- 1923 - 1951 (Creation)
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Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables and telegrams, excerpts of telegrams, memoranda, aide-memoires of conversations, resolutions, proclamations, decisions, recommendations and commentaries, meeting reports, addenda, speeches and abstracts of speeches, memoranda of protests, press releases and newsclippings, periodical journals, pamphlets, programmes, maps, exercise books, handwritten documents, and poetry.
Subjects include but are not limited to the following: constitutional development of Libya,Tripolitania, Cyrenaica, and Fezzan; political parties; minority issues; inauguration of U.N. tribunal in Italy; Maltese, Greek, and Jewish communities; expulsion of Italian minorities; development of Libyan Provisional Government; British administration in Tripolitania; censorship of Italian and Libyan newspapers; Press Law of 1950; the Committee of Twenty-One; demographics; labor issues; business interests; banking; refugees; Arab education; public health and services; and compensation for war damages.
Correspondents include T.R. Blackley, Chief Administrator, British Administration in Tripolitania; Dr. P. Cremona, Chief of Staff, U.N. Commission in Libya; Mansour Kaddera, Secretary-General of Council for Liberation of Libya; Sir Adrian Pelt, U.N. Comissioner for Libya; Thomas Power, Jr., Principal Secretary, U.N. Mission in Libya; Dr. L. Cerbella, President, Democratic Italian League; Signor Enrico Cibelli, President of Associazane Politico per il Progesso della Libia; and James Keene, Field Director, U.N. Relief for Palestine Refugees.