Vietnam War (1961-1975)
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
The Whitney Miller Vietnam War Collection, 1965-1996, consists of books, magazines, miscellaneous documents, and maps documenting the Vietnam War, and its aftermath.
Spanning eight decades from the 1930s to 2017, the Charles Moore Photographic Archive includes a wide-ranging variety of subject matter documenting the career of photojournalist Charles Moore.
Ranging in date from circa 1963 to 1980, the Newsweek Magazine Photographs collection includes slides, photographic negatives, transparencies, a limited number of prints and A/V materials from more than 60 Newsweek photographers including Wally McNamee.
The David Noble archive, circa 1960-2019, consists primarily of photographs, printed material, correspondence, and memorabilia from David Noble's service in Vietnam in 1962 and 1963, along with his later involvement in anti-war protests in the United States.
Ranging in date from circa 1965-2012, the Steve Northup Photographic Archive consists of approximately 27 linear feet of slides, film negatives, contact sheets and photographic prints from photojournalist Steve Northup’s career with news organizations including UPI, the Washington Post, Time magazine and People magazine.
Black and white and color images on CDs of Vietnam in 1968-69, Mountain Home Air Force Base from which Panzieri deployed in Idaho from 1966-68, and Wadsworth Veteran’s Cemetery in Westwood, CA, and Vietnam veterans protesting the Iraq war on Memorial Day in 2004.
The Morley Safer Papers, 1945 to 2019, are comprised of 124 feet and 8 gigabytes of news scripts, research files, correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, and videos documenting Morley Safer’s journalistic career, including reporting for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS).
The Rossi L. Selvaggi Papers, 1958, comprise research materials, including correspondence and photographs, used by Selvaggi to write his 1958 thesis on Randolph Air Base.