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Guide to the Records of Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties WAG.037

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties
Source: Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.)
Source - dnr: Taylor, Betty Kaye, -2011
Title: Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties Records
Dates [inclusive]: 1943-1984
Dates [bulk]: 1960-1979
Abstract: The Ad Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties was organized in the spring of 1964 by some 35 national voluntary organizations for the purpose of encouraging the United States government to commit itself, through ratification of four United Nations conventions (dealing with Genocide, Slavery, Forced Labor and the Political Rights of Women), to the building and strengthening of a body of international law in the field of human rights. The first such measure, concerned with the basic, inviolable right to life itself, was the Genocide Convention. Developed in the highly charged atmosphere of the years immediately following the Holocaust, it was adopted unanimously by the UN General Assembly in 1948 and signed, but never ratified, by the United States. The Committee's task was to overcome legislators' resistance to ratification, through direct lobbying, publicity campaigns and outreach to sympathetic sectors of the U.S. population. Under the leadership of its Executive Secretary, Betty Kaye Taylor (a long-time staff member of the Jewish Labor Committee) the Committee mobilized labor, civil rights, civil liberties, religious and fraternal organizations, and achieved a steadily growing body of support from Democratic and liberal Republican senators. But Congressional opposition and public indifference proved intransigent. The campaign was to last much longer, and was strewn with more bitter disappointments, than the organizers of the Committee could have imagined; ratification was finally achieved in 1986. The collection includes administrative records, publicity materials, reports, clippings, articles, and extensive correspondence with prominent supporters of ratification.
Quantity: 6 Linear Feet (6 boxes)
Location: Materials stored offsite and advance notice is required for use. Please contact tamiment.wagner@nyu.edu at least two business days prior to research visit.
Mixed Materials [Box]: 1-6
Call Phrase: WAG.037

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Historical/Biographical Note

The Ad Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties was organized in the spring of 1964 by some 35 national voluntary organizations for the purpose of encouraging the United States government to commit itself, through ratification of four United Nations conventions (dealing with Genocide, Slavery, Forced Labor and the Political Rights of Women), to the building and strengthening of a body of international law in the field of human rights. The first such measure, concerned with the basic, inviolable right to life itself, was the Genocide Convention. Developed in the highly charged atmosphere of the years immediately following the Holocaust, it was adopted unanimously by the UN General Assembly in 1948 and signed, but never ratified, by the United States. Despite President John F. Kennedy's support for ratification of all four conventions, expressed in addresses to the U.S. Senate and the UN General Assembly in the summer and fall of 1963, Congressional resistance to ratification proved to be deeply entrenched. The Committee's task was to overcome that resistance, through direct lobbying, publicity campaigns and outreach to sympathetic sectors of the U.S. population. The campaign was to last much longer, and was strewn with more bitter disappointments, than the organizers of the Committee could have imagined.

The organizations comprising the Ad Hoc Committee represented a wide range of civil liberties, religious, labor and fraternal groups, among them the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Friends Service Committee, the American Veterans Committee, B'nai B'rith, Hadassah, the Industrial Union Department of the AFL-CIO, the Jewish Labor Committee, the NAACP, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the United Church of Christ, the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, the Workmen's Circle, the Ukrainian National Association and several individual trade unions. Through the National Conference of Christians and Jews the Committee forged close ties with the social action wings of a number of Christian and Jewish denominations. The United Nations Association put the Committee in touch with liberal supporters of the UN nationwide, and by using its connections to the AFL-CIO and the Jewish Labor Committee the Committee garnered support throughout the labor movement.

The day-to-day work of the Committee was coordinated by its able Executive Secretary, Betty Kaye Taylor. Born in Freeport, Long Island, Betty Kaye attended Freeport High School and the Morris High School in the Bronx. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1946 and went to work as an organizer, based in Chicago, for the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union. Beginning in her high-school years she had been a political activist as a member of the Young People's Socialist League, and was eventually recommended by Daniel Bell to become an employee of the Jewish Labor Committee. She worked with JLC staffer (and Warsaw Ghetto survivor) Jerzy Glicksman in Chicago and transferred to the JLC's national office in New York in 1948. There she coordinated the work of the JLC's field representatives, edited Labor Reports (a JLC news service) and later became an assistant to the National Director. Bette Kaye Taylor remained on the JLC staff during her years of service to the Ad Hoc Committee. When she retired from the JLC in 1981, the work of the Committee was carried on by Hyman Bookbinder of the American Jewish Committee. Throughout the life of the Committee its work was greatly assisted by William Korey, foreign affairs director of B'nai B'rith and a leading scholar in the field of international human rights.

