MS 1981Repository Information
- Subject files
- Circa 1951-1964
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open with permission.
Ownership & Copyright
Copyright is retained by Henry A. Kissinger for works he has authored and provided during his lifetime to the Yale University Library. After the lifetime of Dr. Kissinger, all intellectual property rights, including without limitation all copyrights, in and to the works authored by Dr. Kissinger pass to Yale University, with the exception of all intellectual property rights, including without limitation all copyrights, motion picture and/or audio rights in and to his books, interviews and any films that will be retained by Dr. Kissinger’s heirs and assigns. Copyright status for collection materials other than those authored by Dr. Kissinger is unknown.
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Subject files, Circa 1951-1964. Henry A. Kissinger Papers, Part II (MS 1981). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library. http://hdl.handle.net/10079/digcoll/565151
Existence and Location of Originals
Originals of documents marked with an [LC] in the upper right-hand corner are at the Library of Congress.