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Title

Andrew G. Haley Collection

Inclusive Date

1939-1966

Bulk Date

1950s-1960s

Collector

Andrew G. Haley

Physical Extent

24.6 linear feet

Repository

University of Mississippi Law Library Archives. University, MS 38677, USA

Location

University of Mississippi Law Library Archives

Identification

 

Language of Material

English. Contains some material in French, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, German.

Processing Information

Collection processed by P.J. Blount, Michael Dodge, T.J. Koger, Marcus A. Murphy Ryan T. Noble, and Audrey M. Uffner. 2008-present

Subject Terms

Aerojet-General Corporation
American Rocket Society
Astronautics
Haley, Andrew G. (Andrew Gallagher)
International Astronautical Foundation
Periodicals
Space Law

Formats

Correspondence
Manuscripts
Personal files
Photographs
Publications
Scrapbooks

Biographical/Historical

Andrew G. Haley (1904-1966)

Early Life and Family

The son of Christopher Joseph and Kathleen Rose (Gallagher) Haley, Andrew Gallagher Haley was born on 19 November 1904 in Tacoma, Washington. He earned a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University in 1924, and a bachelor of laws degree from the Georgetown University Law School in 1928. He was admitted to the D.C. and Washington State bar associations in 1928 and 1929 respectively, and he was a member of the International, Inter-American, Federal, and Federal Communications Commission bar associations over the course of his career. He was also a member of Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity.

He married Delphine Delacroix on 1 December 1934. The couple had two children, Delphine Delacroix Haley and Andrew Gallagher Haley, Jr.

Early Career

From 1929-1933, Haley worked in a private law practice. Haley then worked as a congressional aide, where he assisted in drafting communication laws, including the Federal Radio Act of 1928. From 1933-1939, Haley served as legal counsel with the Federal Radio Commission and its successor the Federal Communications Commission. During that time he participated in drafting the Communication Act of 1934. He returned to private practice from 1939 until 1942, and remained a senior member of Haley, Wollenberg, and Kenehan until his death.

World War II

In 1942, he was called to active service as a Major in the Judge Advocate General’s Office, Headquarters, Army Air Forces.

An expert in rocket propulsion, Haley was released from the Service to co-found, with Theodore von Karmen, the Aerojet Engineering Corporation (later Aerojet General), which designed and developed rocket and jet-assisted take-off units for aircraft during World War II. Haley served as Aerojet’s first president and managing director until 1945. From 1945-1946, Haley served as an advisor to the United States Senate Special Committee, investigating the National Defense Program.

In addition, he served as president and director of Missiles-Jets & Automation Management Company.

Radio and Telecommunications

Haley was president and director of KAGH, Inc., in Pasadena, California, from 1947-1950. He went on the air on 1300-AM in 1948. He also owned KARS-FS (Billboard 22 October 1949).

He served as legal advisor for the International Telecommunications Conference, Atlantic City, in 1947, and the Fourth International American Radio Conference in Washington, DC, in 1949. In 1949, Haley served as an industry advisor at the Third North American Regional Broadcasting Conference held in Montreal, Canada, and in Havana, Cuba, and Washington, DC, in 1950.

An advocate of astronautical communications, Haley represented the IAF and the ARS at the Eighth Plenary Assembly of the International Radio Consultative Committee (CCIR) of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Warsaw, Poland, from 31 August – September 1956. He attended CCIR sessions in Moscow from May-August 1958, as well as the CCIR meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. In April 1959, Haley served as chairman of the Government-Industry Arrangements Committee for the Ninth Plenary Assembly of the CCIR in Los Angeles, California, and from August-December 1959, he served as a delegate to the Administrative Radio Conferences of the ITU in Geneva.

Appearing before the Federal Communications Commission and the State Department Radio Preparatory Committee as an advocate of the complete astronautical radio allocations plan, Haley obtained full recognition for the IAF for the ITU and the promulgation of far-reaching proposals for non-military and worldwide radio frequency allocations from agencies of the United States government.

 

International Astronautical Federation and American Rocket Society

After the war, Haley promoted space exploration and astronautics in the International Astronautical Federation (IAF). He served as vice president of IAF from 1951-1953, president from 1957-1958, and general counsel from 1959-1963. Haley also served the IAF as a chairman of the International Affairs Committee and as a member of the Finance Committee. In 1960, he and [Ernst Fasan] helped found the International Academy of Astronautics and International Institute of Space Law with the support of the IAF.

Haley organized and attended the meetings with the IAF International Affairs Committee of the IAF and UNESCO in Paris, France, 15-16 April 1957. He organized and was chairman of the First Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space held at The Hague on 29 August 1958, and he was convener of the Second Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space held in London on 4 September 1959.

A founding member of the American Rocket Society (ARS), Haley served the Society as vice president in 1953, president in 1954, counsel from 1955-1963, and sat on the Board of Directors. He was the first chairman of the ARS Committee on Space Flight and served two terms in that capacity (1952-1954). He also served as chairman of the Space Law and Sociology Committee. Haley was the ARS delegate to the Second International Congress of Astronautics held in London, England, in 1951; the Third International Congress of Astronautics held in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1952; the Fourth International Congress of Astronautics held in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1953; the Fifth International Congress of Astronautics held in Innsbruck, Austria, in 1954; the Sixth International Congress of Astronautics held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1955, the Seventh International Congress of Astronautics held in Rome, Italy, in 1956; the Eighth International Congress of Astronautics held in Barcelona, Spain, in 1957; the Ninth International Congress of Astronautics held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, in 1958; and the Tenth Annual Congress of the IAF in London, England, in 1959. He established the ARS’s Astronautics Award in 1953, and renowned recipients include Dr. Theodore von Karman (1954), Dr. Wernher von Braun (1955), and Dr. Joseph Kaplan (1956).

 

Metalaw

In 1956, he helped to establish the field of space law and coined the term “metalaw,” which refers to the study and development of a workable system of laws applicable to relations with alien intelligences.