In the course of its years of work, the Committee won the support of an impressive roster of prominent individuals, in and out of Congress. But its efforts met a long string of defeats. Although President Truman had urged ratification of the convention, xenophobia, isolationism, public indifference and the exigencies of superpower politics proved to be insuperable obstacles during four decades of Democratic and Republican administrations alike. In 1967 the Committee's staunchest Congressional champion, Senator William Proxmire, delivered the first of innumerable speeches (sometimes daily statements) on the subject over the next twenty years. Throughout the horrors of Biafra, East Pakistan and Rwanda, the Senate continued to turn a deaf ear. After the Khmer Rouge atrocities in Cambodia became public several senators joined the battle for ratification, still to no avail. Ironically, as historian Brian Urquhart has pointed out (NY Review of Books, April 25, 2002, p.13), it was in the wake of the public relations disaster of President Ronald Reagan's visit to the SS graves at Bitburg, Germany, that the treaty was finally ratified. Even this gesture of concession to public outrage was undermined by a number of provisions immunizing the U.S. against the possibility of ever being charged with genocide. The vote in the Senate was 83 in favor, 11 against and 6 not voting; the U.S. was the 98th country to ratify the convention.

Sources:

  • William Korey, "The United States and the Genocide Convention: Leading Advocate and Leading Obstacle," Ethics and International Affairs, Vol. 11 (1997), pp. 271-290.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection includes administrative records of the Ad Hoc Committee (reports, financial records, internal correspondence, etc.) as well as a comprehensive collection of the outreach and publicity materials generated during the campaign for U.S. ratification of the Genocide and other UN conventions (flyers, conference programs, mass mailings, magazine articles, clippings, statements from the Congressional record, etc.). The collection also includes numerous resolutions passed by member organizations in support of the campaign and polls of Congressional opinion on the issue.

Notable individuals represented in files of correspondence with supporters of the Committee's work are Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Jimmy Carter, Senator William Proxmire, Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Senator J. William Fulbright, Senator Jacob K. Javits, Senator Edward M Kennedy, Arthur J. Goldberg, William Korey, David Dubinsky, Herschel Halbert, Telford Taylor and Martin Luther King, Jr., among others.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Organized into 1 series:

Missing Title

  1. I, General Files, 1943-1982.

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Proxmire, William.
  • Goldberg, Arthur J.
  • Korey, William, 1922-2009
  • Taylor, Betty Kaye, -2011
  • Taylor, Betty Kaye, -2011

Document Type

  • Fliers (printed matter)
  • Reports.
  • Press releases.
  • Correspondence.
  • Clippings (information artifacts)

Subject Organizations

  • United Nations Association
  • National Council of Christians and Jews
  • Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.)
  • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (1948)
  • Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.)

Subject Topics

  • Human rights.
  • Genocide -- United States -x Public opinion.
  • Genocide -- Political aspects.
  • Genocide.

Subject Places

  • New York (N.Y.)

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Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

Materials are open without restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright (or related rights to publicity and privacy) for materials in this collection, created by the Ad Hoc Commitee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties was not transferred to New York University. Permission to use materials must be secured from the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date; Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties Records; WAG 037; box number; folder number;
Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012, New York University Libraries.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Donated by the Jewish Labor Committee and Betty Kaye Taylor in 1996. The accession number associated with this gift is 1996.010.

