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Hello all,

Here is a UFO document index provided by none other than good ol’ Uncle
The pilot internet ftp access program was started a few months ago. The ftp
site is called seq1.loc.gov via anonymous ftp. There are plenty of other
interesting stuff on this thing as well. Plus there is a form you can fill
out to request SPECIFIC information to be put on the server. I say we on
a.a.v. should take full advantage of this. This could be a great oppotunity
to get some decent information readily. Let them know we are interested.
Here it is…enjoy.

LC Science Tracer Bullet Series




Science Reference Section
Science and Technology Division
Library of Congress
10 First Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20540-5581

TB 91-1 September 1991


SCOPE: This guide lists information sources dealing with
unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Not intended to be a
comprehensive bibliography, this guide is designed–as the
name of the series implies–to put the reader “on target.”

SUBJECT HEADINGS used by the Library of Congress, under which
publications on this subject can be located in most card, book, and
online catalogs, include the following:

NOTE: Older entries may be under FLYING SAUCERS


* Available in reference collection, Science Reading Room

Andrews, George C. Extra-terrestrials among us. St. Paul,
Minn., Llewellyn Publications, 1986. 300 p.
Bibliography: p. 299-300. TL789.A58 1986

Berlitz, Charles, and William L. Moore. The Roswell incident.
New York, Grosset & Dunlap, c1980. 168 p. TL789.3.B47
Bibliography: p. 157-158.

Blum, Howard. Out there: the government’s secret quest for
extraterrestrials. New York, Simon and Schuster, c1990.
300 p. QB54.B64 1990
Bibliography: p. 295-298.

Butler, Brenda, Jenny Randles, and Dot Street. Sky crash: a
cosmic conspiracy. Suffolk, Eng., N. Spearman, 1984. 283
p. TL789.3.B88 1984
Bibliography: p. 277-283.

Conroy, Ed. Report on Communion: an independent investigation
of and commentary on Whitley Strieber’s Communion. New
York, Morrow, c1989. 427 p. TL789.3.C66 1989
Bibliography: p. 403-411.

Devereux, Paul, and others. Earth lights revelation: UFOs and
mystery lightform phenomena: the earth’s secret energy
force. London, Blandford; New York, Distributed in the
United States by Sterling Pub. Co., 1989. 239 p.
Bibliography: p. 227-234. TL789.D473 1989

Evans, Hilary. The evidence for UFOs. Wellingborough,
Northamptonshire, Eng., Aquarian Press, 1983. 160 p.
Bibliography: p. 151-158. TL789.E83 1983

Fawcett, Lawrence, and Barry J. Greenwood. Clear intent: the
government coverup of the UFO experience. Englewood
Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, c1984. 259 p.
Bibliography: p. 255-259. TL789.F34 1984

Fiore, Edith. Encounters: a psychologist reveals case studies
of abductions by extraterrestrials. New York, Doubleday,
c1989. 342 p. TL789.3.F56 1989
Bibliography: p. 341-342.

Fowler, Raymond E. The watchers: the secret design behind UFO
abduction. New York, Bantam Books, c1990. 386 p.
TL789.3.F683 1990
Includes bibliographical references.

Good, Timothy. Above top secret: the worldwide UFO cover-up.
London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1987 (1988 printing). 590
p. TL789.G64 1987
Bibliography: p. 549-578.

Haines, Richard F. Melbourne episode: case study of a missing
pilot. Los Altos, Calif., L.D.A. Press, c1987. 275 p.
Includes bibliographies. TL789.3.H32 1987

Hall, Richard. Uninvited guests: a documented history of UFO
sightings, alien encounters & coverups. Santa Fe, N.M.,
Aurora Press, 1988. 381 p. TL789.3.H33 1988
Includes bibliographies.

Hind, Cynthia. UFOs: African encounters. Salisbury,
Zimbabwe, Gemini, 1982. 236 p. TL789.3.H56 1982
Bibliography: p. 221-222.

Hopkins, Budd. Intruders: the incredible visitations at
Copley Woods. New York, Random House, c1987. 223 p.
Bibliography: p. 214-223. TL789.3.H64 1987

The House of Lords UFO debate. Full transcript with preface
by Lord Clancarty (Brinsley le Poer Trench) and notes by
John Michell. London, Open Head Press, 1979. 115 p.
TL789.H68 1979

Howe, Linda M. An alien harvest: further evidence linking
animal mutilations and human abductions to alien life
forms. Foreword by Jacques Vallee. Littleton, Colo., L.
M. Howe Productions, 1989. 455 p. TL789.H69 1989
Bibliography: p. 437-440.

