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Nguyen Thai Binh (1948-1972) was born in South Vietnam and attended the University of Washington from 1968-1971 under a U.S. A.I.D. scholarship. He gradually came to protest U.S. involvement in Vietnam. Asked to return home by A.I.D., he was shot and killed in July 1972 in an attempt to divert an airliner in Vietnam. His friends in the U.S. established the collection, containing papers about his life and protest activities, in an effort to memorialize him.
Letters (including one written by Nguyen Thi Le Nuong, Binh's young sister), notes, speeches and writings, clippings, ephemera, photographs, tape recording, publications.
"Economic Crossroads," edited by Aubrey B. Armstrong, 1974.
Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.
|1/4||Outgoing Letters - Binh, Nguyen Thai||1972|
|1/7||Speeches and Writings - Binh, Nguyen Thai||undated|
|1/8||Speeches and Writings - by others||undated|
|1/9-11||Writings - by others||undated|
|1/13||Programs and Annoucements||undated|
|2/9||Book Economic Crossroads||1974|
|3/3||Johansen, Bruce - Incoming Letters||undated|
|3/4||Johansen, Bruce - Incoming Letters - Binh, Nguyen Thai|
|3/5||Johansen, Bruce - Outgoing Letters||undated|
|3/6||Johansen, Bruce - Outgoing Letters - Binh, Nguyen Thai|
|3/7||Johansen, Bruce - Legal Documents||undated|
|3/8||Johansen, Bruce - Speeches and Writings||undated|
|3/9||Johansen, Bruce - Speeches and Writings - Binh, Nguyen Thai||undated|
|3/10||Johansen, Bruce - Photographs||undated|
|3/11||Johansen, Bruce - Notes||undated|
|3/12||Johansen, Bruce - Clippings||1969-1972|
|3/13||Johansen, Bruce - Memorabilia|
|3/14-15||Johansen, Bruce - Ephemera||undated|
|4||Poster of Vietnam War||1972|