- Apr.-May 1969: Copie d'une lettre adressée par Frank Walters à Norman Field donnant des précisions sur sa responsabilité dans la destruction de certains papier de Drummond;
- Aug. 1919: Letter to G. Clerk referring to the Reports of the Committee to supervise the execution of the Treaty with Germany on Belgium and the Sarre Basin and Convocation of the Supreme Council by the President of the United States with the participation of the nine powers represented in the Council to legally and effectively constitute the Council.
Discussion of report first with F.P. Walters and then with J. Avenol - Sean Lester's report could be misinterpreted as anti-Nazi; however it received full support as for its politics.
S. Lester's comments on F.P. Walters' Danzig memorandum.
F.P. Walters on imminent danger; Hungarian Government preparing to enter anti-Comintern Pact and leave League of Nations; Bucknell, US Consul, and many of his colleagues convinced war is coming; letter of J.H. Cousins, who worked in the Department of Fine Arts at an Indian University, to S. Lester; letter of Alfred O'Rahilly, professor of physics at an Irish University, to S. Lester.
Von Radovitz, German Consul General, re von Neurath position on League/Danzig crisis; von Neurath's invitation; meeting with von Neurath in Berlin, concerning the actions of Gauleiter (Regional Leader) Forster; Bewley; visit to Geneva: attendance of Council, meeting with Anthony Eden, Francis Paul Walters from United Kingdom (League of Nations Political Section) on Sean Lester's reappointment.
(S. Lester's or F.P. Walters'?) note on League of Nations for Foreign Office.
S. Lester's letter to A. Sweetser: F. Walters' leaving, threat of invasion of Switzerland, changing Geneva policy.
Geneva, 90th session of the League of Nations Council - Meetings with J. Avenol, F.P. Walters concerning Sean Lester's annual report; Nazi Senator Böttcher's negative views on the report.
S. Lester's letter addressed to F.P. Walters in Oxford on F.P. Walters' and the United States' optimism as to the future of international organisations; S. Lester's pessimism trying to solve financial problems and to keep the League of Nations remnants, affected by war measures, in activity; A. Loveday's satisfaction with the removal of his Section to the USA, the hope of the possible move of the Opium Section to the USA, the fact that just before his resignation J. Avenol planned to go to Versailles with the Marshal Pétain; news on various colleagues, because of the precarious situation of the League of Nations A. Loveday would be the rallying point.
Geneva, 90th session of the League of Nations Council - Soviet move against Uruguay; work with F.P. Walters and J. Avenol on draft report on Danzig; reactions of Poles Danzigers; reactions of German Press and English Press.