Correspondence between the British Council and the WAAC, and later with the Art department of the Imperial War Museum. Occasionally the BC might suggest artists to the WAAC, such as the sculptor Cecil Brown; but the correspondence primarily concerns loans to exhibitions or contemporary British art organised by the Council around the world. There is some correspondence with Lady Norman regarding the collection of works from the IWM collection, in wartime storage at her country home. There is also discussion of damage to Eric Ravilious's 'Morning on the Tarmac' (IWM:ART LD 1712). An inch was cut from the bottom of this picture when it was framed for exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in 1947 (100ff).