[Saigon]: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1968. 4to, pp. 64; photographic illustrations throughout; original white and blue pictorial wrappers, shelf wear mostly affecting corners, last few pages a bit creased, else interior very good. Corrigenda laid in. A record of the humanitarian assistance "from governmental sources, foreign voluntary agencies and professional organizations sponsored by their governments, exclusive of the U.S. programs" - foreword by Tran Chanh Thanh, Minister of Foreign Affairs. OCLC locates one copy, in the Netherlands.
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[Saigon]: The Army and People Council, Republic of Vietnam, August 15, 1966. 8vo, pp. 42; tables; original blue printed stapled wrappers, front cover considerably toned along edges, general light shelf wear; extensive notes in pencil and ink on last 2 leaves, else interior fine. Cornell only copy in OCLC.
Saigon: Economic and Financial Planning Division, 1964. Oblong 8vo, pp. 93; volume 1 (as stated on upper cover, and apparently all published), numerous graphs and tables. Covers a bit soiled and chipped at edges, else very good in original printed wrappers. OCLC locates only 2 copies, both in the UK.
Saigon: United States Agency for International Development, 1968. 4to, pp. 52; offered with "Education projects in the Republic of Vietnam", 1969, pp. 47; photographic illustrations, text in typescript; original pictorial wrappers (soiled), edges toned, corners a bit bumped from shelf wear; interior mostly fine. OCLC locates only 2 copies of the 1968 edition (Harvard & Library of Congress) & no copies of the 1969 edition.
[Saigon?]: USAID Office of Education, 1970. 4to, stapled typescript;  leaves, printed on rectos only; charts and graphs throughout; a bit toned, some dust soiling, minor shelf wear. Provides information on major objectives, the education pyramid in Vietnam, as well as statistical data on funds, teachers, and classroom construction. Not in OCLC.
[Saigon]: Nha Van-Hóa Bo Van-Hóa Giáo-Duc và Thanh-Niên, 1968. 2 volumes, 8vo; illustrations, facsimiles; original white wrappers (soiled) printed in red and black; spines a bit toned, foxing along top edge of volume 2, general shelf wear. Nos. 34 and 35 of the series "Van-Hóa Tùng-Thu'". A history of the North Vietnamese city of Hai Du'o'ng.
[Hanoi: printed at the Tien Bo Printing House, distributed by Xunhasaba, 1969.]. First edition in English (also printed in Russian, French, Chinese and Spanish), folio, pp. 36, ; numerous illustrations throughhout, printed music; very good in original pictorial wrappers. A tribute to the late leader of North Vietnam, issued as a special supplement to the English edition of the periodical Viet-nam.
Portland, Oregon: Indochinese Language Resource Center, 1980. Vietnamese edition, 4to, pp. , 142; text in English & Vietnamese, illustrated, covers lightly soiled, else very good in original blue printed wrappers. Copy supplied by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, Department of Health and Human Services (as stated on title page). Translation and layout by Thach-Nguyen and Loc-Vu.
[Saigon]: Hien Ðai, 1972. First edition, 8vo, pp. 203; 7 leaves of photographic plates, charts and tables in text throughout; original peach pictorial wrappers, minor shelf wear, else a fine copy. A critical study of Vietnamese folk music. The author, a Vietnamese musician born in Hanoi in 1921, would eventually move to the South before the 1954 Geneva Accords, eventually seeking asylum in the United States in 1975.
[Saigon? 1970 or after.]. 4to, pp. 34; printed from typescript; full-page generic plan of a village; pro-forma tables in the text; original cream and yellow printed wrappers stapled at the top corner, manuscript "LCDR Pozzi" at top right-hand corner of upper cover, corners dog-eared. A tool created by the Vietnam government to assist the village governments to complete its mission of identifying problems, coordinating plans, establishing priorities, and allocating resources and delegating work responsibility. Not in OCLC.
[Saigon?]: Nhà Sách Minh-Tâm, 1963. Slim 8vo, pp. 141, ; photographic illustrations throughout; original white pictorial wrappers (soiling), general shelf wear, interior very good. A religious history of the city of Tây Ninh (birthplace of the Cao Dài religion, established in 1926) and the city's Cao Dài Holy See. Not in OCLC.