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ENIAC Patent Trial Collection
1864-1973 (bulk 1938-1971)

UPD 8.11

95.0 Cubic feet
Prepared by John C. Parker and J.M. Duffin
1990

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Center.

 

PROVENANCE

Transferred in 1989 from the School of Engineering and Applied Science (accession number 89:80).

 

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ARRANGEMENT

The collection contains two series: Sperry Rand Corporation, John P. Eckert, Jr., and John W. Mauchly vs. Bell Telephone, Incorporated; and two, Honeywell, Incorporated vs. Sperry Rand Corporation and Illinois Scientific Developments, Incorporated. Both series are arranged alphabetically by type of court document.

 

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HISTORICAL NOTE

There are two epochs in the history of computing: before the completion of the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer), and after. While there are several controversies about the development of the ENIAC and its immediate successors, there is nearly universal agreement on three points: the ENIAC was the watershed project which convinced the world that electronic computing was not merely possible, but practicable; it was a masterpiece of electrical engineering, unprecedented in reliability and computing speed; the two men most responsible for its conceptual and technical success were John Presper Eckert, Jr., and John William Mauchly, both of the Moore School of Electrical Engineering.

The history of computing prior to the ENIAC was long and varied. The desire for a mechanical means of computation was ancient, and had prompted the invention of many devices from the abacus to the adding machine. These developments culminated in the work of Charles Babbage, whose grandiose, fully mechanical designs had largely been forgotten by the turn of the 20th century, and of Herman Hollerith, whose punched-card tabulators came to the rescue of the1880 Federal Census. The one feature common to all these early inventions was that the structure was basically mechanical in nature. By the second decade of the twentieth century work was done on finding electro-mechanical computing devices to substitute the slower and inefficient machines. These efforts were undertaken by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology through the initiative of the electrical manufacturers and power companies who needed better equipment to monitor their large and expanding electrical systems. The result of this work was the creation of the differential or Bush analyzer. Though the Bush analyzer was able to perform many mathematical equations, it was still at its core a mechanical device with an electric drive and thus could produce the greater precision and accuracy desired by scientists. It was partially in response to this retardation in the advancement of electrical engineering technology that the ENIAC was developed.

The catalyst which advanced electrical engineering and the computer beyond the differential analyzer and to the ENIAC was the demands of the army during the 1930's and particularly the Second World War. The practical need which the differential analyzer could not solve effectively was the preparation of firing tables--charts which showed how to aim artillery accurately. Too many people and too much time was required to prepare these tables. The federal government was willing to fund research undertaken to improve upon the existing technology. Recognizing this opportunity to expand research and acquire new computing devices, the Moore School of Electrical Engineering of the University of Pennsylvania sought and obtained a contract to develop a differential analyzer of its own. The inadequacies of these mechanical devises at the Moore School were soon recognized by John W. Mauchly, a physics professor, and J. Presper Eckert, a graduate student. Both men believed the best way to improve computer devices was to make these machines primarily electronic rather than mechanical. Despite skepticism from his colleagues in the field, Mauchly thought that vacuum tubes could be used to accelerate calculations and to increase accuracy. Eckert also believed that not only could vacuum tubes be used but also that the existing tubes could be utilized if operated at low voltages. Sometime after Mauchly discussed their ideas with other faculty members and wrote a memo. In 1942 the liaison between the Army Ordnance and the Moore School, Lt. Herman H. Goldstine, heard of Mauchly's ideals for an electronic computer. Goldstine who was well acquainted with the shortcomings of the differential analyzer, was greatly interested in this project and suggested that a proposal to the army be written to develop an electronic computer. The Moore School officials took his advice and wrote a proposal. Finally, on April 9th, 1943 the Army granted a contract to the Moore School to build a large general-purpose electronic computer. By end of 1945 the electronic computer developed at the Moore School, known as the ENIAC was operational.

Photograph of J. Presper Eckert at the console of ENIAC

The significance of the ENIAC was soon understood by the many participants in its development who would later vie for recognition and control over the project. The first issue to cause problems later on was a paper written in June 1945 by John von Neuman, a mathematician who participated in discussions over the design of the ENIAC. In his paper von Neuman summarized the work of the project without giving any credit to Eckert or Mauchly; thus, presenting to those people in the profession who read the paper that von Neuman was responsible for the project. Another issue which created contention was patent rights and control over the project. During an attempt by Irven Travis to restructure the accounting operations and procedures of the Moore School in 1946, the Dean, Harold Presper, wrote a letter to Eckert and Mauchly in which he required them to sign a patent release form for all work they have done at the University and to place the interests of the University first rather than their own commercial interests in their work. Because they could not agree to such terms Eckert and Mauchly resigned from the Moore School staff in March of 1946. Though they had left the University and formed their own company, known as the Electronic Control Company, they still encountered problems over the ENIAC. In 1947 when they began to look into the possibility of taking out a patent on the ENIAC, Army lawyers informed them that the circulation of von Neuman's paper among people in the profession made the ideals from the ENIAC part of the public domain. Eckert and Mauchly, however, were able file a patent on the ENIAC in June of 1947. Armed with the patent to the ENIAC and freed from the constraints of the University, they hoped to succeed in forming a successful computer company; their attempts at this, however, failed when they were unable to maintain a dedicated funding source to cover the varied expenses. Eventually in February of 1950, Eckert and Mauchly were forced to sell their company, by then known as the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, and the patent rights to the ENIAC to Remington Rand Corporation. Though the ENIAC patent was owned by a large corporation, problems over the validity and rights to the invention continued.

While trying to secure the patent for the ENIAC, serious problems for the patent rights of Eckert and Mauchly, represented by Sperry Rand Corporation, arose in the 1960's. Sperry Rand was engaged, in the early 1960's, in litigation with Honeywell, Inc., and other companies, over the infringements of computer patents owned by Sperry Rand. By 1964 Sperry Rand was able to secure a stronger position on their claims to the electronic computer by being granted the ENIAC patent filed in 1947. Because of their former difficulties with Sperry Rand in the early 1960's and anticipated difficulties from a possible suit to collect royalties, Honeywell filed a suit against Sperry Rand in 1967 on the grounds of anti-trust violations and unjustified claims to the electronic computer. The case was heard in the 4th Division of the Minnesota District Court (No. 4-67-Civ. 138). During the course of the trial two major points rose which tested the rights of Eckert and Mauchly to the ENIAC patent. The first point was over where the basic ideals used in the ENIAC's design originated. Sperry Rand contented that the ENIAC was solely the invention of Eckert and Mauchly; however, Honeywell stated that Eckert and Mauchly had taken the idea from John Vincent Atanasoff and his assistant Clifford Berry. Building upon the basic historical view that all inventions are the result of the work of many people over time, Honeywell capitalized upon a visit Mauchly made in 1941 to Atanasoff. During this visit Atanasoff showed Mauchly a small electronic computer he had developed a few years before. Because there were some similarities in the design and operation of Atanasoff's machine with the ENIAC, Honeywell asserted that Eckert and Mauchly used Atanasoff's ideas for their own machine. The second major point concerned the filing of the patent in 1947. Because von Neuman had written a paper about the design of the ENIAC and circulated it a year before the patent application was filed, it was argued that the ENIAC had become part of the public domain and could not be patented. The U.S. District Court Judge in this case, Earl Richard Larson, determined that the ENIAC patent was invalid mainly because of the two points raised during the trial. He concluded that while Eckert and Mauchly may have created the ENIAC, they did not create the basic ideas used in the assembly of their computer.

 

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SCOPE AND CONTENT

The ENIAC Papers are divided into two major series, viz., one, Sperry Rand Corporation, John P. Eckert, Jr., and John W. Mauchly vs. Bell Telephone, Incorporated; and two, Honeywell, Incorporated vs. Sperry Rand Corporation and Illinois Scientific Developments, Incorporated. The first series consists of only 2 cu. ft. and is primarily composed of exhibits used the case. A letter which was found in the series and is located in the first file indicates that these papers were sent to John Grist Brainerd, the head of the Moore School, in 1970 to assist him in his testimony for the Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand case. The papers are arranged by a code system which may have related to the original court filing. Unfortunately, a key to these codes was not found among the papers.

The second and largest group of material (92 cu. ft.) in the ENIAC papers is the case file for Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand. The series is grouped into several different categories, as follows: boxes 1-3, lists, guides, and trial briefs for both the plaintiffs and defendants; boxes 3-11, the transcripts of the trial; boxes 12-16, depositions; boxes 16-59, the plaintiff's trial exhibits; boxes 60-91, the defendant's trial exhibits. The lists and guides are very useful in locating material in the rest of the series. For example, the copies of transcript index cards list, in order of exhibit number, all the exhibits introduced as evidence in the trial and cross reference them to the transcript. The most historically significant material is the depositions and trial exhibits. Both groups provide important information on the development of the ENIAC. One must bear in mind that only that information which would assistant each litigants' claims was presented to the court. The exhibits contain a large collection of correspondence in addition to printed material relating to the development of the electronic computer. Almost all of the collection are photocopies of original documents. The notable exceptions are four original technical notebooks from the Mauchly Co. in the defendant's trial exhibits, being numbers 3844, 4194, 4234, 4284. Despite the large volume of material contained in this series, the files are not complete. There are numerous gaps throughout the collection which require one to check other repositories.

