Manuscript transcript by Barrett in 'sound spelling' of his diary as a conscript and conscientious objector, Feb 1940
Two letters from editor of 'Head Teachers Review' on an item on sound spelling by Barrett, with two extracts.
Printed circular letters from Barrett in sound spelling to Rockvale Campers
Thomas Henderson, Huyton: spelling reform, decimalisation, etc.
Cuttings/reprint on George Bernard Shaw's views on spelling
Arthur A Smith, Better Schools Movement, Lima, Ohio: letter and two broadsheets
Correspondence with the editor of 'Education' on contribution by Barrett on sound spelling, with cuttings.
Acknowledgement from APS to Minister of Education
Correspondence with William Russell of Athens, Georgia, and broadsheet issued by him
Godfrey Dewey, Lake Placid Club Education Foundation, New York: letter and two booklets, 'Better American spelling for a modern world' and 'Rimes without reason'.
Correspondence with James G W MacClamroch, attorney, Greensboro, North Carolina.
George T Wride: 'The Rid (Wride) two-case alphabet', booklet with chart
Harold B-, Harborne: long letter on phonetics, with Barrett's 'Sound Spelling' card.
Phonetic Press, Pine Palms, New York: 2 leaflets on alphabets
Hansard: Spelling Reform Bill debate
Dr Mont Follick, Member of Parliament [spelling reformer]: returns Barrett's papers unread as he has not time to decipher other people's ideas on spelling.
G T Wride: booklet 'Nulingua and Klok shorthand for wurld children' and 'Spelwel the Amerikan langwij for wurld children'.
Northwest Printery, Chicago: 2 booklets on phonetic system
Notes by Barrett.