Found in 12 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 two copies of 6 page typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends". Pages 3-5 are missing of both letters, and page 1 is missing from the 2nd copy. Norris writes about Lawrenceville alumni in the service and Lawrenceville sports and activities.
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.
The Photos of Sean Flynn series includes photos of Sean Flynn and members of his family including father and mother. The photos span the entirety of Flynn's life. Included are both candid and staged shots. Some movie stills and promotional photos of Flynn in films such as are also included.
Contains 1 copy of a typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends". Contains only pages 1 and 6 of an originally 6 page letter. Norris includes updates on alumni and Lawrenceville School.
Contains 2 copies of a 10 page typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends" and 2 copies of a 2 page supplement to the letter. The letter consists of updates about Lawrenceville alumni in the service and the supplement includes additions and changes from the supplement in the Sixth war letter.
Contains 2 copies of a typewritten 8 page letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends". The letter consists of updates about the record heat, an updated "Honor Roll" (a list of Lawrenceville alumni killed while in the service), and updates about the lives of Lawrenceville alumni in the service.