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October 29-November, 1919 - First annual conference (referred to as the International Labour Conference, or ILC) of the International Labour Organization (ILO) at the Pan-American Union, 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC (USA).Adopted the first six International Labour Conventions, which dealt with hours of work in industry, unemployment, maternity protection, night work for women, minimum age & night work for young persons in industry.June 28, 1919 - The League of Nations is created by the Treaty of Versailles.The International Labour Organization (ILO) is also established in 1919 as an agency of the League of Nations.Clair Avenue W at Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario (Canada). 1936 - Murals, Council Chamber, Palais des Nations, Geneva (Switzerland). Painted by the Catalan artist Jos Mara Sert & a gift from the Government of Spain.
The ILO secretariat (staff) is referred to as the International Labour Office.
The auditorium was renamed the Herbst Theatre in 1977.
A U D I T O R I U M 1926-1958 - Community of Christ Auditorium building, 100 West Walnut, Independence, Missouri (USA).
August 1939 - "Armillary Sphere," Ariana Park, Palais des Nations / Palace of Nations, Geneva (Switzerland). Marker commemorates the international conference in July 1944 during which the groundwork was laid for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (IBRD) -- now called the World Bank -- and other so-called "Bretton Woods" institutions. August 21-October 7, 1944 - Dumbarton Oaks Conference, Washington, DC (USA).
Formally called "Washington Conversations on International Peace and Security Organization." "The 'Big Four' (China, Russia, UK & USA) met here with the main objective to create an organization that 'would maintain international peace and security, by peaceful means, if possible, and economic sanctions and force if necessary; and to promote security by encouraging economic and social cooperation among nations.'" Dumbarton Oaks (in Georgetown at 1703-32nd Street, NW) is a Federal-style house & estate built in 1801 and owned since 1940 by Harvard University.