Administration - General; Branch Office of the United Nations; New Delhi Information Centre; staff amenities, leisures, services and activities; correspondence and records; holidays, leave, attendance and overtime; post, telegraph, telephone, and teleprinting; Staff Committee and Associations; staff rules and regulations; establishment; Staff Retirement Funds; UN Social Security Scheme, staff sickness and accidents insurance and life insurance; travel arrangements, removal and local transport; disposal of League of Nations Archives; Administrative Tribunal for the United Nations; Joint Housing Service.Untitled
General and miscellaneous; land and buildings and estates; furniture and supplies; loan of buildings, rooms, staff, services and offices; supervision of buildings and neighbouring grounds; motor car service; construction of new building and extension; ITU-WMO building.UNOG Registry
The collection contains items concerning Mr. Aghnides's career with the League of Nations, namely his activities with the Press Bureau of the Legation of Greece in London, the Minorities Section, the Disarmament Section, the Political Section (1918-1930). It includes also Aghnides' mission and activities as Director of the Disarmament Commission and as Under Secretary-General.
There are 4 black and white photos about Thanassis Aghnides, Salter James Arthur and Antoine Faroustou.
There are books.Aghnides, Thanassis
Records of this International Association of Journalists Accredited to the League of Nations (twelve boxes).Association internationale des journalistes
The greater part of Joseph Avenol's papers (Deputy Secretary-General 1923-1933, Secretary-General, 1933-40) are kept by the Archives of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The seventeen files kept here (two of which consist of photostats) are of varied provenance and content. Among the papers are, for example, an interview with Avenol conducted by Stephen Schwebel (author of "The Secretary-General of the United Nations", 1952) and letters written about Avenol after his death.Avenol, Joseph Louis