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Series VI. Miscellaneous Printed Material [series]:
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GBS : The Abolition of Christmas (A letter to the editor of The Star
Photostat and envelope identified in Shaw's hand; written under the pseudonym "William Watkins Smith"

  33  
GBS : Address to University Extension Guild
Six excerpted newspaper articles, dated March 8, 1906, reporting and quoting his talk at the Imperial Institute

  33  
GBS : The alleged collapse of Socialism
In everyman; London; 32 cm; Vol. I no. 8 & 9; pp. 231, 263

  33  
GBS : Armaments & Conscription. A Triple Alliance Against War
Excerpted from The Daily Chronicle; with copies

  33  
GBS : Art Workers and the State
Article printed on p. 291; excerpted from The New Statesman; with copies

  33  
GBS : "The Atom Bomb"
Sunday Express; with copy

  33  
GBS : Aus dem Vorwort zur deutschen Ausgabe meiner Werke
In Internationale mitteilungen, Richard-Strauss-Gesellschaft. Berlin. 21 cm. no. 11. pp. 22-23; Shaw acknowledges his debt to the German culture

  33  
GBS : The Bach Choir
Letter to the Editor dated March 20; reprinted Vol. III pp. 166-7 of Shaw's Musiced. Dan H. Laurence (Bodley Head 1981); all deacidified August 1984; See also: G.B. Shaw The Bach Choir's Performance, galley proof, ca. March 17, 1894; with 3 other clippings from the Pall Mall Gazettecontaining related letters

  33  
GBS : The Bach Choir's Performance [galley proof]
Article written for The World,but not published, on the Thursday March 15 performance of the St. Matthew Passion; See: G.B. Shaw The Bach Choir, March 21, 1894; Autograph Letter Signed to Shaw from Charles Thomas, March 30, 1894; and Vol. III pp. 166-7 of Shaw's Music,ed. Dan H. Laurence (Bodley Head 1981)

  33  
GBS : Back to Methuselah - In the Beginning[proof]
Proof for the Limited Editions Club edition, published in 1939; the text of the proof is found on pp. 3-5 of the book, but in a different format; the wood engraving in the proof is found on p. 3 of the book, but in a later state

  33  
GBS : Barry Sullivan, Shakespear and Shaw
Article printed on pp. 19-23 of Strand

  33  
GBS : Basso Continuo: Mr. Bernard Shaw on Beethoven
A letter to the Editor of The Times, written October 23, 1948; with copy

  33  
GBS : "The Bayreuth Festival"
Pall Mall Budget, p. 13

  33  
GBS : "The Bayreuth Festival; Is It Worth Going To?"
Pall Mall Budgetp. 31; with copy

  33  
GBS : "Beauty and Boredom at Geneva"
The Daily Sketch;with copy

  33  
GBS : Behind the Lysenko controversy
In The Saturday Review of Literature, vol. 32, no. 16, p. 10; also contains: Muller, Herman Joseph, 1890- "It still isn't a science: a reply to George Bernard Shaw"

  33  
GBS : Bernard Shaw
Penguins Progress;Interview, pp. 22-23, 27, on the occasion of Penguin's publishing his Back To Methuselah

  33  
GBS : Bernard Shaw ne veut pas jouer au prophete
Ce Matin;Shaw's answers to a questionnaire reported by Jean d'Esme

  33  
GBS : Bernard Shaw on Amateur Actors
Chicago Tribune

  33  
GBS : "Bernard Shaw on Hardie"
Forward;reprinted from the Merthyr Pioneerwhere the article originally appeared

  33  
GBS : Bernard Shaw On Russia
North China Daily News; article printing excerpts from a speech to the Fabian Society on November 26; not in Laurence

  33  
GBS : Bernard Shaw's Works. Spellings
Instructions for compositors, presumably printed by R.& R. Clark, Ltd., for Shaw's contemplated Collected Edition; this is the only copy known to exist

  33  
GBS : Break Germany For Ever?--Nonsense!
Sunday Pictorial;Shaw's answers to five questions, printed on page 4; Laurence C3541

  33  
GBS : Brilliant Address
South China Morning Post; newspaper article excerpt consisting mostly of a transcript of Shaw's public address at the University of Hong Kong; Cf. Laurence C2991; end of article damaged; on verso is a photo of Shaw on board a ship

  33  
GBS : "Child Poverty is Only Poverty that Matters" [proof]
New York Call

  33  
GBS : Children and Copyright [galley proof]
Published Oct. 22, 1890, in The World;reprinted Vol. II pp. 177-183 of Shaw's Music,ed. Dan H. Laurence (Bodley Head 1981; deacidified Aug. 1984

