Records, 1946-1975.


Records, 1946-1975.

Included are working files, 1946-1961, of the Armaments and Enforcement Measures Section containing correspondence, memos, reports, working papers, weekly (1951-1952) and semi-monthly (1952-1961) surveys of events, and miscellaneous other documents. Also included are records of the Atomic Energy Section. These consist of working files, including correspondence, reports, and monthly surveys of events; Atomic Energy Commission documents, including minutes, agendas, working papers, and credentials, 1946-1951; correspondence, petitions, and appeals from non-governmental organizations in New Zealand, Germany, Finland, Greece, and Japan against the atom bomb, 1950-1963, including the "Pauling appeal against the spread of nuclear weapons", 1963, with related correspondence; and general documents and working papers. The general documents include the minutes, agendas, memoranda, and other records of various committees and conferences including the Commission for Conventional Armaments, 1946-1949; the Geneva Conference on Measures Against a Surprise Attack, 1958; the Conference on the Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapons Tests, 1959-1960; and the Conference of the Ten Nation Committee on Disarmament in Geneva.

37.5 cubic ft. (31.3 linear ft.)






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Conference on the Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapons Tests (1958-1960) (corporateBody)

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United Nations. Dept. for Disarmament Affairs. (corporateBody)

Ten Nation Committee on Disarmament. Conference (1960 : Geneva, Switzerland) (corporateBody)

U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (corporateBody)

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Pauling, Linus Karl (person)

United Nations. Dept. for Disarmament Affairs. Atomic Energy Section. (corporateBody)

United Nations. Centre for Disarmament (corporateBody)