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Title
San Mateo remembers the day it remembered the GIs in Vietnam; S.F. Examiner article 3/5/88
Creator
San Francisco Examiner
Date Created and/or Issued
1988 March 5
Publication Information
San Mateo Public Library
Contributing Institution
San Mateo Public Library
Collection
San Mateo Local History Collection
Rights Information
Unknown
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Description
San Francisco Examiner article about the 1988 20th Anniversary speeches and ceremonies on the anniversary of the adoption of the Screaming Eagles by the City of San Mateo.
Type
image
Format
1 newspaper clipping (text and photo); 34 x 17 cm
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt4j49q878
CSMAT_134
Subject
Clippings
Reminiscing
Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975
Patterson, Linda (Giese)
101st Airborne Division
U.S. Army
Artavia, Joe
Patterson, Stephen J
Murray, John J., Jr
Wayne, Hugh A
Samuelson, Stanton
Place
San Mateo (Calif.))

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