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Missions and Commissions records

Series consists of incoming and outgoing code and clear cables - numbered and unnumbered, correspondence, press releases, reports, newspaper clippings, booklets on the International Red Cross, photographs of an investigation into the death of ICRC - Red Cross workers in the Congo, and maps of the Kashmir and Indus Basins. Files include a report entitled Review and Analysis of Developments in Guinea from 1 July to 3 August 1960, Report of the United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea - 1972, report from the United Nations Temporary Executive Authority - UNTEA on projections regarding education in West Irian - West New Guinea for 1963-64, report on the United Nations Malaysia Mission detailing information on the political structures of the regions of Malaysia - 1963, press release regarding the United States bombing of Hanoi, and papers relating to the proposed draft communique establishing diplomatic relations between Thailand and Cambodia - 1963. Correspondents include United Nations Commissioner in Libya Adrian Pelt, Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General Andrew Cordier, Secretary-Generals Dag Hammarskjold and U Thant, Under-Secretary for Inter-Agency Affairs Martin Hill, and Under-Secretary for Special Political Affairs Jose Rolz-Bennett. Arranged alphabetically by country or mission.

Code cables - cities

UN. Chef de Cabinet - 1961-1973: Narasimhan; 1979-1981: Ahmed; 1982-1993: Dayal
UN. Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General - 1974: Kittani and Ismat; 1975: Ahmed and Kittani; 1976-1978: Ahmed

Series consists of incoming and outgoing code cables - numbered and unnumbered including memorandums and situation reports. Correspondence is between top eschelon United Nations - UN officials at New York headquarters and United Nations personnel based in cities, such as Nicosia, Damascus, Bangkok, Baghdad, Luanda, Jerusalem, Tegucigalpa, Srinagar, Zagreb, and Windhoek. Subject matters discussed relate to administrative issues including office operations, personnel, facilities management and travel arrangements; humanitarian activity; political events; security matters; and the activities of peace-keeping and observer missions. Code cables are contained in boxes 1 through 72; requests for code clearances are located in box 73. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Javier Perez de Cuellar, Kurt Waldheim, and U Thant; Jean-Claude Aime, Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General and later Chief of Staff; and Under-Secretary-General of Special Political Affairs M. Goulding.

Accession numbers include: 89/29, boxes 1-6; 92/70, boxes 1-15; and 94/22, boxes 1-2.

Actual series size: 73 boxes.

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Martin W. Hill - numbered subject files

League of Nations - 1927-1946: Hill;

UN. EOSG/OSG - 1946: Hill;
UN. EOSG/OSG/Office of Special Advisors - 1947-1948: Hill;

UN. EOSG/OSG/Deputy Executive Assistant and Coordinator of Specialized Agencies and Economic and Social Matters - 1949: Hill;
UN. EOSG/OSG/Coordinator of Specialized Agencies and Economic and Social Matters - 1950-1954: Hill;

UN. OSG/Deputy Under-Secretary of Department of Economic and Social Affairs - DESA - 1955-1957: Hill;

UN. OSG/Deputy Under-Secretary and Personal Representative of Secretary-General to Specialized Agencies - 1958-1966: Hill;

UN. OSG/Under-Secretary and Personal Representative of Secretary-General to Specialized Agencies - 1967: Hill;

UN. OSG/Assistant-Secretary-General of Inter-Agency Affairs - IAA/DESA - 1968-1969;

UN. OSG/Assistant- Secretary-General/IAA/DESA - 1970: Hill;

UN. EOSG/OSG - 1971:Hill;

UN. Special Fellow/UNITAR - 1972-1976: Hill

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, code cables, committee notices, minutes and agendas, reports, news clippings, press briefings, books, pamphlets, handbooks, United Nations documents, organization charts, speeches and invitations of files created and maintained by Martin W. Hill during his various positions at the United Nations. There are some background documents relating to the League of Nations ranging in date from 1930 to 1946, but the bulk of the material is from 1944 to 1976.

Subject areas include the Department of Economic and Social Affairs consisting of reports of working groups, regional commissions, and conference and administrative questions; draft studies, proposals and recommendations for implementation of the structural and organization of the Secretariat and affiliates, such as UNICEF, UNESCO and UNITAR; technical assistance; correspondence with non-government organizations; repatriation; tourism and travel; budget; natural disasters; political, economical and social matters; peaceful uses of atomic energy;and Economic Commission for Europe. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Trygve Lie, Dag Hammarskjöld, U Thant, and Kurt Waldheim; Controller Bruce Turner; Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General Andrew Cordier; Chef de Cabinet C.V. Narasimhan; Under-Secretary of DESA Philippe de Seynes; W.R. Malinowski, Chief Regional Commission Section/ECA; and Dr. H.L. Keenleyside, Director-General/ Technical Assistance Administration. Accession number: 1992/003, boxes 1-54 - boxes 14 through 18, numbered files #187-242 are missing.

Administrative services - 100 series - numbered subject files

Series documents general administrative activities of General Services, Geneva office operations, records management, Telecommunications, Buildings and Facilities management, Travel and Transportation, restaurant facilities, real estate transactions, and security matters. Records consist of correspondence, reports, memoranda, United Nations official documents, and clear cables. Correspondents include Secretaries-General U Thant and Kurt Waldheim, and Under-Secretary and Director of General Services D. B. Vaughan. Arranged in numbered subject categories.

Legal issues - 300 series - numbered subject files

Series documents matters of international criminal law and jurisdiction, privileges, immunities and legal status involving host country relations, incidents regarding governments, personnel, copyright protection, and taxation. Records consist of correspondence, memoranda, United Nations official documents, and newspaper clippings. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Dag Hammarskjold and U Thant, Director of United Nations Office in Geneva P. P. Spinelli, Legal Counsel C. A. Stavropoulous, and Assistant Secretary-General for Inter-Agency Affairs I. Kittani, . Arranged in numbered subject categories.

International Commission of Control and Supervision - ICCS / Vietnam - reports

UN. EOSG/OSG/ Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs - 1971-1978: Guyer
UN. EOSG/OSG/Assistant Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs - 1973: Urquhart

Series consists of reports forwarded to the Secretary-General for information purposes in accordance with Article 6 - b of the Acts of the International Conference on Viet Nam. Includes International Commission of Control and Supervision Military Committee reports of investigations of alleged incidents, such as, mine explosions, demonstrations, alleged attacks, and restaurant explosions. Also includes transcripts, copies of photographs, memoranda for record, correspondence and United Nations documents. Correspondents include Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim; Deputy Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General Georg Hennig; Chair and Head of Hungarian Delegation to ICCS Ferenc Estzergalyos; and Major General Ferenc Szucs, Commander of the Hungarian Military Contingent and Chair of the ICCS Military Committee.

Accession number: A/745.

Actual series size: 1 box.

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Africa - Subject Files - Sir Robert Jackson

Senior Consultant to the Administrator, UNDP - 1971: Robert Jackson; Under-Secretary General, Coordinator - UN Assistance to Indo-China, Zambia, Cape Verde - 1975-1979: Jackson

Series consists of correspondence, notes and newspaper clippings relating to Aswan High Dam debate, UNDP/FAO project at the Lake Nasser Development Centre in 1971 and of the correspondence, reports and notes relating to the assistance and international contributions to Cape Verde Islands in 1975. Correspondents include the Prime Minister of Cape Verde Islands Pedro Pires and Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim.

Accession numbers are unknown.

Former series: DAG1/1.3.1.0.8 - 1/2 box, 1.3.1.0.9 - 1/2 box

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