Frequently Used Collections of the Vietnam Archive

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Records 1-17 of 17 records
Item Number
0440000000
Record Number
37290
Title
Finding Aid for the William Colby Collection
Collection
William Colby Collection
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D042.3B
Description
The William Colby Collection consists of material collected by Mr. Colby during his tenure in Vietnam as a member of the US embassy and of CORDS (Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support) and after his duty as Director of the CIA. This is a period from approximately 1960 to 1972 that resumes again in the mid-1980s to the early 1990s. The material generally reflects Mr. Colby's responsibilities in Vietnam, American policy and the pacification programs. Therefore, the collection is divided into 7 sections; American Foreign Policy consists of various papers and publications by individuals and companies. The Communists includes FBIS (Foreign Broadcasting Information Service) reports and bound materials concerned with the North Vietnamese and their guerilla allies in South Vietnam. Covert Operations primarily contains articles and papers on the CIA. Insurgency, Counter-Insurgency and the Phoenix program discusses the US suppression of guerilla forces through papers and documents published by government .think tanks.. Pacification, a program with which Mr. Colby was highly involved, consists mainly of government documents and pamphlets as well as drafts of articles written by Mr. Colby. .Vietnamization. is a small section composed of articles, papers and a few government documents. The General files may also prove informative as it includes a wide range of topics from Vietnamese culture to relief programs. In July 1999, the Honorable Sally A. Shelton-Colby donated an additional two boxes of material to the Archive and have been added as Box 6 and 7 to the collection. Biography William Egan Colby served in many different capacities during his service with the US government. In the Second World War Mr. Colby was a member of OSS and after the war remained the CIA.s man in Italy and Sweden. In 1959 he became the CIA Station Chief in Saigon, a post he held until 1962. Colby then became the Chief of the CIA.s Far East Division, but returned to Vietnam in 1968 with the rank of Ambassador. In this position he headed the American pacification program, also known as CORDS. A death in his immediate family forced Mr. Colby.s return to the United States in 1971. In 1973 he was appointed Director of Central Intelligence, where he remained until 1976. Those interested in learning more about Mr. Colby should consult his books, Honorable Men and Lost Victory. An avid and active supporter of Vietnam studies, Mr. Colby donated this collection in the formative years of the Vietnam Archive. In early 1997, Mrs. Shelton-Colby graciously donated additional photographs to the collection. Finding Aid and Collection Processed by Chris Heinemeier
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, William Colby Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=0440000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
0440000000, William Colby Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 12 Dec 2001[Updated: 24 Jan 2013]

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Item Number
18490000000
Record Number
418712
Title
Finding Aid for the Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association (FVPPA) Collection
Collection
Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association (FVPPA) Collection
Association
Vietnamese American Heritage Foundation
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D161.1A
Scope and Content
The Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association Collection contains 157 linear feet of immigration applications, correspondence, speeches, meeting notes, financial and legal records, printed materials, and other administrative records that document the activities of the Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association (FVPPA), a non-profit organization active from 1977-1999 in campaigning for the release of re-education camp prisoners in Vietnam. The records document not only the activities of the FVPPA, but also the individual stories of 12,000 applicants for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' (UNHCR) Orderly Departure Program (ODP). The collection is arranged in six series: ODP Applications, Office Files, Resettlement Files, Master Lists of Applicants, Restricted/Reserved Files, and Oversized Documents.
Citation
Finding Aid,  1905-2001, bulk 1977-1999, Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association (FVPPA) Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=18490000000>.
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18490000000, Families of Vietnamese Political Prisoners Association (FVPPA) Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 3 Jun 2008[Updated: 21 Nov 2011]

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Item Number
16830000000
Record Number
301725
Title
Finding Aid for the Bud Harton Collection
Collection
Bud Harton Collection
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
Cold Storage Vault
Scope and Content
DVD containing military history research including casualty lists, Operation Reports Lessons Learned, After Action Reports, Unit Histories and other military documents from the Korean War to the War on Terror.
Citation
Finding Aid,  No Date, Bud Harton Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=16830000000>.
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16830000000, Bud Harton Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 5 Dec 2005[Updated: 25 May 2007]

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Item Number
1540000000
Record Number
35026
Title
Finding Aid for the My Lai Collection
Collection
My Lai Collection
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D078.5A
Scope and Content
Just over four linear feet of photographs, legal documents, correspondence, handwritten notes, printed materials, and military records document the My Lai incident (16 March 1968) and the subsequent investigation and trial of the participants of the incident by the Department of Defense in 1969. The materials are dated between 1956 and 1973, with the majority of the documents from 1968 to 1972, and are divided into the following categories: legal documents, correspondence, handwritten notes, printed materials, military records, and photographs.

