In 1973, shortly after the United States and North Vietnam signed the Paris Peace Accords that ended U.S. participation in the Vietnam War, 591 U.S. prisoners of war began coming home. Some of them had endured more than seven years of imprisonment. Three decades later, writer Taylor Baldwin Kiland and photographer Jamie Howren Quinn wanted to explore what had happened to this group of extraordinary men. Over the course of 18 months, the two women traveled to 16 cities to interview and photograph 30 former POWs. From these efforts came the exhibit "Open Doors: Vietnam POWs Thirty Years Later," consisting of photographs and biographical profiles, three of which are sampled here.