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Guide to the James Freeman Files
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Series 1.  Topical files 1978-2003

Physical Description: 1.4 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This series is comprised of items regarding Southeast Asian refugee issues. Materials include reports from refugee camps, organizational reports and correspondence, and publications of individuals.

Arrangement

The series is arranged topically.
Box : Folder 1 : 1-2

Aid to Refugee Children Without Parents, correspondence and organizational materials 1982-1999

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box : Folder 1 : 3

Cards and invitations 1997

Box : Folder 1 : 4

Catholic Office for Emergency Relief and Refugees publications 1991-1994

Box : Folder 1 : 5

Committee for Coordination of Services to Displaced Persons in Thailand (CSDPT), Handbook, Refugee Services in Thailand 1982

Box : Folder 1 : 6

Congressional Research Service (CRS) brief, "Refugee Admissions and Resettlement Policy" 1993

Box : Folder 1 : 7

Dong Rek articles, sources for articles, correspondence and notes 1988-1994

Box : Folder 1 : 8-9

Freeman, James, and Nguyen, Huu Dinh, publications 1985-1998

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box : Folder 1 : 10

Friends of Hue Foundation, newsletters and organizational materials 2000-2003

Box : Folder 1 : 11

Hong Kong refugee camps, correspondence and reports 1989-1996

Box : Folder 1 : 12

Indonesia refugee camps, reports and correspondence 1991-1993

Box : Folder 1 : 13

International Conference on Indo-Chinese Refugees materials 1991-1997

Box : Folder 1 : 14

International Forum on the Comprehensive Plan of Action (CPA), program materials 1989-1992

Box : Folder 1 : 15

International Social Service Hong Kong Branch, reports and newsletters 1992-1997

Box : Folder 1 : 16

Laos and Thailand refugee camps, reports 1989-1999

Box : Folder 1 : 17

Malaysia refugee camps, correspondence and reports 1991-1999

Box : Folder 1 : 18-20

Newspaper clippings 1982-2000

Physical Description: 3 folders.
Box : Folder 1 : 21

Hieu, Nguyen, correspondence 1982-1984

Box : Folder 1 : 22

Non-governmental organizations (NGO), correspondence and organizational materials 1991-1999

Box : Folder 1 : 23

Nordic Assistance to Repatriated Vietnamese (NARV), correspondence and organizational materials 1991-1994

Box : Folder 1 : 24-25

Palawan, Philippines, refugee camps, correspondence and reports 1991-1999

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box : Folder 1 : 26-27

Refugee Concern Hong Kong, correspondence and reports 1991-1996

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box : Folder 2 : 1

Strauch, Judith, "The Chinese Exodus from Vietnam: Implications for the Southeast Asian Chinese" 1980

Box : Folder 2 : 2-4

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Box : Folder 2 : 2

Convention on the Rights of the Child materials 1989-1993

Box : Folder 2 : 3-4

Reports and program materials 1985-1995

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box : Folder 2 : 5

United States State Department materials 1991

Box : Folder 2 : 6

Vietnamese refugees, reports and publications 1978-2000

Box : Folder 2 : 7

Vietnamese refugees living in Japan, reports 1990

Box : Folder 2 : 8

Vietnamese refugees living in the United States, reports 1978-1993

Box : Folder 2 : 9

Zulfacar, Diane, "Surviving Without Parents: Indo-Chinese Refugee Minors in New South Wales (NSW)" 1984

 

Series 2.  Interview notes and audio cassette recordings 1983-1999

Physical Description: 1.6 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This series is comprised of handwritten interview notes and interview transcripts from interviews James Freeman conducted with Vietnamese refugees for his book, Hearts of sorrow : Vietnamese-American lives. Audio cassette tapes are also included that contain the interviews.

Access Information

Access to this entire series, which contains information concerning the personal situation of Vietnamese refugees in the refugee camps, is restricted until 2039-01-01.