Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Bernard M. Gwertzman and Haynes Johnson with J. William Fulbright in his Washington, D.C. congressional office in 1966 as research for their 1968 book, Fulbright, the Dissenter. Topics include Fulbright's family; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Fulbright's time at Oxford and at the University of Arkansas; Fulbright's service in Congress, and his thoughts on several of his colleagues; and the Vietnam War.
The collection is divided into twenty-one series. Materials include biographical data, correspondence, legislative and committee materials, personal and office financial records, speeches, press releases, posters, audio and video tapes, and ephemera.
Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, campaign materials, congressional records, notebooks and other records created or received by Norvill Jones, particularly as part of his work with J. W. Fulbright and the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
Seven U-matic video tapes featuring interviews of and programming regarding Senator J. William Fulbright that were aired on or used in programming aired on Little Rock's KTHV television station.
Typescripts of Lee Riley Powell's J. William Fulbright and America's Lost Crusade: Fulbright's Opposition to the Vietnam War and "The China Hearings: The Foreign Relations Committee as a Forum for Dissent."
The collection includes eighty-two audiocassette tapes containing interviews conducted by Randall Woods with J. William Fulbright, Dale Bumpers, McGeorge Bundy, Orval Faubus, Allan Gilbert, Hoyt Purvis, Arthur Schlesinger, Dean Rusk, Lee Williams, and others as part of research for Woods' biography on Fulbright. The locations of the interviews include Fayetteville, AR; Washington, D.C.; and Bonn, Germany.