Included in these documents are witness statements of many of the participants at My Lai, which formed the basis of evidence the U.S. Army used to indict Lieutenant William L. Calley, Jr. and others. Also included are legal documents of the court cases between the United States Government and members of Company C, 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry and Department of the Army documents, which explain the procedures of the trial process in a military court of law during the Vietnam Conflict era.

The My Lai Collection has eighteen photographs taken by United States Army photographer Ronald Haeberle, some of which were subsequently published in Life magazine. Haeberle won a Pulitzer prize for these photographs which document the horrific results of the incident. Most of the pictures are quite graphic in their depiction of violence and should only be viewed by a mature audience. The remaining photographs were taken by Defense Department officials to document the My Lai investigation and other biographical information.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, My Lai Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=1540000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
1540000000, My Lai Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 12 Nov 2001[Updated: 24 Jan 2013]

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Item Number
22580000000
Record Number
502166
Title
Finding Aid for the Douglas Pike Collection: Indochina Archive
Collection
Douglas Pike Collection: Indochina Archive
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D134.1-D138.3; D46.3-D47.7, D51.1-D53.7; D67.1-D67.2, D68.1-D68.2, D69.1-D70.7
Scope and Content
Download the complete finding aid as a 139 page PDF

The Douglas Pike Collection: Indochina Archive consists of 234.15 linear feet of documents; one artifact, a Friend Shipment, Friendship People-to-People, Aid to Vietnam button; and 425 books collected by Professor Douglas Eugene Pike (July 27, 1924-May 13, 2002) who served as the director of University of California, Berkeley's Indochina Studies from 1982-1996. The collection is divided into thirty-one series in the following order: DRV/SRV Foreign Relations, Cambodia, DRV/SRV Economy, Periodicals, DRV/SRV Armed Forces, DRV/SRV Social Movements, DRV/SRV Situationer, Refugees (Particularly Vietnam, Laos, & Cambodia), DRV/SRV Education, DRV/SRV Government/Politics, DRV/SRV Health/Medicine, DRV/SRV Legal, DRV/SRV Communications-Propaganda, Cities (Vietnam), DRV/SRV Ethnic Groups, SRV Law Enforcement, DRV/SRV Ideology, Government Documents, DRV/SRV Anniversaries, DRV/SRV General, China, DRV/SRV Emulation Movements, Vietnam History, International Committee of the Red Cross Interviews with POWs in South Vietnam-Pre 1975, SRV Reeducation, SRV/SRV Human Rights, Personal Papers, DRV/SRV Culture, DRV/SRV Public Welfare, Artifact, and Books.

The 234.15 linear feet of documents primarily consist of newspaper clippings and periodicals, covering political, social, and economical issues of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), a.k.a. North Vietnam, and later the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV), present day Vietnam, from 1929-2001, with the bulk being from the mid 1960s-1980s. The clippings deal with a large variety of topics, ranging from foreign relations, economy, armed forces, legal issues, ethnic groups, refugees, to reeducation. This time period is a very turbulent era in Vietnam's history.

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Citation
Finding Aid,  1929-2001, bulk mid 1960s-1980s, Douglas Pike Collection: Indochina Archive, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=22580000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
22580000000, Douglas Pike Collection: Indochina Archive, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 16 Nov 2011[Updated: 21 Nov 2012]

