Letter,to The United Nations and Reply; Everard Baker; 1982; CT82.1466

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Owaka Museum and Catlins Information Centre Wahi Kahuika - the Meeting Place – a rest on your journey.

Name/Title

Letter,to The United Nations and Reply

About this object

Letter sent to the Secretary General, United Nations from Everard G Baker, 24 May, 1982, and reply.

In his letter to the United Nations, Mr Baker expresses his concern for fighting, starvation, suffering, pain and evil in this world. He states that if nations would stop fighting and agree to total disarmament, then nations would be united in peace, and money spent on arms could be put to better use.

In his reply on behalf of the United Nations, 4 August 1982, Bhaichand Patel, Officer in Charge, Centre for Disarmament, thanks Mr Baker for his letter, his concern, interest and support, and notes that publications about the Centre have been enclosed.

Maker

Everard Baker

Maker Role

Author

Date Made

1982

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, The Catlins, Owaka

Medium and Materials

processed material, paper;

Measurements

A4

Subject and Association Keywords

history (general), modern history, 20th century

Credit Line

From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika, The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey".

Object Type

document

Object number

CT82.1466

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