full text File Size: 302 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I Manuscripts [series]:
  1  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript [fragment] "actually claims to be the first playwright to put sexual love on the stage,..."
See: Harris, Frank. Bernard Shaw. New York, 1931. p. 233.; with transcript

  1  
GBS : Address Book
Made from the Microfilm of the address book in the British Museum, numbered 50715

  1  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Address Book
  1  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: Address to the U.S.A. [fragment]
Includes note by GBS dated April 7, 1942; See: p. 322 of R. Mander & J. Mithcenson, Theatrical Companion to Shaw (London 1954) for text and circumstances

  1  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Address to the U.S.A.
From the Tunney Collection

 
Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [subseries]:
 
Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God
Made from various states of the wood engravings prepared by John Farleigh for the book published in December 1932; all items formed part of the Black Girl Collection, acquired by Cornell in October 1984

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 1) Title page
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 2) Headpiece with capital W
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 3) Lord of Hosts
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 4) God of Job
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 5) Ecclesiastes
3 leaves mounted together on stationery of M.H. Mushlin

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 6) King Richard the Lion
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 7) Micah
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 8) Myopic professor
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 9) Roman soldier
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 10) Conjuror
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 11) Ancient fisherman
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 12) Explorers
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 13) Sculptor
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 14) Arab
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 15) Voltaire
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 16) Irishman
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 17) Too busy to search
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 18) Headpiece of typewriter and books
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 19) Peace
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 20) Tailpiece of spear and harp
(See also #21)

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 21) Endpapers
One proof used for trial layout of front and back covers of the book; also contains proof of Tailpiece of spear and harp

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration proofs] 22) Back cover design
 
Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God
Preparatory sketches, for the book published in December 1932; all items formed part of the Black Girl Collection, acquired by Cornell in October 1984

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 1) Title page
On verso is written Shaw's autographed letter signed to Farleigh

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 2) Title page
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 3) Title page
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 4) Headpiece with capital W
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 5) Lord of Hosts
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 6) God of Job
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 7) Ecclesiastes
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 8) Ecclesiastes
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 9) King Richard the Lion
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 10) Micah
Also contains a note in Shaw's hand on verso

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 11) Micah
With a hinged overlay; on verso is Shaw's autographed letter signed to Farleigh

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 12) Micah
With note on verso by Shaw; (see also #34)

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 13) Micah
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 14) Myopic professor
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 15) Myopic professor
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 16) Beanstalk
Drawn on verso of printed proof sheet, numbered 64, and including the heading "Thou Art The Man," for the "Preface on Doctors" to Shaw's play The Doctor's Dilemma.

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 17) Roman soldier as Bobadil
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 18) Roman soldier as Tin Wellington
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 19) Roman soldier, 1st version
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 20) Roman soldier, 2nd version
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 21) Conjuror, on Malvern Hotel stationery
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 22) Conjuror, on plain stationery
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 23) Conjuror
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 24) Ancient fisherman
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 25) Explorers
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 26) Sculptor
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 27) Arab
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 28) Voltaire
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 29) Irishman
With draft of Shaw's autographed manuscript; colophon note written on verso

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 30) Irishman, 1st version
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 31) Irishman, 2nd version
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 32) Too busy to search
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 33) Headpiece of typewriter and books
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 34) Headpiece of typewriter and books
With note by Shaw; drafts for Micah on verso

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 35) Headpiece of typewriter and books
  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 36) Peace
With note by Shaw

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 37) Peace
With note by Shaw

  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 38) Tailpiece of spear and harp
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 39) Endpaper design, single unit
  1  
Farleigh : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [Illustration sketches] 40) Cover design
  1  
GBS : The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [proof sheets]
Made from Photostats of originals in National Library of Scotland; showing autograph revisions by Shaw

  1  
GBS : Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God [pre-proof] Title page
Trial layouts for title and imprint, including beginning of text, and proof of the Sculptor engraving; formed part of the Black Girl Collection; ink notes on 2 proofs by John Farleigh

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for God [stage version]
"Adapted for the stage by Christopher Isherwood;" with a copy of the printed program of the first and only production of this version (Mark Taper Forum, 1968); gifts of Gordon Davidson

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Anecdote of an incident which took place on the opening night of On the Rocks
With holograph additions and notes by Shaw

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: "after Flaxman" [& drawing]
Probably Shaw was caricaturing John (1755-1826) Flaxman's drafting style, parodying "The Pilgrim of Love" by Flaxman, or making facetious comparison with his own draughtsmanship

  2  
GBS : American Patriots and Persecutions: A Letter by G. Bernard Shaw
On acid-free paper; made from original article printed on p. 388 of Vol. 41, No. 9 of Pearson's Magazine; with a copy of p. 386 on which is printed a paragraph by Shaw about Woodrow Wilson, from a letter to Frank Harris. See: Pearson's Magazine for the original

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Androcles and the Lion
Date unknown; with some stage directions in margins, mostly in pencil

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Annajanska
Rehearsal notes; produced at the Coliseum, January 21, 1918; copy included

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Answers to interview questions
In red ink, "Exclusive to Miss Dorothy Royal" to two typed questions; one on the capabilities of the Labour Government, the other on prospects for polygamy in postwar Europe

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Answers to questions on divorce
Three typed questions with Shaw's holograph answers

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Arms and the Man; Great Catherine; You Never Can Tell
Rehearsal notes for the productions of Arms and the Man (December 11, 1919); Great Catherine (February 17, 1921); You Never Can Tell (November 19, 1920)

  2  
GBS : Designs for men's costumes for Arms and the Man
  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Arms and the Man & The Chocolate Soldier
Also contains photocopy of another typing of the same statement, dated "April 1926;" including handwritten notes by Blanche Patch and Dan H. Laurence; explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Arms and the Man & The Chocolate Soldier (2)
A statement concerning the relationship between Shaw's Arms and the Man and Oscar Strauss's The Chocolate Soldier (original-Der Tapfere Soldat)

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Augustus Does His Bit
Rehearsal notes; various dates, in Shaw's hand, appear on the manuscript

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: "Authentic Shavian Democracy"
Article appeared in Time and Tide of February 10, 1945; later reprinted in Time and Tide Anthology in 1956; note by Bernard Burgunder included

  2  
GBS : Manuscript Signed: Autograph
Corner of a document cut off to show only Shaw's signature; in envelope

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Draft scheme of Autumn Lectures by GBS
Lists a series of topics for thirteen lectures, and possible speakers

  2  
GBS : Back to Methuselah [Preface][proof A]
For the Limited Editions Club edition, published 1939; text of the proof is found on pp. vii-viii of the book, but in a different format

  2  
GBS : Back to Methuselah [Preface][proof B]
For the Limited Editions Club edition, published in 1939; text of the proof is found on pp. vii-viii of the book, but in a different format; penciling may be John Farleigh's sketch for the illustration published on p. 82 of the book

  2  
GBS : Back to Methuselah [specimen pages]
One page of text and one engraving by John Farleigh; for the Limited Editions Club edition (New York 1939); with identifying note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; with a printed (1938) "Catalogue of an Exhibition of Drawings for the Engravings by John Farleigh for 'Back to Methuselah' ..."

  2  
GBS : Back to Methuselah [Title page][proof A]
For the Limited Editions club Edition, which was published in 1939 with a quite different title page

  2  
GBS : Back to Methuselah [Title page][proof B]
Three copies, one marked for changes; of a proof for the Limited Editions Club edition, which was published in 1939 with a quite different title page; See: Typed Letter Signed to John Farleigh from George Macy, February 14, 1939

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: "A Balfour Ballad"
In envelope

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "A Balfour Ballad"
Date and Place given are those of publication in The Star; the verse was published unsigned

  2  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: "The Best Books for Children"
Article written for unidentified periodical; with editor's introductory note added below title; copy of manuscript in the British Museum

  2  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: "Brogue Shock"
Article, with corrections in Shaw's hand; published in The Nation, March 24, 1917

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Caesar and Cleopatra [one page textual revision]
"This textual change was written for the Malvern Festival of 1929." -- B.F. Burgunder; includes typed note by Burgunder, November 1970

  3  
GBS : Autograph Note(?): "Camera repairs" and an address
Address of Alfred Allen

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Candida [fragment]
One leaf in G.B. Shaw's hand; two leaves in Charlotte Shaw's hand. These fragments belong in Act III, for the Achurch-Charrington first production. They were found with Shaw's letters to Ashley Dukes; bought at Swann auction May 6, 1976; with note by Burgunder, June 22, 1976

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Captain Brassbound's Conversion cast list suggestions
Probably suggestions for Gertrude Kingston's revival at the Little Theatre, as several of the players Shaw recommends were actually cast; includes note by Bernard Burgunder, July 1974

  3  
GBS : Autograph Note: on the German piracy of Cashel Byron's Profession in the journal Aus Fremden Zungen
The copy of the pirated Cashel which has been detached from the journal; with note by Shaw; typed explanation by Bernard Burgunder

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: The Cassone
Copies of the original manuscript in the British Museum; includes notes in Dan H. Laurence's hand

  3  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Cassone
Copies of the original manuscript in the British Museum: a dramatic fragment; edited in Dan H. Laurence's hand

  3  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Copyright information from the Library of Congress
Alphabetical list of works by Shaw citing American copyright records for each; with marginal notes in hand of F.E. Loewenstein; with explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder, October 29, 1979

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: Daily Worker article
A holograph note to Shaw also on proof; signature unidentified; London

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Dialogue of the Devil & St. Augustine -- Scenario
Original manuscript in the British Museum; includes explanatory note on first leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  3  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Drama and the Microphone; Broadcasting and the Art of the Theatre; A Symposium of Opinions
Shaw's answer to the question: "Will Broadcasting be detrimental to the Art of the Theatre;" copied from The Playgoer, the Organ of the Liverpool Playhouse Circle (March 1925 No. 6, p. 3)

  3  
GBS : Material connected with "E.H. Bennett and Company," published in Colburn's New Monthly, February 1883
Includes a handbill for Colburn's New Monthly, an advertising brochure from Bennett's with holograph notes in Shaw's hand, a facsimile of the published article, and a note of description by Bernard F. Burgunder

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Essay on T.E. Lawrence [fragment]
Includes typed comments by Dan H. Laurence, February 17, 1968; See: T.E. Lawrence By His Friends. London, 1937. pp. 243-44

  3  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Everybody's Political What's What, or Machiavelli Modernized
Holograph corrections in Shaw's hand appear on the manuscript

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: The Fabian Society. Election of the Executive Committee, 1907-8
Received from George Standring, Printer and Publisher; with note on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: Fanny's First Play rehearsal notes
From the production at Kingsway Theatre, February 13, 1915 (14 pages); 1 page typed note by Bernard F. Burgunder, July 10, 1963

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Fanny's First Play, cast list for production
Date of first production?; a different cast is penciled in next to the original list, in a different hand

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: Fanny's First Play -- Prologue
Stapled into paper wrappers; found among the papers of Allan M. Laing; probably copied from p. 19 of The Rehearsal Copies of Bernard Shaw's Plays by F.E. Loewenstein (London 1950)

  3  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Fiction [lecture]
The common saying that Truth is stranger than Fiction, implying that Fiction is not Truth; original in the British Museum; holograph notes in the hand of Dan H. Laurence

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: File folder
Labelled "phonetics" in Shaw's hand

  3  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Flyleaves
For the book Flyleaves (Austin, W. Thomas Taylor, 1977) edited by Dan H. Laurence and Daniel J. Leary; with galley proofs for the same book; both are the gift of Dan H. Laurence, in whose hand they are revised

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: Forbes-Robertson, Mr. Bernard Shaw's tribute
Headed "With the compliments of Percy Burton, General Manager for Sire Johnston Forbes-Robertson

  3  
GBS : Manuscript: "From the Preface to Buoyant Billions"
For the Malvern Festival Book of 1949; from a rehearsal copy of Buoyant Billions, corrected; includes a typed note of explanation

  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Diaries -- shorthand
Of diaries for 1880, 1885, 1888, 1891, 1894, 1897; all are in shorthand except that of 1880; original is in the British Library of Political and Economic Science (London School of Economics); includes explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

 
Autograph Manuscript: Diaries -- transcript [subseries]:
Copies of transcription by Blanche Patch from Shaw's shorthand; with some notes in the hand of Dan H. Laurence; filed in 12 folders, 1 folder per year; original is in the British Library of Political and Economic Science (London School of Economics)

  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 1, 1885
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 2, 1886
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 3, 1887
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 4, 1888
First two leaves stapled together

  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 5, 1889
First two leaves stapled together

  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 6, 1890
First two leaves are stapled together

  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 7, 1891
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 8, 1893
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 9, 1894
First two leaves are stapled together

  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 10, 1895
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 11, 1896
  4  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: [Diaries -- transcript] Folder 12, 1897
Two leaves stapled together

  4  
GBS : Autograph [shorthand] Manuscript : Dublin Gaiety Theatre
Shorthand draft of Shaw's article, with transcription and letter to Mr. Dixon, telling him it was just found, May 18, 1948

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: The Garden of Hesperides
Original manuscript in the British Museum; includes typed transcript edited partly in the hand of Dan H. Laurence

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Getting Married
Transcript made by Barbara Smoker from photocopies of the two manuscript notebooks at Cornell and a third at the British Library, all mostly in shorthand

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Getting Married
Carbon copy of a transcript made by Barbara Smoker

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Getting Married
Photocopies from which Barbara Smoker transcribed the shorthand text of the play

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Getting Married [page 1]
Three negatives and one glossy print; used for reproduction in the "Shaw at Cornell" brochure and invitation; copies of the latter are filed in the same folder with the negatives and glossy print

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Girl with the Golden Voice
Original manuscript in the British Museum; a dialogue broadcast by the B.B.C. on August 17, 1935; with an explanatory note on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Glastonbury Skit
Photocopy of the original manuscript in the British Museum; a dramatic interpolation; includes typed transcript, edited partly in the hand of Dan H. Laurence

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Hannen Swaffer's Story
Two paragraphs presumably intended as substitutions in an interview by Swaffer ( Daily Herald, November 18, 1943): "Bernard Shaw's Final Words on Life, Death & the Hereafter, His Failures, Doubts & Hopes"; See: Typed Letter Signed to J. Tyler from Dan Laurence, February 3, 1981

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Heartbreak House [autograph rehearsal notes]
Produced at Court; backed by rehearsal notes of John Bull's Other Island

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Heartbreak House, Great Catherine, & Playlets of the War
Press release, London?; with holograph corrections in Shaw's hand

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "How To Talk Intelligently About the War"
There is no record of the publication of this essay; includes accompanying note from Dan Laurence, via Bernard Burgunder

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "I have been invited by The Independent Labor Party to give you..." [fragment]
Seems to be a partial transcript of a recording

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: The Inca of Perusalem [autograph rehearsal notes]
Produced at the Criterion (Pioneer Player production) December 16, 1917

  5  
GBS : Autograph Note: Inquiries for articles
According to enclosed note by Bernard Burgunder, these are a record kept by Shaw of requests by various journals and individuals for articles

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Inscription in Cranach Press Hamlet
Photocopy of Shaw's inscription in his copy of the Cranach Press Hamlet; from the original in the Hanley Collection at the University of Texas; with notes added partly in the hand of Dan H. Laurence

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Inscription in First Folio
Copies of Shaw's inscription in his copy of the facsimile edition of Shakespeare's First Folio; made from the original in the Archibald Henderson Collection at the University of North Carolina; with note added in the hand of Dan H. Laurence on verso of third leaf

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism -- Author's Note
Holograph corrections

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Interview concerning the publication of the Shaw-Terry correspondence in response to an attack on Shaw by Gordon Craig [extract]
Interview with Bishop now a release from the publicity department of Putnam Books; New York

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Interview with G.W. Bishop essentially concerned with Gordon Craig and the latter's objection to the publication of the Shaw-Terry correspondence
Published in The Observor, 1931; with holograph corrections in Shaw's hand

  5  
GBS : Manuscript: Interview with Shaw on politics, women, religion,...
London

  5  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Introduction / Cecil Chesterton / Cecil's Anti-Puritanism
Holograph corrections; includes note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  5  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: "It is idle, and somewhat exasperating, to talk of..."
One leaf of holograph, two leaves of typed manuscript; on the war

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: John Bull's Other Island [set design]
Ink drawing by Shaw, and labeled by him, of set design for Act III and Act IV Scene 1; bought at auction April 9, 1987

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: List of things to be checked when purchasing a new car
Includes note by Bernard Burgunder

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Literary Note
A prospectus for Back to Methuselah; with note added in Shaw's hand and dated February 4, 1921; found among letters received from Shaw by Brentano's, and date-stamped by Brentano's February 21, 1921

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Macbeth Skit
Setting copy with notes partly in the hand of Dan H. Laurence on a photocopy of the original manuscript in the Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Major Barbara
Note for files; records authorization given to the Mansfield House Players to perform Major Barbara April 29, 1922

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Major Barbara [scenes for film]
With revisions in Shaw's hand and other hands, of scenes written especially for the film; pages are numbered with stamped numerals 1-15, 20-28, which supersede at least four earlier numbering sequences; acquired by Cornell in July 1987; the text of the scenes in this typescript differs from that in the Penguin "screen version" of 1945, and from that printed by Bernard Dukore in The Collected Screenplays of Bernard Shaw (1980); apparently this typescript provides the earliest known text of these scenes; for indications of related material see Dukore pp. 464-465 and Laurence A249

  6  
GBS : Autograph Note: Memorandum on Mrs. Warren's Profession in America
Strachur, Scotland

  6  
GBS : Autograph Note: Memorandum of "Royalty Shares" in the publication of the Shaw-Terry correspondence in 1931
  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: The Merchant of Venice at the Lyceum
Review of a production by Henry Irving, with editor's comments; original manuscript in the British Museum

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "The most profusely punctuated book in the English language is..."
Shaw on punctuation; this may actually be a letter, as the heading is "From Bernard Shaw"; there is no salutation or internal evidence to suggest to whom it was addressed; with a note by Bernard Burgunder

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: A New Ending for Clemence Dane's Cousin Muriel
From a letter(?) to Edith Evans; with photocopies of related materials, and an explanatory note on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: "The New York press may return"
6.5 x 8.5 glossy print reproducing a note written by Shaw, declining to be interviewed; identified on verso; with explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Nine Years of Failure as a Novelist Ending in Success as a Critic [fragment]
An early draft of an essay published in Sixteen Self-Sketches; with a note by Dan Laurence

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Notations concerning staff salaries for the Fabian Society
London?; on verso of copy of portion of account sheets; Dan Laurence "during World War I"

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Note concerning the pawning, redemption and sale at auction of a gold watch chain belonging to Shaw's uncle, W.J. Gurly
London; with broker's receipt from the sale

  6  
GBS : Autograph Note: Note on Samuel Butler's notebooks
Note appears on a sheet bearing a typed excerpt from Butler's notebooks which concerns Shaw; included are a photocopy of the passage in the 1951 edition of the notebooks, an explanatory note by Bernard Burgunder, and a clipping from a bookseller's catalog

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Notes--Miscellaneous
Notes written on scraps of paper and envelopes; two shorthand notes are accompanied by transcriptions by Dan H. Laurence

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Notes by the way
Very casual note on Hitler, anti-Semitism, and WWII; published in Time and Tide uon October 12, 1940; with a note by Bernard Burgunder

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Notes for Mr. Curtis Brown
Photocopy of the manuscript, with the dealer's description; concerns a publishing contract for Flying Visits, by Sir Philip Sassoon

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: On corporeal punishment
Labeled "1/4/1124 [sic]"; the manuscript concerns "the anachronism of corporeal punishment in schools"

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: On Going to Church
Revised in his hand; with his autograph letter signed added at end to Arthur Brentano, December 2, 1911

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: On The Rocks [sketch for playbill]
See his Autograph Letter Signed to John Farleigh, November 16, 1933

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: On the True Signification of the term Gentleman
London; dated in Shaw's hand on verso of next to last leaf; sent to One and All December 27, 1879; Cf. Bernard Shaw, Collected Letters 1874-1897, ed. Dan H. Laurence, p. 38

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "Orkney and Shetland--Information for Motorists"
From the files of Blanche Patch, Shaw's last secretary; with a note by Bernard Burgunder which mentions the possibility that the article was written for the Royal Automobile Club

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Passion play
Original manuscript in the British Museum; the first page is dated in Shaw's hand; published by the Windhover Press, 1971

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Poem written on verso of envelope addressed to Shaw by Elinor Huddart? [shorthand draft]
London; See enclosed note with comments of Dan Laurence

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Unpublished love poem in Shorthand [shorthand draft]
[n.p.] Poem apparently written for Alice Lockett with transcription and note from James F. Drake, Inc describing it. Also contains a second 8 line poem about Rosy and Kate Stickerstone.

  6  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis...The World
  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Preface to Great Expectations [fragment], letter to Dr. Szyfman [shorthand draft], and article on marriage of Edward VIII and Mrs. Wallis Simpson [fragment]
On the same sheet are Shaw's shorthand drafts of a letter to Dr. Arnold Szyfman, December 9, 1936, and part of an interview on the possible marriage of Edward VIII to Mrs. Wallis Simpson; included are typed transcriptions and explanatory notes; the letter concerns the Polish production of The Millionairess

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: The Principles that Govern the Dramatist
Untitled statement written in ink on a sheet of parchment bearing printed announcement of The Modern Historic Records Association; published by the Association in 1913, in facsimile together with statements by others; reprinted subsequently several times in other publications

  6  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Private note
Concerns Hubert Bland and others

  6  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: Pygmalion, a Scenario
Original located in the Hanley Collection, University of Texas; there are revisions in Shaw's hand, and his inscription on the first page: "to Floryan Sobieniowski for translation into Polish. G. Bernard Shaw 1st March 1938"; following p. 97, the paging begins again from 91

  7  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: Questionnaire
Mimeographed questionnaire, with Shaw's autograph replies; sent by National Education Association

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Questionnaire Concerning George Sylvester Viereck
Shaw's handwritten answers to thirteen questions typed on stationery of Elmer Gertz, attorney-at-law, Chicago

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: Questionnaire with autograph replies
Includes note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Initialed: Interview regarding "The Apple Cart" with answers written in GBS's hand
  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: "The Rationalization of Russia" [notes for lecture]
Capetown; notes, with listings of topics, catchwords, and key phrases

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: Reply to Gerald Bullett's proposal for simplified spelling
Ayot St. Lawrence?; printed in April 1948 edition of "Books"; with the manuscripts are the March 1948 issue of "Books" with Bullett's original letter and the April 1948 issue with Shaw's reply

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "Report of the Dramatists Club Sub-Committee on the Employment of Children in the Theatre"
London; includes draft letter on same subject to the Press; published in The Era and the Morning Post; authorship ascribed to Shaw by Dan Laurence

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Resolution proposed by Shaw
Partly in Shaw's hand; with explanatory note on separate leaf, "...Presumably related to activities of the National Theatre Shakespeare Memorial Committee"

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Royal Society of Literature proposal by Shaw, seconded by Edmund Gosse
The proposal was made to the Academic Council of the Society; includes a note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Sequence for a Pageant of Plays and Players
Original typescript in the British Museum; a dialogue between Shaw and Charles Cochran, written for St. John Ervine's B.B.C. Jubilee Theatre Programme; with explanatory note on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Shaw Gives Himself Away [Frontispiece]
Two pencil portraits of Shaw by John Farleigh, and two of himself by Shaw, all being drafts for the frontispiece of Shaw's book published November 1939; on verso of one of Shaw's portraits is his autograph letter signed to John Farleigh June 26, 1939; acquired as part of the Black Girl Collection

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Short Stories; Scraps; and Shavings
Blurb or press release; includes explanatory note from Bernard F. Burgunder

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Shorthand note
Transcribed by Dan H. Laurence on separate leaf, "How small of all that human hearts endure 354 "Lines added to Goldsmith's Traveller, 1763-64]"

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Sir Edward Carson's Other Island
Draft of manuscript which appeared in The Daily News of London, October 14, 1918; includes typed manuscript; See: The Matter with Ireland. Ed. By David Greene and Dan Laurence. Hart-Davis / 1962, p. 185

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Speech for Mrs. Campbell
On Cornell Bond paper of the pencil manuscript and the typed manuscript

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Sweet shorthand
Notes in the Sweet system of shorthand, including the only known fragment of Shaw's projected play Cromwell; with marked photocopy, transcription, and 2 leaves of commentary deriving from Dan H. Laurence

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "Taste" and "Cock Robin" [Doggerel verse written to Mrs. Patrick Campbell]
"Taste" dated from internal evidence; "Cock Robin" appears in Mrs. Campbell's My Life and Some Letters, p. 265, and Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell: Their Correspondence, p. 91

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: To the Electors of South St. Pancras
Platform of Shaw and his running-mate William Geary in their campaign for seats on the London County Council; See: Shaw PR5365 M67 No. 4

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Touring in Russia [Part I]
With this is filed Touring in Russia [Part II], 2 leaves (pp. 16-19) excerpted from Nash's & Pall Mall Magazine, February 1932; an explanatory note is added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Treni 7, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28
Printed card of Florin Caplazi with pencil note listing train numbers in Shaw's[?] hand, and other notes in other hands adding "dudgeon" and "The Doctor's dilemma"

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "The Unavoidable Subject"
Text of a proposed radio address, banned by the B.B.C.; with holograph corrections in the hand of Blanche Patch

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: An Unfinished Novel
Original manuscript in the National Library of Ireland; published by Constable & Co., 1958

  7  
GBS : Autograph Note: Violet Beverly
Manuscript poem in shorthand, with sketch in margin; includes transcription of shorthand

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: "Vivisection"
Includes a carbon copy of a page, numbered 4

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Voice
Transcript of a shorthand manuscript dated 1882-83, which was itself an unfinished revision of The Voice by George John Vandeleur Lee; with letters by the transcriber, and explanatory note by B.F. Burgunder; See: Laurence A265, and A. Henderson George Bernard Shaw, pp. 945-948

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: The Voice [copy]
Photocopy of transcript carbon of shorthand manuscript; See: Laurence A265

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: What indeed?
"Report of a lecture...delivered before The Fabian Society at Kingsway Hall, London, November 26, 1931, at 8:30 p.m."; a transcript of a lecture given by Shaw; includes explanatory note by Bernard Burgunder

  7  
GBS : Typed Manuscript: Whither Britain [transcript of a radio address]
From the Recorded Programmes Permanent Library

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Widowers' Houses
Copies of the early shorthand draft in the British Museum; with notes added on first leaf in hand of Dan H. Laurence

  7  
GBS : Autograph Note: "With Bernard Shaw's compliments"
Card removed from The Dark Lady of the Sonnets; October 8, 1910

  7  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: You Never Can Tell [Note for files]
Refers to a letter received from Frederic Harrison and Cyril Maude; with identifying note added by Dan H. Laurence on separate leaf

 
Series II. Documents [series]:
  8  
Bela Blau and Associates : Typed Document: In the matter of George Bernard Shaw's plays presented by the Theatre Guild, Inc.
New York; includes a note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  8  
Shaw: Printed Document: British Museum Reading Room Request Ticketby George Bernard Shaw [draft]
Blank form except for numbers written in Shaw's hand.

  8  
Mrs. Patrick Campbell : Typed Document Signed: Agreement [with Constance Smedley]
Concerns performance rights for the play Gipsie Marie by Anne Constance (Smedley) Armfield

  8  
Mrs. Patrick Campbell : Typed Document Signed: Memorandum of agreement [with James Mentieth Graham]
Concerns performance rights for the play Marianaby Jose Echegaray y Eizaguirre, as translated by J.M. Graham

  8  
R. & R. Clark, Ltd. Printers : Document: Bill for the printing of proofs of Shaw's Cymbeline Refinished
Edinburgh; with explanatory note on separate leaf

  8  
Contract: Autograph Document : Contract forIn Good King Charles's Golden Days
Ayot St. Lawrence; Terms and conditions form filled out in autograph by Shaw for the Malvern Company to produce in 1948 the play.

  8  
R. & R. Clark, Ltd. Printers : Typed Document: List of all editions, impressions, and copies of Shaw's works
Printed for Mr. Grant Richards, Messrs. Constable & Co., Ltd. and Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Ltd.; Edinburgh

  8  
Douglas Cockerell and Son : Autograph Document: Bill to Shaw for "resizing, repairing, and rebinding Eikon Basilike"
Letchworth, Herts; the bill is marked paid, and is from a firm of "Bookbinders & Makers of Marble Paper"

  8  
Duffield & Co. : Typed Document: Agreement between Shaw and Duffield & Co.
Concerns the plates and copies of Shaw's previously published works; with note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  8  
Faversham, William : Typed Document: Contract to produce Getting Marriedby George Bernard Shaw [draft]
With handwritten revisions

  8  
Fabian Society : Printed Document: Receipt of dues.
Completed form crediting G. B. Shaw his two pounds and two shillings 1896-1897 dues to the Fabian Society.

  8  
Gibbs, Bamforth and Company (Luton) Ltd. : Document: Invoice for Saint Joanfolders
Addressed to G. Bernard Shaw, with note added in Shaw's hand; includes photocopy of printed Saint Joanfolder, showing text by Shaw concerning the sculpture made for him by Clare Winsten

  8  
Gurly, Walter Bagnall : Document: Deed of Appointment
Dublin; certified copy (made January 9, 1962) of a deed assigning money to W.B. Gurly's son Walter John Gurly and to W.B. Gurly's daughter Lucinda Elizabeth (Gurly) Shaw, mother of George Bernard Shaw

  8  
Gurly, Walter Bagnall : Document: Indenture [of Lease]
Dublin, certified copy (made January 9, 1962) of an agreement concerning property leased from the Cathedral Church St. Lazarian Leighlin; parties of the third part include George Carr Shaw and Lucinda Elizabeth (Gurly) Shaw, parents of George Bernard Shaw

  8  
The following, from folders 11.4-11.7, form part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection [subseries]:
  8  
GBS Autographed Itineraries, 1903-1910
[n.p.] Shaw's itinerary for 1911-1920. Handwriting unidentified.

  8  
GBS Autographed Itineraries, 1911-1920
[n.p.] Shaw's itinerary for 1911-1920. 1 leaf typed.

  8  
GBS Autographed Itineraries, 1921-1930
[n.p.] Shaw's itinerary for 1921-1930

  8  
GBS Autographed Itineraries, 1931-1939
[n.p.] Shaw's itinerary for 1931-1939

  8  
Shaw: Memorandum of Agreement and Terms Forms
[n.p.] Blank forms for terms and conditions for public performances and memorandum of agreement.

  8  
Kennington, Eric Henri : Autograph Document Signed: Receipt for twenty guineas received from Shaw for designing the jacket of The Intelligent Woman's Guide...
Chiswick Mall; includes holograph note of explanation by Shaw on same sheet; with note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  8  
London County and Westminster Bank Limited : Document: Check by which Shaw was swindled out of £525
Tunbridge Wells; signed by Shaw on back; see: Shaviana [printed] Articles on the swindling of Shaw for £525; with note by Dan Laurence

 
Series III Envelopes annotated by Shaw, 1876-1905 [series]:
  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Notation on envelope which held receipt for insurance premium paid
London?

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Notations on envelope marked "Hornet"
Written by Shaw on face of envelope marked "Hornet" "Correspondence"

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Envelope labeled in Shaw's hand "Correspondence with Miss C. Southam...relative to advertisement for a copyist"
London

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from [Annie?] Besant concerning "The Irrational Knot"
London

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Grace Black announcing her engagement
London; written by Shaw on face of envelope which contained original letter of Miss Black

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter written Shaw by Grace Black concerning State Guild lecture on acting
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter addressed to Shaw by Grace Black

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter from John Burns who had asked Shaw to deny authorship of certain letters appearing in the Star
London; written on face of envelope which contained Burns's original letter; note by Shaw, "Did so 31/5/89"

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Notation on envelope which at one time contained a letter from James Runciman concerning Cashel Byron's Profession
London?

