Vietnam War (1961-1975)
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
The William D. Haynes Papers consist of correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, and film created by Haynes during his Vietnam War service in the River Patrol Force TF-116.
Administrative files, brochures, bound volumes, photographs, audio recordings, and VHS tapes comprise the Institute for the Humanities at Salado Records, 1980-2010. The materials document the Institute’s spring, fall, and memorial lecture series.
The archive documents Johnston’s career as a photojournalist in the United States and abroad. Materials include transparencies, negatives, prints, contact sheets, digital images, clippings, tear sheets, manuscript materials, and audiovisual materials.
Ranging in date from 1966 to 2009, the David Kennerly Photographic Archive consists of photographs, publication files, print material and correspondence, audiovisual material, digital items, and exhibits spanning Kennerly’s five decades as a photojournalist.
Correspondence, printed material, newspaper clippings, photographs, literary productions, family history, and audiotapes comprise the Woodrow Wilson Magness family papers.
Composing campaign materials, correspondence, news clippings, notes, subject files, briefs, court decisions, motions, reports photographs, and scrapbooks the Maury Maverick, Jr., Papers, [ca. 1835-2003], document the life of politician, attorney, columnist, and civil rights activist Maury Maverick, Jr.
Wally McNamee's career as a photojournalist has spanned more than forty years and he is a four-time winner of the coveted White House News Photographers’ Association Photographer of the Year Award. The archive consists of more than 300,000 images in a variety of formats, including color and black and white negatives, transparencies, and prints, in addition to manuscript and printed material. The bulk of the archive is comprised of mounted 35mm color slide film.