In December of 1947 the National University of Cuyo called the First Argentine Congress of Philosophy, "with the participation of all the Spanish-speaking countries." On April 20, 1948, the President of the Argentine Nation, Juan Domingo Perón, decreed the nationalization of the Congress, which was renamed the First National Congress of Philosophy. It was held in Mendoza, from March 30 to April 9, 1949, and represents a milestone to understand the Hispanic ideological consolidation of the second half of the twentieth century. That is why the Philosophy Project in Spanish regained its memory and disseminated those texts, reproducing their Acts in their entirety. From here you can access the site filosofía.org to review those facsimiles.
Here you can search for content within the space devoted to the 1949 Philosophy Congress on the filosofia.org website.