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I / Extinction.- Some Scattering Problems of Interstellar Grains (A Prologue).- Variations of Interstellar Ultra-Violet Absorption.- OAO-2 Observations of the Near Ultraviolet Extinction Feature.- The Ratio of Total to Selective Absorption in the Directions of Selected Planetary Nebulae.- The Ratio of Total to Selective Absorption from the Cluster Diameter Method.- The U, B, V, R, and I Extinctions in Four Areas of the Southern Coalsack.- Interstellar Dust: Observations in the Ultraviolet and Their Interpretations.- A Kramers-Kronig Analysis of Interstellar Extinction (Presented by M. J. Feldman).- II / Diffuse Features.- A Search for Diffuse Interstellar Features in Stars with Circumstellar Dust Shells (Presented by T. P. Snow, Jr.).- Diffuse Interstellar Features in the Spectra of Dust-Embedded Stars (Presented by K. Nandy).- Polarization Profile Near the 4430 Band (Presented by K. Nandy).- Broadband Structure in the Interstellar Extinction Curve (Presented by D. S. Hayes).- A Study of the Interstellar Diffuse Absorption Features.- III / Reflection Nebulae and Diffuse Galactic Light.- Surface Polarimetry of the Milky Way.- Dust Grains in Reflection Nebulae.- The Ultraviolet Surface Brightness of Reflection Nebulae and the Albedo of Interstellar Grains (Presented by C. F. Lillie).- Southern Reflection Nebulae (Presented by S. van den Bergh).- Depolarization Effect in Reflection Nebulae (Presented by V. Vyansek).- Elliptical Polarization by Light Scattering by Submicron Spheroids.- A Surface Polarization Survey of the Milky Way and the Zodiacal Light (Presented by Th. Schmidt).- IV / Interstellar Polarization.- Interstellar Polarization (Review).- Development of Photographic Techniques for Photometry and Polarimetry of Faint Stars in the R-IR Region.- Interstellar Circular Polarization and the Composition of Interstellar Dust.- Discovery of Interstellar Circular Polarization in the Direction of the Crab Nebula (Presented by P. G. Martin).- Interstellar Circular Polarization of Upper Scorpius Stars.- Alignments of Dust Grains by Magnetic Relaxation: A Comparison Between Results Obtained by Two Different Methods.- A Search for Infrared Polarization in the Galactic Center (Presented by H. Okuda).- Photon and Magnetic Alignment of Interstellar Dust Grains (Presented by L. W. King).- The Differential Polarization of Starlight as a Function of Distance (Presented by S. Lloyd).- Polarization of Light by Dust in Galaxies.- V / Distribution of Dust and Gas.- Dust Near the Nucleus of M31.- A Study of the Distribution of Interstellar Matter.- Dust and Neutral Hydrogen in the Region of IC 1396.- The Association of Dust and HI Gas (Presented by K. Rohlfs).- Galactic Dust Distribution in the Solar Neighborhood (Presented by J. H. Cahn).- Observations of Atomic Hydrogen in Dense Interstellar Dust Clouds.- The Correlation of Interstellar Reddening and L? Absorption (Presented by E. B. Jenkins).- Gas and Dust in Interstellar Clouds.- On the Genetic Relation Between Interstellar Clouds and Dust Clouds.- Interstellar Reddening at High Galactic Latitudes.- The 4830 MHz Formaldehyde Line Observations of Dark Clouds in IC 1795 (W3) (Presented by Y. K. Minn).- Molecular Distributions in Galactic Sources.- VI / Physical Processes, Theory and Experiment.- Cosmic X-Rays and Interstellar Dust.- Optical Measurements on Solids of Possible Interstellar Importance (Presented by D. R. Huffman).- Optical and Photoemission Properties of Graphite Grains (Presented by R. F. Willis).- The Thermal Accommodation Coefficient of Graphite.- Spectroscopic Simulation of Diffuse Interstellar Lines and a Laboratory Model for Interstellar Chemical Synthesis (Presented by F. M. Johnson).- A Laboratory Experiment on the Nucleation of Interstellar Dusts (Presented by F. Kamijo).- Optical and Chemical Studies on Simulated Interstellar Grain Materials (Presented by J. D. McCullough).- Photoelectric Emission from Interstellar Grains.- Destruction of Dirty Ice Mantles by Sputtering.- Ejection of Grains from Cool Stars.- VII / Molecules, Theory and Observations.- Some Implications of the Distribution of Interstellar Molecules (Review).- Abundances of Interstellar Molecules and Their Formation on Grain Surfaces (Presented by E. E. Saloeter).- Exploding Interstellar Grains and Complex Molecules (Presented by J. M. Greenberg).- The Surprising Constancy of Relative Chemical Abundances in Different Regions of Interstellar Space - Particularly for Formaldehyde (Presented by C. Heiles).- Cyanoacetylene: New Lines and Sources in the Galaxy (Presented by P. Palmer).- Chemical Evolution of Dense Clouds (Presented by E. W. Chapelle).- Formation Mechanism for Interstellar Molecules (Presented by R. Reeves).- The Distribution of Interstellar Molecules in Dust Clouds as Derived from Laboratory Experiments.- Stellar Atmospheres: The Sources of Interstellar Molecules.- Photodesorption from Interstellar Dust Grains.- VIII / Dust And H II Regions.- Interferometric Studies of OH Sources Associated with H II Regions and IR Objects.- Dust, Star, and Hydrogen Distributions in the Orion Association.- Dust in H II Regions.- Low Resolution Spectrum of the Orion Nebula in the 60-300? Range(Presented by F. C. Witteborn).- New Infrared Sources Associated with H II Regions (Presented by C. G. Wynn-Williams).- Physical Study of a Bright Rim in the Horsehead Nebula (Presented by R. Louise).- Dust in the Large Magellanic Cloud.- The Mixing of Neutral Gas and Dust with the Ionized Gas of H II Regions.- IX / Circumstellar Dust.- Circumstellar Infrared Emission. I: The Circumstellar Origin of Interstellar Dust (Review).- Radiative Transfer in Circumstellar Dust Clouds.- Dust Particles and Molecules in the Extended Atmospheres of Carbon Stars.- Infrared Observations of Stars in the Association Cyg OB2 (Presented by K. Voelcker).- X / Miscellaneous.- A Statistical Model for the Cloud Structure of the Interstellar Medium (Presented by L. G. Taff).- Interstellar Grains in Museums?.- Dust and Star Formation.- Rocket Measurements of the Galactic Background at 100?.- Concluding Remarks.- A Quick Review of Interstellar Grains.- Discussions.