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Camps Papers, 1937-1995 (Bulk: 1960-1980)
25 boxes (20.96 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 0627 (LD 7096.6 1937 Camp)

Abstract:
Camps, Miriam Camp, 1916-1995; Foreign Affairs Officer, editor, author. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1937. Papers consist of correspondence, writings, notebooks, 158 books, memos, papers, articles and pamphlets by Camps and others, biographical material, appointment book, passports, and photographs. Seventeen subject fields on topics such as Europe and trade. Primarily documenting her career in international relations with specific interest in the economics and politics of Europe.

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Unrestricted

Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections
South Hadley, MA

Biographical Note

Miriam Camp Camps, a Foreign Affairs Officer, editor, and author was born in 1916 in Lynn, Massachusetts and graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1937. After receiving her master's degree from Bryn Mawr College in 1938, she was a foreign affairs officer in the U.S. Department of State from 1939-1954. During that time she worked in several foreign affairs departments. Among them were the Board of Economic Warfare at the U.S. Embassy in London, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Economic and Social Affairs, the Policy Planning Staff and the Bureau of European Affairs. She specialized in problems relating to European economic cooperation and integration and was involved in the development and implementation of the Marshall Plan, the Organization for European Economic Cooperation (which became the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), the European Coal and Steel Community and other forerunners of the European Community. In 1953 she was acting head of the US Delegation to the annual meeting in Geneva of the UN Economic Commission for Europe. In 1954, she resigned to marry Professor William A. Camps, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge University and was an editor at the Economist from 1954-1956. Camps returned to the Department of State in 1961 as a consultant to the under secretary for economic affairs, and in 1967 she became an international economist in the Office of the Secretary. She was appointed vice chairwoman of the Policy Planning Staff from 1968-1970. She was associated with the organization known as Political and Economic Planning (London), the Royal Institute of Foreign Affairs (London), and the Council on Foreign Relations (New York). Her association with the Council on Foreign Relations began in 1963, and led to the publication of several studies, among them "First World Relationships: the Role of the OECD"; the "1980s Project," and "The New Multilateralism: Can the International Trading System Be Saved?" (in collaboration with William Diebold). Camps was the author of eight books, including "Britain and the European Community, 1955-63"; "What Kind of Europe?"; and "European Unification in the Sixties". She also wrote numerous articles for professional journals. She received an honorary LL.D. degree from Mount Holyoke College (1959); was a Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge University; and was a member of the Executive Committee and Council of the International Institute of Strategic Studies in London. Camps died in 1995.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The papers of Miriam Camp Camps consist of both personal and professional information. They include correspondence with, among others, her sister Margaret Schwartz, Bill Diebold, Linc Gordon, John and Margaret Leddy, Carl D. Corse, Jacques Reinstein, Francois Duchene, Henry Owens, Prudence Steiner and Julie Katzman, (1959-1993); writings and reference notes (1950-1985); notebooks (1954-1975); approximately 158 books; memos; papers, articles and pamphlets (both by Camps and by others); 17 Subject Files on topics such as Europe, Trade, UNCTAD, etc.; biographical material consisting of a "Chronology" of her life, resumes, interviews, articles, a book of friends' recollections, a video cassette, newspaper clippings and obituaries and tributes (1937-1995); "daily diaries" (appointment books), dated from 1954-1993; passports (1954-1988); and photographs. The materials document her long career in international economics and politics. They provide detailed information about her published and unpublished work in the field of international relations; the conferences she attended and talks she gave; and her interest in a variety of economic and political institutions and policies.


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Contents List
Correspondence,
1959-1993
1 box, 16 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Primarily consists of Camp's correspondence with colleagues and friends, including her sister Margaret Schwartz, Bill Diebold, Francois Duchene, Jacques Reinstein, Linc Gordon, John and Margaret Leddy, Carl D. Corse, Henry Owens, Prudence Steiner and Julie Katzman. The correspondence documents both her personal and professional life.

Letters with Princeton trade members


Box 1: folder 1
[John] Leddy,
[Carl D.] Corse letters 1959

Box 1: folder 2
Ford Foundation - Slater letters [1959-1960]


Box 1: folder 3
Letter to Reinstein May 1960


Box 1: folder 4
Misc. Correspondence [1960-1965]


Box 1: folder 5
Misc. Correspondence 1970s


Box 1: folder 6
Corresp. with Bill Diebold Aug 1971-Dec 1976


Box 1: folder 7
Corresp. Diebold 1977-1978


Box 1: folder 8
Corresp. Linc Gordon [July 1974-Aug 1978]


Box 1: folder 9
Corresp. Diebold 1979


Box 1: folder 10
Corresp. Diebold 1981


Box 1: folder 11
Corresp. Chron Feb. 1981-1982


Box 1: folder 12
Corresp. Chron. 1983-1984


Box 1: folder 13
Diebold 1984


Box 1: folder 14
1985 Chron.