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by Cassell & Co., concerning possible publication of Fabian Essays
London; notation by Shaw on face of envelope which contained original letter from Cassell

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by Marjory Davidson concerning her forthcoming marriage
London; written by Shaw on face of envelope which contained the original announcement from Miss Davidson

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of letter addressed to Shaw by the Fabian Society which had complained of his "flippant tone at meetings"
London; written by Shaw on face of the envelope which contained the original letter; includes note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter concerning Cashel Byron's Profession from Feld & Duer
London; written on envelope which contained the original letter from Feld & Duer; Shaw notes his declining their offer regarding an "abbreviated" edition of the novel

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from D. Gordon, representing Walter Scott, concerning Cashel Byron's Profession: "Book not selling"
London; written on face of envelope which contained the original letter from Gordon

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from D. Gordon representing Walter Scott, concerning An Unsocial Socialist
London; notations made on face of envelope which contained the original letter from Gordon

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from May Morris regarding back cover design for Fabian Essays
Written on face of original envelope

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received by Shaw from F.W. Proctor regarding contest elections in Chelsea, and precis of Shaw's response
London; written on envelope which contained original letter from Proctor

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by John Satey[?] of the Penny Illustrated Paper
London; written by Shaw on face of envelope which contained original letter from the Penny Illustrated Paper

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of letter received (with draft of agreement) from Walter Scott regarding Cashel Byron's Profession, and Shaw's response
London

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter written Shaw by the Unwin Brothers
Written by Shaw on face of envelope addressed to him which contained the original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received by Shaw from T. Fisher Unwin regarding Fabian Essays
London; written on face of envelope which contained the original letter from Unwin

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of letter addressed to Shaw by T. Fisher Unwin concerning Fabian Essays "Withdrawn"
London; written by Shaw on face of envelope which contained the original letter from Unwin

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of letter addressed to Shaw by T. Fisher Unwin, concerning Fabian Essays
London; written by Shaw on face of envelope which contained original letter from Unwin

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from T. Fisher Unwin regarding Fabian Essays
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter from Unwin

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from T.P. O'Connor accepting Shaw's resignation as "Corno di Bassetto"
London; written on envelope, stationery of The Star, which contained O'Connor's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Tito Pagliardini, with notation of response
London; written on face of envelope which contained Pagliardini's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by Walter Scott (publishers) concerning Fabian Essays with brief of Shaw's reply
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter from Walter Scott

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter stating interest by T. Fisher Unwin in Corno di Bassetto
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter from that publisher

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received by Shaw from J. Kingston Barton
London; written on face of envelope which contained original announcement

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of a letter from Elkin Mathews re "Joyne's Poems" with precis of Shaw's reply
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter from Mathews

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Walter Scott concerning U.S. rights to Quintessence of Ibsenism
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter from Walter Scott

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of letter received from Benjamin Tucker regarding The Quintessence of Ibsenism
London; written on face of envelope which contained Tucker's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Chatto & Windus concerning publication of The Irrational Knot
London; written on face of envelope which contained original letter from Chatto & Windus

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter from Chatto & Windus offering to publish The Irrational Knot and brief of Shaw's response
London; written on face of the envelope which contained the original letter from Chatto & Windus

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Jim Crowell re; "Hyndman in Justice"
London; written on the envelope which contained the original of Crowell's letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from David Nutt concerning manuscript of Widowers' Houses
London; written on envelope which contained the original letter from Nutt

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by H. Lowenfeld concerning Arms and the Man
London; written on the envelope which contained the original letter, with arms of the Prince of Wales Theatre

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter from Walter Scott regarding Arms and the Man
London; written on the face of the envelope which contained the original letter from the publishing firm

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from H.L. Brackstad regarding Scandinavian rights to Shaw's plays
London; written on the face of the envelope which contained the original letter from Brackstad

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter from Walter Scott concerning Cashel Byron's Profession
London; written on envelope which contained the original letter from Walter Scott

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter from Robert Buchanan who had written a novel which included a character based on Shaw
London; written on face of envelope which contained Buchanan's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by Richard Mansfield concerning Candida
London; written on face of the envelope which contained Mansfield's original letter; quote, " Candida impossible."

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Richard Mansfield concerning Candida (2)
London; written on face of envelope which contained Mansfield's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to [Charles Charrington]
London; "I bicycled off to Hendon this afternoon". Includes copy of letter plus a note from B. F. Burgunder explaining content.

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Robert Buchanan; "Chaff"
London; written on face of envelope which contained Buchanan's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Cunninghame Graham
London; written on face of envelope which contained Graham's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Mr. Bonline
London; written on face of envelope which contained Bonline's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of letter from S.C. Cockerell (The Morris Lectures) and Shaw's response "Send them along"
London; written by Shaw on face of envelope which contained the original letter from Cockerell

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by H. Lowenfeld
London; notes Lowenfeld's desire to make a "light opera" of Arms and the Man; written on the face of envelope which contained Lowenfeld's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Richard Mansfield regarding Albany, New York production of The Devil's Disciple
London; written on face of envelope which contained Mansfield's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by Richard Mansfield
London; concerns Shaw's percentage of The Devil's Disciple; written on face of envelope which contained Mansfield's original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Forbes Robertson concerning the impossibility of producing The Devil's Disciple
London; written on face o the envelope which contained the original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Frank Harris concerning his resignation from The Saturday Review
London

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from Clement Scott
London; written on face of envelope which contained the original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from H.S. Stone concerning the copyright to The Perfect Wagnerite
London; written on face of envelope which contained the original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of request for loan from Paul Daubig received by Shaw
London; note by Shaw on face of envelope which held the original letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from H.W. Massingham of the New Penny Daily
London; written with brief of Shaw's response on face of envelope which contained original Massingham letter

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter addressed to Shaw by Thomas Common, apparently concerned with English publication of Nietzsche
London; note on face of envelope which contained original letter from Common

  9  
GBS : Autograph Note: Precis of contents of letter received from J.M. Jeakes concerning the Fox and Pelican
London; the Fox and Pelican was a public house in Haslemere of which Shaw was a shareholder; written on face of envelope which contained original letter

 
Series IV. Outgoing Correspondence [series]:
  10  
Undated - 1907
  10  
GBS : Autograph Note to Unknown
[n.p.] The [pound sign] 500 can begin on the 1st June

  10  
GBS : Autograph Note to Unknown
[n.p.] Say there is a statutory right of reasonable quotation,

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Unknown
[Westminster] Dear Sir, As you have been a good friend to the Labour Research Department [Written on Labour Research Department letterhead asking for donations.]

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter[draft] Signed to Editor of "The Nation"
[n.p.] Sir/ May I again point out the cruel absurdities in which we have been landed [Regarding the case of Stephen Hobhouse.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Henry Kiell Ayliff
[n.p.] Would a Chaplin moustache be a breach of faith

  10  
GBS :Typed Letter[draft] Signed to Governors of St. Bartholomew's Hospital
[n.p.] The Governors of St. Bartholomew's Hospital having inteded to entertain

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter to Dr. Inches
[n.p.] Dear Dr. Inches, I have a tragic tale to tell of that unique juicer.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Note to [Blanche Patch]
[London] Male servants licens abolished after January 1937.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter to [Blanche Patch]
Ayot St. Lawrence; Can you do with [pound sign] 500? Net?

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter to [Blanche Patch]
[n.p.] In the study/ Bernard's Brethren, typed copy bound in red cloth.

  10  
GBS : Envelope addressed to Miss Ethel Shaw
Torquay; [In Shaw's hand]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Note to Charles Thomas
[n.p.] This is on no account to be inserted in the Music article [Envelope is addressed to Robson & Son, Printers; note on envelope directs Shaw to "Please send this at once by hand to" Dobson & Son. Plus a note by B.F. Burgunder identifying Thomas.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[shorthand, draft] to R. G. Walford
[n.p.] Dear Mr. Walford/ The Society of Authors has sent me your letter about televising [Includes typed transcription of letter]

  10  
GBS : Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Gordon Walters
[Hertshire] [Adressed to Mrs. Gordon Walters [Ethel Shaw] in Shaw's hand.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Note
[n.p.] Immaturity [Presumably the identification card Shaw inserted beneath the string of the manuscript bundle. With note explaining it's significance, signed FEL.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to John Manger Fells
[n.p.] My dear Fells/ I hereby solemnly undertake 9without in any was pledging myself) to submit

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Edwin Habgood
London; Ha! ha! ha! Health, education, and recreation: What a dog you are! [Included is typed transcription plus 2 leaf copy of original letter.]

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Mrs. Emery Walker
London; Dear Mrs. Walker, Never shilst I live will I steal a handkerchief again.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Harold Wright
London; Dear Wright/ I give you my word that the enclosed is the first five shillings

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Harold Wright
London; Dear Wright/ You looked as if you wanted to sit on the safety valve this evening.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Harold Wright
London; Dear Wright/ We are indeed at the gates of hell;

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Jenny Patterson
London; As to Beatty, do as you please. Only remember that - [On verso is Jenny's reply to Shaw, dated Wednesday. Included is 2 leaf note by B.F. Burgunder and a photograph of each side of the leaf.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Alice Lockett
London; My dear Alice/ I swear by the spirit of Nature's author, which is in the hills, [With 3 photographic copies of the letter and one of the envelope along with negatives.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Frances E. (Trickett) Archer
London; Dear Mrs. Archer/ I have at last made time to go carefully through your MS;

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Bartlett
London; Dear Bartlett/ If it were possible for me to belong to the Bloomsbury Society

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Walter J. Evans
London;Dear Sir/ In Social Democracy there is practically infinite scope for courage, [With 2 page typed transcription]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Tighe Hopkins
London; Dear Hopkins/ In vain all these friendly remonstrances. [With 9 page typed transcription.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Tighe Hopkins
London; Dear Hopkins/ I return R's letter, for which thanks.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Grant Richards
London; Henry & Leo have bust up their business [With note from B.F. Burgunder.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[card] Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ There has been nothing doing in the musical line;

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Jacob Thomas Grein
London; Dear Sir/ Could you put off the Ibsen evening to next year?

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to J. M. Strudwick
London; A proof of my article has just come to hand.

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ My bad habits are altogether the fault of Spottiswoodes.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ There is absolutely nothing doing in the way of music now.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ Nothing happened last week that I could write about

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ You have no doubt noticed that Harris (Sir Augustus) has resolved to boycott

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ What are the regulations under which my last article was disqualified?

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London;Dear Mr. Thomas/ This is mere cruelty to animals.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to H. Berwick
London;Dear Sir/ I have to lecture at Norwood on the 19th.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to H. Berwick
London; Dear Sir/ I find that I shall be out of town in January

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Jacob Thomas Grein
London; Dear Grein/ You ask me for particulars about the play.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed toHenry W. Massingham
London; Dear Messingham/ Mrs. Messingham has just written to me to ask about Mrs. Behnke.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Elizabeth Robins
London; Oh my Saint Elizabeth, holy and consoling, [With note from B.F. Burgunder]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to C. D. Yates
London; Dear Yatess/ I look forward with the greatest misgiving to the World's progress

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to C. D. Yates
London; My dear Yates/ I thought it possible that the command might be taken by Major Griffiths,

  10  
GBS Typed Letter Signed to Major Arthur Griffiths
London; Dear Major Griffiths/ Not a bit of it : there is no objection in the world on my part

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ It occurs tome that as those books ought, I suppose, to be reviewed,

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Charrington
London; I have just had a telegram to say that the license must be for the Theatre Royal, [With note from B.F. Burgunder]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letterpostcard] Signed to J. W[erner] L[aurie]
London; Dear Sir/ The remittance is all right : there was no question of a presentation.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to T. Fisher Unwin
London; Dear Fisher Unwin/ I have just had notice that the Fabian committee meeting

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter[mimeograph] Signed to Ellen Terry
London; [ Correspondence between Ellen Terry and Bernard Shaw. Taken from "Ellen Terry & Bernard Shaw: A Correspondence" for Radio Broadcast on the occasion of Ellen Terrery's birthday]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Sally Fairchild
London; Sally Fairchild/ If you send any "nice, pretty, ambitious little girl who is an actress" to me, [Fairchild was talking about Ethel Barrymore as metioned in a note from M.A. DeW. H[owe]. Included is a 2 page note from B.F. Burgunder.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Charrington
London; Thanks for the fiver. I am not pressed just now;

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Charrington
London; Excuse me - I forgot to acknowledge the fiver. Many thanks;

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Jaegers Sanitary Wollen Co.
London; I am sorry to say that the Daily Mail telegram is not sound commercial security

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Sydney Cockerell
London; You should have let me do the art lectures

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs. Kennedy
London; Dear Mrs. Kennedy/ I am invalided just at present, or I should ask Mr. Kennedy

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed toEdward R. Pease
Haslemere, Surrey; Dear Pease/ Is Mrs. Morgan Thomas still a member?

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter [draft] to [London Councilman?]
[London] Dear Sir/ I greatly regret that I shall be unable to attend the meeting

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Clarence Rook
London; Dear Rook/ I have just heard incidentally, through my acquaintance with Cunnighame Graham's people,

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to H. S. Salt
London; I called at Holbein House on Saturday evening, [With typed transcription and envelope]

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter[copy?] Signed to Walter Crane
London; My dear Crane/ All this seems to me to be true of the case of the natives

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Mr. McCleary
London; Dear McCleary/ Forgive me for reminding you, but you have not yet,

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Thomas
London; Dear Mr. Thomas/ Mr. Hanson Lewis has submitted the enclosed interview to me.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Harley Granville-Barker
London; Dear Mr. Barker. If this reaches you in Maine, [With dealer's description]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Close
London;Dear Mr. Close/ I begin to see that there was a special Providence in your being Church warden

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter[printed] Signed to Mrs. Bertrand Russell
London; Please do not be misled by the recent newspaper paragraphs [With note by B.F. Burgunder]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Chrchwarden [Mr. Close?]
London;Dear Mr. Churchwarden/ What about Friday? Yesterday I went for the first time

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Mr. Chrchwarden [Mr. Close?]
London; Dear Mr. Churchwarden/ This is simply damnable - red ruin and the breaking up of laws.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Matthew Hale Douglas
London; Dear Sir/ You seem to be an extremely sentimental college

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to T. Fisher Unwin
Guildford; Dear Fisher Unwin/ For such a book as you sugges we are, I am afraid, a day after the fair.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Frank Plowright
London; You can't get any theatre for rehearsals in the evening

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to W. J. Douglas
London; Dear Sir/ Go to the nearest Town Hall and sit in the ratepayers gallery [ With dealer's description]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[copy, printed] Signed to Courtenay Thorpe
Guildford; Courtenay's letter has just come.[Printed in The Frances W. and H. Jack Lang Letter Collection Catalogue at Case Western Reserve University Libraries, p. 27, with description.]

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Kate (Dickens) Perugini
London; My dear Mrs. Kate/ I got your letter at Siena; but I have had to wrait for a little lull

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to William Butler Yeats
London; I have it quite seriously in my head to write an Irish play

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter [copy] Signed to Edward Pease
Stracher, Loch Tyne; Dear Pease, I cnnot attend the Executive on Friday, [With note from B. F. Burgunder]

  10  
GBS : Autograph & Typed Letters[copies] Signed to Brentano's
London; [Copies of many letters to Brentano's.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to J. E. Brydone
London; Dear Sir/ I quite sympathize with your objection to the present high rating;

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Brentano's
London; Dear Sirs/ I have only j8ust returned from a holiday in Rome.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Editor of the "Saturday Review"
[London?] Mislaid this until 21/4/05, when I returned the cheque [Note written on acknowledgement receipt; with dealer's description]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Rosina Filippi
[London?] My dear Miss Filippi/ Whjat is this I hear about your being engaged to Hicks [With copy of verso of letter]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to Brentano's
Derry, Rosscarbery, Co., Cork; The copyright law as to the I. K. is as follows.

  10  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Millicent Murby
London; My dear Miss Murby/ I advise you not to make yourself dependent on acting for your livelihood.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[draft] Signed to Editor of the "Standard"
London; Sir- In the notice of my play in your issue of yesterday,

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Edward R. Pease
Hafody Bryn, Llanbedr; Dear Pease/ Maude has got Dent on the brain. [With dealer's description]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Brentano's
Llanbedr, Merionethshire; In a bibliography which has just [been] compiled for me

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Archibald Henderson
Hafod y Bryn, Llanbedr, Merionethshire; Mr dear Henderson/ You must restrain your enthusiasm for photogiavure, [With dealer's transcription and description.]

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to Gladys M. Rees
Hafod y Bryn, Llanbedr, Merionethshire; I quite appreciate the suggestion : in fact I have thought sponaneously of doing something

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Edgar Jepson
Hafod y Bryn, Llanbedr, Merionethshire; C. H. Norman, an S. D. F.er who has been down here

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed toMrs. [Pakenham?] Beatty
Hafod y Bryn, Llanbedr, Merionethshire; Dear Mrs. Beatty/ It is possible to get from 3 1/2 to 4 % on investments

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Ben Iden Payne
Hafod y Bryn, Llanbedr, Merionethshire; I got your letter too late to wire.

  10  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Rosina Filippi
London; Dear Miss Filippi/ Yes, by all means. At the end of the second act,

  11  
1908 -1915
  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [fragment, draft?] to Messrs. Schneider and Jablonski
[n.p.] ... That the entirely new passages, as distinct from more unimportnat revisions... [Pages 3 and 4 only; corrected by hand. Recipients address is Berlin, Leipzigerstr., 101-2.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [copy] to Augustin Hamon
Ayot St. Lawrence; My dear Hamon/ I telegraphed yesterday to same time. [Shaw discusses foreign language publications of his works. Included in folder is a 3 page explanation by B.F. Burgunder of the French & German editions of Shaw in the Cornell collection along with 8 pages of various catalogues listing Shaw items along with photocopies of some of the items listed. The Hamon letter is probably one of the items that was singled out.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Unknown
Ayot St. Lawrence: Dear Sir/ The story about the watch was in full swing about Charles Bradlaugh

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to Mrs. Eveleen Myers
London; Dine? Never.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to [Robert d'Humieres]
Battler's Green, Letchmore Heath; My dear Marquis/ You are wrong about Hamon. He has style, grit,

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [copy?] to Dr. Erich Hoffmann
[n.p.] Dear Sir, I am much obliged to you for your letter of the 26th inst.,

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to C. H. Norman
London; My dear Norman, I have nothing whatever to say about the criticisms. With copy send by Guy Bolton to Shaw who returned it with a note : "Dear Guy Bolton/ I have no recollection of this letter ... [With catalogue listing of the letters upon which B.F. Burgunder has typed a long note.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Miss Andrews
London; Dear Miss Andrews, In case you have been able to get Messrs Ellis and Walery

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Miss Marion Chappell
London; Dear Miss Chappell, It would of course be impossible for me to refuse to allow Richard Strauss

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [copy] to Curt Otto
[n.p.] Dear Doctor Otto, Your letter of the 11th August arrived here while I was travelling abroad;

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [copy] to Curt Otto
[n.p.] Dear Doctor Otto, If the Creator of the Universe, surrounded by all his archangels, [With 1 leaf from Dan H. Laurence commenting on the Dr. Otto letters.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to The Cambridge [Mass.] University Press
London; Dear Sirs, Enclosed is a preface for which I wish to secure American copyright. [With Dan H. Laurence's comments.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Mrs. Gamble
London; My dear Mrs. Gamble, The difficulty in this religious controversy

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [fragment] Signed to Brentano's
Gibraltar; P.S. I hope this is sufficiently stamped. [Written on the envelope, no letter included.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Augusta, Lady Gregory
London; Dear Lady Gregory, I think the best thing to do is to collect Synge's work first;

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [copy] Signed to C.A. Vanderwell & Co.
[n.p.] Dear Sirs/I have now carried my trial of your electric lighting system [With note from B.F. Burgunder and Dan H. Laurence]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Mona Limerick
London; Dear Miss Mona Limerick, In September last I wrote to your unworthy husband

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Augusta, Lady Gregory
London; Dear Lady Gregory, The Stage Society will take anything you can give it

  11  
GBS : Written Letter Signed to John E. Vedrenne
Ayot St. Lawrence; My Dear VD, Vex not your soul with the superman

  11  
GBS : Autgraph Letter Signed to James Waters, Jr.
Ayot St. Lawrence; Dear Waters/ It is arranged that nothing is to come out about the repertory scheme

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to A. B. Kershaw
Queen's Hotel, Soutsea; Dear Sir, Your letter has only just overtaken me, [With not from dealer Paul C. Richards regarding the letter.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to A. B. Kershaw
Ayot St. Lawrence; Dear Sir/ I hope the enclosed will provide Miss Gladys with a satisfactory pet, [With note from B.F. Burgunder.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to John E. Vedrenne
London; If Miss Buona Bent will call tomorrow between 12.30 & 1,

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to John E. Vedrenne
Pyrenees; I shall not be back until the end of the month

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to C. H. Norman
London; I answered both letters. Have my replies miscarried?

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Unknown
Ayot St. Lawwrence; Lord bless her innocence, with her two dozen!

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Robert Rattray
Edstaston wem Shrewsbury; I am afraid I am already full up for next season.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to John E. Vedrenne
Edstaston wem Shrewsbury; Whitney-Barbara is all bunkum. He wants to conciliate me

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to Ben Iden Payne
Carrigart Co., Donegal; It would be an interesting experiment: try it by all means.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [copy] Signed to Olga Nethersole
Parknasilla-on-Sea, Co. Kerry; My dear Miss Nethersole/ I shall never get this dreadful book out:

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to H. W. Massingham
Loondon; Mark anything on the proof you want softened or omitted.

  11  
GBS : AL [postcard] S to John E. Vedrenne
London; Barker won't come up : he syas that as the scenery is going into your store

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letters[postcards] to Margaret Halstan
London; 10 directional postcards for Raina in "Arms and the Man". [Shaw apparently dropped in on the performance and noted his suggestions for her portrayal. Each postcard has a different picture of Shaw on the back. Plus there are transcriptions of each postcard on separate sheets. Plus a note from B.F. Burgunder explaining the situation.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [postcard] Signed to John E. Vedrenne
Savoie, Thonon-les-Bains; I have no objection in the world to Mrs. Fay;

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [carbon] Signed to Ralph Brodrick
London; Dear Sir, I attach a special value to the invitation with which you have honored me

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter [mimeograph] to Emil Davies
London; My dear Emil Davies, In reply to your letter asking for my opinion [Note at top of letter says this letter was mimeographed and sent to all members of the Fabian Society.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Viola Tree
Ayot St. Lawrence; My dear Viola/ If I had had a notion that you would have liked Eurdice,

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to D. Lewin Mannering
Ayot St. Lawrence; Dear Lewin Mannering, You will drive me out of my senses.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Viola Tree
Edsteston wem Shrewsbury; My dear Viola/ Just three lines in frantic haste to catch the post.

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to John Palmer
London; Dear Mr. Palmer, What I said about a book on the censorship would not hold

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [shorthand draft] to J.N. Duddington
[Ayot St. lawrence] Dear Mr. Duddington, Shall we say provisionally a pound a week for the furniture [With letter from Duddington to Mrs. Shaw, 23-6-12, and a transcription of Shaw's shorthand; plus a note from B.F. Burgunder with explanations.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to C. H. Norman
[London] Dear Norman, The Malatesta Case comes sufficiently within the range of Radical interest [With note in Shaw's hand at the tope]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Dorothy Minto
London; As the book is coming to pieces I have sent it to be stitched [With note from B. F. Burgunder giving background.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter [card] Signed to [Cyril Sykes]
It is quite a mistake to suppose that male polictical prisoners are in any way privileged.

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Simon Brentano
London; My dear Mr. Brentano, Whatever the reason may be, it is beyond all question

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[card] to Simon Brentano
London; The enclosed will help to document my letter

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Augusta, Lady Gregory
Ayot St. Lawrence; My dear Lady Gregory/ Three times at least I have begun letters to you; [With comments from Dan. H. Laurence]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Augusta, Lady Gregory
Ayot St. Lawrence; Our letters crossed. I'll write to the Lord Mayor. [Shaw photo on the back of the postcard]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Walter Stephens
London; Dear Sir, The thing is entirely impossible.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Blake Adams
London; Dear Blake Adams/ I made one or two notes at the last perfomance.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to William Poel
London; I was in front on Tuesday with Barker,

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Brentano's
London; Dear Brentanos, On going through your accounts I find no mention

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Clifford Sharp
Ayot St. Lawrence; I have been finally crushed by Mrs. Patrick Campbell,

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Ashley Dukes
Ayot St. Lawrence; Dear Ashley Dukes/ It will perhaps amuse you to learn that the following conversation [With transcription included.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Rosina Fillippi
Valence -s-Rhone; My dear Rosina Filippi/ Thank you for a very welcome letter.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Clifford Sharp
London; G.K.C. has utterly failed to get a rise out of me.

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to John E. Vedrenne
London; My dear Vedrenne, Have you got the old prompt copy of the Philanderer?

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[card] Signed to Unknown
London; Keep all these press cuttings until the performances [With note from B.F. Burgunder]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Gilbert Murray
London; Sheafs of invitations, mostly from people who make downstrokes

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Fanny [Brough]
Ayot St. Lawrence; Dearest Fanny/ What! Carlotta Addison gone! [With dealer's description with transcription included .]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter[copy] Signed to Constable & Co.
London; Dear Contables: My novels are not copywrite in America, [With letter from Constable & Co., November 10th 1914 asking Shaw about selling his books in America. Plus note from B.F. Burgunder on the copy and note from Dan H. Laurence too.]

  11  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed to Bretano's
London; My dear Brentano's/ Mr Doubleday's offer is an important one.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[card] Signed to Harold Wright
London; Many thanks for the book. It will be most useful to me.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to W. Perriton Maxwell
Torquay; Dear Mr. Perriton Maxwell/ I had rather not answer your questions just now,

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Sir John Squire
orquay; Dear Squire/ Read the enclosed. Denis Mackail is a son of Jack Mackail [With note from B.F. Burgunder with brief identity sketches of those mentioned in the letter. Pasted into a hard binding.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Augusta, Lady Gregory
Torquay; My dear Lady Gregory/ O'Flaherty V.C. many now, I think, re regarded as a certainty.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[telegram] to Carolos Paton Blacker
Torquay; At vane Gower yesterday. Carolos handed the telegram from authorities.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to August, Lady Gregory
Torquay; My dear Lady Gregory/ On the point of returning to London

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Carlos Paton Blacker
Torquay; My dear Pep/ The worst is over at Vane Lower.

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter[postcard] Signed to Carlos Paton Blacker
Torquay; My letter of yesterday needs a postscript.

  11  
GBS : Autograph[shorthand] Letter Signed to Harry M. Paull
[London] My dear Paull, The members present did me a great injustice. [With typed transcription of shorthand.]

  11  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed to Florence (Johnston) Gamble
London; My dear Florence/ Why doesn't Constance get a war job? [With note from B.F. Burgunder]

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Florence (Johnston) Gamble
London?; begins "My dear Florence / How did that come about, I wonder?"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Brentano's
London; begins "Dear Brentano's / I enclose, first, some photographs"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; with a typed prospectus; revised in Shaw's hand, for the volume of plays containing Androcles,Overruled,and Pygmalion

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "Dear Brentanos / The shortage of labor here makes it"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
London; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson / If you won't read my works by degrees"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
Ayot St. Lawrence; postcard bearing photograph of Shaw; begins "I sent the last copy but one of the Caesar / prologue"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "Dear Brentanos / In your last accounting to me"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory
London; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / I have at last heard from Robert"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Sedbergh; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / I don't at all agree about Ibsen"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Sedbergh; begins "What are the prospects of the / Abbey Players ever"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
Sedbergh; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "I got Harris's book (the Wilde / one) before the 7th August"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Note: to "Carbonato" [Paul Reynolds]
Text of a telegram Shaw sent to his New York agent regarding the sale of O'Flaherty V.C.;with transcription on a separate leaf; begins "Am doubtful about Flaherty / What does Hearst offer / play contains roughly 9,000 words"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John E. Vedrenne
Turners Hill, Sussex; purchased at Sotheby's, December 13, 1994; begins "I have been out of London since Androclesappeared"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
Sedbergh; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson / I have kept a copy of the letter"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Note: Envelopes addressed to Ernest Newman, the music critic
One envelope is labelled Sedbergh, the other London

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ernest Newman
Sedbergh; begins "Dear Mr. Newman / I have just read your article"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Sedbergh; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "I now find that there is a / difficulty about publication."

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Ernest Newman
London; begins "My dear Newman / I cannot make up my mind about Glastonbury."

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Now, God help you, you are, like all hero"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; typed transcription on separate leaf; with two of Shaw's printed postcards, one beginning "I have received your letter," the other beginning "Mr. Bernard Shaw's secretary has general instructions"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
London; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson / Since you like writing letters"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to W.J. Bassett-Lowke
London; the body of the letter is in the hand of Ann Elder, Shaw's secretary; includes note on separate leaf by Bernard Burgunder; begins "It is quite clear that there has been no advance on"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
London; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Yes: my last letter to F.H. dealt with / Captain Kidd"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
London; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "If you have any copies of the Wilde book to / spare"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "I am sending one of my vellum copies"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "Dear Brentanos / I have just come across an unanswered letter"

  12  
GBS : to Autograph Letter Signed: Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "You will see by the enclosed that / MacCarthy"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to A.G.? Gardiner
Ayot St. Lawrence; with explanatory note on separate leaf; deals with World War I; begins "My dear Gardiner / I was, as you may imagine, delighted with your article: "The Dynasts"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to C.D. Medley, Jr. [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Many thanks for the tip. I knew about the / section, and, as I now find on working out a few cases, / underrated its value."

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / I have talked to the Stage Society"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson / I have been at the front"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Herbert Thurston
London; with photocopy of Thurston's article "Truth and falsehood about crime in Germany" from The Month(London) Jan. 1916, pp. 19-33; begins "Dear Sir / I am greatly obliged to you for sending me your"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "If you will send me the article I / will try to"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "My dear Lady Gregory, I have practically pledged myself"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lt. W.J. Wills
London; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Dear Mr. Wills / How do you feel about it generally?"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Sergei Ivanov
Gift of Dan H. Laurence, January 1989; acquired by him as a discard from the British Museum; see his letter to J. Tyler of January 10, 1989; with a note in the hand of Dan H. Laurence near bottom of the sheet; original letter unlocated; begins "Dear Sir / I have written an article for you"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "He literally was hovering over our chimney / pots with"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Sir Horace Plunkett
On the Irish political situation; with an explanatory "Note from Dan H. Laurence" on separate leaf signed B.F. Burgunder and dated May 10, 1977; begins "My dear Plunkett / I approach the question before the convention"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ernest Newman
Priors Field, Surrey; Shaw on music; Newman was a music critic; begins "My dear Newman / You have not tumbled to the joke about Strauss's Joseph. My elaborate apology"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ernest Newman
Kenmare, Co. Kerry; begins "My dear Newman / This is a reply to your letter from Nottingham"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Ernest Newman
Newman was a music critic; London; begins "My dear Newman / It is really rather interesting"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to B.H. Stern


  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to W. Perriton Maxwell
London; this letter is on the reverse side of a letter to Shaw from W. Perriton Maxwell; begins "After death, what then?"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "I have already heard from and answered the editor"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / It was rather a pity that we"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "The articles are being republished as"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sam. P. Gaines
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I really cannot understand a man going"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "My dear Charrington / No: I didn't call. And what the dickens is the"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; the letter is in part also a receipt; begins "Dear Brentanos / I have this day received from you"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Your letter of the 14th. May suggests that"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to William Poel


  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Colonel Lynch
Parknasilla; on recruiting the Irish for the war; begins "Dear Colonel Lynch / Your telegram about the recruiting reached me"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "Please send a copy of my last volume of / plays"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
London?; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson / Why did it need a colossal war to"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Hesketh Pearson
With revisions in his hand; all but the last paragraph is taken from the Oct. 28, 1918 letter, and most is published in Pearson's Bernard Shaw(London 1942) on pp. 212-213, 216-217

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / I think you may regard the"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Arthur Brentano
London; card apparently sent through George Sylvester Viereck; begins "If the Authors' League or the / Poetry Society"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "My dear Brentano's / Your accounts dated the third January 1918"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gerald Gould
London; with corrections in his hand; bought from Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., in January 1980; begins "Dear Gerald Gould / Hamon has the great recommendation"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Capt. J.T. Wootton
London; begins "Dear Sir, By all means send me any criticism you care"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Ernest Thurtle
London; Thurtle had written a "popular explanation of military law"; begins "Dear Sir, As a rule I have to refuse all requests for prefaces."

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Capt. J.T. Wootton
London; with corrections in his hand; concerns the means to military discipline; begins "Dear Sir / I do not think that any of the good qualities"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Capt. J.T. Wootton
London; the addressee's name is in this letter given as "Captain W.T. Wootton"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "I am shocked to find your letter / among the"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to Ernest Thurtle [initialed]
London; the "book" was published in 1920 as Military Discipline and Democracy,and was by Thurtle; begins "I have read the book, and will write to you about it as soon"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Miss Chappell
Glastonbury; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Dear Miss Chappell / What! begin writing light opera at"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Penlee; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / I wash my hands of Androcles."

