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Mr. Lucien Wolf’s Diary of Peace Conference Negotiations for Minority Treaties Bequeathed to Jewish

Mr. Lucien Wolf’s copy of his diary of the Peace Conference of 1919, in which he conducted negotiations with various Governments to obtain the minority treaties to secure the rights of the Jewish populations of their countries, is bequeathed in his will, which has just been made public, to the Jewish Historical Society of England, of which he was President. Various other papers, all his Jewish books, MSS., newspaper cuttings and prints are also left to the Jewish Historical Society of England.

To the Jewish Colonisation Association (Ica) and the Joint Foreign Committee, Mr. Wolf has left all documents or correspondence relating to those societies. r.

Mr. Wolf left estate of the gross value of £4,412, with net personality £4,081.

To his wife he left £1,000 3½ per cent. Conversion Loan and £50 cash “as a small token of my love for my wife and my gratitude to her for the care she has taken of me and the great happiness she has given to me”, and saying of her “who has all my confidence as well as all my love and gratitude”. All his other property he left upon trust for his wife, his four daughters, his four sons, and his grandson George.