Colonel Henry Tufts Papers
Tufts, Henry H.
6.0 Linear Feet (12 manuscript boxes)
The Tufts Papers contain case files,
related documents, internal USACIDC administration and operational papers, and application
of USACIDC resources. The Administrative Files consist of background and history of the
USACIDC, as well as biographical information on Tufts, including a transcript of an
interview, and some brief biographical sketches on other military personnel. Correspondence
contains letters and memoranda between Tufts and other military personnel. The largest
series, Case Files, concerns criminal investigations which Colonel Tufts directed, including
the one convened for the My Lai Massacre. Additional cases involve other war crimes, murder,
drug trafficking, drug use, bribery, rape, corruption, racketeering, illegal use of
government property, etc.
The material is in
University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center), Joseph A. Labadie Collection