Box 1: folder 15
Chron. 1986


Box 1: folder 16
Corresp. Chron. 1987


Box 1: folder 17
Corresp. Chron. 1988


Box 1: folder 18
Corresp. Chron. 1989


Box 1: folder 19
Corresp. Chron. 1990


Box 1: folder 20
Corresp. Chron. 1991


Box 1: folder 21
Chron. 1992


Box 1: folder 22
O. Bange [corresp.,
Nov. 1992-Jan 1993]

Box 1: folder 23
Writings and Book Notes,
1950-1985
2 boxes, 2.5 linear ft

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Writings and book notes consists of copies of some of Camp's published work, such as articles and papers. Also included are book reviews; letters related to her books and articles; article and book notes; and reference material in connection with her books Britain and the EC 1955-1963, What Kind of Europe?, European Unification in the Sixties, Management of Interdependence, and New Multilateralism (a book whe wrote with Bill Diebold).

MC on European Community 1950-1955


Box 2: folder 1
MC's Economist pieces 1954-1956


Box 2: folder 2
[MC's paper for John Leddy 1955]


Box 2: folder 3
[Corresp. and notes re: Leddy paper]


Box 2: folder 4
Reviews,
letters on Britain & The EC '55-'63

Box 2: folder 5
MC on European Community 1956-1960


Box 2: folder 6
ICC pieces 1958-1960


Box 2: folder 7
[Comments,
etc., PEP pamphlets 1958-1961]

Box 2: folder 8
[Pieces in Foreign Affairs 1960,
& corresp.]

Box 2: folder 9
Corresp. & Think-pieces ex US-Europe 1960


Box 2: folder 10
MC on European Community 1961-65 [#1]


Box 2: folder 11
MC on European Community 1961-65 [#2]


Box 2: folder 12
Notes on talks with Frank Lee,
Autumn 1962

Box 2: folder 13
Reviews,
lett. on What Kind of Europe '64-66

Box 2: folder 14
MC London Times articles 1965


Box 2: folder 15
Rev.,
lett. on European Unification in '60s

Box 2: folder 16
MC useful writings on Europe 1966-1970


Box 2: folder 17
MC writings,
book review, etc., 1970s

Box 2: folder 18
Rev.,
lett. on Mgt. of Interdependence 1974

Box 2: folder 19
Book notes 1976-1979


Box 2: folder 20
[Reference notes for 1980s book]


Box 2: folder 21
Articles for Can. Jour. of Int'l Affairs '79


Box 2: folder 22
Rev.,
lett. on Collective Management 1980s

Box 2: folder 23
Notes from MC/WD interviews for NM [book] 81


Box 2: folder 24
New Multilateralism-notes & lett. early 80s


Box 2: folder 25
NM - Reviews,
comments, etc., [early 1980s]

Box 2: folder 26
NM - Diebold letters on [early 1980s]


Box 2: folder 27
NM - 2nd edition notes,
leters, etc., [1985]

Box 2: folder 28
Book notes Chapter I


Box 3: folder 1
Chapter VI


Box 3: folder 2
Book notes EFTA Chapter VIII draft & cuttings


Box 3: folder 3
EFTA - Six (Also Ireland)


Box 3: folder 4
Notes,
cuttings, for Chapter X

Box 3: folder 5
Notes,
press cuttings, etc., for Chapter X

Box 3: folder 6
Chapter XI Notes,
cuttings

Box 3: folder 7
Chapter XII


Box 3: folder 8
Book notes - Chapter XII Sep. 1961-Oct 1962


Box 3: folder 9
Chapter XIII Book notes


Box 3: folder 10
Book notes Chapter XIII Commonwealth


Box 3: folder 11
Chatper XIII - [cuttings on UK & Common Mkt]


Box 3: folder 12
Chapter XV book notes


Box 3: folder 13
Last chapter & book notes Chapter XV-XVI


Box 3: folder 14
Book notes Aftermath chapter


Box 3: folder 15
Summaries of Bretherton docs.


Box 3: folder 16
FTA and Commonwealth


Box 3: folder 17
Notes Hansard


Box 3: folder 18
Book notes - [Hansard proceedings,
etc.]

