Letterbook of outgoing correspondence, pages 360-718 - includes letters to Frances MacNair re: unable to undertake enamel and metalwork classes (367); W Heath Wilson re: a visit to the School (374); to Rodin requesting the reproduction of one of his statues (403); Hilaire Belloc re: lecturing at GSA (424); the Formal Opening Masque (448, 474-5, 477, 504, 621, 645, 653, 666 & 683); notes to Mr. Baltus about presenting a lecture (498); to Charles McLure & R. Currie Robertson re: scholarship travel in Spain (518, 577); the Opening Exhibition of past student's work (548); E. Lagorara, Italian Consul General for Italy re: explanation of 1902 Turin Exhibition (575); E.A. Hornel re: the loan of a painting (599); correspondence, re: the Diploma and design for the certificate (608-9, 629); to Mr Rennie re: the best way to lecture to Art Students (620); to Dr. Struthers, Scottish Education Department re: a visit by Newbery to Egypt, Greece and Constantinople (695). Letters re: the New Building: choice of School Chairs by Mackintosh & Newbery (382); fittings required by Pr. Baltus for the Composition Department (387); to Mackintosh requesting that the furnishing of rooms be hurried forward (397); Scott St. Railings -problems with children climbing on them (407); the furnishing of the Dark Room as (410); to Professor Britten re: the Professor's Private Studios (418); to architects re: easels (428); stone carving room (445); coloured stickers on furniture to keep them in their correct rooms (491); to A. Proudfoot re: furnishing the Common Room (514); to Mackintosh re: fittings for the Metalwork Rooms (528); to Mackintosh re: tree trunk in Metalwork rooms (572); to Mackintosh re: screens between Architecture and Ornament Rooms (673). Please note: DIR/5/5 is Vol 2 of DIR/5/4.