2 'special Passports' Us State Dept. Vietnam 1956-1959
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2 'special Passports' Us State Dept. Vietnam 1956-1959:
A U.S. Special Passport for
Homer B. Hopkins who was working for the U.S. government at the
US Agency for International Development (A.I.D.), from
1956-1972 in the Far East:
1956-1961, Saigon, Vietnam; (under Leland Barrows)
1961: Djakarta, Indonesia Thailand (under Ray Allen)
1962-1968: Washington, D.C.
1966, Dir. of Personnel for A.I.D.’s Far East Bureau
1968-1972: Bangkok, Thailand
1973, appointed Director of Personnel and Manpower at A.I.D
Notation on passport: The bearer "is proceeding to Viet-nam on official
About 30 visa stamps from all over Viet Nam; from 1956-1959; includes 2 fold-out extensions;
"CANCELLED", "Void", trimmedIncludes a second Special Passport for his wife.
This lot is from the estate of Lt. Col. Homer B. Hopkins (1917-19??), who served in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1941-1945, attached most of the time to the 64th T. Sq., Borinquen, Puerto Rico, eventually rising to Lt. Col., and later served at the US Agency for International Development (A.I.D.), 1956-1972, mostly in the Far East.
We are currently offering for sale on about 10 other lots from the estate including, but not limited to: his military career, his service in Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong with A.I.D., etc.; US State Department passports, foreign documents, etc