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Nguyen Family

    Papers, ca. 1975.  1 folder.  Originally from Hue in South Vietnam, the Nyugen Family was evacuated from Saigon to Guam and then to a resettlement camp in Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania.  The collection contains evacuee information cards, medical screening record tags, and identification cards.  In English and Vietnamese.  Register availableGift of Van Nguyen.

Nguyen Family

    Photographs, 1970s.  24 prints.  Family groups and portraits (men in military uniform) and military field sites; Vietnam and PennsylvaniaGift of Van Nguyen.

Thuy, Vuong G.

    Papers, 1976-1987.  .5 ft.  After being educated in Vietnam, Great Britain, and France, Thuy came to the United States in the mid-1960s.  In addition to teaching at Cornell and Temple Universities, he has been active in the education of Indochinese refugees.  Organizations in which he has participated include the National Association for Vietnamese American Education (as founder and first president), and the local Indochinese American Council.  The papers include correspondence, miscellaneous organization materials, papers, and handbooks.  In English, Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian.  Inventory availableGift of Dr. Vuong G. Thuy.


Dat Lanh (Good Land)

    Newspaper, 1975.  1 reel.  Published daily in Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, by the 4th Psychological Operations Group, 1975.  In Vietnamese and English.

Helping Hand

    Newspaper, 1975.  1 reel.  Published daily in Fort Chaffee, Arkansas.

Tan Dan (New People)

    Newspaper, 1975.  1 reel.  Published daily in Fort Chaffee, Arkansas by the Fort Chaffee Task Force, United States Army, 1975.  In Vietnamese.

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