  33  
GBS : Communism defined
In National newsletter; London; 25 cm.; no. 552

  33  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Contributions to The Worst Journey in the Worldby Apsley Cherry-Garrard


  33  
GBS : A Debate on Distributism
American Review; Shaw's contribution, titled "The Case for Russia," is printed on pp. 309-314; the reply by Hilaire Belloc, titled "A Letter to Bernard Shaw," is printed on pp. 314-320

  33  
GBS : A Debate on Socialism
The New Age; "part of a discussion...on Wednesday, November 18, 1908, Mr. Hilaire Belloc, M.P., in the Chair;" Shaw, G.K. Chesterton, and Cecil Chesterton are the quoted participants; printed on pp. 419-421

  34  
GBS : Collected Letters: 1911-1925 [corrected proofs]
670 numbered leaves, with 39 typescript leaves inserted; corrections are in hand of the editor, Dan H. Laurence

  35  
GBS : I Am a Classic
Excerpt of article printed on p. 19 of Hearst's,New York; full title: "I Am a Classic: But Am I a Shakespeare Thief?" cartoon drawing of Shaw by James Montgomery Flagg accompanies the article

  35  
GBS : I Would Drop A-Bomb on Manchester
Excerpted lead article on p. 1 of Splash!monthly newspaper, printing in facsimile Shaw's answers to a questionnaire

  35  
GBS : "If I Were a Clerk Again"
p. 251 of Tit-Bits; with copies

  35  
GBS : "Illusions and Idolatries."
The Daily Worker; commentary on the coronation of George VI; with copies

  35  
GBS : The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism & Capitalism [advance description]
Excerpted description in Constable's Monthly List by Shaw of his forthcoming book, printed on pages 1-2; with note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; with copies

  35  
GBS : Interview with H.F.S.
Excerpted from The Westminster Gazette;on his purpose in writing plays; with copy

  35  
GBS : "Iren sind ein, auserwähtles volk."


  35  
GBS : "Is British Democracy a Lie? A Challenge to Mr. Woodburn, M.P."
Forward;concerns the Party System in the British Parliament; with copies

  35  
GBS : "Is Christianity a Failure?"
Printed in The Flying Dutchman;written during Shaw's career on The Star,although it was not published there; also included is an accompanying article by Dan Laurence

  35  
GBS : "It Serves Us Right!"
Article printed on p. 309 of the Penny Pictorialon economics; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; with copies

  35  
GBS : La "Jeanne d'Arc" de Bernard Shaw
Excerpted questionnaire interview, in French, printed on front page of the Paris newspaper Comoedia;found in Werner Jung's book "La Jeanne d'Arc" de Bernard Shaw (Bruxelles 1925); with bibliographic information on a card from Dan H. Laurence; with copies

  35  
GBS : "Jenner"
Article on pp. 678-680 of The Nation & The Atheneumon Edward Jenner

  35  
GBS : "Joy Riding at the War Front. II - The Technique of War."
Printed in the Daily C[hronicle?], London; Shaw's impressions of the front; with copies

  35  
GBS : "The King, the Constitution, and the Lady."
Printed in the Evening Standard, p.7, December 5, 1936;; a "Fictitious Dialogue" on the subject of Edward VIII's romance with Wallis Simpson; with copies

  35  
GBS : The Late Sire Henry Irving and Mr. Bernard Shaw
Printed in the Morning Post;letter by Shaw to the Editor, dated "Dec. 2" followed by three letters by others to the Editor concerning Major Barbara;with a related newspaper clipping of Oct. 25, 1905 concerning Shaw's comments on Sir Henry Irving; with copies

  35  
GBS : Letter to Irish Times
Brief article printed in Timeunder heading "Litterateurs" clipped from p. 45 and identified in hand of Dan H. Laurence; the text of Shaw's letter is quoted; with copy

  35  
GBS : Letters to the Editor
Printed in St. Martin's [?] Review;three letters concerning his article "The Author As Manual Laborer" and his proposal for a new British alphabet; to the clipping is attached the label of a clipping service; on a paper pasted to this label Shaw has written "Author"; with copy

  35  
GBS : Literature and Art
Article printed in The Christian Commonwealthis from notes on a lecture Shaw gave in the City Temple; with copies

  35  
GBS : "Mad Do...?"
Printed in the Sunday Express; full title supplied by Dan H. Laurence in letter to J. Tyler, December 23, 1979; Mad Dogs--Bad Men: Both Should Be Killed Without Compunction; with copies

  35  
GBS : Mr. Henry Seiffert's Concert
Printed in The Star; a column of music criticism, signed C. DI B., i.e. Corno di Bassetto, Shaw's pseudonym; with identifying note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; with copy

