UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ANC ARCHIVES

NEW YORK MISSION, (Code: NYM)

 

RECORDS, 1966-1995

(bulk dates, 1986-1993)

45 Boxes

ACQUISITION: ANC Archives Committee

ACCESS: The collection is open.

PHOTOGRAPHS: Located in box 0005 and 0045

AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIAL: Video Collection is on archives shelves. See separate Audio/Visual Finding Aid.

PRINTED MATERIAL: Located in boxes 0013 – 00035

COPYRIGHT: ANC Archives

PROCESSED BY: Arrangement and description done under the auspices of a joint project between the University of Fort Hare and the University of Michigan. Primary

processors, Stephanie Pryor and Kathleen Wolters. Partially rearranged and described by Sibongile Simelane and Khanyisa Bottoman, June 2003

REVISED BY: Africa Media Online (Kulu Mushaka), 2018

 

Historical background on New York Mission

Following the banning of the African National Congress (ANC) as an illegal organization in April 1960, the ANC operated underground. The ANC functioned internally as an underground organization and externally as an overseas organization. Oliver Tambo was sent overseas as the ANC acting president general and head of the external mission. External missions were opened in London, Accra, Cairo, and Dar-es-Salaam. Eventually the ANC had offices and representatives in 27 countries by 1990.

The external missions worked to win support for the overthrow of apartheid by promoting the cause of the ANC and urging international economic pressure against the South African government.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

As the headquarters of the United Nations, the ANC’s mission in New York maintains a unique function as not only the representative to the UN but also the representative to the 120 plus countries who lack a direct ANC presence. The records of the New York Mission therefore detail their role on the world stage and their campaign to raise money, materials, and, most of all, support against Apartheid.

The seven series in this collection, Correspondence, Diaries, Newsclippings, Publications, Subject Files, United Nations’ Documents, and Photographs: document the New York mission’s global struggle for the liberation of South Africa.

The Correspondence series, which spans from 1980 until 1993, primarily records the relationship between the ANC and individuals, institutions and governments. A majority of the correspondence is letters and faxes received by the office. Posted by a diverse population, ranging from school children to NGOs and embassy representatives, these messages demonstrate the international support for the ANC’s cause. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by folder.

The Diaries series includes various types of chronicles, such as appointment books, guest books, and a book of condolences. A majority of the appointment books are spartan in the amount of information the provide on the office. However, one or two of the earlier planners provides a higher level of insight than the later ones. The guest book, like the daily logs, provides a sparse list of those who visited the mission. Of a higher informational value is the book of condolences, which relates to the death of ANC leader and UN representative Johnny Makatini. These messages of sympathy are evidence of the global reputation the ANC maintained.

The Newsclippings series documents the South African media’s reporting on both the ANC and Apartheid. It also includes press releases of the New York mission. The clippings pertain to both events in South Africa and the United States. The series dates range from 1984 to 1993.

The Publications series consists of pamphlets, bulletins, reports, and journals that are demonstrative of the ANC’s interests. A majority of the series consists of compiled press clippings from both major international newspapers and South African newspapers, published in a brochure. The miscellaneous boxes contain published material both from the ANC and other organizations, which cover issues related to Southern Africa, peace, and the liberation movement. The dates of the publications range from 1976 to 1995.

The Subject Fields series is arranged alphabetically and spans the years 1973- 1994. These files, which contain reports, some correspondence, programs, and speeches, document the mission’s aims to sensitise the international community on Apartheid and move it to action. It particularly emphasizes the mission’s drive for human resources, finances, and materials. Also highlighted in these files are the minutes from meetings and reports regarding the particular role of the New York mission for the ANC.

The United Nations’ Documents series consists mostly of UN publications from various committees, such as the Centre Against Apartheid and the Intergovernmental Group to Monitor the Oil Embargo on South Africa, as well as the General Assembly. Also included in this series are documents related to the permanent missions at the UN and their foreign policies, with regard to South Africa and human rights in general. This series is evidence of the strong relationship between the New York mission and the United Nations, spanning the years 1966 to 1994.

The Photographs series pertain less to the particular international focus of the New York mission and are more representative of the ANC as a whole. Included in this series are images from SOMAFCO and various cultural festivals as well as portraits from ANC leaders such as Mandela and Tambo. The series is undated.

