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Town Shot 1. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 2. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 3. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 4. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 5. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 6. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 7. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 8. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 9. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 10. A Buddhist Temple and School.
The symbol is not used here as a Nazi Swastika.  It has been used by the Buddhist religion and many other ancient cultures long before Hitler and the N.S.D.A.P (Nazi) made it Germany's national symbol and drove its meaning to relate to holocaust.  My dictionary states the Buddhist symbol was in the opposite direction, like the Navaho symbol, but I tend to believe the Buddhist monks know more about their symbols than our American dictionaries. (Joe)
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 11. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 12. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 13. Dan Fisher said "this shows the MP/Provost Marshall’s compound . . .55 gal drums, topped with sandbags & barbed wire. . . in the distance across the street. Our billets then was CHEAP CHARLIE’S HOTEL and would have been directly behind the photographer."
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 14. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 15. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 16. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town  17. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 18. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 19. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 20. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 21. Text Here.
Photo by: Rick Stayner 1972-73

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Town 22. 1969 BEN XE MOI street in Can Tho.
Photo by: Phillip Tyson 1969, link

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Town 23. Sniper fire on the main road, resulted in this final end.  The building was torn down December 1971.    From the exit of the hospital compound, we would make a right turn to head into town. The building was on the right side of the road, as you first came into town. A little farther down the road, also on the right, was a open market place on the corner of a 4-way major intersection.
Photo by: Dan Fisher 1971-72 
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A girl in town 24. A girl in Can Tho, probably on BEN XE MOI street.
Photo by: Dan Fisher 1971-72 
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1971-72 Can Tho town shot by Gary Gardina 25. A 1971-72 Can Tho town shot. 
Photo by: Gary Gardina 1971-72

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26. A 1965 Can Tho town shot. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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27. A 1965 Can Tho town shot. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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28. A 1965 Can Tho street scene. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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29. The reason we showed up in RVN, 1965, Can Tho. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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30. Outside the Mekong Hotel, 1965 Can Tho. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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31. Women in hut, 1965 Can Tho. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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32. A boat home, 1965 Can Tho. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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33. A bus and cart, 1965 Can Tho. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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34. Children on the street of Can Tho 35 years ago. 1965  
Photo by: Robert Payette

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35. On the street in Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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36. Mekong Restaurant downtown, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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37. From the balcony of the Mekong Hotel while on guard duty, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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38. Monks downtown Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette

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39. Convoy accident, moving 235th AWC spares to Cav. unit in Vinh Long.  accident was just 4/5 blocks past the Mekong ferry landing.
Photo by: Ken Foster  A link to Ken's family page.

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40. End of the 235 convoy to Vinh Long, waiting to return the trucks to Can Tho..
Photo by: Ken Foster  A link to Ken's family page.
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41. Mass transport - a cyclo dropping off a passenger on road from base to downtown.
Photo by: Ken Foster  A link to Ken's family page.
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42. Dwelling along canal and road to Can Tho.  It was not uncommon to see one person relieving themselves, others swimming and still others washing clothes.   Photo by: Ken Foster  A link to Ken's family page.
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43. Shop posters on the streets of Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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44. Boats on the river in Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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45. Blocked street where HQ 13th Avn. Bn. (Delta) was located in Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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46. The French Memorial in Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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47. Crowded street in Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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48. Night scene by tailor shop in Can Tho, 1965.  The Nghinh-Long tailor shop owner, Mr. Long was Miss Tuyet's uncle.  Photo by: Robert Payette
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49. Child in a hut, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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50. Open Market, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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51. ARVN getting ready to ship out, CanTho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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52. The boating life, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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53. Lambretta transportation, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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54. Street salute, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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55. Work boat, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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56. White mice ARVN & Civilians, Can Tho, 1965. 
Photo by: Robert Payette
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57.  The PINK PALACE, 1967-68.
Photo by: Bill Grohoski  
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58.  PINK PALACE, end of July 1967, we stayed here two nights before getting moved to the 69th Villa, (CHEAP CHARLIE'S) in Ben Xe Moi.
Brumbaugh, Pasci?, Schroer?
Photo by: Bill Grohoski  
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