Vietnam Project Archives
Finding aids and other resources
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MSU Vietnam Project Records, UA 18.104.22.168 (PDF)*
Wesley Fishel Papers, UA 17.95 (PDF)*
John Hannah Papers, UA 2.1.12 (PDF)*
Ralph Turner Papers, UA 17.149 (PDF)*
Richard Lindholm Lectures, UA 17.233 (PDF)*
John Merlin Hunter Papers, UA 17.169 (PDF)*
Ralph Smuckler Papers, UA 17.234 (PDF)*
Stanley Andrews Papers, UA 17.268 (PDF)*
Harry Kimber Papers, UA 17.27 (PDF)*
Floyd W. Reeves Papers, UA 22.214.171.124
Walter Adams Papers, UA 2.1.13 (PDF)*
Asian Studies Bibliographer
Telephone: (517) 884-0837
The Web page for Asian information is: libguides.lib.msu.edu/GettingStartedAsianStudies
MSU Asian Studies Center
The Asian Studies Center, named a National Undergraduate Resource Center (Title VI NRC) since 2000 by the U.S. Department of Education, directs one of the largest, most diverse programs of education about Asia in the Midwest.
David Anderson, Trapped by Success: The Eisenhower Administration and Vietnam, 1953–1961. New York: Columbia University Press, 1991.
Philip E. Catton, Diem’s Final Failure: Prelude to America’s War in Vietnam. Lawrence, KS: Kansas University Press, 2002.
John Ernst, Forging a Fateful Alliance: Michigan State University and the Vietnam War. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 1998.
Ed Miller, “Vision, Power and Agency: The Ascent of Ngô Đình Diệm, 1945–1954,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 35(3), 433–458, October 2004.
Joseph Morgan, The Vietnam Lobby: The American Friends of Vietnam, 1955–1975. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.
Related Web sites
The Texas Tech Vietnam Center and Archive
The Texas Tech Vietnam Center and Archive collects and preserves archival materials related to this era of Vietnamese history and the American war in Vietnam, and it supports research, education, and outreach. Its virtual archive is the largest such project related to Vietnam, and it contains many valuable materials about the era in general and the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group (MSUG) in particular, notably copies of MSUG annual reports and some publications, which also are available in the MSU main library).
Edwin Moise’s Vietnam War Bibliography
Edwin Moise, professor of history at Clemson University, has compiled the most extensive bibliography of Vietnam War-era resources available online.