This file contains a set of papers documenting the activities of assistance for Russian refugees.
This file contains records centering upon the possibility of the "congressists" claiming representation on the L.o.N. and raising issues of the welfare of emigrants interesting the Refugee Service.
Correspondence with C. Goulkevitch regarding documents to be sent to an institution created by Ms Masarykova to unite all the Russian apolitical refugee organisations (Prague).
This file contains correspondence with the Comité regarding the granting of a loan to it on condition that the Comité support in its turn the principle of the Nansen Stamp through its activities. The President and Secretary of the Comité are respectively Jean Efremoff and S. Posener. The file includes a list of members and statutes of the Comité.
This file contains accounts of the expenses incurred for the transportation of Russian refugees from Constantinople to the Czechoslovakian border in 1921/1922, expenses to be reimbursed to the Czechoslovakian authorities.
Correspondence exchanged with the delegate of the Russian organisations in Geneva, Mr. Goulkevitch, and the Estonian delegation on the subject of Russian refugees threatened with dismissal from a factory in Narva. Includes a press clipping from a Swiss newspaper on the subject.
This file contains mainly correspondence, reports and memoranda exchanged between the Geneva Office and the delegation in Romania, on the subject of a commission for the refugees providing statistics for Bessarabia.
Contains correspondence from the Belgrade Delegate, S. Lawford Childs, to the Geneva Office regarding the activities of a group (Bureau/Agency or Office) seeking to settle Russian refugees in the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes.
This file contains correspondence informing the ILO of the destitution of invalid Russian Refugees in Bulgaria principally owing to the suppression of subsidies of the Red Cross and requesting support on their behalf. The opening letter is signed Edmond Boissier, ICRC Vice-president. The ILO Director, Mr. Albert Thomas, offers unofficial support as the ILO's official responsibility is to place refugees.
This file contains correspondence with S. Yourieff, in touch with the Kingdom's committee in charge of Russian refugees, and the Near East delegate, Mr. J.M. Charpentier. The main subject is the possible assistance of the committee in the placement of refugees abroad through subsidies or guarantees of the money loaned to refugees.