No. 31 NAI DFA 11/3A

Letter from Seán Lester to Joseph P. Walshe (Dublin)
(S. 9/4/65) (copy)

Geneva, 14 April 1932

Disarmament Conference.

It appears that the Minister for Finance has agreed to allow £50 for entertainment at the Labour Conference. From my own experience I am sure this money will be very well spent.

I should, however, be very glad if you could see your way again to press the case for at least an equivalent allowance for the infinitely more important Disarmament Conference. I continue to receive hospitality from other Delegates and find it nationally and personally humiliating not to be in a position to return it.1

[signed] (Sd) Seán Lester2

1 Marginal note:'Original to Acct., 25/4/32 F.T.C.'.

2 Signed by Francis T.Cremins.

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