School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records, mainly 1967-1975, of Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), a national organization formed in 1967 by Vietnam veterans who favored military withdrawal from Vietnam. After the war, VVAW worked for improved services and benefits for Vietnam veterans. Included are records of the national office, which was located in New York City and then Chicago, documenting national programs and activities, especially participation in anti-war demonstrations and the Winter Soldier war crimes investigation, as well as support for the rights of active-duty G.I.s around the world and political prisoners such as the Gainesville Eight, Gary Lawton, Ashby Leach, and the Leavenworth Brothers. Of special note is correspondence with various incarcerated prisoners. In addition to records from the national office there are records created by three local chapters: Brooklyn-Northern New Jersey (later Clarence Fitch), Madison, and Milwaukee, all focusing on the post-Vietnam War period and primarily ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the records of Affirmation Vietnam from 1965-1966. The records include a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, progress reports, press releases, and an event program, chiefly related to the organization's February 1966 rally supporting the Vietnam War
Swarthmore College - Peace Collection
Collection includes material from the national VVAW, the VVAW/Winter Soldier Organization, and branch material from Kansas City, Philadelphia, Chicago, New England, New York, and Milwaukee
Cornell University Libraries
Reports, National Steering Committee minutes, newsletters, WINTER SOLDIER (newspaper), and 16mm film "The Last Patrol," of cross country caravan of veterans to the 1972 Republican Convention
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
State Library of Queensland
Records of the Vietnam Moratorium Campaign. National Anti-War Conference
Cornell University Libraries
Records include minutes, correspondence, grant proposals, and survey project responses. Files relating to the Cornell phase of the project include correspondence, clippings, and survey forms. Also includes five tape cassettes
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Miscellaneous incoming correspondence to the members of this soldiers' anti-Vietnam War organization at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, who were known as the "Fort Jackson Eight.".
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Papers of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War Anti-Imperialist, an organization of Vietnam War veterans opposed to the United States involvement in military conflicts. This collection has two distinct focuses: the Persian Gulf War and the United States invasion of Panama. Documents about the Persian Gulf War include mailings encouraging soldiers to think clearly about their actions in the Middle East, critical analysis of the United States foreign policy, anti-war posters, and information about an "anti-war airlift" out of Germany. Also included are statements supporting Jeffery A. Paterson, a Marine who refused to participate in the Gulf War. Records related to the United States invasion of Panama includes "travel tips" for military personnel. Also of interest is a report on sexism in the military during World War II


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