The photographs of the Jean Monnet collection

1 – PORTRAITS

1/1 : Portraits of Jean Monnet

1/2 : Portraits of public figures

2 – PERSONAL AND FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS

2/1 : Family photographs

        BIRTHDAYS

2/2: Jean Monnet’s seventieth birthday, Paris, 8 November, 1958

2/3: Jean Monnet’s 80th birthday, Paris, 15 November 15th, 1968

2/4: Jean Monnet’s 90th birthday, Paris, 9 November, 1978

2/5: Jean and Marianne Monnet’s houses

2/6: Silvia Monnet’s paintings

2/7: Photographs of Alexandre de Bondini

2/8: Photographs of friends

3 – Awards and honorary doctorates

3/1: Charlemagne prize awarded to Jean Monnet, Aachen, 17 May, 1953

3/2: Honorary Doctorate from the University of Columbia awarded to Jean Monnet, New York, 2 June, 1953

3/3: Honorary Doctorate from the University of Cambridge awarded to Jean Monnet, 8 June, 1961

3/4: Honorary Doctorate from the University of Dartmouth awarded to Jean Monnet, 11 June, 1961

3/5: Honorary Doctorate from Yale University awarded to Jean Monnet, 12 June, 1961

33/6: Annual Freedom Award awarded to Jean Monnet, New York, 23 January, 1963

3/7: Honorary Doctorate in Civil Law from the University of Oxford awarded to Jean Monnet, 26 June, 1963

3/8: Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded to Jean Monnet, Washington, 6 December, 1963

3/9: Honorary Doctorate from the University of Lausanne awarded to Jean Monnet, 2 February, 1970

3/10: European Movement Prize awarded to Jean Monnet, London, 11–12 May, 1973

3/11: Gold Medal of the European Parliament awarded to Jean Monnet, Houjarray, 28 October, 1975

3/12: Grenville Clark prize awarded to Jean Monnet, Paris, 15 November, 1975

3/13: Gold medal from the Italian Centre for International Conciliation Studies awarded to Jean Monnet, Rome, 3 December, 1976

3/14: Erasmus prize awarded to Jean Monnet, Houjarray, 21 November, 1977

 

4 – FIRST WORLD WAR

4/1: Inter-allied conference

4/2: Liberalisation of France

 

5 – LEAGUE OF NATIONS

5/1 – League of Nations

 

6 – SECOND WORLD WAR

6/1: Departure of French flags for North Africa, 20 February, 1941

6/2: British Supply Council

6/3: General Henri Giraud speaks to the people of Alsace-Lorraine, 14 March, 1943

6/4: Ceremony for the delivery of the first shipment of American equipment to the French forces in North Africa, Algiers, 8 May, 1943

6/5: Awarding of the Legion of Honor to General Dwight Eisenhower, Algiers, 29 May, 1943

6/6: Arrival of General Charles de Gaulle in Algiers, 30 May, 1943

6/7: Franco–British meeting, Algiers, 4 June, 1943

6/8: French National Liberation Committee, Algiers, 5 June–15 October, 1943

6/9: Signing of the Franco-American equipment lease agreement, Algiers, 25 September, 1943

6/10: RELIEF conference, Atlantic City, 10 November–11 December, 1943

6/11: November 11th Ceremony, 1943, Algiers

6/12: American bombing of Cognac, 13 December, 1943

 

7 – COMMISSION ON THE FRENCH MODERNISATION PLAN

7/1: Board meeting for the French Modernisation Plan, 6 June, 1946

7/2: Board meeting for the French Modernisation Plan, 27 November, 1946

7/3: Meeting of the Commission on the French Modernisation Plan, 1946

7/4: Board meeting for the French Modernisation Plan, 7 January, 1947

7/5: Marshall Plan, Conference of the Sixteen, Paris, 12 July, 1947

7/6: Jean Monnet’s colleagues at the Commission on the French Modernisation Plan, 1946–1947

7/7: Meeting of the Commission on the French Modernisation Plan, 1946–1948

7/8: Signing of the North Atlantic Treaty, Washington 4 April, 1949

 

8 – SCHUMAN PLAN

8/1: Declaration by Robert Schuman, Paris, 9 May, 1950

8/2: Negotiations to establish the Schuman Plan, Paris, May–June, 1950

8/3: Negotiations to establish the Schuman Plan, Paris, September, 1950

8/4: Meeting of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Paris, 20–21 October, 1950

8/5: Initialling of the European Coal and Steel Community Treaty, Paris, 19 March, 1951

8/6: Jean Monnet’s trip to Bonn, 4–6 April, 1951

8/7: Opening session of the Schuman Plan conference, Paris, 12 April, 1951

8/8: Signing of the Treaty of Paris establishing the European Coal and Steel Community, 18 April, 1951

