Out of the Archives: A Baby Sleeping in a Box

Today’s edition of Out of the Archives comes from the South East Asian Archive at UC Irvine Libraries. Some of the materials are available online through their digital collection. Can we talk about how cute this baby is:

baby in a box

Title: Baby sleeping in a box
Date: 1970-1980
Creator(s): Fort Chaffee (Ark.), Collector
Format: 1 photograph : 21 x 26 cm
Language: English
Subjects:

 

 

Refugees — Vietnamese | Children | Social Aspects | Refugees and Immigrants | Photographic prints | Fort Chaffee (Ark.)
Collection ID:

 

Fort Chaffee photographs | MS-SEA 025 | Special Collections and Archives, The UCI Libraries, Irvine, California
Item ID: cui-ucid-sea025-005
Rights: Material in public domain. No restrictions on use

Direct link: http://content.cdlib.org/cms?xslt=seaadoc-image-single-test;identifier=13030/hb6290076g;staff=no

More on the SEA Archive, from their website:

SEAAdoc is an educational resource of the Southeast Asian Archive at the UC Irvine Libraries focusing on post-1975 refugees and immigrants from Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam and the communities they have developed in the United States.   It contains 1,500 visual images and 4,000 pages of searchable text selected from the Archive to represent a cross section of our holdings.  SEAAdoc documents the exodus of Southeast Asian refugees and immigrants from their homelands, their experiences in Asian refugee camps, and subsequent resettlement in the United States.  Other materials reveal cultural, economic, educational, political, and social aspects of the new Southeast Asian American communities that have developed, and continue to grow, in the United States.

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