NATO and the United Nations

Haley was also an observer the NATO Guided Missile Symposium in Munich, 23-27 April 1956; the Sixth General Assembly of the Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development (AGARD) to NATO in Brussels, 29-31 August 1956; the Ninth International Congress of Applied Mechanics at the Free University of Brussels, 5-9 September 1956; the Comite Special de l’Annee Geophysique Internationale (CSAGI) in Barcelona, 9-12 September 1956; the Guided Missile Seminar of the Guided Missile Committee of the Aircraft Industries Association (AIA) in Venice, 24-27 September 1956; the Ninth Session of the UNESCO General Conference in New Delhi, 9-18 November 1956.

From 18-20 February 1957, Haley participated as a member of the Human Factors Panel in the Astronautics Symposium held in San Diego, California, under the sponsorship of the United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research and Convair Division of General Dynamics Corporation.

Professional lectureships and memberships

Haley lectured on “The Law of Outer Space” at Princeton University; [Detroit]; University of Chicago; University of Michigan; Northwestern University; University of Wisconsin; University of Minnesota; University of Montana; Montana State University; Gonzaga University; University of Washington; University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles; University of Utah, University of Colorado, Washington University in St. Louis, Harvard University; Georgetown University, American University; University of Maryland. In Europe, he lectured at the Universities of Paris, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Madrid, Lisbon, Belgrade, Prague, Witwatersrand, Warsaw, Moscow, and Saint Petersburg. He also lectured at the Cairo Technical Institute; and the Technical Institutes of Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.

Haley was a member and president (1958-1959) of the International Astronautical Association, and a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society, the South African Interplanetary Society, the Canadian Astronautical Society and the Asociation Argentina Interplanetaria. He was a member of the Air Force Association, Association of Missile and Rocket Industries, International Institute of Sciences Institute of Aerospace Sciences, American Astronautical Society, Österrreichische Gesellschaft für Weltraumforschung, Dansk Interplanetarisk Selskab, Societe Francaise d’Astronautique, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Raketentechnik und Raumfahrt, Hellenic Astronautical Society, Israel Astronautical Society, Associazione Italiana Razzi, Japan Astronautical Society, Nederlandse Vereniging voor Ruimtevaart, Norsk Astronautisk Forening, Polskie Towarzystwo Astronautyczne, Agrupacion Astronautica Espanola, and the Svenska Interplanetariska Sallskapet.

A member and vice chairman of the committee on space law for the American Television Society, Haley was a member of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, the Broadcast Pioneers, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, and Radio and Television Executives Society, Inc. Haley also maintained memberships with the Society of Comparative Legislation and International Law, American Ordnance Association, American Society of International Law, International Law Association (American), and Association of International Law (Tokyo, Japan).

 

He was also a member of the National Press Club, the Aero Club, the National Aviation Club, the Congressional Country Club, the Washington State Press Club, and the National Aviation Club.

Publications

In 1956, Haley published an article entitled “Space Law and Metalaw—A Synoptic View,” in which he proposed his “interstellar golden rule”: Do unto others as they would have you do unto them. In 1958, Haley published Rocketry and Space Exploration. He developed his ideas in various papers and books, including Space Law and Government (1963).

Awards and Honors

Haley was honored for his body of work by the American Rocket Society (2 December 1954) and the American Bar Association, and he received the Grotius award from the Grotius-Stiflung in Munich, on 28 August 1958.

He was an honorary member of the Bar Association of Tennessee, the Schweizerische Astronautische Arbeitsgemeinschaft, and the Astronautical Society of the Republic of China. A honorary corresponding member of the Institu Francisco Vitoria, he also served as an honorary counselor for the Sociedade Interplanetaria Brasileira.

 
The Haley Space Flight Award (Haley Astronautics Award), presented every other year by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics for outstanding contributions by an astronaut or test personnel to the advancement of the art, science, or technology of astronautics, was first awarded in 1954. He was inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame at the New Mexico Museum of Space History in 1976.
 

Scope and Content

Extensive correspondence with legal scholars, academics, politicians, and military personnel. Material concerning early years of the IAF, the International Institute on Space Law, International Academy of Astronautics, and the American Bar Association. Collection also contains published and unpublished Haley Manuscripts.

Preferred Citation

Andrew G. Haley Collection. Law School Archives, University of Mississippi Grisham Law Library, The University of Mississippi.

Access Restrictions

Processed parts of the collection are open. Processing is ongoing. Unprocessed material is restricted.

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Separated Material

Photographs removed for preservation purposes.


Folder

Title

Date

1.1

Aaronson (Michael)

19 December 1957

1.2

ABA Section of International and Comparative Law

1965-1966

1.3

ABA (and ABF) Space Law (Committee) I

 

1.4

ABA (and ABF) Space Law (Committee) II

 

1.5

Academy Membership Article for Ast [Astronautics] and Aerp [Aeronautics]

 

1.6

AIRSPACE –Statutes of various countries

 

1.7

ABA – Space Law Symposium

4 August 1962

1.8

Yearbook on Aerospace Law

1965

2.1

Alvaro Bauza Araujo

1963

2.2

American Assembly Columbia University and Saint Louis University

19-22 September 1963

2.3

International Astronautical Federation and International Organization article Astronautica Acta

April-May 1966

2.4

American Geographical Society of New York (writings) [Georgraphical Review Vol. LIV, No. 4 1964]

1964

2.5

American Management Association

1960

2.6

ANFUSO (Victor L.) [Congressman, 8th District, Brooklyn, New York]

1959-1962

2.7

Antarctic Treaty

1959-1960

2.8

Article for American Trial Lawyers [Association] Magazine

1966

2.9

Argentina – Association Argentina de Ciencias Aerospaciales (Interplanetaria) I

 

2.10

Article for Astronautics and Aeronautics

1965

3.1

Astronautical Radio, Correspondence, and Material on I

 

3.2

Astronautical Radio, Correspondence, and Material on II

 

3.3

Astronautical Radio, Correspondence, and Material on IV

 

3.4

Astronautics and Aeronautics – Sounding Board Article

February 1966

3.5

Astronautics and Aeronautics – UNESCO Experts

February 1966

3.6

Astronautics and Aeronautics – VIIIth [IISL] Colloquium

October 1965

3.7

Bailey [Stuart]

 

3.8

Barnett [James H.]

