Series consists of letters, memoranda, clear cables, numbered and unnumbered code cables (including drafts of cables), miscellaneous reports, and United Nations documents. Relates to the United Nations missions established to assist Libya in the formation of a constitution and independent government. These missions include: the UN Commissioner in Libya, the UN Council in Libya, and the UN Tribunal in Libya. Documented are administrative and technical assistance matters, and negotiations between United Nations representatives and Libyan officials. Correspondents include: Andrew W. Cordier, Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General Trygve Lie, top mission officials (including the UN Commissioner in Libya A. Pelt) and Libyan officials (including the Prime Minister). Arranged in broad subject categories.
Series consists of letters (primarily originals), memoranda, clear cables, numbered code cables, speeches (copies), some commission minutes, Commission reports (originals), drafts of Eritrean constitution, a map of Eritrea, and United Nations documents relating to the UN Commission for Eritrea. Documented are updates on Commission's progress, updates on Eritrea political events, updates on the UN Tribunal in Eritrea activities, the Commission's finances and personnel matters. Correspondents include Andrew W. Cordier, Secretary-General Trygve Lie, and the Commission's Principal Secretaries (P.J. Schmidt, Egon Ranshofen-Wertheimer and Eduardo Anze Matienzo). Arranged in broad subject categories.
Series consists of letters, clear cables, memoranda, progress reports, a map of Somaliland, a photograph of Somaliland (3x10in.b&w), and United Nations documents, relating to the UN Advisory Council for Somaliland. Documented are updates on Council's activities and progress, an Council financial and personnel matters. Correspondents include Andrew W. Cordier, Secretary-General Trygve Lie, the Council's Principal Secretary Egon Ranshof-Wertheimer, and Somali citizens. Arranged in broad subject categories.
S-0723 United Nations Advisory Council in Somaliland
S-1559 Division of Trusteeship in AG-033 Department of Trusteeship and Information From Non-Self-Governing Territories fonds
*S-1716 Field Service Section - Missions and Commissions Administratives Files: Somaliland in AG-031 Field Operations Service and Successory bodies
Series consists of letters, memoranda, clear cables, numbered code cables, reports of the UNCI Principal Secretary, press releases, texts of the General Assembly President's speeches and broadcasts (copies), and United Nations documents relating to UNCI administration, as well as information on military developments and political negotiations with representatives of the Netherlands and Indonesia. The reports are addressed to the Principal Director of the Department of Security Council Affairs D. Protitch. Most of the letters are Andrew W. Cordier's copies of correspondence between the Principal Secretary J.A. Romanos and Protitch. Cordier's correspondence is primarily with Romanos. Arranged in broad subject categories.
*S-0681 Subject files of the Good offices Committee and United Nations Commission for Indonesia
Series consists of letters, clear cables, numbered code cables, UNCIP reports (typescript), press releases, news clippings, and United Nations documents (including UNCIP reports). Relates to UNCIP operations and progress, and UNCIP administration including personnel and financial matters. Correspondents include: Andrew W. Cordier, Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General Trygve Lie, Leo Malania, and UNCIP officials including the Principal Secretary Erik Colban, military advisors, and the UN Plebiscite Administrator for Jammu and Kashmir. Arranged in broad subject categories.
Series consists of a log entitled "UNMOGIP reports on complaints and violations" consisting of cease-fire and border violations alleged by India or Pakistan about the other (typescript). Information includes complaint particulars and the Chief Military Observer's decisions on whether a violation had in fact occurred. Reports dated 1949-1957 are initialled by H. R. Nimmo, the Chief Military Observer. Until 1958 the log was filed in two binders (with custom-printed covers); thereafter, log pages were not necessarily filed together. Some reports from 1959-1960 and from 1964 were interfiled, some of them formatted as correspondence, with series 13 - 'Incident files relating to UNMOGIP.' Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of reports submitted to the Executive Assistant (Andrew Cordier), and later to the Under Secretary-General (Bunche), by the Chief Military Observer (typescript), reporting on all aspects of UNMOGIP. The administration reports, which were issued monthly (January 1951 to October 1953), report on the numbers of observers and changes in personnel, as well as on their medical problems, and on other matters such as equipment, flights, transportation, and communications. The operations reports, issued twice per month (numbered 1 through 356, dated November 1950 to September 1965), contain summaries of complaints and incidents. Arranged by type of report.
Series was created and maintained by the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General, Andrew Cordier (in the position 1946-1961) and by the Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs, Ralph Bunche (in the position 1958-1972). Records consist of letters, memoranda, clear cables, numbered code cables, lists of observers, observer performance references, and observer guidelines, relating to the staffing of the observer contingent for UNMOGIP. Primary correspondents include: the Chief Military Observer, other UNMOGIP officials, and representatives of those missions whose countries were providing observer personnel. Arranged chronologically.
Series consists of a chronological sequence of letters, numbered code cables, pages from the violations log (most of which is with series 8), all relating to UNMOGIP's reporting on violations, incidents, and a local demonstration. Early records are those of Andrew Cordier, Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General, and later records were those of Ralph Bunche, Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs. One incident case file ('Nekowal incident' 1955-1956) contains letters, news clippings, telexes, and a map showing Nekowal area (manuscript). The primary correspondent is the Chief Military Observer. Arranged chronologically.