Comments on a report from E. Phelan including specific concerns regarding the International Labour Organization's plans for their future place in international organization.
- June-Aug. 1940: Invitation of Princeton University, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research and Institute for Advanced Study of Princeton to host the Technical Sections of the Secretariat, signed by H.W.Dodds, C. Tenbroeck, F. Aydelotte;
- June 1940: Lettre à Lester, Aghnides, Loveday, Skylstad, Charron, Tyler from Princeton;
- Correspondence with Sweetser, H.B. Livingston, Norwegian Legation.
- Apr. 1938: Note sur les conséquences découlant de la situation en Ethiopie;
- Note on the "Burckhardt story";
- Draft answers to questions regarding the Bruce Report (A.23.1939);
- Feb. 1940: Aide-mémoire on reorganisation of the technical and non-political activities of the LON;
- Commission de contrôle. Annexes à la lettre adressée le 16 août 1940 par J. Avenol au Président du Conseil sur les questions budgétaires;
- Aug. 1951: Summary of interview of J. Avenol by Stephen M. Schwebel, Permanent Representative of the World Federation of United Nations Associations to the United Nations;
- Aug. 1931: Correspondence with A. Salter, Butler, E. Drummond, Massigli, Northerner, F. Walters, Tittman, Arnal, Loveday.
S. Lester's letter addressed to F.P. Walters in Oxford on F.P. Walters' and the United States' optimism as to the future of international organisations; S. Lester's pessimism trying to solve financial problems and to keep the League of Nations remnants, affected by war measures, in activity; A. Loveday's satisfaction with the removal of his Section to the USA, the hope of the possible move of the Opium Section to the USA, the fact that just before his resignation J. Avenol planned to go to Versailles with the Marshal Pétain; news on various colleagues, because of the precarious situation of the League of Nations A. Loveday would be the rallying point.
Comments on possible transfer and accommodation for the opium officials of to Washington, D.C.
League of Nations' Secretariat at the disposition of the Danzig Government if its aid is required; more information needed for representations to the Bank for International Settlements; if necessary someone from the Financial Section might be sent to Danzig to study the situation.