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S-0761 · Series · 1961 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, cables, and circulars. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: termination of contracts; housing; stolen furniture; construction of latrines; office space; accidents; officers mess; problems with Indian Brigade; utilities; PX; salaries; theft; refrigerators; ancillary services; and missing persons. Correspondents include R. Magloire, Finance Officer; David Renwick, Accomodations Officer; Captain K.K. Puri, Indian Brigade; G.R. Tomalin, Chief Security Officer; R. Bonner, Administrative Officer; R.E. Grindall, Chief Accomodations Officer; Samuel Last, Labour Supervisor; Nils Gussing, Chief Coordinator, Refugee Camp; G. Reinle, Inventory Controller; L. Weisberg, Chief PX Officer; and J.H. Amonoo, Acting Deputy Civilian Officer. Arranged chronologically.

S-0733 · Series · 1958 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, memoranda, lists, routing slips, minutes of meetings, job descriptions, handwritten documents, resumes, tables, travel authorization forms, accident reports, registers of death, standing orders, information circulars, terms of reference, press statements, diagrams, map overlays, translations, certificates, and forms. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administration; accidents; incidents; manning tables; duties; privileges; translation services; treatment of ONUC personnel by military police; taxation; thefts; appointments; missing personnel; salaries; local recruitment of staff; insurance; and medical issues. Correspondents include Carey Seward, Acting Director, Office of General Services; S. Habib Ahmed, Chief Administrative Officer, ONUC; Nancy A. Gray, Chief of Civilian Operations; Remy Gorge, Principle Legal Advisor and Political Advisor; U. Thant, Secretary-General; Maurice Gauvreau, Chief of Personnel; H. Pichler, Administrative Officer, Congo Fund; A.C. Gilpin, Deputy-Chief, Civilian Operations; and Jacques Schoellkopf, Chief of Civilian Personnel. Arranged in filing number order.

S-0763 · Series · 1960 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing cables, and code cables, administrative circulars, reports, correspondence, memoranda and message forms. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: logistics; situations reports; accommodations; flour file; movement control; air-ops; finance; political affairs; security issues; welfare issues; personnel issues; public works projects; evacuation plans; rabies epidemic; North Kivu refugee camp; violations of Rwanda's sovereignty; increase in illicit arms traffic; arbitrary arrest of ONUC personnel; provincial assembly activities; sale and purchase of UN bonds by U.S. and Swiss governments; strict control imposed on roads leaving Bukavu to prevent escape of people sought by Surete; suspension of Congo Advisory Meeting due to events of Cuban Missile Crisis; studies in an effort to integrate 40,000 Katangese Gendarmie into ANC or civilian life; employment of refugees; economic mission; and political and tribal differences in Kindu. Correspondents include F.W. Fitzgerald; Charles Brackenbury; John Grun; Sture Linner; B. Bernander; Klaas Cuperus; J. Podesta; C.A. Gaviola; Robert Gardiner; M. Khiary, S.H. Ahmed; V. Jerkovic; Robert Grindall; Nancy Gray; and Carey Seward. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

S-0741 · Series · 1952 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, code cables, rosters, drafts, reports, meeting minutes, survey results, bulletins, note-verbales, administrative circulars, agreements, and memoranda. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: transportation of UN staff and family members; housing of UN staff; assassinations; propaganda campaign by Katanga authorities; refugee camps; traffic and highway code regulations; personnel; rabies prevention; Red Cross; trips for personnel; civilian arrests; public works programs; evacuation of UN personnel; mercenaries; mining natural resources; black market traffic; living conditions in the Congo; budget planning; animal husbandry training centre; and education in the Congo. Correspondents include J.D.R. Kelly, Assistant to the Special Representative; F. Tickner, Chief, ONUC, Civilian Officer; V. Fabry, Legal Advisor; F.W. Tooby, Deputy Chief, Refugee Relief Coordinator; J. Rolz-Bennett, Chief, ONUC Civilian Officer; B. Grunsweig, Deputy Chief, Administrative Officer; R.K.A. Gardiner, Officer-in-Charge, Leopoldville; Ralph Bunche, Under-Secretary of the United Nations; Naomi Osborne, Chief of Civilian Personnel; Max Dorsinville, Officer-in Charge; A.C. Gilpin, Deputy Chief, Civilian Operations; James R. Brooks, Adjunct Chief, Civil Operations; Carey Seward, Chief Administrative Officer, ONUC, Leopoldville; and S. Linner, Chief of Civilian Operations, ONUC. Arranged in filing number order, and therein chronologically.

S-0781 · Series · 1960 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of cables, memoranda, correspondence, aide-memoires, reports, invoices, diagrams, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, maps, and itineraries. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: transport of pigs; delivery of medicine; air mission in Kassai; awarding of construction contracts; recommendation for ANC liason; petrol situation; rail problems; loss and damage of supplies during transport; closing of Lubilash bridge; tribal fighting; refugee situation; taxes; political prisioners; belongings of refugees; repatriation; incidents between Jeunesse and ANC soldiers; clergy; missionaries; troop activities; police activities; beatings, burlary, and raping of Europeans by Lumumba youth; looting; requests for air transport; illegal arrest of civilians by soldiers; road blocks; military patrols; complaints against ONUC troops; political refugees; repatriation of refugees; water supplies; electrical plants; and formation of new provinces. Correspondents include A. Succar, Deputy Chief Civilian Affairs Officer, Luluabourg; A.C. Gilpin, Special Assistant to the Officer-in-Charge; John Wood, Administrative Officer, Luluabourg; John Grun, Chief Refugee Relief Coordinator; R. Bossut, Regional Director; Ben Twigt, Chief Administrative Officer, Leopoldville; W. A. Duncan Smith, Director of Refugee Movement; M. Khiary, Chief of Civilian Operations; F.J. Tickner, Chief Civilian Affairs Officer; Ralph Bunch, Under-Secretary; C. Blom, Chief Civilian Affairs Officer; and M.E. Larcher, Chief of Public Works Program. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

