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Vietnam, September-October, 1964 [Saigon, View 57]

Author: Ernie Deane; Arkansas History Commission.
Publisher: 1964.
Series: Ernie Deane Photographic Collection.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : Picture   Archival Material : No Linguistic Content
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Negative taken for September 30, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "First Impressions of a Confused, War-torn Country", B1:2, and October 11, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "The Many Worlds of Old Saigon", E5:2, and October 18, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "These are the People of Vietnam", E5:2, and November 15, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "A Pictorial View of Ancient Saigon", E5:2. Saigon, the capital of South  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Negatives
Film negatives
Named Person: Ernie Deane
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ernie Deane; Arkansas History Commission.
OCLC Number: 53949012
Notes: Title supplied by photographer.
Description: Negative : b&w ; 3 x 4 cm. (1 x 1 in.)
Series Title: Ernie Deane Photographic Collection.
Other Titles: Arkansas gazette (Little Rock, Ark. : 1889)
Responsibility: Ernie Deane [photographer].

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Negative taken for September 30, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "First Impressions of a Confused, War-torn Country", B1:2, and October 11, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "The Many Worlds of Old Saigon", E5:2, and October 18, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "These are the People of Vietnam", E5:2, and November 15, 1964, Arkansas Gazette article "A Pictorial View of Ancient Saigon", E5:2. Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, had a population of 1.5 million people in 1964. The inhabitants of Saigon and the surrounding countryside live in a world that is a mixture of Asian and French influences. Both east and west are reflected in the buildings of the city. While there are many cars in the city, many people still get around on bicycles. Many of the women wear the traditional dress, the ao dai, which consists of a long flowing tunic over a pair of loose fitting pants. Farmers and tradespeople bring their goods to market in large baskets hanging from poles which they carry on their shoulders. Poverty is rampant throughout the country, and especially in Saigon, with many children begging on the street, or holding jobs that adults in the United States would have. Deane found the Vietnamese to be a pleasant people who work hard but are weary from the many years of warfare in their country. This negative is part of a group taken for a series of articles Deane wrote on Vietnam and published between September 30 and November 15, 1964.

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