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Special Exhibitions

Sixties Buttons

The bulk of this collection of buttons was donated by Tane Datta, who lived in Washington, DC during the Sixties and was active in the high school Bill of Rights movement and the antiwar movement.

Decade of Protest: Political Posters from the United States, Viet Nam, Cuba 1965-1975

Track 16 Gallery and Smart Art Press cooperated in producing a large-format catalog from this exhibition. They graciously allowed us to use the images and excerpt text from their publication. Images displayed in this exhibition are protected by copyright.

Clip Art from US Army Field Manuals

For many years we've illustrated issues of the Viet Nam Generation Journal with scanned images from U.S. Army Field Manuals. The art is often amusing, occasionally charming, and generally unfamiliar to those who have not been required to use such manuals during the course of military training. These images, like the images in other government publications, are in the public domain.

We're pleased to present a reproduction of the full text and graphics of Vietnam , a comic written by Julian Bond and published in 1967, after he was expelled from the Georgia House of Representatives for opposing the war in Viet Nam. It was illustrated by T.G. Lewis. Copyright 1967 by Julian Bond.

Updated Thursday, January 28, 1999

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