Comb given to J.B. Neilands at a banquet in a jungle shack on the eve of his departure from North Vietnam in March 1967. It was the custom to present each visitor with a small gift. The comb was carved from the remains of a downed U.S. airplane.
The Vietnam War: Popular Protest Comes of Age
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