 

3.9

Barre, Robert L.

 

3.10

Bendiner, Robert (writings)

 

3.11

Beresford [Ann Lincoln and Spencer M.]

 

4.1

Berger, Harold

 

4.2

Binder, Otto G. (writings)

 

4.3

Binet [Henri T.P.]

 

4.4

Biorklund, Admiral E.

 

4.5

Black, Thomas Jr.

 

4.6

Blaustein [Albert P.] and Field [Andrew H.]

 

4.7

Bleksley [A.E.H.]

 

4.8

Boasson, Dr. Charles

 

4.9

Armand Braun writings (French lawyer)

 

4.10

Bohn, Lewis C. (writings)

 

4.11

Book review Handbook of Model Rocketry

October 1965

4.12

Bourely, Michel Georges 

 

4.13

Brital, Oscar Fernandez

 

4.14

Broadcasting article

6 December 1965

4.15

Brunetti [Cledo]

 

4.16

Buekling [Adrian]

 

4.17

Bullit, William Marshall (writings)

 

4.18

Bun [Thomas Pedro]

 

4.19

Busak [Jan]

 

4.20

Candlin, A.H.S.

 

4.21

Cannon [Senator Howard W.]

 

4.22

Caplan [Harold]

 

4.23

Csabafi, Dr. Imre  Space Studies

 

5.1

Cheng [Bin]

 

5.2

Cheprov, I.I.

 

5.3

Christensen, Harold T.

 

5.4

Christensen, Ronald

 

5.5

Clark, Carroll D.

 

5.6

Cocca, Aldo Armand

 

5.7

Cohen, Maxwell

 

5.8

Communication in Space Montreux

September-November 1865

5.9

Conway [Edward A.]

1958

5.10

Corrigan, Matthew (writings)

 

5.11

Coughlin, William

 

5.12

Council of Europe

1960

5.13

Cousins [Norman]

 

5.14

Crane, Robert D. [I]

 

6.1

Crane, Robert D II

 

6.2

Craven [T.A.M.] Federal Communications Commission Commissioner speech

1962

6.3

Daddario [Emilio] Congressman, 1st District, Connecticut

1959

6.4

David Davies Memorial Institute I

 

6.5

David Davies Memorial Institute II

 

6.6

Davis [Robert C.] & Comuntzis

 

6.7

Dictionary on space legal terms IISL [International Institute on Space Law]

 

6.8

Space Law Terms” and “Multilingual Dictionary

 

7.1

Delascio [Victor Jose]

 

7.2

Dembling, Paul G.

 

7.3

Developments of Space Law and Effect – Ken[tucky]

March 1966

7.4

D’Haenens, I.J., and D.A. Buddenhagen (writings)

 

7.5

Dolezal, Von Erich

 

7.6

Donner, Bohdan

 

7.7

Doyle, Stephen

 

7.8

Dreher, Carl

 

7.9

Dunshee de Abranches, Carlos A. (writings)

 

7.10

Dunning, Dr. John R.

 

7.11

Eastman [Samuel Ewer]

 

7.12

Estep, S.D. and Kearse, A.L. (writings)

 

7.13

Ettelson [Ben L.]

 

7.14

Faria [J. Escobar]

 

7.15

Faris [Robert E.L.]

 

7.16

Fasan [Ernst]

 

7.17

FCBA Forms [Federal Communications Bar Association]

 

7.18

Feldman [George J.]

 

7.19

Clippings-Financial

 

7.20

Fink [Joseph]

 

7.21

Fiorio [Franco]

 

7.22

Fonseca [Eurico]

 

7.23

Furfey [Paul Hanly]

 

7.24

Fulton

 

8.1

Freq[uency] Alloc[ations in the Radio Spectrum – A Critical Problem of the Space Age] Article for Ast[ronautics] & Aer[onautics]

May 1966

8.2

Gabroski [Theodore]

 

8.3

Gal, Gyula (writings)

 

8.4

Galina

 

8.5

Galloway [Eilene]

 

8.6

Georgiev, Assen (writings)

 

8.7

Giannini

 

8.8

Glazer, J. Henry

 

8.9

Goedhuis [Daniel]

 

8.10

Goldie [L.F.E.]

 

9.1

Gorove [Stephen]

 

9.2

Gross, Franz (writings)

 

9.3

Gross, Gerald C. (writings)

 

9.4

Hanover, Welf Heinrich Prince of (1)

 

9.5

Hanover, Welf Heinrich Prince of (2)

 

9.6

Hanrahan [James Stephens]

 

 

10.1

Helfer, Harold (writings)

 

10.2

Herczeg, Istvan

 

10.3

Herr [Donald L.]

 

10.4

Hillings, Patrick J.

 

10.5

Hoffman [H. Leslie]

 

10.6

Hogan, John Charles

 

10.7

Homburg, Robert

 

10.8

Horsford, Cyril (writings)

 

10.9

IAF [International Astronautical Federation]-IISL [International Institute of Space Law]: Board of Directors Lists & Meetings (1)

 

10.10

IAF-IISL Board of Directors Lists Meetings (2)

 

10.11

IAF-IISL – Csabafi [Imre] correspondence

 

10.12

IAF-IISL – Colloquia, Proceedings of…

 

11.1

IAF– IISL– Working Group I, [John C.] Cooper Committee, Cooper Correspondence

 

11.2

IAF-IISL – Working Group I, [John C.] Cooper Committee, Cooper Correspondence

 

11.3

IAF-IISL – I Colloquium: The Hague (1)

1958

11.4

IAF-IISL – I Colloquium: The Hague (2)

1958

12.1

IAF-IISL– II Colloquium: London (1)

1959

12.2

IAF-IISL – II Colloquium: London (2)

1959

12.3

IAF-IISL – III Colloquium: Stockholm

1960

13.1

IAF -IISL  – IV Colloquium: Washington, DC, Paper, Correspondence, and Proceedings (1)

1961

13.2

IAF-IISL – IV Colloquium: Washington, DC, Paper, Correspondence, and Proceedings (2)