  35  
GBS : Mr. Shaw's Clash with Tolstoy
Article printed in the Evening Standardby Shaw, on pp. 7 & 9, incorporating his letter to Lev N. Tolstoí, February 14, 1910; and Tolstoí's letter to him, May 9, 1910; with copies

  35  
GBS : Mrs. Warren's Profession: Title page
Edition published by Grant Richards in London, and printed by R.& R. Clark, Ltd. in Edinburgh; with copies

  35  
GBS : Mosley, by Shaw
Printed in Daily Express; Shaw's answers to a questionnaire put to him by Miss Wheeler Ryan concerning the release from prison of Sir Oswald Mosley; with copy

  35  
GBS : Movietone Shaw, or Chaff for All
Article printed in Boston Evening Transcriptquoting Shaw's talk for a Movietone newsreel; with copy

  35  
GBS : The Mozart Centenary
Printed on pp. 755-756 of The Illustrated London News; with copies

  35  
GBS : "Neutrality would mean invasion"
Article printed in Sunday Chroniclelabelled by Durrant's Press Cuttings; title continues: "G.B.S. says Eire must be on our side"

  35  
GBS : Note by Mr. Bernard Shaw on invitation "to a Private View of a Woolworth Exhibition of Pictures by Gertrude Harvey"
With a note by Bernard Burgunder and two clipped newspaper reviews of the exhibit

  35  
GBS : A Note to "Androcles and the Lion"
New York; a 4-page leaflet distributed at the first American production of Androclesin New York; with explanatory note on stationary of James F. Drake; for another copy See: SHAW PR 5363 A85 1914b

  35  
GBS : Notes On The Way [fragment]
Printed in Time and Tide; this leaf includes the first two pages (1423-4) of the article; for a complete copy See: SHAW DT 387.8 S53++

  35  
GBS : Old Bachelor Sam Butler
Printed in The Observer; review of The Essential Samuel Butler,edited by G.D.H. Cole

  35  
GBS : On Panama's far distant Isthmus
Newspaper clipping, describing a Christmas card with picture of Shaw and Frances Day (She in Buoyant Billions) and with poem by Shaw, reprinted in the clipping, beginning "On Panama's..."

  35  
GBS : Bernard Shaw on Religion: An Interview
photocopy on acid-free paper, made from the original article printed on pp. 28-29 of Vol. 48, No. 7 (July 1922) of Pearson's Magazine; for the original, See: Pearson's Magazine

  35  
GBS : Bernard Shaw on the Golden West
Photocopy, on acid-free paper, made from the original article printed on p. 158 of Vol. 38, No. 4 (October 1917) of Pearson's Magazine; incorporated in the article is a transcript and partial facsimile of Autograph Letter Signed from Shaw to Frank Harris, July 31, 1917; for the original of this issue, See: Pearson's Magazine

  35  
GBS : Bernard Shaw on the War
Photocopy, on acid-free paper, made from the original article printed on p. 418 of Vol. 38, No. 10 (April 1918) of Pearson's Magazine; for the original, See: Pearson's Magazine

  35  
GBS : Oxford Might Be Made An Asylum!
Report printed on p. 9 of unidentified newspaper quoting a speech by Shaw in which he criticizes British University education

  35  
GBS : Personality Interview No. I
An interview concerning Shaw's attitude toward psychic phenomena, conducted by Fred Archer, and printed on pp. 1-2 of Psychic News

  35  
GBS : The Pith of the Jest
"An interview with G.W. Bishop" on pp. 11-12 of Theatre Guild Magazine, concerning The Apple Cart; followed on pp. 13-17 by P. Beaumont Wadsworth's article "Other Apple Carts"

  35  
GBS : "The Revolt Against Marriage"
Printed in John O'London's Weekly

  35  
GBS : Rungs of the Ladder - IX
Radio talk printed on pp. 73-75, 108 of The Listener

  35  
GBS : Sandridge dump - articles
Articles printed Jan. 4, 1923 in Daily Chronicle;Jan. 4, 1923 in The Star; Mar. 4 and Jan. 6, 1923 in Herts Advertiserfrom Shaw's clipping service

  35  
GBS : "Shaw Agus Siúd"
Collection of statements by Shaw on the Gaelic revival printed in Inoiu

  35  
GBS : Shaw in the Lion's Den
Paragraph quoted from Shaw, beginning "Man is the only animal," printed on p. 34 of publication identified in pencil as "R.D."

