Appointment as Supernumerary Crown CounselLetter dated 13 October 1945 from the Lieutenant-Governor's Office, appointing Prof. Anthony Mamo to be Supernumerary Crown Counsel at a salary of 450GBP per annum.
Appointment as Professor of Criminal LawLetter from the Lieutenant-Governor's Officedated 11 August 1947 appointing Dr Anthony Mamo to be Professor of Criminal Law at the Royal University of Malta at a salary of 135 GBP a year.
Appointment as Crown CounselLetter dated 22 July 1947 from the Lieutenant-Governor's Office, appointing Prof. Anthony Mamo Crown Counsel at a salary of 450GBP a year.
Appointment as Senior Crown CounselLetter dated 8 October 1948 from the Prime Minister Sir Paul Boffa, appointing Professor Anthony Mamo to be Senior Crown Counsel at a salary of 700 GBP a year.
Appointment to Deputy Attorney-GeneralLetter from the Prime Minister Sir Paul Boffa and dated 10 March 1949 appointing Prof. Anthony Mamo to be Deputy Attorney-General at a salary of 750 GBP a year.
Appointment to the Chair of Criminal LawLetter dated 23 June 1950 from the Royal University of Malta informing Sir Anthony Mamo that he should proceed to the UK to satisfy the conditions of his appointment to the Chair of Criminal Law.Letter from Lieutenant-Governor Trafford Smith - OBE to Sir Anthony Mamo
Farewell letter AG's OfficeFramed letter signed by the staff at the Attorney General's Office bidding farewell to Sir Anthony Mamo on assuming higher office. Includes signatures of M. Caruana Curran, Oliver Gulia, Joseph Laferla and Joe Tonna
Congratulations from Sir Robert LaycockLetter dated 8 August 1957 from the Governor, Sir Robert Laycock, congratulating the Attorney General Prof. Anthony Mamo, on his appointment as one of Her Majesty's Counsel for Malta.
Appointment as Chief Justice and President of Her Majesty's Court of AppealLetter from the Prime Minister Dom Mintoff dated 25 September 1957, informing Prof. Anthony Mamo that the Governor in Council has appointed him Chief Jutice and President of Her Majesty's Court of Appeal.Appointment to Her Majesty's Counsel to MaltaLetter dated 20 August 1957 from Lieutenant-Governor Trafford Smith appointing Prof. Anthony Mamo as one of Her Majesty's Counsel for Malta.
Certificate Our CounselFramed Certificate issued by Queen Elizabeth II and dated 19 August 1957. The certificate is signed by the Lieutenant-Governer Mr Trafford Smith and appoints Anthony J. Mamo as 'one of Our Counsel".
Certificate Chief Justice of MaltaWarrant issued on the 25 September 1957 by the Governer General Sir Robert Laycock appointing Professor Anthony Mamo as Chief Justice of Malta as from 7 December 1957Letter from Sir Guy GranthamLetter from Sir Guy Grantham to Sir Anthony Mamo dated 25 June 1962 in which Sir Anthony is informed that he has been designated by the Queen to assume and perform the functions of the office of Governor during the period between Sir Guy's departure and the assumption of office by Sir Maurice Dorman.Appointment Governor General of Malta CertificateFramed certificate dated 5 July 1971 issued by Queen Elizabeth II appointing Sir Anthony Mamo as Governor General of Malta
Proclamation 27 June 1962Proclamation in the Government Gazette dated 27 June 1962 of Sir Anthony Mamo's assumption of Office of Governor between the Governor's departure and the assumption of his office by the Governor-designate.
Proclamation 22 June 1971Framed proclamation (No. III of 1971) dated 22 June 1971. Document proclaims that whenever the office of the Governor-General is vacant, Sir Anthony Mamo is to assume such office. Signed by the Prime Minister, Dom Mintoff.
Proclamation 5 July 1971Framed proclamation dated 5 July 1971 (No. IV of 1971 - in English and Maltese) proclaming the assumption of the functions of Governor-General by Sir Anthony Mamo. Signed by the Prime Minister Dom Mintoff.Proclamation 5 August 1964Proclamation dated 5 August 1964, appointing Sir Anthony Mamo as deputy of Sir Maurice Dorman during the latter's absence from the island.
First sitting as Chief JusticeFramed photo of the first sitting of Sir Anthony Mamo as Chief Justice, dated 10 January 1958.
Oath-President of MaltaFramed document dated 13 December 1974 signed by Sir Anthony Mamo and the Speaker, E. Attard Bezzina. The document (in Maltese) is the oath of office taken by Sir Anthony Mamo as President of Malta.
Letter of appreciation from the Speaker of the HouseLetter dated 28 December 1976 from the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr N. Laviera, showing appreciation to Sir Anthony Mamo for the excellent manner med his duties to the nation. Includes also a motion of thanks moved by the Prime Mnister.