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Container List

Series I: General Files, 1943-1984.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Folder : 1 Abraham, Morris
1967 , undated
Box: 1 Folder : 2 Actions of Member Organizations
1971-1979 , undated
Box: 1 Folder : 3 Ad Hoc Committee
1963-1965
Box: 1 Folder : 4 Ad Hoc Committee
1966
Box: 1 Folder : 5 Ad Hoc Committee
1967
Box: 1 Folder : 6 Ad Hoc Committee
1968
Box: 1 Folder : 7 Ad Hoc Committee
1969
Box: 1 Folder : 8 Ad Hoc Committee
1970-1974 , 1979
Box: 1 Folder : 9 Ad Hoc Committee: Advisory Committee
1966
Box: 1 Folder : 10 Ad Hoc Committee: Executive Board
1967-1968
Box: 1 Folder : 11 Ad Hoc Committee: Finances
1965
Box: 1 Folder : 12 Ad Hoc Committee: Fundraising
1971
Box: 1 Folder : 13 Ad Hoc Committee: Mailings
1970-1971
Box: 1 Folder : 14 Ad Hoc Committee: Member Organizations
1964-1973
Box: 1 Folder : 15 Ad Hoc Committee: Minutes
1964-1966
Box: 1 Folder : 16 Ad Hoc Committee: Minutes
1967-1971
Box: 1 Folder : 17 Ad Hoc Committee: Statement of Purpose
undated
Box: 1 Folder : 18 Advisory Committee Meeting
1966
Box: 1 Folder : 19 AFL-CIO
1965-1968
Box: 1 Folder : 20 AFL-CIO: Resolutions
1973-1975
Box: 1 Folder : 21 AFL-CIO: Statements
1964 , 1968
Box: 1 Folder : 22 AFL-CIO: Survey
1971
Box: 1 Folder : 23 American Bar Association
1950 , 1963-1978 , undated
Box: 1 Folder : 24 American Bar Association: Resolution
1967-1968
Box: 1 Folder : 25 American Civil Liberties Union
1964-1967
Box: 1 Folder : 26 American Ethical Union
1965-1966
Box: 1 Folder : 27 American Jewish Committee
1961-1967
Box: 1 Folder : 28 American Jewish Congress
1963-1967 , undated
Box: 1 Folder : 29 American Veterans Committee
1965
Box: 1 Folder : 30 Armenians
1965
Box: 1 Folder : 31 Assembly for Human Rights (Montreal)
1968
Box: 1 Folder : 32 Bagby, Grover C.: Article
1966
Box: 1 Folder : 33 Baldwin, Roger
1966
Box: 1 Folder : 34 Baptist Church
1967 , 1971-1972
Box: 1 Folder : 35 Bibliographies
1964
Box: 1 Folder : 36 Bipartisan Appeal
1971-1972 , undated
Box: 2 Folder : 1 Bitker, Bruno V.
1963-1979
Box: 2 Folder : 2 B'nai B'rith
1964-1977
Box: 2 Folder : 3 Bookbinder, Hyman
1969-1981
Box: 2 Folder : 4 Boston
1965-1967
Box: 2 Folder : 5 Britain
1963
Box: 2 Folder : 6 Brooke, Edward W.
1966
Box: 2 Folder : 7 Buckley, James: Petition to
1971-1972 , undated
Box: 2 Folder : 8 Canada
1964-1967
Box: 2 Folder : 9 Carter, Pres. Jimmy
1977-1979
Box: 2 Folder : 10 Catholic Association for International Peace
1964-1965
Box: 2 Folder : 11 Catholic Church
1974
Box: 2 Folder : 12 Church, Frank
1970-1972
Box: 2 Folder : 13 Church Amendments
undated
Box: 2 Folder : 14 Cleveland, Harlan
1964
Box: 2 Folder : 15 Conference of Presidents
1965-1966
Box: 2 Folder : 16 Conference (Washington)
1964
Box: 2 Folder : 17 Conference (Washington)
1965
Box: 2 Folder : 18 Conference (Washington)
1969-1970
Box: 2 Folder : 19 Conference (Washington): Delegates' Packet
1966-1971
Box: 2 Folder : 20 Conference (Washington): Preparations
1969-1970
Box: 2 Folder : 21 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
1966
Box: 2 Folder : 22 Congressional Committee on Foreign Affairs
1973
Box: 2 Folder : 23 Congressional Record: Senate
1969-1971
Box: 2 Folder : 24 Congressional Record: Senate
1979
Box: 2 Folder : 25 Contributions
1970-1971
Box: 2 Folder : 26 Correspondence
1963
Box: 2 Folder : 27 Correspondence
Jan 1964-Sep 1964
Box: 2 Folder : 28 Correspondence
Oct 1964-Dec 1964
