A letter in the author's possession reads thus:
July. 11. 1919
TELEPHONE N°. 275 VICTORIA
6, QUEEN ANNE'S GATE
Dear Mr Kaye
I really hardly know how I can sufficiently apologise for the protracted
delay in sending my report – but it is owing to the great pressure of work – to
constant calls to various parts of the country – to my depleted staff – and
perhaps above all to almost constant neuritis in my head. However
at last I am sending my Report, which I sincerely hope that you will find
helpful in arriving at some decision.
I shall be shortly visiting Wakefield as I am asked to undertake the
design for the War Memorial in the Cathedral; and if it would be any help to
you, I might arrange to call at York and go into some details of the proposed
work at St. Sampson.
In spite of my delay you may be quite sure of my sincere interest in your
With kind regards
I am sincerely yours
Geo: H. Fellowes Prynne
What the planned work was, or whether it was carried out, has not yet been
established by the author. The church is now redundant.