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Item Number
2120000000
Record Number
40097
Title
Finding Aid for the Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 01 - Assessment and Strategy
Collection
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 01 - Assessment and Strategy
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
Math Stacks 3
Scope and Content
Unit One, Assessment and Strategy is comprised of printed material documenting what military and civilian leaders on all sides saw as their strategy and assessments of their success. The material is more political in nature than military due to Pike's position in Saigon as a Foreign Service Officer(FSO) attached to USAID, during which time much of the material was collected. These materials include "back-channel" reports from Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker to President Lyndon Johnson, State Department bulletins, speeches and news conference transcripts of key U.S. government officials, sections of the Pentagon papers, USIS, USIA, FBIS, and, JUSPAO bulletins. Other primary sources include translations of enemy documents and interrogation reports of VC/NVA prisoners. Translations of North Vietnamese radio reports; and newspaper articles from Northern newspapers are also included. Secondary sources include foreign and domestic periodicals and newspaper accounts. Complimentary records held by the Archive include the Air Force's Contemporary Historical Examination of Current Operations(CHECO) Reports, Records of the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, Records of the United States Marine Corps in Vietnam, U.S. Armed Forces in Vietnam, 1954-1975, and U.S. Naval Forces, Vietnam, Johnson Administration and Pacification in Vietnam, The Kennedy and The Johnson National Security Files, and the Classified Histories of the National Security Council. Unit One consists of thirty-two linear foot of documents. The boxes and folders are arranged chronologically. The material bulks between 1964 and 1975. In each box, the folders are broken down into two categories: General Literature and Clippings. General Literature folders mainly hold the primary documents of that period while the Clippings files mostly contain secondary sources. Almost all of the sources are in English, though there are some French and Vietnamese documents. Overall, the documents are in good or excellent condition with no access restrictions.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 01 - Assessment and Strategy, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=2120000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
2120000000, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 01 - Assessment and Strategy, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 14 Jan 2002[Updated: 18 Mar 2013]

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Item Number
2130000000
Record Number
40099
Title
Finding Aid for the Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 02 - Military Operations
Collection
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 02 - Military Operations
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
Math Stacks 3
Scope and Content
The contents of this unit are reportorial in nature covering the day to day events of the war from the perspective of combat operations. The tone of these materials is to relate what happened on the battlefields of Vietnam with little analysis as to why certain policies were followed or how successfully they were pursued.. Since combat operations are conducted in an arena influenced by political and diplomatic factors, a certain amount of attention has been devoted to these subjects as well. Here again, however, the goal is more to report such events and their relationship to field operations rather than to analyze them. Primarily, the items in this unit consist of US, North and South Vietnamese journalistic, government, and academic reports and studies which offer narratives of battlefield operations. This unit consists of 35 boxes and is broken down in into two parts. The first, Boxes 1-28, contains contemporary accounts of battlefield events. These materials span the years 1945-1975, with the bulk during the 1961-75 time period. They are indexed at the folder level in this finding aid. Boxes 29-35 house retrospective materials covering the same events, published between 1975 and 1994. These retrospective materials are not indexed in this finding aid. According to the system which Douglas Pike set up in the original collection, each year's files are broken into two catagories. The first is General Files and the second is a group of chronological files. The General Files are found at the beginning of the arrangement for the files of each individual year and are labelled as such. Pike's original idea was to put overview documentation's or grand studies of the year's major events in these files. However, these events may well be covered in the chronological files that follow for the time period in question. The difference is that in these later files the material tends to be more, reportorial, fragmented, and journalistic in nature. If one is studying some major event or turning point in the war it behooves the researcher to begin with the general files and work to the chronological. If working on a more minor event or topic, it makes more sense to begin with the chronological files and then turn to the general files for material giving perspective to these events to help the researcher set them within the larger picture of the major events of the war. In describing the Pike Collection, every effort was made to list all significant subjects or materials contained in a file. This was primarily done by thumbing through the folders and making notes as we went. Thus, it may appear to the researcher that subjects have been listed in this finding aid in the order which they appear in the folders. This is not strictly the case. The only accurate statement that can be made about the folder descriptions is that it they reflect the time period listed and subjects given to be contained in the folder. However, just because material on a topic is encountered early in searching the folder, does not mean that there is not similar material at the end. This may be so because the internal arrangement in the folder is chronological, not topical. To help the researcher, there is also a glossary that precedes the section of this guide containing the folder inventories/indexes.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 02 - Military Operations, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=2130000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
2130000000, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 02 - Military Operations, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 14 Jan 2002[Updated: 18 Mar 2013]

