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Index to proceedings of the Trusteeship Council
Bib ID 487029
Format JournalJournal
Description New York, N.Y. : United Nations, 1953-[1994] 
v. ; 27 cm. 
Series

Bibliographical series (Dag Hammarskjold Library)

Bibliographical series (United Nations Library (New York, N.Y.))

Numbering Note Issued with United Nations publication sales numbers.  Some issues include also: Special sessions, which have their own numbering. 
Notes

ST/LIB/SER.B/T.

Issued by the United Nations Headquarters Library, 1952-1963; by the Dag Hammarskjold Library, 1964-<1982>

Continues, in its new form, the mimeographed series entitled: United Nations. Trusteeship Council. Disposition of agenda items.

Life Dates 11th session (June to 24 July 1952 and 20 Nov. to 3 Dec. 1952)-  Ceased with 61st session (1994) 
Former Title

United Nations. Trusteeship Council. Disposition of agenda items

Frequency Annual 
Subjects United Nations. Trusteeship Council -- Proceedings -- Indexes -- Periodicals.  |  International trusteeships -- Indexes -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors United Nations Library (New York, N.Y.)  |  Dag Hammarskjold Library

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