Grace L. McCann Morley, director of the San Francisco Museum of Art, writes to Evelyn Ahrend, director of the Programmes Office of the Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign, regarding the success of the exhibition and the possibility of sending photographs. She points out that the outbreak of the Second World War means more publicity but the issue of refugees cannot be stressed. She writes that the emphasis should instead be placed on the painting as a document reflecting cruelty and war.
Reference in the source Archive:
Spanish Refugee Relief Association Record, 1935-1957, Part B: General Office Files Box 25: Picasso Tour
Grace L. McCann Morley's letter to Evelyn Ahrend