Hynek, J. Allen. The UFO experience: a scientific inquiry.
Chicago, H. Regnery Co., 1972. 276 p. TL789.H9*
Includes bibliographical references.

Hynek, J. Allen, Philip J. Imbrogno, and Bob Pratt. Night
siege: the Hudson Valley UFO sightings. New York,
Ballantine Books, 1987. 208 p. TL789.3.H96 1987

Jacobs, David M. The UFO controversy in America.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1975. 362 p.
Bibliography: p. 345-356. TL789.J26 1975

Kinder, Gary. Light years: an investigation into the
extraterrestrial experiences of Eduard Meier. New York,
Atlantic Monthly Press, c1987. 265 p. TL789.3.K46 1987

Klass, Philip J. UFO abductions: a dangerous game. Updated
ed. Buffalo, N.Y., Prometheus Books, c1989. 222 p.
TL789.3.K54 1989

—– UFOs explained. New York, Random House, 1975, c1974.
369 p. TL789.K56 1975*

—– UFOs: the public deceived. Buffalo, N.Y., Prometheus
Books, 1983. 310 p. TL789.K575 1983*
Includes bibliographical references.

Knight, David C. UFOs, a pictorial history from antiquity to
the present. New York, McGraw-Hill, c1979. 192 p.
Bibliography: p. 187. TL789.K618

Leslie, Desmond, and George Adamski. Flying saucers have
landed. Revised and enlarged ed., with a special
commentary on George Adamski by Desmond Leslie. London,
Spearman, 1970. 281 p. TL789.L46 1970
Bibliography: p. 279-281.

Montgomery, Ruth S. Aliens among us. New York, Putnam’s,
c1985. 240 p. TL789.3.M665 1985

Randle, Kevin D. The October scenario: UFO abductions,
theories about them, and a prediction of when they will
return. Iowa City, Iowa, Middle Coast Pub., c1988. 170
p. TL789.3.R34 1988

Randles, Jenny. The Pennine UFO mystery. London, New York,
Granada, 1983. 240 p. TL789.3.R35 1983
Includes bibliographies.

—– The UFO conspiracy: the first forty years. Poole,
Dorset, New York,Blandford Press; New York, Distributed in
the U.S. by Sterling Pub. Co., 1987. 224 p.
Bibliography: p. 208-212. TL789.R327 1987

—– UFO reality: a critical look at the physical evidence.
London, R. Hale, 1983. 248 p. TL789.R33 1983
Bibliography: p. 239-240.

Randles, Jenny, and Peter Warrington. Science and the UFOs.
Oxford, Eng., New York, B. Blackwell, 1985. 215 p.
Bibliography: p. 199-208. TL789.R325 1985*

Rimmer, John. The evidence for alien abductions.
Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, Eng., Aquarian Press; New
York, Distributed by Sterling Pub., 1984. 160 p.
Bibliography: p. 155-157. TL789.3.R56 1984

Saunders, David R., and R. Roger Harkins. UFOs? Yes! Where
the Condon committee went wrong. New York, World Pub. Co.,
1969, c1968. 256 p. TL789.S25
Bibliography: p. 253-256.

Schwarz, Berthold E. UFO-dynamics: psychiatric and psychic
aspects of the UFO syndrome. 3rd up-dated & rev. ed.
Moore Haven, Fla., Rainbow Books, 1988, c1983. 560 p.
TL789.3.S38 1988

Steiger, Brad. The fellowship: spiritual contact between
humans and outer space beings. New York, Doubleday, 1988.
179 p. TL789.S755 1988

Story, Ronald, and J. Richard Greenwell. Sightings: UFOs and
the limits of science. New York, Quill, 1982. 290 p.
TL789.S769 1982
Previously published as UFOs and the Limits of Science.
Includes bibliographical references and index.

