Subseries consists of an agenda and reports from the two open meetings held between CAME and the delegation for the United States of America in April 1944. Documents are arranged in chronological order.
Subseries consists of agendas and summary reports of the meetings of the CAME Executive Bureau from 1943 to 1945. The subseries is arranged with the agendas in chronological order, followed by the summary records in chronological order.
Fonds consists of official documents and correspondence files produced by the Preparatory Commission in the course of its activities. The fonds is arranged into two series: Documents and Correspondence files.
Subseries consists of Staff circulars issued by the Preparatory Commission. The circulars were directed at staff to keep them informed of general administrative matters, such as, for example, the working hours or the transfer of the staff to Paris.
In 2004 UNESCO launched an electronic records management initiative in order to archive the growing number of e-mails and electronic documents. The collection is arranged based on the Secretariat's classification system for electronic records.
These sound records contain mostly floor recordings of conferences and other events, speeches of the Director General and other important persons and systematic recordings of all meetings of the General Conference and the Executive Board.
144 references to articles and addresses by William G. Carr, the former Executive Secretary, National Education Association, who participated from 1944 to 1946 in the preparation of the Statutes of the United Nations and of UNESCO.