a VHS tape with a Tet' 68 slide and music show.

Added: 17 Feb 2004[Updated: 01 Feb 2008]
Carolyn Hisako Tanaka Collection (1304) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13040000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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An unpublished autobiography documents Carolyn Hisako Tanaka's life before, during, and after the Vietnam War. The first couple of pages of her autobiography talk about Tanaka family tree. Chapter 1, 'Life in Guadalupe' begins by talking about Tanaka's Grandfather and his coming to America by way of Guadalupe, Mexico. Chapter 2, 'Internment' examines her family's time in an internment camp during WWII. Chapter 3, 'Edison High and Nursing School' talks about high school and Tanaka's decision to pursue nursing as a vocation. Chapter 4, 'Emergency Room Nursing' discusses Tanaka's experiences as an ER nurse. Chapter 5, 'Travels with Ann' explores Tanaka's decision to move to New York, and her travel experiences with her close friend Ann. Chapter 6, 'Army Nurse Corps' talks about her career as an Army Nurse in Vietnam, Chapter 7, 'Letters from Nam' talks about the letters that she sent back home, while Chapter 8, 'Head Nurse Talks' recollects her position as Head Nurse in Vietnam. Chapter 9, 'Life after Nam' discusses her Life after Vietnam, while Chapter 10, 'Nursing Administration' discusses her career as ER supervisor and other jobs she held in nursing administration after the war. Chapter 11, 'Vietnam Women's Memorial' details her involvement with this organization. Chapter 12, 'Volunteerism' talks her experiences as a volunteer. Chapter 13, 'Miracles Happen' discusses some of the memorable events in her life. Chapter 14, 'Writing Since Vietnam' shows samples of some of Tanaka's writings.

Added: 05 Apr 2004[Updated: 29 Jul 2004]
The Moving Wall Collection (1321) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13210000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Memorabilia and information collected from The Moving Wall at the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in Johnson City, Texas, April 5-11, 2004 and at Texas Tech University, April 1-7, 2005. Memorabilia includes a cap and button received by Dr. Richard Verrone for volunteering at The Moving Wall on April 5-6, 2004. The information packet, which was given to people who visited The Moving Wall, includes a brochure on the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park; information sheets on The Moving Wall, the Vietnam War, and the Vietnam Project at Texas Tech University; event schedule for The Moving Wall at Johnson City, Texas; poem - 'The Unknown Soldier; a photocopied news article, 'Sailor's letter to brother worth heeding,' April 28, 1969; zip disk 'The Writings of Ramon 'Gonzo' Gonzales, and an essay 'Ghost.'

Added: 09 Apr 2004[Updated: 12 Jan 2006]
Bach Tuyet Collection (1366) Finding Aid
Item Number: 13660000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Vietnamese book Nghe Si Bach Tuyet: Cai Luong Chi Bao, written by Bach Tuyet (signed by author)

Collection: Bach Tuyet Collection

Added: 12 Jul 2004[Updated: 12 Jul 2004]
Darwin M. Toler Collection (1433) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14330000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Photographs and a copy of Typhoon that chronicle Darwin M. Toler's tour of duty in Vietnam in 1969 with the 41st Artillery Group at Phu Cat and I Field Force Vietnam Artillery at Nha Trang.

Added: 20 Sep 2004[Updated: 16 Oct 2018]
Stephen W. Tanner Collection (1447) Finding Aid
Item Number: 14470000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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CD-Rom containing Quarterly History Reports of the 510th Tactical Fighter Squadron from 1964-1969.

Added: 06 Oct 2004[Updated: 15 Nov 2004]
Richard F. Coleman Collection (2845) Finding Aid
Item Number: 28450000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

The collection consists of photographs and a DVD documenting Richard Coleman's service as a US Army photojournalist at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. The materials date from 1967 to 1970.

Added: 28 Jun 2017[Updated: 28 Jun 2017]
Ed Tracy Collection
Item Number: 28820000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Collection: Ed Tracy Collection

Added: 17 Aug 2017[Updated: 17 Aug 2017]
Ann L. Cowan Collection
Item Number: 29040000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Added: 28 Sep 2017[Updated: 28 Sep 2017]
Texas Tech University Press Collection (2910) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29100000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of textual records, photographs, and two flash drives of digital materials used in the publication of Uphill Battle by Frank Scotton. The textual records consist of manuscripts for Uphill Battle, which include reference to the previous title Vietnam Acclivity. The flash drives contain born-digital versions of these manuscripts. Also included are two books published by Texas Tech University Press. The materials are dated 1962-1972, 1989 and ca. 2011-2014.

Added: 11 Oct 2017[Updated: 11 Oct 2017]
Bich Van Tran Collection (2911) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29110000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of four copies of The History of Tran Van Family Truoi Branch - 2 copies in English and 2 copies in Vietnamese.

Added: 11 Oct 2017[Updated: 11 Oct 2017]
Do Thong Minh Collection (2915) Finding Aid
Item Number: 29150000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of a series of 16 Vietnamese language books entitled Democracy Road (Con Đường Dân Chủ): Judgement for the Communist Regime and six other Vietnamese language books written by Do Thong Minh. The books cover various topics regarding Vietnamese history and culture.