1961

13.3

IAF-IISL – V Colloquium: Varna, Bulgaria. Paper, Correspondence, and Proceedings (1)

1962

14.1

IAF -IISL – V Colloquium: Varna, Bulgaria. Paper, Correspondence, and Proceedings (2)

1962

14.2

IAF-IISL – V Colloquium: Varna, Bulgaria. Paper, Correspondence, and Proceedings (3)

1962

14.3

IAF-IISL – VI Colloquium: Paris (1)

1963

15.1

IAF-IISL – VI Colloquium: Paris (2)

1963

15.2

IAF-IISL – VII Colloquium: Warsaw

1964

15.3

IAF-IISL – VIII Colloquium: Athens (1)

1965

15.4

IAF-IISL – VIII Colloquium: Athens (2)

1965

15.5

IAF-IISL – IX Colloquium: Madrid

1966

15.6

IAF-IISL (1)

 

16.1

IAF-IISL (2)

 

16.2

IISL – Administrative, General

1961

16.3

IISL – Administrative, General

1958-1960

16.4

IAF-IISL – Membership, membership lists, and election of members

 

16.5

IAF-IISL – Friedrich W. von Rauchhaupt correspondence

 

17.1

IAF-IISL –Statutes

 

17.2

IAF-IISL – [Howard J.] Taubenfeld Correspondence

 

17.3

IAF-IISL – Working Groups

 

17.4

IAF-IISL – Working Group III & [Michel] Smirnoff correspondence

 

17.5

IAF-IAA Scientific Legal Liaison Committee

 

17.6

IAF-IAA Nominating Committee

 

17.7

IAF-IAA Statutes

 

17.8

IAF-IAA Symposium on Extraterrestrial life

 

18.1

IISL – General Correspondence

 

18.2

IISL – [Assen] Georgiev’s (president) Visit to DC

May 1963

18.3

IISL – Member correspondence alphabetical

 

18.4

IISL – Membership and Membership lists (2)

 

18.5

IISL – Membership Response

 

18.6     

IISL – Permanent Legal Committee – Member correspondence

 

18.7

IISL Space Law Bibliography

 

18.8

IISL UNESCO Liaison

 

19.1

IISL Working Groups Administrative

 

19.2

IISL Working Groups – Function and Organization

 

19.3

IISL Working Groups – Substantive

 

19.4

 IAP-IAA Membership, membership lists, and election of members

 

19.5

International Agreements put focus on satellite television

September 1964

20.1

International Cooperation Institute – UN project

 

20.2

Intelectron Corporation

 

20.3

International Academy of Trial Lawyers – Mex. [Mexico City] 15-18 February 1967

 

20.4

International Amateur Astronautical Society

 

20.5

Inter-American Bar Association

 

20.6

International Astronautical Federation

June 1965

20.7

International Geophysical Year

1957-1958

20.8

International Law Association

 

20.9

 Inter-Parliamentary Union

 

20.10

Italy – Istituto di Diritto Spaziale

 

20.11

ITU [International Telecommunication Union]

 

20.12

ITU [International Telecommunication Union] – CCIR [Comité Consultatif International des Radio Comunications or International Radio Consultative Committee] Study Groups IV & VII, MTG [Meeting]: Washington, DC

1962

20.13

ITU [International Telecommunication Union]-CCIR [Comité Consultatif International des Radio Comunications or International Radio Consultative Committee] Study Groups

 

21.1

ITU-CCIR – Study Groups, list of

 

21.2

ITU-CCIR – Study Groups IV & VIII meeting: Washington, DC: US Preparation and Participation

1962

21.3

ITU-CCIR – Study Groups meeting: Moscow

1958

21.4

ITU-CCIR – Study Group XI – Meeting: Moscow

1958

21.5

ITU- Plenipotentiary Conference: Montreux [Switzerland]

1965

22.1

Jackson [Roy P.]

 

22.2

Jacobus [Gilbert C.]

 

22.3

Jaffe [Morton S.]

 

22.4

Javitch [Ronald A.]

 

22.5

Jenks, C. Wilfred

 

22.6

Jensen, Ronald

 

22.7

K – miscellaneous

 

22.8

Kardoss, Dr. László Szádeczky

 

22.9

Katzenbach [Nicholas deB.]

 

22.10

Kauzlarich, James J.

 

22.11

Keating [Kenneth B.]

 

22.12

Kehrberger, H. Peter

 

22.13

Kehrberger [H. Peter] – Forward AGH writings

August 1965

22.14

Keller, Hans K.E.L.

 

22.15

Kelly, Charles M.

 

22.16

Kessler, R[obert] L[ee]

 

22.17

Kido, Masahiko

 

22.18

Kiss, Dr. Janos

 

22.19

Kittri, N[icholas] N.

 

22.20

Klemperer, W[olfgang] B.

 

22.21

The Klix Case – An Objective Analysis [Address by Andrew G. Haley]

4 August 1964

22.22

Knauth [Arnold W.]

 

22.23

Konecci [Eugene B.]

 

23.1

Kopal [Vladimir]

 

23.2

Korovin [E.A.]

 

23.3

Kos-Rabcewicz-Zubkowski, L[ouis]

 

23.4

Kovalev

 

23.5

Kozesnik, Jaroslav

 

23.6

Kraus, Jerome

 

23.7

Kucherov [Samuel]

 

23.8

Kunz [Josef L.]

 

23.9

Kurtz [Howard G., Jr.]

 

23.10

L (miscellaneous)

 

23.11

Lachs, Manfred

 

23.12

Lall [S.S.]

 

23.13

Lamont [John S.]

 

23.14

Larsen, Arthur

 

23.15

Larsen, Jack

 

23.16

Larsen, Paul B.

 

23.17

Legal Problems of a Satellite Communications System

3 October 1964

23.18

Legal Problems of a Satellite Communications System

15 October 1964

23.19

Legal Problems of a Satellite Communications System

1 December 1964

23.20

Legal Problems of a Satellite Communications System

9 November 1964

23.21

Lent [Robert R.]

 

24.1

Leopold [G.Vernon]

 

24.2

Levitt [I.M.]

 

24.3

Lukin, P.I.

