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2 prints depicting American Relief Administration activities in Russia; 3 prints of an unidentified U.S. (?) cemetery, with a monument; 1 print of Nancy A. Dyar and 1 print of Nessa L. Wilk, both supervisors of Teacher Education, U.C., Berkeley.
1 print of Elliot V. Fry; 2 prints of Japanese officers, one being Tomosaburo Kato, 1915.
1 print depicting an African art work; 1 print of a North Vietnamese (?) military cemetery, 1960's; 1 studio portrait of an unidentified officer taken in Washington, D.C.
6 glass mounted transparencies depicting scenes of World War II (?)
14 prints depicting atomic weapon testing.
6 prints of Montefiore and 1 print of Kadlunga Station, in Australia.
1 print of Mazatlan, Mexico; 1 print of Guatemala City, 1 print of the Panama Canal.
1 print of Dag Hammarskjold, which was used for commencement publicity at Stanford, 1955.
1 print depicting Special Services Officers dining with violinist Yehudi Menuhin, somewhere in England.
1 print of Cyrus H. Street, editor and publisher of The United Nations in Berkeley, California, 1908-1911.
1 print of depicting scenes of the founding ceremonies of the United Nations in San Francisco, 1945.
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96 prints depicting United Nations officials and activities, 1950-1953.
Five color prints of Chilean war murals during 1989 election; 6 prints of a Communist youth construction brigade; 2 prints of mass meetings in Chile, ca. early 1970s; and 7 color prints of the Sons of Gwalia mine, Australia, 1991.
1 print of unidentified man, n.d.; 1 print of a daughter of Manuel Noriega, n.d.; 1 print of an unidentified ship, n.d.
3 prints of a Spanish Republican delegation in Mexico, 1936.