There are several places where one can find other copies and fuller copies of this collections material. At Hagley Museum and Library in Greenville, Delaware are the Sperry-UNIVAC Company Records, 1938-1970, which include the records of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation as well as the court papers for Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand and Sperry Rand vs. Bell Telephone -see Michael Nash Computer, Automation, and Cybernetics at the Hagley Museum and Library (Wilmington, Delaware: Hagley Museum and Library, 1989). The Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, also has a collection of the Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand records in addition to the papers of Earl Richard Larson, the District Court judge. At Dartmouth College, New Hampshire are the George Robert Stibitz Papers, a former employee of the Bell Telephone Laboratories and important scientist worked on the development of computers, which contain some material relating to the Sperry Rand vs. Bell Telephone case. In addition to this primary source material Nancy Stern's From ENIAC to UNIVAC: An Appraisal of the Eckert-Mauchly Computers (Bedford, Massachusetts: Digital Press, 1981) has a good summary of the history of the ENIAC and Eckert's and Mauchly's electronic computers and of the key issues that arose in the Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand case.

 

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CONTROLLED ACCESS HEADINGS

Corporate Name(s)

  • Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (Philadelphia, Pa.).
  • Honeywell Inc..
  • Illinois Scientific Developments, Inc..
  • International Business Machines Corporation.
  • Remington Rand, Inc..
  • Sperry Rand Corporation.
  • U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory.

Personal Name(s)

  • Atanasoff, John V., (John Vincent)
  • Berry, Clifford Edward, 1918-1963
  • Brainerd, John G., (John Grist), 1904-1988
  • Eckert, J. Presper, (John Presper), 1919-1995
  • Goldstine, Herman H., (Herman Heine), 1913-2004
  • Lukoff, Herman.
  • Mauchly, John W., (John William), 1907-1980

Subject(s)

  • Computer engineering.
  • Computers.
  • EDVAC (Computer)
  • ENIAC (Computer)
  • Patent suits.

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INVENTORY

 

Honeywell, Inc. vs. Sperry Rand Corp., et al. 

Box

Folder

Guide to Transcript 

Chronological Index to Testimony (Plaintiff) 

1

1

Alphabetical Index to Testimony (Plaintiff) 

1

2

Chronological Index to Testimony (Defendants) 

1

3

Alphabetical Index to Testimony (Defendants) 

1

4

Transcript Indices 

1

5

Plaintiff's List of Trial Exhibits 

Nos. 1--1125 

1

6

Nos. 1126--2132 

1

7

Nos. 2133--3170 

1

8

Nos. 3171--3998 

1

9

Nos. 4002--4987 

1

10

Nos. 4988--6244 

1

11

Nos. 6425--8156 

1

12

Nos. 8157--10,013 

1

13

Nos. 10,014--10,999 

1

14

Nos. 11,002--13,126 

1

15

Nos. 13,127--15,383 

1

16

Nos. 15,387--18,147 

1

17

Nos. 18,149--19,997 

1

18

Nos. 20,001--22,008 

1

19

Nos. 22,009--24,902.001 

1

20

Nos. 24,903--Gambrell No. 34 

1

21

Nos. Gambrell No. 39--Wyman No. 11 

1

22

Plaintiff's Deposition Lists 

1

23

Plaintiff's Brief, Table of Contents 

2

1

Plaintiff's Final Brief on the Merits, pp. 1--124 

2

2

Plaintiff's Final Brief on the Merits, pp. 125--249 

2

3

Plaintiff's Final Brief on the Merits, pp. 250--374 

2

4

Plaintiff's Final Brief on the Merits, pp. 375--509 

2

5

Plaintiff's Trial Brief 

Vol. II 

2

6

Vol. III, pp. 1--154 

2

7

Vol. III, §412--§448 

2

8

Vol. IV, pp. 1--124 

2

9

Vol. IV, pp. 125--174 

2

10

Statements of Legal Contentions to Vols. II--IV 

2

11

Vol. V, pp. 1--74 

2

12

Vol. V, pp. 75--149 

2

13

Vol. V, pp. 150--237 

2

14

Vol. V, pp. 238--300 

2

15

Statements of Legal Contentions to Vol. V 

2

16

Vol. V, part 2, Appendix A 

2

17

Vol. V, Appendix B 

2

18

Plaintiff's Answer to Defendants', pp. 1--150 

14

5

Plaintiff's Answer to Defendants', pp. 151--222 

14

6

Defendant's Pre--Trial Brief with Reply, Sections A--F 

3

11

Defendant's Pre--Trial Brief with Reply, Sections G--K 

3

12

Defendant's Pre--Trial Brief with Reply, Sections L--W 

3

13

Defendant's Pre--Trial Brief with Reply, Statements of Law 

3

14

Defendant's Brief in Support of Motion under Rule 41(b) 

3

15

Defendant's List of Trial Exhibits 

1

24

Defendant's Correspondent Index, 1934--1948 

3

16

Defendant's Correspondent Index, 1948--1955 

3

17

Defendant's Correspondent Index, 1955--1971 

3

18

Transcript Index Cards, Exhibit Nos. 1402--3683 

2

19

Transcript Index Cards, Exhibit Nos. 3683--4761 

2

20

Transcript Index Cards, Exhibit Nos. 4762--6706.1 

2

21

Pretrial Conference 

15

21

Digest of Testimony 

pp. 3--2123 

2

22

pp. 2124--2914 

3

1

pp. 2915--4137 

3

2

pp. 4140--4320 

3

3

pp. 4322--5361 

3

4

pp. 5364--6084 

3

5

Sperry Rand Corp. vs. Bell Telephone 

Summary of Principal Events 

3

6

Chronology, pp. 1--124 

3

7

Chronology, pp. 125--249 

3

8

Chronology, pp. 250--355 

3

9

Condensed Chronology 

3

10

Miscellaneous [1] 

3

19

Miscellaneous [2] 

3

20

Miscellaneous [3] 