8/9: The Hague Conference on Private International Law, The Hague, 31 October, 1951

8/10: Reception at the General Commission for the Plan, Paris, 1950−1951

8/11: Interview of Jean Monnet by Lionel Durand, Paris, 1950

8/12: Interview of Jean Monnet by Milton Katz, Paris, 1951

8/13: Interview of Jean Monnet, 1950−1951

8/14: Chancellor Adenauer’s first official visit to Italy, Rome, 16 June, 1951

8/15: Meeting of the Foreign Affairs ministers of the countries of the ECSC in Paris, 23 July, 1952

 

9 – HIGH AUTHORITY OF THE EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY

9/1: Inaugural session of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 10 August, 1952

9/2: Trip to London, 21 August, 1952

9/3: Reception of Sir Cecil Weir at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 1 September, 1952

9/4: Reception of William Draper at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 2 September, 1952

9/5: Council of Ministers of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 8–9 September, 1952

9/6: First session of the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community, Strasbourg, 10−11 September, 1952

9/7: Fourth session of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 15−30 September, 1952

9/8: Sessions and work of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, September, 1952

9/9: Report by Sabine Weiss on the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, September, 1952

9/10: Report by Maurice Jarnoux on the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, September, 1952

9/11: Wedding of Enzo Giacchero, member of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 29 October, 1952

9/12: Organisation Committee of the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 7−9 November, 1952

9/13: Inauguration of the Court of Justice of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 10 December, 1952

9/14 : Relations between the representatives of the United States and Great Britain and the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, 1952

9/15 : Jean Monnet and Dirk Spierenburg at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, 1952

9/16: Jean Monnet’s colleagues at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, 1952

9/17: Report by USA/SRE Paris, at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, entitled “Luxembourg: Europe’s Coal and Steel Capital”, 1952

9/18: Jean Monnet and Franco Maria Malfatti, 1952

9/19: Three successive assemblies, Strasbourg, 7−17 January, 1953

9/20: First session of the Consultative Committee of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 26 January, 1953

9/21: Reception of John Foster Dulles and Harold Stassen at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 8 February, 1953

9/22: Press conference with the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 9 February, 1953

9/23: Opening of the Common Market for coal, 10 February, 1953

9/24: Session of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 11 February, 1953

9/25: Reception of David Bruce at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 3 March, 1953

9/26: Reception of the Norwegian delegation at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 27 March, 1953

9/27: Reception of the Swiss delegation at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 1 April, 1953

9/28: Reception of the Danish delegation at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 17 April, 1953

9/29: Opening of the Common Market for steel, Luxembourg, 30 April, 1953

9/30: Third anniversary of the Schuman Plan, Luxembourg, 9 May, 1953

9/31: Meeting of the Foreign Affairs Ministers of the six countries of the European Coal and Steel Community, Paris, 12−13 May, 1953

9/32: Reception of the Austrian delegation at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 19 May, 1953

9/33: Creation of the European Pass, Luxembourg, 7 October, 1953

9/34: Official Visit of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community in Germany, 8−9 December, 1953

9/35: Council of Ministers of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, December, 1953 to March, 1954

9/36: American loan. Signing of the loan agreement for 100 million dollars, Washington, 23 April, 1954

9/37: Reception of the Japanese delegation at the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 20 October, 1954

9/38: First hearing of the Court of Justice of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 28 October, 1954
9/39: Jean Monnet’s trip to Bonn, 1954

9/40: The President of the Common Assembly visits the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 10 January, 1955

9/41: Reception held in honour of Jean Monnet by the Miner and Metalworker Liason Office CISL, Luxembourg, 31 January, 1955

9/42: Committee of the Four Presidents of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 8 February, 1955

9/43: Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community, Strasbourg, 6−9 May, 1955

9/44: Departure of Jean Monnet from the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 10 June, 1955

9/45: “Atoms for Peace,” Washington, 1955

9/46: Utrecht Fair, 1956

9/47: Miscellaneous

 

10 – ACTION COMMITTEE FOR THE UNITED STATES OF EUROPE

10/1: First session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 16−18 January, 1956

10/2: Second session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 19−20 July, 1956

10/3: Meeting between Jean Monnet and General Alfred M. Gruenther, Supreme Allied Commander for Europe, 23 August, 1956

10/4: Third session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 19−20 September, 1956

10/5: Signing of the Treaties of Rome, 25 March, 1957

10/6: Fourth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 6−7 May, 1957

10/7: Speech made by Jean Monnet to the Cotton Industry Congress, Harrogate, 20 October, 1957

10/8: Conclusion of a financial agreement between France and the United States, Washington, 30 January, 1958

