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Part II: Subject File, 1933-1976 (continued)
Official correspondence during Jessup's service as court representative at the United Nations General Assembly
(2 folders)
Papers and reports relating to judges' salaries and pension scheme
Permanent Commission on Conciliation between Chile and Norway
Southwest Africa case
Study Group on the International Court of Justice
[United States] Committee for...Repeal of Self-Judging Reservation
(1 folder)
BOX II:31 (2 folders)
International Institute for the Unification of Private Law
International Law Association
American branch
International Law Fund
International Organization
Kennedy, John F., death of
Koessler, Maximilian
Langer, Robert
Lauterpacht, Sir Hersch
BOX II:32 Members of Congress for Peace Through Law
Middle East, cooperation in legal education with Columbia University, New York, N.Y., and University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., law schools, 1954-1958, undated
(5 folders)
Morgan-Manhattan Storage and Warehouse Co.
Moore, John Bassett, papers
National Council of Churches of Christ
Naval War College, Newport, R.I.
BOX II:33 New York City Bar Association, New York, N.Y.
International Law Committee
Plattsburg, N.Y., State University College “Pathways to Peace” Program
Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.
Pollak, Louis H.
Rand Corp.
Rockefeller Foundation, 1956-1974
(2 folders)
Rothstein, David, book on the papers of John Marshall
Rudzinski, Aleksander Witold
Stason, Edwin B.
Taubenfeld, Howard
Truman, Harry S., Wake Island trip
BOX II:34 United Nations
Conference on the Law of the Sea See Container II:22, same heading
Memoranda and reports on Committee IV, judicial organization
Notes and memoranda, San Francisco conference, San Francisco, Calif., 1945
Notes on meetings of Committee IV, 1945
Reports of United States representatives, 1945-1947
Shirley Hazzard articles
United States Department of State Advisory Panel on International Law
Immunities of foreign governments
(1 folder)
BOX II:35 (2 folders)
International Court of Justice
War powers
(2 folders)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Vanderbilt Journal of Transactional Law
Debate with Father Daniel Lyons
WNET (New York television station) and British Broadcasting Corp. program on Nuremberg principles
BOX II:36 Lawyers Committee on American Policy Toward Vietnam
General, 1971-1973
(3 folders)
Jessup's letter to senators
Printed matter
(1 folder)
BOX II:37 (1 folder)
Weissberg, Guent
Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass.
William and Mary Law Review
Wilson, Woodrow
Wold, Terje
Woodrow Wilson Foundation
Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
Zarras, John
BOX II:38-49 Part II: Speeches and Writings File, 1938-1974
Correspondence, speeches, speech drafts, notes and outlines, invitations, and handwritten and typewritten drafts of books, articles, book reviews, poems, reports, and research notes.
Arranged by type of material and chronologically therein.
BOX II:38 Speeches
1949, Oct. 19, welcome to Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru at dinner
Dec. 8, Century dinner
Dec. 15, “A Review of the Palestine Conciliation Commissioner's Work,” State Department Bulletin, vol. 27
Mar. 21, “Reflections on the International Scene,” Columbia University, New York, N.Y., Dean's Day
Oct. 14, Inter-Faith Group
Oct. 15, India House
Oct. 21, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.
Dec. 2, Town Hall Club
“Intermediacy,” lecture no. 4
“International Law in 1953 A.D.”
Feb., New School for Social Research, New York, N.Y.
Apr. 8, Wilmington Rotary
July, Honolulu Press Association, Honolulu, Hawaii
Nov. 5, “Can We Go It Alone?” Opinions Unlimited, Falls Village
Young Democrats
Nov. 1, “Adlai Stevenson Is the Author of the Plan To End the War in the Middle East”
Foreign policy
Mar. 1, “American Foreign Policy,” Wilmington Rotary
Nov. 15, basic issues lecture, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
Feb. 27-Mar. 7, Thomas Cooley lectures, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
May 15, West Brooklyn Independent Democrats
June 11, Williamsburg, Va.
Oct. 1, “The Function of International Law in International Relations,” Army War College
“The International Opportunity,” Resources for the Future
Jan. 27, “American Diplomacy, Form and Substance,” Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Feb. 18, State Department Foreign Service Institute
Apr. 4, Thirteenth Annual AIRC Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
May 4, “An Uncertain Sound,” Conference Group of United States National Organizations on the United States, New York, N.Y.
June 14, broadcast, CBS News, invitation to learning
Nov. 29, “Modern Developments and Trends in International Law,” lecture, Helsinki, Finland
Dec. 15, “International Law as Applied in the Courts,” Delhi University, Bombay, India, law faculty
Jan. 3, Tunis
Jan. 30, “International Law in the Courts,” Colombo, Ceylon
Feb. 15, “Legal Problems of the UN,” Baghdad, Iraq
Mar. 2, PACC
BOX II:39 Dec., “Why Is the UN Located Here?” Public School 8, Brooklyn, N.Y.
1962, Oct. 5, American Association, Hague, Netherlands
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