3

21

Trial Transcript 

pp. 1--99, Vol. 1 

3

22

pp. 100--201, Vol. 2 

3

23

pp. 262--455, Vol. 3 

4

1

pp. 456--623, Vol. 4 

4

2

pp. 624--771, Vol. 5 

4

3

pp. 772--912, Vol. 6 

4

4

pp. 913--1080, Vol. 7 

4

5

pp. 1081--1245, Vol. 8 

4

6

pp. 1246--1399, Vol. 9 

4

7

pp. 1400--1501, Vol. 10 

4

8

pp. 1502--1715, Vol. 11 

4

9

pp. 1716--1862A, Vol. 12 

4

10

pp. 1863--2019A, Vol. 13 

4

11

pp. 2020--2107, Vol. 14 

4

12

pp. 2108--2259, Vol. 15 

4

13

pp. 2260--2403, Vol. 16 

4

14

pp. 2404--2586, Vol. 17 

4

15

pp. 2587--2751, Vol. 18 

4

16

pp. 2752--2914, Vol. 19 

5

1

pp. 2915--3116, Vol. 20 

5

2

pp. 3117--3276, Vol. 21 

5

3

pp. 3277--3430, Vol. 22 

5

4

pp. 3431--3609, Vol. 23 

5

5

pp. 3610--3836, Vol. 24 

5

6

pp. 3837--3983, Vol. 25 

5

7

pp. 3984--4138, Vol. 26 

5

8

pp. 4139--4320, Vol. 27 

5

9

pp. 4321--4469, Vol. 28 

5

10

pp. 4470--4627, Vol. 29 

5

11

pp. 4628--4778, Vol. 30 

5

12

pp. 4779--4948, Vol. 31 

5

13

pp. 4949--5109, Vol. 32 

5

14

pp. 5110--5277, Vol. 33 

5

15

pp. 5278--5468, Vol. 34 

6

1

pp. 5469--5625, Vol. 35 

6

2

pp. 5626--5774, Vol. 36 

6

3

pp. 5775--5931, Vol. 37 

6

4

pp. 5932--6084, Vol. 38 

6

5

pp. 6085--6235, Vol. 39 

6

6

pp. 6236--6377, Vol. 40 

6

7

pp. 6378--6543, Vol. 41 

6

8

pp. 6544--6684, Vol. 42 

6

9

pp. 6685--6829, Vol. 43 

6

10

pp. 6830--6982, Vol. 44 

6

11

pp. 6983--7166, Vol. 45 

6

12

pp. 7167--7336, Vol. 46 

6

13

pp. 7337--7487, Vol. 47 

6

14

pp. 7488--7637, Vol. 48 

6

15

pp. 7639--7784, Vol. 49 

6

16

pp. 7785--7913A, Vol. 50 

7

1

pp. 7914--8081, Vol. 51 

7

2

pp. 8082--8222A, Vol. 52 

7

3

pp. 8223--8377, Vol. 53 

7

4

pp. 8378--8527, Vol. 54 

7

5

pp. 8528--8704, Vol. 55 

7

6

pp. 8705--8850, Vol. 56 

7

7

pp. 8851--8994, Vol. 57 

7

8

pp. 8995--9144, Vol. 58 

7

9

pp. 9145--9290, Vol. 59 

7

10

pp. 9291--9449, Vol. 60 

7

11

pp. 9450--9605, Vol. 61 

7

12

pp. 9606--9776A, Vol. 62 

7

13

pp. 9777--9946, Vol. 63 

7

14

pp. 9947--10,113, Vol. 64 

7

15

pp. 10,114--10,263, Vol. 65 

7

16

pp. 10,264--10,425, Vol. 66 

7

17

pp. 10,426--10,440, Vol. 67 

8

1

pp. 10,441--10,588, Vol. 68 

8

2

pp. 10,589--10,728, Vol. 69 

8

3

pp. 10,729--10,863A, Vol. 70 

8

4

pp. 10,864--11,028, Vol. 71 

8

5

pp. 11,029--11,175A, Vol. 72 

8

6

pp. 11,176--11,360, Vol. 73 

8

7

pp. 11,361--11,516, Vol. 74 

8

8

pp. 11,517--11,642, Vol. 75 

8

9

pp. 11,643--11,720, Vol. 76 

8

10

pp. 11,721--11,866, Vol. 77 

8

11

pp. 11,867--12,016, Vol. 78 

8

12

pp. 12,017--12,169, Vol. 79 

8

13

pp. 12,170--12,332A, Vol. 80 

8

14

pp. 12,333--12,367, Vol. 81 

8

15

pp. 12,368--12,524, Vol. 82 

8

16

pp. 12,525--12,710, Vol. 83 

8

17

pp. 12,711--12,846, Vol. 84 

8

18

pp. 12,847--12,979A, Vol. 85 

8

19

pp. 12,980--13,129, Vol. 86 

9

1

pp. 13,130--13,272A, Vol. 87 

9

2

pp. 13,273--13,443, Vol. 88 

9

3

pp. 13,444--13,591, Vol. 89 

9

4

pp. 13,592--13,752, Vol. 90 

9

5

pp. 13,753--13,853, Vol. 91 

9

6

pp. 13,853--13,988, Vol. 92 

9

7

pp. 13,989--14,146A, Vol. 93 

9

8

pp. 14,146--14,290, Vol. 94 

9

9

pp. 14,291--14,434A, Vol. 95 

9

10

pp. 14,435--14,585, Vol. 96 

9

11

pp. 14,586--14,748, Vol. 97 

9

12

pp. 14,749--14,903, Vol. 98 

9

13

pp. 14,904--15,056, Vol. 99 

9

14

pp. 15,057--15,214A, Vol. 100 

9

15

pp. 15,215--15,346, Vol. 101 

9

16

pp. 15,347--15,492, Vol. 102 

9

17

pp. 15,493--15,561, Vol. 103 

9

18

pp. 15,562--15,671, Vol. 104 

10

1

pp. 15,672--15,817, Vol. 105 

10

2

pp. 15,818--15,940, Vol. 106 

10

3

pp. 15,941--16,084, Vol. 107 

10

4

pp. 16,084--16,233, Vol. 108 

10

5

pp. 16,234--16,429, Vol. 109 

10

6

pp. 16,430--16,654, Vol. 110 

10

7

pp. 16,555--16,727, Vol. 111 

10

8

pp. 16,728--16,885, Vol. 112 

10

9

pp. 16,886--17,044, Vol. 113 

10

10

pp. 17,045--17,192, Vol. 114 

10

11

pp. 17,193--17,340, Vol. 115 

10

12

pp. 17,341--17,479, Vol. 116 

10

13

pp. 17,480--17,638, Vol. 117 

10

14

pp. 17,639--17,792, Vol. 118 

10

15

pp. 17,793--17,948, Vol. 119 

10

16

pp. 17,949--18,098, Vol. 120 

10

17

pp. 18,099--18,291A, Vol. 121 

11

1

pp. 18,292--18,454A, Vol. 122 

11

2

pp. 18,455--18,639, Vol. 123 

11

3

pp. 18,640--18,811, Vol. 124 

11

4

pp. 18,812--18,992, Vol. 125 

11

5

pp. 18,993--19,164A, Vol. 126 

11

6

pp. 19,165--19,314, Vol. 127 

11

7

pp. 19,315--19,467, Vol. 128 

11

8

pp. 19,468--19,613, Vol. 129 

11

9

pp. 19,614--19,739, Vol. 130 

11

10

pp. 19,740--19,869, Vol. 131 

11

11

pp. 19,870--20,024, Vol. 132 

11

12

pp. 20,025--20,182, Vol. 133 

11

13

pp. 20,183--20,359, Vol. 134 

11

14

pp. 20,360--20,534, Vol. 135 

11

15

pp. 20,535--20,626, Vol. 136 

11

16

pp. 20,627--20,673, Vol. 137 

11

17

Depositions 

Roland A. Anderson 

12

1

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 2 

12

2

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 3 

12

3

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 4 

12

4

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 5 

12

5

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 7 

12

6

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 8 

12

7

John V. Atanasoff, Vol. 9 

12

8

Laura Atanasoff 

12

9

Wallace E. Barron 

12

10

Jean J. Bartik 

12

11

H. Jack Blackwell 

12

12

Bruce E. Bremberg 

12

13

Robert E. Buchanan 

12

14

Charles G. Call, Vol. 1, pp. 1--150 

12

15

Charles G. Call, Vol. 1, pp. 151 to end 

12

16

Charles G. Call, Vol. 2 to p. 392 

12

17

Charles G. Call, Vol. 2, pp. 393 to end 

12

18

Percy H. Carr 

12

19

Joseph H. Church 

12

20

William Earl Cleaver 

12

21

Mary A. Crozer 

12

22

Albert S. Davis 

12

23

L. S. Dedrick, Vol. 1 

12

24

L. S. Dedrick, Vol. 2 

12

25

Joseph R. Desch, pp. 1--171 

12

26

Joseph R. Desch, pp. 172--325 

13

1

Joseph R. Desch, pp. 325 to end 

13

2

Arthur H. Dickinson 

13

3

Robert K. Dombrowski 

13

4

John P. Dority, pp. 1--150 

13

5

John P. Dority, pp. 151 to end 

13

6

Stannard Dunn 

13

7

Charles C. English 

13

8

George V. Eltgroth 

13

9

A. J. Etienne 

13

10

Paul N. Gillon 

13

11

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 1--150 

13

12

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 151--314 

13

13

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 315--465 

13

14

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 466--622 

13

15

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 623--775 

13

16

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 776--925 

13

17

Herman H. Goldstine, pp. 926 to end 

13

18

Daniel L. Griffen 

13

19

William D. Hall, pp. 1--170, Vol. 1 

13

20

William D. Hall, pp. 171--219, Vol. 2 

14

1

William D. Hall, Vol. 3 

14

2

Mrs. Douglas Hartree 

14

3

Henry Heyman 

14

4

Frances D. Holberton 

14

7

John V. Holberton 

14

7

Gilchrist Hurst 

14

8

Louis Kline (for NCR Company) 

14

9

Marshall A. Lerner 

14

10

Max L. Libman, Vol 1 

14

11

Max L. Libman, Vol 2 

14

12

Max L. Libman, Vol 3 

14

13

Max L. Libman, Vol 4 

14

14

E. Jerry Light 

14

15

Herbert F. Markel, Vol. 1 

14

16

Herbert F. Markel, Vol. 2 

14

17

John C. McPherson 

14

18

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 1 

14

19

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 2 

14

20

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 3 

14

21

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 4 

14

22

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 5 

14

23

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 6 

14

24

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 7 

14

25

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 8 

14

26

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 9 

15

1

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 10 

15

2

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 11 

15

3

John W. Mauchly, Vol. 12 

15

4

Kathleen Rita Mauchly, pp. 1--150 

15

5

Kathleen Rita Mauchly, pp. 151--300 

15

6

Kathleen Rita Mauchly, pp. 301 to end 

15

7

Francis E. McGee, pp. 1--150 

15

8

Francis E. McGee, pp. 151 to end 

15

9

William J. McHugh 

15

10

Marlyn W. Meltzer 

15

11

Minot C. Morgan, Jr. 