Added: 02 Nov 2017[Updated: 02 Nov 2017]
Lien Thanh Collection (3015) Finding Aid
Item Number: 30150000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of four books written by Lien Thanh:

Political Upheavel in the Center of Vietnam
The content of the book centers around the An Quang Buddhist sect's rebellion, led by Venerable Thich Tri Quang in collaboration witht the undercover communist organizations in Thua Thien Province and Hue City. At the same time, Venerable Thich Tri Quang also proselytized Infantry Division I, of I Corps - of which the commander was General Nguyen Chanh Thi - to join the movement. The monk's purpose was to occupy the six provinces of Central Vietnam and convert them into an autonomous zone.

The Hue Massacre of 1968
On the eve of the 1968 Tet Offensive, Hanoi herded 10,000 troops to launch a ferocious attack on and occupy Hue for 22 days. During these 22 days, they - in collaboration with their local undercover cells - had killed 5,275 innocent people and taken away another 1,200. The RVN Army in coordination with a division of US Marines had to tenaciously struggle for 22 days straight to recapture the City of Hue.

Venerable Thich Tri Quang: An Idol or a Criminal?
A truthful revelation about Venerable Thich Tri Quang, a person whom American media at times proclaimed to have shakened up the United States of America.

The Intelligence War Between the RVN, the CIA, and Hanoi
This was a war that after 1975 Hanoi proclaimed to have won. Reality, however, revealed that the winner was the intelligence organizations of the First and Second Republics of Vietnam in collaboration and coordination with the CIA of the United States of America.

Collection: Lien Thanh Collection

Added: 30 Oct 2018[Updated: 31 Oct 2018]
Tham Huy Vu Collection (3037) Finding Aid
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The collection consists of books written by Tham Huy Vu.

Added: 01 Feb 2019[Updated: 01 Feb 2019]
Gerard S. Tomczak Collection (3047) Finding Aid
Item Number: 30470000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The collection consists of approximately 1.25 linear feet of materials documenting Captain Gerard Tomczak's service with the 525th Military Intelligence Group, United States Army Vietnam in Gia Dinh Province near Saigon between October 1966 and September 1967. Other subjects include Tomczak's temporary duty assignment with the 191st Military Intelligence Detachment, 1st Cavalry Division at An Khe and a visit to the 196th Light Infantry Brigade Forward Headquarters at Tay Ninh near the Cambodian border. The materials include flyers/pamphlets (including propaganda); periodicals; newsletters; fact sheets; Viet Cong Use of Terror (U.S. Mission in Vietnam study); contact lists; clippings; detainee cards; newspapers; a greeting card; photocopies of maps (e.g. Saigon facilities, Ho Chi Minh City); artifacts; photographs; slides; images; a certificate of honorable service; VC/NVA Employment of Mines & Booby Traps (booklet); Chien Cu (VC/NVA weapons and equipment identification handbook); military orders (e.g. TDY, release from active duty, appointment to court martial); correspondence and letters of appreciation; personal recollections; list of VC tactics; POW handling instructions; memos; reports; award citations; service records; and notes on KIA Captain George Horsman. The materials are dated predominately 1963, 1966-1969, and 1975.

Added: 11 Jun 2019[Updated: 13 Jun 2019]
James Nelson Tull Collection (2300) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23000000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Approximately one and a half linear feet of books, photographs, clippings, periodicals, certificates, correspondence, and a map document James Nelson Tull's career in the Foreign Service including time spent as a Press Officer in Saigon, 1955-1957; a Public Affairs Officer in Vientiane, Laos, 1960-1962; the Head of the United States Information Agency's (USIA) Working Group in Washington, 1962-1965; a Counselor for Public Affairs with the U.S. embassy in Manila, 1965-1967; and working for MACV, 1967-1969.

Added: 06 Sep 2013[Updated: 26 Aug 2016]
Company B, 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division Collection (2609) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26090000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One document donated to the archive by Michael R. Turner. The document is a history of B Company, 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry, 101st Airborne from the assault on Hamburger Hill in 1969 through the action at Firebase Ripcord in 1970. The history includes personal stories and photographs from unit members, as well as maps, and official military records.

Added: 16 Dec 2013[Updated: 20 Mar 2018]
Adm. Jeremy D. Taylor Collection (2381) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23810000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Approximately three linear feet of flight logs, naval administrative documents, certificates, citations, correspondence, diary copies, books, cruisebooks, articles, maps, photographs, postcards, and a patch document Rear Admiral Jeremy Taylor's 36 year career in the United States Navy from 1955-1992, particularly his service as an A-4 Skyhawk pilot with Attack Squadron 113 (Stingers) aboard the USS ENTERPRISE, 1966-1968, where he flew bombing missions over North Vietnam.

Added: 01 May 2014[Updated: 09 May 2019]
Grady C. Myers & Julie Titone Collection (2633) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26330000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One copy of the book Boocoo Dinky Dow: My Short, Crazy Vietnam War donated by Julie Titone. The book was written by Titone and Grady C. Myers, and recounts Myers' experiences during his service in Vietnam; it also features Myers' illustrations.

Added: 01 May 2014[Updated: 01 May 2014]
Doreen Taller Collection (2649) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26490000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than a quarter of a linear feet of documents donated to the archive by Doreen Taller. The documents include letters between Ms. Taller and Sargent Barry Hirshberg who served in Battery C, 1st Battalion, 77th Artillery, 1st Air Cavalry Division in Vietnam from the spring of 1968 through the spring of 1969. Also included in the collection is a questionnaire filled out by Sargent Hirshberg answering questions about his life and experiences in the military.

Added: 07 Nov 2014[Updated: 07 Nov 2014]
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