Box 3: folder 19
Book notes OECD Chapter


Box 3: folder 20
Book notes Treaty of Rome


Box 3: folder 21
Treaty of Rome notes Jan 1957-July 1957


Box 3: folder 22
UK Six misc. book notes


Box 3: folder 23
Book notes July '55-April '56 Spaak Report


Box 3: folder 24
Book notes - Spaak Report,
Signature Treaty of Rome (including FTA) May '56-March '57

Box 3: folder 25
Cuttings-NYT Autumn 1956 (UK Six & FTA)


Box 3: folder 26
Book notes FTA Sep. 1956-Sep. 1957


Box 3: folder 27
GATT discussion - 1957


Box 3: folder 28
Book notes Free Trade Area Oct 1957-End 58


Box 3: folder 29
Book notes FTA Jul 1-Dec 31,
1957 cuttings

Box 3: folder 30
Cuttings on Autumn 1959 discussion between UK & Five of Six


Box 3: folder 31
Book notes part of Aftermath chapter


Box 3: folder 32
End of OEECD Chapter,
Chapter IX, book notes May 1960

Box 3: folder 33
Book notes Commonwealth May,
June,July 1961

Box 3: folder 34
Notebooks,
1954-1975
1 box, 5 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Contains 18 of Camp's notebooks, dated from 1954 to 1975. The note book consist of notes from various meetings, discussion groups, etc.

Notebooks May 1954 - Jan 1956


Box 4: folder 1
Notebooks March 1956 - Summer 1958


Box 4: folder 2
Notebooks 1958 - Dec. 12,
1960

Box 4: folder 3
Notebooks Jan 10-12,
1962 - 1963

Box 4: folder 4
Notebooks 1975 + 1 undated


Box 4: folder 5
Conferences,
1957-1994
3 boxes, 4 linear ft

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Consists of notes, proceedings and papers read at conferences, meetings, seminars and discussion groups which Miriam Camp attended. These conferences were on matters related to European and American international economic and political affairs, such as the Tuxedo Park Conferences, Ditchley Conferences and Chatham House European Groups.

Merril Center[for Economics Conf. May 1957]


Box 5: folder 1
Cairo Conference July 1962


Box 5: folder 2
Study Groups [on Europe 1964-1965]


Box 5: folder 3
CH-European Discussion Groups,
etc.['66-'67]

Box 5: folder 4
Notes on Trends Conf. [Dec 1970,
Sterling Forest, Tuxedo]

Box 5: folder 5
CFR Trends Conference [1970]


Box 5: folder 6
Ditchley Park - Common Market Conf. April 71


Box 5: folder 7
Tuxedo Park[Working Meeting on Int'l Order & International Institutions] Oct. 1971


Box 5: folder 8
[Federal Trust for Education & Research - discussion meetings Dec '71-Jan '76]


Box 5: folder 9
[Post-Tuxedo thoughts - Working Group,
Feb. 10, 1972]

Box 5: folder 10
June meeting,
1972 - Sterling Forest

Box 5: folder 11
Ditchley Park Conference June 1972


Box 5: folder 12
Konstamm Conference Brussels Nov 28-Dec '72


Box 5: folder 13
Bermuda Meetings[Int'l Order...] Dec. 1972


Box 5: folder 14
[Correspondence re 1971,
1972 Conferences]

Box 5: folder 15
Ditchley Park January 12-15,
1973

Box 5: folder 16
Mt. Kisco Meeting [Jan-June 1973]


Box 6: folder 1
Record[for Int'l Order & Int'l...1970-1973]


Box 6: folder 2
Salzburg[Seminar in American Studies Aug. 19-Sep. 8] 1973


Box 6: folder 3
Ditchley Growth Conf. June 7-10,
1974

Box 6: folder 4
Chatham House European Groups 1975-1976


Box 6: folder 5
Hungarian Conference January 1976 CFR


Box 6: folder 6
IISS-Europ.Study Comm. Brussels Apr 2-3,
'76

Box 6: folder 7
CFR Rumanian & Yugoslav Conf.'s Sep-Oct '76


Box 6: folder 8
CFR 1980s Project,
Bellagio Conf. Mar 4-9'78

Box 6: folder 9
IISS - IAI Conferences corresp. April 1978


Box 6: folder 10
LSE Commodities Conference July 1978


Box 6: folder 11
IISS Straesa Sept. 1978


Box 6: folder 12
Ditchley Park Conference January 1979


Box 6: folder 13
Ditchley Conf. on Trade & Money Jan. 1979


Box 6: folder 14
Salzburg Seminar March 1979 lectures


Box 6: folder 15
[Donner Prog. Colloquium] Toronto Oct. 1979


Box 6: folder 16
IDS-ODI-ODC Conf. Nov '79 [Rich Country Interests Conf.]


