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The centenary of the Institut de Droit International and the International Law Association furnishes a proper occasion for a look back at the spread of use in modern times of interstate and international multilateral agreements for the settlement of issues in conflict of laws and conflict of jurisdictions. No “History” has as yet been written. As a tribute to those who had the vision of possibilities and the perseverance to make them come true, this collection of relevant data is presented. Production of a “History”, it is hoped, will be facilitated. While the data collected suggest some obvious conclusions with respect to the use of multilateral conventions in the field, the full story is needed to evaluate accomplishments and assess further possibilities.