Box: 2 Folder : 29 Correspondence
Jan 1965-May 1965
Box: 2 Folder : 30 Correspondence
Jun 1965-Dec 1965
Box: 2 Folder : 31 Correspondence
1966
Box: 2 Folder : 32 Correspondence
1967
Box: 3 Folder : 1 Correspondence
1968
Box: 3 Folder : 2 Correspondence
1969
Box: 3 Folder : 3 Correspondence
1970
Box: 3 Folder : 4 Correspondence
1971
Box: 3 Folder : 5 Correspondence
1972
Box: 3 Folder : 6 Correspondence
1973
Box: 3 Folder : 7 Correspondence
1974
Box: 3 Folder : 8 Correspondence
1975-1976
Box: 3 Folder : 9 Correspondence
1977
Box: 3 Folder : 10 Correspondence
1978
Box: 3 Folder : 11 Correspondence
1979
Box: 3 Folder : 12 Correspondence
1980
Box: 3 Folder : 13 Correspondence
1981-1982
Box: 3 Folder : 14 Correspondence
1983
Box: 3 Folder : 15 Crank Mail
1965
Box: 3 Folder : 16 Democratic National Committee
1963-1964
Box: 3 Folder : 17 Democratic Party
1964 , 1968
Box: 3 Folder : 18 Detroit
1964-1968
Box: 3 Folder : 19 Dodd, Thomas
1965
Box: 3 Folder : 20 Draft Resolution: International Human Rights and Genocide Convention
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 21 Dubinsky, David
undated
Box: 3 Folder : 22 Dworkis, Martin
1965
Box: 3 Folder : 23 Elendorf Meeting
1965
Box: 3 Folder : 24 Emma Lazarus Clubs
1966-1967
Box: 3 Folder : 25 Episcopal Church
1968-1969
Box: 3 Folder : 26 Ervin, Sam J.
1973-1974
Box: 3 Folder : 27 Ferwerda, Vernon
1971-1980
Box: 3 Folder : 28 Finances
1965-1970
Box: 3 Folder : 29 Foreign Policy Association
1965-1967
Box: 3 Folder : 30 Fulbright, J. William
1964 , 1968-1979
Box: 3 Folder : 31 Gardner, Richard N.
1965-1967 , 1971
Box: 3 Folder : 32 Genocide: General
1943 , 1952-1953 , undated
Box: 3 Folder : 33 Genocide Convention: General
1949 , 1964-1981 , undated
Box: 3 Folder : 34 Genocide Convention and Radical Right
1970-1972 , undated
Box: 3 Folder : 35 Genocide Convention: Women's Appeal
1972 , undated
Box: 3 Folder : 36 Genocide Mailings
1970-1981
Box: 3 Folder : 37 Genocide: Poison Gas (Washington Post)
1971
Box: 3 Folder : 38 Goldberg, Arthur J.
1966-1979
Box: 3 Folder : 39 Goldberg Letter to Senators
1974-1977
Box: 3 Folder : 40 Gordon, Richard
1964
Box: 4 Folder : 1 Halbert, Herschel
1967-1971
Box: 4 Folder : 2 Halpern, Seymour
1964-1966
Box: 4 Folder : 3 Helsinki
1976-1981
Box: 4 Folder : 4 Hesburgh, Fr. Theodore
1967
Box: 4 Folder : 5 Human Rights: General
1963-1980 , undated
Box: 4 Folder : 6 Human Rights and Genocide Packet
1964-1966 , undated
Box: 4 Folder : 7 Human Rights: International Conventions and Covenants
1967 , undated
Box: 4 Folder : 8 Human Rights: Internet
1979
Box: 4 Folder : 9 Human Rights: Pamphlets
1963-1970
Box: 4 Folder : 10 Human Rights: Policy Statements
1978-1980
Box: 4 Folder : 11 Human Rights Year
1967-1968
Box: 4 Folder : 12 Human Rights Year: Booklets
1963-1968
Box: 4 Folder : 13 Humphrey, Hubert H.
1964-1966
Box: 4 Folder : 14 ICFTU Statement
1968
Box: 4 Folder : 15 Inquiries/Orders
1971-1972
Box: 4 Folder : 16 Institute for International Order
1963-1967
Box: 4 Folder : 17 International Bill of Human Rights
[1977] , undated
Box: 4 Folder : 18 International Convention on the Elimination…of Racial Discrimination
1965
Box: 4 Folder : 19 International League for the Rights of Man
1964
Box: 4 Folder : 20 International Rescue Committee
1964
Box: 4 Folder : 21 Javits, Jacob K.
1965 , 1973-1979
Box: 4 Folder : 22 Javits-Proxmire Letter
1978-1979
Box: 4 Folder : 23 Jewish Community Relations Councils
1971-1979