 

24.4

M (miscellaneous)

 

24.5

Machowski [Jacek]

 

24.6

Magno, Pompeo

 

24.7

Magnuson [Warren G]

 

24.8

Mankiewicz [Rene H.]

 

24.9

Markov, Marco G.

 

24.10

Mateesco, Nicolas

 

24.11

Maxwell [David F.]

 

24.12

McDougal, Myres S.

 

24.13

McIntyre, William R. (writings)

 

 

25.1

Meshara [V.F.]

 

25.2

McCalmont [David]

 

25.3

Medical Jurisprudence in Outer Space

9-10 September 1964

25.4             

Medical Jurisprudence in Outer Space

14-18 September 1964

25.5

Meeker, L.C.

 

25.6

Mehren, Robert B. von (writings)

 

25.7

Menter [Martin]

 

25.8

Morris [Albert]

 

25.9

National Science Foundation

 

25.10

National Academy of Sciences

 

25.11

NATO Parliamentarian Conference, New York

1965

25.12

NATO Parliamentarian Conference, New York

5 October 1965

25.13

New York Academy of Sciences

 

25.14

Organization of American States

 

25.15

Parameters of Space Law, Athens

14 September 1965

25.16

 G.K.C. Pardoe

 

25.17

Parry [Edward F.]

 

25.18

Peace Research Institute

 

25.19

Pelegri, Antoni

 

25.20

Pépin [Eugène]

 

26.1

Pereira [Flavio A.]

 

26.2

Perucchi [Hector Arnoldo]

 

26.3

Norman Petersen

 

26.4

Pope Pius XII

 

26.5

Poulantzas, Nickolas M.

 

26.6

President’s Science Advisory Committee

 

26.7

Q – miscellaneous

 

26.8

R – miscellaneous

 

26.9

Rauchhaupt, Fr[iedrich] W. Von

 

26.10

Reading File

 

26.11

Report by Chairman Working Group VII –IISL

9-10 September 1964

26.12

Ribo Duran, Por D. Luis

 

26.13

Reintanx [Gerhard]

 

26.14

Rigalt, A[ntonio] F[rancoz]

 

26.15

Rivoire [Jean]

 

26.16

Robertson [Howard Percy]

 

27.1

Rode-Verschoor [V.H. Ph. de]

 

27.2

Rodino [Peter W., Jr.]

 

27.3

Ross [H.E.]

 

27.4

Rotondi [Mario]

 

27.5

Florencia G. Rusconi – writings

 

27.6

Saunders [Harold W.]

 

27.7

Sawitz, Peter H.

 

27.8

Schaefer [Hermann J.]

 

27.9

Schick [F.B.]

 

27.10

Schuster, Richard P.

 

27.11

Schwartz, Mortimer

 

27.12

Seara-Vazquez [Modesto]

 

27.13

Shawcross [Christopher]

 

27.14

H.A. Shiffer

 

27.15

Shiner [A.J.]

 

27.16

George D. Schrader

 

27.17

Siokos, Theodore

 

27.18

Simeone [Joseph J.]

 

27.19

Smith, Andrew J.

 

27.20

Peter-Michael Sontag

 

28.1

The Space Age and the Farmer

13 March 1965

28.2

Space Age Radio Frequency Allocations A/A

May 1966

28.3

Space Law Commentaries

15 September 1964

28.4

Space Law & The Future, Von Karman Seminar

May 1965

28.5

Space Salvage – Athens

14-15 September 1965

28.6

Harrison Stamper Scientific Studies

                                   

28.7

Strauss, William S.

 

28.8

Strughold [Hubertus]

 

28.9

Study Groups CCIR IV & IX

 

28.10

Swaney [Frank R.]

 

28.11

Szádeczky-Kardoss [László]

 

28.12

Sztucki [Jerzy]

 

28.13

T – miscellaneous

 

28.14

Thomas, Shirley

 

28.15

Tamm [John R.]

 

28.16

Takano, Y[uichi]

 

28.17

TV Broadcasting by Satellite, Fut[ure] Probl[ems]

30 September 1964

28.18

TV Broadcast by Satellite – Fut[ure] Problem[s]

23 November 1964

28.19

U – miscellaneous

 

28.20

U.S. Senate (& Comm[ission] on Aero[nautic] and Space Sciences

 

28.21

UN Comm[ission] on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space II

 

28.22

UN General Assembly (& UNCOPUOS [United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space]) Doc. “A” V

 

29.1

 UNESCO [United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization] Space Committee Paris II

December 1965

29.2

UNESCO

 

29.3

UNESCO Documents

 

29.4

UNESCO Space Commun[ication] M[ee]t[in]g, Paris

December 1965

29.5

UNESCO Space Communication [Meeting], Paris

December 1965

30.1

U.S.I.A. [United States Information Agency] Book Development Program

 

30.2

UNCOPUOS International Conference

1967

30.3

Universities: McGill University

 

30.4

Universities: U[niversity] Oklahoma and Mort[imer] Schwartz correspondence

 

30.5

Universities

 

30.6

Valladao (Haroldo)

 

30.7

Vasilevskaya, E.G.

 

30.8

Verplaetse [Julian G]

 

30.9

W – miscellaneous

 

30.10

Welsh E[dward] C.

 

30.11

Wimmer, H.H.

 

30.12

Woetzel, R[obert] K.

 

30.13

World Peace Through Law Conference, Washington, DC

September 1965

30.14

World Peace Through Law Center

 

30.15  

Writings – Law as an Ordering Principle

26-29 July 1965

30.16

Wynne, E. S[taten]

 

30.17

Zadoroshnyy [G.]

 

30.18

Zarem, A.M.