S-0771 · Series · 1960 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, charts, diagrams, reports, memoranda, information circulars, bulletins, lists, minutes of meetings, telegrammes, certificates, agreements, translations, pamphlets, situation reports, base orders, maps, and forms. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: refugees; UN withdrawal; education programs for Congolese workers; ONUC personnel; repatriation; food supplies; efforts to increase power supplies; traffic rules; water supply; milk powder and vitamin supplements distribution; and schools. Correspondents include S. Habib Ahmed, Chief Administrative Officer, ONUC, Leopoldville; C.C. Von Horn, Supreme Commander, UN Organization in the Congo, Leopoldville; Col. J.J. Quinn, Deputy Chief of Staff; Robert Gardiner, Officer-in-Charge, ONUC, Leopoldville; Ralph J. Bunche, Under-Secretary for Special Political Affairs; C. Brackenbury, Chief, Field Administrative Unit; Carey Seward, Chief Administrative Officer; Carl Major Wright, Base Administrator, Kamina; A.C. Gilpin, Deputy Chief of Civilian Operations; and S. Linner, Chief of Civilian Operations. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

S-0748 · Series · 1958 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, incoming and outgoing cables, code cables, one book, drafts, minutes of meetings, personnel lists, directives and maps. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: personnel; administration; logistics; procurement; transportation and movement; book on regulations for UN Security Force; claims for loss and damage of personal property; guidelines for role of Field Administration Officer; interview results for administrative candidates; management of PX; promotions and recruitment; currency devaluation of Congolese Franc; morale, welfare and recreation for UN personnel; civilian and military leave policies; salaries and compensation; medical and dental issues; employment of Congolese individuals; accomodations for UNESCO and WHO personnel; general services; records of military deaths; investigations into food poisoning and theft; evacuation of Elizabethville; and motor vehicle issues. Correspondents include S. Habib Ahmed, Chief Administrative Officer; M. Khiary, Chief of Civilian Operatives; Naomi Osborne, Chief of Personnel; Nancy Gray, Chief of Civilian Personnel; Peter J. Hazou, Chief of General Services; Ben Twigt, Chief Administrative Officer, ONUC; George Lansky, Deputy Chief, Field Operatives; John A. Olver, Chief Administrative Officer; Albert Marx, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer; and Lt. General Sean Mac Eoin, Force Commander. Arranged in filing number order.

S-0729 · Series · 1960 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series documents ONUC's role as part of the UNTAB Counterpart Fund Committee. Records include correspondence, minutes, and associated types such as photographs, maps, vouchers, charts, news clippings, building blueprints, and diagrams. Projected documented include construction of secondary schools, National Telecommunications School, street construction, sanitary work, budget plans, meterology stations, road building and reconstruction, telecommunications, national education, surveys of roads, etc. Correspondents include: James R. Brooks, Deputy Chief, Civilian Operations; G.K.J. Amachree, Under-Secretary in Charge of Congo Civilian Operations; Eugene Adoboli, Programme Officer, Civilian Operations; Y. Yassir, Chief Finance Officer; H. Pichler, Chief Budget Officer; M. Larcher, Senior Consultatant, Office of Public Works; S. Habib Ahmed, Chief of Civilian Operations; Stuart T. Baron, Director, AID, Counsel of Embassy for Economic Affairs; and Vincent W. Brown, Assistant Director, US AID. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

S-0732 · Series · 1960 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, memoranda, tables, routing slips, progress reports, statements, drafts, translations, handwritten documents, bulletins, provisional summaries of meetings, job descriptions, and audit inspector reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: financial control of the Congo; Congo Fund; salaries; allowances; military staff; local staff; cost of living; and per diem. Correspondents include Ralph J. Bunche, Under-Secretary-in-Charge of Special Political Affairs; Helen Seymour, Deputy Director, Office of the Controller; B.F. Osorio-Tafall, Resident Representative, Director of Special Fund Programs; H. Pichler, Administrative Officer, Congo Fund; S. Habib Ahmed, Chief of Civilian Operations; Louis F. Thompson, Executive Officer, Congo Fund; A.C. Gilpin, Deputy Chief of Civilian Operations; and James R. Brooks, Deputy-Chief, Civilian Operations. Arranged in filing number order.

S-0758 · Series · 1960 - 1965
Part of United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC) (1960-1964)

Series created by Chief Administrative Officer S. Habib Ahmed and staff. Records include correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, and code cables. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: personnel issues; movement and transportation; procurement; finance; accomodations; burial of civilian personnel; refugee transfers; motor vehicle issues including acquisition, repair and 'cannibalization of'; travel; building contracts; subsistence suppliers; civilian operations; community development programs; rations and mess facilities; damage and loss to ONUC property; evacuation of 55 medical chimpanzees to Stanleyville; menacing and pillaging of missions; allowances, payments and salaries; blockade of Kamina Base; industrial diamond operations in Bakwanga; chicken farm project in Goma; water purification issues; starvation and malnutrition of children in Bakwanga; ONUC liquidation team and unnecessary arrests of ONUC personnel. Correspondents include B. Twigt; C. Brackenburg; Maurice Gavreau; Mr. Halbert; Mr. Wood; James W. Taylor; John A. Olver; Mr. Jerkovic; Mr. Marek; Roger Polgar; Mr. Azzam; C. A. Gaviola; Mr. Timbrell and Mr. Fitzgerald. Arranged alphabetically by subject.