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Books and Printed Material
Borroel, Roger. With the "Screaming Eagles" in Vietnam: A personal narrative of a soldier in the 101st Airborne Division 1968-1969. East Chicago: "La Villita", 1994. I 959.7 B737w
Finn, James. Protest Pacifism and Politics. New York: Random House, 1967.
I 341.1 F514p
Groom, Winston and Duncan Spencer. Conversations with the Enemy. New York: G.P. Putnam's Son, 1983.
Hartke, Senator Vance. The American Crisis in Vietnam. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Comp., Inc., 1968.
I 959.7 H329a
Herrgesell, Oscar. Dear Margaret, Today I Died . . . San Antonio, TX: The Naylor Company, 1974.
I 959.7 H56d
Indianapolis Draft Project
Ip 355.22 no. 4 Pamphlet
Indianapolis Draft Project
Ip 355.22 no. 5 Pamphlet
Kendall, David and Leonard Ross. The Lottery and the Draft: Where do I Stand? New York: Perennial Library, Harper and Row Publishers, 1970.
Klein, Joe. Payback. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1984.
I 920.7 K64p
Manion, Gina O'Brien. Mama Went to War. Shepherdsville, KY: Victor Publishing Co., 1966.
I 920.7 M278m
Plumb, Charlie. I'm No Hero. Independence, MO: Independence Press, 1973.
I 959.7 P734i
Wallace, Terry. Bloods. New York: Random House, 1984.
I 959.7 B655
4th Flr. David Dennis
Congressional papers of Indiana Republican David Dennis. Refer to inventory for possible omissions pertaining to the Vietnam War.
L264 John William Dickerson
This collections contains letters from John Dickerson to his parents. The letters detail his army training, military life, service in Vietnam and travel through Australia.
4th Flr. Earl Landgrebe
This collection contains letters from servicemen and veterans sent to Congressman Landgrebe during 1969-1974.
OH BYR Ronald E. Byrne Jr.
Colonel Ronald Byrne Jr. was captured on August 29, 1965 after he was shot down during a flight mission. He was a POW for 71/2 years. The oral history recalls his experience as a POW at the Hanoi Hilton.
OH CUM David Cummings
David Cummings was assigned to Advisory Team 50, stationed in Cao Lanh. He was a mail clerk and worked part-time in the message center. The oral history contains information about his responsibilities, day-to day- operations, R&R, drug use, public opinion, and how the war affected him.
OH JOL Darrell Jolly
Darrell Jolly was in the 2nd of the 60th, 9th Infantry, Echo Company, recon. He discusses army life, patrols, social conditioned, race relations, drug abuse, protesters, riots and his experience when he was wounded.
OH SIE John Siegred
John Siegred was drafted in February 1969, He was assigned to Alpha Battery 2nd, 20th Artillery (helicopters). The mission of his battery was to provide air support for the ground troops. He was a crew chief. He discuses in the oral history his duties, R&R, drug abuse, and the Vietnam memorial.
OH SMI Ronald Smith
Ronald Smith was in the Air Force for several years before he was sent to Vietnam. He discusses what was going on in the south (in the U.S.) with race relations. When he was sent to Vietnam he was assigned with the 12 supply Squadron. They supplied everything that pilots needed.
OH SPA James Spaulding
James Spaulding went to Cam Ranh Bay to the 497th Port Construction Outfit. The oral history details his duties and events that occurred in the Bay.
S1969 Beaver 55
S5-1967 Committee to Back Our Men
IN MH 5-6-2009