Fonds - Collections

Identity area

Reference code

Title

Collections

Date(s)

  • 1919- (Creation)

Level of description

Fonds

Extent and medium

Context area

Archival history

The term "collection" is used to describe artificially assembled groups of documents (as opposed to an " archive group "), that is to say various groups of material assembled otherwise than as a result of normal administrative work or documents assembled (sometimes subsequently) in order to form a series, which unlike an archive group, does not give a complete picture of the activity of a given administrative unit. In other words, a collection is a group of documents or articles, which are isolated from their natural context. It covers League of Nations as well as UNOG collections.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Content and structure area

Scope and content

Conventions, Ratifications and other Diplomatic Instruments (League of Nations); Bulky Enclosures (League of Nations); Printed Documents (League of Nations); Brochures and Pamphlets (League of Nations); Daily Synopsis of Official Correspondence (League of Nations); Woodrow Wilson Collection (League of Nations); Museum (League of Nations); Visual Material (League of Nations and UNOG); Sound Archives (League of Nations and UNOG); Audiovisual Archives (League of Nations and UNOG); Microforms (League of Nations and UNOG).

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling

Accruals

System of arrangement

Conditions of access and use area

Conditions governing access

Public

Conditions governing reproduction

Language of material

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Other

Script of material

    Language and script notes

    Physical characteristics and technical requirements

    Finding aids

    Allied materials area

    Existence and location of originals

    Existence and location of copies

    Related units of description

    Notes area

    Alternative identifier(s)

    Scope ID

    264

    Access points

    Subject access points

    Place access points

    Name access points

    Description control area

    Description identifier

    Institution identifier

    Rules and/or conventions used

    Status

    Completed

    Level of detail

    Dates of creation revision deletion

    Language(s)

      Script(s)

        Sources

        Archivist's note

        Protection period duration: 0

        Archivist's note

        Protection period note:

        Archivist's note

        Permission: No permission necessary.

        Archivist's note

        Physical usability: Without limits

        Archivist's note

        Term of protection: Accessible (0)

        Accession area