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Item Number
2150000000
Record Number
189894
Title
Finding Aid for the Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Antiwar Activities
Collection
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Antiwar Activities
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
Math Stacks 3
Scope and Content
Information on the protest movements in the US and abroad, the NLF/DRV response through the Dich Van programs, relations between the New Left and Hanoi and analysis of the movement by participants. This section contains information on the domestic and international war protest movement. Topics include the New Left (Students for a Democratic Society, the "New Mobe," American Peace Councils, and the Committee on Non-Violent Action) as well as campus protests, teach-ins, peace marches and anti-war demonstrations. Also included are interviews with prominent anti-war figures and accounts of their trips to Hanoi. There is also information on the activities of draft resister and the provision of foreign sanctuaries for deserters. There is material on the North Vietnamese response to anti-war activities and their evaluations (Dich Van or Action Among the Enemy Program). Also included are the anti-war activities of Lord Bertrand Russell and his "War Crimes Trials" held in Stockholm.
Citation
Finding Aid,  No Date, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Antiwar Activities, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=2150000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
2150000000, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - Antiwar Activities, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 6 Jul 2004[Updated: 18 Mar 2013]

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Item Number
2200000000
Record Number
189945
Title
Finding Aid for the Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - POW/MIA Issues
Collection
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - POW/MIA Issues
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
Math Stacks 3
Scope and Content
This contains data from both sides regarding interments, treatment in the camps, repatriation, prisoner testimony, sighting reports, data on the resolution of the MIA issue. This section contains printed material documenting POW's/MIA's during and after the Vietnam Conflict. The main focus is on American POW's/MIA's but North and South Vietnamese prisoners are also covered. The types of sources included follow the trends of the issue. The majority of the General Literature, which includes government documents and official accounts as opposed to Clippings which focuses on the articles produced by the press, written during the time of the Conflict was published by U.S. government agencies. Congressional hearings, committee reports and research requests on the subject of POW's occurred early in the conflict and continued until 1993 when Dr. Pike stopped gathering material for the unit. Few government agencies pursued the POW/MIA matter as consistently and dilligently as Congress. The Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency, and Central Intelligence Agency produced papers on POW's and MIA's and sanitized sighting reports can be found throughout. Except for one major exception, there is very little material from these sources between 1975 to 1980. The Department of Defense published an exhaustive 15 volume study covering personnel, PW camps, gravesites and crashsites in 1978. In the 1980's when the POW/MIA issue again fell under public scrutiny, these agencies released reports and short letters in response to charges made by the press or POW/MIA groups. Much of the material produced by U.S. government agencies consisted of JUPAO, USIS, FBIS,and USIA bulletins attacking the treatment of U.S. POW's. The North Vietnamese countered these claims with their own newspaper and radio reports,which have been transcripted, on the conditions of the POW's . Once the conflict ended the government's information agencies concentrated on other subject and it fell to civilian groups such as the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in South East Asia to focus attention on the POW/MIA issue. They circulated newsletters designed to bring awareness of the POW/MIA issue to the public and pressure Congress to stay involved. Secondary sources, such as domestic newspapers and magazines, cover the major trends of the issue including early releases of prisoners by the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese, conditions of the prisoners, peace talks, Son Tay, Operation Homecoming, the return of Marine PFC Garwood, and reports of living POW's and hoaxes in the 1980's-90's
Citation
Finding Aid,  No Date, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - POW/MIA Issues, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=2200000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
2200000000, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 03 - POW/MIA Issues, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 6 Jul 2004[Updated: 18 Mar 2013]

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Item Number
2310000000
Record Number
40104
Title
Finding Aid for the Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 05 - National Liberation Front
Collection
Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 05 - National Liberation Front
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D012; Math Stacks 3
Description
Unit 5 examines the National Liberation Front and related organizations such as the People's Revolutionary Party, the Provisional Revolutionary Government (PRG), and the Alliance of Democratic Peace Forces. The unit is divided into the following series: General Studies, Organizational History, External (International) Relations, Organization, Dan Van Program, Military Activities, Political Action (Dich Van, Binh Van), Communications And Viet Cong Mystique. Another major series contains approximately 4,000 captured NLF documents (most of which are in Vietnamese.)
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 05 - National Liberation Front, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=2310000000>.
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2310000000, Douglas Pike Collection: Unit 05 - National Liberation Front, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 14 Jan 2002[Updated: 18 Mar 2013]

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Item Number
13640000000
Record Number
188376
Title
Finding Aid for the Frederic Whitehurst Collection
Collection
Frederic Whitehurst Collection
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D060.6F; D060.1E; Cold Storage Vault; Museum Objects
Scope and Content
Photographs of Vietnamese, artifacts captured from North Vietnamese soldiers, the original diaries of Dr. Dang Thuy Tram, CD-ROMs of scanned copies of the diaries and their English translations by Robert Whitehurst and published copies of the diaries in Vietnamese document Dr. Frederic Whitehurst's service in Vietnam with the 5th Battalion, 46th Infantry, 198th Brigade, 23rd Division and the life of Dr. Dang Thuy Tram, a North Vietnamese medical doctor who served in the Duc Pho District of Quang Ngai Province from 1967 to 1970.
Citation
Finding Aid,  No Date, Frederic Whitehurst Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=13640000000>.
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13640000000, Frederic Whitehurst Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 30 Jun 2004[Updated: 18 Nov 2009]

