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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Restrictions

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Carol Maxwell Collection

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Carol Maxwell Collection



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Carol Maxwell
Title: Carol Maxwell Collection
Collection #: 140
Quantity: 0.1 linear feet
Language: English
Repository: The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Biographical Note

Carol Maxwell's son, PFC William Maxwell, served with US Marine Air Base Squadron 16 (MABS-16), Marine Air Group 16 (MAG-16), Heavy Equipment, 1968. In 1993, William Maxwell died of Agent Orange-related cancer.

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Scope and Content

One folder of poems and letters document Carol Maxwell's son's service in Vietnam, his death due to Agent Orange-related cancer in 1993, and her responses to both. Letters to her son are dated from the 1960s and correpondence to Dr. James Reckner and the poems are dated from the 1990s.

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Restrictions

Access Level

Unrestricted

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Related Material

Digitized Materials in this Collection


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Administrative Information

Prefered Citation:

[Identification of Item], Box #, Folder #, Carol Maxwell Collection. 1400000000. The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

Accession Numbers


1997-0016
1997-0026

Processed by:

S. Frizzell

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Original Online Finding Aid

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Collection Inventory

 

Carol Maxwell Collection

box folder
1 1 Carol Maxwell Letters - July 11, 1991
Carol Maxwell Letters - October 1996
Carol Maxwell Letters - March 26, 1996
Carol Maxwell Letters - 29 December 1968
Carol Maxwell Letters - 15 February, 1968
Carol Maxwell Letters - March 9, 1997
My Billy (31 July 1991)
My Son (21 July 1993)
My Son (20 August 1993)

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