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Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Articles, Notes, and Reports, 1956-1964

Identifier: B436.02.0003.0006

Contains speeches by Ambassador Adlai Stevenson and Senator Jacob Javitz, report on the "Major Decisions of the 15th Assembly," notes, and articles.

Dates: 1956-1964

Ben Mark Cherrington Papers

Identifier: M126
Abstract Ben Mark Cherrington (1885-1980) served as acting Chancellor of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from October 1943 to February 1946. He also served as Director of the University of Denver Graduate School of International Studies and as Chair of the Graduate School. He waa a founder and the first exceutive director for the board of the Social Science Foundation. Cherrington was also an author of the Charter of the United Nations, and a co-founder of the United Nations...
Dates: 1911-1952; Majority of material found in 1911-1952

Box 1, 1947-1969 , bulk: 1960

 File — Box B436.01.0001: Series B436.01 [Barcode: U186023298915]
Identifier: B436.01.0001

This box contains one (1) scrapbook titled, "Charles Rosenbaum Member U.S. Delegation to the United Nations 1960." Additionally, there are folders with six (6) photos and a small folder or clippings related to the scrapbook and photographs.

Dates: 1947-1969 ; Majority of material found in 1960

Box 2, 1960

 File — B436.01.0002: Series B436.01 [Barcode: U186023258460]
Identifier: B436.01.0002

Charles Rosenbaum United Nations Papers

Identifier: B436
Abstract Charles Rosenbaum was born in Salem, Massachusetts on April 9, 1901 to Russian Jewish immigrants. The family moved to Denver in 1905, where his father died of tuberculosis. Charles Rosebaum peddled newspapers for the Rocky Mountain News when he was very young. He graduated from the University of Denver College of Law when he was twenty. He was named to the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration in 1957 and was a delegate to the United Nations in 1960. Charles Rosenbaum was in the...
Dates: Other: 1947-1969

Genevieve Fiore for Colorado Reflections

Identifier: couda-fiore

Genevieve Fiore, born in Wyoming, discusses her move to Colorado as a child, growing up on a vegetable farm, and growing up Italian. Fiore discusses her work with UNESCO, UN, UNICEF, and other international organizations since the 1940s. Her brothers served in WWII and discusses the impact of the war her family. Discusses her move to northern Denver neighborhood

Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Newsclippings, 1961-1972

Identifier: B436.02.0003.0010

File contains newsclippings about United Nations, trouble spots around the world, the battle of the communists and the western world. There are also articles about Dag Hammarskjold who was secretary general of the United Nations from 1953-1961. He was the second secretary general of the United Nations.

Dates: 1961-1972

Photograph of United Nations Delegation, 1960

Identifier: B436.01.0002.00001

Framed photograph of the "United States Delegation to the United Nations Fifteenth General Assembly, 1960." Signatures of delagates appear above their photograph. First row, seated from left to right: Francis Wilcox, Senator George D. Aiken, Ambassador James J. Wadsworth, Wayne L. Morse, and Mary Pillsbury Lord. Second row, standing from left to right: Frederick Payne, Frances E. Willis, Zelma George, Charles Rosenbaum, and Arthur Lamey.

Dates: 1960

Photographs, 1951-1960

Identifier: B436.01.0001.0001

Folder contains six photographs: Charles Rosenbaum at a desk, President Eisenhower golfing with Charles Rosenbaum at the Green Gables Country C, Judge Rosenbaum head shot, Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (1957 in Geneva), Charles, Louise, and Stanton Rosenbaum greeting Hubert Humphrey at a B'nai B'rith Dinner, and a luncheon for President Eisenhower given by Rosenbaum on 9-12-1955 after golfing at the Green Gables Country Club.

Dates: 1951-1960

Speeches and Transcripts, October 11-31, 1960

Identifier: B436.02.0003.0007
Abstract Contains speeches and transcripts of United Nations sessions concerning the U-2 spy plane incident and colonialism. Nikita Krushchev, in long speeches, attacked the United States and Dag Hammarskjold. Dag Hammarskjold was the secretary general of the United Nations from 1953 until his death in a plane accident. Khrushchev wanted to remove Hammarskjold as secretary general and suggested that the United Nations be ruled by a three person board representing the Western nations, communist...
Dates: October 11-31, 1960

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Collection 2
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Speeches 3
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 2
Communism 2
Soviet Union 2