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United States. Economic Cooperation Administration



  • Existence: 1948 - 1951

Biographical / Historical

The Economic Cooperation Administration was created in 1948. Its functions were transferred to the Mutual Security Agency in 1951.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Robert Blum papers

Call Number: MS 87
Abstract: The papers consist of professional papers largely reflecting Robert Blum's activities with organizations working on problems in Asia and international affairs. Almost half of the papers are records of the Asia Foundation (1953-1962). Included are monthly reports, speeches and articles, and notes and photographs from annual trips to Asia (1953-1964). Other organizations represented include the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, UNESCO, the American Assembly, and the National Strategy...
Dates: 1950-1964

John Collier papers

Call Number: MS 146
Abstract: The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, writings, memoranda and reports, research materials, and miscellanea, documenting the personal life and professional career of John Collier. His service with the American Indian Defense Association (A.I.D.A.), as United States Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and as a teacher and author is detailed. Correspondence files include materials with leading political, literary, and social figures. Drafts of books, articles, essays, reviews, and...
Dates: 1910-1987

Jefferson Franklin Ray, Jr. papers

Call Number: MS 1607

The Jefferson Franklin Ray, Jr. Papers consist of correspondence, professional papers, personal papers and photographs that document Ray's private life, family and career. The bulk of the collection chronicles Ray's education at Yale University and professional career as a diplomat and administrator in East Asia from 1920 to 1953. There is also documentation on other family members, including Ray's father, Jefferson Franklin Ray, Sr., who served as a missionary in Japan.

Dates: 1837-1990, bulk 1920-1955