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Curt Otto
Gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, December 19, 1978; begins "Dear Herr Otto / It is with great pleasure that I find"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to H.E. the Minister for Foreign Affairs
Read in conjunction with: Shaw, George Bernard. Typed Letter: to Dr. Emil Szalai [copy], October 5, 1919; letter to the Hungarian Minister; begins "Dear Sir / I am by profession a playwright, of Irish (officially British) nationality"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dr. Emil Szalai
Dr. Szalai was Shaw's Hungarian dramatic agent; includes holograph corrections on the copy; begins "Dear Dr. Szalai / I have to thank you for your very interesting letter"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Jan Sliwinski
With explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence on separate leaf; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw's authorized translator for"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to G.M. Jeffries [shorthand]
With "translation"; Shaw mentions a bulk offer of one million dollars for rights to all his works; Jeffries' letter appears on verso; begins "Dear Sir / The situation seems to be that Cashel Byron's Professionmay for business purposes"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gladys Pearson
London; begins "Dear Mrs. Pearson, This is getting serious."

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Viola Tree
London; begins "My dear Viola / I am sorry to say that I am convinced that"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ernest Newman
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I am just wiring Madame Vandervilde"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to J.H. Clynes
London; with typed transcription on separate leaf; the autographed lithograph referred to is in the Cornell Shaw Collection; See: Rothenstein, Sir William, Lithograph portrait of G. Bernard Shaw; begins "Dear Mr. Clynes / I have inscribed the lithograph in pencil, as ink would spoil it"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Curt Otto
Gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, December 19, 1978; begins "Dear Herr Otto, It is a crime to draw money from Germany"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Mrs. Patrick Campbell? [fragment]
Instructions on acting the part of Eliza in Pygmalion;with explanatory notes added on two separate leaves

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Viola Tree
London; begins "My dear Viola / In reply to your kind note about seats"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eugene Bertram
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I am sending the photographic / poses to Miss Tree"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eugene Bertram
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I forgot to say that I want a set / of the"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Orton Lewson
London; begins "Dear Mr. Orton Lewson / I am just off to Ireland for a"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Viola Tree
Kilteragh, Foxrock, Co. Dublin; return address written in: c/o the Rt. Hon. Sir Horace Plunkett K.C.V.O.; begins "My dear Viola / Chuck Pygmalion like"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Lucan; begins "Dear Lady Gregory / We were unlucky today in not being"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory
Lucan; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / As far as I can see the only"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; note by Shaw on envelope; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Would you care to be my secretary?"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Concerns his engagement of Blanche Patch as his secretary; begins "Dear Miss Patch / May I take this as quite final?"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
begins "Dear Miss Patch / By all means arrange with Mrs. Jackson"

  12  
GBS : Autograph Note: Ayot St. Lawrence


Notes on the size and financing of Shaw's home in Ayot St. Lawrence; also included is a map of the area, in an unknown hand; with a note by Bernard F. Burgunder. From Oct. 15, 1920, Oct. 14, 1922, Sept. 23, 1928

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory
London; formerly cataloged under the date 1916?; begins "My dear Lady Gregory, The enclosed from Sally Not In"

  12  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]


  12  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to T. Crome
London; written on a printed correspondence card [Laurence D7] beginning: I am much obliged to you for your letter, which I have read carefully; letter begins "It seems to me that if such a picture were / by Rembrandt"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Arthur Brentano
London; begins "My dear Brentano, My new volume of plays will very soon be"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Edgar Jepson
London; begins "My dear Jepson, You have got it all right I think; at least that is"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lillah McCarthy [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "On Monday I shall be at the Drama League meeting at the Haymarket all afternoon"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to A.E. [George Russell?]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear A.E. Unluckily your letter came too late."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
London; written on margin and verso of Typed Letter Signed to him from Hesketh Pearson, May 26, 1921; begins "Dear H.P. / The difficulty about replying is that it is"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "So that is what you call licking my boots"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
London; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson, Will you send me a proof..."

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Curtis Freshel
London; begins "Dear Freschel, I knew I should get you into a fearful domestic row"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
London; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson / It has taken so long to read the"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
London; begins "Dear Hesketh Pearson, That essay of yours requires"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to J.E. Vedrenne [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I am just starting on my holiday (meaning the servants' holiday)"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Yorkshire; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Hesketh: it is a pity you are such a ---- well, no matter."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Will you be so good as to / send a copy..."

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "Dear Brentano's, The enclosed letter and Insurance Policy"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Sylvia Beach
London; Cf. Ellmann, R., James Joyce, Letters III(New York, 1966), p. 50; statement of Shaw's critical appraisal of Ulysses,with particular reference to its description of Dublin life ca. 1870; begins "Dear Madam / I have read several fragments of Ulyssesin its serial form"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to [J.B.] Fagan [initialed]
London; "H.H." is Heartbreak House.Fagan produced the play at the Royal Court Theatre, Oct. 18, 1921; begins "My dear Fagan / Take a blue pencil and copy of H.H.; and make the following cuts in Act III"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to [?]
London; advice on how to learn musical composition and conducting; begins "Dear Sir, I can do nothing: old people like myself are"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to J.E. Vedrenne [initialed]
London; begins "Dear V.D. / I sent you a copy when the book was published"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Postcard Signed: to Lady Gregory Augusta
Ayot St. Lawrence; Yes, if you think it wise.

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Arthur Brentano
London; begins "My dear Brentano, About tha tcollected edition of my works"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to J.M. Strudwick
Harlech, North Wales; begins "My dear Strudwick / I am getting slightly middle-aged"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to [Sir] Robert Donald [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; concerns the find for the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre; begins "I have defended the capital fund of the"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to C. David Sterling
London; begins "Dear Sit, I find your letter waiting for me here (3.30 p.m.)"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to William Deuer, Jr. [initialed]
London; begins "Between ourselves, there was never a real old Italian method: Tubal Cain used to talk about the bel canto"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lady Rhondda
London; begins "Dear Lady Rhondda / The worst of coming to one for an"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Minehead; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / Do you know the address of John"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Crewe; begins "Dear Miss Patch / It has suddenly dawned on me that I have"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dr. A.A. Warren
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "The difficulty about using this report"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Siegfried Trebitsch
Malvern; instructions for Trebitsch's visit to England; begins "My dear Trebitsch / I must write briefly because when I was in"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "Alas! I finished up at Parknasilla / by slipping"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to Olga Nethersole [initialed]
London; includes facsimile of address on envelope; begins "What! Be wasted on the chair!"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Conal O'Riordan [initialed]
London; one leaf is a dealer description of the letter; "The proposal" is evidently for O'Riordan to write a book about Shaw; the envelope is addressed in a hand other than Shaw's; begins "My dear Conal / Unless the proposal involves an advance of at least"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring


  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Werner Laurie
London; apparently in response to a request for autobiographical material; with explanatory note on separate leaf; begins "Dear Mr. Werner Laurie / Many people complain that it has never occurred to me to do anything else"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring
London; begins "My dear Thring, In answer to yours of the 2nd about the"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Henry W. Massingham
London; on the publication history of his article "On Going To Church"; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, nov. 17, 1978; begins "My dear Massingham, On Going To Church is an"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George E. MacIlwain
London; begins "Dear Sir / I am much obliged to you for sending me the two columns of Needham news from the Boston Globe"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to George MacIlwain [initialed]
London; begins "Thanks for sending me the article"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; Pearson is one of Shaw's biographers; with a note by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "William being Silent at the top of his"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mrs. Forsyth Button
London; acquired May 1992; begins "Why, when I have done a particularly / long and hard job"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mr. Dupernex?
London; evidently the gentleman had sent Shaw some kind of "relic" connected with St. Joan; begins "Dear Mr. Dupernex / It was very kind of you to send me the enclosed; but I return it"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sir John Martin-Harvey
Strathpeffer, England; begins "Blanco is fully licensed, / and has been for years past."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Oban; begins "Yes; we are repeating Dr. Johnson's expedition"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to St. John Adcock
See Laurence BibliographyB423, C2504, and C2529; purchased 12/92; begins "I hope I am not upsetting the make-up of The Bookman"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "Not possible. Sybil Thorndike is / to take St. J. round"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring
London; begins "My dear Thring / It is quite true that I did not broadcast"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Madeira; begins "We arrived safely yesterday (Tuesday the 30th) after"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Baron Palmstierna [draft]
London; Baron Palmstierna was the Swedish Minister in London; Shaw sent a similar letter to the Permanent Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy; begins "May it please Your Excellency / The award of the Nobel prize for the year 1925 to"

  13  
GBS : Envelopes addressed to Blanche Patch
December 18, 1943; Ayot St. Lawrence; they seem to have been kept by Miss Patch as receipts; one is marked "Fur Coat," the other "Re. Joe's operation."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sir John Martin-Harvey
London; with explanatory note by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "Dear Martin-Harvey / The enclosed will serve all purposes. It does not bind you to / produce Blanco if in the meantime you should get going with anything more attractive"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sir John Martin-Harvey
London; discusses costumes of Blanco; begins "Let the imagination play. There never / was no such place nor no such people."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sydney Olivier, baron Ramsden
Stratford-on-Avon; begins "On Sunday I leave this place for home."

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Liphook; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / I am staying here with the"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
Sutherland; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / Ireland is passing through a series"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Shand
London; advice to a young writer; begins "Dear Mr. John Shand / You are in a devil of a hurry, aren't you? I earned £5-14-9 by my pen in 9 years."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gertrude Burnett
Ayot St. Lawrence; the postcard has a photograph of Shaw on the reverse side; begins "I was so sorry I could not come to"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Falmouth; begins "The son is not the man his father was"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's?
Ayot St. Lawrence; the address is to New York City, and seems to be to Shaw's American publisher; begins "The book on Socialism - title: The Intelligent"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Hunt Helmsley
Discusses the program for the first public London discussion of Mrs. Warren's Profession; purchased 12/92; begins "My Dear C.H.H. / Here is the proof."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Arthur Bourchier [initialed]
London; with notes by Dan Laurence and Bernard Burgunder; Bourchier presented with Charles Macdona the 1st London production of Mrs. Warren's Profession and played the role of Sir George Crofts; begins "My dear Bourchier / But for you I don't know what would have happened"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Blanche Patch
London?; begins "You can charge the hospital fees and expenses to me"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London? begins "Dear Blanche / You had better pay those expenses with your own"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George Sylvester Viereck
London; begins "DearViereck/ I never lectured in my life about physical culture"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory [initialed]
London; begins "My dear Lady Gregory / Do you remember my reading to you"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Stresa; begins "The £200 is for Travellers Cheques of"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Sir John Martin-Harvey
London; begins "My dear Sir John, I squeezed in at the Coliseum one night, and was glad to find / a house that left the management nothing to complain of. Blanco is / all right for you; and you are all right for Blanco."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Macdona
Begins "My dear Macdona, Mine is a dog's life. Half the time I am"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Messrs Williams & Norgate Ltd.
London; this is the carbon of the typescript; the corrections, initials, and date are by Blanche Patch; begins "Dear Sir / I have no objection to the inclusion of"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ashley Dukes [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; concerns his Candida; with typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Dear Ashley Dukes / I forgot to say that the notion"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sydney Cockerell [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Cockerell / This accidental biography of Warington Taylor is much more effective"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Oscar Swede
Stresa Borromeo; Shaw's response to a typed questionnaire sent him by Swede, with additional long note; begins "Remember my age - 71!"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mona Limerick [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; an actress, Mona Limerick was married to Ben Iden Payne, an actor-manager; begins "I tried to get you on the phone this"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to H.M. Inspector of Taxes
London; begins "Dear Sir, Pursuant to your JLF/3195 of the 20th June last,"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ashley Dukes [initialed]
London; begins "The address is Miss Bertha Newcombe / Tilmore"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
London; postcard bearing photograph of Shaw; begins "Quite good. I read the lot at a / gulp."

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; Handwritten note on card with printed heading "With Bernard Shaw's compliments"; found among letters received from Shaw by Brentano's; begins "I have handed your suggestion to Constables"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Ebba, Lady Low
Concerning the Swedish translation of The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism; with explanatory note by Bernard F. Burgunder on separate leaf; begins "Dear Ebba / You had better tell Glydendal and Bonnier"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to [?]
Concerns the Berne Convention, dealing with internation copyright; begins "Sir, It appears to us to be cause for very great regret"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Margaret Halstan
Ayot St. Lawrence; with copy; postcard with photograph of Shaw, marked "Copyright Robert de Smet Bruxelles"; begins "This is what I look like when anyone / mentions"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Cap d'Antibes; begins "The Chesterton debate books arrived safely; but I have"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
Cap d'Antibes; begins "Dear Mr. Tunney / On Tuesday next I leave this address"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Geneva; begins "We leave Geneva on Saturday night and arrive"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
London; begins "Just to say-in case you are"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Clarence Norman
London; begins "Dear Clarence Norman / Your old friend G.D. has had a breakdown and is very fragile-"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ellaline Terriss [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; an actress, Miss Terriss was the daughter of William Terriss, an actor who died in 1897; See: SHAW PHOTOGRAPH Terriss, Ellaline; begins "My dear Ellaline Terriss / This is a nice trick to play on an ancient and broken man"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Albert Victor Baillie
London; Shaw's views on homosexuality, addressed to the Dean of Windsor; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; with 5 leaves of photocopies indicating the connection between this letter and The Well of Lonelinessby Radclyffe Hall; begins "My dear Dean / I think the letter is a leg-pull"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to Unknown [initialed]
London; on preprinted Shaw compliments card; purchased Sept. 13, 1994, Swann Galleries; begins "What are all these about?"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Maurice Baring
London; note is reproduced as part of a typescript on "On Our First Meeting with George Bernard Shaw," by Gene Tunney and his wife, "G.A. and Mrs. T."; begins "Dear Maurice / Max Beerbohm and his wife are lunching with us today at"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Bernard Miall
London; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Miall / I am much obliged to you for letting me know about the"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Hastings; begins "Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Webb want to go"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Brioni; begins "Tell Kyllmann that there is no difficulty"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to "Signor J.N. Pasara" [Gene Tunney]
Brioni, Istria; included are the envelope addressed by Shaw, and an Autograph Note initialed by Gene Tunney explaining Shaw's letter; begins "Dear Sir / I appreciate your kind intention in"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Notes Initialed: to [Blanche Patch]
Brioni; I want to know what business Barbara [Major Barbara] has done during its eight week's run.

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
Venice; with photocopies; begins "My dear Gene / We got a fright about you on the way"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Albert Coates
Ravenna; with his Autograph Manuscript Signed St. Joan: A Grand Opera, by Albert Coates, May 5, 1929; bought from Bernard Quaritch, Ltd. in January 1980; begins "My dear Albert / How is Maritana - St. Joan getting on?"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
Venice; begins "I have now secured my homeward tickets for"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to G.W. Bishop
Malvern; with explanatory note on separate leaf; begins "Dear Bishop / I forgot to say, in the course of our conversation yesterday, that the main oversight in the criticisms of The Apple Cart "

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Malcom Morley
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Perhaps you had better send me the / rehearsal"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Robert S. Young
London; on the subject of a National Theatre for England; with clipping from The Times(October 28, 1929) in which the letter is quoted; begins "Dear Mr. Young, The nation does not care tuppence about a National Theatre"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Augusta, Lady Gregory
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Lady Gregory / The portable wireless has just"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "If you can get onto Miss Lilian Dawson at the National"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Graves
London; includes typed transcript; begins "My dear Charles / My attendance at your wedding, or at anybody's wedding, is out"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Mr. J. Chachik
London; authorizing an edition in Hebrew of "The Guide" [ An Intelligent Woman's Guide...? ] by Tarbuth Limited; begins "Gentlemen, I will accept £10 for an edition of 2000 copies of"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Charles Benjamin Purdom
London; envelope and photocopy of the Everyman article, "Is Shaw Played Out?" by Purdom, included; letter deals with Granville Barker and the production of Shaw's plays; begins "Dear Sir / I have to thank you for an understanding article in Everyman"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Cliveden; begins "I feel sure I added something to the"

  13  
GBS : Letter: to W.E. Stafford
London; included with this letter is a three-leaf manuscript in Stafford's hand concerning errors in The Admirable Bashville , and other addressed by Stafford to Byrne Lackett; with note by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "I am much obliged to you for the correction in The Admirable Bashville / It is odd that all the most glaring"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
Shrewbury; Easter Sunday, 1930; begins "My dear Gene / The Cashel Byron proposals are only blind snatches"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Begins "If a Mr. Wise rings up wanting to see"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mrs. Cecil Chesterton
London; probably a reference to essay on Chesterton; See: Shaw, G.B. Typed Manuscript Introduction Cecil Chesterton's Anti-Puritanism; begins "Dear Mrs. Cecil Chesterton / Will the enclosed do? / I think your only risk of refusal lies in G.K.C.'s pro-Polish propensities."

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to the Editor of The Times
Great Malvern; envelope addressed to G.W. Bishop; for other materials related to The Barretts of Wimpole Street , see G.W. Bishop's manuscript on the Malvern festival, and Shaw's letter to The Observerof early Sept. 1930; begins "Sir, There seems to be a good deal of the sultry West Indian"

  13  
GBS : Typed Letter: to the Editor of The Observer
Great Malvern; concerns the production of The Barretts of Wimpole Street at Malvern; for related material see G.W. Bishop's manuscript concerning the festival, and the copy of Shaw's letter to The Times, 8/29/30; begins "Sir, On the 29th August The Times published an extraordinary"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Harvey Hogan
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sir / My great grandfather was Prosser Shaw's grandfather"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to G.W. Bishop [initialed]
London; begins "Dear Bishop / That stuff you sent me is not only an infamous breach of confidence"

  13  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Murray [initialed]
London; begins "I don't think any actor could beat Irving's Louis XI"

  14  
Calendar and dealer's list
The letters of Shaw to Dodd, Mead & Co. have been kept among the papers with which they were received at Cornell in August 1987; these papers are the incomplete but extensive correspondence file maintained by Dodd, Mead & Co. on business relations with Shaw; added entry cards have been made for all items other than Shaw's letters to Dodd, Mead & Co.

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Max Pemberton


  14  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Ellen Terry
Photocopy of the original in the possession of S. Phelps Platt, Jr. and published in Laurence, Collected Letters,vol. 3; with typed explanatory note by S. Phelps Platt on separate leaf

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Written on Typed Letter Signed to Shaw from Dodd, Mead & Co. on October 10, 1925

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.


  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.


  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co. [fragment]
Photocopy; carbon copy of transcription and Shaw's autograph, clipped from the original letter?, inside envelope; with notes in hand of Dan H. Laurence; gift of Dan H. Laurence, see: his Typed Letter Signed to J. Tyler of February 25, 1989; begins "Dear Dodds both, Chase, Mead's Ghost, Lewis, old Uncle Tom"

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Written on Typed Letter Signed to Shaw from Dodd, Mead & Co. on Nov. 16, 1938

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Gabriel Pascal [fragment]


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Autograph Manuscript: Cross-reference slips


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Under separate cover we are sending to you today your six author's copies of the Florence Farr Letters"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to W.P. Watt
Begins "I am returning herewith the suggested agreement for the Florence Farr book, duly signed."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Mr. Di Angelus
Begins "We enclose our check for $1,308.24, payable to the Irving Trust Company"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Document: Contract... [draft]
For the book Florence Farr, Bernard Shaw and W.B. Yeats;Includes typed explanatory note on separate leaf

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Autograph Manuscript: Notes on sales of Shaw books


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Mr. Di Angelus
Begins "We enclose our check for $713.59 payable to the Irving Trust Company"

  14  
F.S. Crofts : Typed Document: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Royalty statement

  14  
F.S. Crofts : Typed Document: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Royalty statement

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Our deepest sympathy and affection."; signed Frank Dodd

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Mr. Di Angelus
Begins "We enclose our check for $983.53 payable to the Irving Trust Company"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: Internal memo
Begins "Memorandum to Mr. Dodd / In reading these proofs of Mr. Shaw's book I found a great many mistakes"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Page proofs your new book received from constable stop"

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "No certainly not the proofs are unfinished uncorrected and were sent to you without my knowledge"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Thank you so much for your cable."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Very keen about Everybody's Political WhatWhat stop"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Mr. Di Angelus
Begins "We enclose our check for $1272.03 payable to the Irving Trust Company."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Six copies of our edition of Everybody's Political What's What?were mailed you on October 13th"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Mr. Di Angelus
Begins "We enclose our check for $904.06 payable to the Irving Trust Company"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "The Editions for the Armed Services, Inc., is desirous of including a volume of your plays for distribution to the Armed Forces of the United States."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Thank you for your prompt response to our letter requesting your approval of the publication of certain of your plays"

  14  
Brentano, Lowell : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Have secured reprint deal in accordance with recent conversation"

  14  
GBS : Document: Printed card "With Bernard Shaw's compliments"


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: Internal memo
Begins "The Shaw letter, as I read it, is a very clear invitation to Dodd Mead & Company to publish the Shaw books at $1.00."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "I hope you will forgive the delay in replying to your letter of a number of weeks ago concerning reprint editions of your books."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "May we publish this summer a selection of autobiographical material from your prefaces and other writings"

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "I object strongly but cannot refuse you and will send you material not otherwise accessible"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Delighted with prospect of additional material but urge all possible speed because of current manufacturing delays to meet summer deadline"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Summer catalog going to press and salesmen setting out"

  14  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Envelope to Dodd, Mead & Co.


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "The material you asked us to wait for was some new autobiographical material which we could use together with a selection of autobiographical excerpts from your other writings"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Document: Invoices to Shaw


  14  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Is it possible for you to procure and send me a copy of Green Dolphin Country by Elizabeth Goudge, and debit Mr. Bernard Shaw's account with the cost?"

  14  
Kyllmann, Otto : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "In answer to your letter of the 24th June."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "The entire staff of Dodd Mead and Company sends you greetings"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: Internal memo
Begins "Memorandum to Mr. H.C. Lewis / Mr. E.H. Dodd, Jr. / Just as a matter of written record, I think we ought to consider for near-future publication the idea of a Shaw omnibus"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
With two carbon copies; begins "While we understandthat you are turning over business arrangements in connection with your literary affairs to the Incorporated Society of Authors, Playwrights and Composers, nevertheless I venture to approach you on a matter on which I am sure you will wish to make your own decision."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "The enclosed is a revised version of the Proposal for Shaw Reader which should have accompanied our letter of October 22nd."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Sorry impossible my contracts with Penguin and Oxford University Press forbid"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "We were greatly disappointed over your cable concerning the proposed Shaw Reader."

  14  
Winsten, Stephen : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "The American edition of G.B.S.90 has just reached me."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Reader suggests schoolbook why not two omnibus volumes of all the plays and all the prefaces instead of picking out the plums"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Stephen Winsten
Begins "It was a great pity that we had no time to consult you when preparing the American edition of G.B.S. 90."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Thanks for your cable. We already have two omnibus volumes of your plays - Nine Plays and Six Plays - and another one in contemplation for a later period."

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "'An omnibus selection' is a contradiction in terms."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Document: Invoice to Shaw


  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "This is just to tell you that we despatched a copy of William Morris As I Knew Himto Mr. Andrew Low"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "We have become reconciled most reluctantly, at least for the present time, to your decision against our proposal for a Shaw Reader."

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Don't engage anyone to edit the autobiographical collection."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Thank you for your post card. We certainly shall not let anyone 'edit' the material."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Mr. Shaw has perhaps showed you my recent correspondence with him concerning a collection of autobiographical writings selected from his works."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Otto Kyllmann
Begins "Since I last wrote you about out various thoughts for a Shaw anthology we have had a good deal of correspondence with Mr. Shaw and have finally projected a volume of autobiographical selections from his works."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Thank you for your letter of February 3rd."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Your prompt letter is appreciated. We have given careful thought to your proposal and are anxious to explore it further."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Includes carbon copy and typed transcription on separate leaves; begins "Thank you for your letter of the 18th. Re Outside Contributions - I have in mind only a few:"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "We have been doing a good deal of thinking about the proposed selection of Shaw autobiographical material as a result of your letter of the twenty-fifth."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
"Cable decision appreciated."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
"Letter mailed yesterday."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
With typed transcription of postcard and carbon copy; begins "Thank you for your cable and letter of March 19th. May I point out that there will be plenty of unpublished material in my projected Autobiography and that there had been a selection made of the Shaw letters"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Thank you for your interesting letter. It makes matters a lot clearer."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "We have indeed declined the publication of The Miraculous Birth of Language by Prof. Richard Albert Wilson."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Here is a first rough draft of a contents list for the new book which you might like to call "How I became GBS."

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "I prefer annual accounts;"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "We have been studying the table of contents you sent us for the selection of autobiographical writings of Shaw."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Thank you for forwarding on the letter from Carlton Lake."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "The owner of the Shaw Letter sold out of the Hogan Estate,"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "The form letter suggesting payment of royalties once a year was, of course, sent to you in error, as it certainly does not apply to your account."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "It does seem that we have been a long time deciding on what each of us felt this book should be, but I am glad to say that I think your letter of April twenty-eighth at last clears it up."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Fred: / Please give me a check for $250.00 payable to F.E. Loewenstein"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Thank you for sending back the letter signed, and your ammendment is quite satisfactory except that we would like to handle Canada if that can possible be arranged."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "I have been instructed by Mr. E.H. Dodd, Jr. to arrange to send you $250.00 of which is the amount of the fee due you in connection with your work on the book of Shaw letters."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "In accordance with your instructions of June 12th, we have this day arranged with our bank to forward their draft in American dollars"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Thank you for your note. We will assume, then, that Canadian rights are ours"

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Includes typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Many thanks for cheque duly received at Westminster Bank."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co. [excerpt]
Begins "As to the projected book of autobiographic sketches, for which I have written some new pages, I propose"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Thank you for your post card. Your news is most encouraging and we have had a note from Mr. Shaw as well,"

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Includes typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Reporting progress: From the material submitted by me to Mr. Shaw, he has so far selected about 57,000 words to which are added about 5000 newly written words."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "I am replying to your letter of the 10th of August in reference to the royalty accountings which we have been sending to the British Society of Authors."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to William H. Wise
Begins "Dr. F.E. Loewenstein, who is preparing a volume of Bernard Shaw material for us writes that he is trying to secure a group of press cuttings"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Messrs. William Wise tell me that the person in their firm who knows about those press clippings happens to be in London right now,"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "The number of words selected and approved according to your latest report of August 20 is indeed encouraging, but I must say I rather view with alarm your apparent emphasis on unpublished material and the proposed inclusion of art criticism."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Begins "I am afraid I don't know the Pantagraph Press of Bloomington, Ill."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Includes typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Thank you very much for your letters of August 19th, 27th, 28th. I have written to Miss Elsie Guthman."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "We are sending you under separate cover six copies of your Two Plays - Geneva and Good King Charles -published here in one volume in our uniform set."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to William H. Wise
Begins "Mr. John Crawley suggested I write you about the following matter."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Your letter of September 3 brings surprising news but you make it sound like very good news."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Thank you very much for your letter of the 10th."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Thank you for your information about completion of the book."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Includes typed transcription on separate leaf; begins "Mr. Shaw has finished the following: Chapter: Apology"

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "Thank you for your postcard. They are always welcome, and this one sounds interesting."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to William H. Wise
Begins "I wonder if my letter to you of September 5, 1947 could have gone astray."

  14  
Batson, Eric J. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Dear Sirs, I thought you might be interested to see the brief note on your recent publication of "Man & Superman" in the enclosed bulletin."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "It seems to be difficult to get in touch with the Kennerleys, although the additional information you gave me should be a great help."

  14  
Kennerley, Mitchell : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Please note my address as above. If Mr. Shaw will refer to Dan Rider's Book 'My Adventures with George Bernard Shaw', he will find that Mr. Rider lost out on the clippings."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Mitchell Kennerley
Begins "Many thanks for your very clear explanation of the mystery of the missing press clippings."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Loewenstein
Begins "We've been in touch with Mitchell Kennerley, and he believes that the press clippings which we are looking for are not the ones which Rider was interested in"

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Dear Dodds, Englosed is my latest play, for the present a deed secret."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "The Autobiographic Scraps & Sketches is being put through with all possible expedition for you."

  14  
Loewenstein, F.E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.


  14  
GBS : Typed Manuscript Signed: Ireland by Clipper
One photocopy of The New Yorker article "The Talk of the Town" dated July 31, 1948; and one photocopy of an article in The Saturday Review titled "'As corrected' by G. Bernard Shaw"

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Drown your designer. There is nothing so ugly in print as a combination of type with ordinary handwriting."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "We are at cross purposes."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "Yes, Self Sketchesdoes, as you say, come trippingly off the tongue, and I will protest no longer."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "Somehow Self Sketchestout court, is unattractive: it needs another word to give it a swing."

  14  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Letter: to Shaw
Begins "We much prefer Self Sketches, short though it may be."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Typed on printed correspondence card: Laurence D3; begins "This must be stuck to uncompromizingly."

  14  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "There are two questions on which you are pressing me: both difficult."

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "As you are still infatuated about $5 Selections, there is no reason why I should not indulge you,"

  14  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Begins "I do not understand the economies of this Book Club business"

  15  
GBS : Letter: to Lord Alfred Douglas
Venice; begins "Dear Lord Alfred Douglas / It is a pity that Wilde still tempts men to write Lives of him. If ever there was a writer whose prayer to posterity might well have been 'Read my works; and let my life alone' it was Oscar."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Paris; begins "After a string of misunderstandings"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Paris; Begins "The cold turns out to be congestion of the right lung;"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Paris; begins "It's now settled that we return on"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Mr. Hieatt
London; Shaw discusses his complaints about a garbage dump; includes explanatory note on separate leaf; begins "Dear Mr. Hieatt / I am much obliged to you for sending me the letter of the"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Moscow; begins "Your card, not stamped, arrived"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to ? [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "What in hell is this?"

  15  
GBS : Envelope addressed to Henry Kiell Ayliff in Shaw's hand


  15  
GBS : Letter Signed: to Lennox Robinson
Printed circular letter, headed "The Irish Academy of Letter," signed by Shaw and by W.B. Yeats, and addressed in Yeats' hand to Lennox Robinson; bought at Sotheby's, NY, Dec. 11, 1989; begins "Dear Sir, We have at present in Ireland no organisation"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Capetown; begins "The Holden account is right, as he made"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Commander Newton [initialed]
Knysna; See: Pearson, Hesketh. Bernard Shaw: His Life and Personality.Methuen, 1961. p. 390; begins "My dear Newton / Charlotte is mending and can even crawl about a little; but I don't"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Knysna C.P., South Africa; Begins "Dear Blanche / Any travelling just now is out of hte question for Mrs."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Commander Newton [initialed]
Knysna; begins "My dear Newton / At last I think I have some firm news. After ups and"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to H.G. Wells [initialed]
Warwick Castle, R.M.S.; begins "My dear H.G. / The Cape Fabian Society has just presented me with a copy"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Begins "I used up all my writing blocks on the voyage and cannot"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; includes copy on separate leaf; begins "Dear Sir / As I am old and out of date I have not the privilege"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / Good: I think you can make a real job of it."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "That is all right, of course; so / go ahead."

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Will you lunch with me at Whitehall Court"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
The "book" mentioned is probably A Man Must Fight,by Gene Tunney; London; begins "My dear Gene, I have read the book. Have you ever read the autobiographies"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
With copy; London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / Yes: the portrait cover of course."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
With copy; London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / Don't bother about me: it is your job"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / This chap is wrong: he is standing at ease"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / As to the beanstalk I could only express"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to John Farleigh
Great Malvern; begins "Just catching the post. Will write when you"

  15  



  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Malvern; begins "Dear John Farleigh / Many apologies for my delay."

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter: to John Farleigh
With copy; Malvern; begins "Dear John Farleigh / You will see by the enclosed"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Malvern; begins "I bought some shampoo powders in"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Malvern; begins "These are now perfect; but I want to suggest / a trifling"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Malvern; begins "Dear John Farleigh / The enclosed, just cut out of Punch"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Malvern; begins "Dear John Farleigh / That has done the trick perfectly."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to [?] Willett
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mr. Willett / I mislaid this play: it has only just turned up. I shall not steal it;"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / Call it £200 in round figures"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Allan Wade
London; begins "NO: I'm a practitioner, not a professor. / Besides, you'd have to take the Albert Hall"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / I don't think it would do any harm to print"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I have only just received Micah / and Pavloff"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "It is Sunday; and the letter / containing the"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I think the carrion bird / was a mistake of mine."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I see no harm in exhibiting a / selection"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Page 58 is horrid. I shall / write in 20 lines"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / At last the book has gone to press."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / Many thanks for the proofs."

