The Ron Seney USO Collection (M 69) in Meyer Library’s Special Collections and Archives contains items from Missouri State University alum, Ron Seney, documenting his participation in two USO tours with MSU’s Theatre and Dance Department (Wonderful Town for five weeks in 1968 in southeast Asia, and the “Happy Hour ’69” variety show for nineteen weeks in 1969 in Alaska and southeast Asia). Mr. Seney had actually graduated by the fall of 1968, but he re-registered for a semester in order to participate in the tour. The collection includes information on the productions (e.g., programs), correspondence, and memorabilia from the groups’ travels (such as tickets, brochures, and maps). Students were required to write a report on the 1968 tour, and this collection also includes drafts of Mr. Seney’s final report. Part of the 1968 material also documents the students’ visits to a women’s college in Seoul, a Japanese movie set, a Korean girls’ high school, and an abacus contest. The 1969 material includes, in part, the itinerary from Alaska, a photograph from a Japanese naval academy where they performed a show, and Mr. Seney’s selective service paperwork allowing him to leave the country. To see this collection or for more information, contact or visit Special Collections and Archives.