Communications Satellite Incorporators: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, First Session, on Nominations of the Incorporators of the Communications Satellite Corporation: Joseph V. Charyk [and Others] March 11, 1963

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963 - 92 lappuses
Committee Serial No. 6. Also considers nominations of Joseph V. Charyk, John T. Connor, George Feldman, Beardsley Graham, Sam Harris, Edgar F. Kaiser, David M. Kennedy, George L. Killion, A. Byrne Litschgi, Leonard Marks, Bruce G. Sundlun, Sidney J. Weinberg, Leo D. Welch, and Leonard Woodcock to be Incorporators of the Communications Satellite Corp.

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