 

31.1

Space Law and Government by Andrew G. Haley book announcement and order form, Appleton-Century-Crofts

 

31.2

Space Law and Government by Andrew G. Haley, book reviews

 

31.3

Alex Meyer review of Space Law and Government in “Zeitschrift für Luftrecht und Weltraum- Rechtsfragen”

 

31.4

Review for Space Law and Government, “Space World”

September 1964

31.5

AIAA G. Edward Pendray Award press releases and copy of award

1964

31.6

Review of Space Law and Government, in “Duke Law Review” by Steven Doyle

1965

31.7

Review of Space Law and Government in “Georgetown Law Journal” by Lee F.E. Goldie

Winter 1966

31.8

Chapter 1, All the World’s Rockets” by Andrew G. Haley, 3 copies plus corrected fragments

 

31.9

Chapter 2, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 3 copies (1)

 

31.10

Chapter 2, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley II (2)

 

31.11

Chapter 3, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 2 copies (1)

 

31.12

Chapter 3, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (2)

 

31.13

Chapter 4, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 3 copies

 

32.1

Chapter 5, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (1)

 

32.2

Chapter 5, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (2)

 

32.3

Chapter 5, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (3)

 

32.4

Chapter 7, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (1)

 

32.5

Chapter 7, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (2)

 

32.6

Chapter 7, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, 1 copy (3)

 

32.7

Chapter 7, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley, revisions

 

32.8

Introduction, All the World’s Rockets by Andrew G. Haley

 

32.9

Chapter V (IV) – The First Violations of Space Law – Space Law book – drafts

 

32.10

Chapter VI – The First Formal Legal Proceedings Involving Space Law – Space Law book – drafts

 

32.11

Chapter VII – The First United States Legislation – Space Law book – drafts

 

32.12

Chapter IX – Law of Outer Space: The First Participants in International Cooperation – Space Law book – drafts

 

32.13

Chapter X (I) – Peaceful Uses of Outer Space – The First United Nations Assembly Debate – Space Law book – drafts

 

 32.14

Chapter XI – The First Tangible Achievements in International Cooperation – Space Law book – drafts

 

32.15

Chapter XIII – The First Industry in the World – Space Law book – drafts

 

33.1

Speeches and Articles by Andrew G. Haley –drafts

 

33.2

Miscellaneous papers

 

33.3

Drafts

 

33.4

Drafts –Airman article

 

33.5

Source Material for Papers

 

33.6             

Congressional Legislation – Aerospace Industry

 

33.7

Permanent Typing Record – 1962 book

 

33.8

Iron Curtain Countries and Telecommunications

28 April 1961

34.1

Space Medicine 5/9

May 1961

34.2

FCC and American Rocket Society Inquiries

 

34.3

Bibliography note cards

 

34.4

Julian G. Verplaetse. “The ius in bello and Military Operations In Korea 1950-1953.” Zeitschrift Für Ausländisches Öffentliches Recht Und Völkerrecht 23:4 (1963): 679-738.

 

34.5

Dr. H.H. Wimmer. “Suggestions for an International Convention on Damages Caused by Spacecraft.” Zeitschrift Für Luftrecht Und Weltraum-Rechtrsfragen 1 (1962): 50-61.

 

34.6

Alex Meyer. “Space Law and Government: Considerations on the book with the same title by Andrew G. Haley.” Zeitschrift Für Luftrecht Und Weltraum-Rechtrsfragen. 6  copies

 

34.7

Alex Meyer. “Critical Remarks on Recent Discussions concerning Legal Problems of Outer Space.” Zeitschrift Für Luftrecht. 194-207

 

34.8

Andrew G. Haley. “Commercial Aspects of Our National Space Law.” The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. 2 copies.

5 January 1961

35.1

Michel Smirnoff. Review of Space Law and Government in ARCHIV Za Pravne I Drustvene Nauke. 1-2 (1965):157-158 and TL from AGH to Smirnoff 13 May 1966 re: receipt of review, with envelope

 

35.2

[William A. Hymans]. “Sovereignty over space.” Jurist nytt. (28 Oktober 1960): 275-279.

 

35.3

Andrew G. Haley. “Space Law – Basic Concepts.” Law Review Digest 7:3 (1957): 71-82.

 

35.4

Mihailo Smirnov. “Autonomija Vazduhoplovnog Prava.” Zbirka Radova Iz Oblasti Vazduhoplovnog Prava. 2 (1964):11-25. Inscribed to AGH from author

 

35.5

László Szádeczky. “The Scientific Activity of the Space Law Committee of the Hungarian Lawyer’s Association.” Hungarian Law Review. 1 (1965): 27-34

 

35.6

Stephen E. Doyle. Review of Space Law and Government. Duke Law Journal 1 (1965) reprint.

 

35.7

Mihailo Smirnov. “Proceedings of the Conference on Science and Space Law.” ARHIV 1 (1964): 295-296.

 

35.8

James M. Skinner, Jr. [President Philco Corporation] “A Role for the United Nations in Space Communications.” Speech before the Peninsula Manufacturers Association

1960

35.9

Establishment of the National Space Program, Report of the Select Committee on Astronautics and Sapce Exploration on H.R. 12575

24 May 1985

35.10

Space Law: A Symposium, Prepared at the Request of the Honorable Lyndon B. Johnson, Chairman, Special Committee on Space and Astronautics, United States Senate, Eighty-Fifth Congress, Second Session

31 December 1958

35.11

James G. Fulton [Representative from Pennsylvania, R.]

 

35.12

Introduction [All the World’s Rockets]

 

35.13 

Chapter 1 [All the World’s Rockets]

 

35.14

Chapter 2 [All the World’s Rockets]

 

35.15

Chapter 3 [All the World’s Rockets]
[***Signed letter from 1956 discussing manned mission to Moon + stamped letter envelope]

 

36.1

Chapter IV [All the World’s Rockets]
[***Handwritten letter from “George” referencing ardent communists and Russian technology, openly critical of Haley]

 

36.2

Chapter V [All the World’s Rockets]

 

36.3

Chapter VI [All the World’s Rockets]

 

36.4

Chapter VII, M.W. Kellogg [All the World’s Rockets]

 

36.5

Chapter VIII [All the World’s Rockets]

 

36.6      

Space Law and Metalaw articles, papers, and correspondence AGH

 

37.1

Space Law and Government book and correspondence
[Note: Statement of Chief Justice Warren at Georgia Tech, extract from letters between Kennedy and Krushchev]

 

37.2

Michael S. Smirnoff

 

37.3

L.F.E. Goldie. “Liability for Damage and the Progressive Development of International Law.” The International and Comparative Law Quarterly (1965): 1189-1264.

