JMAS-59 Correspondence

Documents from 31 May 1955 to 17 September 1976

Identity Statement

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Reference Archivists

Carr, Mary

Content and Structure


Letters from Shepard Stone to Jean Monnet or concerning Monnet, includes:notes from Stone to Monnet arranging to meet,- letters to François Duchene and Max Kohnstamm, Action Committee regarding the best means of getting sponsorship for the Nobel Peace Prize and procedures for nominations, referring to Monnet as possible recipient,- letters to Monnet from Stone asking him to speak at the Council on Foreign Relations about the European Community and Britain,- letter from Stone to Monnet asking him to meet new American Ambassador to Bonn, Walter (Red) Dowling,- letter from Monnet to Stone regarding the difficulties in negotiating agricultural questions, negotiations for US and Western European agreement on atomic energy for defence and British Sterling difficulties,- letter from Monnet to Stone regarding his personal archives and, as annex, details of contents of his personal collection in chronological and thematic order and quantity of dossiers in each section,- newspaper article concerning Monnet's memoirs from the «International Herald Tribune», 17 Sept. 1976 entitled "Jean Monnet recounts 50 years of public and private life" by James Goldsborough.

Conditions of Access and Use


English, French

Type of Archival Materials


Allied Materials

Location of Originals

The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA

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