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Document · 1938
Part of Private Archives

Possible candidates to the post of Director of the International Labour Office: E.J. Phelan and S. Lester to succeed to Harold B. Butler; photograph of S. Lester.

5 August 1941
Pp 274/2/756-758; (cf. p. 835) · Document · 1941.08.05
Part of Private Archives

S. Lester's personal letter (not sent) addressed to James Dillon in Berne: S. Lester never met J. Dillon, but had once an opportunity to meet his father, a great gentleman of forceful personality; S. Lester's anxieties for the future of Ireland; about Irish policy; J. Dillon, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, just made a speech in favour of Ireland joining Anglo-American circle in the war.

8 August 1941
Pp 274/2/759 · Document · 1941.08.08
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S. Lester's letter to F.T. Cremins : problem with a diplomatic bag.

1 October 1941
Pp 274/2/759-760 · Document · 1941.10.01
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Letter addressed to S. Lester by someone having just arrived at Princeton on: the journey to Princeton, and the situation and state of mind in Princeton.

30 September 1941 (1)
Pp 274/2/761-762; (cf. p. 834-836 idem) · Document · 1941.09.30
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S. Lester's letter to F.T. Cremins: Irish parliamentary papers; S. Lester's opinion on Irish newspapers: uninteresting, because without news not merely on the general war situation but on all sorts of things.

18 April 1941
Pp 274/2/762-766 · Document · 1941.04.18
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Yugoslavia conquered by the Germans, British forces and Greece in grave danger; article "Du côté de l'Ariana": visit of the Palais of the League of Nations, constrast between the empty Palais des Nations in 1941, and the Palais des Nations and the League of Nations' numerous activities in 1938.

19 April 1941
Pp 274/2/767 · Document · 1941.04.19
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Cable from Gretta Lester: good news, received after heavy bombardment of Belfast and neighbourhood.