  35  
GBS : Shaw Looks at Life at Seventy
Illustrated interview conducted by George Sylvester Viereck and printed on pp. 7-10 of Liberty; marked "Scrap book" in Shaw's hand

  35  
GBS : "Shaw on Smoke"
Republication of a speech Shaw made at the annual meeting of the Coal Smoke Abatement Society in 1911; printed in Smokeless Air

  35  
GBS : Shaw Pays His Respects to Evils of Prohibition
Revised version of a speech delivered by Shaw to the World Prohibition Federation in Caxton Hall, October 22 or 23, 1931; printed in Boston Herald

  35  
GBS : Shaw Reveals Who Was Candida
Article printed in Evening Standardby Shaw, with a reply by Beverly Baxter; Laurence C 3558

  35  
GBS : "Shaw tells why he wrote Saint Joan"
Broadside issued by the Theatre Guild at the period of their production of Saint Joan; with a note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  35  
GBS : Shaw's Latest
Photocopy, on acid-free paper, made from the original article printed on p. 20 of Vol. 39, No. 1 (May 1918) of Pearson's Magazine; the article is datelined March 5, 1918, and is probably excerpted from a letter by Shaw to Frank Harris; with copies on pp. 22-27 on which is printed Oscar Wilde in Prison - Chapter XVII, by Frank Harris, who offers it as "a specimen chapter of my 'Life of Oscar Wilde'" with copies also of pp. 38-42 on which is printed an article titled James Joyce, by Padraic Colum; for the original of this issue, See: Pearson's Magazine

  35  
GBS : Socialism for Millionaires - proof
A fragment of a proof sheet, with note in Shaw's hand: "Cut out of the Fabian reprint of Socialism for Millionaires"; with note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  35  
GBS : Socialism and the middle class, broadside for a lecture by Shaw
Croydon

  35  
GBS : A Socialist Programme
Excerpt of an article printed in The Clarion; subtitled: The Gentle Art of Unpleasantness

  35  
GBS : The Solution of the Censorship Problem
Article printed on pp. 628-631 of The Academy

  35  
GBS : The Solution of the Censorship Problem
Photostat of an article printed on pp. 628-631 of The Academy

  35  
GBS : The South African Question
Consists of responses by Walter Crane, A.E. Fletcher, and Frank Colebrook to an article by Shaw of the previous week printed in The Clarion

  35  
GBS : Sovjet-Tyssland...
Photocopies of three articles by Shaw, printed in Swedish, in Stockholms-Tidningen

  35  
GBS : Surprises from Russia
Half-page article, printed in The Sunday Express; "World copyright reserved"

  36  
GBS : A Talk with George Bernard Shaw
Excerpted interview in The Music Student, signed "P.A.S." on Shaw's views of British music; followed by his "Is Music of Any 'National Importance,'" a letter to the Editor of the Western Daily Press, August 27, 1916

  36  
GBS : Theatre Managers and Film Rights
Printed in The Author Playwright and Composer

  36  
GBS : "These reminiscences of Mr. Vincent..."
Quote by Shaw appears for publicity purposes on the dust wrapper of the 1st edition of Aspects of Wilde,by Vincent O'Sullivan

  36  
GBS : To the Audience at the Kingsway Theatre
A letter concerning John Bull's Other Island,printed under an introduction with the heading: Mr. Bernard Shaw and His Audiences. A Personal Appeal from the Author of John Bull's Other Island; printed in Pall Mall Gazette

  36  
GBS : 'Ulster Always Able to Bully Westminster'
Questionnaire, with Shaw's answers, printed on p. 3 of Anti-Partition News; with indentifying note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  36  
GBS : The War Indemnities!
Photocopy, on acid-free paper, made from the original article printed on pp. 444-445 of Vol. 46, No. 12 (June 1921) of Pearson's Magazine; for the original, See: Pearson's Magazine

  36  
GBS : The War Indemnities
Photostats of pp. 395-7 of Vol. XXXV of The American Mercurygiving text of the "playlet" first printed in Pearson's Magazine,June 1921; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  36  
GBS : "War Reputations"
Printed in To-Day

  36  
GBS : "Well-printed books"
A single sentence excerpted from Shaw's essay On Modern Typographyand printed by Roderick Cave; No. 1 of 33 copies; See: Laurence A136

  36  
GBS : "What I Think About Broadcasting"
Printed in Radio Times

  36  
GBS : What Is the Use of an Arts Club? [announcement]
Printed flyer announcing a lecture by Shaw in the Philosophical Hall, Leeds; the date '1905' is added in Shaw's handwriting

  36  
GBS : Who Is Frank Harris?
Photocopy, on acid-free paper, made from the original article printed on pp. 258-9 of Vol. 39, No. 5 (Sept. 1918) of Pearson's Magazine; with a copy of p. 272 on which is printed an article by Theodore Dreiser titled True Art Speaks Plainly; and with a copy of p. 280, on which is printed an article by Frank Harris, titled The Handwriting of Great Writers, which includes a brief paragraph on Shaw's handwriting; for the original of this issue, See: Pearson's Magazine

