The Development Commission established by Lloyd George in 1909 became the Rural Industries Intelligence Bureau.
They had offices in Westminster Bridge Road, London and their archives are in the National Archives, London.
From 1934, they employed Marianne Straub to help Welsh mills to create new fabric designs.
Sutton, Ann, The Textiles of Wales, (1987), pp. 27-28
Winifred Coombe Tennant wrote to them in 1924 requesting lists of firms that made hand-woven woollen fabrics in Wales