The fond consists of the correspondence between the office of the Estonia permanent delegation in Geneva and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tallin. To it was added a jacket with personal papers of the Estonian politician Karl Selter. The preserved papers of Karl Selter do not concern his activity as delegate to the League of Nations between 1939 and 1940.Sans titre
As above mentioned many records have disappeared.
There are, for example, files on only seven of the at least twenty-two Assemblies held by the Federation and parts of the general correspondence have been preserved only for some of the 1930s.
Two of the boxes constitute in reality a separate archive group, the records of "Föéreningen Nordisk Folkhögskola i Genève" (the Association of the Scandinavian Adult Continuation School in Geneva), 1930-32.
The languages of those records are Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.Sans titre
The papers include documents and personal memoirs and records relating to the international peace movement (au sing. dans la lettre), which can be designated as follows:
- Miscellaneous reports, correspondence, notices, which J.A. Joyce used in compiling a dissertation for the University of London history diploma on the early 19th Century Peace Societies, together with some notices and reports of the National Peace Council in Britain;
- J.A. Joyce's own speeches, press reports, published articles, pamphlets and correspondence dating from about 1926 to 1981, (contained in some dozen numbered filing cases).