Finding Aid for the Barry & Margaret Zorthian Collection
Barry & Margaret Zorthian Collection
D188.1-5, Cold Storage Vault, Periodical Collection, Museum Artifacts, Map Collection, Oversized Collection; Museum Object Collection; Photograph Collection; Map Collection Section 12 Drawer 7; Library Collection; Newsletter Collection
Scope and Content
Over 20 Linear feet of photographs, audio cassettes, audio reels, video reels, VHS and videocassette tapes, periodicals, books, maps, posters, museum artifacts, oral history transcripts, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, official military records and reports, bibliographies, PSYOP guides, pamphlets, booklets, congressional hearings and committee reports, correspondence and handwritten NYU notebooks document the life of Barry Zorthian, his service as Director of JUSPAO during the Vietnam conflict from 1964-1968, his service as the Program Director for Voice of America, and his life after the war. Materials date from the 1940's through 2000's and relate to US Psychological Operations during the Vietnam Conflict, press relations with the military during and after the conflict, press relations during Operation Desert Storm and the War on Terror in Iraq, and Armenian history.
Finding Aid, No Date, Barry & Margaret Zorthian Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University. Accessed 30 May. 2015. <http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/items.php?item=17590000000>.
Pub. Credit Line
17590000000, Barry & Margaret Zorthian Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
Added: 8 Jun 2007[Updated: 24 Aug 2010]