There are 13.5 linear feet of material in Unit 15. The Cambodian section (10.5 linear feet) contains the most material, followed by the Thailand section (2 linear feet) and the Laos section (1 linear foot). The scope of the Cambodian section is 1947-1993; the Thailand section is 1950-1977; and, Laos section 1967-1981. The material is in good condition though some preservation copies were required for newspaper articles. Unit 15 of the Douglas Pike Collection contains material on Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand during and after the Second Indochina War. The material covers a variety of political, military, economic, social, cultural, and diplomatic topics. The Cambodia material is divided into two sections. The first part is arranged chronologically and designed to provide an overview of the country. The second section is arranged by individual subject. The Thailand section is arranged chronologically while the Laos section is divided into four general subjects: military, political, social, and economic.