 

 

Series I – Correspondence

 

Box 0001
0001. ANC, nd., 1981, 1983, 1986, 1988 – 1993
0002. Cards/Postcards, n.d., 1992
0003. Council on Foreign Relations-Correspondence, 1989-1993
0004. Faxes Dispatched, 1989-1993
0005. Faxes Dispatched, 1991 – 1993
0006. Faxes Received, n.d., 1986, 1989 – 1991

 

Box 0002
0007. Faxes Received, 1994 – 1994
0008. General, n.d., 1985 – 1986, 1988 – 1989
0009. General, 1990 – 1991
0010. General, 1992 – 1994

 

Box 0003
0011. Mandela, N.R.-Correspondence, 1990-1993. Includes letters written to Nelson Mandela by Children and other people.
0011a. Christian blessings to Mandela
0012. Mandela, W.N.-Correspondence, 1990-1992
0013. New York City Mayor’s Office-Correspondence, 1989-1992
0014. Secretary Generals’ Office, 1988 – 1993
0015. United Nations, Observer Mission of the ANC, n.d., 1989 – 1991
0016. United Nations, Observer Mission of the ANC, 1992 – 1993

 

 

Series II – Diaries

Box 0004 [Oversize]
0001. Appointment Book, 1983
0002. Appointment Book, 1989
0003. Appointment Book, 1990
0004. Appointment Book, 1991
0005. Book of Condolences, Makatini, Mfanafuthi, 1988-1989
0006. Guest Book, 1994

 

Box 0005 Photographs [Oversize]
0001. Dadoo, Yusuf M. (1909-1983), n.d.
0002. Davis, Delroy and ANC Posters, n.d.

Photographs, A-K, n.d.

0003. ANC Cadre, J. Lubisi, and N. Manana
0004. ANC Cadre, S. Mogoerane, M. Motaung, and J. Mosolodi
0005. ANC Leaders
0006. ANC Representative
0007. Anti-Apartheid Protest
0008. Anti-Apartheid Protestor
0009. Ballet
0010. Children
0011. Children SOMAFCO, Posters
0012. Deniso, Moses
0013. Huddleston, Trevor, Nelson Mandela, and Oliver Tambo
0014. Huddleston, Trevor and Oliver Tambo
0015. Kathrada, A.

Photographs, M-W, n.d.

0016. Makatini, Johnny
0017. Mandela, Nelson
0018. Mandela, Winnie
0019. Mbeki, Govan
0020. Mhlaba, R.
0021. Mlangeni, Andrew
0022. Mkwayi, W.
0023. Mpeta, Oscar
0024. Motsoaledi, Elias
0025. Mugabe, Robert
0026. Music
0027. Naidoo, Jay
0028. Negatives
0029. Nzo, Alfred
0030. Sharpeville Six
0031. Sisulu, Walter
0032. Slides
0033. SOMAFCO
0034. SOMAFCO model
0035. Tambo, O.R., and Sam Nojuma
0036. Tambo, O.R., W. Sisulu, and S. Nojuma
0037. UN Press Conference
0038. Women.

Photographs, unclassified, n.d.

0039. “Third Rothko Chapel Awards for Commitment to Truth and Freedom,
0040. “Working Techniques of Development Diplomacy for ANC Diplomats,”

 

 

Series III – News clippings/Press Releases

 

Box 0006
0001. ANC Press Release, Includes a press release by the PAC
0002. General News clippings, 1989 – 1993
0003. General News clippings, 1989 – 1993
0004. General News clippings, 1993
0005. General News clippings

 

Box 0006b
0001. Daily press clippings

 

Box 0006c
0001. Daily press briefings

 

 

Series IV – Publications

 

Box 0007
0001. Africa report, March- April 1989, 1992. The African Dream Altitude, vol.1, 1995
0002. Common Ground Vol 1 No 4, 1992. Consolidating Development Opportunities. Courier Vol. 2 , 3 , 1992. Crosscurrent, 23 – 25 March 1992
0003. Development and Democracy, 1 August 1992. Educators against racism & apartheid, 1992-1994
0004. Human Rights – Fact sheet no.3, no. 5. Human Rights Commission July, 1993. ILO Information, vol.19, no.2, 3, 4 1991. Juluka, Dec 1992 / Jan 1993. Juluka, Aug / Sept 1992
The Kairos Document – challenge to the church
0005. NGO Committee on Southern Africa , 18 January 1994. The New York Times 16 Dec. 1992. Palestine Aid society, vol.12 no.3; vol.11, no.2. Red cross, Red crescent, Sept – Dec, 1991. Red cross, Red crescent, Jan – Apr, 1992. May – Aug, 1992. Res IPSA vol. 2 No 4 April 1992
0006. South Africa labour News, no. 8, 1991. South Africa’s 94 : Election watch,1994. South African Black Business Development Foundation, Inc.. South Africa Information Exchange. South Africa Projects 1992, 1994

