Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
Contains lantern slides and 35 mm slides produced by the College of Fine Arts and the College of Fine Arts and Communications. Includes images from an Independence Day celebration at the university stadium, as well as slides from a Thanksgiving Day assembly about the Vietnam War. Materials date from between approximately 1953 and 1973.
Contains an Oral history interview with Fenton Lyn Drake, conducted by Jacob Nelson on October 2, 2012 for a World Civilizations course taken at Brigham Young University. The oral history discusses Fenton Lyn Drake's pre-Vietnam experience including: his mission, the draft, and deferments. He then tells about his combat experience in the war and his opportunity to sare the gospel with fellow soldiers, and his post war experiences. Dated October 2, 2012.
Contains the oral history of a Brigham Young University history professor who immigrated to the United States from Mexico with his family in 1956. Also contains his memories of the Vietnam War. The date is 2012.
File contains interview with Gary Dean Rhay regarding his service in the U.S. Army during World War II. Dated 2004.
Collection consists of photographs taken by McCabe for the army during the Vietman War. The content deals primarily with McCabe's army service as a photographer in Vietnam between September 1969 and September 1970. His work also documents his personal interest in Vietnam civilian life, primarily in the form of transparencies, with some black and white prints and negatives. Materials dated 1969 to 1970.
Contains six volumes of transcripts of the papers of the Lyman De Platt family. These include typed up journals, letters, notes, and family documents. The volume of journals also contains notes on the journal entries, written by Lyman thirty years later as he transcribed them. The six volumes are part of a larger collection: The Platt Family Records Center.
Contains notes, articles, bibliographic analysis, correspondence, and ephemera collected or created by Hillam in the process of his research as a faculty member at Brigham Young University. Dated from 1945 to 2005.
Subseries contains interviews and scenic and other footage relating to the military service of Latter-Day Saints in Korea. Dated approximately 2005.