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Civil service

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Collection

Archive of Erik Jensen

Correspondence and documents of Erik Jensen (b. 1933), former UN Under-Secretary-General, during his time with MINURSO (United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara).
Extents: 6.75 linear metres (45 boxes)
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1991-1998; 1991-2012
Collection

Archive of Michael Davies

Political and administrative drafts and papers of Michael Davies (b. 1944), senior United Nations civil servant.
Extents: 0.9 linear metres (6 boxes)
Dates: 1961-2012
Collection

Archive of Sir Matthew Nathan

Papers corresponding to the career of Sir Matthew Nathan (1862-1939), soldier and civil servant
Extents: 67.1 linear metres (671 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1868-1939
Collection

Diaries of Ethel Marjorie Wilson

Ethel Wilson's diaries.
Extents: 55 shelfmarks
Dates: 1928-82
Collection

Diaries of Humphrey Alan W. Morrice

Diaries relating to Morrice's service in the Sudan Irrigation Department (1936-1939, 1950-1954), and in the Royal Engineers and Sudan Defence Force (1940-1944), with trek notes, Sudan (1946-1948), and diaries of trips to India, USA, Africa, etc. (1950-1959).
Extents: 15 Volumes
Dates: 1936-1959
Single Item

Guard-book containing typescript copies of Oxford university lectures

Guard-book containing typescript copies of Oxford university lectures, 1943-1963.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Oxon. d. 360
Extents: 434 Leaves
Dates: 1943-1963
Single Item

Letters to Sir Philip Rogers

Letters to Sir Philip Rogers (1914-90)
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 2194
Extents: 136 Leaves
Dates: 1952-3, 1964-75
Collection

Martin Barber Archive

Correspondence and papers of Martin Barber, OBE, former director of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).
Extents: 3.3 linear metres (22 boxes)
Dates: 1974-2009
Collection

Papers of Maurice F. Headlam and Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam

Papers of Maurice F. Headlam, civil servant (1873-1956), of his brother Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam (1877-1955), and of other members of the Headlam family.
Extents: 3.12 linear metres (30 boxes)
Dates: 1871-1963