 

Box 0008
0001. ADC Times, 1991, 1992, 1993
0002. Action News, 1991Advance, vol.3, no.1 1991. The African American Institute – Annual report 1992. Apartheid’s legacyACAS: Association of concerned Africa scholars, 1991
0003. BC- S Africa Force. Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid and racism, 1991. Chronology of developments in South Africa, 1993, 1994. Five freedoms Forum, 1989
0004. IPS daily Journal, 1993. International Committee of the Red Cross Bulletin, 1991. Israeli Foreign Affair
0005. National Jewish community: relation advising committee. NATO review A new chapter in the history of the North Atlantic Alliance. The north Atlantic treaty organisation
Organizer, 1991, 1992 OSAAC, 1992
0006. SASPOST , 1992. South Africa: The National Peace Accord and the International community. South Africa’s 94 election watch , 1994. South Africa : Perspectives. Trans Africa News 1992. Washington notes on Africa 1991, 1992

 

Box 0009
0001. Publications Action alert, 1986. Advance, 1991. Africa, 1986. Africa report, 1989. African-American Economic and political issues, 1987. The African-American Institute : 1988 Annual Report. Apartheid in our living rooms: U.S. Foreign Policy and South Africa. Armed Forces, June 1992. AWEPA bulletin, 1993. The City Sun, 1986. The corporate examiner, 1991. Development & Socio-economic progress, 1991. European file. IRRC Annual report, 1985. The Indian Ocean Newsletter, 1981. Insides, Intereconomics, 1993
A people’s movement for comprehensive, mandatory sanctions against South Africa. Race against race. National sport Fraud. S.A dialogue : Committee to a changing SA. 1991, 1992. SAGE: A scholarly journal on black women, 1990. South Africa: Hunger in the land of plenty. South Korea Today. South Africa Reviews, 1986

 

Box 0010
0001. SADC (South African Development Community), 27 – 29 Jan. 1993. Annual report, Jul 1991 – Jan. 1992. Energy, Culture and Information, Administrative Arrangement,
Industry and Trade Food, Agriculture & Natural resources. Mining Transport and Communication

 

Box 0011
0001. SADCC (South African Development Coordination Conference), 29 – 31 Jan. 1992. Annual Report, July 1990 – June 1991. Food, Agriculture, Mining, Tourism, Industry
,Human Resources, Energy, and Transport. SADCC: Towards economic Intergration

 

Box 0012
0001. Foreign economic trends and their implications for the United States. South African Reserve Bank: Annual Economic Report, 1989. EIU: The Economic Intelligence Unit, 1988 – 1989. Agreement establishing the European Bank for reconstruction and development. Agreement establishing the South [ern] African Development Bank. The Rockefeller Foundation

 

 

Series V – Subject Files

Box 0013
0001. Academic Boycott/Support, ca.1987
0002. Africa Arts Fund, Inc., 1991 – 1992
0003. Africa Fund, 1989-1993
0004. African American Institute, n.d., 1985, 1988 – 1991, 1993
0005.African-American Conference, 1987,1989

 

Box 0014
0006. Africare, 1991
0007. All African Peoples Revolutionary Party, 1990-1992
0008. American Friends Service Committee, 1991-1993
0009. American-South African Scholarship Association, 1989
0010. Amnesty International, 1991 – 1992
0011. Arts and Culture, n.d., 1987 – 1988, 1991
0012. Conferences/Anniversaries/Workshops, 1988, 1991 – 1992
0013. Economy, 1990-1992
0014. Education, n.d., 1986-1988 – 1989
0015. General, n.d., 1990-1993

 