Box: 4 Folder : 24 Jewish Labor Committee
1963-1970 , undated
Box: 4 Folder : 25 Jewish Labor Committee: on Genocide
1950-1967
Box: 4 Folder : 26 Jewish Labor Committee: Soviet Jewry
1949-1970
Box: 4 Folder : 27 Jewish Organizations: on Ratification
1949-1950
Box: 4 Folder : 28 Jewish Organizations: on Ratification
1966
Box: 4 Folder : 29 Johnson, Pres. Lyndon B.
1964-1968
Box: 4 Folder : 30 Judaism in Social Action
1965
Box: 4 Folder : 31 Kampelman, Max
1979
Box: 4 Folder : 32 Kennedy, Edward M.
1973
Box: 4 Folder : 33 Kennedy, Pres. John F.
1963-1964
Box: 4 Folder : 34 Kennedy, Robert F.
1964
Box: 4 Folder : 35 King, Martin Luther, Jr.
1966
Box: 4 Folder : 36 Korey, William
1964-1979
Box: 4 Folder : 37 Kotler, Arnold H.: "US and Human Rights Conventions"
1967
Box: 4 Folder : 38 Leadership Conference on Human Rights
1971
Box: 4 Folder : 39 Liskofsky, Sidney
1963-1966 , 1977
Box: 5 Folder : 1 Mansfield, Mike
1972
Box: 5 Folder : 2 Methodist Church
1964-1967
Box: 5 Folder : 3 Michigan Ad Hoc Committee
1965-1967
Box: 5 Folder : 4 Middle East
1964
Box: 5 Folder : 5 Minnesota
1963 , 1965 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 6 Minnesota
1971
Box: 5 Folder : 7 Minnesota Labor Committee for Human Rights
1968
Box: 5 Folder : 8 Morse, Arthur D.
1970
Box: 5 Folder : 9 NAACP
1966
Box: 5 Folder : 10 National Citizens Commission on International Cooperation
1965
Box: 5 Folder : 11 National Community Relations Advisory Council
1949 , 1963-1967 , 1975
Box: 5 Folder : 12 National Conference of Christians and Jews
1972-1978
Box: 5 Folder : 13 National Conference on Human Rights
1977
Box: 5 Folder : 14 National Council of Jewish Women
1964-1966
Box: 5 Folder : 15 National Freedom Assembly
1973
Box: 5 Folder : 16 National Lawyers Guild
1949
Box: 5 Folder : 17 National Urban League
1966
Box: 5 Folder : 18 New York Times Coverage
1964-1972
Box: 5 Folder : 19 Nixon, Pres. Richard M.
1968-1970
Box: 5 Folder : 20 Nixon: Letter to Genocide Conference
1970
Box: 5 Folder : 21 "No Auspices" Meeting
1964
Box: 5 Folder : 22 Opposition
1965-1978
Box: 5 Folder : 23 Orders for Material
undated , 1971-1981
Box: 5 Folder : 24 Pacem in Terris
1965
Box: 5 Folder : 25 Philadelphia
1965-1970
Box: 5 Folder : 26 President's Commission for the Observance of Human Rights Year
1968
Box: 5 Folder : 27 Press Coverage
1960s , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 28 Press Coverage
1970s , 1982 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 29 Press Releases
1970-1971
Box: 5 Folder : 30 Proxmire, William
1971-1982
Box: 5 Folder : 31 Proxmire, William: Congressional Record
1970-1971
Box: 5 Folder : 32 Publicity Material
1959-1970
Box: 5 Folder : 33 Quaker Program at the UN
1964-1967
Box: 5 Folder : 34 Ratification: Charts
1966-1967
Box: 5 Folder : 35 Ratification: General
1965-1971 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 36 Ratification of Conventions
1967-1970 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 37 "Ratification of Human Rights Conventions," paper by Diane La Voy
1976
Box: 5 Folder : 38 Religious Organizations
1972-1980
Box: 5 Folder : 39 Republican Party
1964 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 40 Resolutions
1953-1981 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 41 Rights of Women
undated
Box: 5 Folder : 42 Robinson, Nehemiah: "The Genocide Convention"
1960
Box: 5 Folder : 43 Rockefeller, Nelson A.
1968
Box: 5 Folder : 44 San Francisco
