Scope and Content
(1) James G. Mann, 'Spain's Art Treasures - lost or Saved?', The Listener, 27 (October 1937);
(2) 'Guarding Spanish Art Treasures: Sir Frederic Kenyon's Inspection'. Illustrated London News (11 September 1937);
(3) 'How Treasures of Art and Architecture have suffered in the Spanish Civil War', Illustated London News (27 November 1937);
(4) A sonnet 'The Calpe Hunt', by Stanley Richardson; letters to the editor of The Times and The Daily Telegraph and a report printed in El Socialista (19th August 1937): 'El ex director del British Museum en Madrid';
(5) 'Madrid the 'Ypres' of Spain: the ravages of War in a city for thirty months in the front line', Illustrated London News (15 April 1939); and
(6) A cutting from The Times (1 March 1939), showing 'Change over at the Spanish Embassy', the Duke of Alba as representative of General Franco, contrasted with Senor Pablo de Azcarate, the 'retiring Republican Ambassador'.