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- Subject: Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements -- United States X
Call Number: AMS-1U-C13
Abstract: This collection contains biographical information about Michael John Carley (Brown University Class of 1962), who was killed in action (KIA 670227) while copiloting a helicopter mission in the Vietnam War. Carley had flown 320 missions, entitling him to 16 Air Medals. A large part of the collection is in the form of an oral history and other recollections by his widow, Connie Worthington (Brown University/Pembroke Class of 1968). Worthington talks about their days as students at Brown...
Call Number: AMS-1U-2016-018
Overview: This collection comprises letters and documents from Ross W. Fenton (Class of 1969) mostly relating to his service in Vietnam (1967-1968) as a Petroleum Products Analyst in the Quartermaster Battalion 64, 512th Quartermaster Company based at Camp Red Ball, a small base camp near Go Vap, a Saigon suburb. The collection includes U.S. Army recruiting brochures (1964-1965), military documents and Service Medals and ribbons relating to his military service, papers related to his involvement with...
Dates: 1959-2011, bulk 1959-1975
Call Number: AMS-1U-G8
Overview: This collection contains an oral history interview of James K. Gardner (Class of 1965) by Professor Elizabeth Taylor on January 28, 2011 as part of the Vietnam Veteran's oral history project at Brown University. In the interview he relates his memories of Brown University during his undergraduate and graduate school days, noting how thing changed from 1965 to 1968. A majority of the interview focuses on his experiences as a Lieutenant in the Navy's Civil Engineer Corps before and during his...
Call Number: AMS-1U-G9
Overview: This collections contains materials about the life of Geoffrey Charles Getman (Class of 1965) and his service in the Army during the Vietnam War. The materials were collected as part of the Vietnam Veterans Archive project by Professor Beth Taylor. Getman trained as an Infantry Captain, but after receiving serious wounds in January 1968, recovering, and receiving a purple heart, was assigned to desk jobs thereafter. His last position in Vietnam was as XO of LRRP company E/20 LRRP (Long Range...
Call Number: Ms-2014-001
Abstract: The John Birch Society pamphlets consist primarily of pamphlets and reprints of magazine articles that reflect right-wing political views on such issues as the Civil Rights movement, the protests against the war in Vietnam during the 1960's, communism, drug use, popular music and culture, pornography, race relations, and sex education in American schools. Most were published or reprinted by the John Birch Society. The pamphlets are dated from 1928 to 1990, but most are dated between 1960 and...
Dates: 1928-1990, bulk 1960-1970
Call Number: AMS-1U-K5
Overview: This collection is primarily information from the interview of Barry Kowalski, Class of 1966 by Professor Beth Taylor of Brown University for the Vietnam Veterans Archive collection. The interview was by telephone, on February 21, 2011. The interview draws on Barry Kowalski’s recollections of his years at Brown (1962 to 1966, graduating with a B.A. in Political Science), and his military training and experiences in Vietnam. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in the fall of 1966,...
Call Number: MS.2009.003
Abstract: Professor William Gerald McLoughlin taught history at Brown University from 1954-1992 and was an active and vocal participant professionally and personally in all of the issues and events during those years: freedom of speech, civil rights, racial equality, gender equality (Louise Lamphere sex discrimination case), nuclear energy, improving the Providence education system, the Vietnam War, divestment from South Africa, and US intervention in Nicaragua during the 1980s. His papers are...
Dates: Bulk, 1960-1992 1700-2004, bulk 1960-1992
Call Number: AMS-1U-2016-035
Overview: This collection contains the personal memoir written in 2016 by Jonathan R. Phillips (Class of 1968) about his years at Brown University, the Vietnam War, and his friends. He included 5 photographs from the 1960s to illustrate his story. He enlisted in the Army and was inducted on November 8, 1968. After basic training he served with Company B, 7th Cavalry, First Air Cavalry Division in Vietnam until June 1970. His career after Vietnam has been in investment management.
Call Number: AMS-1U-S8
Overview: Theodore S. Sienicki recorded information about his service during the Vietnam War in response to questions posed by John F. "Jay" Barry (Class of 1950), Associate Editor of the Brown Alumni Monthly. The recording was made in July 1973, four months after Sienicki had returned home from being a prisoner of war in North Vietnam. This collection contains the transcription of that recording and the article published in the Brown Alumni Monthly based on it by Jay Barry. Sienicki tells the story...
Call Number: AMS-1U-U2
Overview: Terry Uyeyama was interviewed in 1973 by John F. Barry (Class of 1950), Associate Editor of the Brown Alumni Monthly. This collection contains the transcription of that interview and the article published in the Brown Alumni Monthly based on the interview. His interview tells the story of his Air Force career, service as an F-4 fighter pilot in Vietnam starting in October 1967, his capture by North Vietnamese in March 1968 and experiences as a prisoner of war in the Hanoi Hilton prison camp...