3rd August, 1938.
Mr. C.C.S. Gibbs,
Dear Mr. Gibbs,
CAMPS FOR BASQUE CHILDREN.
I have your letter of the 1st instant in regard to the placing of a married couple in one of the camps for Basque children.
I think the best thing that I can do is to recommend you to write to the National Committee for the Care of Basque Children at 4, Great Smith Street, London, S.W.1.
You will appreciate, however, that although there are nearly 2,000 Basque children still in this country the tendency is for there to be a contraction in the number of homes rather than the reverse. If, however, you were to let the National Committee in question have full particulars that would be the best course to adopt.
In order to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, some names within this file have been redacted. While we have made every effort to comply with the Act, there may be other named individuals within this file who are still living. We will remove any names immediately we are made aware that this is the case or if any offence is caused to living relatives.
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