Box 6: folder 17
Mgt. of Interdep. - papers for group [1970s]


Box 6: folder 18
SERC Conf. Jan 5-8[1980] Old & New (Industrialized Countries)


Box 6: folder 19
Trilateral (Dublin Conf. Nov 23-24,
1980

Box 7: folder 1
[Journal of Common Mkt. Studies] Conf. on EC Oxford,
March 1982

Box 7: folder 2
Quaker/Commonwealth Sec. Conf. Geneva Mar.84


Box 7: folder 3
Ford Foundation-Conf. on Int'l & Regional Institutions Nov. 7-8,
1984

Box 7: folder 4
ASIL Conference Bellagio April 1985


Box 7: folder 5
Andrew Shonfield Assoc. Sympos. Sep 87-Mar91


Box 7: folder 6
"Treaty of Rome" Conference 3 Dec. 1987


Box 7: folder 7
Marjolin Mtg. Sept. 1989


Box 7: folder 8
CH Study Group Feb.-July 1990


Box 7: folder 9
Chatham House/CFR Conference Dec. 1990


Box 7: folder 10
Europe and Kennedy Conf. - Florence 1992


Box 7: folder 11
Britian & European Conf. 6-10 July,
1992

Box 7: folder 12
Ctr. of Int'l Studies Conf.30 June-2 July'93


Box 7: folder 13
Bretton Woods [Revisited] Conference [1994]


Box 7: folder 14
Talks,
1959-1990
12 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Talks consists of written versions of talks given by Camp, lecture notes and related correspondence. The subject matter of her talks includes European economic and political affairs, US-Western European relations and international trade.

MC Talks 1959-1960


Box 7: folder 15
MC talks Europe 1961-1963


Box 7: folder 16
MC talks 1964-1966


Box 7: folder 17
MC Talks Europe 1967-1968


Box 8: folder 1
Talks 1970


Box 8: folder 2
MC talk to Staff CFR on Management of Interdependence Group Sep. 1972


Box 8: folder 3
Talk to Hinsley Seminar - US-EC relations Nov. 1972


Box 8: folder 4
Atlantic Instistute talks July 1973


Box 8: folder 5
MC talks 1973-1974


Box 8: folder 6
Talks to LSE Feb. 3,
1976

Box 8: folder 7
Draft speeches Moscow May 1976


Box 8: folder 8
USSR trip May'76-notes & outlines re talks


Box 8: folder 9
Talks - Germany June 1976


Box 8: folder 10
Talk SOAS 9 July'76 New Int'l Econ. Order


Box 8: folder 11
MC talks - ASIL New York Bar,
etc. Nov. '77

Box 8: folder 12
Talk to Univ. of Calif. July 1978


Box 8: folder 13
MC talks on trade,
mgt. of change, etc., to Headley Bull Seminar Nov. 1978

Box 8: folder 14
MC talks Nov'78 on UK,
to CFR Station Staff

Box 8: folder 15
Talk to LSE 3/4/80


Box 8: folder 16
Talk to Chatham House pdm Oct 8 1980 - Towards a New Bretton Woods


Box 8: folder 17
Talk to CFR Staff end April 1983


Box 8: folder 18
Talks on UK,
EC 1955-63 to German ADEF - May 1988

Box 8: folder 19
Talk to CH Study Group on "Old Atlanticism" Feb. 1990


Box 8: folder 20
Trips,
1957-1976
2 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

This series contains notes Camp made during her trips abroad, mainly to Brussels and Paris. They provide information on her discussions and meetings with various people involved in international economic and political affairs.

Hague,
Brussels, Luxembourg & Paris Oct. '57

Box 8: folder 21
Notes on Brussels Trip - May 4-8,
1959

Box 8: folder 22
Brussels Trip - October 7-11,
1959

Box 8: folder 23
Paris Trip - June 11-12,
1960 (notes

Box 8: folder 24
Notes on Brussels trip Sept. 12-15,
1960

Box 8: folder 25
Brussels trip May 15-18,
1961

Box 8: folder 26
Notes on Geneva visit - March 6-7,
1962

Box 8: folder 27
Brussels,
July 4-6, 1962

Box 8: folder 28
Notes - Brussels trip Oct. 16-18,
1962

Box 8: folder 29
Brussels trip Sept. 23-25,
1963

Box 8: folder 30
Notes - Paris trip Dec. 5-6,
1963

Box 8: folder 31
Notes on US visit Jan. 1965


Box 8: folder 32
Notes on Paris trip end March,
1965

Box 8: folder 33
Notes on Bonn & Brussels trips 31 May-4 June,
1965

Box 8: folder 34
Notes on Brussels trip Nov. 4 & 5,
1970

Box 8: folder 35
Visit to Norway - Sept. 1975


Box 8: folder 36
Corresp.,
etc., re Moscow trip May 1976

Box 8: folder 37
Interviews,
1958-1974
2 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Consists of Camp's notes from her interviews of various people, including British Prime Minister Edward Heath.

