- AG 14-2--NAJMAN/1/4
Showing 254 resultsarchival descriptions
- 1rst September 2000
Memo From Dragoljub Najman to the Director-General Koïshiro Matsuura on the relations between the United States of America and the UNESCO.
- 24th october 1957
Copy of a correspondance from Jean Thomas to Picasso confirming him the asking of the Organization for its decoration as well as Picasso's fees for this work.
- 1949 - 1952
Mostly F.A.O publications
- 1946 - 1973
References to the files relating to UNESCO in the William Benton Papers.
Benton has been instrumental in founding UNESCO during his State Department years, and he continued to monitor its growth. He served as United States ambassador to UNESCO from 1963 to 1969.
- 1945 - 1951
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.
Paper copies of microfiche and inventories, handwritten notes and correspondence about the records on UNESCO preserved by the US National Archive in Washington
File of references
Copy of a file preserved by the Public Record Office, London:
Foreign Office File F.O. 924/638
Allied Education Conferences 1948
(on UNESCO, appointments, correspondence, election of the DG)