You can look at a large array of the Vietnam War photographs of the famed French photojournalist Francois Sully at a new site on the University of Massachusetts, Boston’s Healy Library’s web page. The site is part of an extensive catalog of Sully’s Vietnam War work that is archived at the library.
The collection also includes articles and clippings published in the United States and in South and North Vietnam, government and military press packages, captured documents, contact sheets, negatives, and submission sheets Sully sent to Newsweek , color slides, and military publicity photographs.
Francois Sully served withe the French Army in Vietnam in the 1940s. After his discharge in Saigon in 1947, he became a correspondent for Vietnamese and French publications. He lived in Saigon and worked for Newsweek from 1961 until his death in a helicopter crash in 1971.