Texas Tech University

Vietnam History that Spans Across Campus 45 Years After the War Ended

Ashley Rodgers & Codi Clark

April 6, 2020

An expansive collection of Vietnam artifacts and materials that cumulatively makes up 17,000 square feet of space across the Texas Tech campus.

Vietnam archive books
Photos from the archive
Boxes from the archive
Archive books
Shelves of archive boxes
Archivist removing box from shelf
Archive maps and posters
Archive shelves
Hat and bell
Vietnamese hats
Army helicopter cockpit
Army helicopter with shark-like face painted on the nose
Another helicopter in storage
A third helicopter in storage
Additional view of helicopter

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