The map is a reproduction from unknown origin. It indicates railroads completed, in construction, and proposed; topographical features; cities and towns; rivers, creeks and streams; the border states of Kentucky, Virginia, Georgia, and North...
The title pages of a series of sketches dealing with Andrew Jackson. Drawing is entitled "Following Andrew Jackson, 1767-1845," and shows the image of the famous equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson. The artist's name and date are also given.
Three page letter begins, "This is our eighth day in the boonies, and tomorrow we might go back to Lai Khe." He writes of having been a squad leader for several days now ("8 men including myself") because of the illness of another sergeant.
Two-page handwritten letter by Christopher Ammons to his family describing his reaction to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. He also talks about his platoon leader, Lt. Brown, and about enjoying listening to U.S. music on the radio.