The Lunar L1 and L2 libration points have been proposed as gateways granting inexpensive access to interplanetary space. To date, only individual solutions to the transfer between three-body systems have been found. The methodology to solve the problem for arbitrary three-body systems and entire families of orbits is currently being studied. This paper presents an initial approach to solve the general problem for single and multiple impulse transfers. Two different methods of representing and storing the invariant manifold data are presented. Some particular solutions are presented for two types of transfer problems, though the emphasis is on developing the methodology for solving the general problem.