SPANISH RELIEF COMMITTEE
under the auspices of the
STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE OF INDUSTRIAL WOMEN'S ORGANISATIONS
TRANSPORT HOUSE, (South Block),
Chairman: Mrs. H. T. Leighton
Secretary: Mary E. Sutherland, J.P.
13th February, 1939.
Mr. H. V. Tewson,
Trades Union Congress General Council,
Smith Square, S.W.1.
Dear Mr. Tewson
I promised to let you have a note about the position of our Knitting Fund.
When our accounts are paid up we shall be in debt to the extent of £47. Since the middle of December we have spent nearly £300 on wool. That includes £100 received from the International Solidarity Fund, £100 from the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, and sums which I have raised in response to my "Labour Woman" appeal, and roughly £27 raised by raffling some Spanish embroidery etc. given me by Mrs. Adams de Puertas.
At present we have applications for wool from Local Committees which would come to about £100. Wool is being knitted up rapidly and garments returned in the minimum of time.
Mary E. Sutherland,
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