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Antarctic research and expeditions vol. 17

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dc.description.abstract BTS 102/2(17) 1 folder, 184 pages. Pages are out of order. Manuscript notes and documents. Some documents are hard to read. Minutes of the 28th Meeting of the Committee of Management of the Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 28 Jan. 1958. Press Release by the U.S. Department of State, 6 May 1958, ‘Joint Announcement by Australia and the U.S.A. on the Continued Operation of Wilkes Station, Antarctica’. Note addressed to the Secretary of State conveying the Union Government’s acceptance of an invitation to a International Conference to discuss international co-operation in Antarctica. Letter from the State Department inviting the Union Government to designate an observer to accompany the U.S. expedition on its relief and resupply mission to and from Antarctica. Letter to the Secretary for External Affairs from the Secretary of the S.A. National Committee for the IGY, 15 Jul. 1958, informing him that the Steering Committee of for the IGL decided to form a S.A. National Committee on Antarctic Research and listing the membership of this Committee. Minutes of the 32nd meeting of the Committee of Management held on 23 Jul. 1958, of the Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Report on Expedition to the Prince Edward Islands by Mr. J.A. King, Senior Meteorologist, 15 Jan. 1948. Letter in Afrikaans from the Direkteur van Driehoeksmeting to Die Sekrataris van Lande, titled ‘Besoek van Belgiese Suidpool-Ekspaedisie aan Kaapstad’. Letter from the Office of the High Commissioner for Australia in the Union of South Africa informing the Department of External Affairs that Australia has acceded to a request to set up an International Antarctic Analysis Centre in Melbourne after the closing down of the U.S. Weather Centre and an offer to the Union Government to assign meteorologists to participate in the activities of the Centre. On 19 Feb. 1959, the Secretary of Transport responded to this invitation by stating that the Union authorities were not in a position to spare suitably qualified personnel for a protracted tour of duty at the Centre though a Mr. Taljaard would visit the Centre for two weeks in Mar. 1959. A Reference List of General Works on Antarctica. Document titled ‘Operations in Antarctica: Agreement, with Memorandum of Understanding, Between the U.S.A. and New Zealand, 1958. Letter to the Secretary for Defence informing him that the Tripartite Naval Declaration had been renewed for a further year. Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, 1960. Bulletin, U.S. Antarctic Projects Officer, Vol. 1 No. 7, March 1960, containing a report of ‘Operation Deep Freeze’ as well as Bulletin, U.S. Antarctic Projects Officer, Vol. 1 No. 10, June 1960. Letter to the Secretary of External Affairs from the Embassy of the Union of S.A., Washington D.C., 12 Aug. 1960, titled ‘Erection of Atomic Power Stations in Antarctica’. Press Release by the Australian Department of External Affairs: 18 Jan. 1961, ‘Australian Antarctic Expedition Ship Due to Reach Freemantle on January 22’. 16 Mar. 1961, ‘Australian Antarctic Inland Party Surveys Ice Cap’. 16 Mar. 1961, ‘Australian Antarctic Inland Party Surveys Ice Cap’. 17 Mar. 1961, ‘Return of Australian Antarctic Expedition Ships’. Copy of the Final Summary Record of the 28th Meeting of the Interim Group held on 28 Feb. 1961, pursuant to the Final Act of the Conference on Antarctica. Letter to the Secretary for External Affairs, 22 Mar. 1961, re. an invitation from the Argentine Ambassador to the Union to nominate a scientist to participate in the activities of the Argentine Station (Ellsworth) during the next Antarctic season. Newspaper clippings relating to Antarctica taken from “The New York Times”, “The London Times”, “The Star”, the “Washington Evening Star”, and “The Soviet News” en_ZA
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