Series S-0259 - Secretary-General's Working Group on the Secretariat Survey - subject files

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S-0259

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Secretary-General's Working Group on the Secretariat Survey - subject files

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  • 1947 - 1957 (Creation)

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No. of Boxes: 6

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Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General - 1946-1961:Cordier

Series consists of working papers, notes, minutes of meetings, reports, organizational charts, and correspondence relating to the activity of Secretary-General's Working Group on the Secretariat Survey in 1953-1955. Documented are functions and organizational structure of various departments and commissions within the Secretariat and proposals for their reorganization. Included are the surveys of the UN. organizations in New York, Geneva, London, Mexico etc. Correspondents are assistant to S-G on Conference and General Services David Vaughan, Principal Director of Department of Economic Affairs Roy Blough, and other top officials within departments and commissions.

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DAG 1/1.3.2.1, boxes 1-6

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