The Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial commemorates the 1,536 men and one woman from the state who died during the Vietnam War and the 235,000 veterans who survived. Situated on a four-acre site at Green Hill Park in Worcester, the Memorial was formally dedicated in June 2002.
This small collection contains an assortment of material kept by supporters of the Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial during the long struggle to bring their vision to reality. In addition to a handful of letters and news clippings, the collection includes information on the design competition, contract documents, conceptual and construction plans for the memorial, ephemera from the dedication, and a roughly 3′ square scale model of the site prepared by the architects.
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Monuments
- War memorials--Massachusetts--Worcester
- Worcester (Mass.)
- Cellucci, Argeo Paul, 1948-2013
- Harby, Catanzaro, and Rogers
- Kerry, John, 1943-
- O'Brien, Michael V.
- Price, Paul T.
- White, W. Paul
Types of material
- Architectural drawings (visual works)
- Architectural models