U.S. soldier Vietnam War photographs
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The U.S. soldier Vietnam War photographs album (196-1968; 0.2 cubic feet) contains 288 black and white or color photographs with captions on the verso of some photographs. Creator is unidentified, but served as a mechanic in the 19th Maintenance Co. at Long Binh. Creator served approximately one year, departing for home on February 6, 1968. The majority of the photos were taken in Vietnam, but some photos document the soldier's home leave and trip to Hawaii. Photograph subjects include USO performances and a visit from actor and athlete Chuck Connors.
- Creation: 1967-1968
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Collection is open for research use.
Creator is an unidentified white soldier who served in the United States Army in the Vietnam War between 1967 and 1968. Creator served as a mechanic in the 19th Maintenance Co. at Long Binh.
Source: Materials within collection.
0.4 Cubic Feet (1 document box)
These photographs have been placed in the order they appeared within the album. There are six folders.
- U.S. soldier Vietnam War photographs
- Tanner Greene
- 25 March 2019
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