  36  
GBS : The Yahoos
Photocopy, edited in hand of Dan H. Laurence

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, "Conversation Pieces"


  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of The Observer, "Mr. Bernard Shaw's Translator"


  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, "Mr. Shaw on Printed Plays"


  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, "Mr. Shaw's Originals," reprinted from Cornhill


  36  
GBS : Letter to Smith, Elder & Co.
Printed facsimile of Shaw's letter seeking a publisher for his novel Love Among the Artists;in a clipping from The Sunday Times,July 11, 1948

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, Haslemere & Hindhead Herald,"Socialism and Individualism"
Farnham; holograph identification in Shaw's hand

  36  
GBS : Letters to "Marxian" George Samuels on the Boer War. Printed in The Labour Leader,XII (January 6, 1900), 1-2
Printed under the title "London, Shaw, and War"

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, London Times[strike-off print]
London; title: "The National Shakespeare Theatre and the New Repertory Theatres;" rather than strictly a galley, this item appears to be a strike-off or off-print; begins "Sir / The anarchist that is latent in every"

  36  
GBS : Letter to Editor of The Times
Headlined "National Insurance and Political Tactics. Mr. Shaw's Protest;" printed on pp. 9-10 of the London Times

  36  
GBS : Letter to Lugne-Poe [extract]
Printed in L'Oeuvre; Shaw portrays himself as a shark who devours dramatists

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, The Nation
Newspaper clipping; printed under title: "Equality of Income;" begins "Sir / I am not going to let Mr. Leonard Hobhouse out of it / quite so easily as that"

  36  
GBS : Letter to Ellen Terry, missing from published version of Shaw-Terry correspondence
Printed copy of the letter, which was kept from publication by Gordon Craig; includes note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  36  
GBS : Letter to Editor of The Daily Citizen
Title here: "Call You This Discipline?" concerns Shaw's Common Sense About The War

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of The Daily News;"The Irish Executions"
Concerns the Sinn Fein

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, The New Statesman [galley]
Title: "The Case Against Chesterton;" begins "Sir / If Mr. Chesterton is righting himself gradually"

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor Manchester Guardian
Newspaper clipping; concerns proposed execution of Sir Roger Casement; with 2 copies; begins "Sir / As several English newspapers have answered the above question vehemently"

  36  
GBS : Letters to Arnold White
Quoted in "Our Handbook. G.B.S. and the Army Council. Things to Remember"; published in The RefereeApril 8, 1917

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of The Times
Printed in Times Literary Supplement; concerns variations in the different texts of his plays

  36  
GBS : Letter to Editor of The United Methodist
Labeled by clipping service (for Shaw?); refers to Shaw's Androcles and the Lion, preface

  36  
GBS : Letter to W.F. Tomalin
London; begins "Dear Mr. Tomalin / I hope you will succeed in getting a substantial endowment for your hospital"

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of Welwyn Garden City Pilot
Letter reprinted in the Daily Newsconcerning Shaw's preface to The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet

  36  
GBS : Letter: Letters to John Farleigh (with notes by Farleigh)
Correspondence concerning the illustrations to The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God(Constable, 1932); extracted from London Mercury,March 1937

  36  
GBS : Letter to London Mercury
Titled: The Typography of G.B.S.; Laurence 2565

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy
Contained in body of article in The Daily Chronicleheadlined: "G.B.S. Declines the Nobel £6,000"; date in Shaw's hand

  36  
GBS : Letter to ?
Part of a letter in shorthand reproduced to illustrate an article in Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education"G.B.S. and Pitman's Shorthand;" with typed transcription on separate leaf

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of Commonweal, Michael Williams, "Bernard Shaw and Mexico"
The Universe

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of Forward, "Was Bernard Shaw in the Secret Service?"
On Shaw's "Activities in the Great War"

  36  
GBS : Letter to Editor of The Observer
Here titled: "Bernard Shaw 'Relics.' A Warning from the Author. The Locke Annotations;" dated in ink in Shaw's hand (according to Dan H. Laurence)

  36  
GBS : Letter to H.H. Hammond
On American criticism of his play How He Lied To Her Husband;quoted in article in Sunday Dispatch"G.B.S. Hits Hollywood"

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Article in South China Morning Posttitled: Back From Moscow; originally published in The Times,August 13, 1931; Laurence 2918

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of The Observer"Habit and the Evolutionary Process"