10/9: Inauguration of the European Coal and Steel Community’s stand at the Brussels World Fair, April, 1958

10/10: Fifth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 17−18 October, 1958

10/11: Seventh session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 19−20 November, 1959

10/12: Eighth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 11 July, 1960

10/13: Inauguration of the new factory of the French company Goodyear, Amiens, 27 October, 1960

10/14: Promotion of the Institut Supérieur d’Electronique du Nord, Lille, 27 June, 1961

10/15: Interview of Jean Monnet by David Schoenbrun, Houjarray, January, 1962

10/16: Second world congress of the International Rayon and Synthetic Fibers Committee, London, 1 May, 1962

10/17: Reception at the European Communities Information Service, Paris, 22 June, 1962

10/18: Visit by President Eisenhower and his grandchildren, Houjarray, 4 August, 1962

10/19: Tenth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Paris, 17−18 December, 1962

10/20: Collapse of the negotiations for the adhesion of Great Britain to the European Communities, Brussels, 29 January, 1963

10/21: Fortieth anniversary of Time, New York, 6 May, 1963

10/22: Symposium between Eden, Eisenhower, Von Brentano, and Monnet on the event of the first anniversary of Telstar, Brussels, 10 July, 1963

10/23: Twelfth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Berlin, 8−9 May, 1965

10/24: Jean Monnet’s vote at the presidential elections, Bazoches, 5 December, 1965

10/25: Jean Monnet visiting the Centre of European Research in Lausanne, 2 April, 1966

10/26: Chancellor Adenauer is awarded the first gold medal by the association of Friends of Robert Schuman, Montigny-lès-Metz, 2 July, 1966

10/27: Walter Hallstein’s sixty-fifth birthday, Brussels, 17 November, 1966

10/28: Thirteenth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Brussels, 15 June, 1967

10/29: Jean Monnet and Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House, Washington, December, 1967 and 1968

10/30: Fourteenth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, London, 11 March, 1969

10/31: The fifteenth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Brussels, 15-16 July, 1969

10/32: The sixteenth session of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, Bonn, 15-16 December, 1969

10/33: The twentieth anniversary of Robert Schuman’s declaration, Brussels, 5 May, 1970

10/34: The twenty-fifth anniversary of Le Monde, Paris, 19 December, 1970

10/35: Robert Orris Blake and Jean Monnet, 1970?

10/36: The Council of Agriculture Ministers of the Six, Brussels, 15 February, 1971

10/37: The seventeenth session of the Action Committee for a United States of Europe, Bonn, 23-24 February, 1971

10/38: The Council of Treasury Ministers of the Six, Brussels, 18 August, 1971

10/39: Jean Monnet and Willy Brandt, Bonn, 1971

10/40: Enlargement of the European Economic Community, Brussels, 22 January, 1972

10/41: Ludwig Erhard’s seventy-fifth birthday, Bonn, 4 February, 1972

10/42: Jean Monnet’s vote at the Referendum on Europe, Bazoches, 23 April, 1972

10/43: The twentieth anniversary of the European Coal and Steel Community, Luxembourg, 19 September, 1972

10/44: Publication of Agenda pour l’Europe, written by Altiero Spinelli, Paris, 16 October, 1972

10/45: Ludwig Rosenberg’s seventieth birthday, Düsseldorf, 29 June, 1973

10/46: Jean Monnet and James Reston, Houjarray, 1974

10/47: The twenty-fifth anniversary of Robert Schuman’s declaration, Paris, 9 May, 1975

10/48: Jean Monnet’s interview with Clément André, Brussels, 1976 ?

10/49: The twentieth anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, Paris, 22 March, 1977

10/50: A reception to celebrate the publication of Jean Monnet’s Memoirs, New York, 18 October, 1978

10/51: Team of the avenue Foch, Paris

 

11 – MISCELLANEOUS

11/1: Journey made to Latin America by Battista Venturello, an Italian explorer, 1907

11/2: General Chiang Kai-shek and his wife

11/3: Pamphlet in favour of the Greek children kidnapped by the communists, 1948−1949

11/4: Meeting of the Work Study Training for Productivity, Planning Committee, United States, December, 1952

11/5: Heinrich Imig’s funeral wreath, 28 February, 1956,

11/6: Photographs of posters in favour of the European Union, 1957

11/7: Models of the European city designed for the establishment of the single headquarters of the European Communities, in Kirchberg, Luxembourg, 1958

11/8: Lyndon Johnson awards a medal to a member of the United States Naval Academy, Washington, 3 August, 1965,

11/9: Construction of the Mohammed-V mausoleum, Rabat, 1965

11/10: Paul VI and Salvador de Madariaga

11/11: Board meeting of the Agnelli Foundation, Turin, 1970

11/12: Religious pictures

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