Agent Orange: Finding Aids

Finding Aids describe whole collections, usually including a box or folder level inventory of the documents. They are a good way to quickly find large caches of documents on a single subject. To find individual documents, search the Virtual Archive https://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/virtualarchive/ using the keywords suggested on the introduction page.

Below is a list of finding aids and collection descriptions organized by category. Click on Open Finding Aid to view the complete finding aid.

General

Use/Spraying

Effects on Vegetation

  • Collection #1636
    • Terry J. DuBose Collection
    • Collection Size: 2.0 ft.
    •  Posters, leaflets, books, newspapers, photographs, correspondence, artwork, emails, internet printouts, T-shirts, buttons, military administrative documents and photocopied FBI reports concerning Terry Dubose and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) document Dubose and his service as the coor... (more
    •  Open Finding Aid 

Death from Agent Orange

  • Collection #1248
    • Ruth Coder Fitzgerald Collection
    • Collection Size: 2.0 ft.
    •  Approximately two linear feet of audio tapes, video tapes, DVDs, newsletters and periodicals, photographs, stickers, internet printouts, newspaper clippings and articles, correspondence, administrative documents, transcripts, statements for H.R. 3293, and other documents and reports detail the Vietn... (more
    •  Open Finding Aid 
  • Collection #140
    • Carol Maxwell Collection
    • Collection Size: 0.1 ft.
    •  One folder of poems and letters document Carol Maxwell's son's service in Vietnam, his death due to Agent Orange-related cancer in 1993, and her responses to both. Letters to her son are dated from the 1960s and correpondence to Dr. James Reckner and the poems are dated from the 1990s. (more
    •  Open Finding Aid 

Exposure/Illness