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For this housewife, the visit was more a Journey to Remember (Army Digest 1969)
Army Digest
Date Created and/or Issued
1969 March
Publication Information
San Mateo Public Library
Contributing Institution
San Mateo Public Library
San Mateo Local History Collection
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3 page article in Army Digest (pp. 57-59) describing Linda Giese's trip to visit the 101st Airborne Division and the members of the adopted sons of San Mateo - the Screaming Eagles.
2 two-sided pages from Army Digest; 20.5 x 24.5 cm
Military personnel
Military camps
Military life
Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975
Patterson, Linda (Giese)
101st Airborne Division
U.S. Army
Camp Eagle
Artavia, Joe
Wright, R.B
Prior, Gloria
Archibald, Roy
Chanteloup, Noe J
Graham, Vera
Giese, Al
Hayward, Harold I
Zais, Melvin
Shore, Christian
San Mateo (Calif.))
Phu Bai (Republic of Vietnam)
Oakland (Calif.)
Hue (Republic of Vietnam)

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