15

12

Robert E. Mumma 

15

13

Glenn Murphy 

15

14

Donald S. Murray, pp. 1--150 

15

15

Donald S. Murray, pp. 150 to end 

15

16

Burt T. Oakley 

15

17

Charles Ondrick 

15

18

Frederick W. Padden 

15

19

Byron E. Phelps 

15

20

Jan A. Rajchman, pp. 1--117 

15

22

Jan A. Rajchman, pp. 118 to end 

15

23

Francis Reichelderfer 

15

24

R. K. Richards 

15

25

Robert H. Richings 

15

26

S. Joseph Rotondi 

15

27

Edward A. Ruestow 

15

28

Albert Russinoff 

15

29

Charles H. Schmitter 

15

30

George A. Smith 

15

31

Homer W. Spence 

16

1

Leslie E. Simon 

16

2

Ruth L. Teitelbaum 

16

3

Edward Teller 

16

4

Maurice J. Trainer 

16

5

Fred van Sant, Jr., pp. 1--150 

16

6

Fred van Sant, Jr., pp. 151 to end 

16

7

Warren Weaver 

16

8

John Wheeler 

16

9

Vladimir K. Zworykin 

16

10

Plaintiff's Trial Exhibits 

No. 1, pp. 1--225 

16

11

No. 1, pp. 226--375 

16

12

No. 1, pp. 376--496 

16

13

Nos. 2--14 

16

14

Nos. 15--20 

16

15

Nos. 21--33 

16

16

Nos. 34--36 

16

17

Nos. 37--43 

16

18

Nos. 44--51 

16

19

No. 52 

16

20

Nos. 53--87 

16

21

Nos. 101--122 

17

1

Nos. 123--124 

17

2

Nos. 125--142 

17

3

Nos. 143--146.6, Nos. 144 and 145 missing 

17

4

No. 147-150 

17

5

No. 151 

17

6

No. 152 

17

7

No. 153 

17

8

Nos. 154--165.5 

17

9

Nos. 166--171 

17

10

Nos. 172--198.5 

17

11

Nos. 199--211 

17

12

No. 212 

17

13

Nos. 213--214.5 

17

14

Nos. 214.6--217 

17

15

Nos. 219--265 

17

16

No. 266 to p. 1,150 

17

17

No. 266 to end 

18

1

Nos. 267--299 

18

2

No. 300 

18

3

Nos. 301--362 

18

4

Nos. 363--389 

18

5

Nos. 390--480 

18

6

Nos. 481--486 

18

7

Nos. 487--490 

18

8

Nos. 491--499 

18

9

Nos. 500--524.5 

18

10

Nos. 525--532 

18

11

Nos. 533--576 

18

12

Nos. 576.5--610 

18

13

No. 610.1 

18

14

Nos. 611--615 

18

15

No. 616 

18

16

Nos. 617--647 

18

17

Nos. 648--668 

19

1

No folder 2 

19

2

Nos. 669--733 

19

3

Nos. 734--763.5 

19

4

Nos. 764--799 

19

5

Nos. 800--849 

19

6

Nos. 850--879 

19

7

Nos. 880--901 

19

8

Nos. 902--927 

19

9

Nos. 929--953 

19

10

Nos. 954--965 

19

11

No. 966 

19

12

No. 967 

19

13

Nos. 968--970 

19

14

No. 971, part 1 

19

15

No. 971, part 2 

19

16

No. 972 

19

17

No. 973 

20

1

No. 974--979 

20

2

No. 980, part 1 

20

3

No. 980, part 2 

20

4

Nos. 980.1--1035 

20

5

Nos. 1036--1054 

20

6

Nos. 1055--1056 

20

7

Nos. 1057--1155 

20

8

Nos. 1156--1218 

20

9

Nos. 1219--1247 

20

10

No. 1248, pp. 1--150 

20

11

No. 1248, pp. 151--300 

20

12

Nos. 1248, pp. 301 to end,--1249 

20

13

Nos. 1250--1288 

20

14

Nos. 1289--1292.1 

20

15

Nos. 1293--1303 

20

16

Nos. 1304--1332 

20

17

Nos. 1333--1336 

20

18

No. 1337 

21

1

No. 1338 

21

2

Nos. 1339--1361 

21

3

No. 1362, part 1 

21

4

No. 1362, part 2 

21

5

Nos. 1363--1386 

21

6

Nos. 1387--1394 

21

7

No. 1395 

21

8

Nos. 1396--1397 

21

9

No. 1398 

21

10

Nos. 1399--1404 

21

11

Nos. 1405--1437 

21

12

Nos. 1439--1449 

21

13

Nos. 1451--1501 

21

14

Nos. 1502--1503 

21

15

Nos. 1504--1530 

21

16

Nos. 1531--1555 

21

17

No. 1556, part 1 

22

1

No. 1556, part 2 

22

2

No. 1557 

22

3

Nos. 1558--1583 

22

4

No. 1584 

22

5

No. 1585 

22

6

Nos. 1586--1606 

22

7

No. 1607 

22

8

Nos. 1608--1657 

22

9

Nos. 1658--1677 

22

10

No. 1678 

22

11

Nos. 1679--1680, part 1 

22

12

No. 1680, part 2 

22

13

Nos. 1681--1710 

22

14

No. 1711 

22

15

Nos. 1712--1764 

22

16

Nos. 1765--1805 

22

17

Nos. 1806--1822 

22

18

No. 1823 

23

1

Nos. 1824--1826 

23

2

No. 1827, part 1 

23

3

No. 1827, part 2 

23

4

No. 1842 

23

5

Nos. 1843--1845 

23

6

No. 1846 

23

7

Nos. 1847--1875 

23

8

Nos. 1876--1913 

23

9

Nos. 1914--2000 

23

10

Nos. 2001--2050 

23

11

Nos. 2051--2099 

23

12

Nos. 2100--2157 

23

13

No. 2158, part 1 

23

14

No. 2158, part 2 

23

15

Nos. 2159--2199 

23

16

Nos. 2200--2204 

23

17

No. 2205 

23

18

Nos. 2206--2254 

24

1

Nos. 2255--2299 

24

2

Nos. 2300--2350 

24

3

Nos. 2351--2387 

24

4

No. 2388 

24

5

Nos. 2389--2439 

24

6

Nos. 2440--2464 

24

7

No. 2466 

24

8

No. 2466.1 

24

9

Nos. 2467--2499 

24

10

Nos. 2500--2550 

24

11

Nos. 2551--2600 

24

12

Nos. 2601--2630 

24

13

Nos. 2631--2660 

24

14

Nos. 2661--2700 

24

15

Nos. 2701--2749 

24

16

Nos. 2750--2759 

24

17

Nos. 2760--2761 

24

18

No. 2762 

24

19

Nos. 2763-4 

24

20

No. 2765 

25

1

No. 2766 

25

2

No. 2767 

25

3

Nos. 2768--2799 

25

4

Nos. 2800--2835 

25

5

Nos. 2836--2879 

25

6

No. 2880 

25

7

Nos. 2881--2886 

25

8

No. 2887, part 1 

25

9

No. 2887, part 2 

25

10

No. 2888--2950 

25

11

Nos. 2951--3050 

25

12

Nos. 3051--3131 

25

13

Nos. 3132--3199 

25

14

Nos. 3200--3250 

25

15

Nos. 3251--3275 

25

16

Nos. 3276--3326 

26

1

No. 3328 

26

2

No. 3329 

26

3

No. 3329.5 

26

4

Nos. 3330--3391 

26

5

No. 3392 

26

6

Nos. 3393--3425 

26

7

Nos. 3426--3470 

26

8

Nos. 3471--3499 

26

9

Nos. 3500--3539 

26

10

No. 3540 

26

11

No. 3540.5 

26

12

Nos. 3541--3551 

26

13

Nos. 3552--3571 

26

14

No. 3572, part 1 

26

15

No. 3572, part 2 

26

16

Nos. 3573--3599 

26

17

Nos. 3600--3629 

26

18

No. 3630 

26

19

Nos. 3631--3662.5 

26

20

No. 3663 

26

21

Nos. 3664--3750 

27

1

Nos. 3751--3777 

27

2

No. 3778 

27

3

No. 3779 

27

4

Nos. 3780--3781 

27

5

Nos. 3782--3787.2 

27

6

Nos. 3788--3848.1 

27

7

No. 3849 

27

8

Nos. 3850--3859 

27

9

No. 3860 

27

10

Nos. 3861--3869 

27

11

No. 3868.5 

27

12

Nos. 3870--3871 

27

13

No. 3871.5 

27

14

No. 3871.6 

27

15

No. 3871.1, part 1 

27

16

No. 3871.1, part 2 

27

17

No. 3871.8, part 1 

27

18

No. 3871.8, part 2 

27

19

Nos. 3872--3877 

27

20

No. 3878 

28

1

Nos. 3879--3899 

28

2

No. 3902.2 

28

3

Nos. 3900--3902, 3903--3958 

28

4

Nos. 3959--3999 

28

5

Nos. 4000--4069 

28

6

Nos. 4070--4148.1 

28

7

Nos. 4149--4199 

28

8

Nos. 4200--4251 

28

9

No. 4252 

28

10

Nos. 4253--4297 

28

11

No. 4299 

28

12

Nos. 4300--4335 

28

13

Nos. 4336--4399 

28

14

Nos. 4400--4448.1 

28

15

Nos. 4448.2--4495 

28

16

Nos. 4501--4525 

29

1

No. 4526, part 1 

29

2

No. 4526, part 2 

29

3

No. 4527, part 1 

29

4

No. 4527, part 2 

29

5

No. 4528 

29

6

No. 4528.5 

29

7

Nos. 4529--4533 

29

8

Nos. 4534--4540 

29

9

Nos. 4541--4599 

29

10

Nos. 4600--4686 

29

11

Nos. 4687--4695 

29

12

No. 4695 

29

13

No. 4696.5, part 1 

29

14

No. 4696.5, part 2 

29

15

Nos. 4696--4715 

29

16

Nos. 4716--4759 

30

1

Nos. 4760--4794 

30

2

Nos. 4795--4845 

30

3

Nos. 4846--4879 

30

4

Nos. 4881--4909 

30

5

Nos. 4910--4947 

30

6

Nos. 4947.5--4976 

30

7

Nos. 4977--4995 

30

8

Nos. 4996--5050 

30

9

Nos. 5051--5125 

30

10

Nos. 5126--5184 

30

11

Nos. 5185--5249 

30

12

Nos. 5250--5352 

30

13

Nos. 5252--5461 

30

14

Nos. 5462--5499 

31

1

Nos. 5501--5524 

31

2

Nos. 5525--5530 

31

3

No. 5531 

31

4

Nos. 5532--5563 

31

5

Nos. 5564--5600 

31

6

Nos. 5601--5663 

31

7

Nos. 5664--5733 

31

8

No. 5734, part 1 

31

9

No. 5734, part 2 

31

10

Nos. 5735--5777 

31

11