Strieber, Whitley. Communion: a true story. New York, Beech
Tree Books, c1987. 299 p. TL789.3.S77 1987

—– Transformation: the breakthrough. New York, Beech Tree
Books, c1988. 256 p. TL789.3.S773 1988

The UFO phenomenon. By the editors of Time-Life Books.
Alexandria, Va., Time-Life Books, c1987. 160 p.
Bibliography: p. 153-155. TL789.U195 1987

UFOs, 1947-1987: the 40-year search for an explanation.
Compiled and edited by Hilary Evans with John Spencer for
the British UFO Research Association. London, Fortean
Tomes, 1987. 384 p. TL789.U367 1987

Vallee, Jacques. Confrontations: a scientist’s search for
alien contact. New York, Ballantine Books, 1990. 263
p. TL789.V3353 1990
Bibliography: p. 245-252.

—– Dimensions: a casebook of alien contact. Chicago,
Contemporary Books, c1988. 304 p. TL789.V3355 1988

Woodrew, Greta. Memories of tomorrow. New York, Doubleday,
1988. 223 p. TL789.3.W66 1988


Briazack, Norman J., and Simon Mennick. The UFO guidebook.
Secaucus, N.J., Citadel Press, c1978. 246 p. TL789.B717
Bibliography: p. 245-246.

Clark, Jerome. UFOs in the 1980s. Detroit, Apogee Books,
1990- (The UFO encyclopedia, v. 1- ) TL789.U13*
Three volumes are planned; v. 2 to be published Sept.

The Encyclopedia of UFOs. Edited by Ronald D. Story; J.
Richard Greenwell, consulting editor. Garden City, N.Y.,
Dolphin Books, 1980. 440 p. TL789.E52
Bibliography: p. 426-440.

Hendry, Allan. The UFO handbook: a guide to investigating,
evaluating, and reporting UFO sightings. Garden City,
N.Y., Doubleday, 1979. 297 p. TL789.H43
Bibliography: p. 295-297.

International who’s who in ufology directory. 1988- Edited
by Robert D. Boyd. Mobile, Ala., R. D. Boyd.

Sachs, Margaret. The UFO encyclopedia. New York, Putnam,
c1980. 408 p. TL789.S16*
Bibliography: p. 401-408.

Somerville, Robert Stevenson. UFO terms. 1979 ed. Warren,
Mich., UFO Schools, c1979. 197 p. TL789.S615 1979*
Bibliography: p. 161-167.


Beard, Robert B. Flying saucers, U.F.O.’s and
extraterrestrial life: a bibliography of British books,
1950-1970. Swindon, Eng., R. Beard, 1971. 5 p.

Brennan, Norman. Flying saucer books and pamphlets in
English: a bibliographical checklist. [Buffalo? 1971?] 94
p. Z5064.F5B74

Catoe, Lynn E. UFOs and related subjects: an annotated
bibliography. Prepared by the Library of Congress, Science
and Technology Division, for the Air Force Office of
Scientific Research, Office of Aerospace Research, USAF.
Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1969. 401 p.
“AFOSR 68-1656.”
Prepared under AFOSR project orders 67-0002 and 68-0003.

—– UFOs and related subjects: an annotated bibliography.
Prepared by the Library of Congress, Science and Technology
Division for the Air Force Office of Scientific Research,
Office of Aerospace Research, USAF; supplemented by
Unidentified flying objects, by Kay Rodgers. Detroit,
Gale Research Co., 1978. 392 p. Z5064.F5C373*

Eberhart, George M. A geo-bibliography of anomalies: primary
access to observations of UFOs, ghosts, and other
mysterious phenomena. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press,
c1980. 1114 p. Z5705.E23*

—– UFOs and the extraterrestrial contact movement: a
bibliography. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow Press, 1986. 2 v.
(1298 p.) Z5064.F5E27 1986*
Includes indexes.
Contents: v. 1. Unidentified flying objects.–v. 2. The
extraterrestrial contact movement.

Jain, Sushil K., and Christine Horswell. Twenty years of
flying saucers: a select list of interesting books and
periodical articles published during 1947-1966. Tenderden,
Eng., Sushil Jain Publications, 1967- Z5064.F5J3
Contents (incomplete): Pt. 2. Periodical articles.

