Letter from Frank Walters to S. Lester dated 27 September 1932; letter (not signed) addressed to S. Lester dated 28 September 1932 enclosing the first draft of the circular letter to all the members of the League of Nations regarding Drummond's resignation and appreciation of his qualities.
Note from S. Lester to F. Walters, dated 16 March, requesting some papers on Danzig to be sent to the Rapporteur; note of 19 March listing the papers from the High Commissioner at Danzig sent to the Rapporteur.
F. Walters busy with the Chaco and Leticia questions, the question of the Assyrians in Iraq, troubles in Liberia, and the Saar Plebiscite, had no time to think about the question of E. Giustiniani and a possible Chef de Cabinet for S. Lester.
In the absence of the Secretary-General and of L. Krabbe, who was in the Saar to start the Plebiscite Commission, F. Walters acknowledged receipt of S. Lester's letters to the Secretary-General, he assured S. Lester that the previous High Commissioner at Danzig had similar problems; Danzig-Polish new agreement; Lawless seemed to have missed the chance of putting his name forward for the Saar; F. Walters and the Chaco question.
F. Walters informed J. Avenol of his talk with S. Lester on the Agenda questions; J. Avenol's reply: willing to help S. Lester if he needed the Council's support to carry on his task.