F. Walters did not recall the matter as the telegram was dated 1940.
About the participation of the United States in the proposed conciliatory committee refused by Japan.
Press cuttings "The work of the League: Sir E. Drummond on wars prevented", from "The Times" and "Courage needed" from the "Daily Herald", as well as the text of E. Drummond's broadcast on a retrospective of the League of Nations.
Tribute to J.E. Drummond, retiring Secretary-General of the League of Nations.
E. Drummond thanked E. de Valera for the letter he addressed to the Members of the League of Nations in regard to his resignation as Secretary-General, letter in which E. de Valera congratulated E. Drummond upon the part he played within the League of Nations.
On P. de Azcarate's appointment as Deputy Secretary-General.
- Nov. 1938: Lettre concernant la préparation de la Conférence au Mexique et la collaboration entre le Bureau sanitaire panaméricain et l'Organisation d'Hygiène;
- Dec. 1939: Télégramme au sujet de la représentation de l'Albanie à l'Assemblée.
Japanese proposals and amendments, reply to the Committee's questions.
The Council on 27 September 1932 accepted the resignation of Sir J.E. Drummond, first Secretary-General of the League of Nations, on the condition that the resignation should not take effect before 30 June 1933; question of the appointment of E. Drummond's successor.
Secret Council meeting wished by E. Drummond on this matter, according to S. Lester, E.J. Phelan was the most suitable candidate.