Lind, Tom. The catalogue of UFO periodicals. Hobe Sound,
Fla., T. M. Lind, 1982. 281 p. Z5064.F5L56 1982

Page, Henrietta M. Flying saucers: a bibliography. Aiken,
S.C., Page, 1975. 18 p. Z5064.F5P3 1975

Prytz, John M. Exobiology & ufology. Prospect, S. Aust.,
Australian Centre for UFO Studies, 1982. 115 p.
(Australian Centre for UFO Studies. Bibliography series,
v. 1) Z5154.L5P79 1982
Includes indexes.

Rasmussen, Richard M. The UFO literature: a comprehensive
annotated bibliography of works in English. Jefferson,
N.C., McFarland, c1985. 263 p. Z5064.F5R3 1985*
Includes index.

Sable, Martin H. Exobiology: a research guide. Brighton,
Mich., Green Oak Press, 1978. 324 p. Z5154.L5S24*
Includes indexes.

—– UFO guide: 1947-1967: containing international lists of
books and magazine articles on UFO’s, flying saucers, and
about life on other planets; world-wide directories of
flying saucer organizations, professional groups and
research centers concerned with space research and
astronautics, a partial list of sightings, and an
international directory of flying saucer magazines.
Beverly Hills, Calif., Rainbow Press Co., 1967. 100 p.


Apro UFO Symposium, 5th, Pottstown, Pa., 1974. Proceedings of
the 5th APRO UFO Symposium, June 15, 1974, Pottstown,
Pennsylvania. Sponsored by Aerial Phenomena Research
Organization. Tucson, Ariz., Aerial Phenomena Research
Organization, 1974. 22 p. TL789.A1A67 1974

  Congress of Scientific UFOlogists, New York, 1967. New York’s
first flying saucer convention. Reported by Bessie J.
Gibbs and Opal Smith. Winchester, Va., B. J. Gibbs, 1967.
106 p. TL789.A1C6 1967

Eastern UFO Symposium, Baltimore, 1971. Proceedings. Edited
by Coral E. Lorenzen. Tucson, Ariz., Aerial Phenomena
Research Organization, 1971. 40 p. TL789.A1E37 1971

Friedman, Stanton T. UFOs–myth & mystery: 1971 Midwest UFO
Conference. Sponsored by Midwest UFO Network (MUFON),
featuring Stanton T. Friedman. n.p., 1971. 1 v.
(unpaged) TL789.A1F73
Includes a bibliography.

International UFO Congress, 1st, Chicago, 1977. Proceedings
of the first International UFO Congress. Compiled and
edited by Curtis G. Fuller and the editors of Fate
magazine, Mary Margaret Fuller, Jerome Clark, and Betty Lou
White. Warner books ed. New York, Warner Books, c1980.
440 p. TL789.A1I59 1977

International UPIAR Colloquium on Human Sciences and UFO
Phenomena, 1st, Salzburg, Austria, 1982. Proceedings:
International UPIAR Colloquium on Human Sciences and UFO
Phenomena, Salzburg, July 26-29, 1982. Torino, Cooperativa
studi e iniziative UPIAR, 1983. 173 p.
TL789.A1I595 1982
Includes two French papers.
Includes bibliographies.

MUFON UFO Symposium, 6th, Des Moines, Iowa, 1975. MUFON 1975
UFO symposium proceedings, Des Moines, Iowa, July 5/6,
1975. Seguin, Tex., Mutual UFO Network, c1975. 112 p.
TL789.A1M83 1975
“Symposium theme: UFOs: searching for a scientific
Includes bibliographies.

MUFON UFO Symposium, 7th, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1976. 1976 MUFON
symposium proceedings, June 12, 1976, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Sponsored by Mutual UFO Network. Edited by N. Joseph
Gurney, and Walter H. Andrus, Jr. Seguin, Tex., MUFON,
c1976. 84 p. TL789.A1M83 1976
“Symposium theme: New frontiers in UFO research.”
Includes bibliographical references.

MUFON UFO Symposium, 11th, Clear Lake City, Tex., 1980. UFO
technology, a detailed examination. 1980 MUFON UFO
symposium proceedings, Clear Lake City, Texas, June 6, 7,
8, 1980. Edited by Walter H. Andrus, Jr., and Dennis W.
Stacy. Seguin, Tex., Mutual UFO Network, c1980. 178 p.
TL789.A1M83 1980
Includes bibliographical references.