Nos. 5778--5822 

31

12

Nos. 5823--5862 

31

13

Nos. 5363.5--5905 

31

14

Nos. 5906--5958.5 

31

15

Nos. 5959--5992 

32

1

Nos. 5993--6025 

32

2

Nos. 6026--6055 

32

3

Nos. 6056--6078 

32

4

No. 6079.5 

32

5

Nos. 6080--6086 

32

6

No. 6087 

32

7

Nos. 6088--6128 

32

8

No. 6129.5, part 1 

32

9

No. 6129.5, part 2 

32

10

No. 6129.5, part 3 

32

11

No. 6129.5, part 4 

32

12

No. 6129.5, part 5 

32

13

Nos. 6130--6158 

32

14

Nos. 6159--6171 

32

15

Nos. 6172--6176 

32

16

No. 6177 

32

17

Nos. 6178--6179.5 

33

1

Nos. 6180--6237 

33

2

Nos. 6238-6261 

33

3

Nos. 6262--6279 

33

4

No. 6280 

33

5

Nos. 6281--6321 

33

6

Nos. 6322.5--6360 

33

7

Nos. 6361--6394 

33

8

No. 6395 

33

9

Nos. 6396--6403 

33

10

No. 6404 

33

11

Nos. 6406--6471 

33

12

No. 6472 

33

13

Nos. 6473--6497 

33

14

No. 6498 

33

15

Nos. 6500--6507 

33

16

No. 6508.5 

33

17

Nos. 6509--6550 

33

18

Nos. 6551--6622 

34

1

Nos. 6623--6643 

34

2

No. 6643.5 

34

3

Nos. 6645--6691 

34

4

Nos. 6692--6730 

34

5

Nos. 6731--6754 

34

6

No. 6756.5, part 1 

34

7

No. 6756.5, part 2 

34

8

No. 6757 

34

9

Nos. 6759--6806 

34

10

Nos. 6807--6875 

34

11

Nos. 6876--6935 

34

12

Nos. 6936--7030 

34

13

Nos. 7031--7100 

34

14

Nos. 7101--7199 

34

15

Nos. 7201--7263 

34

16

Nos. 7264.5--7291 

35

1

Nos. 7292--7300 

35

2

Nos. 7301--7349 

35

3

Nos. 7350--7385 

35

4

Nos. 7388--7450 

35

5

Nos. 7451--7495 

35

6

No. 7496 

35

7

Nos. 7497--7499 

35

8

Nos. 7500--7521 

35

9

Nos. 7522--7550 

35

10

Nos. 7551--7591 

35

11

Nos. 7592--7614 

35

12

Nos. 7615--7640 

35

13

No. 7641, part 1 

35

14

No. 7641, part 2 

35

15

Nos. 7641--5--7699 

35

16

Nos. 7700--7702.3 

35

17

No. 7703 

36

1

Nos. 7703.2--7708 

36

2

Nos. 7707--7717.4 

36

3

Nos. 7718--7729 

36

4

Nos. 7730--7740 

36

5

Nos. 7741--7744, 7747--7769 

36

6

No. 7745 

36

7

Nos. 7770--7800 

36

8

Nos. 7801--7870 

36

9

Nos. 7871--7927 

36

10

Nos. 7928--7932.1 

36

11

Nos. 7932.2--7977 

36

12

Nos. 7978--7988 

36

13

Nos. 7988.5--7995.5 

36

14

Nos. 7995.6--8023.5 

36

15

Nos. 8024--8052 

36

16

No. 8052.3 

37

1

Nos. 8053--8066 

37

2

No. 8067 

37

3

No. 8068 

37

4

Nos. 8069--8088 

37

5

Nos. 8089--8109.5 

37

6

Nos. 8109.5--8139.1 

37

7

Nos. 8139.5--8151 

37

8

Nos. 8152--8154.1 

37

9

No. 8154.5, part 1 

37

10

No. 8154.5, part 2 

37

11

No. 8156 

37

12

No. 8180 

37

13

Nos. 8181--8198 

37

14

Nos. 8200--8206 

37

15

Nos. 8207--8217 

37

16

Nos. 8218--8236.7 

37

17

No. 8237 

37

18

Nos. 8238--8295 

38

1

Nos. 8296--8367 

38

2

Nos. 8368--8429 

38

3

Nos. 8430--8459 

38

4

Nos. 8460--8467 

38

5

Nos. 8468--8473 

38

6

No. 8474 

38

7

Nos. 8475--8492.5 

38

8

No. 8492 

38

9

Nos. 8493--8506 

38

10

Nos. 8508--8575 

38

11

Nos. 8576--8614.5 

38

12

Nos. 8615--8631 

38

13

Nos. 8632--8669 

38

14

No. 8670 

38

15

Nos. 8671--8678 

38

16

Nos. 8679--8688 

38

17

No. 8689 

38

18

Nos. 8690--8747 

39

1

Nos. 8751.5--8828 

39

2

Nos. 8829--8869 

39

3

Nos. 8870--8918 

39

4

Nos. 8919--8984 

39

5

Nos. 8985--9083 

39

6

Nos. 9084--9143 

39

7

Nos. 9144--9193 

39

8

Nos. 9194--9298 

39

9

Nos. 9304--9338 

39

10

No. 9339 

39

11

Nos. 9340--9341 

39

12

No. 9342 

39

13

Nos. 9343--9350 

39

14

No. 9351 

39

15

Nos. 9352--9407 

39

16

Nos. 9408--9432 

39

17

Nos. 9432--9455 

39

18

Nos. 9456--9599 

40

1

Nos. 9600--9705 

40

2

Nos. 9706--9836 

40

3

Nos. 9837--9922 

40

4

Nos. 9923--10,010 

40

5

Nos. 10,011--10,043 

40

6

Nos. 10,046.1-10,138.2 

40

6

Nos. 10,139--10,172 

40

7

Nos. 10,176.1--10,261 

40

8

Nos. 10,261.1--10,307 

40

9

Nos. 10,308--10,381.1 

40

10

Nos. 10,381.2--10,507 

40

11

Nos. 10,508--10,596 

40

12

Nos. 10,608--10,684 

40

13

Nos. 10,693--10,700 

40

14

Nos. 10,701--10,813 

41

1

Nos. 10,814--10,902 

41

2

Nos. 10,903--10,980 

41

3

Nos. 10,981--11,082 

41

4

Nos. 11,092--11,166 

41

5

Nos. 11,167--11,263 

41

6

Nos. 11,264--11,299 

41

7

Nos. 11,300--11,408 

41

8

Nos. 11,409--11,526 

41

9

Nos. 11,527--11,599 

41

10

Nos. 11,600--11,720 

41

11

No. 11,721-11,898 

41

12

Nos. 11,900--11,932 

41

13

Nos. 11,933--11,949 

41

14

No. 11,950 

41

15

Nos. 11,951--11,956 

41

16

No. 11,957 

42

1

Nos. 11,958--11,959.1 

42

2

No. 11,960, part 1 

42

3

No. 11,960, part 2 

42

4

No. 11,960, part 3 

42

5

No. 11,960, part 4 

42

6

No. 11,960, part 5 

42

7

Nos. 11,961--11,988 

42

8

Nos. 11,989--12,095 

42

9

Nos. 12,096.1--12,132 

42

10

Nos. 12,133--12,166.5 

42

11

Nos. 12,167--12,276 

42

12

Nos. 12,279--12,376 

42

13

Nos. 12,377--12,465 

42

14

Nos. 12,466--12,520 

42

15

Nos. 12,542--12,594 

42

16

Nos. 12,600--12,705 

42

17

Nos. 12,706--12,769 

42

18

Nos. 12,770--12,789 

43

1

Nos. 12,789.5--12,814 

43

2

Nos. 12,815--12,835 

43

3

No. 12,836 

43

4

Nos. 12,837--12,856 

43

5

Nos. 12,857--12,887 

43

6

No. 12,887.1 

43

7

Nos. 12,888--13,030 

43

8

Nos. 13,034--13,084 

43

9

Nos. 13,085--13,126 

43

10

No. 13,127 

43

11

Nos. 13,129--13,173 

43

12

Nos. 13,174--13,233 

43

13

Nos. 13,234--13,337 

43

14

Nos. 13,339--13,413 

43

15

Nos. 13,417--13,479 

43

16

Nos. 13,480--13,524 

43

17

Nos. 13,525--13,579 

43

18

No. 13,580 

44

1

Nos. 13,381--13,604 

44

2

Nos. 13,605--13,654 

44

3

Nos. 13,655--13,698 

44

4

Nos. 13,700.1--13,785 

44

5

Nos. 13,786--13,844 

44

6

Nos. 13,849--13,963 

44

7

Nos. 13,964--13,965 

44

8

No. 13,968 

44

9

Nos. 13,969--14,043 

44

10

Nos. 14,044--14,157 

44

11

Nos. 14,159--14,262.7 

44

12

Nos. 14,265--14,352 

44

13

Nos. 14,353--14,399 

44

14

Nos. 14,401--14,424 

44

15

Nos. 14,425--14,452 

44

16

No. 14,451, part 1 

45

1

Nos. 14,451, part 2--14,458 

45

2

Nos. 14,460--14,512 

45

3

Nos. 14,513--14,564 

45

4

Nos. 14,565.5--14,597 

45

5

Nos. 14,600--14,658 

45

6

Nos. 14,659--14,708.5 

45

7

Nos. 14,708.6--14,777.1 

45

8

Nos. 14,778--14,834 

45

9

Nos. 14,835--14,887 

45

10

Nos. 14,888--14,943 

45

11

Nos. 14,944--15,035 

45

12

Nos. 15,036--15,067 

45

13

Nos. 15,068--15,087 

45

14

No. 15,088 

45

15

Nos. 15,089--15,091 

45

16

No. 15,092 

46

1

Nos. 15,093--15,129 

46

2

Nos. 15,130--15,183 

46

3

Nos. 15,184--15,199 

46

4

Nos. 15,200--15,203 

46

5

No. 15,204 

46

6

Nos. 15,205--15,273.5 

46

7

No. 15,274.5 

46

8

Nos. 15,275--15,304 

46

9

No. 15,304.5 

46

10

Nos. 15,305--15,340.2 

46

11

Nos. 15,340.3--15,399 

46

12

Nos. 15,400--15,434 

46

13

Nos. 15,433--15,523 

46

14

Nos. 15,524--15,653 

46

15

Nos. 15,654--15,742 

46

16

Nos. 15,743--15,791.5 

47

1

Nos. 15,792--15,823 

47

2

Nos. 15,824--15,831 

47

3

Nos. 15,832--15,834 

47

4

Nos. 15,835--15,840 

47

5

Nos. 15,841--15,874 

47

6

Nos. 15,875--15,899.1 

47

7

Nos. 15,900--15,927 

47

8

Nos. 15,927.5--15,938 

47

9

Nos. 15,938.2--15,974.1 

47

10

Nos. 15,977.4--16,039 

47

11

Nos. 16,040--16,088 

47

12

Nos. 16,089--16,104 

47

13

Nos. 16,105--16,114 

47

14

Nos. 16,115--16,136 

47

15

Nos. 16,137--16,161 

48

1

Nos. 16,162--16,182 

48

2