1965-1967
Box: 5 Folder : 45 Seaman, Bernard
1966
Box: 5 Folder : 46 Seminar on Human Rights: Confidential Report
1968
Box: 5 Folder : 47 Senate Appeals
1970-1974 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 48 Senate Correspondence
1964-1965 , undated
Box: 5 Folder : 49 Senate Correspondence
1966-1968 , 1970-1973
Box: 5 Folder : 50 Senate Correspondence
1974-1981
Box: 6 Folder : 1 Senate Foreign Relations Committee
1950
Box: 6 Folder : 2 Senate Foreign Relations Committee
1963-1968
Box: 6 Folder : 3 Senate Foreign Relations Committee
1969-1970
Box: 6 Folder : 4 Senate Foreign Relations Committee
1971-1978
Box: 6 Folder : 5 Senate Foreign Relations Committee: Abram Testimony
1967
Box: 6 Folder : 6 Senate Foreign Relations Committee: Correspondence
1971
Box: 6 Folder : 7 Senate: Letters (Samples)
1972 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 8 Senate: Poll
1965-1968 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 9 Senate: Poll
1971
Box: 6 Folder : 10 Senate: Questionnaire
1965
Box: 6 Folder : 11 Senators' Statements
1965-1974 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 12 Socialist Party, USA
1967
Box: 6 Folder : 13 Soviet Union
1953
Box: 6 Folder : 14 Speeches for Senators
undated
Box: 6 Folder : 15 Statement on Genocide Convention
1970
Box: 6 Folder : 16 Statements and Resolutions
1969-1971
Box: 6 Folder : 17 Suggested Guidelines for Community Action
1967
Box: 6 Folder : 18 Survey of Senate (AJC)
1970
Box: 6 Folder : 19 Taylor, Betty Kaye
1977-1978
Box: 6 Folder : 19a Taylor, Betty Kaye: Oral History conducted by Mildred Finger
1984
Box: 6 Folder : 20 Taylor, Telford
1960
Box: 6 Folder : 21 Tillett, Gladys A.
1966
Box: 6 Folder : 22 Trade Unions
1971-1979 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 23 Unitarian Universalist Association
1965
Box: 6 Folder : 24 United Nations
1949 , 1964-1968 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 25 United Nations Association
1964
Box: 6 Folder : 26 United Nations Association
1965-1966
Box: 6 Folder : 27 United Nations Association
1967-1968
Box: 6 Folder : 28 United Nations Association
1969-1971
Box: 6 Folder : 29 United Nations Association
1972-1979
Box: 6 Folder : 30 UN Commission on Human Rights
1966
Box: 6 Folder : 31 UN Convention on Forced Labor
1957 , 1963 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 32 UN Convention on Political Rights of Women
1967 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 33 UN Convention on Racial Discrimination
1965-1966 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 34 UN Convention on Slavery
1956
Box: 6 Folder : 35 UN Genocide Convention: Background
1967 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 36 United Nations: Ratifying States
1968 , 1972-1973 , undated
Box: 6 Folder : 37 UN: Washington Seminar on Human Rights
1967-1979
Box: 6 Folder : 38 U.S. State Department
1966
Box: 6 Folder : 39 United World Federalists
1966-1967
Box: 6 Folder : 40 Universal Declaration of Human Rights
1968-1978
Box: 6 Folder : 41 Visits to Senators
1970
Box: 6 Folder : 42 Warren, Earl: Statement
1968
Box: 6 Folder : 43 Washington Conference
1965
Box: 6 Folder : 44 Women's Appeal
1972-1973
Box: 6 Folder : 45 Workmen's Circle
1965-1966
Box: 6 Folder : 46 World Assembly for Human Rights
1968
Box: 6 Folder : 47 World Jewish Congress
1964-1968
Box: 6 Folder : 48 World Federalist Youth
1972

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