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Specialized agencies

Series documents the relationship of Chef de Cabinet C. V. Narasimhan with specialized agencies including the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization - UNESCO, the World Health Organization - WHO, the International Atomic Energy Agency - IAEA, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade - GATT, the Food and Agricultural Organization - FAO, and the International Labour Organization - ILO. Correspondents include Secretaries-General U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, Director of the FAO A. H. Boerma, Director-General of the IAEA Sigvard Eklund, Director-General of the ILO David Morse, and Director-General of UNESCO Rene Mahere. Arranged alphabetically by agency and therein by subject.

General Services - subject files

Series documents administrative matters such as buildings management, security and safety, commercial management, communications, and archives and records management. Records consists of correspondence, memoranda, clear and code cables - numbered and unnumbered, committee meeting minutes, and United Nations official documents. Correspondents include Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, Under-Secretary for Public Information H. Tavares de Sa, Assistant Secretary-General of General Services David Vaughan, Controller Bruce Turner, Under-Secretary and Legal Counsel C. C. Stavropoulos, Director-General of United Nations European Office P. P. Spinelli, and Assistant Secretary-General of Personnel M. H. Gherab. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Personnel Services - subject files

Series documents staff appointments and assignments, staff transfers and promotions, advisory boards, personnel policy and procedures, recruitment, salaries, staff services, housing, and health and recreation. Records consist of correspondence, memoranda, code cables - numbered and numbered, monthly and advisory board reports, resumes of applicants, and United Nations official documents. Correspondents include Secretary- General U Thant, Under-Secretary and Director of Personnel Sir Alexander MacFarquhar, Assistant -Secretary-General M. H. Gherab, and Under-Secretary for Economic and Social Affairs Phillipe de Seynes. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Human Rights - subject files

Series documents activities of the Human Rights Division, particularly with respect to apartheid, appeals for clemency, American Indians, work of the Committee of Three, status of women, and Jewish citizenship. Records consist of correspondence, memoranda, clear and code cables - numbered, press releases, and meeting notes. Correspondents include Secretaries-General U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, Directors of Human Rights Division Marc Schreiber and J. P. Humphrey, Under-Secretary and Legal Counsel C. A. Stavropoulos, and representatives of human rights organizations. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Secretary-General's Travel and Trips

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, clear and code cables, telegrams, notes, invitations, programmes, press releases, itineraries and United Nations documents relating to trips made by the Secretary-General to overseas destinations and during the 1957 Christmas holidays to Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe. Includes communications between top eschelon offials at headquarters and travel destinations. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjold; Ralph Bunche, Under-Secretary-General - without a department; and Leo Malania, Assistant to the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General. Arranged alphabetically by country or destination.

Accession numbers: A/291, 63/208, A/384, 62/1104

Administrative issues - subject files

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, clear cables, periodic progress reports, some commission and committee minutes, and speeches and surveys relating to the general administration of the Secretariat. Subjects relate to facilities management and headquarters, personnel matters, departmental and organizational restructuring including organization charts - 1947-1948, 1948 budget issues, advisory committee recommendations, flag protocol, meeting agendas, communication policies including the establishment of a radio network in India, speeches by delegates in connection with their United Nations work, and the development of the United Nations International School. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjold; Leo Malania, Assistant to the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General; D.B. Vaughan, Assistant Secretary-General and Director of General Services; C.V. Narasimhan, Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs; Ralph Bunche, Under-Secretary-General - without a department; Brian Urquhart, Senior Officer to Ralph Bunche; and A. Sobolev, Assistant Secretary-General for Department of Security Council Affairs.

Accession numbers: A/399, 63/431, A/211, 62/1107, A/212, 62/1109, 62/1106, A/498, A/391, 62/1120, A/384, 62/1104, A/656

Headquarters Site Committee

Series consists of reports and proposals, correspondence and memoranda, architectural surveys and plans, and questionnaires relating to the planning of the interim and permanent site headquarters of the United Nations. Records relate to the meetings held with the United States to negotiate the placement of the seat of the United Nations; the move from Hunter College in New York City to the Sperry Gyroscope Company; and the New York City's Board of Estimate's Calendar Number 261 land conveyance for the United Nations site. Correspondents include Secretary-General Trygve Lie; Brian Urquhart, Personal Assistant to the Secretary-General; New York City Mayor William O'Dwyer; and A. Pelt, Assistant Secretary-General of Conference and General Services. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Accession numbers: A/212, 62/1106, A/399, 63/431

United Nations events - subject files

Series consists of correspondence and memoranda, incoming and outgoing clear cables and telegrams, press releases, newspaper clippings, and printed materials, such as, programmes and brochures, and speeches and photographs relating to the planning and coordination of United Nations events. Events recorded include Staff Day for 1955 and 1956; and the second, fifth, sixth and tenth anniversaries of the United Nations. The bulk of the material relates to the Tenth Anniversary of the Signing of the United Nations Charter held in San Francisco in 1955 including the activities planned in celebration of the day, such as, art exhibitions and banquets. Other subjects areas cover itineraries, protocol, programme committee plans, and congratulatory messages from governments and the public. Correspondents include Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold; D.B. Vaughan, Assistant Secretary-General and Director of General Services; R. Chestnutt, R. Gros, H. Freeman, E. van Kleffens and top echelon officials and diplomats from governments and missions offering congratulatory messages.

Accession numbers: A/399, 63/431, A/384, 62/1104, A/392, 62/1123, A/85, A/286, 63/133, A/211, 62/1107

Personnel administration - 500 series - numbered subject files

Series documents a variety of personnel matters such as recruitment, staffing, appointments, promotion, standards of conduct; acceptance of honours, decorations, favours and gifts, staff welfare and benefits, education benefits - United Nations International School, UNIS, staff relations, and appeals. Records consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, United Nations official documents, commercial publications, newspaper clippings, and press releases. Correspondents include Secretaries-U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, Deputy Chef de Cabinet and later Under-Secretary-for Special Political Affairs Jose Rolz-Bennett, Assistant Secretary-and Director of Services D. B. Vaughan, and Under-Secretary-for Department of Economic and Social Affairs Philippe de Seynes. Arranged in numbered subject categories.

Public interest and information - 700 series - numbered subject files

Series relates to public interest in issues such as peacekeeping operations - in the Middle East, in Namibia, and in Vietnam, educational services, photograph and film projects, Secretary-General's speaking engagements and appearances, the United Nations Bookshop and publications Records consist of correspondence - including with the public, newsletters, newspaper clippings, invitations, schedules, and United Nations official documents relating to the administration of the public relations function. Correspondents include Secretaries-General U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, and Deputy Chef de Cabinet and later Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs Jose Rolz-Bennett, . Arranged in numbered subject categories.

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