No. 16,186, part 1 

48

3

No. 16,186, part 2 

48

4

Nos. 16,187--16,199 

48

5

Nos. 16,200--16,252 

48

6

Nos. 16,258--16,295 

48

7

Nos. 16,300--16,325.5 

48

8

Nos. 16,326--16,365 

48

9

Nos. 16,370--16,465 

48

10

Nos. 16,466--16,699 

48

11

Nos. 16,700--16,720 

48

12

Nos. 16,721--16,745 

48

13

Nos. 16,746--16,761 

48

14

No. 16,762 

48

15

Nos. 16,763--16,779.1 

48

16

Nos. 16,783--16,854 

48

17

Nos. 16,855--16,956 

49

1

Nos. 16,957--17,134 

49

2

Nos. 17,134.5, copy 1 

49

3

Nos. 17,135.5, copy 2 

49

4

Nos. 17,139--17,274 

49

5

Nos. 17,275--17,444 

49

6

Nos. 17,447--17,578 

49

7

Nos. 17,579--17,798 

49

8

Nos. 17,802--17,970 

49

9

Nos. 18,005--18,399 

49

10

Nos. 18,400--18,599 

49

11

Nos. 18,600--18,772 

49

12

Nos. 18,781--18,875 

49

13

Nos. 18,876--19,081 

49

14

Nos. 19,081.3--19,235 

49

15

Nos. 19,236--19,243 

49

16

Nos. 19,245--19,269 

50

1

Nos. 19,270--19,322 

50

2

Nos. 19,323--19,327.1 

50

3

No. 19,327.5 

50

4

Nos. 19,327.5--19,432 

50

5

Nos. 19,433--19,549 

50

6

Nos. 19,550--19,634 

50

7

Nos. 19,635--19,717 

50

8

Nos. 19,718--19,770 

50

9

Nos. 19,771--19,869 

50

10

Nos. 19,870--19,915 

50

11

Nos. 19,916--19,962 

50

12

Nos. 19,963--20,070 

50

13

Nos. 20,071--20,160 

50

14

Nos. 20,161--20,199 

50

15

Nos. 20,200--20,291 

51

1

Nos. 20,292--20,370 

51

2

Nos. 20,371--20,456 

51

3

Nos. 20,457--20,495 

51

4

Nos. 20,496--20,508 

51

5

No. 20,509 

51

6

Nos. 20,510--20,523 

51

7

No. 20,524, part 1 

51

8

No. 20,524, part 2 

51

9

Nos. 20,525--20,599 

51

10

Nos. 20,600--20,675 

51

11

Nos. 20,676--20,734 

51

12

Nos. 20,735--20,848 

51

13

Nos. 20,849--20,899 

51

14

Nos. 20,900--20,924 

51

15

Nos. 20,924--20,927 

51

16

No. 20,928 

51

17

Nos. 20,929--20,940 

52

1

Nos. 20,941--20,999 

52

2

Nos. 21,000--21,048 

52

3

Nos. 21,049--21,076.5 

52

4

Nos. 21,077--21,090 

52

5

Nos. 21,091--21,126 

52

6

No. 21,127 

52

7

No. 21,130 

52

8

Nos. 21,131--21,144 

52

9

No. 21,145, part 1 

52

10

No. 21,145, part 2 

52

11

Nos. 21,146--21,160 

52

12

Nos. 21,161--21,220 

52

13

Nos. 21,221--21,268 

52

14

Nos. 21,269--21,282 

52

15

Nos. 21,283--21,284 

52

16

No. 21,285 

52

17

Nos. 21,286--21,299 

53

1

Nos. 21,300--21,315 

53

2

No. 21,316 

53

3

Nos. 21,317--21,325 

53

4

Nos. 21,325--21,380 

53

5

No. 21,381 

53

6

Nos. 21,382--21,415 

53

7

No. 21,416 

53

8

Nos. 21,417--21,469 

53

9

No. 21,470 

53

10

Nos. 21,471--21,524 

53

11

Nos. 21,526--21,538 

53

12

No. 21,539, part 1 

53

13

No. 21,539, part 2 

53

14

Nos. 21,540--21,557 

53

15

No. 21,558 

53

16

Nos. 21,559--21,578.1 

53

17

No. 21,579 

53

18

Nos. 21,580--21,607 

53

19

No. 21,608 

54

1

Nos. 21,609--21,611 

54

2

No. 21,612, part 1 

54

3

No. 21,612, part 2 

54

4

No. 21,612, part 3 

54

5

Nos. 21,613--21,614 

54

6

No. 21,615 

54

7

Nos. 21,614.005--21,624.1 

54

8

Nos. 21,625--21,661 

54

9

No. 21,662, part 1 

54

10

No. 21,662, part 2 

54

11

No. 21,662, part 3 

54

12

No. 21,662, part 4 

54

13

No. 21,662, part 5 

54

14

No. 21,662, part 6 

54

15

Nos. 21,662.5 

54

15

Nos. 21,663--21,716 

54

16

Nos. 21,717--21,755.4 

54

17

No. 21,755.5 

54

18

Nos. 21,755.6--21,770.5 

55

1

Nos. 21,770.6--21,785.03 

55

2

Nos. 21,786--21,830 

55

3

Nos. 21,831--21,879 

55

4

Nos. 21,880--21,948 

55

5

Nos. 21,949--21,991 

55

6

Nos. 21,992--22,136 

55

7

Nos. 22,137--22,187 

55

8

Nos. 22,188--22,023 

55

9

Nos. 22,024--22,073 

55

10

Nos. 22,074--22,230 

55

11

Nos. 22,231--22,269 

55

12

Nos. 22,270--22,299 

55

13

Nos. 22,300--22,342 

55

14

Nos. 22,343--22,377 

55

15

Nos. 22,378--22,446 

56

1

Nos. 22,447--22,474 

56

2

Nos. 22,475--22,539 

56

2

Nos. 22,540--22,565 

56

3

Nos. 22,565.1--22,566.51 

56

4

Nos. 22,566.60--22,598 

56

5

Nos. 22,600--22,775 

56

6

Nos. 22,776--22,822 

56

7

Nos. 22,823--22,942 

56

8

Nos. 22,943--23,176 

56

9

Nos. 23,177--23,255 

56

10

Nos. 23,256--23,348 

56

11

Nos. 23,349--23,432.4 

56

12

Nos. 23,433--23,614 

56

13

No. 23,615 

56

14

Nos. 23,616--23,699 

56

15

Nos. 23,700--23,714 

57

1

No. 23,715 

57

2

Nos. 23,716--23,736 

57

3

Nos. 23,737--24,012 

57

4

Nos. 24,016--24,056 

57

5

Nos. 24,068--24,168 

57

6

Nos. 24,387--24,386 

57

7

Nos. 24,387--24,475 

57

8

Nos. 24,476--24,561 

57

9

Nos. 24,562--24,638 

57

10

Nos. 24,639--24,667 

57

11

No. 24,667.5 

57

12

Nos. 24,668--24,751 

57

13

Nos. 24,752--24,799 

57

14

Nos. 24,800--24,879 

57

15

Nos. 24,880--24,932 

57

16

Nos. 24,934--24,999 

58

1

Nos. 25,001--25,049 

58

2

Nos. 25,051--25,112 

58

3

No. 25,116 

58

4

No. 25,117 

58

5

No. 25,118 

58

6

No. 25,119 

58

7

No. 25,120 

58

8

Nos. 25,121--24,128 

58

9

No. 25,130 

58

10

No. 25,131 

58

11

Nos. 25,135--25,289 

58

12

Nos. 25,290--25,321 

58

13

Nos. 25,322--25,330 

58

14

Nos. 25,331--25,350 

58

15

Nos. 25,349--25,352 

58

15

No. 25,353, part 1 

58

16

No. 25,353, part 2 

59

1

No. 25,354, part 1 

59

2

No. 25,354, part 2 

59

3

Nos. 25,355--25,529.24 

59

4

Nos. 25,529.25--25,667.3 

59

5

Nos. 25,668--25,679 

59

6

No. 25,681 

59

7

No. 25,682, part 1 

59

8

No. 25,682, part 2 

59

9

No. 25,685-25,686 

59

10

Defendants' Trial Exhibits 

No. 1 

59

11

No. 2 

59

12

No. 2.01-1 

87

5

No. 2.01-2 

87

6

No. 2.01-3 

87

7

No. 2.01-4 

87

8

Nos. 2.02--3 

59

13

Nos. 2.02--2.03-1 

87

9

No. 2.03-2, A--G 

87

10

No. 2.03-2, H--I 

87

11

No. 2.03-4, I--L 

88

1

No. 2.03-5 

88

2

No. 2.03-6 

88

3

No. 2.03-7 

88

4

No. 2.03-8 

88

5

No. 2.03-9 

88

6

No. 2.03-10 

88

7

No. 2.03-11 

88

8

No. 2.03-12 

88

9

No. 2.03-13 

88

10

No. 2.03-14 

88

11

No. 2.03-15 

89

1

No. 2.03-16 

89

2

No. 2.03-17 

89

3

No. 2.03-18 

89

4

No. 2.03-19 

89

5

No. 2.03-20 

89

6

No. 2.03-21 

89

7

No. 2.03-22 

90

1

No. 2.03-23 

90

2

No. 2.03-24 

90

3

No. 2.03-25 

90

4

No. 2.03-26 

90

5

No. 2.03-28 

90

6

No. 2.03-29 

91

1

No. 2.03-30 

91

2

No. 2.03-31 

91

3

No. 2.03-32 

91

4

No. 2.03-33 

91

5

No. 2.03-34 

91

6

No. 2.03-35 

91

7

No. 2.03-36 -- 2.03-53 

 OS 93

 

No. 2.1 

 OS 93

 

No. 2.2 

 OS 93

 

No. 4 

59

14

No. 5 

59

15

No. 6 

59

16

No. 7 

59

16

No. 8, part 1 

59

17

No. 8, part 2 

59

18

No. 9 

59

19

No. 10 

59

20

No. 12 

60

1

No. 13 

60

2

No. 14, part 1 

60

3

No. 14, part 2 

60

3

No. 14.1, part 1 

60

4

No. 14.1, part 2 

60

4

No. 15 

60

5

No. 15.1 

60

6

No. 16, part 1 

61

1

No. 16, part 2 

61

2

No. 17 

61

3

No. 18 

61

4

No. 19 

61

5

No. 20, part 1 

61

6

No. 20, part 2 

61

7

No. 20, part 3 

61

8

No. 21 

61

9

No. 22, part 1 

61

10

No. 22, part 2 

61

11

No. 23 

61

12

No. 24, part 1 

61

13

No. 24, part 2 

61

14

No. 25 

61

15

Nos. 27--30 

61

16

No. 31, part 1 

61

17

No. 31, part 2 

61

18

No. 32, part 1 

61

19

No. 32, part 2 

61

20

No. 33 

61

21

No. 34, part 1 

62

1

No. 34, part 2 

62

2

No. 35 

62

3

No. 36, part 1 

62

4

No. 36, part 2 

62

5

No. 37 

62

6

No. 37, folio 

 OS 93

 

