Rogers asked for facilities to allow him to continue to paint and draw whilst on military service. In May he submitted some drawings to the Committee and as a result was offered a commission in May 1942, to work up one of the drawings, for 20 guineas (13). In his letter at (25) Rogers discusses the issues he faces in carrying out the work, such as finding a suitable location. There were problems over Rogers's leave to make the picture (e.g. 38). When the work was submitted, there were some problems about censorship.
The final item on file is a letter about Rogers's proposals for two pictures.