  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of the Daily Dispatch,"Mr. Shaw and the Kodo Menace"
Date is in Shaw's hand

  36  
GBS : Letter to Editor of The Irish Times
Here titled "Bernard Shaw on Casement Diaries;" published on pp. 131-34 of Shaw's The Matter with Ireland,ed. Dan H. Laurence (1962); see also letters to Shaw from M.J. MacManus

  36  
GBS : Letter to Editor of The Irish Times
Here titled "The Casement Documents;" published on pp. 134-35 of Shaw's The Matter with Ireland, ed. Dan H. Laurence (1962); see also letters to Shaw from M.J. MacManus

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Subsidizing the Theatre"; Laurence 3205

  36  
GBS : Letter to Daily Telegraph
Titled: "The 'Cat' and the Taxpayer"; Laurence 3241

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of The Sunday Times[galley proof]
London; an answer to an article by Desmond McCarthy

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Observer
Titled: "New Shaw Play and Germany" Laurence 3266

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor of The Times,"Molotov Is Right, Says Shaw"
Excerpted from the Daily Worker

  36  
GBS : Letter to Daily Telegraph
Titled: "Defence of Authors"; with copy

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "English Usage"; Laurence 3463

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Coming Budget: Taxes and the Vicar of Bray"; Laurence 3510

  36  
GBS : Letter to the Editor, Forward[galley]
Concerns neutrality of Eire in World War II; begins "When the Irish Free State was established"

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Basic English and Spelling"; Laurence 3520

  36  
GBS : Letter Signed: to H.M. Stationery Office
Ayot St. Lawrence; a letter on Shaw's pet project of aplphabet reform, for which he eventually left money in his will; with notes by Dan Laurence and Bernard Burgunder; begins "Dear Colonel Controller / I am at present making my will. As I intend leaving"

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Bringing Up the Child"; Laurence 3532

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Care of Children"; Laurence 3537

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Atomic Bomb"; two copies; Laurence 3605

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Budget and Surtax"; Laurence 3616

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Mr. Raphael Roche"; Laurence 3618

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Orthography of the Bomb"; two copies; Laurence 3624

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Caesar and Cleopatra"; two copies; Laurence 3625

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Medical Practice"; Laurence 3683

  36  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Emrys Hughes [initialled]
Newspaper reproduction from Forward,July 27, 1946; begins "I like not the Common Good."

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Doctors' Powers"; Laurence 3670

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Nuremberg"; Laurence 3683

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Power from the Tides"; Laurence 3707

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Farm Management"; Laurence 3716

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Collective Farming"; Laurence 3720

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Collective Farming"; Laurence 3723

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Contemporary Arts"; Laurence 3740

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Lord Passfield"; Laurence 3757

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Westminster Abbey"; Laurence 3759

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Capital Punishment"; two copies; Laurence 3766

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Rebuilding Babel"; Laurence 3810

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Rebuilding Babel"; Laurence 3811

  36  
The Times
Titled: "Basso Continuo"; Laurence 3823

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Author's Gamble"; Laurence 3838

  36  
GBS : Letter to Mr. Pitman
Excerpt from The Times; the text of the letter is quoted in a report of the debate in the House of Commons on March 11, 1949, concerning spelling reform; also quoted is an excerpt from a letter by Shaw to Mr. Follick

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Westminster Phonetics"; Laurence 3849

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Censorship of Plays"; Laurence 3850

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "'Guest Citizens' of Britain"; Laurence 3854

  36  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Thoreau Society


  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "The Wages Paradox"; Laurence 3910

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Divorce Law Reform"; Laurence 3921

  36  
GBS : Letter to The Times
Titled: "Story of British 'Communism'"; Laurence 3929

  36  
GBS : Letters to Ellen Terry
Two previously unpublished cards to Ellen Terry, one dated January 19, 1920, the other undated, printed on p. 6 of The Literary Repository

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GBS : Verse on card with drawing by Stanley Parker


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GBS : Reviews
Various publications; list of articles included in manuscript folder concerning The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God

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Pearson, Hesketh : Advice to a Young CriticReviews
"Shavian Advice" printed in The Listener

  37  
Forster, Peter : Androcles and the LionReviews
"Shaw and the Lion" printed in John O'London's Weekly

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The Apple CartReviews
Ervine, St. John Greer: "Mr. Shaw's Superb Pantomime" August 25, 1929; Powell, Dilys: "Ideas and the Play" August 19, 1929?; and Purdom, Charles Benjamin: "Another Go At The Apple Cart" September 5, 1929 Everyman

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GBS : Arms and the ManFilm brochure
Four-page supplement from Illustrierte Film-Bühnepublishing photographs from the German film Helden;with this is filed an illustrated article on the same film, excerpted from a periodical dated 1958

