RALPH J. BUNCHE - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 08/10/1964 - HFSID 321195
Sale Price $270.00
As UN Under-Secretary General, he regretfully declines a TV appearance.
Typed Letter signed: "Ralph J. Bunch" as UN Under-Secretary General, 1 page, 8½x11. New York, N. Y., 1964 August 10. On UN letterhead to Miss JoAnn Goldberg, UNDER DISCUSSION, Metropolitan Broadcasting, New York, N. Y. In full: "Thank you for your letter of August 7 in which you invite me to participate in the Metropolitan Broadcasting television program 'Man and Society'. I appreciate the objective which you wish to reach through this program, and for this reason I especially regret that I am unable to accept. Sincerely yours". Ralph J. Bunche, (1904-1971) who joined the United Nations in 1946, was chief U.N. mediator in the Middle Eastin 1948 and wasawarded the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize for helping to negotiate a truce between the Arabs and Israelis the previous year. He served as Undersecretary-General for Special Political Affairs from 1958-1971, and was a principal U.N. negotiator in such trouble spots as the Suez Canal (1956), the Congo (1960), Yemen (1963) and Cyprus (1964). Bunche was awarded the NAACP's Spingarn Medal (1949) and the Medal of Freedom in 1963, the year he participated in the March on Washington. Fine condition.
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