Caroline K. Ehlers received her Master's of Arts from the University of Maryland in 1979. During her course of study, Ehlers was enrolled in a history course entitled "Oral History Editing." The collection consists of her paper "The Vietnamese War and the American Sense of National Tradition: An Oral History Study," as well as the six interview transcripts on which the paper is based.
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The Caroline K. Ehlers papers date from 1976. They include her paper "The Vietnamese War and the American Sense of National Tradition: An Oral History Study," as well as the six interview transcripts on which the paper is based.