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Colonel Lynch
London or Ayot St. Lawrence; on physics; begins "Dear Colonel Lynch / As I am not a mathematician, propositions expressed in algebraic"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "We start for our cruise round the"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Naples; begins "Please make a careful transcript of"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Empress of Britain; begins "My dear Blanche / Everything has gone so far"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "This is an indication that you have hit / French taste"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Frank F. Bennell [initialed]
Handwritten note in Shaw's hand at bottom; London; begins "Mr. Bernard Shaw, who is not and never has been a / professional lecturer, is now obliged to restrict his appearances / as a public speaker to special and exceptional occasions,"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
With notes in hand of Dan H. Laurence; gift of Dan H. Laurence; see his Typed Letter Signed to J. Tyler of Feb. 25, 1989; London; begins "Dear Dodds both, Chase, Mead's Ghost, Lewis, old Uncle Tom"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Requests poster design for On The Rocks;London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / Are you any good at posters?"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "My dear Farleigh / I am horrified: I thought I had sent"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "I nearly died when I was told / that 'the printer had'"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear John Farleigh / The enclosed is all I can get out of the"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Edgar Jepson Jr.
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I got the book safely in September;"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Begins "approaching Plymouth / Dead calm sea so far."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gregg M. Sinclair
RMS Rangitane; begins "Dear Mr. Sinclair / Thanks for the photographs. I have"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Sydney Carroll
London; begins "Dear Sydney Carroll / What can you do for me in the way of dates?"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sydney Carroll
Malvern; begins "The experiment with popular prices at the Winter Garden was not very encouraging"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Dodd, Mead & Co. [shorthand]
Includes carbon copy of the transcription; London; begins "Dear Dodd Mead / I am so bewildered by the unexpected turns American publishing"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to J.B. Booth
With dealer's description about contents; purchased 12/94; London; begins "Dear Mr. Booth / I am glad you destroyed the letters."

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Stanley Unwin
London; begins "Dear Stanley Unwin / The twelve and sixpenny omnibus has been sold out for a long time."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Simon & Schuster, publishers [draft of cable]
The date appears to be in the hand of Blanche Patch; begins "Impossible the deal is off"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I have nothing to do with your Income Tax:"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Sir Francis Younghusband
Corrections in the hand of Blanche Patch; with explanatory note on separate leaf; begins "Dear Sir Francis / I start for a trip round South America on the 16th, and am not / due back until the 1st April."

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to I.W. Prior
London; begins "Dear Sir, Do not let yourself be drawn into an argument."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Balboa; begins "Dear B.P. / I find that I forgot to tear off"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Sydney Carroll
Includes explanatory note on separate leaf; London; begins "Dear Sydney Carroll / Many thanks; but don't waste two first night stalls on an extinct pressman"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Begins "In the Red Sea / All well so far. Letters received duly at"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Victor Barnowsky
London; Dear Mr. Barnowsky/ All the directors who have suffered in the abominable persecution in Germany

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as the letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; London; begins "I have this record. It is quite"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter: to I.W. Prior
The letter was typed and signed by Shaw's secretary, Blanche Patch; London; begins "Dear Mr. Prior / Mr. Bernard Shaw asks me to say that it is impossible"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to ? [initialed]
The clipping advertises an amateur performance of Shaw's You Never Can Tellin Egypt; includes a note by Bernard F. Burgunder; London; begins "I have written to Routledge that the matter"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Sydney Carroll
London; begins "My dear Sydney Carroll / Have you ever asked yourself this momentous question?"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to [Dr.?] Forbath
Shaw discusses his "public" and "private" handwriting, giving examples of both; London; begins "Dear [Dr.] Forbath / My secretary has discovered the enclosed soiled scraps of my handwriting / 40 years"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hannen Swaffer
Primarily on the Labour Party and British Politics; Malvern; begins "Dear Hannen Swaffer / I must send you a belated"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as the letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; Malvern; begins "The main suggestion that occurs to"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hannen Swaffer
On the British party system; Malvern; begins "Dear Hannen Swaffer / I am kept so busy here that it ends"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
Malvern; begins "We shall be wandering in Wales until the"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
Malvern; begins "We shall be wandering in Wales until the"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as the letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; London; begins "May I have a look at these scripts first?"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as the letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; London; begins "May I have a look at these scripts first?"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
Letter is on the sheet bearing printed instructions "From London to Ayot St. Lawrence By Road"; London; begins "My dear Gene / We shall be at Ayot as above until Thursday the 22nd."

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter: to I.W. Prior
Typed and signed by Shaw's secretary, Blanche Patch; London; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw asks me to say that the practice"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
This letter is on the same sheet as the letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; London; begins "Yes. But unless you can get"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George Macy
Concerns the projected Limited Editions Club edition of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations;London; begins "Dear Mr. Macy / It is utterly impossible to print my preface"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "No 1 absolutely barred. I agree with the / lady who"

  15  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Sidmouth; begins "Dear John Farleigh / I am corresponding with Macy"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ada Tyrrell
With explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; London; begins "My dear Addie, You certainly have had a narrow escape from"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to I. William Prior
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "No. Yes. Please delete which is not applicable."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I am off to Eastbourne for all / next week"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
The B.B.C. wants to broadcast Act III from The Millionairess; this letter is on the same sheet as the letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; London; begins "No: I absolutely bar anything short of a complete broadcast"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear John Farleigh / Words cannot express my"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; on the same sheet is an additional note by Shaw in a difference color ink; London; begins "O.K."

  15  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; Sidmouth; begins "O.K. The cathedral scene"

  15  



  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to A.J. Smith [initialed]
Includes note of explanation by Blanche Patch; Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Very kind of you: but it must"

  15  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [Hamilton Marr] [initialed]
Notes by Shaw on a B.B.C. production of Saint Joan; Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Schools may mean either sixth"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Vernon Bartlett [initialed]
London; note on one of Shaw's specially printed postcards; with a note by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "We are both quite well (for our ages) and Mrs. Shaw bids me not forget"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "I had a big job to finish and / had to forget everything"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. But in future, if I am to"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "No objection."

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to James Habgood
London; begins "Dear Sir, I remember your father very well; but we were not in"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; also attached is a note by Blanche Patch[?] on one of Shaw's compliments cards; begins "Send it to them by all means."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "Why this appalling cut in"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "Hooray! Terms accepted. Go ahead."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "I have got muddled about those / drawings. I held back those"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Geneva is finished as far as the / dialogue is concerned."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sydney Carroll [initialed]
London; begins "What about the third act, which requires a practicable sea?"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh [initialed]
London; begins "The missing drawings have / been found."

  16  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff
London; begins "I am instructed"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff
London; dictated to Charlotte F. Shaw, and written by her; begins "Dear Ayliff / This afternoon I sent over a copy of Geneva"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "On page 94, line 10, change / the word lake to park."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "I strongly approve of the Lohengrin / idea."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London?; begins "My dear Ayliff / Don't bother to call- unless you'd like to."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "In reply to your AP/RGW"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "As much music as you like"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K.; but tell the announcer that I am professionally"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Droitwich; begins "Please send me the last"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Droitwich; begins "Dear John Farleigh / Nothing more exactly right"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Droitwich; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. Go ahead; but the last"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to George Macy
London; with this are filed 3 printed items, all concerning the Limited Editions Club edition of Back to Methuselah:1) The Monthly Letter of the Limited Editions Club,July 1939; 2) With the advice of G.B.S.;3) "Back to Methuselah": an announcement by the Leicester Galleries of an exhibit of John Farleigh's drawings

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; the second card orders Miss Patch to disregard the information on the first; begins "I am too old to learn new"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence?; begins "Dear Ayliff / This is a masterly cut if you want"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "No: let Flanco alone."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "If you are satisfied, I shant / intrude,"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London?; begins "My dear Ayliff / The enclosed is out-and-out important."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "This raises the question of the translation."

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff
London?; begins "Dear Ayliff, What a horrible play! Why had I to"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I forgot the stage staff this time."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Gladys Storey [shorthand draft]
"Kate" is Kate Perugini, the daughter of Charles Dickens. The story is of Dickens's relationship with his wife; also included are 2 typed transcriptions of the draft by Blanche Patch, a Typed Letter Signed from Dan Laurence to Miss Patch requesting a transcription, and a typed copy of a letter from Kate Perugini to Shaw requesting an interview for Miss Storey (October 1927); begins "Dear Miss Story [sic] / As Kate decided to tell the story that way, told so it must be in any"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter: to I.W. Prior
London; the letter was typed and signed by Shaw's secretary, Blanche Patch; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw asks me to say that he has no idea"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "Flanco will be all right for a long / time yet."

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson [fragment]
Text concerns Henry Arthur Jones; included with this facsimile are a letter addressed to Shaw by Jones's daughter, and a notation by Jones himself concerning Shaw; begins "The clique that abhorred me is long since dead; and as I cannot find the name of the club"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K.; but you will"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "It is an astonishing fact that I / have never seen S.H."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London; begins "The copy you sent me does not / contain the cuts."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; Shaw gives some suggestions on casting a performance of Candidaby the B.B.C.; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. Phyllis Neilson Terry and"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter from R.G. Walford for the B.B.C.; begins "Tell them that they must not"

  16  



  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ethel Shaw (Mrs. Gordon Walters) [initialed]
London; begins "My dear Ethel / We must bear in mind that under the new inheritance laws a mother inherits before a sister"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Herbert Whiteley
London; with holograph postscript and marginal note; begins "Dear Sir, In my father's time brass instruments were"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "They have just sent me a proof of / the portrait."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Malcom Morley [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "What about Canada? I am being pressed to tour it"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh [initialed]
London; begins "O.K. Send the block off. Splendid."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Frinton on Sea; begins "Sorry I forgot the enclosed. Better keep a"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "Probably it has not yet been delivered."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "Not enough for half the play."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff [initialed]
London?; begins "Dear Ayliff, I have just rung you up but can't get any"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Hamilton Marr for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. for fifteen guineas. The Government"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Charles Benjamin Purdom
London; begins "Dear Mr. Purdom, I have to thank you for the copy you have sent me of the proposal for an Actor's Theatre as part of the work of Equity."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
London; begins "Charlotte has written you all the"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to I.W. Prior [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Sorry; but I am very old, and forget everything."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "NO. The situations will make no"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Saul Colin [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear D. Colin / You must not act as my agent: I have no need of one"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Mr. Crawley
London; Shaw was considering dropping his American publishers, Dodd, Mead & Co.; with a note by Bernard Burgunder; begins "Dear Mr. Crawley / You have already received my cable of the 20th May."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "There are 52 pages of narrative and dialogue"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Edith Craig [draft]
London; Edith Craig was the daughter of Ellen Terry; includes one leaf of explanation by Karl Goedecke; begins "My dear Edy / The ancient Pagans, who had a much keener sense of public decency"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dorothy Somerset
London; photocopy of a correspondence card; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; begins "You can hardly expect an agent, who / lives by his commission"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dorothy Somerset
London; photocopy of a correspondence card; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; begins "You can hardly expect an agent, who / lives by his commission"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "Disgraceful delay. I am sorry."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "A guinea a minute."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "Two guineas: a guinea per 100 words"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gertrude Burnett
London or Ayot?; Miss Burnett was evidently a teacher and producer of drama; begins "Dear Gertrude Burnett, It is one of the misfortunes of the war that it has taken"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Donald S. Robertson
Ayot or London?; concerns Housman and Galsworthy; with explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "Dear Mr. Robertson, I met Housman only once in Westminster Abbey at the Hardy"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to I.W. Prior
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sir, The best way is not to protest. Wait until the war is"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter: to the Editor, [?]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with holograph corrections; concerns British bombing policy, specifically bombardment of continental cities; begins "Cui Bono? / Sir / First may we make clear that though we are about to propose an arrangement with the Axis"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. Four guineas."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hesketh Pearson
London; with two notes of reference on separate leaves by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "In finishing the story of Aveling by saying that I / had known only 2 equally conscienceless men, a colonel and a clergyman, I quite forgot the Reverend Harold Davidson."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "If all you want is the 38 words beginning 'I believe in Michael Angelo"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Hugh Westoby
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Plate arrived safely. Quite / comfortable so far."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed fragment]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "...color and charm the color of skin does not"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with photocopy and typed transcript; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "Elizabeth means nothing to me. / I am too"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "Yes, if you can get"

  16  
GBS : Written Letter Signed: to Ernest Esdaile
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Quite a vivid little sketch"; additional items include typed mock-up of a flier advertising Esdaile's book, inscribed by Shaw in red ink and typed note from Esdaile "A SUGGESTION", inscribed and signed by Shaw

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Elizabeth C. Yeats
London; photocopy only; begins "Dear Mrs. Yeats / Do you think it would be possible to make a private edition of it? How / many of the 500 copies can you"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to F.R. Brown Jr.
Ayot St. Lawrence; in this postcard Shaw describes Hitler as "a very dangerous madman"; begins "It is true that the high moral games"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company (B.H. Alexander)
Cliveden, Taplow, Bucks; reply to a letter of August 8, 1941 from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "No harm done. Fee £5-5-0

  16  
GBS : Envelope addressed to Blanche Patch
Maidenhead, England

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; discussion of Saint Joan;this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "I know only 5 of the cast, being"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; Shaw objects to a broadcast of The Chocolate Soldier.; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "I understand that the holders of the copyright"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from J.E.M. Waters[?] for the B.B.C.; begins "I must charge something as a matter of"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter: to the Prime Minister
Petition for a Civil List pension for the widow of G. Herbert Thring, former secretary of the Society; with a note by Bernard Burgunder; begins "Dear Prime Minister, We the undersigned members of the Society of Authors"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; the letter is in response to a letter from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "In reply to your AP/MTC dated the 9th"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ada Tyrrell
Barnet, England; begins "I am still alive and very apologetic / for staying so late."

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "£36-15-0 (thirtyfive guineas)

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Georgina (Gillmore) Musters
Ayot St. Lawrence; with note by Bernard F. Burgunder on separate leaf; begins "As our people here must have a / holiday we are"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Cliveden; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "I object violently. The broadcast"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from S. McGrath for the B.B.C.; begins "I have no recollection of this; but send it to"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. for 4 guineas"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this note appears in the body of a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. Say a guinea a minute with a maximum"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to James Habgood
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "After nearly seventy years I remember"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. Note that my powers are limited to my"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "I am sorry to upset your program; but this"

  16  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence?; concerns jacket design for Everybody's Political What's What;begins "Dear Theodora / Don't be excited; you are not being commissioned to redecorate the Sistine Chapel"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Theodora / The enclosed explain themselves / The blank form is in the first rank"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ethel Shaw (Mrs. Gordon Walters) [initialed]
London; begins "Dear Ethel / We have been in London since the 26th July"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to William Maxwell [initialed]
London; Shaw describes Charlotte's (his wife) funeral; begins "All ended at Golders Green"

  16  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence?; begins "Alas! All the clothes have gone."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Gordon Reynolds Walters [shorthand]
Letter in Pitman shorthand; with typed transcript, apparently made by Blanche Patch; begins "Dear Mr. Walters, The proposed marriage of a gentleman of 70 with a lady"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from S. McGrath for the B.B.C.; begins "No fee. The extract, in"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "You must be rolling in money to plunge / into"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Charles Kay Ogden [initialed]
London; holograph corrections and additions; discussion of language simplification; begins "My dear Ogden / Wake up, man: wake up. / You have utterly misunderstood my letter and missed the / point of it."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to J. Robertson Scott
Ayot St. Lawrence; with explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence; begins "I never spoke to Stead in my life, nor even saw him except once at a public meeting."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is in response to a request from B.H. Alexander of the B.B.C.; begins "My secretary tells me that I never"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mrs. M.S. Wileman
Ayot St. Lawrence; Shaw on the art of education; begins "The quotation is from The Revolutionist's Handbook"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Of course this is an outrageous extravagance."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Marie Bergin
Ayot St. Lawrence; postcard bears slight water damage; begins "You are better off than I was / eighty years"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
London; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from S. McGrath? for the B.B.C.; begins "Five guineas. I will send a line"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence?; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from S. McGrath for the B.B.C.; begins "This won't do at all. Never cry stinking fish."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "I am all in favor of the story being"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "By all means do what you can / I had a talk about it with you father yesterday"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Theodora / Maxwell is clamoring for that jacket / Don't try to improve it"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "Is the broadcast to be in English or Chinese?"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Otto Kyllmann [shorthand]
Includes a typed transcript; the draft is on the reverse of a letter from Kyllmann to Shaw; Otto Kyllmann was with Constable & Co.; begins "Dear O.K. / I am not at all convinced that 20,000 more What's What will be needed."

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Clare / Forgive the orgy of bullying bad manners in which I indulged on Sunday / Its intention was friendly but as it did not produce"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "Is the broadcast to be in English or Chinese?"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Bertha Newcombe
Ayot St. Lawrence; purchased from Swann Galleries, February 2, 1995; includes one 10 shillings note and 1 photo of Mrs. Shaw; begins "My dear Bertha / the ten shillings is for / Ann, if she still exists."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed & Typed Letter Signed: to Lawrence Smith
Includes 3 Autograph Letters Signed and 7 Typed Letters Signed; Quaritch, 8/03

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "...for the Shavian News design / This is the fee I mentioned to your mother"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Theodora / The enclosed draft of the letter which should accompany your design"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from S. McGrath[?] for the B.B.C.; begins "O.K. No charge"

  17  
GBS : Typed & Autograph Letter: to John Wardrop
Includes handwritten and typed copies; both copies appear to be transcripts, made perhaps by Blanche Patch; begins "Your letter is an alarming one: I perceive that I am ruining you,"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "At Wardrop's earnest request I / sent him a few"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Eleanor O'Connell
Shaw apparently sent this copy to Miss Patch with his letter to her of the same day, for her information. The letter is to an older woman with whom young John Wardrop was consorting and whom he had passed off as his wife to Shaw, according to Dan H. Laurence; begins "He proved impossible. He was too young, too excitable."

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Blanche, Wardrop has just burst in on"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is a response to a request from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "In reply to your 03/CT/BHA dated"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "You cannot be tied down unless you tie"

  17  
GBS : Telegram to Time and Tide


  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
This letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Mary Somerville for the B.B.C.; begins "If the extract from C&C is really to illustrate a lecture, it is fair quotation, to"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to F.E. Loewenstein [initialed]
London; with note on separate leaf; begins "If you are writing to Felix Grendon tell him"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence; note of instruction accompanying some work to be done (not included); begins "Please fair copy this on green & yellow as usual / for"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Allan Wade
Ayot St. Lawrence; inscribed on verso of photo of Shaw; with envelope; begins "Dear Mr. Allan Wade / I am deeply indebted to you for the corrections, and hope that they may no"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; text concerns preliminary study for the statue of Saint Joan which Clare Winsten was to sculpt for Shaw; begins "My dear Clare / What an incorrigible megalomaniac you are! Do you suppose I want a white stone ghost of Joan"

  17  
GBS : Typed Note: Is quite correct, . . .
Concerns Shaw's will, and the trusteeship of the same; with a note at bottom, "Above, after interview with Mr. Thrupp, of Public Trustee Office."

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Blanche, You have given me a jolt at last"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Theodora / I want you to make a private note that the film bargain is not a sound one"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Dodd, Mead & Co.
Photocopy, with notes added in the hand of Dan H. Laurence; gift of Dan H. Laurence, January 1989; begins "Dear Dodds, I have to thank you for the accounts and"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; "C&C" is Caesar and Cleopatra; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "Having now heard the film of C&C, I might"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company
This letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from M.T. Candler for the B.B.C.; begins "No. These scenes"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Val Gielgud for the B.B.C.; begins "Splendid in its entirety, but"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to William Rowbottom
London; with this letter is filed Rowbottom's original letter to Shaw concerning suicide and copy of Shaw's response; begins "Dear Sir / Killing yourself is a matter for your own judgement / Nobody can prevent you; and if you are convinced"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "These 15" broadcasts are no use to me."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the reverse side of a letter to Shaw from B.H. Alexander for the B.B.C.; begins "As to Italy and The Dark Lady, O.K."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to ? [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence[?]; with a photocopy and typed transcript; advice on casting for Don Juan in Hell; begins "I am told that you intend / to make Don Juan"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Clare / The enclosed card and cheque will see you through as far as casting is concerned"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mrs. Winsten / It having been agreed between us to decorate the dell in my garden with a statue of Joan of Arc"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to W.G.C. Gundry [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Gervinus and all that lot are, as to Shakespeare, unreadable bardolators."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Georgina (Gillmore) Musters [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; for discussion of this letter and related material see Bernard Burgunder's Typed Manuscript Study of 46 Volumes; begins "I should have said that Lucy / sold all this"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
London; begins "My dear Gene, I have just picked up your address from a letter your wrote to"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to ? [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; purchased from Remember When Auctions, Inc., November 1993; written on Shaw's printed calling card; begins "My job is to answer question, not to ask them."

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Mrs. St. Clair Stobart
London; with commentary on the "hopeless" nature of any attempt to revise the Book of Common Prayer and the decline of effective religious belief; begins "Dear Mrs. Stobart / The late Rev. Dick Sheppard suggested that I should revise the Prayer Book, as there were certain passages"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to ?
Ayot St. Lawrence; purchased from Remember When Auction, Inc., November 1993; written on fragment of one of Shaw's printed postcards, Laurence D15(a); begins "Neither does he ask questions; he answers them-"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "If you will send me a question- / nare, the"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ethel Shaw (Mrs. Gordon Walters) [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Ethel / The most hopeless, because the maddest, of all gamblers is the one"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer
Ayot St. Lawrence; holograph answers to Downer's typed questions concerning Harley Granville-Barker; one of Shaw's comments is written on a fragment, including signature, of Downer's letter (ca. April 1, 1947)

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to ? [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Some persons with great artistic talent have no conscience"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch? [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; according to a note by Bernard Burgunder, this note "establishes the date of the completion of Buoyant Billions; begins "Here is the end of the play."

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Professor Downer, Many thanks for the"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ruth Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Ruth / Suppose you get six contributors and provide a story yourself besides editing"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I have sent an ample supply"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to J.W. Dulanty [shorthand draft]
Ayot St. Lawrence; includes a typed transcription; begins "Dear Mr. Dulanty / Thank you [for] phoning me about the defeat of Dev by a rickety coalition that"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; letter is on the printed broadside "From London to Ayot St. Lawrence by Road"; begins "My dear Gene / I see you have landed. I am such a pitiable old crock of"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Curtis Freschel
Begins "Dear Curt, Now that you are, like myself, a widower, I may talk to you freely"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mr. Downer, I cannot sufficiently urge you"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to British Broadcasting Company? [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; address on the card seems to have been erased; begins "Limbert has shown me your letter"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Dr. M. Baxter
Ayot St. Lawrence; concerns a proposal to establish a memorial to H.G. Wells; begins "Dear Dr. Baxter, I think the Wells Committees"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "The crisis is very trying: I cannot afford"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Gene / It may amuse you to hear that when"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Georgina (Gillmore) Musters
Ayot St. Lawrence; with explanatory "Note from Dan H. Laurence" added on separate leaf; begins "My hand writing is now so slow and tiresome"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to British Broadcasting Company
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is on the same sheet as a letter to Shaw from Joe Burroughs for the B.B.C.; begins "No. These dialect tomfooleries are not in my class."

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Dame Laurentia McLachlan
Begins "Just as your letter came it happened also that I had a visit from"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note: Statement for the press on the Spanish Civil War
On reverse of a letter from J.A. Balbontin, given to F.E. Loewenstein to be given to Reuter's; with explanatory note on separate leaf

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Stephen Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; concerns memorial stone for Harry and Clara Higgs; begins "Too late / I have engaged the local man who seems promising / His questions are very intelligent"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Clare / You mustn't make scenes with me: I am in that trade; and it doesn't amuse me. And I am much bothered at present"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Colonel "Eddie" Eagan
Ayot St. Lawrence?; Eagan was evidently at one time a boxer; begins "Dear Colonel Eagan, When my late wife began her career in that capacity I had much"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to William Ralph Inge
Ayot St. Lawrence?; copy made by Blanche Patch; begins "Dear Angelic Doctor, Celebrations are the curse of eminent"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note: Printed card inscribed to Isobel Ingram
Ayot St. Lawrence; text concerns sculpture of Joan of Arc by Claire Winsten; with photograph

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Theodora Winsten [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Before deciding finally about a nom de pinceau consider the case of the Sitwells: Edith, Osbert, and Sachaverell"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Note: regarding the coming Shaw-Nehru meeting
The 3 items also include a newspaper clipping and photo of the meeting

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "The marble of my hand by Sigmund Strobl / is precious."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "What books did Cockerell take"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to John Farleigh [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "No preference, except for / yours."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eric Bentley
Ayot St. Lawrence; on Shaw's background reading for his play Saint Joan; begins "I read lots of Joaniana; / but I went by Quicherat."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I have no B.B. drawings left / Clark has all that you have not / Today Rectory Cottage is on view"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: Concerning Blanche Patch and Judy Musters
Ayot St. Lawrence; Miss Patch's holograph appears at the bottom, answering Shaw's note

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I have not become a landlord nor a mortgagee nor done anything for L. that I would not have done"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Maxwell has sent me your letter dated the 14th."

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Fanny Holtzmann
Signature in Pitman shorthand; this note apparently intended as a draft for a cable; begins "Cable unintelligible filming"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Two notes of different dates on one leaf, in answer to a typed question at the top of the page; begins "No. I shall go on with Stern & Reubens, as"

  17  
GBS : Letter: to The Times Book Club
A printed postcard on which Shaw has written his order for "Ruskin by Peter Quennell (Collins)"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to "Lena"
Begins "I have not a rap"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Stern & Reubens
Ayot St. Lawrence; corrected in his hand; with dealer's description and comments on a separate leaf; concerns American copyright of Shaw's essay "Imprisonment"; begins "Dear Stern & Reubens / In 1922 I contributed"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Manuscript: Envelope addressed to Theodora Winsten


  17  
GBS : Typed Letter Signed: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; with a long postscript in Shaw's hand; text mainly concerned with Erica Cotterill, author of a number of works on Shaw; begins "My dear Clare / Sorrow be damned! I said nothing about sorrow. E.C. lived on a farm at Bampton"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Clare Winsten
Ayot St. Lawrence; concerning Shaw's relationship to Erica Cotterill; copy made by Blanche Patch?; begins "My dear Clare, Sorrow be damned! I said nothing about"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
The letter is torn into 3 fragments; begins "By the way, I should have said in my letter about your salary"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Alan S. Downer
Ayot St. Lawrence; signed "F.E.L."; begins "Bernard Shaw could not / license the production of"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "On the 30th the Bank / will pay £41-13-4 for the"

  17  
GBS : Letter: to The Times Book Club
Ayot St. Lawrence; postcard ordering The Last Attachmentby Iris Origo

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Graves [initialed]
Begins "My dear Charles / Forget me: I am out of date. I don't"

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter: to Europa Films [shorthand draft]
London; both letters deal with film rights in Sweden to Shaw's Pygmalion; with "translation" and accompanying note by Bernard Burgunder

  17  
GBS : Autograph Letter Signed: to I. William Prior [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this letter is an answer to a letter from Prior to Shaw dated July 15, 1950, and appears on the same sheet with it; begins "I have not changed my registered"

  17  
GBS : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Ayot St. Lawrence; literary advice on the writing of her autobiography Thirty Years With G.B.S.; with copy of letter, apparently made by Blanche Patch; begins "My dear Blanche / Make a very sparing use of the"

  18  
GBS : Typed Letter: to E. Margaret Wheeler
Typed transcripts made by Mrs. Wheeler and corrected in her hand of letters to her by Shaw and of her letters to him; the transcript totals 467 numbered pages plus a carbon copy of an index and an identifying note written by Mrs. Wheeler

  18  
GBS : Typed Letter: to E. Margaret Wheeler
A complete photocopy of the 39 letters to and from E. Margaret Wheeler; should be used instead of the transcripts whenever possible

  112-114  
The following, from Box 112-114, forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection [subseries]:
  112  
GBS : Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
[Ayot St. Lawrence] My Ayot supply of Higgins's Eternal Ink [Ann Elder was Shaw's second secretary [1911?]-1920]

  112  
GBS : Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
[Nancy, France] I shall be at this address [Postcard verso has photo of the Excelsior Hotel]

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
[Nancy, France] Write to Miss C.A. Arfwedson, 56A Long Acre, [Postcard verso has photo of the Excelsior Hotel]

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
[London] Say that I [am] just leaving town,

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I am sending the fourth act of Pygmalion.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I shall not be up until Thursday.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; For the new address book: Jacob Epstein,

  112  
GBS: Autographed noteto Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; For new address book: - Arthur Shaw,

  112  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Folkestone; Sister, Ann/ Send cards about my being abroad to J. E. Vedrome [On letterhead of The Frederick Hotels Limited, Royal Pavilion Hotel]

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Hotel de Russie, Kissingen, Germany; Please make two typed copies of the enclosed duplicate

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Herbrechstingen, Germany; All my plans are changed. [On verso is scenic picture of Bad Kissingen, Maxbrunnen]

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
The Grand Hotel, Birmingham; Please wire to me the very first thing

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Edstaston; I shall go up to Ayot tomorrow;

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please make 2 copies of the enclosed.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please copy out and send me the last speck on page 171

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Send me down any motor catalogues that come.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence;Write to Guiras or Quiras to say that my Spanish translations are already provided for.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence;Yes: send down the Awakeners; but send one copy downstairs

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Send Hamon a copy of the Common Sense of Municipal Trading.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
At the Little Theatre they told me that they had sent me half a dozen copies

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
You must throw yourself on this instantly and type it as hard as you can. [Verso has Shaw's shorthand on it.]

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Get a box from Drinkwater for John Bull for Tuesday

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; You did not put the Parents & Children preface into my writing case.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Longmynd Hotel, Church Stretton, Salop;It is all right about Miss Kinston: I telegraphed to her

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
When you see "stat" in the margin, do not copy it: pass it over.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
If Clark sends proofs of Androcles, send one set over to Granville Barker at once.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Kilteragh, Foxrock, Co. Dublin; Theree is a big document lying about somewhere,

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; There is a letter somewhere from C\Owen Lewis asking me to write him

  112  
GBS: Autographed letter signed to H.A. Des Voeux
London; Dear Des Voeux, I have just learned from a friend of my sister

  112  
GBS: Autographed note to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Collect all the bankers' receipts, amounting to 1000 pounds in all, [This is a reply to Ann Elder; her question to Shaw is on the same leaf.]

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
[Kilteragh, Foxrock, Co. Dublin]; We cross tonight to Holyland and shall reach Ayot on Sunday

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Better send Godard a copy of last years Supertax Carlow return

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Appoint 11 on Saturday for Franser Outram.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note to Ann Elder
Torcross Hotel, near Kingsbridge, S. Devon; Telegrams/ Hotel. Torcross./ My address

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
London; I forgot to say that Miss Ashwell's address is:

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Great Catherine has been finished & typed long since;

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
London; Tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon I start for Folkstone.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
[Hotel de la] Croix d'Or, Valence-s-Rhone; We shall stay at this hotel for the rest of the week

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Hotel de la Croix d'Or, Valence-s-Rhone; I send you back the recipts, cheques etc. to be posted from London.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hotel de la Croix d'Or, Valence-s-Rhone; Please send Brentanos a copy of Pygmalion and a copy of Androcles,

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Valence-s-Rhone; Hamon says he has never had Androcles or Pygmalion. [Verso has scenic picture of Vanlence - Esplanade du Champ de Mars - Monument L. Gallet]

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Grand Hotel, Biarritz; I send a cheque for 35 pounds to replenish the cash box.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Grand Hotel, Biarritz; I enclose an agreement to be filed under Holland for the Doctor's Dilemma,

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
[Le Mans, France] How He died depends on whom can be got for the men's parts. [Verso has picture of Eglise de la Couture, le Tympan.]

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
I forget whether I sent copy of the revised Great Catherine to Trebitsch.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Housel Bay Hotel, Cornwall; I enclose a cheque for the Park Village rent.

  112  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Ilfracombe Hotel, Ilfracombe, North Devon; The Trade Union Congress utterly repudiated that audacous thirtyfive shilling standard.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Somerset; Please send one to Ayot (where I shall arrive on Sunday) [Verso contains photo of Hotel Metropole, Minehead, Somerset.]

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot, St. LawrenceI want the enclosed by return of post, so that I can catch

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Transcribe the enclosed & send it down straight to the New Statesman,

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I want a letter from Pharall Smith enclosing a letter

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; You had better send a card to all the actors & actresses to say that I am out of town.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Ssend back the play left yesterday

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Send a copy of Pygmalion with my compliemtns to Arthur Bourchier

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; The enclosed is to be filed for reference under The Music Cure.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Make two copies of the enclosed; and send one to Constable

  112  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
The Danum Hotel, Doncaster; Sister Ann/ I have left your memorandum of Charlotte's address in London.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Royal Crescent Hotel, Filey, Yorkshire; At the next opportunity remind me of the name of the acting manager [Verso has scenic photo of The Caves, Filey Brigg]

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Royal Crescent Hotel, Filey, Yorkshire; Kilsby is still too ill to move; but we hope to get away tomorrow.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Laurence; Miss Pratt has just telegraphed her address,

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Coole Park, C. Galway; Please send me a spring back portfolio - my green sheets are blowing all over the place.

