Wood had made a number of panoramic drawings for use by artillery spotters in Salonika, and made further drawings in his own time. His superiors felt that the drawings should be used to inform the public and to this end Wood was sent back to England. (Letter (3) explains the circumstances). A number of drawings were earmarked for the Imperial War Museum, after viewing by Ross, Conway and Mond.
Meanwhile, Wood was also being proposed to the Ministry of Information for a commission, and was considered, along with Lamb, for Mesopotamia, and for a possible issue of 'British Artists at the Front'. Wood also expressed a wish to create larger oil works in addition to his drawings (41). He was subsequently employed under the total output scheme (Scheme 2) and his output was to include a large oil of the Doiran Front (IWM:ART 2244).
(21-2) gives details of the subjects of some of his drawings, and (33-4) gives biographical and service information.
Other papers concern Wood's exhibition at the Leicester Galleries in June 1918, including notes for the opening ceremony (88).
There are papers relating to the acquisition of IWM:ART 795-798 and IWM:ART 877-883 in particular.