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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Correspondence [series]:
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Stock "Letter of Thanks" response to letters about Shaw's controversial 1914 Essay, "Common Sense About the War". Includes unsigned photograph of Shaw (Rudin # Sh-1)
Recipient : George A. Greenwood

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Political activist Shaw calls the recipient's attention to "Properly qualified men for the official staff" (Rudin # Sh-2)
Recipient : Dear Sir

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Shaw replies to Cotterill with brief note written on post card photograph of Shaw (Rudin # Sh-3)
Recipient : Erica Cotterill

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Shaw tells Cotterill to get married instead of going after married men, including him. Photo of Shaw and cameo portrait of Cotterill included (Rudin # Sh-4)
Recipient : Erica Cotterill

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Shaw criticizes Cotterill's handwriting and firmly tells her what to do (Rudin # Sh-5)
Recipient : Erica Cotterill

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Shaw offers Murray a chance to translate Cyrano de Bergerac (Rudin # Sh-6)
Recipient : Gilbert Murray, Esq.

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Shaw responds to an invitation, "You already have twelve speakers, which is about eight more than human nature can bear" (Rudin # Sh-7)
Recipient : William Poel

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Shaw discusses the first NY production of his play, "Major Barbara" (Rudin # Sh-8)
Recipient : David H. Wallace

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Shaw remarks on making a booklet, "Know Thyself", and unrelated printed card discussing Shaw's appeal for a British alphabet (Rudin # Sh-9)
Recipient : Curtis Freshel

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Shaw refuses to have his letters quoted as advertisements, protecting his literary reputation (Rudin # Sh-10)
Recipient : Phelan Gibb

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Shaw's TMS "General Maurice's alleged breach of discipline" and letter from the Daily Chronicle declining publication (Rudin # Sh-10A)
Recipient : Editor of the Daily Chronicle, My Dear Shaw

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Shaw gives his strong opinions concerning the proposed demolition of the Waterloo bridge. Accompanied by Baring's unsigned response (Rudin # Sh-12)
Recipient : Maurice Baring

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Letter of thanks for a book on hanging with a discussion of printing corrections and reference to William Morris (Rudin # Sh-13)
Recipient : H Daus, Esq.

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Shaw declines offer to publish "The Apple Cart". Including a photo of Shaw from 1932 (Rudin # Sh-14)
Recipient : Isaac Don Levine, Book League of America

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Shaw reminiscing about the first production of his play, "Arms and the Man" (Rudin # Sh-16)
Recipient : John Drinkwater

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Shaw does not like the work of painter Austin Spare and declines to go to an exhibit to purchase his art (Rudin # Sh-17)
Recipient : GS Sandilands, Esq.

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Shaw replies to McIntosh telling her there is not a part that will fit her in his new play (Rudin # Sh-18)
Recipient : Madge McIntosh

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Two applications for renewal of license for mechanically propelled road vehicles, with photo of Shaw (Rudin # Sh-20)
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Shaw sets out his views on the post-war economic relationship the allies will face versus Germany (Rudin # Sh-23)
Recipient : Professor Halperine-Kaminsky

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Response to an interview request on a printed card that declines requests to author a preface (Rudin # Sh-25)
Recipient : Ben Greet Jr.

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Letter regarding the influence of World War I on classical music (Rudin # Sh-26)
Recipient : Dear Sir

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Shaw writes about Glare Boothe Lucy's performance in "Candida" (Rudin # Sh-27)
Recipient : My dear Emarel, Mrs. Curtis Freshel

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Quoting Woodrow Wilson, Shaw responds (Rudin # Sh-28)
Recipient : Dear Sir, JT Jones

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Shaw says "You surely don't want to vote for Judas Iscariot" (Rudin # Sh-24)
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Shaw tries to persuade Actress violet Vanbrugh to play his heroine in "Man and Superman". She did not accept. Accompanied by copy of his book, catalogued separately (Rudin # Sh-29)
Recipient : Dear Mrs. Bourchier (Violet Vanbrugh)

   
Shaw responds to a request for a lock of his hair (Rudin # Sh-22)
Recipient : FE Loewenstein

  Series II. Manuscripts and Documents  
[series]:
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Auction catalogue, with GB Shaw materials (Rudin # Sh-19)
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Shaw's own carbon copy of a prologue to BBC performance of his play (Rudin # Sh-21)