This file contains, in addition to correspondence regarding the contribution of Poland to the budget of the delegation (subvention), a budget for 1930, excerpts of documents of the governing body documenting restrictions (duration of contracts) and positions in view of the liquidation of the delegation.
This file contains correspondence and budgets, the correspondence is exchanged between Mr. Gallati, the delegate for Poland and the Baltic States, and T.F. Johnson, national authorities (Poland) for their contribution to the costs of the delegation, and with the Secretary-General on the issue of expenses of correspondents of the Polish delegation in Free City of Danzig, Estonia and Lithuania.
This file contains correspondence and budgets, the correspondence is exchanged between Mr. Gallati, the delegate for Poland and the Baltic States, and T.F. Johnson, with national authorities (Poland) for their contribution to the costs of the delegation. The governing body of the office is also involved in decisions respecting the delegation's budget. The Polish authorities question the need for a delegation.
This file contains correspondence exchanged between the Geneva Office and Warsaw delegation regarding contribution of the Polish government to the delegation's expenses and its role in the management of the delegation's resources.
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".
File contains distribution lists, communications with the Distribution Service, namely regarding the distribution of documents to the Advisory Committee, document
Ref./A.C.18-1930 meeting on the "Sub-Committee to consider the question of the distribution of documents", Vol.IX No.117 April 1932 on "The League of Nations News".
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.
The President requested to hold weekly meetings with participation of the Secretary-General, Messrs Ehrenhold, Guillaume Théodore Conrad Zwerner and Boris Nicolsky to be briefed on the general work performed. File contains agenda and minutes of such meetings.