File contains photograph of a promotional poster/flyer for Pacem in Maribus (PIM) I, signed "Miguel". Contains sticky note inscribed “found with information regarding PIM conference 1970. Agenda, Publications”.
File contains black-and-white print of Elisabeth Mann Borgese and others seated at table. The photograph was developed in the Netherlands, and was, originally found with correspondence and publications from RIO (Reshaping the International Order).
File contains a photograph of the first open session of Pacem in Maribus VI, held in Okinawa, Japan. Inscription on the reverse reads: “The first open session of the “Pacem in Maribus VI” conference, held at Moon Beach Hotel, Okinawa, on October 2 and 3. The Conference drew delegates from twenty-eight nations, and was held as a prelude to the law of the sea conference to be convened next year.” Photograph originally found among Pacem in Maribus (PIM) VI materials.
File contains a photograph of an electron micrograph, with the inscription on reverse "a coccolith. As electron micrograph (x7500) microscopic pela[?] plant, less the 10 microns in diameter”. Originally found among publications from the early 1970s.
Item is a photograph with the inscription on reverse “Elizabeth, Thank you for your contribution to the workshop, especially for the attention you gave the students. Sincerely, Lise Lamontagne.” Elisabeth Mann Borgese is featured at the left hand side of the photograph, second row, second in.
File contains a photograph of Tommy Koh, taken at the United Nations, with the inscription on reverse "(REPS:SING:POR*) NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SINGAPORE PRESENTS CREDENTIALS UN 125,510 UNITED NATIONS, New York 16 July 1974. Portrait of T.T.B. KOH, The new Permanent Representative of Singapore to the United Nations, who presented his credentials to Secretary-General Kurt WALDHEIM at United Nations Headquarters today. Mr. KOH served a previous term as Permanent Representative of Singapore to the UN from 1968-71 and was Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, at the University of Singapore from 1971-1974. CREDIT MUST READ: UNITED NATIONS PHOTO 125,510 Y.NACATA/MF”.