1958 - Interviews


Box 8: folder 38
1961 - Notes on interviews


Box 8: folder 39
1962 - Notes on interviews


Box 8: folder 40
Interviews 1963


Box 8: folder 41
Notes on talks with [Edward] Heath July'63


Box 8: folder 42
Interviews late 1964-1965


Box 8: folder 43
Interviews - mostly on Europe 1964,
1965,'66

Box 8: folder 44
Interviews,
etc., 1966

Box 8: folder 45
Interviews 1967


Box 8: folder 46
MC - Notes on interviews,
etc., 1973-1974

Box 8: folder 47
Subject Files,
1945-1992
6 boxes, 8 linear ft

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and content:

Contians material related to the major organizations and institutions with which Camp was associated, through her writings or conferences, such as GATT, NATO, OEEC, OECD, UK Six, UN, UNCTAD, the Marshall Plan and the 1980s Project. This series also contains information related to Camp's interest in international trade, European economic and political affairs (including the European Monetary Union), and US-Western European relations (including US foreign policy). Also included are records of her work as a thesis advisor and examiner at Cambridge University for MPhil and PhD candidates. Camp's correspondence with, and writings by, Bill Diebold is also documented.

DIEBOLD


Box : folder 8
Diebold - New Multilateralism ['71-'81 #1]


Box 8: folder 48
Diebold - New Multilateralism ['71-'83 #2]


Box 8: folder 49
Correspondence Diebold 1982-1983


Box 9: folder 1
[1983 paper by Diebold on "US in the World Economy"]


Box 9: folder 2
[Misc.: Diebold and CFR-articles & lectures]


Box 9: folder 3
Ancient Economist pieces [by Diebold '85-87]


Box 9: folder 4
WD's article using MC's Acheson letter ['89]


Box 9: folder 5
EUROPE


Box 9: folder
Europe 1945-1949 EECE,
ECE, early Marsh. Plan

Box 9: folder 6
EECE/ECO/ECITO and early ECE


Box 9: folder 7
Chronologies - EC,
etc., [1946-1985]

Box 9: folder 8
1950-55 - useful material on early European integration EPSC,
EPC, etc.

Box 9: folder 9
1950s Europe miscellaneous


Box 9: folder 10
ECSC [Europ. Coal & Steel Community '53-'59]


Box 9: folder 11
Europe - miscellaneous - 1970s


Box 9: folder 12
UK-Europe 1971


Box 9: folder 13
"Year of Europe"-HAK [Henry Kissinger] 73-74


Box 9: folder 14
Misc. Europe useful 1975-1980 ex MC writings


Box 9: folder 15
Europe misc. 1980s ex MC papers,
etc.

Box 9: folder 16
Europe misc. 1990s ex MC papers,
etc.

Box 9: folder 17
CH WE[Western Europe] programme Autumn '91


Box 9: folder 18
GATT


Box 9: folder
Early useful GATT [1957-1962]


Box 9: folder 19
GATT Reform G7,
etc., 1984-1985

Box 9: folder 20
MC talk to MPhil seminar Feb. 1986 - Reform of GATT


Box 9: folder 21
MARSHALL PLAN


Box 9: folder
Marshall Plan docs. [1947]


Box 9: folder 22
Harvard Conf. on Marshall Plan May 1982


Box 9: folder 23
Marshall Plan history - [Charles Kindleberger's paper 1985]


Box 9: folder 24
Luxembourg - Marshall Plan Conf. Dec. '87


Box 9: folder 25
(including my talk on European integration)


Box 9: folder
Marsh. Plan Proj. Christenson material '91


Box 9: folder 26
MPHIL


Box 9: folder
Johnson thesis-corres. & notes on [1981-82]


Box 9: folder 27
MPhil (misc.) [1981-1986]


Box 9: folder 28
[MPhil-related material 1982-1985]


Box 9: folder 29
Katzman MPhil and after [1984-1987]