MUFON UFO Symposium, 18th, Washington, D.C., 1987. MUFON 1987
UFO symposium proceedings. Hosted by Fund for UFO
Research, American University, Washington, D.C., June 26,
27 & 28, 1987. Edited by Walter H. Andrus, Jr., and
Richard H. Hall. Seguin, Texas, MUFON, c1987. 222 p.
TL789.A1M83 1987
“Symposium theme: International symposium on unidenti-
fied aerial phenomenon [sic], 1947-1987.”

Thesis, synthesis, antithesis: a joint symposium sponsored by
the Los Angeles & Orange County Sections of the American
Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics and the Los Angeles
Chapter of the World Futures [sic] Society, Saturday,
September 27, 1975 … Los Angeles, California:
[proceedings]. Edited by A. D. Emerson. Los Angeles, The
Institute, c1975. 145 p. TL789.A1T48
Includes bibliographical references.

UFO’s–a scientific debate. Edited by Carl Sagan and Thornton
Page. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press, 1972. 310
p. TL789.A1U23
Papers presented at a symposium sponsored by the
American Association for the Advancement of Science, held
in Boston on Dec. 26-27, 1969.
Includes bibliographies.


Davidson, Leon. Flying saucers: an analysis of the Air Force
Project Blue Book special report no. 14, including The
C.I.A. and the Saucers. 5th ed. White Plains, N.Y., Blue-
Book Publishers, 1976. 194 p. TL789.D3 1976

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services.
Unidentified flying objects. Hearing, Eighty-ninth
Congress, second session, April 5, 1966. Washington, U.S.
Govt. Print. Off., 1966. 5991-6075 p. TL789.U54

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and
Astronautics. Aliens in the skies; the scientific rebuttal
to the Condon Committee report. Testimony by six leading
scientists before the House Committee on Science and
Astronautics, July 29, 1968. Edited and with an introd.
and commentary by John G. Fuller. New York, Putnam, 1969.
217 p. TL789.U56
Commonly known as the Fuller report.

—– Symposium on unidentified flying objects. Hearings,
Ninetieth Congress, second session, July 29, 1968.
Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1968. 247 p.
TL789.U57 and Pamphlet box*
Sold by National Technical Information Service,
Springfield, Va. 22161, as PB 179 541.
Includes bibliographies.

University of Colorado (Boulder campus). Final report of the
scientific study of unidentified flying objects, conducted
by the University of Colorado. Edward U. Condon,
scientific director. Edited by Daniel S. Gillmor.
Boulder, Colo., 1968. 3 v. (1465 p.) TL789.C658*
Includes bibliographies.
“This research was supported by the Air Force Office of
Scientific Research, Office of Aerospace Research, USAF,
under Contract F44620-67-C-0035.”
Sold by the National Technical Information Service,
Springfield, Va. 22161, as AD 680 975, AD 680 976, and AD
680 977.
All of the records from Project Blue Book have been
deposited in the Military Reference Branch, National
Archives and Records Service, Washington, D.C. 20408.

ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING SERVICES that index relevant periodical
articles and other literature are listed below.

Comprehensive Dissertation Index (1861/1972-)
Z5053.X47 1973 MRR
See: Unidentified Flying Objects

Dissertations Abstracts Ondisc (CD-ROM) MRR
See: Unidentified Flying Objects

Magazine Index (1980-) Available in several formats in LC
See: Unidentified Flying Objects

Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature (1900-) AI3.R45
See: UFOS (UFOs)
Project Blue Book

PERIODICALS that contain articles about unidentified flying objects
include the following:

FSR/Flying Saucer Review TL789.A1F574
P.O. Box 162
High Wycombe, Bucks HP13 5DZ

Fate BF1995.F2
84 S. Wabasha
St. Paul, MN 55107

IUR/International UFO Reporter [not yet cataloged]
2457 W. Peterson Avenue
Chicago, IL 60659

Journal of UFO Studies TL789.A1J67
2457 W. Peterson Avenue
Chicago, IL 60659

MUFON UFO Journal TL789.A1M8
103 Oldtowne Road
Seguin, TX 78155

Omni AP2.O452
1965 Broadway
New York, NY 10023-5965

Search Magazine TL789.A1S4
P.O. Box 296
Amherst, WI 54406

The Skeptical Inquirer BF1001.S47
Box 229
Buffalo, NY 14215

UFO TL789.A1C35
1800 S. Robertson Boulevard, Box 355
Los Angeles, CA 90035

UFO Contact TL789.A1U19
Ib Laulund
Vinkelvej 15

UFO Newsclipping Service [not in LC collections]
Route 1, Box 220
Plumerville, AR 72127


