The fonds consists of the following sub-fonds, "Registry files" (1920-1947), "Commission files" (1919-1947), and "Section files" (1924-1941). It includes therefore, files produced by the Registry, Records and Mailing Section of the Secretariat of the League of Nations, files of the external offices of the High Commissioner for Refugees, later Nansen Office for Refugees (including those produced by the Nansen Office itself), files of other external bodies (International Labour Organisation, Office of the Liquidator of the Nansen Office in Paris, Armenian Orphanage in Aleppo, High Commissioner for German Refugees, High Commissioner for Refugees in London) as well as files of several other external bodies randomly united under "Section files" (files of the Evian intergovernmental conference, of the Delegation in Greece). The Nansen fonds consists of correspondence, administrative, financial, and other textual records; brochures; newspaper clippings; some photographs; documentation of other nature.League of Nations. High Commissioner of the League of Nations for Refugees. International Labour Organisation. Nansen Office. Armenian Orphanage in Aleppo. High Commissioner for German Refugees. High Commissioner for Refugees in London.
Detailed Records of Expenses Paid by the ICRC Relating to General Statement B (Nos 1 to 14).
This file contains Copy of Report No. 2 on the Transport of Prisoners and the Ino Transit Camp in Finland - Report No. 3 on the Ino Camp.
This file contains a Copy of a Telegram From Stockholm Stating that SEK 150,000 Will Be Deposited to the Credit of the ICRC in Geneva Before 10 July.
This file contains a collection of correspondence with no follow up.
Detailed Records of Expenses Paid by the ICRC Relating to General Statement E (Nos 1 to 14).
Accounts of the High Commissioner for Repatriation to the ICRC in Geneva.
General Tables of Expenditures Paid by the ICRC for Repatriation.
The German Government Refuses the Proposals Regarding Three Thousand Siberians. The Soviet Government Would Normally Accept the Repatriation Through Latvia.