Feb. 28, 1922.
Dear Frl. Heymann,
It is inexcusable really that this letter from the Polish Section was not sent to you at once [illegible] on being received, and that when I myself returned to Geneva and learned of it I did not at once send it on to you so that you could tell me what to reply as regards point 2). But so it is. I didn't want to excuse myself but Miss Marshall still has the original and I have been waiting for her reply to a letter I wrote to her about it. It was supposed, as a question of minorities, to come within her province.
I enclose a copy of my belated reply, which is not very good but the best I knew how to do. I am debating whether I ought to send a copy of both, the Polish letter and my answer, to our Ukrainian Section. I can't see that it would do any good and if not why send it? Of course, the ECHO DE PARIS paragraph is some stupid, if not malicious, misrepresentation. It is a pity you were not given the chance to contradict it promptly.
↑Miss Marshall is in day & night attendance on her father who is very ill & can attend to nothing else↓