[N.p.: n.p., n.d.]. Unique photo album, 10 X 14 1/2 inches, including approximately 120 black-and-white mounted snapshots from a serviceman's tour during the Vietnam War, with tissue guards separating the pages. Features images of American military and Vietnamese civilian life, with photographs of cities, the countryside, a relocation center, medical personnel, soldiers, women, and children. Although the photographer is unknown, it appears he belonged to a medical team that traveled throughout Vietnam during the conflict, providing medical aid to civilians and soldiers throughout the country. A remarkable photographic record that provides ground-level insight into a little-known aspect of the war. Several images missing, with the mounts present; tissue guards creased and ripped; images generally well-preserved (printed on Agfa paper). Very good overall in illustrated cloth backed spiral-bound boards.