  112  
GBS: Typed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; If you can find two brushes for cleaning the type of this machine anywhere

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Send three copies of Pygmalion (if we have so many to spare)

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
The Lodree Hotel, Keswick; Send Fischer one of the postcards: the one with folded arms -

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Lodore Hotel, Keswick; Get the box for Lucy - matinee 31st July Kinsway.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; It is very unlikely that the banks will not open tomorrow - [Verso contains photo of the Torquay Hydro-Hotel]

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Do not forget to send me all press cuttings.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; We seem likely to stay here for some time - possibly all the time.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; It occurs to me that I promised to pay the censor's fee if Mrs. Warren's Profession was submitted.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hyro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; I have received a cheque for 26-5-0 pounds from the Daily News for an article

  112  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Among the enclosures (mostly for filing) is a cheque from Heys which should be acknowledged.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; I want some of the postcards with my portrait on them - about a dozen.

  112  
GBS: Autographed note signed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Make me Two Typed copies of this; keep one by you at Adelphi Terrace;

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Your two cards arrived together this morning.

  112  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please ring up Mr. Sidney Webb & ask for instructions as to the missing Fabian Research report,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I want Mrs. Desmond Fitzgerald's address - somewhere near Dingle in the County Kerry.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Savernake Forst Hotel, Nr. Marlborough, Wiltshire; I shall be at this address until Sunday morning.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
The Spread Eagle Hotel, Midhurst; I shall stay here tomorrow and go on the the Bridge Hotel,

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
The Beacon Hotel, Crowborough, Sussex; I am coming back tomorrow (Saturday).

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please send the enclosed cheque (after filling in the name) to Dylsbeck, who wrote to me

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Royal Crescent Hotel, Brighton; Please type me a fair copy of the enclosed.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Royal Crescent Hotel, Brighton; I have promised tickets for Fanny to four young ladies at the Fox Institute in Regnet St.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
[Fox] The letters had better be forwarded direct to me up to 6 o'clock on Saturday evening.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Coole Par, Gort., Co. Galway; Better send one of the press cuttings etc. from Mrs. Barker.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Coole Park, Gort., Co. Galway; Please fill this with Higgins ink, & return it to me.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Coole Park, Gort, Co. Galway; Please send cables as follows - deferred rate.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Coole Park, Gort, Co. Galway; I return the stupendous collection of stamped envelopes you sent me - Heavens knows why -

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
New Hotel, Dungeon Ghyll, Great Langdale, Ambleside; You did not send me Frank Harris's letter.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I shall not be up until tomorrow & probably not then until lunch,

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I cannot find the Insurance Policy for the motor bicycle here;

  113  
GBS: Autographed note to Ann Elder
[Ayot St. Lawrence] Yes: all right. Did Roger Canliffe apply to me lately [This was Shaw's response on same leaf to Ann Elder's questions.]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; [Entirely in Shaw's shorthand and unable to read.]

  113  
GBS: Autographed Listing
[n.p.] [Listing of items "Packed in Holdall" and items "Still to be packed"]

  113  
GBS: Autographed card to [Ann Elder]
[n.p.] I have told Standing to send you a gross of thin postcards [Beginning card (verso is telephone number change notification) numbered (1) and ending with (continued)]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; I want the American Pygmalion agreement with Livingstone.

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Mrs. Kilsby is not at/ Scat/ Bellyclough/ Mellow/ Co. Cork

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Probably my arrangement with Mr. Campbell [partly in Shaw's shorthand]

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; There is a hiatus in the Androcles preface, [includes some Shaw shorthand]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; All letters had better be sent straight on to me.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon;The letter and agreements I sent to Shubert are at the bottom of the sea:

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Do not copy the Shubert letter until you hear from me.

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Don't sleep at the Terrace unless the nostalgia

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Mrs. Kilsby is still in Ireland,

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Kilsby & his wife have returned from Ireland

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; I want, by return of post, as many different photographs of the queeen

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Hydro-Hotel, Torquay, Devon; Send me the agenda of the Society of Authors meeting on Monday.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note signed to anonymous
[London] Please admit the bearer, Miss Elder. She is my secretary, [ on Shaw's "compliment card"]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please make a careful not to insist on a ribbon.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; The Fabian Soc. sent the tickets; and I sent on to Evans.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I want 1. The Irish papers sent by Sir Matthew Nathan.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
I want a memorandum of my income for the last 4 In come Tax returns,

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Shall be up on Thursday - possibly or Wednesday.

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I could not get the three enclosed messages through from Ceodicote:

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; If, as seems possible, Barber should turn up presently,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please get us a box for The Starlight Express for Wednesday afternoon.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Can you find me any unanswered letters from T. D. O'Bolger, [Verso contains color photograph of the "Ruins of Ayot St. Lawrence."

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Cable or wireless Reynolds "Accept Metropolitan. Shaw." [Verso has color picture of Bala Lake.

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter to Ann Elder
London; [Handwritten letter to Lady Mayer for Elder to type] My dear Lady Mager/ I am afraid Iam a broken reed in the Stage Society matter.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; [Handwritten letter to unknown for Elder to type] Dear Sir/ I went to see the puppets, and missed the most important thing in a theatre: the pay box.

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
London; [Handwritten letter to Bertrand Russell for Elder to type] Dear Bertrand Russell/ Yeats wrote to me about Chappelow, enclosing a letter from a lady, a cousin of his.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Gloucester Hotle, Weymouth; I do not understand how the Barlow accounts have got out of the usual sequence. [On verso is a color photograph of The King Charles, Poole.]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Gloucester Hotle, Weymouth; I have had no proof of my article for J. P's Weekly

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Make a copy of this as early as possible, and send the original,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
London; My dear AE/ Clearly it is advisable to [mostly in Shaw's shorthand]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
I find I have come without a green writing pad. [On verso is picture of Town Cellares, Poole.]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Royal Mount Ephraim Hotel, Tunbridge Wells; Please send me a copy of Androcles to Windham Croft [On verso is photo of the hotel]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Windham Croft, Turners Hill, Sussex; Better send me all letters.

  113  
GBS: Autographed note[fragment] signed to Ann Elder
[n.p.] [page] 2/ 5. Send three copies of the Inca and three of O'Flaherty,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Windham Croft, Turners Hill, Sussex; I want a book by William Bell called The Exodus

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Windham Croft, Turners Hill, Sussex; Please send me a copy of O'Flaherty and one of the Inca.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; William Poel, 5 Amersham Road, Putney S. W. has been sent somebody else's copy of Androcles

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
White Hart Hotel, Sedbergh; Yes: send me the Wilde-Harris letter - both copies.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I shall come up to London on Monday, and start for Glastonbury on Tuesday or Wednesday,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
London; I have forgotten the New Age, and the prospectus of the Glastonbury Festival

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
The Crown Hotel, Glastonbury, Somerset; Please transcribe for me the last three or four speckes of the long play (not Augustus)

  113  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
White Hart Hotel, Sedbergh; Yes: send on Cecil Chesterton's book by all mean.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
White Hart Hotel, Sedbergh; Please send me a supply of visiting cards.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
White Hart Hotel, Sedbergh; Send all letters addressed to Granville Barker to the Garrick Club,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
White Hart Hotel, Sedbergh; Send me as much of the Clusterton Review as you can,

  113  
GBS: Autographed note signed to Ann Elder
White Hart Hotel, Sedbergh; The enclosed is not to be entered in the cash book:

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
[n.p.] Send those messages by Insp. Marconi. I want the copy of a letter I wrote to Helen Arthur

  113  
GBS: Autographed note signed to Ann Elder
[Favvy. New York] Agreed November sixth Booth theatre go ahead. Shaw

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Broadway, New York; Faversham may produce sixth November Booth Theatre letter follows

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; If Mrs. Gillmore still insista on cash payments, [with some Shaw shorthand]

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Send a copy of O'Flaherty, marked Private in red ink

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Here is a frightful job. You must collate these two copies of the medical article,

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Mrs. Chapin had better call on Saturday morning.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I shall not come up this week. You might ring up Mr. Page

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I want the following message sent by the cheapest available method:

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; You put a penny stamp on the Marbury cheque on Parr's Bank:

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Yes: by all means let your mother read anything she wants.

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; If there is any correspondence about the Irish Convention

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Tell Mrs. Bilton that my present intention is not to come up until Monday morning,

  113  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Prior's Field, Godalming; Enclosed are odds & ends taht I should have given you yesterday

  113  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
London; Was Miss Kaurer's a/c sent with the fees all right?

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Prior's Field, Godalming; If you can find a letter from A. E. Boyd (I am not sure of the initials)

  114  
GBS: Autographed note signed to Ann Elder
Prior's Field, Godalming; Please get on 15 one pound notes = 15 pounds

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
[n.p.] Stationery as follows/ 2 packets of envelopes, court size

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; Please open all letters. The one you conjectured to be from Lucy

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; During your absence the letters had better be forwarded to me:

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; I am sending a letter to Miss Dickens to be mimeographed.

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; If this reaches you in time, will you send me a file -

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; There is no reason why you should hurry back to town.

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Long Lake, Sneem, Co. Kerry; These are all for filing 2 c. [On verso is picture of Long Lake]

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; I find that my prolonged stay is eating up my stationery.

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; Please look in the letter H in the general file, also in K,

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Parknasilla Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry; Please make two copies of the enclosed, and post the original immediately

  114  
GBS: Autographed letter signedto Ann Elder
Kilteragh, Foxrock, Co. Dublin; It is not settled that we leave this on the evening of next Tuesday,

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Kilteragh, Foxrock, Co. Dublin; Do not send any books here, especially bulky ones:

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Can you find any more photographs for me?

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Cable Foversham as follows: "Since calling have learnt that your operations have proved fatal...

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please send me a memorandum of the payments I have to make at the end of the year.

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I cannot pay the Sussex Lodge rent without the receipt,

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Have you any refills for the Reporters Note Book?

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I got no letters this morning. Ask Una at what hour they must be posted.

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please buy The Herald on Monday & Tuesday (2 copies would be no harm)

  114  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Great Southern Hotel, Parknasilla-on-Sea; The enclosed finishes the third Methusulah play; and as I want to guard

  114  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Great Southern Hotel, Parknasilla-on-Sea; I send the enclosed not to spoil your holiday (though it has so far spoiled mine)

  114  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Great Southern Hotel, Parknasilla-on-Sea; Send Constance Collier the blue papper of terms and say that she can deduct

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Great Southern Hotel, Parknasilla-on-Sea; The word in the telegram was Cox.

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
The Hut, Bray, Berks.; Tomorrow (Tuesday) I go to Penbe. As they always bother me to recite

  114  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed to Ann Elder
Penbe near Dartmouth; On Friday morning I start for Presteign,

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Presteign; At present it seems likely that I shall return on Saturday to Ayot;

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I am comping up on Thursday. Tell Mrs. Bilton.

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
[n.p.] Say very politely that I do not understand the transaction

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; Please 1. Get one of the National Liberal Club pamphlets on Equality from the bundle

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; You did not put Eaglefield Hull's letter in my bag; so I cannot send the corrected

  114  
GBS: Autographed note initialed to Ann Elder
[n.p.] Please send me down, The last Macdona-Pygmalion agreement

  114  
GBS: Autographed postcard initialed to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; I am writing to Hugh Peed to send you a copy of Dr. Robert Bell's pamphlet:

  114  
GBS: Autographed letter initialed [copy] to Ann Elder
Shakespeare Hotel, Stratford-on-Avon; My dear Ann/ Send Miss Patch (your successor at the Terrace) your mother's name and address;

 
Series V. Manuscripts and Correspondence to and by others [series]:
  19  
Achurch, Janet : Autograph Letter Signed: to Felix Mansfield
London; concerned with Miss Achurch's agreement to go on tour with Felix Mansfield, appearing in Shaw's Candida, among other plays; begins "Dear Mr. Mansfield / Thanks for your / letter. In answer to that"

  19  
Abdul Aziz, Mian, khan bahadur : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lord Birdwood (Field Marshal)
London; begins "Dear Lord Birdwood / I don't want to buy your book"

  19  
Aldrich, Richard Stoddard : Telegram to Blanche Patch
New York; "Gertrude" is Gertrude Lawrence, she was married to Richard Aldrich; begins "Our Gertrude Joined Immortals Today"

  19  
Aldrich, Richard Stoddard : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
New York; a note written on a note card printed with an acknowledgement of sympathy; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Your wonderful letter was"

  19  
Aldrich, Richard Stoddard : Christmas Card to Blanche Patch


  19  
Arnaud, Yvonne : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Begins "To my dear Miss Patch"

  19  
Arnaud, Yvonne : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Surrey?; Christmas postcard; begins "A very Happy Xmas, and a very"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Autograph Note Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Cliveden; includes holograph transcription by Blanche Patch?; begins "Dearest G.B.S. / I see that Dr. F.E.L."

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Cliveden; begins "Dear Miss Patch / What a performance!"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Cliveden; begins "Dear Patch, [holograph note 'Miss!! She left out the Miss'] Thank you so much for your"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Cliveden, Taplow, Bucks; written on the reverse side of a letter from F. Heritage, Private Secretary of teh Minstry of Labour and National Service, to the Viscountess Astor; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I may still come"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Plymouth; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I was so glad to get your letter"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Maidenhead; on the leaf containing the transcription of Lady Astor's letter [by Blanche Patch?] is another transcription of a later letter from Lady Astor, dated May 25, 1947; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you so much for"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Includes transcription filed with the February, 1947 letter; begins "Dear Miss Patch / G.B.S. wrote me he felt Cliveden"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher (Langhorne), Viscountess : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Tuscon, Arizona; includes holograph notations; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I can't thank you enough for your letter"

  19  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Plymouth; with holograph notation; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you so much for writing me"

  19  
B, J W : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lucy Carr Shaw [initialed]
Wimborne; begins "Very many thanks for books."

  19  
Barker, Herbert : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "Dear Bernard Shaw / I cannot tell you"

  19  
Bateman, Henry Mayo : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; regarding a drawing Bateman was to make of Shaw; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you for your"

  19  
Baty, Thomas : Autograph Note Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Postcard from the Orient?; begins "As a close friend of H.S. Salt, I venture to"

  19  
Beatty, Pakeham Thomas : Envelopes addressed to George Bernard Shaw, using different nicknames. From Feb.; Mar. 20; May 2; Sept. 18; Oct. 15, 29; Nov. 6, 19
Includes card of identification in Shaw's hand, but with date of receipt assigned to 1882

  19  
Beerbohm, Max : Drawing of H.G. Wells, G. Bernard Shaw, and Sidney Webb [others identified in Beerbohm's A Survey, 1921]
Inscribed "Tout peut se retablir," Rupert Hart-Davis calls it "a first sketch for the finished drawing, which is now in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford."

  Mapcase  
Beerbohm, Max : "The Iconoclast's One Friend"
Caricature, in pen and watercolour, of Shaw and a member of "Mrs. Warren's Profession". [In folder marked "Caricatures]

  19  
Beresford[?], J.D. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I wonder if you could spare"

  19  



  19  
Besant, Annie (Wood) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mr. Thies
London; begins "Dear Mr. Thies, I will keep the"

  19  
Bishop, George Walter : Typed Manuscript: in Shaw's or Bishop's hand
Malvern; filed with Typed Manuscript by G.W. Bishop concerning the second Malvern Festival; possibly Shaw saw and corrected the manuscript before it was printed

  19  
Bishop, George Walter : Typed Manuscript: "Mr. Shaw and Frank Harris; A Reply to the Critics."
Concerns the biography of Shaw by Frank Harris

  19  
Bliss, Gorham : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
West Springfield, Mass.; Worthy Paper Company Association; begins "Dear Sir: At the request of Mr. George Macy"

  19  
Bolgarkoff, Elena : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; request for an appointment with Shaw; begins "Sir / Please be kind anaf [sic] to see"

  19  
Brentano's, New York : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Found among letters received from Shaw by Brentano's; begins "Dear Sir: We beg to enclose check on London"

  19  
Brieux, Eugene : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
St. Hilaire-Sur-Puiseaux Par Vimory (Loiret); found among letters received from Shaw by Brentano's; begins "Monsieur, Je vous"

  19  
British Broadcasting Corporation : Typed Manuscript: B.B.C. Broadcast English
London; begins "Over the period of its existence"

  19  
Brome, Vincent : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Forgive this scrap of paper"

  19  
Brooks, Cecil L. : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; the letterhead is The Incorporated Press of Great Britain, Ltd.; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Thank you so much for sending the autographed photograph."

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Typed Manuscript: Introduction of Dan H. Laurence
Introduction at Cornell University Lecture, Ithaca, NY

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Typed Manuscript: Last Will and Testament
With 4 leaves of codicils, and with Typed Letter Signed to James Tyler from Arthur Silverblatt, March 20, 1986

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Notes on Shaw's play Fanny's First Play
Regarding the first proof and a prompt copy; including a two-page postscript of June 1961

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Autograph Manuscript: Notes to Loewenstein
Bernard Burgunder's copy, annotated to record acquisitions for the Shaw Collection, of F.E. Loewenstein's The Rehearsal Copies of Bernard Shaw's Plays(London 1950); gift of the Estate of Bernard F. Burgunder; an unmarked copy of the book is shelved as SHAW Z 8814.5 L82 1950

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Manuscript: Obituaries
Obituary announcements and related information; Bernard Frank Burgunder, donor of the Burgunder Shaw Collection, died on March 3, 1986; included is the printed Eulogy of Bernard F. Burgunder spoken at the memorial service by Tom Bigler

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Typed Letter Signed: to Preston C. Beyer. From Mar. 15, 1977; June 9, June 26, and Sept. 7, 1981
Gift of Preston C. Beyer; with his typed and initialled note dated Nov. 17, 1986

  19  
Burgunder, Bernard F. : Typed Letter Signed: to Joan Winterkorn
23 letters; gift of Joan Winterkorn, October 1987; the letters are addressed to her at Bernard Quaritch Ltd. in London, where she assisted Mr. Burgunder in acquiring material for the Burgunder Shaw Collection at Cornell; Mrs. Winterkorn was previously a staff member of the Department of Rare Books at Cornell

  19  
Burns, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Cassel; date added in upper left corner in Shaw's hand[?] 22/9/07; begins "Dear Shaw / Delighted to hear your accident was not"

  19  
Butt, Dame Clara Ellen (later Rumford) : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
begins "Dear Bernard Shaw / Thank you a thousand"

  19  
Butterfield, Lucinda Frances Carr (Shaw) : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Includes a picture of the sender, Shaw's sister; with holograph note by Bernard Shaw "Sent £100 26/10/07;" begins "Gotha Wielaufe, ach du Herr"

  19  
Byers, J.S.R. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Newcastle, N. Ireland; begins "Dear Madam / Recently you gave"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Manuscript: Pygmalionscript [fragment] and two drawings of GBS doodled on the reverse
As Mrs. Campbell played "Eliza" in Pygmalionperhaps this fragment is part of one of her scripts; part of the Agnius Claudius-Mrs. Campbell material

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Manuscript: A talk on beautiful speech and vocal control...
The beginning of a speech on diction and voice tone, hand-printed or written in oversized letters; also included is an additional page written in French

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Note: to Agnes Claudius
Inscribed, "easter greetings to my friend of the Magnetic[?] face My beautiful Egypt;" also includes a holograph drawing of a bird and flowers, on the same envelope

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed and Typed Letter Signed: to Arthur Bertram
Mostly undated, handwritten letters, to her business manager

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Mary Augusta Ward
With a revised draft of the same letter, and with a draft and typed copy of a telegram circa October 15 from Mrs. P.C. to M.A. Ward; and with an unsigned letter dated Sept. 3, 1901, presumably from Arthur Bertram to Mrs. Ward's agent; all items concern production of Mrs. Ward's play Eleanor

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
With typed transcription by Dan Laurence and a note by Bernard F. Burgunder; date in Shaw's hand; begins "His Majesty's Theatre [London] / I have just had this letter from Klaw."

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Viola Tree
Chelsea; concerns the form in which Mrs. P.C.'s part in Pygmalion is to be announced; begins "Viola darling - Please don't let / Joey get us by the / ears!"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Thanks so very"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Manuscript: Chance-Medley
The typed title "Random Reminiscences" is changed, in Mrs. Campbell's hand, to "Chance-Medley;" the envelope is addressed in her hand, apparently to an agent or prospective publisher, but most corrections in the manuscript seem to be in another hand; three inscribed photographs of her accompany the manuscript; includes 2 leaves of explanatory notes by B.F. Burgunder, and copy of the auction catalog listing; WHENEVER POSSIBLE USE PHOTOCOPY, NOT THIS ORIGINAL.

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
New York; regarding the correspondence between Mrs. Campbell and Shaw, and its possible publication; begins "Dear Joey, They have arrived safely after taking nearly three"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
begins "Dear Egypt. Dont [sic] let your Italian friend feel uncomfortable"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
begins "Dear Egypt. Joan write[sic] this address"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione?; begins "My dear. It seems to me that perhaps"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Miss Claudius was a friend of Mrs. Campbell in her later years, caring for Stella when she died; begins "My dear. I am sending you the trunk as I promised"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius [initialed]
Sirmione?; begins "Dea[sic] Dear Egypt. I am afraid I left my stick agains the rail"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius [initialed]
Sirmione; begins "My dear. If you can do buy"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione; begins "My dear / What a beautiful"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Sirmione, Sirmione; begins "Oh my dear dear Egypt. I do hope I was not unkind-"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Note Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Begins "Could I see"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jenette Curtis
New York; with explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "My dear / What marvellous / __ ! I am / better"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
New York; received August 1984 from Miss Frances Tompkins with other letters by Mrs. Campbell to Mrs. Curtis, and two letters by Agnes Claudius to Mrs. Curtis; Cf. Mrs. Pat,by Margot Peters (New York: Knopf, 1984); begins "Thank you my dear / for your cheque."

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
New York; begins "My dear. That was no more a lesson than my hat!"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione; begins "My dear, I thank you for your letter"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Dear kind Jane. It is not for me to"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Boulogne-sur-Mer; begins "Dearest Jane, I wish you were some- / where near"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Jane that is a wonderful photograph"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Thank you dearest, / We are in lovely"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; with two picture postcards of "Lago di Garda - Sirmione - Le Grotte;" begins "Well Jane you are a darling and my mind"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "My dear dear Jane, / I had the papers safely"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Sirmione, Sirmione; begins "I am glad my dear you are enjoying yourself so much, and I"

  20  
Cambell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Dearest, Italy has so much beauty"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione; begins "My dear / Thank you for the handkerchief - it"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Beloved Jane / I did write and give you this address"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Darling Jane. I am sure now that I have received the"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; with an article on Germany, by Enid Bagnold, excerpted from The Sunday Timesof November 6, 1938; begins "Darling Jane, It is lovely to get this letter of yours"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "My blessed Jane. I find that just / round the corner"

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane. I thank God you are in 'Sunny / California'."

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane. To-day my fool Bank - 'The Westminster Foreign Bank'."

  20  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest most dear Jane. What will you think when you get / my cable"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
La Baule-Escoblac, a village in Brittany; the name has been changed from the "La Baule Sur Mies[?] of Mrs. Campbell's time; begins "My dear. I hope your stepmother isn't very ill."

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pau; Miss Claudius was the last person to be with Mrs. Campbell, in her last illness; perhaps this postcard was not sent?

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Frances Tompkins
Paris; with marginal notes to Jennette Curtis in hand of Frances Tompkins; begins "Dear pretty Frances. I am glad to get your letter - It was a"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; contains a comment on T.E. Lawrence; begins "My dear Egypt. It is nice to hear from you-"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane - Yes: what a long silence - and what a"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "My dear Egypt / What splendid letters your write."

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Oh my dear dear Jane - I have meant so often to write"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "I wonder how you are my dear Egypt - write"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "My dear. There is no soubt[sic] about it you do write the"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Darling Jane, I hope you are not ill - I wrote you a long"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane. It is so so long since I have heard from you"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Editor of the Evening Standard
Paris; with related news clipping titled "Actress Sacrifices all for Dog;" found with letters addressed to Jennette Cutler Curtis, presumably the hand written note on this letter is to Mrs. Curtis; begins "Dear Sir, My attention has been drawn to an article that appeared"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; the second page of the letter is missing; See: letter from Mrs. Campbell to Agnes Claudius of May 30, 1939; begins "Dear Kind Egypt. There is something a little different"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane / what a nice story about my drawers in your"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Frances Tompkins
Paris; with note on envelope in hand of Jennette Cutler Curtis?; begins "Dearest little Frances. What a sweet little note you have"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "My dear dear Egypt. How good of you to send me the 'Spheres'."

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "Dear dear Egypt. I think by your letter you are really better-"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Thank you dearest for the cuttings - I suppose in Canada"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "My dear dear Egypt / I wonder how you are and where you are."

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "My dear - here comes your kind letter and medicines - Was there"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Calais, Paris; begins "Dearest Egypt / You have sent 2, IOI [sic] in all and according to my"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Beloved kind Jane / I was able to leave the Brighton"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Calais, Paris; begins "My dear dear Egypt. I am glad to get your note - I was very"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Darling Jane - I have mislaid that little squiggly piece"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Calais, Paris; begins "Dear Egypt. Do do be careful of the injections - the doctor alters"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Calais, Paris; begins "Dea/rest[sic] Egypt. My money was 5 days late - hence the delay - when I asked"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Paris [Calais?]; begins "Dear dear Egypt. I was sure you were not well - Your dressmaker says your"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Calais, Paris; begins "Deqr[sic] dear Egypt. Dont[sic] send me 'Rebecca' I have had it given to me. I agree"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "My dear dearest Jane / What a wonderful / time you are having"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane - I found a page of my last letter to you"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel de Calais, Paris; begins "Dear Dear Egypt. I wonder if you have returned to England, or whet"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Antibes; with two picture postcards; begins "My dear dear Jane. I am in this beautiful place"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotell Josse, Antibes; begins "It was nice dear dear Egypt to get your letter yesterday - dated"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "My dearest Egypt. I have written to you but I have a feeling my letters"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; begins "Darling Jane. Your letter dated Sept. 12th has just"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; begins "Dearest Jane. How dare you apologise! Dont I know well"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "It is too stupid of me dearest Egypt - when I know that to write to"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed; to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "Our letters crossed dear dear Egypt. I was impatient - now there"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed; to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "Dear dear Egypt. I devoured two of my books instantly - How good of you"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; contains a comment on Shaw's In Good King Charles's Golden Days; begins "Yes; dearest Egypt - I have received everything"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; begins "You are an angel to have / sent me $50 & I was / very"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. It is so long since I heard"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. Bless you and your gifts and your boundless"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "Oh Egypt / what has happened to you? Where are you / Why have Int[sic]"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; includes her impression of Henry James; begins "Dearest Egypt / Now I believe I have"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. Your letter comes today flooding my heart"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; begins "My dear dear Egypt. It would be so wonderful if you could"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. I am waiting to hear from you"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. Its[sic] wonderful to get your telegram:-"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; begins "Deareat[sic] Egypt. Here is the Order - I hope you can change it"

  21  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Bookplate marked "Beatrice Stella Campbell, her book."


  21  
Carlow Urban District Council : Typed Manuscript: Carlow Town civic improvement scheme
Carlow; regarding gift by Shaw of his Carlow property to the Carlow Urban District Council

  21  
Carpenter, Constance : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
St. James Theatre, N.Y.; concerns The Millionairess; it seems that Miss Carpenter inherited the role due to unfortunate circumstances [the death of Gertrude Lawrence in September?]; begins "Dear Blanche, It was so nice to receive your letter"

  21  
Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns a possible production of Shaw's Androcles and The Lion; begins "Dear Bernard Shaw, I have delayed answering your"

  21  
Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Includes a suggested cast list for Shaw's Androcles and The Lion; begins "Dear Bernard Shaw, I am enclosing you a draft of a suggested"

  21  
Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, I fear that I have been very discourteous and remiss"

  21  
Carroll, Syney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw


  21  
Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns the Open Air Theatre; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, Your most entertaining letter on"

  21  
Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns possible production of Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatra; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, I telephoned your"

  21  
Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "My dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, Atkins and I are thinking over"

  21  
Chance, Wade : Typed Manuscript: My Two Encounters with George Bernard Shaw
With explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; the leaves are numbered 1-5, 7-8 (leaf 6 is missing); at the top of the first leaf is a note in hand of Dan H. Laurence; the date is derived from a letter in the British Library: Add Mss 50522

  21  
The Christian Commonwealth Publishing Co. : Typed Letter: to ?
The pamphlet is "The Charter of the Poor," which contained a contribution from Shaw; begins "Dear Sir, We should be glad if you could notice the enclosed pamphlet"

  21  
Claudius, Agnes "Claude Vincent" : Typed Manuscript: The death of the "Dearest Liar"
Account of the last years of Mrs. Campbell by Miss Claudius, a friend of that time who was with Mrs. Campbell when she died; includes quotations from the letters from Mrs. Campbell to Miss Claudius; "Dearest Liar" is substituted for the originally typed "Mrs. Pat"

  21  
Claudius, Agnes : Autograph Note: Extract from Miss Claudius's diary listing expenses incurred while nursing Mrs. Campbell
Pau

  21  
Claudius, Agnes : Autograph Note: Notebook, initialled "S.C.," containing notes by Miss Claudius on Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Miss Claudius was a companion to Mrs. Campbell, and was with Stella when she died

  21  
Claudius, Agnes : Typed Letter: to Rosalie ____ [incomplete]
Concerns Stella Campbell's relationship with Agnes Claudius, and quotes from the correspondence; begins "Rosalie dear, I have been looking through some of Stella's letters to"

  21  
Claudius, Agnes : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; received from Frances Tompkins with letters written to Mrs. Curtis by Mrs. Patrick Campbell; begins "My dear Mrs. Curtis, I am writing for Stella Campbell"

  21  
Claudius, Agnes : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Green End, Purleigh; received from Frances Tompkins with letters written to Mrs. Curtis by Mrs. Patrick Campbell; begins "Dear Mrs. Curtis, Your letter written on the"

  21  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney Carlyle : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Kew; begins "My dear Blanche, Although you have been long prepared"

  21  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney Carlyle : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Kew; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "My dear Blanche, It was exceedingly kind of you to send me"

  21  



  21  
Constable & Company, Limited : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; found among letters received from Shaw by Brentano's; begins "Dear Sir, We have had an application from Messrs."