No. 38 

62

7

No. 39, part 1 

62

8

No. 39, part 2 

62

9

No. 40, part 1 

62

10

No. 40, part 2 

62

11

No. 41 

62

12

No. 42, part 1 

62

13

No. 42, part 2 

62

14

No. 43 

62

15

No. 44 

62

16

No. 45, part 1 

62

17

No. 45, part 2 

62

18

No. 46 

63

1

No. 47 

63

2

Nos. 48--54 

63

3

Nos. 55--56 

63

4

Nos. 57--81 

63

5

Nos. 82--97 

63

6

Nos. 98--103 

63

7

Nos. 104--107 

63

8

Nos. 108--109 

63

9

Nos. 110--111 

63

10

Nos. 112--124 

63

11

Nos. 126--135 

63

12

Nos. 136--151 

63

13

No. 198 

63

14

No. 199 

63

15

Nos. 213--221 

63

16

No. 237 

63

17

No. 238 

63

18

Nos. 239--252, part 1 

63

19

Nos. 239--252, part 2 

64

1

Nos. 254--273.1 

64

2

Nos. 273--278 

64

3

Nos. 279--283 

64

4

No. 284, part 1 

64

5

No. 284, part 2 

64

6

Nos. 285--356 

64

7

Nos. 357--450 

64

8

Nos. 451--465 

64

8

Nos. 466, part 1 

64

9

Nos. 466, part 2 

64

10

Nos. 467--476 

64

11

No. 477 

64

12

No. 478-485 

64

12

Nos. 486--543 

64

13

No. 544, part 1 

64

14

No. 544, part 2 

64

15

Nos. 545--616 

64

16

Nos. 617--711 

64

17

Nos. 712--831 

65

1

No. 832 

65

2

Nos. 833--906 

65

3

Nos. 907--950 

65

4

Nos. 951--1013 

65

5

Nos. 1014--1051 

65

6

Nos. 1052--1099 

65

7

Nos. 1100--1187 

65

8

No. 1188 

65

9

No. 1189 

65

10

Nos. 1190--1273 

65

11

No. 1274, part 1 

65

12

No. 1274, part 2 

65

13

No. 1274, part 3 

66

1

Nos. 1272--1327 

66

2

No. 1328 

66

3

Nos. 1329--1350 

66

4

No. 1351 

66

5

Nos. 1352--1399 

66

6

Nos. 1400--1410 

66

7

No. 1409 

66

8

Nos. 1410--1415 

66

9

No. 1416 

66

9

Nos. 1417--1425 

66

10

Nos. 1425--1451 

66

11

No. 1452 

66

1

Nos. 1453--1474 

67

2

Nos. 1475--1499 

67

3

Nos. 1500--1518 

67

4

Nos. 1519--1554 

67

5

Nos. 1555--1569 

67

6

Nos. 1570--1592 

67

7

Nos. 1593--1621 

67

8

Nos. 1622--1649 

67

9

Nos. 1650--1676 

67

10

Nos. 1677--1714 

67

11

Nos. 1715--1738 

67

12

Nos. 1739--1761 

67

13

Nos. 1762--1799 

67

14

Nos. 1800--1830 

68

1

Nos. 1831--1864 

68

2

Nos. 1865--1900 

68

3

Nos. 1901--1917 

68

4

No. 1918 

68

5

Nos. 1919--1928 

68

6

Nos. 1929--1949 

68

7

Nos. 1950--1978 

68

8

Nos. 1979--1994 

68

9

Nos. 1995--2010 

68

10

No. 2011 

68

11

Nos. 2012--2024 

68

12

Nos. 2025--2046 

68

13

Nos. 2047--2070 

69

1

No. 2071 

69

2

Nos. 2072--2088 

69

3

Nos. 2089--2110 

69

4

Nos. 2111--2131 

69

5

Nos. 2132--2146 

69

6

Nos. 2147--2157 

69

7

No. 2152 

69

8

Nos. 2153--2179 

69

9

Nos. 2180--2190 

69

10

Nos. 2191--2205 

69

11

Nos. 2206--2240 

69

12

Nos. 2241--2251 

69

13

No. 2253, part 1 

69

14

No. 2253, part 2 

69

15

No. 2253, part 3 

70

1

Nos. 2253.05--2253.95 

70

2

Nos. 2254--2255 

70

3

No. 2255 

70

4

No. 2256 

70

5

No. 2257 

70

6

Nos. 2258--2280 

70

7

Nos. 2281--2293 

70

8

Nos. 2294--2305 

70

9

Nos. 2306--2338 

70

10

No. 2339 

70

11

Nos. 2340--2350 

70

12

Nos. 2351--2381 

70

13

Nos. 2382--2389 

70

14

No. 2390 

70

15

Nos. 2391--2399 

70

16

Nos. 2400--2402 

71

1

Nos. 2403--2409 

71

2

Nos. 2410--2423 

71

3

Nos. 2424--2434 

71

4

Nos. 2435--2437 

71

5

Nos. 2438--2444 

71

6

Nos. 2445--2450 

71

7

Nos. 2451--2459 

71

7

Nos. 2460--2466 

71

8

Nos. 2467--2476 

71

9

Nos. 2477--2484 

71

10

Nos. 2485--2491 

71

11

Nos. 2492--2499 

71

12

Nos. 2500--2504 

71

13

Nos. 2505--2508 

72

1

No. 2509 

72

2

No. 2510 

72

3

Nos. 2511--2514 

72

4

Nos. 2515--2518 

72

5

No. 2519 

72

6

Nos. 2520--2549 

72

7

No. 2550 

72

8

No. 2551 

72

9

Nos. 2552--2554 

72

10

Nos. 2555--2565 

72

11

Nos. 3359--3362 

72

12

Nos. 3363--3405 

72

13

Nos. 3406--3424 

72

14

No. 3425, part 1 

73

1

No. 3425, part 2 

73

2

Nos. 3426--3439 

73

3

No. 3440 

73

4

No. 3441 

73

5

Nos. 3442--3459 

73

6

No. 3460, part 1 

73

7

No. 3460, part 2 

73

8

No. 3460, part 3 

73

9

Nos. 3461--3466 

73

10

No. 3467 

73

11

No. 3467--3468 

73

12

No. 3469 

73

13

No. 3470 

73

14

Nos. 3471--3478 

73

15

No. 3479 

73

16

Nos. 3480--3488 

73

17

No. 3489 

74

1

No. 3490 

74

2

No. 3491 

74

3

No. 3492 

74

4

No. 3493 

74

5

Nos. 3494--3495 

74

6

Nos. 3496--3498 

74

7

Nos. 3499--3502 

74

8

Nos. 3503--3504 

74

9

No. 3505 

74

10

Nos. 3506--3509 

74

11

Nos. 3510--3529 

74

12

Nos. 3530--3574 

74

13

No. 3577, part 1 

74

14

No. 3577, part 2 

74

15

No. 3577, part 3 

74

16

Nos. 3578--3652 

74

17

Nos. 3653--3672 

74

18

Nos. 3673--3700 

75

1

Nos. 3701--3726 

75

2

No. 3727 

75

3

Nos. 3728--3799 

75

4

Nos. 3800--3842 

75

5

No. 3842 

75

6

No. 3844 

75

7

Nos. 3845--3929 

75

8

Nos. 3930--4000 

75

9

Nos. 4001--4087 

75

10

Nos. 4088--4175 

75

11

Nos. 4176--4193 

75

12

No. 4194 

75

13

Nos. 4195--4233 

75

14

No. 4234 

75

15

Nos. 4235--4283 

75

16

No. 4284 

75

17

Nos. 4285--4362 

75

18

Nos. 4363--4433 

76

1

No. 4434 

76

2

No. 4460 

76

3

Nos. 4461--4487 

76

4

No. 4488 

76

5

Nos. 4489--4524 

76

6

No. 4525 

76

7

Nos. 4526--4589 

76

8

Nos. 4590--4620 

76

9

Nos. 4621--4717 

76

10

Nos. 4718--4724 

76

11

No. 4725 

76

12

