JMAS-9 AwardsDocuments from [11/1967] to 15 November 1981
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Material relating to awards presented both to John McCloy and Jean Monnet for their contribution to European peace and integration, includes: text of speech by McCloy, toastmaster, at the annual dinner of the Family of Man on the occasion of their honouring Monnet with the Society of the Family of Man award. - Letter from McCloy to Henry Kissinger, US Secretary of State, thanking him for writing to Monnet on his receipt of the Aspen Institute Humanistic Award, and speech by Monnet on acceptance of Aspen prize. Documents relating to the honouring of John McCloy as the first laureate of the Jean Monnet prize, from the Jean Monnet Foundation, for Europe, Lausanne, with speech suggestions from J. Robert Schaetzel and George W. Ball formerly of the US State Department. Remarks by McCloy on his being presented with the Aspen Award, speech refers to his predecessors, Monnet and Willy Brandt, former Chancellor of Germany.
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The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA