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Photograph of Klaus Pringsheim and others at a table

Item is a photograph with the inscription on reverse “Tokyo, [Weihnachten?] 1959 #2.” Names of individuals left to right are Monika Pringsheim, Klaus Pringsheim (junior), Hans Eriks wife Yuki Inagaki, Hans-Erik Pringsheim, Yurika Pringsheim and Klaus Pringsheim (senior). Hans-Erik Pringsheims is Klaus Pringsheims eldest son, Monika and Yurika are Hans-Erik's daughters.

Elisabeth Mann Borgese fonds

  • MS-2-744
  • Fonds
  • 1938-2002, predominant 1969-2001
Fonds consists of records pertaining primarily to the professional activities of Elisabeth Mann Borgese, focusing on major organizations and projects with which she was affiliated from the beginning of her North American career in the 1940s. The collection includes correspondence, publications and drafts, administrative records, conference materials, sound and video recordings, research materials, photographs, and other materials.

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann

Fables by Elisabeth Mann Borgese

File contains typed drafts of short stories by Elisabeth Mann Borgese. Includes "Birdpeople," "The Time Bomb," and "How Gottlieb Hauptman Abolished the Death Penalty: A Fable," with a German translation: "Die Parabel von der Zeitbombe."

'P' - 'R' miscellaneous

Correspondents include Donald J. Patton; Joanne E. Pronych; Dawn Russell; Patrick J.C. Ryall; Allan C. Shaw; Mary Somers (concerning the UNA Medal of Honour received by EMB).

Letter of agreement

Agreement between International Ocean Institute and Dalhousie concerning the move of Ocean Yearbook to the Department of Law at Dalhousie. File includes correspondence with Dawn Russell, Acting Dean of Law (see 303-6) for related correspondence.

'R' miscellaneous

Correspondents include R. Rajagopalan; Subba Rao Durvasula; Peter Rona; Dawn Russell (Acting Dead of Dalhousie School of Law); Joanne Erickson Ruttum.

'R' miscellaneous correspondence

File contains correspondence with Dr. R. Rajagopalan; Philip Reynolds; Karl Ratzka; Rob Rieman (Nexus Institute); Elliot Richardson; Dr. Julian Nida-Rumelin (re. Thomas Mann); Alexander Rudigier (re. Thomas Mann); Professor Nicholas Robinson; Antonio Rengifo; Sir Shridath Ramphal; Peter Ricketts; Alan Ruffman; Dr. David Reuben; Ganpat Roonwal; Dr. Rama Rao; Dr. Kennet Rattray (Solicitor General, Jamaica. Attached is a letter Elisabeth Mann Borgese sent to the United Nations Secretary-General); Jacques Richardson; D. V. Subba Rao (attached is a paper by Rao, published in “Ocean Frontiers”); Krishna Rajagopal (personal); Dr. Mario Calderon Rivera; Minister Shahryar Rashed; Dr. David Ross; P. K. Rastogi; Maria Ramirez Ribes; Lyse Richer (regarding Elisabeth Mann Borgese's opera, “Soltanto il Rogo”); Constance Robinson (former student); Douglas Roche; Dr. Alexander J.J.C. Roncari; William F. Royce (attached is an article by Royce); Sheldon Rahn (regarding a project proposal). Some correspondence may be personal. The file also includes a speech by Gerhard Roth on the Hanse Institute for Advanced Study.

'L' and 'M' miscellaneous

Includes correspondence from Patricia Lane, K.T. Leffek, George Livanos, Paul MacLeod, Anne Camille Maher, Jagmohan Maini, Noreen Marshall, M.A. Martin-Sane, Nicolas Matte, Bruce Matthews, R.I. McAllister, Derek McDougall, Magda Cordell McHale, Robert McKinnell, D.G. Miller, and Carol McKinnon.

Winham, Gilbert R.

Includes correspondence with K.T. Leffek, Jean Muller, Henry Hicks, Jan van Ettinger, and Ronald MacDonald. Also includes "The law of the sea negotiations and the Canadian policy process."

'A' miscellaneous

Some correspondence concerns Pacem in Maribus, Training Programme, UNCLoS, the Oceanic Circle, Thomas Mann and the Mann family. Correspondents include (among others): Gerard Ackers; Jens Affeld; A.A. Aleem; Monica Allen (who interviewed EMB); Ali Alfred Ali; Gary Anderson; Ayaa Armah; Kell Antoft; Harry Ashmore; Kader Asmal; Hamza Azzedine.

'T' - 'W' miscellaneous

Some correspondence concerns EMB's Political Science courses. Correspondents include Tom Traves (includes letters of appointment); Victor Thiessen; Daniel Woolf.

