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5 August 1940 (2)
Pp 274/1/525-526 · Document · 1940.08.05
Fait partie de Private Archives

Extract from a telegram from London: repatriation of families.

7 August 1940 (1)
Pp 274/1/527-529 · Document · 1940.08.07
Fait partie de Private Archives

T. Aghnides' letter to S. Lester on J. Avenol's work of destruction of the poor League of Nations; T. Aghnides requested acceptance of his resignation because nothing was left of the League of Nations' activities; press report: 40 League of Nations' officials victims of a bus accident (no loss of life) close to Grenoble (France): they were going to the USA, further to the Princeton University invitation; ILO staff also left to USA on request of the Director of the ILO, J.G. Winant, at that time in the USA.

7 August 1940 (2)
Pp 274/1/530-532 · Document · 1940.08.07
Fait partie de Private Archives

S. Lester informed by Carlos Garcia Palacios (Chile), League of Nations Information Section, that the autocar in which the A. Loveday party had left for Lisbon had had an accident, not too serious (three persons gravely injured, including one of A. Loveday's sons) but people were able to go on their trip on the following day; the remains of the ILO staff, about 30 officials including E.J. (Ned) Phelan (Ireland), left for America at J.G. Winant's request, Director of the ILO; S. Jacklin on the League of Nations budgetary difficulties: most of the Member States could or would pay nothing, on the difficulty for the Supervisory Committee to meet: C.J. Hambro (Norway) wanted the meeting in America or Lisbon, J. Avenol refused to move from Geneva and said the meeting could not be held without him.

1 July 1940
Pp 274/1/543 · Document · 1940.07.01
Fait partie de Private Archives

Telegram from A. Loveday to S. Lester on Vichy and family and his possible return to Geneva.

27 August 1940
Pp 274/1/559 · Document · 1940.08.27
Fait partie de Private Archives

J. Avenol expected from Vichy; Vichy Government ordered to recall French officials of the ILO leaving for the USA.

1 September 1940 (2)
Pp 274/1/579-580 · Document · 1940.09.01
Fait partie de Private Archives

Summary of the questions to be put to C.J. Hambro further to C.J. Hambro and S. Jacklin telephone conversation.

15 July 1940 (4)
Pp 274/1/599-601 · Document · 1940.07.15
Fait partie de Private Archives

? A. Sweetser's letter to A.E. Felkin, United Kingdom, League of Nations Economic and Financial Section: the American interest in the Anti Drug work, Fuller's anxiety about arrangements concerning the transfer of part of the League of Nations services (non-political work only) to the USA, the Princeton University invitation to enable the League of Nations technical services to continue their work in the USA.

1 September 1940 (3)
Pp 274/1/602 · Document · 1940.09.01
Fait partie de Private Archives

S. Lester's appointment as J. Avenol's successor as League of Nations temporary Secretary-General.

28 September 1940
Pp 274/1/625 · Document · 1940.09.28
Fait partie de Private Archives

Transmission of C.J. Hambro's message on possible quorum for the Supervisory Committee meeting.

26 August 1940 (4)
Pp 274/1/635-636 · Document · 1940.08.26
Fait partie de Private Archives

A. Sweetser's letter to S. Lester's wife Elsie: S. Lester's hope to go back to Ireland soon, S. Lester greatly admired and respected by the staff in the United States.