Vietnamese Soldiers Trudge Past a Grieving Mother Praying for Daughter and Daughter-in-Law in Their Coffins
Vietnamese soldiers trudge past a grieving mother praying for daughter and daughter-in-law in their coffins. Both were killed during heavy fighting between ARVN troops and Viet Cong as the Viet Cong attacked An Nhon hamlet in Go Vap District, Gia Dinh Province. At the same time others were striking at the capital city and other areas of the Republic as the populace celebrated the TET (new year - The Year of the Monkey) season on the early morning hours of January 31, 1968. Photo by Dougls Pike.
Betsy Specketer is the long and highly decorated women’s basketball coach at Salt Lake Community College. After coaching for 10 years at an Illinois high school, Specketer joined former SLCC coach Monica Starrett’s staff in 1994. She became the head coach in ’96, coinciding with the Bruins’ move from the old South High School gym to the Lifetime Activities Center on the Taylorsville campus. Specketer was head coach for nearly two decades as of these photos.
Color photographs of the 2020 Unsung Sheroes Awards Luncheon. An event held in the Oak Room at the Student Center during Woman's History Month. In the event various of awards are given members of the college community.
Celebrating the Creativity and Wisdom of Women: 9th Biennial Utah Women Artists' Exhibition 1997
"Celebrating the Creativity and Wisdom of Women" displays works by Utah women artists. Most of the artwork is narrative with social content, focusing on a variety of issues with unique perspectives. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
Photos of the Salt Lake Community College Women's Basketball team, 2014-2015. Betsy Specketer was Head Coach with Marcilina Grayer and Kehana Grayer as the Assistant Coaches. Team members were Raushan Gultekin, Cassidy Whitney, Clarissa Sabedra, Shelby Richards, Rachel Vandertoolen, Caroline Lantor, Elsa Paulsson Glantz, Tanesha Daniels, Ashlynn Smith, Ma'ata Epenisa, Tara Goldman.
‘Sailor and his girl, Kings Cross 1970-71’ ‘Golden Orchid, Kings Cross 1970-71’ Seeking respite from a brutal war, many United States servicemen chose to spend their precious seven days of rest and recreation (R&R) in Australia. This, in many cases, meant Sydney’s Kings Cross. These candid shots show American servicemen enjoying their few days of leisure in one of Australia’s most notorious red light districts. Some wait outside strip clubs keen to enjoy the sexual services for which the Cross was becoming famous, others are engaged in more innocent pursuits, shopping for souvenirs or just hanging about the streets. Photographer Rennie Ellis took this picture during the final six months of the R&R scheme in 1970–71.