Greater Hartford Chapter of UNESCO records, 1949-1965.


Hook, Keith, b. 1917. Greater Hartford Chapter of UNESCO records, 1949-1965.

Greater Hartford Chapter of UNESCO records, 1949-1965.

Papers and records compiled by the officers of the Greater Hartford Chapter of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Incorporated in 1950, the papers reflect activity until 1965. Within the collection is one reel-to-reel tape, believed to be a message by Sir Alfred Zimmern. Papers and records from the chapter's treasurers, secretaries, and chairmen form the bulk of the collection. Other items include membership lists, UN Day program material, a variety of UN/UNESCO publications, account books, and copies of the by-laws. Among the officers were Sir Alfred Zimmern (Chairman), Charles C. Cunningham (Chairman), Keith Hook (Treasurer), John Woodard (Treasurer), Eleanor B. Wolf (Secretary), and Olga Erickson (Secretary).

2.5 linear feet (5 boxes).

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UNESCO (corporateBody)

Erickson, Olga, 1899-1977. (person)

Woodard, John, 1897-1982. (person)

Hook, Keith, b. 1917. (person)

Wolf, Eleanor B., 1909-2002. (person)

Zimmern, Alfred, 1879-1957 (person)

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Cunningham, Charles Crehore, 1910-1979 (person)

Charles Crehore Cunningham (1910-1979) was a museum curator and lecturer, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute of Williamstown, Mass. From the description of Oral history interview with Charles Cunningham, 1977 Apr. 18-19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 779477483 In 1950 Sterling and Francine Clark chartered the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute as a home for their extensive art collection. Opened to the public in 1955, the Institute has built upon this extraord...