Note, September 1916


Mrs. Post is under the impression that Mrs. Schütze is not Chairman of the Arts Committee and that anything that is printed and sent out under the name of the Arts Committee should be submitted to Mrs. John Jay White in Washington. She feels that if Mrs. Schütze does not know that she is not Chairman, the situation should be handled very delicately.

Mrs. Post thinks, with Miss Breckinridge, that the bibliography as it stands is very incomplete and that it should be submitted to Mrs. Mead who really has charge of the publications. She also feels that the statement in the front is not very satisfactory.