  37  
GBS : Arms and the ManReviews
Trewin, John Courtena y: "Shavian Joke" July 20, 1953; Hoyt, Charles Bamfield, in Official Metropolitan Guide,Nov. 1, 1925: p. 21 interview with Pedro de Cordoba, taking the part of Sergius; Bertrand, Sandra: "Remember George Bernard Shaw?" (Our Town,New York, Nov. 14, 1975; gift of Preston Beyer

  37  
GBS : Augustus Does His BitReviews
"New York Critics on a Shaw Play"

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Trewin, John Courtenay : Buoyant BillionsReviews
"Buoyant Bernard" published in John O'London's Weeklyon September 2, 1949; and in Punchon August 24, 1949

  37  
GBS : Caesar and CleopatraSet design
One blueprint, one photocopy of designs for production at the Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake

  37  
GBS : CandidaReviews, advertisements
Fabre, Eugene. Candida de Shaw. n.d.; J., J. Candida. n.d.; Morgan, Charles. Of Miss Ann Harding as Candida. 1937; The Literary Digest, Feb. 7, 1925. "The Acting in 'Candida'"

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GBS : Cashel Byron's ProfessionReviews, Criticism, advertisements
Advertisement from Walter Scott

  37  
GBS : The Chocolate Soldier.Book of words for the opera
London; written by Rudolf Bernauer and Leopold Jacobson; English version by Stanislaus Stange; The Chocolate Soldieris based on Shaw's Arms and the Man

  37  
GBS : Collected Letters: 1874-1897Reviews
Stanley Weintraub in the Saturday Review, November 13, 1965, pp. 45 and 67; with unsigned review in Time, January 21, 1966, pp. 83-84

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GBS : Collected Letters: 1911-1925Reviews
John Carey in The Sunday Times(London), June 2, 1985 (with caricature of Shaw based on photo in the Burgunder Collection); John Gross in The New York Times, June 18, 1985; Hugh Kenner in The New York Times Book Review, June 30, 1985; Samuel Hynes in The New Republic, July 15 & 22, 1985

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GBS : Collected Plays with Their PrefacesReviews
John Simon in The New York Times Book Review, November 2, 1975; with Warren S. Smith's "G.B. Shaw at 119 - Indication of Immortality" (NY Times, November 2, 1975)

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GBS : Cymbeline RefinishedReviews, advertisements
"Shaw Tells Why He Revised Bard."

  37  
GBS : The Devil's DiscipleReviews
Albert White Vorse in Gallery of Plays and Players, No. 12. New York, 1897

  37  
GBS : DiariesReviews, criticism, advertisements
Cullen, Tom. A. "Diaries of Shaw Boring Documents." February 5, 1964 Times-Leader

  37  
GBS : The Doctor's DilemmaReviews, Criticism, advertisements
Advertisements from Constable & Co.

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GBS : Everybody's Political What's What?Reviews
Brown, Ivor. "All About All."

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GBS : Far-Fetched FablesReviews, criticisms


  37  
GBS : The Fascinating FoundlingReviews, criticisms


  37  
GBS : Florence Farr, Bernard Shaw and W.B. YeatsReviews, Criticisms
The Times Literary Supplement

  37  
GBS : GenevaReviews, advertisements
Flyer from Constable advertising the first edition

  37  
GBS : Getting MarriedReviews
"Shaw's Getting Married."n.d.; The Daily Telegraph, May 13, 1908 (2 copies)

  37  
GBS : Back to MethuselahReviews, Criticism
Unsigned review, in the London Times?of a performance at the Court Theatre; apparently to be dated Feb. 20, 1924

  37  
GBS : Heartbreak HouseReviews
Ervine, St. John. "Mr. Shaw in Despair." October 23, 1921 The Observer; Farjeon, Herbert. "Bernard Shaw's Best Play." April 9, 1943. John O'London; Pearson, Hesketh. "...Shaw's favourite play." April 6, 1951. Radio Times

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GBS : How He Lied To Her HusbandReviews, Criticisms
The SunNew York

  37  
GBS : In Good King Charles's Golden DaysReviews
"Bernard Shaw and a Biographer."

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GBS : The Inca of PerusalemReviews
Ein leichtes Spiel mit schweren Dingen (April 17, 1959; Die Tat,Zürich)

  37  
GBS : The Intelligent Woman's Guide to SocialismReviews, Criticism, advertisements
Ad from Book-of-the-Month Club

  37  
GBS : The Irrational KnotReviews
Books and Bookishness, by C.W. Mason (article inscribed to Shaw by Mason, from The Brooklyn Daily EagleOctober 26, 1905)

  37  
GBS : Jitta's AtonementReviews
"G.B.S." Opens up New Field; January 27, 1925 Daily News

  37  
GBS : John Bull's Other IslandReviews
Ervine, St. John. "John Bull's Other Island." July 6, 1951

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GBS : Major BarbaraFilm souvenir program


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GBS : Major BarbaraReviews
"'Major Barbara' Revived."