Box 0015
0016. International Affairs, 1987, 1990-1993
0017. ISD (Information Systems Department), 1992
0018. Memos and Circulars, 1990
0019. National Consultative Conference, 1985
0020. NEC (National Executive Committee), Press Statements, 1982,1985, 1987, 1989 – 1991, 1993, Includes a joint statement by the ANC NEC and SWAPO. As well as a Statement on the Dakar Declaration
0021. Policy/Discussion Documents, 1990-1992

 

Box 0016
0022. Presentation to the United Nations Security Council, 1992
0023. Public Relations, 1992
0024. Secretary General’s Office, n.d., 1986, 1988, 1990-1992
0025. Speeches, n.d., 1988,1993 Includes a speech by Bantu Holomisa on the Whites only referendum called by F.W. DeKlerk, 1993
0026. Statements and Declarations, n.d., 1990, 1992 – 1993, 1995. Includes a joint statement made by the ANC, SACP and COSATU
0027. Women’s Section/League, 1987-1984

 

Box 0017
0028. Youth League, 1992-1993
0029. Angola, 1993
0030. Armscor, 1983
0031. Arts and Culture, ca.1992
0032. Arusha Conference, 1987
0033. Aspen Institute, ca.1989
0034. AWEPAA (Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action Against Apartheid), 1991-1992
0035. Boipatong, 1992

 

Box 0018
0036. British Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1990-1993
0037. Centre for Development of Human Resources, 1990-1991
0038. Children Under Apartheid, ca.1986
0039. CHISA (Children’s Fund for Southern Africa, Inc.), 1993
0040. Clingendael-Course Documentation, n.d.
0041. CODESA (Convention for a Democratic South Africa), 1990 – 1992

 

Box 0019
0042. CODESA, n.d., 1985, 1992
0043. Columbia University in the City of New York, 1989
0044. Commonwealth News Release, 1991
0045. Conferences, 1986, 1989, 1991
0046. Conferences, 1991 – 1992
0047. Constitutional Reform in South Africa: A Brief History, 1991- 1992

 

Box 0020
0048. COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions), 1985, 1987, 1989
0049. COSATU, n.d., 1975, 1987-1990, 1992
0050. Decolonisation, 1989,1991-1993
0051. Discussion Documents, 1986, 1991-1992
0052. Documentation of Security Council on Violence United Nations, 1992

 

Box 0021
0053. Economic and Social Development, 1991-1992
0054. Environment and Development, 1992
0055. Fashions for Freedom, 1989-1990
0056. Film, 1986
0057. For a Free South Africa: A Tribute to Winnie and Nelson Mandela, 1986
0058. Ford Foundation, 1989 – 1991
0059. Foreign Affairs, 1993 – 1994
0060. Foreign Affairs, 1994

 

Box 0022
0061. Foreign Affairs, 1994
0062. Frontline States, 1992
0063. German Foundation for International Development 1993
064. Global Vision, 1992
0065. Hani, Chris, 1993
0066. Human Rights Commission, 1989,1991
0067. IDAF (International Defence and Aid Fund), 1989-1991
0068. Immobilize Apartheid Coalitions, 1990-1992
0069. Inkatha, 1973 – 1975, 1978 – 1979, 1981, 1983

 

Box 0023
0070. Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, 1985-1989
0071. International Committee of the Red Cross, 1990-1992
0072. International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination, 1990-1992
0073. International Solidarity Conference, 1993
0074. Institute of International Education, 1988-1992

 

Box 0024
0075. Invitations, 1991-1993
0076. IPS (Inter Press Service), 1988-1993
0077. Community Relations, 1990
0078. Joseph, Helen, 1992
0079. General, 1991
0080. Legal Matters, 1988-1992
0081. Lome IV, 1990 – 2000
0082. Management Futures, Inc., 1991

 

Box 0025
0083. Mandela, N.R.-Biography, 1985
0084a. Mandela, N.R.-Itinerary, 1989-1992
0084b. Mandela, N.R.-Itinerary, 1989-1992 cont.
0085. Mandela, Winnie-Speeches, 1991
0086. Mbeki, Govan – Honorary Doctorate Award Proposal, 1989
0087. Mbeki, Thabo-Speeches; Mbeki, Govan-Statements, 1990
0088. Multilateral Planning Conference, 1993-1994
0089. NADEL (National Association for Democratic Lawyers), 1991
0090. NAFCOC: An Analysis of NAFCOC & Recommendations, 1990
0091. Namibia, 1991-1992

 