 

37.4

Washington World Conference on World Peace Through Law

12-18 September 1965

37.5

Astronautica ACTA 7:2-3 (1960)

 

37.6

Bulletin Verlag der Tschechoslowakischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

April-Juni 1958

37.7

Lloyd Mallan. “ESV Can Make Your Life Better.” Bluebook 102:5 (1956) 6-19, 108-128.

 

37.8

American Bar Association Section of International and Comparative Law and Committee on the Law of Outer Space

 

37.9

Space Law bibliography notes

 

 

37.10

NASA Headquarters Telephone Directory

1963

37.11

A Basic Program for the 1963 Extraordinary Administrative Radio Conference on Space Communications by Andrew G. Haley

 

38.1

World Peace Through Law Conference – Wisconsin

2-3 October 1964

38.2

Space Law – Speeches AGH (old)

 

38.3

Clippings – Space Science

 

38.4

Clipping – General Space Law

 

38.5

World List of Future International Meetings

 

39.1

Participants, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1)

1965

39.2

Participants, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2)

1965

39.3

Minutes, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

39.4

Committee #6, Pt. 2, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

39.5

International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, 1-7 (1)

1965

39.6

International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, 8-10 (2)

1965

40.1

International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, 11-14 (3)

1965

40.2

International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, 15-52 (4)

1965

40.3

International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, empty binders (1)

1965

41.1

International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux, empty binders (2)

1965

41.2

Documents of the Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union, Buenos Aires

1952

41.3

L.F.E. Goldie, “Teaching a Course in Space Law”

June 1965

41.4

L.F.E. Goldie, “Space Activities and International Relations – Do These Call for New Concepts of Attribution and Liability

June 1965

41.5

L.F.E. Goldie, “Strict Liability and the Progressive Development of International Law”

December 1964

42.1

L.F.E. Goldie, “Liability for Damage and the Progressive Development of International Law”

July 1965

42.2

Reports and Proposals, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Geneva

1959

42.3

Testimony of Andrew G. Haley in Congress before the Committee on Science and Astronautics: Radio and Television Communications – Space Service and Earth/Space Service

4 April 1959

42.4

Provisional List of Participants: International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

14 September 1965

42.5

Committee 9 (Convention and General Regs) Pt. 1 Minutes, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.1

Committees, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.2

Program and excursion tickets and program to Zermatt, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.3

Addendum No. 1 to Volumes I-III of the Documents of the IX Plenary Assembly of the CCIR, Los Angeles

1959

43.4

Plenary Meeting resolutions and conference member directory, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.5

ITU [International Telecommunciation Union] Montreux 1965

1965

43.6

George D. Schrader, The Communications Satellite Corporation: A New Experiment in Government and Business

1963

43.7

Committee 3 (Budget Control) Minutes, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.8

List of Documents of the Conference, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.9

The Morning Electron: The Daily Newsletter of the [International Telecommunication Union] Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (multiple issues)

1965

43.10

Committee 9, Part 2, Minutes etc. International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.11

Committee 2 (Credentials) Minutes, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

43.12

Reports, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

44.1

Proposals, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

44.2

Convention Revision Proposals Part I – Proposals Concerning 1-150, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

44.3

Convention Revision Proposals Part II – Proposals Concerning 151-713, Annexes, Protocol, Resolutions

1965

45.1

Biographies and miscellaneous articles for Who’s Who publications

 

45.2

Space Shuttle and Spacelab Payload Operations

 

45.3

Jim Gehrig to Bob Lottman

28 April 1977

45.4

Elmer B. Staats to the Honorable Frank E. Moss [Chairman, Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences] requested by James J. Gehrig [Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences]

15 August 1973

45.5

William Proxmire [Wisconsin senator who attacked the Shuttle program]

1975

45.6

Preliminary Fact Sheets for Space Shuttle program

[1971?]

45.7

DOD [Department of Defense] Activities Supporting Space Shuttle Program

 

45.8

Shuttle System Safety Concerns Identification, Tracking, and Resolution

3 November 1975

45.9

“Hawkins” Team Review

November 1975

45.10

Space Shuttle Operations at NSTL [National Space Technology Laboratories]

4 April 1975

45.11

Space Shuttle User Charge Analysis

 

45.12

Space Systems Committee Space Shuttle Program Overview by Dr. M.S. Malkin

November 1975

45.13

Space Shuttle Presentation to the Staff of the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Science

10 May 1974

45.14

Space Shuttle Presentation to the Senate Committee Staff on Aeronautics and Space Sciences

7 November 1974

45.15

Space Shuttle Program Status Presentation to the Staff of the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences

2 June 1976

45.16

Space Shuttle Program Briefing to the Staff of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Technology

2 August 1977

46.1

Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory

 

46.2

Orbiter Thermal Protection System Weights

8 October 1975

46.3

U.S. General Accounting Office Staff Study Space Transportation System

June 1974

46.4

Staff Draft Analysis: Budget Implications of the Space Shuttle and Associated Space Flight Programs

13 June 1977

46.5

U.S. General Accounting Office Staff Study Space Transportation System

February 1975

46.6

Space Transportation System – STS

 

46.7

Testimony and Statements Space Shuttle

 

46.8

Consolidation of American Rocket Society and American Interplanetary Society, Incorporated, and Institute of Aerospace Sciences, Inc., into American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.

