Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contains letters from Sean Flynn to his mother, Lili Damita. Sean Flynn's letters to his mother cover the period 1960 to 1969. The earliest letters are written during his year spent at Duke University in 1960. In letters from 1962 to 1966 Sean discusses his acting career, as well as his travels. From 1966 onwards, Sean discusses travelling to Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, and his views on the war and about photography and journalism.
Contains letters to Lili Damita, statements issued by Cambodia and the US government, and other correspondence received by Damita. Letters are dated January 2, 1971 to December 13, 1973.
Contains clippings from newspaper articles and magazines, and photocopies of newspapers and magazines from April 1970 to April 1974. Articles concern Sean Flynn's disapearance in April 1970 and his mother, Lili Damatia's, efforts to find him.
Contains clippings from newspaper articles and magazines from September 1976 to March 2001. Articles refer to Sean Flynn, and Lili Damita. Includes articles about Sean Flynn's disapearance, his mother, Lili Damita's, search for him. Later articles include Lili Damita's obituary and a review of a play about Sean Flynn.
Contains clippings from newspaper articles and magazines from July 1957 to December 1966. Articles refer to Lili Damita, Sean Flynn, and Lili Damatia's second husband, Allen R. Loomis. Includes reviews of Sean Flynn's movies and articles about Sean Flynn's photography career in Southeast Asia and his coverage of the war in Vietnam.
Contains clippings from newspaper articles and magazines from March 1967 to April 1969, with some undated articles at the end. Articles are about Sean Flynn and mostly discuss his photojournalism career in Vietnam. There are also reviews of his movies.
The bulk of the Photos of Sean Flynn series includes prints and negatives of his work as a photo journalist in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Items of note include images of the daily struggles of the Vietnamese, American soldiers boxing during down time, photos featuring active combat and both wounded civilians and soldiers. Other items of note include a small run of photos documenting the Six-Day Way. These images depict soldiers moving armaments and soldiers surrendering.
Contains drafts of two essays written by Sean Flynn. Sean writes about his experience as a photographer visiting Vietnam, and his thoughts and opinions about the war, and especially about his interactions with civilians.