Box 0026
0092. National Conference in Support of ANC and Other Democratic Forces in South Africa, 1992-1993
0093. National Jewish Relations, 1990
0094. New Foreign Policy for South Africa, 1993
0095. B.E.S.T – Belize Enterprise for Sustained Technology: Best concept paper, n.d.
0096. Niagara Committee for South Africa Divestment, 1992
0097. Northeast Southern Africa Solidarity Network, 1989
0098. Notre Dame Conference: Papers presented at the conference, 1991

 

Box 0027
0099. OAU (Organization of African Unity), 1989-1993
0100. Online Information Retrival, ca.1992
0101. Oslo Conference, 1986-1989
0102. OSSALE (Organization of South Africans/Azanians for Liberation), 1991-1992
0103. PAC (Pan Africanist Congress), 1992
0104. Papers, 1988 – 1991
0105. Papers, 1992 – 1993

 

Box 0028
0106. South Africa: The National Peace Accord & the International community, 1991, 1993
0107. President’s Office (Mr. Mandela), 1991-1993
0108. Pretoria/Groote Schuur Minute, 1990
0109. Project Proposal – Stories seldom told: Lives Of South African exiles, 1991
0110. Repatriation, 1990-1991
0111. Reports-African Exports, n.d., 1992 – 1993
0112. Reports – on the situation in South Africa, regarding Trade, Sanctions, United Nations, n.d., 1988-1989, 1992 – 1993

 

Box 0029
0113. Reports-Interfaith Centre / EPISCOPAL Church people for a free Southern Africa, 1985, 1989-1992
0114. Reports-Concert for Southern Africa / Technical & vocational education and training sector, 1992
0115. Reports-Soweto student uprising / Apartheid, n.d., 1986, 1992, 1993
0116. Reports-USA Policy towards South Africa, 1987
0117. Resolutions and Reports, n.d., 1991-1992

 

Box 0030
0118. Rockefeller Foundation, n.d., 1993
0119. SADCC (Southern African Development Coordination Conference), 1992 – 1993
0120. SAISCO (South African International Student Congress), 1989
0121. Sanctions, n.d, 1986, 1991 – 1992, 1994
0122. Scholarships, 1991
0123. Shell U.S, South Africa Strategy, 1986
0124. Shell, n.d.

 

Box 0031
0125. Simpson-Thatcher and Bartlett, n.d.
0126. Sinn Fein, 1992
0127. Sisters Against South African Apartheid, 1991
0128. Sisulu, Walter and Albertina, 1987 – 1991
0129. Sisulu, Walter: Speeches, 1990
0130. SOMAFCO, 1981 – 1983, 1985
0131. South African Development Banks, 1990-1991
0132. South African Development: Committee, 1991

 

Box 0032
0133. Southern Africa Partnership Program, 1991
0134. Southern Africa Policy Forum of the Aspen Institute, 1989
0135. Special Committee Against Apartheid, 1990
0136. Speaking Engagements, 1991-1992
0137. Spear evolution report / Education fund, 1988, 1989
0138. Speeches / Statements, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1992-1994
0139. Statements made at the conference on Environment and Development at the United Nations, New York, 1992
0140. Symposium on Political Tolerance in South Africa: Role of Opinion makers and the media, 1993
0141. Tambo, O.R.: Biography, n.d; 1993

 

Box 0033
0142. Tambo, O.R.: Condolences, 1993
0143. Tambo, O.R.: Correspondence, 1986, 1993
0144. Tambo, O.R.: Memorial Service Program, 1993
0145. Tambo, O.R.: Speech made by Mr. Nelson Mandela at the funeral of Oliver Tambo, 1993
0146. Telecommunications – CDTIP, n.d., 1992
0147. Trade Unions, 1990-1992
0148. Transitional Executive Council Draft Bill, 1993
0149. Transnational Corporations, 1990

 

Box 0034
0150. UDUSA (Union of Democratic University Staff Associations): meetings, 1989
0151. United Democratic Front, n.d.,1987 -1988
0152. Venda Report: Repression, 1990
0153. Violence, 1990-1993
0154. Yale Law and Policy Review, “Battery City Park: A Model for Financing Low-income Housing,” 1989
0155. Yale University, 1993
0156. Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA; Proclamation: “A Day in Solidarity the Soweto, 1983”
0157. Washington Office on Africa, 1989-1993
0158. Working document: A bill of rights for a new South Africa, 1991
0159. Zambia, 1986; 1989-1991