  21  
Constable & Company, Limited : Typed Letter Signed: to Bernard F. Burgunder
London; regarding Shaw first editions; begins "Dear Sir, We are afraid that our endeavours to get you"

  21  
Corrigan, Dame Felicitas, O.S.B. : Autograph Note: to Gene Tunney?
Stanbrook Abbey, Worcester

  21  
Corrigan, Dame Felicitas, O.S.B. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
Stanbrook Abbey, Worcester; concerns the friendship between Shaw and Dame Laurentia MacLachlan; begins "Dear Sir, We are shortly hoping to publish a biography"

  21  
Corrigan, Dame Felicitas, O.S.B. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
Stanbrook Abbey, Worcester; concerns Shaw as a religious man; begins "Dear Mr. Tunney, May I express my gratitude"

  21  
Daily Express Literary Editor: telegram to GBS
[London] Mr. Lasky of Famous Players declares in the Daily Express that the cinema scenario will replace...; Signed Literary Editor Daily Express Shoe Lane EC

  21  
David, Albert Augustus, bp. of Liverpool : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liverpool; solicitation of a paper by Shaw; begins "My dear Miss Patch / You may remember"

  21  
Davidson, Gilbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Los Angeles; at the bottom, in red ink, is written Shaw's Autograph Letter Signed reply, beginning "No, Gilbert, NO;" the reply is dated October 13, 1938, and is a refusal to autograph books; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw: By the way of introduction"

  21  
Day & Son (Arthur Day) : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; with holograph note; concerns Shaw's purchase of the rectory house at Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sir, We have received the instructions"

  21  
Dean, Dorothy D. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Surrey; concerns a song quoted by Miss Patch in Thirty Years With G.B.S.; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I hope you will forgive my"

  21  
Dell, Robert E. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "the Paddington Radical Club"

  21  
Dodd, Frank C. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
New York; with Shaw's Autograph Letter Signed added to John Farleigh, June 14, 1937; on letterhead of Dodd, Mead & Company. Office of the President; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw: Thank you so much for your letter"

  21  
Dodd, Mead & Co. : Typed Manuscript: Textual and Style Variations in Brentano and Ayot St. Lawrence Editions of Bernard Shaw's Prefaces to The Doctor's Dilemma, Getting Married, The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet
With explanatory note on separate leaf from Bernard F. Burgunder

  21  
Downer, Alan Seymour : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Princeton?; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw: I am sending you herewith a copy of"

  21  
Downer, Alan Seymour : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Princeton?; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw: First let me express my thanks to you"

  21  
Downer, Alan Seymour : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Cambridge, Mass.; apparently a copy made by Downer; begins "Dear Mr. Sahw[sic], I have been wanting for a"

  Mapcase  
Dyson, William Henry : Caricature of G. Bernard Shaw
Unpublished sketch of Shaw in clown costume. [In folder marked "Caricatures"]

  116  
The following, from Box 116, forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection [subseries]:
  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 4 letters from Cockerell to Musters [Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 18 letters & 1 postcard from Cockerell to Musters [Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 8 letters & 2 postcards from Cockerell to Musters [One letter written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 11 letters & 3 postcards from Cockerell to Musters [One letter written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 7 letters from Cockerell to Musters [Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 13 letters & 1 postcard from Cockerell to Musters [One letter written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 11 letters & 1 postcard from Cockerell to Musters [Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 9 letters & 1 postcard from Cockerell to Musters [Two letters written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 9letters from Cockerell to Musters [Seven letters written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 14 letters & 2 postcards from Cockerell to Musters [One letter written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey;26 letters & 5 postcards from Cockerell to Musters [Five letters written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 10 letters & 1 postcard & 1 note from Cockerell to Musters [Two letters and one note written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
21 Kew Garden Road, Kew Richmond Surrey; 3 letters & 1 postcard from Cockerell to Musters [Two letters written in another hand, signed by Cockerell. Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  116  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney : Autographed Letter : to Judy Musters
[n.p.] [ Includes ALS Fr. Felicitas Corrigan to Musters letter of August 20, 1955; ALS Janet Dunbar to Cockerell letter of March 4, 1900; ALS Muriel to Cockerell letter of February 8, 1960 with program of play, "Dear Liar". Also photograph of Cockerell; Cockerell's letter to the editor of The Times LIterary Supplement, 19 Oct. 1951 about G.B. Shaw; and Cockerell's "Testimony and Appeal from his will.Also 17 newspaper clippings mainly about Cockerell.] [Cockerell was a close friend to G.B. Shaw; Musters was Shaw's first cousin.]

  22  
Elder, Ann : Autograph Manuscript: Diary [fragment]
Transcription by Ann Elder of passages in her 1917 diary relating to G.B. Shaw's writing Heartbreak House; with identifying note in hand of Dan H. Laurence

  22  
Elder, Ann : Autograph Letter Signed: to Dan H. Laurence
Farnham, Surrey; Signed Ann M. E. Jackson; concerns the portrait of Jane Patterson; begins "Dear Dan / The watercolour portrait of Mrs."

  22  
Elder, Ann : Autograph Notes
[n.p.] One leaf titled "Thea"; the second in red pencil

  22  
Ervine, St. John Greer : Typed Manuscript: Note on 'Getting Married'
Script for a radio talk, to be broadcast April 20, 1952 on B.B.C.

  22  
Ervine, St. John Greer : Typed Manuscript: Patchwork Shaw
Review of Thirty Years With G.B.S.,by Blanche Patch; begins "The Spectator[publication]"

  22  
Esher, Oliver Sylvain Baliol Brett, 3rd viscount : Autograph Letter Signed: to Harley Granville Barker
Watlington Park, Oxon.; solicitation of Barker's help with the National Theatre project; the booklet is for the same purpose and is signed by "Lord Esher Chairman British Drama League;" the booklet is titled "The Civic Theatre Scheme;" begins "My dear Harley, A little help from you would at"

  22  
Anonymous : Autograph Manuscript: "Ever Faithful, ever Shaw!"
A poem presented to Shaw at the Fabian Summer School; with explanatory note added on separate leaf

  22  
The Fabian Society : Typed Letter: to "Dear Madam" [?]
London; refers to a vote on a Fabian Society motion; begins "Dear Madam, Forgive me for reminding you, but you have not yet, I think"

  22  
The Fabian Society; the Special Committee : Typed Manuscript: concerning the work of the Special Committee [Webb, Shaw, Wells?] to draft a new basis of the Society's purpose
Included are: Memorandum from Special Committee; "Well's draft" March 1908 [in Shaw's hand]; Proposed Revised Basis March 21 [1908?]; with explanatory note on separate leaf

  22  
Fairbanks, Douglas Elton : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Some time ago you were"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Woodcut illustration from The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God,signed by the artist
Shaw is portrayed in the illustration

  22  
Farleigh, John : Manuscript: Portrait of George Bernard Shaw
Ink sketch and seven proofs of successive states of woodcut portrait of Shaw; unpublished? on verso of the sketch is a brief Autograph Letter Signed from Shaw to Farleigh dated July 14, 1949; all items were received as part of the Black Girl Collection

  22  
Farleigh, John : Woodcut from Aerial Football, depicting Mrs. Hairns, motor bus, etc., at accident scene
Aerial Footballwas first published in "The Neolith" in 1907; this woodcut illustrated Short Stories

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Document Signed: Receipt to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; acknowledging payment for illustration of The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God

  22  
Farleigh, John : Typed Document Signed: Receipt to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; drawn as a contract concerning use of the illustrations made for The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter: to George Bernard Shaw [fragment]
Hampstead; first page of letter, the rest is lacking; Shaw has added a handwritten note at upper left corner; begins "Dear Sir / I hope I have not appeared / to be too long"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; with note "File" written by Shaw in upper left corner; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / Do you think that now the rush of / the play"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I saw the poster up last Saturday!!"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / Thank you for your card & appreciation"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / Thank you for your letter of the 14th"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / I went down to the theatre last evening"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; including 2 pages dated January 27, 1934; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / As I gathered you were going away"

  22  
Farleigh, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Hampstead; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / I am in receipt of your card re settling"

  22  
Farrar, James : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
San Francisco, California; begins "Dear Comrade: They tell me that you & Laski & Cripps"

  22  
Faversham, William : Typed Letter Signed: to C.A. Brentano
New York; found among letters received from George Bernard Shaw by Brentano's; begins "My dear Mr. Brentano, I had a letter to-day from"

  22  
Forbes-Robertson, Sir Johnston : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; concerns Shaw's "Blanco Posnet;" begins "My own Shaw, [?] a word of condolence."

  22  
Fraser, W. Gilbert: Typed letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; Letterhead of The Public Affairs News Service; "Dear Sir, I am collecting opinions for a symposium". Verso contains GBS handwritten reply, dated August 5, 1933.

  22  
Freshel, Curtis : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
New York? begins "Dear G.B.S.: This is not an answer to that part of your letter"

  22  
Freshel, Curtis : Typed Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
New York; begins "Dear Gene: I found the Shaw postal card of 1921, to me,"

  22  
Gallery First Nighters Club : Program from their "15th Annual Dinner"
Frascati's Restaurant; Shaw's Fanny's First Playis featured on the cover; on the back is a holograph notation naming one of the Terrys as playing Gwenn

  22  
Garnham, Mary : Typed Letter Signed: to "Miss C.M. Vincent" [Agnes Claudius]
London; concerns three radio broadcasts made by Mrs. Patrick Campbell in the 1920's; begins "Dear Miss Vincent, I have just discovered from the BBC that Mrs. Patrick Campbell"

  22  
Gibbs, G.H. : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Bristol; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I am directed by the"

  22  
Gillmore, Arabella Autographed Letter Signed to G. Bernard Shaw
Alexandria; Dear G. B.S./ I find I can charge the cheque here

  22  
Gillmore, Arabella Autographed Letter Signed to Ann Elder
Alexandria; My dear Ann/ Thanks very much I received your note yesterday. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  22  
Gillmore, Arabella Autographed Letter Signed to Ann Elder
Alexandria; My dear Ann/ Thank you many times for your letter & G.B.S. for cheque. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  22  
Gillmore, Arabella Autographed Letter Signed to Ann Elder
Alexandria; My dear Ann/ I have been wanting to write you for some time. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  22  
Gillmore, Arabella Autographed Postcard Signed to Ann Elder
Vineyarde, Bath; I am still here but going to Ash. on the 9th. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  22  
Glenn Books, Inc. : Typed Letter Signed: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Kansas City; with a 4-page list of item in The Black Girl Collection (which Glenn Books was offering for sale), and 2 copies of a 6-page list made at Cornell on receipt of the Collection, plus a photocopy of Myron Matlaw's pamphlet "The Black Girl Collection;" begins "Dear Mr. Burgunder: Since Van Allen Bradley called"

  22  
Golden Square Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital. Carroll, F.P. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; solicitation of Shaw's help in fundraising effort; includes holograph note by Shaw at bottom; begins "Dear Sir, My Vice-Chairman is Major F.M. Hornsby"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Sir / Although when / I saw you yesterday"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I put you / wire into an envelope"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "My Dear Charrington / Thank you / I should like to"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / Thank you for / the book"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / You must let / me off Charles"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "My Dear Charrington / I have found / you two men"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I have asked / Mr. Pym Williamson"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I very much / prefer Captain Kearney"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / No - Kismet be / blowed!"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I'm not in / the least"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I have to be / at rehearsal"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to [Fred?] Grove
London; begins "Dear Grove / Do you remember / my showing you"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I hope Nello / found you"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / I missed you / by five minutes"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / Do you / think Paxton / would play in"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / Many thanks."

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "My dear Charrington / I dare not / come to your"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charles Charrington
London; begins "Dear Charrington / The Committee / howled at those two / items"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Typed Letter Signed: to Janet Achurch
London; begins "My Dear Miss Achurch, Are you ever in town these days"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Typed Letter Signed: to Janet Achurch
London; begins "Dear Miss Achurch, 3-30 next Wednesday afternoon"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Janet Achurch
London; begins "Dear Miss Achurch / Mr. Mayer came to see me"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Janet Achurch
Begins "Dear Miss Achurch - I think we may be able to"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to [Fred?] Grove
London; begins "Dear Grove / Thanks for your letter. I don't / see"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to E.F. Spence
London; begins "Dear Mr. Spence / I am so glad to have an / opportunity"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Typed Letter Signed: to Fred Grove
London; begins "Dear Mr. Grove, Thank you so much for your / good wishes."

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer
New York; begins "My dear Mr. Downer / No record / of your first name"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer
New York; begins "My dear Alan Downer / Forgive this delay. I / evidently"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer
New York; begins "My dear Alan Downer / Yes, the M.S. of / the Macready"

  22  
Granville-Barker, Harley : Autograph Letter Signed: to Alan S. Downer [initialed]
New York; begins "Never heard him called anything but / Macreedy."

  22  
Griffith, L.A. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Eyrecourt, Co. Galway; Miss Patch was Shaw's secretary; begins "Dear Madam, I have much pleasure in sending"

  22  
Griffith, L.A. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Eyrecourt, Co. Galway; Miss Patch was Shaw's secretary; begins "Dear Miss Patch - The book of Nursery Rhymes are not by"

  22  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Penvenan; concerns a proposed French production of Arms and the Man;begins "Mon cher Shaw / Gemier m'a demande Le Heros et / le Soldat."

  22  
Hampstead Historic Club : Manuscript: Holograph notice of a meeting featuring a lecture by Mrs. Arthur Wilson
London; Shaw was a member of the Club; also included is a note by Bernard Burgunder

  22  
Harken, Clifford J.W. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Orford, Suffolk; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Sometimes one misses the"

  22  
Harris, Frank :


  22  
Hawksley, Bourchier F. : Autograph Letter: to G. Herbert Thring
Concerning legal agreements entered into by Mrs. Patrick Campbell; with Autograph Letter [copy] to B.F. Hawksley from G. Herbert Thring, January 22, 1902; and with copies of two related letters dated January 7 & 22, 1902

  22  
Herdman, Lady : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Carricklee, Strabane, Ulster; begins "The music of"

  22  
Hershey, Sadelle : Typed Letter Signed: to Gertrude Lawrence [initialed]
Some "Shaw mittems" are mentioned; begins "Dear Miss Lawrence: Miss May Seymour of the"

  22  
Hodess, J. : "George Bernard Shaw and the Jews" (reprinted from Zion Magazine, Jerusalem, Vol. II, No. 1, December, 1950)


  22  
Holtby, Winifred : Typed Manuscript: Shaw, Winifred Holtby, and Feminism
Abridgement by Geoffrey Handley-Taylor read at meeting of Shaw Society, London; the original dialogue was published in The Radio TimesMay 22, 1931

  22  
Holtzmann, Fanny E. : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
New York; concerns the death of Gertrude Lawrence; begins "Blanche darling: Gertie's final curtain was a"

  22  
Hoover, John R. : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Washington, D.C.; begins "Dear Miss Patch: The Washington Daily News was pleased to run the"

  22  
Howarth, Donald : Typed Manuscript: George Bernard Shaw's Adventures of a Black Girl
Script of play based on Shaw's book; "Text as performed at The People's Space, Cape Town, November 22nd;" with cover letter dated June 15, 1980; gift of the author

  22  
Howarth, Donald : Autograph Letter Signed: to James Tyler
Capetown, South Africa; with reviews, and a program, of the production at The People's Space of his George Bernard Shaw's Adventures of a Black Girl; begins "Dear James Tyler - Enclosed reviews"

  22  
Inge, William Ralph : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Wallingford, Berks; last letter read to Shaw before he died at Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "My dear Mr. Shaw, I did not write when I heard of your accident because I know that"

  22  
Ireland, Kenneth : Typed Letter Signed: to Eric J. Batson
Pitlochry; this and the December 1956 letters from Ireland to Batson concern the refusal of the Society of Authors to license a production of Shaw's Pygmalionto the Pitlochry Festival Theatre; begins "Dear Mr. Batson, Thank you for your letter of"

  22  
Ireland, Kenneth : Typed Letter Signed: to Eric J. Batson
Pitlochry; Ireland was Manager of the Pitlochry Festival Theatre; Batson was Secretary of the Shaw Society in London; begins "Dear Mr. Batson, Very many thanks for the M.G."

  22  
Ireland, Kenneth : Typed Letter Signed: to Eric J. Batson
Pitlochry; with Typed Letter [copy] to Kenneth Ireland from The Society of Authors, July 20, 1956; begins "Dear Mr. Batson, After posting my letter to you"

  22  
Ireland, Kenneth : Typed Letter Signed: to Eric J. Batson
Pitlochry; with signed carbon copy of Ireland's statement to the press concerning the ban on Shaw's Pygmalion; begins "Dear Mr. Batson, It was very refreshing to have"

  22  
Ireland, Kenneth : Typed Letter Signed: to Eric J. Batson
Pitlochry; begins "Dear Mr. Batson, Thanks for your note with cutting"

  22  
Ireland, Kenneth : Typed Letter Signed: to Eric J. Batson
Pitlochry; with Typed Letter [copy] to Kenneth Ireland from The Society of Authors, December 11, 1956 (and a copy of Ireland's reply); and 21 news cuttings plus 2 leaves of typescript, all concerning Pygmalion, presumably from Batson's files; and an article on the Pitlochry Festival Theatre; begins "Dear Mr. Batson, Thank you very much for your"

  22  
Irving, Lady Dorothea (Baird) : Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Christmas card, dated in Shaw's hand "Xmas 1906;" with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  22  
Isham, Ralph Heyward : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; with Autograph Letter Signed to Isham from Shaw, Dec. 1, 1936 added in red ink; both letters concern Shaw's opinion of Boswell's Journal; bought at auction (Christie's N.Y.) May 17, 1989; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, When I say that it was a pleasure to meet"

  22  
Jackson, Holbrook : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
"An Open Letter to George Bernard Shaw" signed by Holbrook Jackson, John Mavrocordato, Lawrence Moore, Thomas Wilson; Leonard Crossle; concerns publication of Shaw's music criticism; with relevant Typed Letter Signed to Bernard F. Burgunder from Anthony Rota, August 31, 1976; begins "Dear G.B.S., We, the undersigned, being sound in / health"

  22  
Jellicoe, Richard Carey, Brigadier General : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Andover, Hampshire; concerns GBS's early career in a land agent's office; begins "Dear Miss Patch, My only reason for writing this is that"

  22  
Jellicoe, Richard Carey, Brigadier General : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Andover, Hampshire; begins "Dear Miss Patch, It was very kind of you to trouble to answer"

  22  
Jenny Lind's Song


  22  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Autograph Letter Signed: to Courtney [?]
The Athenaeum, London; concerns "Shaw's explanation of his attitude towards England;" begins "My dear Courtney, I have been so much"

  22  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Typed Letter Signed: to Leslie Bloom
London; begins "Dear Mr. Leslie Bloom, I have received the enclosed letter from"

  22  
Joseph, Elliott L. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Ankara, Turkey; fan mail from Turkey; begins "Mr. Shaw, I like your plays."

  22  
Kelly, Francis J. : Typed Manuscript Signed: Shaw in Dublin [incomplete]
Dublin; includes a leaf of explanation by Shaw, in holograph, dated February 1, 1946; the article is concerned with Shaw speaking in Dublin in 1918

  22  
Kirkby, John : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; Pharos Club program of The Admirable Bashville; Kirkby sends a corrected copy to Shaw; begins "Dear Sir, I must apologize for sending you a program full of errors."

  22  
Kreyling, Christine Moorman : Autograph Manuscript: Bernard F. Burgunder
Article written for The Cornell Chronicle

  22  
Kreyling, Christine Moorman : Typed Manuscript: Works of GBS in the Burgunder Collection at Cornell
Also included with this list is a leaf of information from Dan Laurence on Haldeman-Julius publications of Shaw; it corrects certain dates given in the list, dates based on information in card catalog; when the definitive bibliography of Shaw is produced by Dan H. Laurence, all our Shaw holdings should be checked against it for accuracy

  23  
Healey, George Harris : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; includes also the following: Typed Letter Signed to Bernard F. Burgunder from Felix Reichmann, April 18, 1963; Typed Letter Signed to Bernard F. Burgunder from Alison Kerr, August 19, 1963; Typed Letter [carbon] to Alison Kerr from Bernard F. Burgunder, October 11 & 15, November 8 & 20, 1963; Typed Letter Signed to Bernard F. Burgunder from Jane E. Woolston, January 12, 1970 & September 20, 1971; Typed Letter Signed to Bernard F. Burgunder from Ivan J. Ruzicka, August 2, 1970; Typed Letter [carbon] to Mary F. Daniels from Bernard F. Burgunder, September 14, 1971; Typed Letter Signed to Bernard F. Burgunder from Christine M. Kreyling, April 4, 1974; found with this correspondence, and kept with it, is a copy of Occasional Papers(Ithaca, Cornell University Library Associates, 1959 - 60) containing an article by George H. Healey titled "Why Rare Books" and printed on pp. 3-6; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder June 1979

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Savoy Hotel, London; begins "Dear Miss Patch. Thank you so very much for"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Chicago; possibly Miss Lawrence was touring in Pygmalion at the time? begins "Dear Miss Patch. Please convey my Christmas greetings"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Dennis, Massachusetts; includes a discussion of Miss Lawrence in Pygmalion; begins "Dear Miss Patch / How nice of you to write me"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Massachusetts; Miss Lawrence considers the possibility of starting "a correspondence flirtation" with Shaw; begins "Dear Blanche Patch. How very excited I was to"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; concerns possible production of Shaw's Buoyant Billions; begins "Dear Blanche Patch / Many thanks for your note, and I am so"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Hollywood, California; begins "Dearest Blanche Patch / Just got your sweet note, and I hasten to reply"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Hollywood, California; the note is written on a Christmas card; begins "Bless you. I hope the cake"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Beverly Hills, California; mentions the possibility of doing Candida; begins "Dear Blanche Patch / ever so many thanks for your"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Beverly Hills, California; note appears on Miss Lawrence's Christmas card; begins "Dear dear Blanche. This cannot be a Merry Xmas nor"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
New York; includes the "enclosed" referred to in the body of the letter, a copy of Miss Lawrence's letter donating Shaw's mittens to the Museum; begins "Dearest Blanche: As you will see by the enclosed I have treasured"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
New York; includes copy of a letter to Mr. Davies regarding a radio broadcasting of Pygmalion; begins "My dearest 'Miss P.' It meant much to GBS to see that his plays"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Typed Letter Signed: to B.F.M. Davies
New York; includes holograph note to Blanche Patch on the letter; possibly this copy was sent to Miss Patch; begins "Dear Mr. Davies: Thank you so much for your charming letter"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Typed Letter: to M. Elizabeth Barber
New York; this copy sent to Blanche Patch; concerns the musical version of Shaw's Pygmalionand Captain Brassbound's Conversion; begins "Dear Miss Barber / Thank you for your letter of the 26th of"

  24  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Massachusetts; begins "Dear Miss P. here I am on a short hol."

  24  
Lawrence, Thomas Edward : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Blanche Patch transcribed these letters to herself and included some explanation

  24  
Lawson, Elizabeth (Mrs. William) : Autograph Note Signed: to "Mr. G. Carr Shaw" [George Bernard]
Carlton House, Cheyne Walk; invitation to Mrs. Lawson's, stating that she will be at home "Sundays in June;" See: Laurence, Dan, ed. Collected Letters.Vol. I, pp. 28-29; with a note by Bernard Burgunder

  24  
Lebedeff, Bolschaia Dvorianskaia : Telegram to George Bernard Shaw
Petrograd; on the same sheet is a holograph note by Shaw summarizing his reply; Lebedeff Shaw's agent in Russia? begins "Sending 500 roubles from Pygmalion / arranging"

  24  
Lee, George Vandeleur : Document: Death certificate; "certified copy of an entry of death."
London; Lee was the famous teacher of The Methodof voice training; he and Shaw's mother worked together for many years

  24  
Lees, Dorothy Nevile : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Florence, Italy; concerns Thomas Patch, a possible ancestor of Miss Patch; Miss Patch was Shaw's secretary; begins "Dear Miss Blanche Patch, In reading your book, "30 Years with G.B.S.," I was"

  24  
Little, Brown & Company : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Boston; concerns request to anthologize The Shewing Up of Blanco Posnet; includes Shaw's holograph summary of his reply, perhaps a note to G. Herbert Thring, Secretary of the Society of Authors?; begins "Dear Sir; We are planning to publish in the"

  24  
Lockett, Alice M. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Killiny, Co. Dublin; Alice Lockett was an early love of Shaw's; includes transcript; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / The proper place to"

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Typed Manuscript: Bernard Shaw: Chief Events in His Life and Principal Works
Published in Loewenstein's Bernard Shaw Through the Camera(London, B&H White, 1948); with explanatory note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Manuscript: Bernard Shaw: Chief Events and Principal Works [printed proof]
Corrections in the hands of Loewenstein and Shaw; this version was designed for the American edition of Autobiographical Sketchesby Shaw; with note by Bernard F. Burgunder

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Typed Manuscript Signed: Outline
Plan of a book (never published) to contain all of Shaw's Fabian tracts; this Outline includes a list of the tracts; with corrections and date in Loewenstein's hand

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Typed Letter: to Director of Fitzwilliam Museum
London; holograph comments by Shaw appear on the letter in red ink; begins "Dear Sir / Mr. Shaw has asked me to find out how many loose"

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Autograph Letter Signed: to Editor, Time & Tide
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Please reserve space in next issue"

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Autograph Letter Signed: to Allan M. Laing
Ayot St. Lawrence; written on the back of one of Shaw's printed postcards (Laurence D29(a)); found with Laing's collection of newspaper cuttings, to which Loewenstein refers; begins "At long last, I have finished with this"

  24  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Autograph Note Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Written on one of Shaw's specially printed cards, this one listing the manner of publication of his writings, and forbidding Radio and Television productions; begins "Did you give the B.B.C. permission to do"

  24  
Lyth, Jisbella : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mr. C. [?]
Ayot St. Lawrence; this note reports a false rumor of Shaw's death; begins "Dear Mr. C. I owe you 5 / - Pennies."

  24  
McCarthy, Lillah : Autograph Letter Signed: to E.F. Spence
Stansted, Wrothman, Kent; begins "Dear Mr. Spence / I was overjoyed / at your"

  24  
McCowen, Robert Emmet : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; with typed transcription; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / I have not seen any"

  24  
MacManus, M.J. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Dublin; with Francis Hackett's printed Letter to Editor of The Irish TimesMarch 8, 1937

  24  
MacManus, M.J. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Dublin; See: Shaw's printed Letter to Editor of The Irish TimesMar. 15, 1937; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, It was kind of you to give us exclusive"

  24  
Macqueen-Pope, Walter James : Typed Manuscript: G.B.S. An appraisement for the Malvern Festival
unpublished talk; Macqeen-Pope is dean of London theatre historians

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
New York; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / Thank you for sending me your"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
New York; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / From now on you will have to be"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / I am writing Mr. Bernard Shaw to-day"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / I send you this note with extreme"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
New York; with Typed Letter (copy) to George Macy from Frank C. Dodd, May 6, 1937; and Typed Letter (carbon) to George Bernard Shaw from George Macy, May 10, 1937

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; with underlining and expletive added by Shaw as Autograph Letter to John Farleigh after June 17, 1937; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / That is very salty language you used"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / I now write to confirm the arrangement"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I agree with you that we should have"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I know of no hitch whatever"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh / I have been in Paris and could not sooner"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
New York; begins "Dear Farleigh / I send this note to tell / you that I will"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / Here I am in London, anxious to know"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I now have the note you sent me"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I thank you for your note of August 10th"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I am sorry for any misunderstanding"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I thank you for sending me your note"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / This morning the boat from New York"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; with Typed Letter (copy) to Cecil L. Phillips (the Leicester Galleries) from George Macy, Dec. 12, 1938; and with an initialled note to George Macy from The Marchbanks Press; begins "Dear Farleigh / I am sending over to you some rough proofs"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Farleigh / I thank you for your note, and am delighted"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
New York; begins "Dear Farleigh / I thank you for sending your cable in reply"

  24  
Macy, George Jesse : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
New York; on letterhead of The Dolphin; begins "Dear Farleigh / I found a great deal of interest"

  24  
Marbury, Elisabeth : Telegram to George Bernard Shaw
New York; includes holograph note of reply by Shaw at the bottom of the sheet; begins "Final arrangements being made"

  24  
Mason, Alfred Edward Woodley : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Gibraltar; begins "My dear Shaw / In the course of my duty I have"

  24  
Maude, Cyril : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Dundrum , Torquay; a get-well note to Shaw; begins "Dear kind old friend GBS / I am thinking of you and hoping"

  24  
Maude, Cyril : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Dundrum, Torquay; two copies of 1 leaf each; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Thank you so very very much for your dear"

  24  
Maxwell, William : Autograph Manuscript: "Instructions for Case-Room" in the printing of In Good King Charles's Golden Days
Edinburgh; Maxwell was Director at R&R Clark, Ltd., who printed Shaw's works

  24  
Maxwell, William : Autograph Manuscript: "Instructions for Plate-Room" in the printing of The Complete Plays of Bernard Shaw;plus a sample proof for the Australian edition
Edinburgh; Maxwell was Director at R&R Clark, Ltd., printers of Edinburgh, who printed Shaw's works

  24  
Medley, C.D. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring
London; begins "Dear Mr. Thring, I received your letter of the 30th January"

  24  
Medley, C.D. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring
London; begins "Dear Mr. Thring, I have your letter of yesterday"

  24  
Medley, C.D. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring
London; begins "Dear Mr. Thring, I have your letter of yesterday with the"

  24  
Milner, [Ltn?] C. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Cornwall; begins "I did enjoy your broadcast"

  24  
Mikhail, E.H. : Typed Manuscript: Sean O'Casey and Bernard Shaw: A Chronicle of Friendship
Photocopy of typescript, with bibliographical references in 3 pages of notes

  24  
Molony, J.B. de W. : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Edinburgh; begins "Dear Madam, I have just read with great pleasure your letter in"

  24  
Morgan, Louise : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Nr. Heathfield, Sussex; copliments on Miss Patch's radio broadcast, a reminiscence of Shaw; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I have just had a thrill. I had never heard your voice on the"

  24  
Morley, Malcolm : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; on the same sheet is Shaw's holograph answer [initialed]; also included is the envelope in which Shaw mailed his reply; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Do please spare five minutes to read the"

  24  
Morley, Robert : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Wargrave, Berks.: includes holograph transcription by Blanche Patch; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you very much"

  24  
Munthe, Axel Martin Frederik : Letters to Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) Shaw
Includes a note by Bernard Burgunder; these copies of the letters were probably made by Blanche Patch, Shaw's secretary

  24  
Munthe, Axel Martin Frederik : Autograph Letter Signed: to Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) Shaw
London; begins "Dear Mrs. Bernard Shaw / Thanks kind letter with"

  24  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Typed Manuscript: Notes on items in his collection of Shaw materials


  24  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; concerns the collecting of Shaw letter; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Forgive me troubling you; it was your chapter"

  24  
Musters, Georgina (Gillmore) : Typed Manuscript: At Ayot St. Lawrence
Record by Georgina ("Judy") Musters of her last conversation with G.B.Shaw; with her handwritten additions; the original typescript apparently does not survive; with typed notes by Dan H. Laurence on two separate leaves, and the Nov. 2, 1950 issue of the London Evening Newsreporting Shaw's death

  24  
Muster, Georgina (Gillmore) : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
Jenny Patterson was Shaw's first mistress; Georgina Musters was Shaw's cousin, and at one time, his secretary; begins "J.P. (Jenny Patterson) was our friend - I remember her staying in"

  24  
Musters, Georgina (Gillmore) : Autograph Letter Signed: to David T. Davies
London; Georgina Gillmore was Shaw's cousin; at this time she was also his secretary

  24  
Musters, Georgina (Gillmore) : Typed Letter Signed: to S.P. Tyler
London; answering an inquiry about the paper edition of Shaw's works; begins "Dear Sir, In answer to your letter of the 8th July"

  24  
Onelch, Eileen : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Oxford; concerns letter from Shaw to George Cornwallis-West, the 2nd husband of Mrs. Patrick Campbell; begins "Dear Miss Patch, No doubt a great many people trouble you with"

  24  
Norman, Clarence H. : Typed Manuscript: Notes on administration of New Ageoffice, Extract from prospectus, approximate revenue figures of the New Age, and further notes by the Chairman
For further information See: New Age Press, Ltd. and Norman, Clarence H. Typed Letter (copy) to A.R. Orage May 18, 1910 London; See also: Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters, ed. by Dan Laurence Vol. II, p. 809

  24  
Norman, Clarence H. : Typed Letter: to Alfred Richard Orage
London; also in this folder: Norman, Clarence H. Typed Letter (copy) to Alfred Orage May 19, 1910 1 leaves and Orage, Alfred Richard Typed Letter (copy) to Clarence H. Norman May 19 and 20, 1910; begins "My dear Orage, Please insert the enclosed communication"

  24  
O'Casey, Sean : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Ireland; some comments on Shaw's Immaturity; begins "My dear G.B.S. / I hope you are well. I've heard"

  24  
O'Casey, Sean : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Totnes, Devon; mentioned are O'Casey's Drums Under the Windows,and a war play, Oak Leaves and Lavender;begins "Dear G.B.S. I am about to bother you with a question - two as a"

  24  
Ollier, Louis : Autograph Manuscript Signed: Portrait of G.B. Shaw
Signed pen and ink drawing on laid paper, 5 3/4 x 9"; signed also by Shaw, and dated by him 10th July 1934

  24  
Partridge, Bernard : Caricature of Shaw "Coming Home With the 'Butter' Mr. Bernard Shaw Does a Little Dumping."
For Punch;Bernard Gould was the stage name of the artist, who used it to play Major Saranoff in Arms and the Man,1898

  24  
Pascal, Gabriel : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Los Angeles; begins "My dear sweet Blanche, Thank you for your kind letter from Devonshire."