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Item Number
6110000000
Record Number
61501
Title
Finding Aid for the Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Cases
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Cases
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D105.4C
Scope and Content
This sub-series is approximately 1.5 linear feet and contains information about court cases and the effects of Agent Orange. Also included are numerous journal articles and correspondence to and from Admiral Zumwalt related to the cases. The information ranges from the 1970s through the 1990s.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Cases, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=6110000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
6110000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Cases, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 13 Mar 2002[Updated: 25 May 2007]

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Item Number
6120000000
Record Number
61507
Title
Finding Aid for the Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Coordinating Committee
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Coordinating Committee
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D105.6C
Description
This sub-series contains the records of the Agent Orange Coordinating Committee (AOCC). The AOCC was comprised of representatives of various Veterans' Organizations, under the leadership of Admiral Zumwalt. Its purpose was to coordinate efforts in raising public awareness regarding the Agent Orange issue, to facilitate political lobbying efforts, to divest the National Academy of Science review committee of those members felt to have a conflict of interest, to support scientific research and assist in the dissemination of information regarding research into the effects of AO on Veterans and, later, the Vietnamese people, and to prevent unnecessary duplication of efforts toward this issue. The AOCC acted as a clearing-house for private-sector efforts to assemble information, such as the Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Health Survey. The committee was also involved in preparing several amicus curiae briefs for important court challenges. The materials in this sub-series include minutes from AOCC meetings and articles from various newspapers and member organization newsletters. The majority of the collection is correspondence from the 1980s and 1990s.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Coordinating Committee, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=6120000000>.
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6120000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Coordinating Committee, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
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Item Number
6130000000
Record Number
61510
Title
Finding Aid for the Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Correspondence
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Correspondence
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D105.3B
Description
This sub-series is about 1 linear foot and is comprised of correspondence about the issue of Agent Orange not related to the other sub-series within the Agent Orange series. The correspondence is generally to and from Admiral Zumwalt. Much of the correspondence involves United Stated Government officials and medical personnel. There are also associated articles with some of the correspondence.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Correspondence, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=6130000000>.
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6130000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Correspondence, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
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Item Number
6140000000
Record Number
61511
Title
Finding Aid for the Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Hearings
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Hearings
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D105.6A
Description
This sub-series is about 1 linear foot and contains information about United States Congressional hearings. This sub-series is comprised of hearing transcripts, articles, and correspondence. The hearings discuss the risk of dioxin. The Congressional Committees found in this sub-series are the House Science Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, Committee on Government Operations, and various subcommittees.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Hearings, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=6140000000>.
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6140000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Hearings, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
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Item Number
6150000000
Record Number
61513
Title
Finding Aid for the Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Publications
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Publications
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D105.4A
Description
This sub-series contains approximately 3.5 linear feet of paper material. This series is comprised of articles from periodicals, newspapers, and journals, reports by various entities, position papers, conference and symposia materials, postal messages from combat development (during the Vietnam War), manuscripts, press releases, and some related correspondence.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Publications, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=6150000000>.
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6150000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Publications, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 13 Mar 2002[Updated: 25 May 2007]

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Item Number
6180000000
Record Number
61556
Title
Finding Aid for the Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Subject Files
Collection
Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Subject Files
Media Type
Finding Aid
Physical Location
D106.4A
Description
This series is 6 linear feet. This series contains materials about Agent Orange from a wide array of sources, such as the Agent Orange Gray group, Australian Government, Institute of Medicine, conference materials, and The Vietnam Archive. This series also includes bibliographical materials and book reviews. At this time, the materials located in this series have not been associated with other sub-series of Admiral Zumwalt's Agent Orange collection; however, in the near future, some of the materials may be integrated into other sub-series.
Citation
Finding Aid,  Undated, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Subject Files, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 27 Aug. 2014. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=6180000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
6180000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Subject Files, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
 
Added: 13 Mar 2002[Updated: 27 Dec 2012]

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