 

Box 0035
0160. Apostolic Nunciature, 1992
0161. Budget Proposal, n.d.
0162. Conference on Africa in America, 1988-1990
0163. Draft: Infringements of Trade Union rights in South Africa, n.d.
0164. O.A.U (Organisation of African Unity): Statements, 1993
0165. Organisation of South African Americans and Canadians, 1991
0166. UNDP Assistance programme, 1991 – 1993
0167. Papers presented to the United Nations General Assembly, n.d., 1987, 1991, 1992.
0168. Special Committee against Apartheid, 1988, 1994

 

 

Series VI – United Nations Documents

 

Inter-governmental Group to Monitor the Supply and Shipping of Oil and Petroleum Products to South Africa

Box 0036
0001.1985-1993
0002.1990-1993
0003.1992

 

Box 0037
0004. 1988, 1992
0005. 1992
0006. 1992

Box 0038
0007. 1991
0008. 1991
009 1990

 

Box 0039
0010. 1989
0011. 1985, 1988 – 1990

Permanent Missions
Box 0040
0012. Algeria, 1988
0013. Angola, 1992-1993
0014. Argentina, 1993
0015. Australia, 1992-1993
0016. Austria, 1993
0017. Barbados, 1993
0018. Belize, 1993
0019. Botswana, 1988-1993
0020. Brazil, 1992
0021. Bulgaria, 1986; 1992
0022. Burkina Faso, 1990
0023. Cambodia, 1990
0024. Cameroon, 1991
0025. Canada, 1993
0026. China, 1992-1993
0027. Columbia, 1993
0028. Cuba, 1989-1992
0029. Czechoslovakia, 1986
0030. El Salvador, 1988-1989
0031. Ethiopia, 1992

 

Box 0041
0032. Finland, 1993
0033. German Democratic Republic, 1986
0034. Guatemala, 1989-1991
0035. Guyana, 1991-1993
0036. Haiti, 1990
0037. India, 1988-1993
0038. Indonesia, 1992-1993
0039. Iran, 1992
0040. Israel, 1989-1990
0041. Jamaica, 1990; 1992
0042. Japan, 1986; 1991-1994
0043. Kuwait, 1992-1993
0044. Laos, 1993
0045. Lesotho, 1990
0046. Libya, 1980; 1990
0047. Madagascar, 1993
0048. Malaysia, 1991; 1993

 

Box 0042
0049. Mauritania, 1990
0050. Mozambique, 1991-1992
0051. Namibia, 1989 – 1991 (1)
0052. Namibia, 1992 (2)
0053. Nepal, 1992
0054. Netherlands, 1988
0055. New Zealand, 1991-1992
0056. Niger,1993
0057. Nigeria, 1988-1993
0058. Norway, 1986-1993

 

Box 0043
0059. Pakistan, 1986; 1992
0060. Palestine, n.d.
0061. PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization), 1987-1989
0062. Panama, 1990
0063. Papua New Guinea, 1991-1993
0064. Philippines, 1986; 1993
0065. Poland, 1993
0066. Russia, 1986;1992
0067. Saudi Arabia, 1992
0068. South Africa (1), 1989-1993
0069. South Africa (2), 1991 – 1993
0070. South Africa: Press Releases/News highlights from the South African media, 1991-1993

 

Box 0044
0071. South Korea, 1989-1990
0072. Suriname, 1990
0073. Swaziland, 1990; 1992
0074. Sweden, 1986
0075. Syrian Arab Republic, 1990-1991
0076. Taiwan, 1985; 1990
0077. Tanzania, 1992-1993
0078. Thailand, 1991
0079. Trinidad and Tobago, 1986
0080. Uganda, 1992-1993
0081. Ukraine, 1988-1993
0082. United Arab Emirates, 1992
0083. United States of America, 1991-1993
0084. Uruguay, 1993
0085. Venezuela, 1990-1991
0086. Vanuatu, Republic of, 1990
0087. Vietnam, 1989;1991
0088. Yugoslavia, 1986; 1990
0089. Zaire, 1992
0090. Zimbabwe, 1983-1993

 

Box 0045 Photographs

 

Box 0046
0094. Rothko Chapel
0095. Rothko Chapel Awards