Correspondence of Elisabeth Mann Borgese regarding establishing a Mediterranian Regional Centre for Research and Development in Marine Industrial Technology

File consists of correspondence of Elisabeth Mann Borgese regarding establishing a Mediterranian Regional Centre for Research and Development in Marine Industrial Technology. Correspondents include: Aldo E. Chircop; Umberto Leanza; Abdul Rahman Allrawi; and J. Hugh Faulkner. Includes: an issue paper from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization; paper on the establishment of Malta as the centre; and the report of the technical experts on the establishment of a Mediterranean Regional Centre for Research and Development in Marine Industrial Technology.

Women of the world (W.O.W.)

File includes an 11-minute animated color film called "W.O.W. (Women of the World)." The film is directed and produced by Faith Hubley. Hubly began working on the film after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1975. She designed the storyboards during a seminar at the Yale University School of Art. The film features music composed and conducted by William Russo. Musicians include Paula Hatcher, Rosalind Ross, Eugene Orcutt, Louise Schulman, Eugene J. Moye Jr., and James Preiss. The film was animated by Ruth Kissane, William Littlejohn, Barry Nelson, Earl James, Spencer Peel, and Kate Wodell. Artists include Faith Hubley, Kate Wodell, Gen Hirsch, Georgia Hubley, and Ida Greenberg. Brigalia Bam, Joan Erikson, and Letty Russell were consultants to Hubley. John Taylor and John Hubley were associate producers.

W.O.W was produced for the World Council of Churches in honour of the United Nations' Women's Year in 1975. It addresses historical gender relations and gender issues up to the 1970s.

Talk on shipbuilding given by D. Mitsatsos

Item is an audio cassette recording of a presentation on shipbuilding conditions around the world given by D. Mitsatsos. The location and date of the talk is unknown. Part of Side B includes Greek spoken word and music that "nothing to do with the presentation of the shipbuilding condition around the world" and is provided as entertainment.

Part two of a talk on shipbuilding given by D. Mitsatsos

Item is part one of a presentation on the shipbuilding conditions around the world, given by D. Mitsatsos. The location and date of the talk is unknown.Part of Side B includes Greek spoken word and music that "nothing to do with the presentation of the shipbuilding condition around the world" and is provided as entertainment.

'K' miscellaneous correspondence

File contains correspondence with Armelli de Kerros, P. Korrinsp (?), Lee Kimball, Susan Kaeser, Don and Marion Kelley, Robert L. Kanter, and Lars-Ake Kvarning. Topics of discussion include "The Drama of the Oceans," and an upcoming book on self-management by Elisabeth Mann Borgese.

Appendix III : Soviet answer to the question : what must be done to ensure that the achievements of science are put to work in the economy without delay and on a broad scale?

File contains an appendix to an unknown document. The appendix is titled "Soviet answer to the question: What must be done to ensure that the achievements of science are put to work in the economy without delay and on a broad scale?"

Correspondence and supporting documents regarding "Ocean Governance and the United Nations"

File contains correspondence with contributors to, and readers of, Elisabeth Mann Borgese's book, based on the Pacem in Maribus (PIM) XXI (21) conference. Also includes an advertisment for the book from Dalhousie's Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, and correspondence surrounding the Chinese translation of the book. File Includes copies of the preface and introduction to the book, the table of contents, and copies of two chapters from the book (Chapter 9: "Ocean Governance and the Secretary-General's Agenda for Peace," and the economics chapter).

Correspondence with Krishan Saigal

File contains correspondence to/from Saigal. Much of which discusses various International Ocean Institute (IOI) activities, including training programmes, courses, Pacem in Maribus (PIM) conventions, and funding.

'S' miscellaneous correspondence

File contains correspondence with Alan Swabey regarding a talk for the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, as well as correspondence with K.D. Suter, Kazuo Sumi, A.W. Smith, G.J. Smith, and C. Sanger.

Correspondence with the International Ocean Institute-South Pacific

File contains correspondence with and about International Ocean Institute (IOI)-South Pacific, some of which concerns the Independent World Commission on the Oceans (IWCO), funding proposals (for "Management Issues in Environmental and Resource Economics," and "Management and Development of Coastal Fisheries"), and the Pacem in Maribus convocations. File includes a discussion paper prepared by the IOI-South Pacific ("Towards 2000: The Future Governance of the International Ocean Institute"), course outlines and participant forms for two IOI-South Pacific Training Programmes, a copy of "Pasifika," the IOI-South Pacific newsletter (April 1995-March 1996), action reports and a press release

Correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and Robert "Bob" Sollen

File contains correspondence with Robert ("Bob") Sollen of the Santa Barbara News Press. Includes an advertisment Elisabeth Mann Borgese wished to palce in the paper regarding a lost stamp collection, Mann Borgese's "The Drama of the Oceans" (including a list of technical errors). The file also includes a newspaper clipping by Sollen ("The UN Today: A Newsman Visits--and Listens...").
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