The Sierra Club International Program Records document the activities and policies of one of the first organizations to be
granted nongovernmental representative status at the United Nations. The records in this collection include correspondence,
financial records, minutes, agendas, notes, policy statements, statements and testimony, slide/tape scripts, press releases,
clippings, and fact sheets, which document the wide-ranging and effective efforts of the Club to influence international environmental
The Sierra Club International Program was established in New York City in 1971. Patricia Rambach (later Scharlin) was its
34.25 linear feet
(27 cartons, 1 box)
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that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of without permission of the copyright owner. Responsibility for
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Collection is open for research.