1962

46.9

United States Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service in the matter of the American Society of American Engineers

17 April 1962

46.10

Andrew G. Haley writings – miscellaneous drafts

 

46.11

Andrew G. Haley – book material (Space Law)

 

46.12

United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization: Documents and Publications (1964-1965)

 

47.1

World Peace Through Law – Washington, DC, September 1965 PAPERS

 

47.2

Legal and Political Implications of Space Research: Space Law and its Background: Political, Military, Economical Aspects and Techno-Scientific Problems of Astronautics: A Selective Bibliography of Eastern and Western Sources, Compiled by H. Peter Kehrberger, Part 1

1 August 1965

47.3

Legal and Political Implications of Space Research: Space Law and its Background: Political, Military, Economical Aspects and Techno-Scientific Problems of Astronautics: A Selective Bibliography of Eastern and Western Sources, Compiled by H. Peter Kehrberger, Part 2

1 August 1965

47.4

Legal and Political Implications of Space Research: Space Law and its Background: Political, Military, Economical Aspects and Techno-Scientific Problems of Astronautics: A Selective Bibliography of Eastern and Western Sources, Compiled by H. Peter Kehrberger, Part 3

1 August 1965

47.5

Legal and Political Implications of Space Research: Space Law and its Background: Political, Military, Economical Aspects and Techno-Scientific Problems of Astronautics: A Selective Bibliography of Eastern and Western Sources, Compiled by H. Peter Kehrberger, Part 4

1 Augusts 1965

48.1

ICAO [International Civil Aviation Organization] Space Resolution

9 August 1965

48.2

Space Law and Government book announcement and order form from Appleton-Century-Crofts

 

48.3

Draft of proposed bylaws of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

5 January 1963

48.4

Memorandum to the Trustees of Astronautics Foundation, Inc. from Theodore von Karman, Chairman

23 August 1961

48.5

Outline and Resume of Some Space Law Problems from National Space Law Seminar

18 February 1966

48.6

Space Law: State of the Art Report by Andrew G. Haley

 

48.7

Report on Recent Developments Relating to Satellite Communications by Andrew G. Haley

 

48.8

“Video and Audio Survey of Space Law,” Address by Andrew G. Haley at the Theodore von Karman Seminar of the Space Advisory Committee to the Mayor of Los Angeles, California

12 May 1965

48.9

Biographical data of Theodore von Karman

 

48.10

Untitled paper by Andrew G. Haley re: radio frequencies, IAF [International Astronautical Federation], and ITU [International Telecommunication Union]; Frequency proposals presented at Study Group XI meeting Moscow 1958 and before FCC in Docket No. 12,263

 

48.11

Constitution of the International Astronautical Federation, reprinted from Vol. 11, 1965, No. 2 Astronautica ACTA

 

48.12

Space Law and Metalaw – Fundamental Juridical Considerations by Andrew G. Haley

 

48.13

Frequency Allocations in the Radio Spectrum – A Critical Problem of the Space Age by Andrew G. Haley

 

48.14

Correspondence regarding “Space Law” and copy of front of original brown envelope

1958

48.15

“Space Law” Chapter 1, The Shores of Space with editorial corrections

 

48.16

“Space Law” Chapter 2, Whose Moon? With editorial corrections

 

48.17

“Space Law” Chapter 3, The Karman Line with editorial corrections

 

48.18

“Space Law” Chapter 4, Technological Problems of Defining Air Space with editorial corrections

 

48.19

“Space Law” Chapter 5, The Misguided Guided Missiles with editorial corrections

 

48.20

“Space Law” Chapter 6, What the Experts Say with editorial corrections

 

48.21

Commercial Implications of Missiles, Satellites, and Space Flight

 

48.22

Andrew G. Haley paper for American Rocket Society Annual Meeting

 

48.23

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, title page and table of contents

 

48.24

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 1 The First Concepts of Space Law

 

48.25

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 2 Law of Outer Space: The First Approach to Defining Jurisdiction

 

48.26

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 3 The First Sanctions of Space Law

 

48.27

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 4 The First Violations of Space Law

 

48.28

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 6 The First Domestic Space Legislation

 

48.29

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 6 First United States Legislation

 

48.30

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 7 The First Misguided Missile

 

48.31

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 9 The First Industry in the World

 

48.32

Law of Outer Space by Andrew G. Haley, Chapter 11 First Concepts of Metalaw

 

48.33

Committee 4 (Org. of Union), Part 1, Minutes etc. International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

49.1

Committee 5 (Personnel), Minutes, etc. International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

 

49.2

Committee 7 (Relations with UN etc.) Minutes etc., International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

49.3

Committee 8 (Tech. Coop.), Pt. 1, Minutes etc., International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

49.4

Committee 8, Pt. 2, Minutes etc., International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

49.5

Committee 10 (Editorial), Minutes etc., International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

49.6

Plenary Sessions, Minutes and Participants, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

50.1

DT Series, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 3)

1965

50.2

DT Series, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 3)

1965

50.3

DT Series, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (3 of 3)

1965

50.4

Minutes, Plenary Sessions, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

51.1

Plenary Sessions, Miscellaneous 1, 247-509, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 3)

1965

51.2

Plenary Sessions, Miscellaneous 1, 247-509, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 3)

1965

51.3

Plenary Sessions, Miscellaneous 1, 247-509, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (3 of 3)

1965

51.4

Plenary Sessions, Miscellaneous 2, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

51.5

Provisional Minutes of the First Plenary Meeting, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux

1965

52.1

Conference Documents 1: From 1-E to 70-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 4)

1965

52.2

Conference Documents 1: From 1-E to 70-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 4)

1965

52.3

Conference Documents 1: From 1-E to 70-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (3 of 4)

1965

52.4

Conference Documents 1: From 1-E to 70-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (4 of 4)

1965

52.5

Conference Documents 2: From 71-E to 224-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 4)

1965

53.1

Conference Documents 2: From 71-E to 224-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 4)

1965

53.2

Conference Documents 2: From 71-E to 224-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (3 of 4)

1965

53.3

Conference Documents 2: From 71-E to 224-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (4 of 4)

1965

53.4

Conference Documents 3: From 225-E to 325-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 3)

1965

53.5

Conference Documents 3: From 225-E to 325-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 3)

1965

54.1

Conference Documents 3: From 225-E to 325-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (3 of 3)

1965

54.2

Conference Documents 4: From 326-E to 450-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 3)

1965

54.3

Conference Documents 4: From 326-E to 450-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 3)

1965

54.4

Conference Documents 4: From 326-E to 450-E, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (3 of 3)

1965

54.5

Conference Documents 5: From 451, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (1 of 3)

1965

55.1

Conference Documents 5: From 451, International Telecommunication Union Plenipotentiary Conference, Montreux (2 of 3)

1965

55.2

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