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   Terrie Maxine Frankel
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Terrie Frankel [detail from video interview]
War: Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Service Location: Saigon, Da Lat (Dalat), Pleiku, Phu Bai, Phu Loy, Cam Ranh Bay, and Hue, Vietnam
Status: Civilian
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Interview (Video)
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 Personal Correspondence
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 Official Documents (3 items)
USO Shows "The Sig Sakowitz Show" Vietnam tour press kit. Obituary of Jennie Louise Frankel Imus July 22nd, 20008 Invitation to the First Annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day.
  
 Personal Correspondence (8 items)
Vietnam Post Card to Mr. Mrs. David Frankle 12/2/1968 Great Lakes Navel Hospital circa 1966 "A Captive audience" Sent to our friends to commemorate the New Millennium. (2000) Valentines Day 1998-Card featuring photo of us auditioning for the USO with captions. We are wearing our red dresses with the white hearts.
Card with photo of us singing to Troops This was Jennie's favorite photo from our Vietnam tour. Caption reads, "War, Good God Ya'llÂ…What is it good for? Aabsolutely Nothng!" this was from a song wri Christmas/New Years card with photo of us singing to the Troop. Christmas/New Years card with photo of us singing to Troops seated at foot of stage. Vietnam, circa 1968
Chrismas/New Years card featuring 6 year old Terrie and Jennie talking to Santa. Circa 1955. Drawing on the left is of Terrie Frankel's home in Sedona, AZ. "Live While You Can" Lyrics by Jennie Frankel and Music by Terrie Frankkel 
  
 
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