Third International Conference on Private Aerial Law, Rome, May 15–29, 1933 1
1. At the First Conference held at Paris, October 27–November 6, 1925, an Assistant Military Attaché and an Assistant Naval Attaché from the American Embassy in Paris attended as unofficial observers. Also as an observer, John Jay Ide, European representative of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, followed the proceedings of the Second Conference held at Warsaw, October 4–12, 1929. ( Foreign Relations, 1929, vol. i, pp. 540–541, and footnotes.)
For proceedings of the Conference and related documents, see IIIeme Conférence Internationale de Droit Privé Aérien, Rome, Mai 1933 (Roma, Tipo-grafia del Ministro degli Affari Esteri, 1933, 2 vols.).
[Received August 17.]
 The Secretary of State to the Chairman of the American Delegation to the Third International Conference on Private Aerial Law (Cooper)
[Received 2:45 p.m.]
[Received May 27—9:50 a.m.]