Box 9: folder 30
[MPhil thesis of Julie Katzman 1986]


Box 9: folder 31
[MPhil thesis of Jeffrey Pryce 1986]


Box 10: folder 1
History faculty - corres. on MPhil,
PhD candidates, etc. 1987-

Box 10: folder 2
[MPhil-related material Sabine Huth '87-92]


Box 10: folder 3
MPhil (de Koning) [1989]


Box 10: folder 4
S. Cardash MPhil [1992]


Box 10: folder 5
MONETARY UNION


Box 10: folder
Monetary Union 1970s


Box 10: folder 6
EMU (various people's articles) ['72-'75 #1]


Box 10: folder 7
EMU (various people's articles) ['72-'75 #2]


Box 10: folder 8
EMS - EMU. etc.,
1970s, 1980s

Box 10: folder 9
MONNET


Box 10: folder
Monnet Action Committee docs [1958-1967]


Box 10: folder 10
Duchene on Monnet Method - [a talk given by D. in 1986]


Box 10: folder 11
Monnet symposium Florence Oct. 20,
21, 1988

Box 10: folder 12
[Jean Monnet Centenary Seminar] Dec. 19,
'88

Box 10: folder 13
NATO


Box 10: folder
Early NATO 1949


Box 10: folder 14
1980s PROJECT


Box 10: folder
1980s Proj. - corres. & papers,
1973-1975

Box 10: folder 15
1980s Proj. - Mostly memos & notes by me[#1]


Box 10: folder 16
1980s Proj. - Mostly memos & notes by me[#2]


Box 10: folder 17
1980s Proj. - Seven Springs Conf. May 1979


Box 10: folder 18
OEEC


Box 10: folder
OEEC - pre-1954 [1949-1953]


Box 10: folder 19
OEEC - 1954,
1955, 1956

Box 10: folder 20
OEEC - 1957,
1958

Box 11: folder 1
OEEC docs. - FTA [1957-1958]


Box 11: folder 2
OEEC - 1959,
1960

Box 11: folder 3
[Misc. OEEC 1950s]


Box 11: folder 4
OECD


Box 11: folder
OECD [1960]


Box 11: folder 5
OECD-"1st World Relationships"['74-75 #1]


Box 11: folder 6
OECD-"1st World Relationships"['77-78 #2]


Box 11: folder 7
OECD - Lees papers [1975]


Box 11: folder 8
AN - OECD paper [by MC,
1975], notes, cuttings, [comments by others, corres.,]

Box 11: folder 9
Correspondence re OECD paper 1975-1976


Box 11: folder 10
OECD - structural adjustments [1978-79 #1]


Box 11: folder 11
OECD - structural adjustments [1978-79 #2]


Box 11: folder 12
OECD - structural adjustments [1978-79 #3]


Box 11: folder 13


Box : folder 12
MC talk on OECD Jan. 1983


Box 12: folder 1
TRADE


Box 12: folder
US official statements on FTA [1956,
1957]

Box 12: folder 2
Council of Europe - on FTA [1957]


Box 12: folder 3
Notes - The [European] FTA Negotiations 1958


Box 12: folder 4
Memos for Ford Foundation on CM & FTA '58-59


Box 12: folder 5
Trade Expansion Act & related materials '60s


Box 12: folder 6
Chapter VII Trade - notes [1967-1979]


Box 12: folder 7
Chapter VII Trade/Structural Change [77-78]


Box 12: folder 8
New ITO MC's ideas & comments on ASIL 77-80


Box 12: folder 9
Trade - misc. useful material [1979-1980]


Box 12: folder 10
Trade paper,
correp. on [1979-1980]

Box 12: folder 11
Trade - MC memos,
papers on 1984

Box 12: folder 12
UK SIX


Box 12: folder
Notes & documents,
UK Six 1963

Box 12: folder 13
Misc. notes,
etc., on UK Six [late 60s, 70s]

Box 12: folder 14
Misc. cuttings on UK Six 1970s


Box 12: folder 15
UN


Box 12: folder
Devastations [Econ. & Social Councils of the UN-report on recons. of devastated areas'46]


Box 12: folder 16
UN Restruct.-NIEO & other misc. UN ['70s #1]


Box 12: folder 17
UN Restruct.-NIEO & other misc. UN ['70s #2]


Box 12: folder 18
UN Restruct.-NIEO & other misc. UN ['70s #3]


Box 12: folder 19
UN Restruct.-NIEO & other misc. UN ['70s #4]


Box 12: folder 20
[UN Conference in DC May 24-25,
1984]

Box 12: folder 21
UNCTAD - 1984 Admin. Expenses - Corres. Figueredo,
Greenhill, etc.

