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Lawrence Emanuel Houck II; Robert E. Snyder Jr.; May 10, 1968; United States; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Regimental histories Army; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Personal Narratives; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Palmyra (PA) -- History -- 20th Century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Social conditions 20th century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Social life and customs 20th century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Travel and description Tokyo, Japan; Women - History - 20th Century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Politics and government 20th century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Rationing. Food; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Marine Corps;
Houck, Lawrence Emanuel II, "1968-05-10, Lawrence to Robert" (1968). Lawrence Emanuel Houck II Vietnam War correspondence. 1.
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