Requesting a resume on Nansen's refugee work.
File contains correspondence about appointing a temporary successor to Dr. Nansen until the next Assembly.
This file contains corrections concerning PV (minutes), PV not included in the file, correspondence exchanged in this respect between C.Goulkevitch (member of a private organisation) and H.Reymond.
Notes exchanged between the Chief of Section, T.F. Johnson, and the Information Section regarding the former's order for cuttings on Nansen [mentioning refugees and on his activities outside the League Secretariat]. The file includes correspondence with the Argus Suisse et International de la Presse, S.A., Geneva, to which the order has been made.
M. Huber was President of the Governing Body of the International Refugees Office [1931-1936], file contains list of persons in the United States interested in the refugee work, his visit to USA in 1931, correspondence with Mr. Johnson, letter to Sir Eric Drummond announcing his resignation [Nov. 20, 1932], press extracts: from "Le petit bleu" regarding Mr. Huber's substitution of Mr. Hyman at the Committee of Nineteen presidency; from "La Renaissance" de Paris, No. 2767. 20 Dec. 1932 on "Autour de la démission du Docteur Max Huber"; from "La République enchainée", 20 April 1933 on "Démission de M. Max Huber".
Extract from the "Irish Independent": review of A.C. Temperley's book "The whispering gallery of Europe"; AC. Temperley was one of the Britain's chief representatives, acting as military adviser; photograph of S. Lester.
Extract from "Le Temps": resignation of O'Rourke, bishop of Danzig.
Only a note and a letter of administrative nature. George Werner was the President of the Administrative Council [Governing Body] of the International Nansen Office. Includes several references to the Office's Bulgarian delegate, Mr. Serafimoff, and to contributions of the Bulgarian government.
Request for assistance, correspondence regarding a Nansen passport request.