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Maybe these guys were "cowboys" ???
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I didn't drive the General to the American Embassy very often, but when I did it was for "his" official business, and for "me" it was to gawk at the American secretaries

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American secretaries going to work at the American Embassy, downtown Saigon, 1967.

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American Embassy main entrance, downtown Saigon, 1967.

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American Embassy, downtown Saigon, 1967
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American Embassy, downtown Saigon, 1967

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Growing up in the mid-west (western Michigan) in a conservative WASP family, motorcycles and motor bikes were symbols of the rough, rowdy, rebellious crowd.

When I got to the big city of Saigon, Vietnam and saw that the majority of city transportation was by bicycle and motor bike, I was, again, fascinated by the way people rode around on motorbikes, especially the ladies.
The next few photos are some that I took, while driving around Saigon, of ladies on motorbikes, Saigon, 1967.
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