Nos. 4726--4733 

76

13

No. 4735, part 1 

76

14

No. 4735, part 2 

76

15

Nos. 4736--4777 

76

16

No. 4778 

76

17

Nos. 4779--4814 

76

18

No. 4815, part 1 

77

1

No. 4815, part 2 

77

2

Nos. 4816--4839 

77

3

Nos. 4840--4880 

77

4

Nos. 4881--4930 

77

5

Nos. 4931--4940 

77

6

No. 4941 

77

7

Nos. 4943--4944 

77

8

No. 4945, part 1 

77

9

No. 4945, part 2 

77

10

Nos. 4646--4961 

77

11

No. 4962 

77

12

Nos. 4963--4979 

77

13

No. 4980 

77

14

Nos. 4984--4995 

77

15

No. 4996 

77

16

Nos. 4997--5004 

77

17

No. 5005, part 1 

77

18

No. 5005, part 2 

78

1

Nos. 5006--5030 

78

2

Nos. 5031--5039 

78

3

No. 5040 

78

4

Nos. 5041--5077 

78

5

No. 5078, part 1 

78

6

No. 5078, part 2 

78

7

Nos. 5079--5100 

78

8

No. 5101 

78

9

Nos. 5102--5143 

78

10

No. 5144 

78

11

Nos. 5145--5147 

78

12

No. 5148, part 1 

78

13

No. 5148, part 2 

78

14

No. 5148. part 3 

79

1

No. 5148, part 4 

79

2

No. 5148, part 5 

79

3

Nos. 5149--5155 

79

4

No. 5156, part 1 

79

5

No. 5156, part 2 

79

6

Nos. 5157--5168 

79

7

Nos. 5169--5175 

79

8

Nos. 5176--5211 

79

9

No. 5212, part 1 

79

10

No. 5212, part 2 

79

11

Nos. 5213--5241 

79

12

Nos. 5242--5247 

79

13

No. 5248 

79

14

Nos. 5249--5256 

79

15

Nos. 5257--5274 

79

16

No. 5275 

79

17

Nos. 5276--5291 

79

18

No. 5292 

79

19

Nos. 5293--5302 

80

1

Nos. 5303--5308 

80

2

No. 5309 

80

3

Nos. 5310--5328 

80

4

Nos. 5329--5353 

80

5

Nos. 5353--5368 

80

6

Nos. 5369--5408 

80

7

Nos. 5409--5450 

80

8

Nos. 5451--5457 

80

9

No. 5458, part 1 

80

10

No. 5458, part 2 

80

11

No. 5459 

80

12

Nos. 5460--5465 

80

13

Nos. 5466--5474 

80

14

Nos. 5475--5506 

80

15

Nos. 5507--5527 

80

16

No. 5528 

80

17

Nos. 5529--5540 

80

18

Nos. 5541--5562 

81

1

No. 5563 

81

2

Nos. 5564--5591 

81

3

Nos. 5592--5611 

81

4

Nos. 5612--5622 

81

5

Nos. 5623--5660 

81

6

No. 5661 

81

7

Nos. 5663--5669 

81

8

Nos. 5670--5674 

81

9

No. 5675 

81

10

No. 5676 

81

11

Nos. 5677--5678 

81

12

Nos. 5679--5718 

81

13

Nos. 5719--5735 

81

14

Nos. 5736--5739 

81

15

Nos. 5740--5745 

81

16

No. 5746 

81

17

No. 5747 

82

1

Nos. 5748--5790 

82

2

Nos. 5791--5821 

82

3

Nos. 5822--5848 

82

4

Nos. 5849--5899 

82

5

Nos. 5900--5925 

82

6

Nos. 5926--5941 

82

7

Nos. 5942--5950 

82

8

No. 5951 

82

9

No. 5955 

82

10

Nos. 5956--5962 

82

11

Nos. 5963--5968 

82

12

No. 5969 

82

13

Nos. 5970--5984 

82

14

No. 5985, Vol. 1, part 1 

82

15

No. 5985, Vol. 1, part 2 

82

16

No. 5985, Vol. 2, part 1 

82

17

No. 5985, Vol. 2, part 2 

83

1

Nos. 5986--6015 

83

2

Nos. 6016--6046 

83

3

No. 6047 

83

4

Nos. 6048--6120 

83

5

Nos. 6121--6200 

83

6

Nos. 6201--6250 

83

7

Nos. 6251--6338 

83

8

Nos. 6339--6375 

83

9

Nos. 6376--6410 

83

10

Nos. 6411--6422 

83

11

Nos. 6443--6481 

83

12

Nos. 6482--6510 

83

13

Nos. 6511--6540 

83

14

Nos. 6541--6590 

83

15

Nos. 6591--6624 

83

16

Nos. 6625--6650 

84

1

Nos. 6651--6687 

84

2

Nos. 6688--6735.2 

84

3

No. 6736, part 1 

84

4

No. 6736, part 2 

84

5

No. 6736, part 3 

84

6

Nos. 6737--6759 

84

7

No. 6760 

84

8

Nos. 6761--6762 

84

9

Nos. 6763--6785 

84

10

Nos. 6786--6794 

84

11

Nos. 6795--6798 

84

12

No. 6799 

84

13

Nos. 6800--6801 

84

14

Nos. 6802.1--6807.13 

84

15

Nos. 6807.14--6807.15, part 1 

84

16

No. 6807.15, part 2 

84

17

Nos. 6807.16--6807.17 

85

1

Nos. 6807.18--6807.29 

85

2

No. 6807.30 

85

3

Nos. 6807.31--6807.36 

85

4

Nos. 6807.37--6807.38 

85

5

No. 6807.39, part 1 

85

6

No. 6807.39, part 2 

85

7

Nos. 6807.40--6807.50 

85

8

No. 6807.51 

85

9

Nos. 6807.52--6807.58 

85

10

No. 6807.59 

85

11

Nos. 6807.60--6807.71 

85

12

Nos. 6807.72--6807.76 

85

13

Nos. 6807.77--6808 

85

14

Nos. 6809--6821 

85

15

No. 6822 

85

16

No. 6823, Vol. 1, part 1 

85

17

No. 6823, Vol. 1, part 2 

86

1

No. 6823, Vol. 2, part 1 

86

2

No. 6823, Vol. 2, part 2 

86

3

Nos. 6824--6830 

86

4

No. 6831, part 1 

86

5

No. 6831, part 2 

86

6

No. 6831, part 3 

86

7

No. 6831, part 4 

86

8

No. 6831, part 5 

86

9

No. 6832, part 1 

86

10

No. 6832, part 2 

86

11

No. 6832, part 3 

86

12

No. 6832, part 4 

86

13

Nos. 6833--6849 

86

14

Nos. 6849.1--6866 

86

15

Nos. 6867--6956 

86

16

Nos. 6857--6962 

87

1

No. 6963, part 1 

87

2

No. 6963, part 2 

87

3

Nos. 6964--6973 

87

4

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III-A, part 2 

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2

III-A, part 3 

94

3

III-A, part 4 

94

4

III-A, part 5 

94

5

III-A, part 6 

94

6

III-B-1, part 1 

94

7

III-B-1, part 2 

94

8

III-C-1 

94

9

III-ZA, part 1 

94

10

III-ZA, part 2 

94

11

III-ZC, part 1 

94

12

III-ZC, part 2 

94

13

III-ZC, part 3 

94

14

III-ZC, part 4 

95

1

IV-F, part 1 

95

2

IV-F, part 2 

95

3

IV-G, part 1 

95

4

IV-G, part 2 

95

5

IV-G, part 3 

95

6

IV-H 

95

7

IV-N 

95

8

IV-O 

95

9

IV-O-1 

95

10

IV-O-2, part 1 

95

11

IV-O-2, part 2 

95

12

IV-O-3 

95

13

IV-O-4 

95

14

IV-Q 

95

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