Concerns probable purchase of the "Sible Hedingham House" for Lucy's new school. Also concerns the arrangements for the paintings to be exhibited at the Arcade Gallery sometime in April. Suggests that Neill and Robin give lectures at the exhibition and that Robin prepare and list all the pictures.
Asks him to arrange for Neill to write the introduction to the catalogue. Details final arrangements to open the exhibition from 12 April 1944 to 26 April 1944. Also gives details of Weingraf's financial terms.
Disagrees with Peto's telegram. Considers Weingraf's terms very acceptable and that he has a genuine interest in child art. Also considers the Arcade Gallery to be more suitable than Selfridges for the exhibition.
Concerns definite arrangements made to open the exhibition on 12 April 1944 to 26 April 1944. Also intimates request from Weingraf for another 50 drawings and suggests that Neill should write the introduction to the catalogue.
Criticises him for arranging with Weingraf about the catalogue and the financial arrangements regarding the photographs. Suggests moving to another house nearer London because of the troubles with the house and the authorities. Also concerns letter from Dartington Hall on the co-ordination of the free-schools emphasising Neill's tremendous achievements. Also relates to introduction of his scheme of international exchange schools to several governments of the Allied Nations who promised help.
Concerns his communication with Edith Young of the BBC. Has sent a copy of his talk to Herbert Read to be printed in Athene the journal of The Society for Education in Art. Apologises for his dealings with Weingraf