A. Sweetser proposed a ceremony of presentation of the plaque of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award to S. Lester in Geneva.
Staff questions; trips to Ottawa, Montreal, New York, Princeton; Princeton activities; A. Sweetser on A. Loveday's statement; San Francisco and Interim Commission; S. Lester's supposed interview in the New York Times as a nonsense.
Extract from the "Collier's" on the San Francisco Conference, UNCIO (United Nations Conference on International Organization), and the death and burial of the League of Nations; photograph of S. Lester, A. Sweetser and J.G. Guerrero.
Comments on list of Staff supplied to Supervisory Commission; T. Aghnides and A. Sweetser suspension; and the grade of 59 officers stationed in Geneva.
Response to previous correspondence No. 66, No. 68, No. 69 and No. 70. Comments on the EPN case; E. Phelan's health and friendship; A. Sweetser's employment and the position of an un-named government to not recogniye the validity of the financial decisions taken at the Estoril meeting.
Describes audit of A. Loveday and mentions cable to C. Hambro requesting that C. Hambro refrain from authorizing A. Sweetser to make expenditures without previous authorization.
Questions A. Sweetser's expenditure of League of Nations' money before obtaining authorization.
Mentions previous correspondance and an individual named Malik; includes extract of letter regarding the acceptance of an appointment to the Contributions Committee.
Press communique reproducing letters exchanged between A. Sweetser, President of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, and S. Lester, who was conferred the Award.
Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award mentioned in the leaflet; handwritten note from A. Sweetser about the decision to confer the Award to S. Lester.