Stephen H. Warner Fund

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Asian Studies, Peace Studies, Conflict Resolution

About the Donors

This fund was established by Esther and Harold Warner in memory of their son, Stephen Warner, Class of 1968, who was killed in Vietnam in 1971, three days before he was to return home.


While a student at Gettysburg College, Stephen was known for his interest in civil rights and social justice. After graduating he went to Yale Law School for one year before being drafted and assigned to the Army's public relations headquarters in Vietnam.

Stephen left behind a his photographs, notebooks, and other written commentary about the War, which are held in Special Collections.

Read more in the Spring 2008 Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter, p. 16.

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