The Resource Jean Monnet American Sources : [Collection]

Jean Monnet American Sources : [Collection]

Label
Jean Monnet American Sources : [Collection], 1919-1988
Title
Jean Monnet American Sources
Title remainder
[Collection]
Inclusive dates
1919-1988
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
This collection of material consists of photocopied excerpts of collections taken from various Presidential and University libraries and archives, and also from the Department of State (NARA), which refer to Jean Monnet and his relationship with American officials and the US Administration's policies in connection with the "Victory Programme" and European integration. All aspects of Monnet's dealing with the US are covered in these documents, from his efforts to mobilise US armament production, his time spent in Algeria, his plan for the economic reconstruction of France in the aftermath of the World War II, the creation of the ECSC, his efforts for ratification of the EDC Treaty and the creation of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
Language note
Fonds and inventory in English
Location of originals duplicates
This collection of material consists of photocopied excerpts of collections taken from various presidential, University and Department of State (NARA) archives and libraries which refer to Jean Monnet and his relationship with American officials and US Administration's policies concerning the concept of European integration.
Label
Jean Monnet American Sources : [Collection]
Link
http://archives.eui.eu/en/fonds/155137?item=JMAS
Instantiates
Note
Descriptions are the property of the European University Institute (Historical Archives of the European Union), but can be freely used provided that reference is made to the source. Described by Mary Carr
Control code
FIEb17095797
Extent
2,5 linear meters, 190 files.
Governing access note
Unrestricted access
Immediate source of acquisition
The decision to gather this material on Jean Monnet was formalised in an agreement between the Jean Monnet Council represented by its President, Ambassador J. Robert Schaetzel and the George Washington University, represented by Dean Maurice A. East, the European University Institute (HAEU), represented by the former Principal, Emile Nöel, and the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe represented by its President, Mr. Henri Rieben. Sherrill B. Wells, Director of the Jean Monnet Documents Project, was granted permission to photocopy large sections of the David Bruce Diary relevant to Jean Monnet.
Organization method
Because this collection is artificial in terms of its creation (it is made up of excerpts of diverse collections from diverse sources, brought together because they deal with a specific topic), the material has been arranged according to the Library or institution in which the originals are kept, and within that unit the material is organised according to the collection they come from, and then according to subject matter. The original record code from the library or institution where they are housed on each document or file have been kept.
System control number
(OCoLC)933293625
Terms governing use
Different copyright rules depend on the rules governing copyright in the originating libraries. There is no photocopying allowed from the the papers of Dwight Morrow, John McCloy, Dean Acheson (Yale University), Walter Lippman, Robert Nathan, Shepard Stone and David Bruce. For all the documents, including photographs, permission to publish, including use in doctoral dissertations of any part of the material which makes up the JMAS collection, is prohibited. Authorisation to publish must be obtained in writing from the respective libraries where the originals are kept. Photographs may be subject to copyright restrictions.
Label
Jean Monnet American Sources : [Collection]
Link
http://archives.eui.eu/en/fonds/155137?item=JMAS
Note
Descriptions are the property of the European University Institute (Historical Archives of the European Union), but can be freely used provided that reference is made to the source. Described by Mary Carr
Control code
FIEb17095797
Extent
2,5 linear meters, 190 files.
Governing access note
Unrestricted access
Immediate source of acquisition
The decision to gather this material on Jean Monnet was formalised in an agreement between the Jean Monnet Council represented by its President, Ambassador J. Robert Schaetzel and the George Washington University, represented by Dean Maurice A. East, the European University Institute (HAEU), represented by the former Principal, Emile Nöel, and the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe represented by its President, Mr. Henri Rieben. Sherrill B. Wells, Director of the Jean Monnet Documents Project, was granted permission to photocopy large sections of the David Bruce Diary relevant to Jean Monnet.
Organization method
Because this collection is artificial in terms of its creation (it is made up of excerpts of diverse collections from diverse sources, brought together because they deal with a specific topic), the material has been arranged according to the Library or institution in which the originals are kept, and within that unit the material is organised according to the collection they come from, and then according to subject matter. The original record code from the library or institution where they are housed on each document or file have been kept.
System control number
(OCoLC)933293625
Terms governing use
Different copyright rules depend on the rules governing copyright in the originating libraries. There is no photocopying allowed from the the papers of Dwight Morrow, John McCloy, Dean Acheson (Yale University), Walter Lippman, Robert Nathan, Shepard Stone and David Bruce. For all the documents, including photographs, permission to publish, including use in doctoral dissertations of any part of the material which makes up the JMAS collection, is prohibited. Authorisation to publish must be obtained in writing from the respective libraries where the originals are kept. Photographs may be subject to copyright restrictions.

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