Video has not been digitized and is not available for online viewing.
20:09; color; sound; V-155 P93-013
This film shows the dedication of the Vietnam War Memorial in Tallahassee. The video begins with a parade made up of several military organizations and supporters. There are quick shots of speeches being made at the Capitol and Gov. Graham placing a wreath at the memorial. It shows Vietnam veterans as well as veterans for peace. The very end of the segment is an interview with a representative from the Salvation Army talking about the increase of transients, especially young white males. Videotaped by Bradley White.
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