This file contains correspondence with the Lithuanian Foreign Office, with the Office in Riga (Latvia), the Committee of Russian Emigrants in Lithuania. The Lithuanian Foreign Affairs are represented by several officials, the Riga Office by A. de Foelkersam and J. Fedoroff is Chairman of the emigrants' committee in Lithuania. The file includes letters by individual refugees (individual cases), lists of refugees and accounts established by the Committee of Russian emigrants.
This file contains activity reports of various associations involved in the Refugee Question. It also contains some press cuttings and correspondence with Newspapers.
This file contains reports from Nansen Office Far East Representative and other sources on number, causes of displacement, location and living condition of Russian refugees in Manchuria, territory of Barga; actions taken by the Nansen Office, ICRC and other refugee organisations to secure these refugees; lists of victims of massacres in Tsynkyr 3 October 1929 and in Damysowo 28 September 1929; lists of Russian or Russian naturalised Chinese refugees arrested or deported to URSS from Manchuria in November and December 1929.
- Slovo Shanghai - 26 December 1929 - Où errent les réfugiés de Triokhrietchie - Trois versions de leurs épreuves
- North-China Daily News - 24 December 1929 - Russo-Chinese Agreement - Full text of Protocol signed on Sunday: Russia's Terms for ending Conflict: New Managers coming to Harbin to take charge - Conference at Moscow on 25 January - All Prisoners to be released, Consulates reopened and Forces withdrawn on both sides
- North-China Daily News - 8 January 1930 - Scenes of Devastation along the C.E.R.
- North-China Daily News - 7 January 1930 - Among refugees of the war zone in North Manchuria: Scenes of mad panic and destruction - A Day at Bukutu not to be forgotten
- North-China Daily News - 6 January 1930 - Refugees from the war zone of North Manchuria - Vivid tale of the American and Harbin Russian relief expedition: the terrible red aeroplanes - Multitudes driven destitute from homes
- North-China Daily News - December 1929 - Letter to the Editor from the American Relief Committee, Harbin
- No name of newspaper - No date - Tampering with Siberian mail - Second case of open mail bags discovered within four days
- Wremia - 26 January 1930 - Le Consul général du Japon au sujet des émigrants russes
- Kung Pao - 6 February 1930 - No. 966 - Russian refugees deported from Manchuria
- North-China Daily News - 5 May 1930 - The sad case of white Russians in Manchuria
- North-China Daily News? - 24 April 1930 - The sad case of white Russians in Manchuria - Driven from their homes: Pursued by Soviet's hatred: No place for them anywhere - Who will help them to migrate
- North-China Daily News - 6 January 1930 - Letter to the Editor - The refugees of North Manchuria
- North-China Daily News - 7 January 1930 - Under the bombs of the Soviet aeroplanes - Among refugees of the war zone in North Manchuria: Scenes of mad panic and destruction - A day at Bukutu not to be forgotten
- The Shanghai Evening Post - 31 July 1930 - Ministry orders "White" Russian laborers excluded - Jeopardizing Chinese, order avers
- North-China Daily News - 18 August 1931 - Escape from Russia - Hardships of hundreds of refugees - Treated without mercy
Some more clippings in Russian.
Famine Commission Bulletin - Vol.VIII.No.1 - October 1930 - published bi-monthly by the China International Famine Relief Commission
The Lutheran - 30 April 1931 - The distress in Harbin, Siberia, Russia - Report of an investigating expedition on which United Lutheran Church in America Missionaries from China served
This file contains registration slips with information on the religion and profession of refugees, accounting details, requests for visas, searches for missing refugees.
Correspondence with other delegations concerning forced repatriation, Russian officers turned back by Austrian authorities, expulsion decrees, the situation of Russian refugees in Poland (illegal entries), Latvia and Turkey. This file includes references to Turkish legal settlements and regulations.
This file contains various types of correspondence, press cuttings and law extracts regarding unemployment in Austria. Correspondence is exchanged between the head of the International Labour Office and the Austrian Chancellor to ensure the Armenian and Russian refugees be protected.
File contains correspondence between the Secretary General of the Nansen Office and the British government officials in charge of the settlement schemes for Australia.
"Sydney Morning Herald" dated 7 May 1938 on "Defence of Australia"
This file contains correspondence between the Nansen Office for Refugees Delegation in Berlin and the Nansen Office in Geneva relating to Russian and Armenian children in French agricultural training centres.
This file contains correspondence between the Nansen Office for Refugees Delegation in Berlin, the ILO Refugee Service in Geneva, the German and Brazilian authorities and the Sao Paulo Railway Company.
Correspondence with the Geneva Office and the Japanese authorities; press cuttings.