3 sub-files of correspondence and documents relating to London County Council from 1940-1960. Consists of:
1) General: General correspondence with London County Council. Topics covered include arrangements for visits by blind and partially sighted rehabilitees, invitation to handing over of teak seat in the park, arrangements for having a notice board erected in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park for the Museum, attendance figures, camera permit, bonfires in the park, permissions for a Guard of Honour, permissions to place photographs for special exhibitions on the parks notice board, maitenance of approaches to Museum and forecourt, location of sign moved to Bethlem, disposal of rubbish, use of Museum building as a shadow agency for the council during the Second World War, request for leaflets etc from the council relating to war time activities.
2) Re Supply of Plants for Window Boxes: Correspondence regarding possibility of London County Council supplying plants for window boxes on the Museum.
3) Plan of Position of Notice board in Park: Two plans from 1948, one showing the position of the proposed notice board in the park, and one showing the design of the noticeboard.