Andrus, Walt. Crop circles appear in the U.S.S.R. MUFON UFO
journal, no. 270, Oct. 1990: 13, 23. TL789.A1M8

Bird, Elizabeth. Invasion of the mind snatchers: UFO
abductions – why are the tales so consistent and the
abductees so convinced of their truth that even polygraphs
don’t trip them up? Psychology today, v. 23, Apr. 1989:
64-66. BF1.P855

Crain, T. Scott. Russians captivated by ufology. UFO, v. 5,
no. 1, 1990: 23-24. TL789.A1C35

Fawcett, George D. UFOs continue to visit nuclear energy
sites. Search magazine, fall 1989: 48-51. TL789.A1S4

Gonsalves, Tony. The UFO/B-2 connection: the secret
version of “stealth.” UFO, v. 5, no. 6, 1990: 22-26.

Hopkins, Budd. Abduction and deception. IUR/International
UFO reporter, v. 15, Sept./Oct. 1990: 15-17, 22. N&CPR

Jueneman, Frederic B. The UFO incident. Research & develop-
ment, v. 31, May 1989: 49. T175.I494

Ziegler, E. What’s behind our UFO mania? Reader’s digest, v.
131, Aug. 1987: 113-117. AP2.R255

SELECTED MATERIALS available in the Science Reading Room pamphlet
boxes include:

Balch, Robert W., and David Taylor. Salvation in a UFO.
Psychology today, v. 10, Oct. 1976: 58, 61-62, 66, 106.

Eberhart, George M. UFO literature for the serious ufologist.
RQ, v. 20, winter 1980: 144-148.

Garelik, Glenn. The great Hudson Valley UFO mystery.
Discover, v. 5, Nov. 1984: 18-20, 22-24.

Gordon, James S. The UFO experience. Atlantic monthly, v.
268, Aug. 1991: 82-86, 88-92.

Hynek, J. Allen. The UFO phenomenon: laugh, laugh, study,
study. Technology review, v. 83, July 1981: 51-58.

Oberg, James. The failure of the “science” of ufology. New
scientist, v. 84, Oct. 1979: 102-105.

Ogles, George W. What does the Air Force really know about
flying saucers? The Airman, v. 11, July 1967: 4-9; Aug.:

Ridpath, Ian. Debunking astronomical UFOs. Astronomy, v. 16,
Dec. 1988: 114-115.

Sheaffer, Robert. Psychic vibrations (column). Skeptical
inquirer, v. 15, winter 1991: 135-136.

Swords, Michael D. Science and the extraterrestrial
hypothesis in ufology. Journal of UFO studies, v. 1 (new
series), 1989: 67-102.

They’re b-a-c-k! The enigma of England’s recurring rural
rings has scientists running in circles. People, v. 34,
Aug. 13, 1990: 54-55.

The UFO’s in Uncle Sam’s closet. U.S. news & world report, v.
107, Oct. 23, 1989: 19.

Weintraub, Pamela. True confessions. Omni, v. 11, Feb. 1989:
18, 127.

Wingfield, George. The crop circles in 1990. FSR/Flying
saucer review, v. 35, no. 4, 1990: 12-16.


J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS)
2457 W. Peterson Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60659
Telephone: (312) 271-3611

Microform Reading Room
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C. 20540
Telephone: (202) 707-5471
Maintains custody of copies of dissertations, the
“Unidentified UFO Materials” collection of approximately 61
microfilm reels which include copies of many items listed in
Lynn E. Catoe’s bibliography (p. 6) as well as newspaper
clippings from the files of the National Investigations
Committee on Aerial Phenomena.

Military Reference Branch
National Archives and Records Service
Washington, D.C. 20408
Telephone: (202) 501-5385
All the records from Project Blue Book have been deposited
in this office.

Mutual UFO Network (MUFON)
103 Oldtowne Road
Seguin, Texas 78155
Telephone: (512) 379-9216

More exchange addresses and contacts are listed in the back of
the serial publication UFO CONTACT.


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