Coke was contacted by the Committee in April 1940 and consequently was commissioned for six pictures of WVS subjects for 50 guineas, along with Evelyn Dunbar and Ethel Gabain.
Coke started on ATS subjects. IWM:ART LD 265 was submitted in June 1940, followed by LD 376 and IWM:ART LD 377-378 in August. She then went on to WAAF subjects (IWM:ART LD 1298 and LD 1299, delivered in August 1941) and a Red Cross picture (LD 1930, delivered April 1942). There was some discussion regarding the WAAF subjects, because Peake, whose assistance was sought in gaining access to these subjects, did not like Coke's ATS pictures.
Along with the WAAF pictures, Coke also submitted LD 1512, "an extra drawing for sheer love" (42).
In November 1943, Ernest Blaikley, Keeper of Art at the IWM, proposed to the WAAC that they should acquire Coke's 'Hit and Run Raid' (IWM:ART LD 5493), with a view to allocating it to the IWM. The committee declined.
The remainder of the file consists of correspondence with Coke, for example regarding copyright.