Lady Blomfield: Her Life and Times, Robert Weinberg, p323
‘Do be assured that I have considered with the utmost care and deliberation your request, and I grieve to find myself in a situation that makes it impossible for me to accede to it. I deeply regret it, and would have been so glad to collaborate with you in your work . . . Please do not be disappointed. The work you have already achieved is historic, and what you will, with the Beloved Master’s guidance, accomplish in the future will, I feel sure, ennoble the record of your past services to the Cause of God. You are often in my thoughts and prayers.
1936-12-24 to Blomfield re into to “The Chosen Highway”
Lady Blomfield asked if the Guardian would be willing to write a Foreword for her book.