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Gallery view

1968 Feb. 5

Entin, David Hudson

VC attack?

?à N?ng (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Concerning expected Viet Cong attack in Danang, men missing, low morale.

David Entin Papers

1967

Propaganda Poster

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Small, all-type propaganda poster written in Vietnamese calling for people to get involved.

David Entin Papers

1967

Man carrying thatch

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - A man carries a large load of thatch over sandy beach. Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1967

Sleeping child

Vietnam - A child in butterfly-printed pajamas curled up and sleeping on a mat. Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1967

Piles of baskets on bicycle

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Baskets stacked tall on a bicycle, which is barely visible, on a dirt road in the countryside. Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1967

Three elders at meeting

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Close-up of three older men in a crowd, possibly at a village meeting. Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1967

People boarding a boat

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Several people, adults and children, boarding or prearing to board a wooden boat. Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1966 Sept. 14

Entin, David Hudson

Mr. Ho-Can

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on pink carbon paper with no greeting. Telling the story of Mr. Ho-Can, Entin's tutor and USAID employee teaching English. Fought against French with Vi?t Minh until he became disillusioned. Forced to attend indoctrination classes, he was "the slowest student," tricking Vi?t Minh into "thinking he was a very ignorant peasant."

David Entin Papers

1967 Mar. 5

Entin, David Hudson

Letter from David Entin to his parents

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on blue carbon paper, addressed "Hi Folks." Writes that he worked all week on monthly report, reporting, as usual, that there is not enough manpower to do the job. Describes the few outings he had that week and reports on the upswing in military activity in Qu?ng Ngãi.

David Entin Papers

1967 Oct. 28

Entin, David Hudson

On being a Princetonian

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Describes spending an evening with three Princeton graduates discussing the alma mater they all shared. Dinner given for Ambassador Koren, Entin's boss and director of civilian effort in I Corps. Finds out about other Princeton men and Princeton news.

David Entin Papers