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: Insert for Penguin Black Girl


  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: A Joan for ThisSeason - [version "A"]
With revisions in his hand; Gift of Dan H. Laurence

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: A Joan for ThisSeason - [version "B"]
Gift of Dan H. Laurence

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: List of material contained in American [standard] Edition of Shaw not included in the British [standard] Edition


  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: List of material contained in British Standard Edition of Shaw which is omitted from American [standard] Edition


  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: A Portrait of the Author as a Bibliography - First Draft
With much handwritten revision

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: A Portrait of the Author as a Bibliography - Second Draft
With handwritten revisions

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: The Problems of a Bibliographer - Announcement
Announcement of a talk given by Dan H. Laurence in Olin Library October 10, 1979; CULSA Newsletter

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : "Shaw and The Guardian"A "substitute critic"
On George Bernard Shaw and William Archer

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript: Shaw, Books and Libraries - [version "A"]
"Early typescript, undergoing revision and trimming."; with revisions in his hand; talk delivered at Cornell Oct. 17, 1975

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Manuscript Signed: Shaw, Books and Libraries - [version "B"]
With revision in his hand; talk delivered at Cornell Oct. 17, 1975

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  25  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Jr. April 1986

  26  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Letter Signed & Autograph Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin
Twenty-seven letters, including one undated note, and a postcard (Nov. 18, 1963) signed also by Mildred and Bernard Burgunder; these letters were included in the case with Shaw's Typed Manuscript "How to Become a Musical Critic - Preliminaries"

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  27  
Mushlin, M. Harry : Letter: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Includes copies of letters to him from Bernard F. Burgunder; the letters are filed in chronological order regardless of author, each folder containing one year's correspondence; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Sept. 1978

  115  
The following, from Box 115, forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection [subseries]:
  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed Letter Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; Dearest Ann, Yes, it'd have been nice to have giggled together over Amblytron [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 7 letters and 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 8 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 4 letters from Musters to Jackson[Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 5 letters from Musters to Jackson[ Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 7 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent;7 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 6 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 12 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 11 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 5 letters from Musters to Jackson[Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 7 letters from Musters to Jackson[Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 6 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent;5 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 6 letters from Munsters to Jackson[Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 6 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 4 letters from Munsters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 6 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 6 letters from Munsters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 5 letters from Musters to Jackson[Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent;7 letters and 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 4 letters and 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 2 letters and 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 7 letters & 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 4 letters & 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 4 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 5 letters & 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 5 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 11 letters with 2 leaves of 1904 letter from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 8 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 9 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent;11 letters & 1postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 12 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 9 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 10 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 9 letters from Musters to Jackson plus a postcard from C. Arthur to B.P. Tyszko and 2 clippings [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 8 letters & 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson; photo of Musters included [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 14 letters & 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson plus one postcard to Jackson from her daughter, Judy; and 1 poem [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 13 letters & 1 postcard & 3 clippings from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 11 letters from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Autographed & Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 14 letters & 1 postcard from Musters to Jackson [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  115  
Musters, Judy : Typed Letters Signed : to Ann Carr Jackson
16 Grimston Gardens, Folkestone, Kent; 4 letters from Musters to Jackson, with 1 clipping and one photo of Musters [Judy Musters was Shaw's first cousin. Mrs. Jackson's other correspondence is under her maiden name: Carr. She has been Shaw's second secretary.]

  28  
Patterson, Jane : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Photocopies of the originals in the British Library; the leaves have been numbered in pencil: leaves 1-275 are from manuscript ADD. 50544; leaves 276-527 are from manuscript ADD. 50545; with identifying note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder, dated Jan. 27, 1982

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Manuscript: Description of 4 caricatures by Max Beerbohm which belonged to Shaw
Later reprinted in her book; See: Patch, Blanche, Thirty Years With G.B.S.; pp. 29-30

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Manuscript: The Diaries... [Shaw's diaries, kept from January 1885 to December 1891]
Contains the allegation that St. John Ervine was using transcriptions of the diaries, originally made by Miss Patch, without the proper permission

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Miscellaneous Writings and Opinions of George Bernard Shaw, extracted [typed and written] by his secretary, Blanche Patch


  29  
Patch, Blanche Eliza : Typed Letter Signed: to Gerald Christy
London; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw is at present staying in Wales"

  29  
Patch, Blanche Eliza : Typed Letter Signed: to George Herbert Thring
London; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw desires me to say that the"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; Miss Patch was having foot trouble; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Your letter has just arrived. It is the right big toe"

  29  
Patch, Blanche Eliza : Typed Letter: to Miss Summer Boyd
London; with pencil note added at bottom by a third person; begins "Dear Madam / Mr. Bernard Shaw desires me to say"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to St. John Ervine [initialed] plus Typed Letter from G.B.S. to Ervine
London; begins "Dear Mr. Ervine, I was so taken aback by your attack on me yesterday"

  29  
Patch, Blanche Eliza : Typed Letter Signed: to J.W. Robertson Scott
London; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw asks me to say that he has"

  29  
Patch, Blanche Eliza : Typed Letter Signed: to J.W. Robertson Scott
London; begins "Dear Mr. Robertson Scott / Mr. Shaw keeps all his"

  29  
Patch, Blanche Eliza : Typed Letter Signed: to J.W. Robertson Scott
London; begins "Dear Mr. Robertson Scott / Mr. Shaw is not very helpful."

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to James Habgood
Ayot St. Lawrence; a Shaw-by-proxy letter; concerns a request for a copy of The Irrational Knot; begins "Dear Sir, Mr. Bernard Shaw asks me to say that as he only"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to Alan Dent
London; this is a letter-by-proxy of Bernard Shaw; the old friend referred to in the body of the letter is Max Beerbohm; included is a note from Alan Dent to Dan Laurence

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to J.W. Robertson Scott
London; begins "Dear Mr. Robertson Scott, I have been living in London since"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to Mr. Clench
London; includes note by Bernard F. Burgunder on separate leaf; the "German" referred to in the body of the letter is F.E. Loewenstein; begins "Dear Mr. Clench, Many thanks for the information about the Annuity."

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "While I know it is your love of teasing that made you write the"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "Dear, long-suffering GBS, As a start I will say that I'm glad I ended my previous letter"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to Robert F. Rattray
London; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "Dear Robert, All right. I'll be with you next Thursday"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Note: to George Bernard Shaw
With a holograph answer by Shaw dated June 9, 1949

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Autograph Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin [?]
London; begins "I have solved this / mystery by going to the"

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed: to Mr. Sandford
London; concerning the survival of Bernard shaw's private diaries; begins "Dear Mr. Sandford, Many thanks for returning the note book."

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Typed Letter Signed & Autograph Letter Signed: to Bernard F. Burgunder
7 letters; with carbon copies of four letters, Dec. 15, 1959 - Oct. 9, 1963, to Blanche Patch from Bernard F. Burgunder

  29  
Patch, Blanche : Letters from unidentified correspondents
3 items; includes a rather gossipy letter from "William," on R&R Clark stationery; they were Shaw's printers

  29  
Patch, Edith : Autograph Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin
St. Leonards-on-Sea; begins "Dear Mr. Mushlin / This is Edith Patch"

  29  
Pearson, Hesketh : Typed Manuscript: portions of manuscript of Pearson's biography of GBS
On the original typescript are holograph corrections by Shaw; included is a note by Bernard Burgunder, dated May 21, 1970

  29  
Pearson, Hesketh : Typed Manuscript: Bernard Shaw, His Life and Personality[fragment]
Including long handwritten addition by Shaw concerning Getting Marriedand Misalliance; identified by a pencil note signed "H.P." partly on verson of unidentified printed proof with some pencil corrections; published on pp. 284-5 of Pearson's book

  29  
Pearson, Hesketh : Typed Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin
London; begins "Dear Mr. Mushlin, Miss Patch tells me that you are"

  29  
Pearson, Hesketh : Autograph Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin
London; begins "If you could come / tomorrow (Wednesday)"

  29  
Pearson, Hesketh : Autograph Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin
London; begins "Dear Mr. Mushlin / Thank you so much for / your"

  29  
Pearson, Hesketh : Autograph Letter Signed: to M. Harry Mushlin
London; begins "Dear Mr. Mushlin / Thanks for letting me know"

  29  
Pember, Frank : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; some confusion as to who signed a letter from Shaw to Mr. Pember, Shaw or Blanche Patch; begins "Dear Sir / We shall be so very"

  29  
Pember, Frank : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; Mr. Pember seems to think that "Blanche Patch" is Shaw's pseudonym rather than his secretary; begins "Dear Sir / I hope you will not mind if I have used"

  29  
Percy, (Saville) Esme : Typed Manuscript: Bernard Shaw: Personal Memories
London? Transcription from a telediphone [sic] recording; Percy was an actor who did some of Shaw's plays; the program was given to the B.B.C.

  29  
Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William, baron : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerning publication of a Gujarati translation of St. Joan; with Typed Letter [carbon] to R.J. Udani from Pethick-Lawrence, Aug. 11, 1932; and Typed Letter Signed to Pethick-Lawrence from A.C. Brown, Aug. 3, 1932

  29  
Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William, baron : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns performances of Eurhythmy; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, Thank you very much for your"

  29  
Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William, baron : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Recommending Karel Capek's play Power and Glory; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, I do not know whether you have seen"

  29  
Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William, baron : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, Thank you very much for your"

  29  
Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William, baron : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Thanking Shaw for his letter to The Timespublished Oct. 21; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, May I as a quite unimportant member"

  29  
Pettinati, Nino : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Turin; concerns the publishing history of Shaw's works in Italy, as well as the Italian version of Miss Patch's Thirty Years...; Mr. Pettinati translated some Shaw into Italian; begins "Very dear Miss Blanche, Please, excuse my "Blanche," but how could an unrepentant shavian [sic] as I am"

  29  
Pilecki, Gerard Anthony : Typed Letter Signed: to Bernard F. Burgunder
2 letters; on the bibliography of Shaw's Geneva

  29  
Pitman, Sir (Isaac) James : Materials relating to the Proposed British Alphabet
Included: Epitome of affidavit... (on validity of Shaw's Will) February 8, 1956; Epitome intended to be helpful to lobby correspondents (on Shaw's Will) March 23, 1956; George Bernard Shaw: some facts, February 20, 1957; Bath Chroniclearticle, March 22, 1957; A specimen of the new British alphabet, April 1957; Notes for press conference, December, 1957; Advertisement regarding George Bernard Shaw, deceased December 1957; Toronto Stararticle, January 1958; Explanatory memorandum containing Lists of Sounds, February 1958; A phonetic alphabet, Print in Britain, August 1960; Extract from the Will (Shaw's); Shaw notecard on phonetic spelling (with holograph note), January 27, 1942; Shaw's Orthography of the Bomb, December 27, 1945; My fair ladies and gentlemen, November 1958

  29  
Plunkett, Sir Horace Curzon : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns objections to production of O'Flaherty, V.C.in Dublin; the original of this letter has not been located; begins "My dear Shaw, I hear you are in direct communication"

  29  
Pritzker, Lee : Typed Manuscript: The Saint of Ayot St. Lawrence
Article on pp. 3-4; the author was founder of the first Shaw Society of Canada; begins "Canadian Vegetarian Union News Bulletin

  29  
Rank, Joseph Arthur : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Surrey; discussion of the making of a film version of Caesar and Cleopatra; date of Shaw's answer given, in Shaw's hand; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw / I entirely agree that the artistic"

  29  
Reyding, A. : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Amsterdam; Mr. Reyding represented the Society of Authors in the Netherlands; the letter concerns translations into Flemish, and whether they copyright those into Dutch; begins "Dear Sir, In answer to yours of the 16th inst. I beg to observe the"

  29  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd viscountess : Typed Manuscript: Untitled
Includes holograph sheets of notes; concerns George Bernard Shaw

  29  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd viscountess : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; concerns serializing the letters of Ellen Terry; begins "My dear Mr. Shaw / Is there any chance of getting the Serial"

  29  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd viscountess : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Request for an article on child abuse; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I have read the letter you wrote to"

  29  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd viscountess : Telegram to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "Have written to The Times on receipt of your wire"

  29  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd viscountess : Typed Letter: to Stephen Winsten
Begins "Dear Sir, In Lady Rhondda's absense I am writing to acknowledge"

  29  
Richards, Ruth and Ulrich, Elizabeth : Typed Letter: Concerning the progress of Mr. Burgunder's reference question with regard to Agnes Claudius, former companion to Mrs. Patrick Campbell
Wilkes-Barre, and University Park, Pennsylvania; some of the copies are signed

  29  
Roberts, Cecil : Typed Letter: to Gene Tunney
London; adecdote about Shaw and Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Gene Tunney, I have been staying with my friend Dr. A.L. Rowse,"

  29  
Robinson, Lennox : Typed Letter Signed: to Alan Wade
Dublin; concerns the history of the Irish Academy of Letters; Shaw was a Founding Member; begins "Dear Alan Wade / P.S. O'Hegarty tells me that some time ago you wrote to him"

  29  
Rodgers, Mrs. E.B. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Oamaru, N. Zealand; fan letter; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw. I am taking the liberty of"

  29  
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art : Typed Letter Signed: bearing many signatures of various members, among them Shaw's [fragment]
London; appeal for funds to found a national theatre

  29  
Royal Society of Literature, Academic Committee : Typed Manuscript: Letters and related documents
Mimeographed, spirit-duplicated, and printed material from teh files of G.B. Shaw, who was a member of the Academic Committee; one item gives the rules of the Committee at the time of tis creation in 1911; others are concerned with producing a phonetic alphabet; includes note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  29  
Russell, Henry T. ("Tosti") : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; begins "My dear B.P. / I am off tomorrow to New York with the Duke of Windsor

  29  
Sadleir, Michael : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; concerns Miss Patch's dispute with Shaw's biographer, St. John Ervine, as to his use of Shaw's diaries; See: Patch, Blanche Typed Manuscript The Diaries...; Mr. Sadleir was manager at Constable's, Shaw's publishers; begins "Dear Miss Patch, There is little I can say by way of"

  29  
Salt, Henry Stephens : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Brighton; removed from the copy of Salt's book Memories of Bygone Eton(London: Hutchinson, 1928?) kept in the Burgunder Shaw Collection; begins "My dear Shaw, Remembering your affection / for"

  29  
Samuels, H. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Secretary of Hammersmith Socialist League, Emery Walker
Chelsea; with note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder; begins "Dear Comrade, As there is a probabillity [sic] of"

  29  
Saunders, H.M. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Belfast; concerns a children's song, "Mother Tabbyskins"; begins "Dear Miss Patch. I remember my"

  29  
Saville, Agnes : Typed Letter: to Blanche Patch
London; Miss Patch was Shaw's secretary; on the same sheet is another copy of Cyril Maude's letter of November 18, 1950, to Miss Patch; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I was so very sorry to have had to leave immediately"

  29  
Scudamore, T.V. : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Parkstone, Dorset; Shavian anecdotes; begins "Dear Madam:- I am thoroughly enjoying your book and would like to"

  29  
Shah, Hiralal Amritlal : Typed Manuscript Signed: The Late Mr. Bernard Shaw - When He Was In Bombay
English translation by the author of an article in Gujarati published in Prabuddha Jain, Bombay, Nov. 15, 1950, and reprinted in 1955; the article concerns Shaw's visit to Bombay in January 1933

  29  
Sharpe, A. Menzies : Typed Letter Signed: to Stanley Clench
Hertford; concerning some comments by Shaw on endocrinology; begins "Dear Mr. Clench, Thanks for yours of 26th inst. which came"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to ?
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I was so touched by the very"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Notes Initialed: to [Ann Elder]
Ayot St. Lawrence; 4 notes + 1 address + 1 list. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed; to Margaret Haig (Thomas) Rhondda, Viscountess
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Rhonndda [sic] / We must & will meet"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Christmas Card; no year is given

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Typed Letter: Business correspondence
34 letters; typed copies made for Shaw of letters by Charlotte Shaw and others concerning edition she helped prepare of Selected Passages from the Works of Bernard Shawand Three Plays by Brieux; cross-reference cards have been made for the individual letters, by author, and for the books discussed

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; both the note and the envelope were found with letters received from George Bernard Shaw by Brentano's; the envelope is presumably to be dated ca. 1916

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Postcard Initialed: to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Why didn't you send down those proofs." Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letters & Notes Signed & Initialed: to Ann Elder
[Various places] 4 letters and 5 postcards from 1914.

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letters & Postcards Initialed: to Ann Elder
[Various places; Torquay] 6 letters and 2 postcards from 1915

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letters & Postcard Initialed: to Ann Elder
Ayot St. Lawrence; 3 letters and 5 postcards from 1916. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Ann Elder [initialed]
Ayot St. Lawrence; with her Autograph Document "Extract from the Baptismal Register" certified copy, July 11, 1932; and a 4x5 photograph of her (ca. 1920?) taken and developed by George Bernard Shaw; and a printed Memorial Program dated April 5, 1929, for her sister Mary Stewart (Payne-Townshend) Cholmondeley; an explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence has been typed on a separate leaf; gift of Bernard F. Burgunder, Dec. 19, 1978

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Arthur Brentano
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mr. Brentano / Thank you for your letter just"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letters & Postcards Initialed: to Ann Elder
[Various places] 2 letters & 4 postcards from 1917. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letters & Postcards Initialed: to Ann Elder
[Various places] 3 letters & 2 postcards from 1919 to April 20,1920; 1 letter from Sept. 24, 1928. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Brentano's
London; begins "Dear Sirs / I enclose a receipt for the cheque"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Typed Letter: to Thomas Edward Lawrence
Copies by Blanche Patch; See: Dunbar, Janet. Mrs. G.B.S., pp. 280-283, for background information; begins "I'd like to tell you something about myself."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Sandwich; begins "Thank you for your letter."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Passfield Corner, Liphook; begins "Dear Mr. O'Casey / G.B.S. & I have read"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eileen O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mrs. O'Casey / I am so very sorry, but I fear"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Geneva; begins "Dear Miss Patch / You will have got the telegram"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Trieste; begins "We arrived all safe and well"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Brioni; begins "This is a view of the"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Brioni; begins "Dear Miss Patch, That is indeed good news about the"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Brioni; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you about the Jugo-Slavia things."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Malvern; begins "Dear Mr. O'Casey / How nice of you to send / that telegram"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
London; begins "Dear Mr. O'Casey / Accept my most sincere con- / gratulations"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: Eileen O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mrs. O'Casey / I am so delighted you can both come"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eileen O'Casey
London? begins "Dear Mrs. O'Casey / Would Thursday week - 7th Nov. - do"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eileen O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Mrs. O'Casey / I should have written some / days ago"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sean / You wrote such a nice letter when I"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sean / Thank you for your lovely letter!"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Venezia; begins "I sent a wire to say be"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Hotel Lotti, Paris; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I have done very well, & the"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Malvern; begins "Dear Sean / It is delightful to hear of you / even with such"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter: to Sean O'Casey [fragment]
Ayot St. Lawrence? with typed transcript of part of the extant fragment; begins "Dear Sean / Don't think because I did not write"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Madeira; begins "We sailed for S. Africa on / Christmas Eve."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Cape Town; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you for your 2 notes & the"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Sea Point; begins "I cannot remember whether"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Napoli?; begins "All goes very well."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Empress of Britain, in Bombay; begins "Dear Miss Patch / Thank you for your letter & our mail"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Bangkok; begins "We have been literally 'under the weather'"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Empress of Britain in the China Sea; begins "Dear Miss Patch / A letter from you found"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Shanghai; begins "Some letters turned up here but"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Empress of Britain; begins "Dear Miss Patch / After a long break we got a"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Envelope addressed to Blanche Patch
San Francisco

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Telegram to Blanche Patch
Empress of Britain; begins "All Well New York Immense Success"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
London; begins "Dear Sean / Delighted to hear of you & / delighted to"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Sighed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sean / You see I got a letter for you"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
London; begins "Dear Sean / I think Within the Gates is a wonderful thing."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sean / It was lovely of you to send"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Roturua; begins "Dear Miss Patch / It seems extraordinary to think this is perhaps the"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to "Margaret" (Margaret Haig Thomas) Rhondda, Viscountess? [initialed]
London; begins "Dear Margaret / At last the sky seems to be clearing a bit"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Malvern; begins "Your letter has been forwarded / to me here."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Eileen O'Casey
London; begins "Dear Eileen / I cannot tell you how delighted I am"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
London; begins "Thank you so much for your / letters."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Off Tangiers; begins "All is well. People in attendance"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter: to Blanche Patch
Durban, S. Africa; seems to have been a 2 postcard message, the second half is missing; begins "Here we are, safe & sound."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter: to Blanche Patch
South Africa; this postcard is marked II, I is missing, and, as there is no signature, perhaps there was a III? begins "We are getting on splendidly here."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Seumas? O'Sullivan
Ayot St. Lawrence; Mr. O'Sullivan was editor of the Dublin Magazine; begins "Dear Mr. O'Sullivan / I see you are one of the Hon. Treasurers for the AE"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Margaret Haig (Thomas) Rhondda, Viscountess [initialed]
London; begins "Just back, still alive, from Eastbourne!"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Penrhyndeudraeth; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I fear this place is certainly a failure."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
London; begins "Dear Sean / What grand news to hear you are writing a new play!"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Sidmouth; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I am so very very sorry."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
London; begins "Dear Miss Patch / We were delighted to find your note here when we arrived."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Envelopes addressed to Henry Kiell Ayliff in Charlotte's hand
London

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autographed letter Signed: to Henry Kiell Ayliff
London; Dear Mr. Ayliff/ G.B.S. says: "Out of the list I know only Eileen Beldon

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
London; begins "Many thanks for your card."

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Droitwich; begins "To greet you on your"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Droitwich; begins "Dear Blanche / Just a line to tell you our news"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [initialed]
Droitwich; begins "Dear Blanche / What a relief! I think now things"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Margaret Haig (Thomas) Rhondda, Viscountess
London; begins "Delighted you can come Friday-"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: in the name of GBS to "Authorities"
Ayot St. Lawrence; a description of their property at Ayot, probably in response to an inquiry from the government, due to WWII; begins "The house at Ayot St. Lawrence is a gentleman's residence standing on its own"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sean / The book has come - & its / charming"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sean / I hope this is the letter you wanted"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Gene Tunney
London; begins "Dear Gene / It was so delightful to get your charming letter the other day!"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sir Hugh Walpole
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Sir Hugh / I am deeply touched by your letter"

  30  
Shaw, Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Sean O'Casey
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "I have been trying to do all / you asked"

  30  
Shaw, George Carr, Mrs. (Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly) : Document Signed: Receipt for repayment of a loan made to George Bernard Shaw (her son)
London; the body of the document is in Shaw's hand; with note by Bernard F. Burgunder on separate leaf

  30  
Shaw, George Carr, Mrs. (Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly) : Autograph Document: Household Accounting Listing
[n.p.] Adding and subtracting of total amounts may be in Shaw's hand. Included are two notes from B. F. Burgunder with his thoughts as well as what Dan Laurence wrote to him.

  30  
Shaw, George Carr, Mrs. (Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly) : Autographed Letters Signed to Ann Elder
[Mainly London]; 17 letters and 2 notes to Ann Elder from Lucy Carr Shaw until Dec., 1913. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, George Carr, Mrs. (Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly) : Autographed Letters Signed to Ann Elder
Walmer, Kent & Camberwell Grove, London; 20 letters & 1 postcard from Lucy Carr Shaw to Ann Elder. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Shaw, George Carr, Mrs. (Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly) : Autographed Letters Signed to Ann Elder
Camberwell Grove, London; 19 letters until 1917, 1 letter Jan.16, 1920 from Lucy Carr Shaw to Ann Elder, Shaw's secretary. Forms part of the Ann Elder Jackson Collection.

  30  
Anonymous : Typed Manuscript: Shaw - Visit to South Affrica
With explanatory note on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  30  
Sitwell, Sir Osbert, bart. : Typed Note: Selection "From 'True Lover's Knot' in Osbert Sitwell's Open The Door"
Shaw selection? for use on The Irrational Knot?

  30  
Speyer, Edward : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Shenley-Barnet, Herts; typed on Speyer's embossed stationery; at the top is typed: "Copy of a letter to G. Bernard Shaw, by Edward Speyer"; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I enclose a copy of the"

  30  
Spring, Howard : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Falmouth, England; concerns Miss Patch's book Thirty Years With G.B.S.; begins "Dear Miss Patch: I am glad to know that you / liked"

  30  
Stephens, Yorke : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mabel Terry Lewis
London; concerning production of Shaw's You Never Can Tell; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; begins "Dear Miss Lewis / After all the bother / Mr. Bernard Shaw"

  30  
Strasser, Josef : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Vienna; with Autograph Letter Signed to him by G.B. Shaw December 6, 1929, added at end; concerns the psychological importance of making resolutions; begins "Dear Sir, I beg to submit to you a request / with regard to"

  30  
Swaffer, Hannen : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
London; on the Labour Party; begins "Dear G.B.S., I was very glad to get your letter because"

  30  
Swaffer, Hannen : Letters in response to Swaffer's attack on Shaw's The Apple Cart
Also included are 3 clippings and 2 pages of unidentified notes; Swaffer was the drama critic of The Daily Express

  30  
Swede, Oscar : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw [fragment]
Franfort am Main; begins "Bernard Shaw / Help me to do something to get people interested in an international"

  31  
Takla, Mishil : Typed Manuscript Signed: George Bernard Shaw - Introduction - English
Cairo; with identifying note added on separate leaf; Mishil Takla is the pseudonym of M.T. Guirguis, whose book George Bernard Shawwas published in Cairo in 1946; See: Laurence K101

  31  
Teleki, Joseph : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; concerns copyright law; Teleki was an Hungarian literary agent who helped Shaw get his plays translated into Hungarian; begins "My dear Sir, May I be permitted to draw your attention"

  31  
Teleki, Joseph : Typed Letter Signed; to George Bernard Shaw
London; Mr. Teleki offers to become Shaw's Hungarian agent; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, It is the general practice on the Continent - not only in Hungary-"

  31  
Thesiger, Ernest : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; includes a holograph note in Miss Patch's hand; begins "Dear Miss Patch, A minute mistake in your / delightful book"

  31  
Thomas, Charles : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; probably this is a copy, for C. Thomas's files, of the letter he sent to Shaw; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I send you the cuttings from / your last"

  31  
Thomas, Charles : Autograph Letter Signed: to Edmund Yates?
London; includes quote from letter of Shaw to Thomas; written across the quote, in a different ink, is a note initialled E.Y.; Yates was editor of The World, for which Shaw wrote music criticism that he sent to Thomas; begins "Messrs. Sir John Fowler (next celebrity) is"

  31  
Thomas, Charles : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
"Copy"; concerns Shaw's "libellous" article on the Bach Choir; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by B.F. Burgunder; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / I returned you the revised edition"

  31  
Thomas, Norman : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Wallington, Surrey; begins "Sir, Will you allow me to bring to your notice what appears to be a slight"

  31  
Thorndike, Dame Sybil : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Chelsea, London; begins "My dear Miss Patch. I'm so / glad you enjoyed"

  31  
Thorndike, Dame Sybil : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; begins "My dear Miss Patch, Here are the seats / for the"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; "Daddy" is playwright Henry Arthur Jones, of whom Spielmann was a close friend; with a note by Bernard Burgunder on separate leaf; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Daddy is very seriously ill"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; announcement and description of the death of her father, Henry Arthur Jones; Spielmann was a close friend of HAJ; See: Jones, Doris Arthur. Life and Letters of Henry Arthur Jones.London, 1930; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Thank you very much for"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; discussion of her writing of the life of her father, Henry Arthur Jones; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / In case you have not seen"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Thank you very much for your kind"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Bless you for your dear kind letter"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; discusses the question of a memorial to Henry Arthur Jones; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / And I forgot a most"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; concerns the disposal of Henry Arthur Jones' manuscripts; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Many thanks for your long letter"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / I simply bulge with things I want to say"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Many, many thanks for the two lots"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Hampstead, London; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / Many thanks for your very kind and helpful letter"

  31  
Thorne, Doris Arthur (Jones) : Autograph Letter Signed: to M.H. Spielmann
Chelsea, London; begins "Dear Mr. Spielmann / So glad to get your letter"

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; at the bottom of the letter is the handwritten reply: Autograph Letter Signed to George Herbert Thring from George Bernard Shaw, May 22, 1924; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, The British Broadcasting Co. have asked for"

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Thring was Secretary to the Society of Authors until 1930; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I am sending you a formal letter of invitation to / the International Meeting which the French Society is calling / together at the beginning of June."

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Initialled by Thring; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw / Many thanks for your note of the 25th inst. I am / exceedingly sorry that you won't be able to attend the meeting / in Paris,"

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Initialled by Thring; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Many thanks for your letter of the 27th inst. / with the documents returned."

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Initialled by Thring; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Many thanks for your letter of the 26th inst [ant] / with the papers returned."

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Initialled by Thring; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I wonder whether it would be possible for you to / attend an International meeting of the Dramatic Authors in Berlin / on April 16th?

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Initialled by Thring; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Many thanks for the proof returned. I will / see that twenty-five galley proofs are sent to you"

  31  
Thring, George Herbert : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw [initialed]
Initialled by Thring; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I have much pleasure in enclosing herewith / the pulls of your letter for which you asked."

  31  
Tolstoí, Lev Nikolaivich, graf : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Yasmara Poliana, Russia; copies made by Blanche Patch? begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, Please excuse me for not having"

  31  
Tomalin, W.F. : Typed Letter Signed: to Lady Rhondda
Surrey; a letter by Shaw is mentioned in the body of the letter; begins "Dear Madame / The sum given by you and other friends towards the cost and equipment"

  31  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : Autograph Letter Signed: to Saul Colin
Evian-les-Bains; begins "My dear Colin! On my way home I received here your letter July 13"

  31  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : Autograph Letter Signed: to F.E. Loewenstein
Zurich; begins "My dear Dr. Loewenstein / How is our dear friend?"

  31  
Tschichold, Jan : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Harmondsworth; Penguin Books Ltd.; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh, Penguin Books are preparing"

  31  
Tschichold, Jan : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
Harmondsworth; Penguin Books Ltd.; begins "Dear Mr. Farleigh, Since my last letter"

  31  
Tunney, Gene : Typed Letter: to Charlotte (Payne-Townshend) Shaw
New York; begins "Dear Mrs. Shaw / I was delighted to get your charming and newsey"

  31  
Tunney, Gene : Typed Letter: to Sister Felicitas Corrigan
Begins "Dear Sister / I have your letter of the 9th and can hardly wait to write and"

  31  
Tunney, Gene : Typed Letter: to Dame Felicitas Corrigan, O.S.B.
A letter of thanks from Tunney, via his secretary, K.M. Skallon, for copies of the letters between Shaw and Dame Laurentia McLachlan; begins "Dear Sister / This is to acknowledge receipt of the copy of"

  31  
Tunney, Gene : Printed programs for boxing matches
Queensbury Challenge Cups, Lillie Bridge Grounds, March 17, 1883 (listed to fight is a G.B. Shaw of London); Amateur Boxing Championships, St. James's Hall, April 15, 1882; possibly sent to Tunney by Shaw because of the reference to a G.B. Shaw?

  31  
Tusa, John : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; Tusa is writing on behalf of the B.B.C.; the letter concerns Miss Patch's radio broadcast on Shaw; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Many thanks for your kind letter."

  31  
Unknown : Typed Note: Unidentified note on Democracy; Marshal Petain is mentioned


  31  
Viard-Louis, M. : Printed Card of invitation addressed to George Bernard Shaw for a musical "At Home"
London

  31  
Viereck, George Sylvester : Typed Manuscript Signed: Shaw Looks at Life at Seventy
Interview conducted by Viereck at Shaw's home in London; the manuscript bears extensive additions, excisions, and corrections in Shaw's hand; at the end is a holograph note by Viereck concerning Shaw's authorization of publications of the manuscript; with note on separate leaf

  31  
Voynitch, Ethel Lillian (Boole) : Typed Manuscript: The Gadfly
Photocopy of the original manuscript in the British Museum: a four-act dramatic version by G.B. Shaw of Voynitch's novel; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  31  
Walker, Sir Emery : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; informing Shaw of his election to the Art Workers Guild as honorary member; begins "My dear Shaw / It gives me the greatest pleasure to tell you"

  31  
Walker, Sir Emery : Printed postcard addressed to him.
London; Verso contained advertisement for "Fanny's First Play".

  31  
Wall, Rex M. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Winchelsea, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Your letter, dated 23rd / arrived"

  31  
Walters, Gordon Reynolds : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Uxbridge, England; begins "Dear GBS, After grave anxiety - better news"

  31  
Ward, May Augusta (Arnold) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mrs. Patrick Campbell
5 letters; with typed copies (presumably made by Arthur Bertram) of all but the Oct. 19 letter; these letters deal with a proposal that Mrs. Campbell take part in producting Mrs. Ward's play Eleanor(based on her novel)

  31  
Wardrop, John : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Typed transcript by Blanche Patch; begins "On the 17th of December, 1939"

  31  
Ward, Mary Augusta (Arnold) : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Tring; concerns a resolution to be put to the Society of Authors; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, You and I found ourselves working"

  31  
Wardrop, John : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; for transcript typed by Blanche Patch see Wardrop's letter to Shaw, n.d., "On the 17th December..."; begins "My dear GBS--You are a good lad."

