Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This artificial collection was begun as a catch-all for small single gifts and purchases, and to make them easier for scholars to search them. This assemblage consists primarily of documents, correspondence, photographs, broadsides and artifacts, dealing mostly with United States history.
Photocopies of articles by and about Fred Branfman an American anti-war activist and author of a number of books about the Indochina War who exposed the covert bombing of Laos by the US.
A song sheet with lyrics for "Peace Isn't Treason" by Malvina Reynolds; "Guantanamera" by Jose Marti; "Cruel War" by Peter, Paul and Mary; and a song about Gail Schmidt.
Five South Vietnamese (GVN) propaganda leaflets with accompanying typescript English translations.
"Vietnam and the New Isolationism." A speech delivered by US Senator Thomas J. Dodd of Connecticut in the Senate of the United States, 89th Congress, 1st session.
An artificial collection consisting of ephemera relating to the Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.
Ace of Spades death card; Allied safe-conduct pass; single issues of newsletters and a newspaper; printed flyers; photograph featuring women and children at a Saigon market dressing for New Year's; preliminary prospectus for common stock; and a speech of US Senator Thomas J. Dodd (Connecticut, 89th Congress, 1st session) appearing in a copy of the Congressional Record.