Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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 Educational...
Dates: 1911-1952; Majority of material found in 1911-1952
Overview The records cover material of the Mile High Chapter of United Nations Association of the United States, Inc. and UNESCO, formerly the Castle Rock (Colorado) Unit of the World Association of Mothers for Peace (WMP). The WMP was originally founded in 1947 by Rev. Victoria Booth Demarest to foster world peace through the work of mothers. The first organized meeting of the Castle Rock unit was held on November 29, 1950. Meetings were held each month until March, 1971, and the unit was...
Overview 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