Letters to White House, 1967 April 27, 1967 July 18
- 1967 April 27, 1967 July 18
Scope and Contents
U.S. military involvement in Vietnam generated a great amount of constituent interest which is documented through correspondence, telegrams, surveys, background material, and bills. In his newsletter of September 1967, O'Neill stated that "As a citizen, Congressman, and father, I cannot help but wonder whether this [the Vietnam War] may not be too high a price to pay for an obscure and limited objective." The responses to this announcement, a reversal of his previous pro-war stance, provide an overview of the resulting dialog between O'Neill and his constituents.
- From the Collection: O'Neill, Tip (Person)
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research. Selected items are closed due to fragility; a microfilm access copy is available. Audiovisual recordings in this collection have been migrated from source media; digital use copies can only be accessed onsite in the Burns Library Reading Room.
From the Sub-subseries: 3.0 Linear Feet (7 containers)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English