Box -1: folder 1
US trip re UNCTAD paper March 1984 [notes]


Box -1: folder 2
Notes for UNCTAD paper 1984


Box -1: folder 3
MC paper for UNCTAD experts meeting May '84


Box -1: folder 4
UNCTAD - Geneva meeting July'84 papers,
notes, corresp.

Box -1: folder 5
US-EUROPE,
US-WE

Box -1: folder
MC memos Oct.'61 for Ball [re US-Europe]


Box -1: folder 6
Misc. MC talks ex Europe & US-WE 1960s


Box -1: folder 7
Atlantic Partnership - US & Europe Address on,
1962-1964

Box -1: folder 8
[Papers,
pamphlets on the Atlantic Alliance]

Box -1: folder 9
MC talks on US-WE to CH Services Conf. Oct65


Box -1: folder 10
US-Europe 1970s (also 1971 $ crisis)


Box -1: folder 11
Useful notes summer'76 re developments in US-WE relations


Box -1: folder 12
US-WE talk at Oxford - July 1977


Box -1: folder 13
Useful on US-WE in 1970s & 1980s


Box -1: folder 14
US-WE misc. 1980


Box -1: folder 15
Useful papers US-Europ. relationships '80-82


Box -1: folder 16
Ctr. for Strategic & Int'l Studies- Conf. on US-Europ. relations Brussels May 23-25,
'81

Box -1: folder 17
Talk Nov'82 US/WE to Cambridge RUSI semin.


Box -1: folder 18
[JSSP Conf. on US-WE in the 1980s] June 1983


Box -1: folder 19
Talk on US-WE relations 1945-69 given to CH seminar Feb. 1990 (also prep. notes)


Box -1: folder 20
US views of EC (talk) Sept. 1990


Box -1: folder 21
[Corres. with Henry Owens re foreign policy 1966-1968]


Box 14: folder 1
[Foreign Policy Groups 1967]


Box 14: folder 2
[Foreign Policy talks late 1960s]


Box 14: folder 3
US Foreign Policy 1970s (misc.)


Box 14: folder 4
US Foreign Policy,
talks & notes on Nixon's state of the world messages [1970-1972]

Box 14: folder 5
US foreign policy (brochures,
etc.

Box 14: folder 6
Mostly re: S/P [State Dept. 1972-1975]


Box 14: folder 7
Int'l System & Us foreign policy: MC unpublished writngs & talks on


Box 14: folder 8
Others' Writings,
1963-1990
12 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Contains papers and articles by Camp's colleagues, on which she had commented. Among them are the papers of Richard Cooper, James Meade and Jacques Pelkman.

[Carl Friedrichs' paper on Federalism 1963,
1964]

Box 14: folder 9
[Richard N.]Cooper-MS & articles[1971-1976]


Box 14: folder 10
[James Meade paper & MC comments Oct-Dec'74]


Box 14: folder 11
Notes on UK & EC re Macmillan's Memoirs['71]


Box 14: folder 12
Notes on Marjolin Memoirs


Box 14: folder 13
Notes on Charlton broadcasts on UK decisionto join EC [Feb. 1981]


Box 14: folder 14
Comments on Richardson lectures Sep.4,
1982

Box 14: folder 15
[Jacques Pelkman's paper and MC's critique


Box 14: folder 16
Bruges College of Europe Conf. Sep 1984]


Box 14: folder
James Meade [European Central Bank - his 1990 paper & MC's comments]


Box 14: folder 17
[Misc. papers & MC's notes 1970s #1]


Box 14: folder 18
[Misc. papers & MC's notes 1970s #2]


Box 14: folder 19
[Misc. papers & MC's notes 1970s #3]


Box 14: folder 20
Clippings and References,
1937-1990
2 boxes, 21 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

This series consists of newpaper clippings, articles, pamphlets, papers and documents which were of interest to Camp. Many of them were collected for reference purposes for her projected papers, articles, books, etc.