  37  
GBS : Man and SupermanReviews, Criticism
Pearson, Hesketh. "The Comedy Shaw Wrote Around his Gospel." n.d.; Eder, Richard. "Shaw Still Has the Power to Captivate." ( New York Times,September 4, 1977); Punch, September 16, 1903; Coda,July 1952 (advert for a Columbia recording of Don Juan in Hell, read by Charles Laughton, Charles Boyer, Cedric Hardwicke, and Agnes Moorehead)

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GBS : Man and SupermanCostume design - Ann Whitefield
8.5 x 11.5 color print for Ann Whitefield's costume in Act IV; with identification added on verso

  37  
GBS : MisallianceReviews
Daily Telegraph,February 24, 1910; deacidified August 1984

  37  
GBS : Document: Box office receipts from the 1908 American tour ofMrs. Warren's Profession
Pittsburgh, and Appleton

  37  
GBS : Mrs. Warren's ProfessionFilm brochure
8-page supplement from Illustrierte Film-Bühneproviding many photographs from the German film Frau Warrens Gewerbe

  37  
GBS : Mrs. Warren's ProfessionReviews
Wilhelm Michel in Münchner Neueste Nachrichten, No. 314, July 8, 1908, p. 2; E?V? Knox, in PunchOctober 7, 1925

  37  
GBS : O'Flaherty V.C.Reviews
Ervine, St. John. "The Secret History of O'Flaherty V.C.December 12, 1920 in The Observer

  37  
GBS : The PhilandererReviews
New York Tribune,December 29, 1913; New York Sun,December 29, 1913; New York Herald,December 29, 1913; all deacidified August 1984

  37  
GBS : Preface to Great ExpectationsReviews
Russell, John. "Mr. Shaw on Dickens." August 14, 1947

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GBS : PrefacesReviews
Ervine, St. John. "Mr. Shaw Sums Himself Up." August 17, 1934 in The Observer

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GBS : Pygmalion
Mander, R., Mitchenson, J. "Shaw's Borrowed Plot." May 10, 1958 in Daily Telegraph; Darlington, W. A. "Fairer than Shaw to his Lady." May 5, 1958 in Daily Telegraph

  37  
GBS : The Quintessence of IbsenismReviews, Criticisms, advertisements
Ad from S. Fischer, Verlag, Berlin

  37  
GBS : Rhyming Picture Guide to Ayot St. LawrenceReviews, criticisms


  37  
GBS : Saint JoanReviews, criticisms


  37  
GBS : The Shewing-Up of Blanco PosnetReviews, Criticisms
Noguchi, Yone. Western Drama in the East. The Graphic,February 18, 1911

  37  
GBS : The Shewing-Up of Blanco PosnetReviews, criticisms
Five newspaper cuttings dated May 22, August 21, 22, 24, 26; the cutting of May 9 reports an interview with Shaw; that of Aug. 24 prints a letter from Shaw to W.B. Yeats dated Aug. 22, as well as letters to and from Lady Gregory

  37  
GBS : The Simpleton of the Unexpected IslesReviews and advertisements
Flyer from Constable advertising the first edition of The Simpleton, The Six, and The Millionairess

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GBS : Sixteen Self-SketchesReviews


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GBS : Too True To Be Good
"F., R.J." "G.B.S. Defents Too Truefrom Failure." October 28, 1932 in Daily Telegraph; London TimesAugust 7, 1932; E.A. Baughan, News Chronicle,August 8, 1932; James Agate, Sunday Times,September 18, 1932; London Times,August 11, 1932; Hobe, Variety,March 20, 1963; Melvin Maddocks, Christian Science Monitor,March 15, 1963

  37  
GBS : Translations and TomfooleriesReviews
"Mr. Shaw at Play." November [1926?] in Times LIterature Supplement

  37  
GBS : Widowers' HousesReviews, Criticisms, advertisements
Williams, Stephen, "'Widowers' Houses': Play or Pamphlet?" n.d.; Ad from Independent Theatre Series

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GBS : You Never Can TellReviews, criticisms


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GBS : Works of George Bernard Shaw
Advertisements, publisher's catalogues, solicitations, etc.; not related to any particular work by Shaw; filed at bottom of box marked: "Misc. Printed Material" Works of George Bernard Shaw