1937-1938 NYT [German political events]


Box 14: folder 21
1938 Newspaper cuttings


Box 14: folder 22
European integration 1950s [Documents on British policy overseas]


Box 14: folder 23
P.R.O. [Public Record Office - "sensitive documents of P.M. 1957-1958]


Box 14: folder 24
Useful papers,
reprints - pre-1963 [#1]

Box 14: folder 25
Useful papers,
reprints - pre-1963 [#2]

Box 14: folder 26
Useful papers,
reprints - pre-1963 [#3]

Box 14: folder 27
Misc. useful docs ex my writings [UK's Common Market entry] 1960-1965


Box 15: folder 1
Misc. useful docs. ex my writings [Europe] 1966-1970


Box 15: folder 2
Useful - Europe 1960s [#1]


Box 15: folder 3
Useful - Europe 1960s [#2]


Box 15: folder 4
Useful - Europe 1960s [#3]


Box 15: folder 5
Misc. [Europe 1960s]


Box 15: folder 6
[Clippings,
papers - EEC 1960s, 1970s #1]

Box 15: folder 7
[Clippings,
papers - EEC 1960s, 1970s #2]

Box 15: folder 8
[Clippings,
papers - EEC 1960s, 1970s #3]

Box 15: folder 9
[Clippings,
papers - EEC 1960s, 1970s #4]

Box 15: folder 10
Useful misc. brochures & memos [1970-1979]


Box 15: folder 11
Econ.- ANs - useful early '70s [int'l trade]


Box 15: folder 12
Levels of mgt. questions (general) ['73-74]


Box 15: folder 13
Economic summits of Heads of State 1975-82


Box 15: folder 14


Box : folder 16
NICs [Newly Industrialized Countries - clippings on trade [1979-1985]


Box 16: folder 1
Summitry 1982-3 (notes,
cuttings, etc.

Box 16: folder 2
London Summits 1984


Box 16: folder 3
Summitry 1985


Box 16: folder 4
Interdependence [pamphlets,
etc. 1986-1987]

Box 16: folder 5
[Misc. papers of others]


Box 16: folder 6
[Misc. documents on EEC,
Europe, etc.]

Box 16: folder 7
Index cards


Box 16: folder 8
Books,
5 boxes, 6.67 linear ft

Contains approximately 158 annotated books from Camp's library.



Box 16: folder 17-22
Daily Diaries,
1954-1993
1 box, 5 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Consists of 40 "daily diaries" (appointment books) which contain sketchy information on Camp's daily activities.



Box : folder 22
Diaries 1954-1959


Box 22: folder 1
Diaries 1960-1965


Box 22: folder 2
Diaries 1966-1975


Box 22: folder 3
Diaries 1975-1984


Box 22: folder 4
Diaries 1984-1993


Box 22: folder 5
Passports and Memorabilia,
1954-1988
1 box, 2.5 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Contains Camp's passports which she used over the course of her career. Several of of them are diplomatic, reflecting the many official journeys she undertook to conferences on behalf of the United States Government. Also included is a copy of the 1945 memorial service held in London for President Franklin Roosevelt.

Passports 1954-1988


Box 23: folder 1
[Memorial service for FDR (in London) April 17,
1945]

Box 23: folder 2
Biographical Material,
1933-1995
1 box, 5 linear inches

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and content:

Contains biographical and autobiographcial information about Camp. The materials include her own account of many of the events in her professional and personal life; a booklet entitled "Miriamiana" (dated 1995) which is a compilation of her friends' reminiscences; the awarding of an honorary degree from Mount Holyoke College, and that of a Fellowship from Cambridge University; interviews; and a video cassette from the Council of Foreign Relations, where she was a

Chronology [Biog. info.,
corres., typed & handwritten diary excerpts] 1933-1992

Box 24: folder 1
Wolfson College [Cambridge University] misc.


Oversize
Mt. Holyoke (old) [1959 honorary degree]


Box 24: folder 3
Mt. Holyoke,
Bryn Mawr, etc 1986-87

Box 24: folder 4
Mt. Holyoke 1987 Reunion,
(photos separate

Box 24: folder 5
BBC March 1988 [MC's interview at]


Box 24: folder 6
Corres. with & notes for FD - Nov. 1989 [re & including MC's interview by FD]


Box 24: folder 7
"Miriamiana" [1995]


Box 24: folder 8
Video cassette: CFR "World in Focus"


Box 24: folder 9
Photographs,
1940s-1990s
1 box, 5 linear inches

Consists of approximately 75 photographs dating from the 1940s-1990s which record both Camp's personal and professional life.



Box : folder 25
25

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Subjects
  • Camps, Miriam.
  • Diplomatic and consular service, American.
  • Economists.
  • European Economic Community - History - Sources.
  • International relations.
  • International trade.
  • Marshall Plan.
  • Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development - History - Sources.
  • United States. - Dept. of State - Officials and employees - Biography.
  • Women economists.

Contributors
  • Diebold, William.

Genre terms
  • Appointment books
  • Notebooks


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