  31  
Wardrop, John : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "All right, all right, all right, all right, ALL RIGHT!"

  31  
Webb, Beatrice (Potter) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liphook, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I do hope the"

  31  
Webb, Beatrice (Potter) : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liphook, England; begins "My dear Miss Patch, So many thanks for your letter of / the"

  31  
Webb, Beatrice (Potter) : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liphook, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Very many thanks for your letter"

  31  
Wells, Geoffrey H. : Typed Letter Signed: to Bernard F. Burgunder
Cardiff, Great Britain; regarding editions of Shaw's "On Going To Church" and other works; begins "Dear Mr. Burgunder, I was most interested to receive, this morning, your"

  31  
Wells, Herbert George : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns John Bull's Other Island; original letter written in extremely light pencil, over which someone has gone with a pen; copies apparently made by Blanche Patch; with note on separate leaf; begins "In spite of your disgusting caricature of me"

  31  
Wilde, M. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [fragment]
Begins "...It would be lovely to"

  31  
Wilshaw, Harold : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Bristol, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I'm very sorry / not to have written"

  31  
Wilson, Colin : Typed Manuscript: Shaw's Existentialism
Unpublished B.B.C. talk?

  31  
Winsten, Stephen : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lady Rhondda
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Lady Rhondda / The deadline date for your contribution to the volume in honour of"

  31  
Winsten, Stephen : Typed Letter Signed: to Lady Rhondda
Ayot St. Lawrence; begins "Dear Lady Rhondda / I am editing a volume in honour of Bernard Shaw"

  31  
Winsten, Theodora : Sketch for preliminary jacket design and final printed version for George Bernard Shaw's book, Everybody's Political What's What


  31  
W.B. Woolley & Co., Ltd. : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Sir, We have pleasure in attaching hereto"

  31  
Young, Elizabeth : Typed Manuscript: Revisions in Pygmalion: Problems for an Editor
Photocopy made from a copy lent by the author; the original was written while the author was a senior at Cornell

  31  
Zangwill, Israel : Autograph Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
London; concerns Shaw's difficulties with the Dramatists Club and more specifically, with Henry Arthur Jones; includes a note by Dan Laurence; begins "Only just got yours / Am leaving town"

  31  
Miscellaneous Unidentified Material


  32  
Watt, W.P. : Autograph Manuscript & Typed Manuscript: File on appraisal of George Bernard Shaw's estate
For more information, see RLIN AMC record NYCV91-A488; Added entry cards have been made for the following: Pascal, Gabriel; Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950--Estate; Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950--Androcles and the Lion; A.P. Watt & Sons; Constable & Co.; Dodd, Mead & Co.; General Cinema Finance Corp.; Great Britain--Board of Inland Revenue--Estate Duty Office; J.N. Mason & Co.; Nuova Rinasciamento Films; Penguin Books; R.&R. Clark; Society of Authors (Great Britain); Theatre Guild; Walter Smee, Will & Co.

  32  
Summaries of Royalties / Stock
  32  
1950
  32  
1951-1
  32  
1951-2
  32  
1951-3
  32  
1951-4
  32  
1951-5
  32  
1952-53
  32  
1954-55
 
Series VI. Miscellaneous Printed Material [series]:
  33  
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

  37  
GBS : Verse on card with drawing by Stanley Parker


  37  
GBS : Reviews
Various publications; list of articles included in manuscript folder concerning The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search For God

  37  
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

  37  
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

  37  
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"

  37  
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'"

  37  
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

  37  
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

  37  
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)

  37  
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.

  37  
GBS : Everybody's Political What's What?Reviews
Brown, Ivor. "All About All."

  37  
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

  37  
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."

  37  
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

  37  
GBS : Major BarbaraFilm souvenir program


  37  
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)

  37  
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

  37  
GBS : PrefacesReviews
Ervine, St. John. "Mr. Shaw Sums Himself Up." August 17, 1934 in The Observer

  37  
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

  37  
GBS : Sixteen Self-SketchesReviews


  37  
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

  37  
GBS : You Never Can TellReviews, criticisms


  37  
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

 
Series VII. Reviews on G.B. Shaw [series]:
  38-39  
 
Series VIII. Miscellaneous Printed Material by others [series]:
  40  
Adcock, Arthur St. John : Bernard Shaw's New Plays
Article, printed on pp. 94-95 of The Bookmanon The Doctor's Dilemma, Getting Married, and The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet; on pp. 95-96 os the same issue is printed "A Long Way with Bernard Shaw" by Holbrook Jackson, a review of George Bernard Shaw: A Critical Biographyby Archibald Henderson

  40  
Abby Theatre Dramatic Festival of Plays and Lectures: Brochure
Dublin; Official Souvenir of the third (enlarged) edition of the brochure giving the program for the Dramatic Festival in August, 1938.

  40  
Abby Theatre Fund: Flyer
Announcement of the Abbey Theatre's fund-raising lectures in London, 1921. With not by Dan H. Laurence. Mrs. Warren's Profession

  40  
American Shaw Festival : Brochure
Announcement of the Inaugural Season; plays by Shaw included are Candidaand Mrs. Warren's Profession

  40  
American Shaw Festival : Brochure
Plays by Shaw included are Misallianceand How He Lied To Her Husband

  40  
American Shaw Festival : Brochure
The play by Shaw included is Major Barbara

  40  
The Anglo-Swedish Literary Foundation : First Annual Report
Gift of Dan H. Laurence; with the Second Annual Report (ca. April 1, 1929) and a mimeographed summary, dated June 1960, of the Foundation's activities

  40  
Anonymous : Mr. George Bernard Shaw [biographical notice accompanying Shaw's portrait]
In English portraits: a series of...; London, Grant Richards

  40  
Archer, William : About the Theatre. "The Doctor's Dilemma."
Excerpted from The Tribune; deacidified on August 1984

  40  
Archer, William : The Future of the Drama
Excerpted from Yomiuri Shimbun; report in Japanese of lecture by Archer; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  40  
Archer, William : Letter: to the Editor, the Pall Mall Gazette
Concerns Archer's "dramatic works." Archer was a close friend of Shaw

  40  
The Arts Theatre Club : Letter to Members
Includes an announcement that G.B. Shaw's Back to Methuselahwill be presented in its entirety

  40  
Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : "Shaw's Hidden Qualities."
Excerpted from The Observer; 2 copies of article

  40  
The Authors' Producing Society : Circular concerning Damaged Goods[proof]
Announces transfer of production of the play Damaged Goods,by Eugene Brieux, to the Court Theatre; Shaw's Preface to Three Plays by Brieuxis quoted on galley 3; with explanatory note added by Dan H. Laurence on separate leaf

  40  
Beerbohm, Max : Caricature of Shaw, reproduced from Beerbohm's copy of Shaw's The Doctor's Dilemma
In Columbia library columns. New York. February 1974. Vol. XXIII, No. 2, p. 2; included is an article on the Jack Harris Samuels Library, which contains Shaw material; 2 copies includes reprint

  40  
Bell, Robert Anning : Bookplates of Jane Patterson
Two bookplates designed by Bell for Jane Patterson

  40  
Bering-Jensen, Helle : "The Fashioning of charlatan Shaw"


  40  
Bermann, Richard A. : Der Ire Bernard Shaw
In Der Zeitgeist, Beiblatt zum "Berliner Tageblatt" April 6, 1914

  40  
Bindon, Graham : The Builder of Idols; part 1 of George Bernard Shaw: Two Views
In the Clare Market Review (London). 21cm. Vol. XLVI, No. 2, p. 30-32

  40  
Bishop, George Walter : Portrait of Shaw as a Villager
Excerpted from Daily Telegraph; review of Allan Chappelow's book Shaw the Villager and Human Being

  40  
Blatchford, Robert : The New Enemy in Our Midst
Full-page article printed in The Weekly Dispatchon p. 3, largely an attack on G. Bernard Shaw's pamphlet Common Sense about the War; the original is FRAGILE: with it are filed two complete photocopies, on eon acid-free paper

  40  
Borough Polytechnic Institute Economic Club : Program of lectures
"A lecture by G. Bernard Shaw on "The Jevonian Theory" is scheduled for Dec. 2."

  40  
Braddock, Joseph : "Shaw's Austrian Ambassador"
Review of Chronicle of a Life,by Siegfried Trebitsch, Shaw's German translator

  40  
Brock, Erich : Bernard Shaw vor dem Klostergitter
Berlin?; article in two parts from unidentified periodical, reviewing the book In a Great Tradition(London 1956) concerning Laurentia McLachlan and Shaw, as translated into German under the title: Freiheit jenseits des Gitters

  40  
Brock, H.T. : "Shaw the Youthful Pictured by Shaw"
In New York Times Magazine;article on Shaw's life and work, commemorating the publication of the Collected Works,by William H. Wise & Co.; included are prints of 5 photos of Shaw

  40  
Brock, H.T. : "Weighed in the Ballance"
In New York Times Book Review Magazine;review on Frank Harris' unauthorized biography of Shaw

  40  
Brome, Vincent : "Bernard Shaw versus H.G. Wells"
In Radio Times;printed with the article are portraits of the two by David Low

  40  
Brown, Ivor John Carnegie : "The Future of G.B.S."
In The Observer

  40  
Callen, Harold : The Bashful Genius, Theatre Program
Program and poster for a play (The Van Dam Theatre, New York) about Shaw; with note added on separate leaf from Bernard F. Burgunder; gift of Dan H. Laurence

  40  
Carter, Huntly : Price of Hero Worship
In The Daily Express;newspaper article about market value of cards and letters by Shaw, with references to letters from Shaw to Carter; deacidified August 1984

  40  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Drawing by Ginsbury of Mrs. Campbell as "the Matriarch" in G.B. Stern's play of the same name
In T.P.'s Weekly

  40  
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : "Speech Has Become Talk - and Talk Chatter"
In The Evening Standard;holograph notation at the top, "Is it very bad?" in Mrs. Campbell's hand

  40  
Campion, Sidney Ronald : Letter to News Chronicle
In News Chronicle;titled: "G.B.S. wrote..." beside the printed letter is reproduced in facsimile Shaw's Autograph Letter Signed to Campion, October 23, 1947, concerning disposal of his ashes

  40  
Chappelow, Allan : "Photographing the Fabians"
In John O'London's Weekly;includes photos of H.G. Wells, E.R. Pease, the Webbs, and Shaw; it was done to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Fabian Society

  40  
Charles Hamilton Galleries, Inc. : Auction catalogs 163 & 164
Lots 101-132 in the catalog for April 19 are letters from George Bernard Shaw to Arnold Daly; the catalog for May 31 lists the prices realized at the April 19 sale

  40  
Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer : The Amazing George Bernard Shaw
In Adam International Review;Churchill's article (pp. 1-4) is followed with contributions on Shaw by Sybil Thorndyke, C.E.M. Joad, James Agate, Denis Saurat, F.E. Loewenstein; F.E.L.'s article quotes from drafts of Shaw's letters of 1879-80

  40  
Clement, Russell : The Perfect Wagnerite
Friends of the Brigham Young Unversity Library Newsletter; article on a copy of Shaw's Perfect Wagnerite,inscribed to Dorothea Kreyer and containing 30 photographs of her and Shaw from the summer of 1898; gift of Rick Grunder

  40  
Cockerell, Sir Sydney Carlyle : Document: Admission card to cremation of George Bernard Shaw
Card issued by The Public Trustee Office for the cremation on November 6, 1950

  40  
Collis, John Stuart : "Bernard Shaw at Eighty"
In John O'London's Weekly

  40  
Communique:Bernard F. Burgunder '18 Loves Bernard Shaw
Article printed on page 2 of Communiqueconcerning Bernard Burgunder and the Burgunder Shaw Collection

  40  
Communique: Burgunder Shaw Collection Receives Valuable Addition
Article printed, with pictures, on page 11, about the Black Girl Collection

  40  
Communique: Valuable Shaw letter added to Burgunder Collection
Article printed on page 9 of Communique,concerning Shaw's letter to Kate Perugini, June 2, 1903

  40  
Contemporary Arts Conference : Preliminary Notice
A 7-page stapled printed pamphlet including the program for the conference to be held June 7-10, 1921; with G.B. Shaw's holograph notes on back cover; identifying note in ink on front cover by Holbrook Jackson; and a note on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  40  
The Cornhill Magazine : Index to Volume 168. Numbers 1003-1008; Spring 1955-Summer 1956; John Murray, 50 Albermarles Street, London, W.I. 1956
Cover and the table of contents; this is the magazine which contains the letters between Shaw and Dame Laurentia MacLachlan

  41  
Dent, Alan: Wicked Wicked Letters
In Life Magazine;edited by Dent, a review of the "Shaw-Terry Letters", pp. 62-[69?] with examples of their letters and photographs of both.

  41  
Dickens, Charles : Dickens and Ellen Ternan
In The Sunday Times;articles concerned with Dicken's relationship to Ellen Ternan; obtained by Mr. Burgunder for their connection with the Shaw-Perugini correspondence

  41  
Downer, Alan S. : Harley-Granville-Barker
In The Sewanee Review; Sewanee, Tennessee, Autumn, 1947. 22.5 cm. Vol. LV, no. 4, p. 627-645

  41  
Dublin. National Gallery of Ireland : Postcards
Postcard reproductions of eight paintings bought with the George Bernard Shaw Fund, a part of Shaw's bequest

  41  
Du Cann, C.G.L. : Shaw's Unpublished Diaries
In The Humanist;article printed on pp. 9-12

  41  



  41  
Emery, Mrs. Florence (Farr) : "The Latest Ibsen Actress"
In The Pall Mall Gazette;from Miss Farr's clipping service?

  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : A Forgotten "Masterpiece"
In The Stage World;column headed "At the Play" concerning the anonymous play Alan's Wife(produced in 1893); includes the text (corrected in hand of Dan H. Laurence) of Letter to Floryan Sobieniowski, November 10, 1928

  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : "At the Play: The Alleged Septuagenarianism of Bernard Shaw"


  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : "At the Play. Frank Harris on Bernard Shaw"
In Observer;a review of Frank Harris' book Bernard Shaw

  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : G.B.S. in the Theatre
In The Listener

  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : Mr. Shaw on Extermination - I
In London Observer;printed under the heading "At the Play" and being in part a review of Shaw's Village Wooing

  41  
Escott, T.H.S. : "How the 'World' Was Made"
In The Sketch;history of The Worldunder Edmund Yates, for which Shaw began to write as art critic in 1886

  41  
Everyman Theatre : Programs and notices
Five programs for plays by G.B. Shaw have been removed from this collection of Everyman Theatre papers and separately cataloged; the remainder includes some references to plays by Shaw; Cf. Mander & Mitchenson, pp. 292-3

  41  
The Fabian Society. The Executive Committee : Manuscript: The Fabian Society and the War
London; concerns the war in South Africa; Bernard Shaw and wife Charlotte were members of the Executive

  41  
Fabian of 1900 : The Unwrought Magnum Opus of Shaw
In The New Age;article printed on pp. 179-180, on Shaw's political platform, "By a Fabian of 1900"

  41  
The Fabian Society : "The coming Socialist Commonwealth of Great Britain"
London; announcement of a series of lectures; Shaw is listed as giving "A Commentary on the 'Webb Constitution,'" on December 3rd

  41  
The Fabian Society : A Debate on Socialism - Preliminary Announcement
Announcement of a debate between Bernard Shaw and Hilaire Belloc, January 28, 1913

  41  
The Fabian Society : Minutes of the Fabian members' meeting
With an amendment by Bernard Shaw

  41  
The Fabian Society : Redistribution of Income
Announcement of a series of six lectures to be given by George Bernard Shaw in October - December 1914

  41  
Farleigh, John : "A Wood Engraver and his Work," and sample sketches by Farleigh for Shaw's "Black Girl"
Review of Farleigh's autobiography, Graven Image;of the three sample sketches printed, two are by Farleigh and one is by Shaw

  41  
Faversham, William : Contract to produce Misallianceby George Bernard Shaw
[n.p.] Shaw's Memorandum of Agreement form, filled out in Shaw's hand for agreement with "Misalliance" and signed, witnessed by Ann Elder. Additional leaf is note [by Dan H. Laurence?] explaining details.

  41  
Feldman, Eddy S. : "G. Bernard Shaw: Furniture Man"
Reprint

  41  
Forbes-Robertson, Sir Johnston : Synopsis of Forbes-Robertson's Career
Broadside printed on one side only, listing events in his career under dates between 1874 and 1913; with a postcard photograph of Gertrude Elliott (Mrs. Johnston Forbes-Robertson)

  41  
From Start to Finish: Plays of the moment, no. XXIII - "Geneva"
In The Sketch;article printed on pp. 440-441. Photographs of scenes in the play done by Angus McBean.

  41  
Gallie, G. Fraser : Bernard Shaw: A Short Biography
8-page brochure of G. Fraser Gallie, custodian of Shaw's Corner; with explanatory note added on separate leaf

  41  
Garvin, James Louis : G.B.S. -- 1856-1926
In The Observer;a tribute to Shaw on his seventieth birthday; author identified in unknown hand

  41  
Gould, Symon : George Bernard Shaw and his latter-day vegetarian abuses [2 installments]
In American Vegetarian;Pismo Beach, Calif. Vol. X, No. 2&3. Entire isssues containing articles included.

  41  
Granville-Barker, Harley : "The Exemplary Theatre"
In The Speer;Harley Granville-Barker tells William Shakespeare how his Plays should be Produced.

  41  
Gough, Sir Hubert : Memorial of Certain British, Irish and Anglo-Irish Citizens
Signatories include G.B. Shaw, Gilbert Murray, Sean O'Casey, and many others; with related article reprinted from The Times,November 28, 1945, and explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence

  41  
Griffin, Alice : Sketches by Shaw
In Theatre Arts;article printed on pp. 70-71 about the Black Girl Collection, "recently acquired in England" by E.R. Mesnier and W.D. Zeltmann; this periodical issue was received at Cornell as part of the Black Girl Collection; with photostat inserted of sketches by Shaw from N.Y. Public Library

  41  
Great Britain. Public Trustee : Typed Manuscript: Advertisement. New Proposed British Alphabet
Invitation to submit designs for a new British Alphabet, in accordance with the terms of the will of George Bernard Shaw; Full title here: "Advertisement. re: George Bernard Shaw, deceased. New Proposed British Alphabet"

  41  
Gregory, Isabella Augusta (Persse) Lady : Advertisement describing the Coole edition of Lady Gregory's works, published by Colin Smythe, Ltd.


  41  
Greenwich Village Theatre : Repertory
Includes Shaw's Androcles and the Lion, Candida, Mrs. Warren's Profession, and The Philanderer;with a blank letter-form concerning Candida

  41  
Grendon, Felix : "Wind Time! Wolf Time!"
In The Shavianv.1, no.1; includes the printing of G.B.S.'s response to the article written on the proof

  41  
Grendon, Felix : "Wind Time! Wolf Time!" annotation by G. Bernard Shaw
The article discusses Shaw, and his holograph annotation is a response; it was published in The Shavian,v.1, no.1, Spring 1946, pp. 4-5, with the G.B.S. note included

  41  
Grierson, Francis : G. Bernard Shaw
In The New Age;article printed on pp. 248-9

  41  
Hammersmith Socialist Society : Printed announcement of scheduled meetings and addresses for Sept.-Dec. 1895
London; Speakers include Shaw, Sidney Webb, and William Morris

  41  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Cours libre (sur Bernard Shaw) - Announcement
Announcement of course dealing with Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatraand Man and Superman,to begin Feb. 15, 1911

  41  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Une nouvelle lettre du "Menage Hamon"
In Comoedia;letter to the editor, responding to criticism of the Hamons' translations of Shaw; followed by a letter from E.Y. Brunelliere on the same subject

  41  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Le Theatre de Bernard Shaw [announcement]
Announcement of Hamon's lectures on Shaw's plays, and of Hamon's translations of Shaw in Pieces Deplaisantes,and of Hamon's book Le Moliere du XXe siecle, Bernard Shaw

  41  
Hamon, Henriette : Peintre impitoyable de la societe: Bernard Shaw
In Les Lettres Francaises;newspaper article, identified in margin in hand of Dan H. Laurence

  41  
Harris, Frank : Bernard Shaw.Index
New York: Simon & Schuster; eight leaves, stapled; printed after publication of the book; with this is filed the flyer beginning "Special Announcement Regarding Index" which accompanied the book; See: Laurence BB31b (p. 507)

  41  
Harris, Frank : Lectures by Frank Harris at the Bear and Fox Inn [Announcement]
Lectures to be delivered in Tannersville, N.Y.? with autograph pencil note added in his hand, and with identifying note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; the third lecture concerns in part G.B. Shaw's The Doctor's Dilemma;on separate leaf is a printed list of books by Frank Harris

  41  
Harris, Frank : Mackenzie v. Harris and others
In Musical News;Transcript of a suit for libel (printed on pp. 126-131) brought against the Saturday Reviewand its editor Frank Harris; G.B. Shaw is mentioned on pp. 129-30 as a reliable drama critic; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  41  
Harrison, N.J. : List of "The New Alphabet"
Based on the 42 letter alphabet of phonetic character which Bernard Shaw provided for in his will, and which was published in a transliteration of Androcles and the Lionin 1962

  41  
Henderson, Archibald : Archibald Henderson
In The BookmarkChapel Hill, N.C. 23 cm. No.30; article on the Shaw Collection at the University of North Carolina's library; the collection was founded by Shaw's biographer, Archibald Henderson

  41  
Henshaw, C.H. : Bernard Shaw: The Complete Puritan
In EverymanVol.2, No.29; part of the "Modern Writer Series;" with two photographs of the Warsaw production of The Apple Cart

  41  
Herford, Oliver : Prologue...to the Players Production of She Stoops to Conquer
New York; printed on the back of program for Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer;the prologue is "as spoken by Henry E. Dixey in the character of George Bernard Shaw"

  41  
"A History and Description of the Parish of Ilsington"
25 pages

  41  
Holroyd, Michael and Susan Raven : "Bernard Shaw: Man and Superman"
In London Sunday Times Magazine

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : The Genius of Shaw
In The Observer;reviews, criticism

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : Reviews of books on Shaw
Included are reviews of: Nathaniel Harris, The Shaws(London, Dent, 1977); Alfred Turco, Shaw's Moral Vision(New York, Simon & Schuster, 1977); Norman I. MacKenzie, The Fabians (Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1976)

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : Shaw and Women [poster]
Poster announcing a lecture sponsored by The Society for the Humanities; with copy of a related letter signed by Michael Kammen

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : Writing a Life of Shaw
In Times Literary Supplement?photocopy of newspaper article

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : The wrongs of copyright
In Times Literary Supplement

  41  
Hopkins, R. Thurston : Bernard Shaw at 70
In New York Times Magazine;interview with G.B.S. on his birthday.

  41  
Houghton, George William : "Shaw Draws Himself"
In John O'London's Weekly;caricatures of Shaw by Houghton and by G.B.S. himself

  41  
Hoult, Norah : "Don Chesterton"
In John O'London's Weekly;review of Return to Chesterton, by Maisie Ward

  41  
Ibsen, Henrik : The Doll's HouseSketches
In Pall Mall Budget;from a production starring Janet Achurch

  41  
The Incorporated Stage Society : Program for the sixth meeting
On the back of the program are noted productions of You Never Can Telland Candidaby G.B. Shaw; featured on the program is Gerhart Hauptmann's The Coming of Peace,translated by Janet Achurch and Charles E. Wheeler

  41  
The Incorporated Stage Society : Schedule of plays for production
First on the list, and tentatively scheduled for January 14 & 15, 1917, is G.B. Shaw's Augustus Does His Bit;with identifying note by Dan H. Laurence

  41  
The Independent Theatre Society : Announcement of subscription rates
Includes announcement of a series of plays to be published as the Independent Theatre Series, beginning with G.B. Shaw's Widowers' Houses

  41  
The Independent Theatre Society : Programme for the Third Season 1893-94
Lists plays produced in the first two seasons, including G.B. Shaw's Widowers' Houses,and suggests there will be a new play by Shaw in the third season; with this is filed the "Programme for the Proposed Fourth Season 1894-1895" promising "An Original Play" by Shaw

  41  
International Arts Guild : G.B.S. Celebration [program]
The 90th birthday celebration features four speakers and "The Musical Portrait of Bernard Shaw" by Theo Dejoncker

  41  
Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland : "The new Abbey Theatre"
Dublin, Ireland; supplement to the Irish Times,July 18, 1966, containing many articles on the old and new Abbey Theatre

  42  
Jackson, Barry Vincent : The Grand Adventure
In The Birmingham Post;illustrated article in newspaper supplement commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre; includes photos from productions of Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatraand Back to Methuselah,and a photo of Shaw photographing others at the 1929 Malvern Festival

  42  
John, Augustus : Portrait of G.B. Shaw
Color postcard reproduction of portrait at Shaw's Corner, Ayot St. Lawrence; from the Black Girl Collection

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Manuscript: Article containing a statement by Jones on his dislike of George Bernard Shaw
The dislike appears to have begun with Shaw's reaction to WWI

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Manuscript: "This Dear, Dear England"
In Daily MailOverseas

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter: to the Editor of the Evening Standard
Another episode in Jones's attack on Shaw, and an explanation of the non-publication of the former's "Mr. Mayor of Shakespeare's Town"

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor of the "Fortnightly Review"
Separate publication; with a note by Bernard Burgunder; an attack on Shaw's politics, caused by Shaw's opposition to WWI; begins "Sir, Having been much occupied through the last six weeks, I have only"

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor, Daily Express
Titled "'Henry Arthur' Dissects Bernard Shaw"

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor, "Mr. Jones and Mr. Shaw"
Concerns Mr. Jones's book Mr. Mayor of Shakespeare's Town

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to "Mr. Mayor of Shakespeare's town"
In Stratford-on-Avon;an attack on George Bernard Shaw

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor, Stratford-on-Avon Herald
Criticism of Shaw's action during WWI

  42  
Keane, Robert N. : George Bernard Shaw on Long Island
In Manuscripts;photocopy of an article printed on pp. 158-165, describing the Shaw collection in the Hofstra University Library

  42  
Kelly, Francis J. : Manuscript: "G.B.S. - Music Critic" [radio broadcast]
Date of broadcast; includes letter to Kelly from Shaw on topics related to the broadcast

  42  
Kerr, Alison : Bernard Shaw: An Exhibition
Ithaca; exhibit catalog, published by Cornell University Library; this copy contains handwritten corrections by Bernard F. Burgunder

  42  
Kerr, Walter : "A Devil's DiscipleUnencumbered by Shaw"
In New York Times;review of the Niagara-on-the-Lake revival of Shaw

  42  
Kilty, Jerome : Dear LiarReviews, etc.
3 newspaper reviews of the March 1960 New York production, and program of the production at the Billy Rose Theatre; gift of Frances Tompkins; received from her August 1984 with letters of Mrs. Patrick Campbell to Jennette Cutler Curtis

  42  
Kingsley, Sidney : Darkness at Noon [program]
Program for a production at the Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell; with photocopy of a signed note by Kingsley to Bernard F. Burgunder, and explanatory note on separate leaf

  42  
Kinnear, John Boyd : Manuscript: Facts about Ireland
This is the "pamphlet" mentioned in Shaw's letter to Edmund Harvey, p. 111 in Collected Letters,edited by Dan Laurence

  42  
Krutch, Joseph Wood : Shaw for Shaw's Sake
Article concerning Shaw's The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles,printed on pp. 24, 26, 28 of a March 11, 1935 Sam S. Shubert Theatre program for Escape Me Never!reprinted from The Nation

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : The Fifth Gospel of Bernard Shaw
New Orleans; Andrew W. Mellon Lecture delivered at Tulane University and published by The Graduate School of Tulane University

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : G.B.S. in Love [program]
Two copies of program for performance in Center for Theatre Arts, Cornell, September 1, 1989; with announcement for this and other special events accompanying the exhibition A Celebration of Theatre, including lecture by Christopher Newton, Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : G.B.S. in Love [theater program]
Program from The Inn Theatre, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival; "A Dramatic Narrative adapted and performed by Dan Laurence and Leta Anderson"

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : A Joan for ThisSeason
Stratford Festivalsouvenir publication; gift of Dan H. Laurence

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Letter Signed: to Times Literary Supplement


  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : Miscellaneous articles
Articles by and about Dan H. Laurence

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : A Portrait of the Author as a Bibliography [proof sheets]
Proof sheets ("Master Set 1st Pass"), with handwritten corrections; inscribed to Bernard F. Burgunder, 30 August 1983

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : Shaw, Books, and Libraries
"An Offprint from The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America"; inscribed to Bernard Burgunder

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : "What's Your Opinion, Mr. Shaw?"
Article on Shaw's answers to questionnaires; on pp. 52-59 of The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin

  42  
Lawrence, Gertrude : Clippings
Included are: "Writing about a star," Londoner,n.d.; "Gertrude Lawrence, NY service to-day" n.d.; "Miss Gertrude Lawrence," [obituary], n.d.; "Miss Gertrude Lawrence," [obituary] The Times,September 8, 1952; "Revisiting Siam," New York Times,1952; "The King and Constance Carpenter," Evening Standard,October 4, 1952; "Understudy succeeds," October 9, 1952; Constance Carpenter understudied Miss Lawrence, and took over after her death

  42  
Lincoln, Abraham, president U.S. : "From Lincoln's Speech at Gettysburg"
A selection transcribed into the New Alphabet of George Bernard Shaw

  42  
Little, James Stanley : Manuscript Signed: The Shelley Memorial at Shelley's Birthplace: a statement and an appeal
Date of signature by Little; Shaw's presentation copy; reprinted from the West Sussex Gazette June 15, 1922; with a note by Bernard Burgunder

  42  
The Little Theatre : Announcement of reopening
Eight-page brochure stapled in printed wrapper and illustrated with photographs

  42  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Bernard Shaw Through the CameraReviews, Criticism
Review by Sydney Carter in Books of the Month,July 1948

  42  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : "Mr. Bernard Shaw Regrets"
Article on the printed forms Shaw developed for answering some of his correspondence; stampted at the top: "FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Permission is granted to daily and weekly newspapers to reprint up to 200 words of this article with full..."

  42  
Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : "G.B.S. and the Colon"
In John O'London's Weekly

  42  
London C.H.A. Rambling Club. Fred Tallant Memorial Lecture : "Bernard Shaw Laughing Philosopher"
Printed text of address given by Eric J. Batson, November 13, 1951; in May 1952 issue of The Rambler

  42  
London Dialectical Society : Printed notice of their meetings
London

  42  
The London Shakespeare League : Shakespeare on the Modern Stage [announcement]
Printed announcement for a public discussion featuring several speakers including G.B. Shaw; at the top in Shaw's hand is written '1905 (The Irving Incident)'; with photocopy of 25 October 1905 Timesarticle reporting Shaw's remarks, including his comment on the 'Irving incident'

  42  
Low, David: Caricature of George Bernard Shaw
[n.p.] A print, signed by Shaw.

  42  
Lowe, Alfred : Caricature of Shaw, signed "Gal"
Possibly excerpted from his Six Cartoons by Alfred Lowe;introduction by Liam O'Flaherty (London, Foyle 1930); for purposes of identification, a page from a dealer's catalog is included with description of another Shaw caricature by Lowe

  42  
Lynd, Sylvia : Mr. Shaw's Guide
In The Bookman;review, printed on pp. 147-148, of Shaw's The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism

 
Series IX. Statuettes [series]:
  43  
 
Series X. Miscellaneous Printed Material by others [series]:
  44  
MacCarthy, Sir Desmond : "George Bernard Shaw"
In The Sunday Times

  44  
MacCarthy, Sir Desmond : Pygmalion
In The New Statesman;review, printed on p. 52, of the first production of Pygmalion

  44  
MacMahon, M. K. C. : Henry Sweet's System of Shorthand
"Offprint from / Asher & Henderson, editors / Towards a History of Phonetics / Edinburgh University Press, 1981"

  44  
McNally, William J. : "Critic Gave Shaw Edge on Shakespeare"
In Minneapolis Morning Tribune

  44  
McNulty, Edward : Typed Manuscript: George Bernard Shaw as a Boy
Article published in The Candid Friend,July 6, 1901; with marginal comments by Shaw; explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence is added on separate leaf; See: D.H.L's letter to J. Tyler, 1 March 1980

  44  
Madame Tussaud : Madame Tussaud's Souvenir
Illustrated 41-page booklet on the wax museum; a portrait of G.B. Shaw appears on p. 15; a leaflet with text in French is loosely inserted

  44  
Maeztu, Ramiro de : The Confusions of Mr. Bernard Shaw
In The New Age;article printed on pp. 152-154; on pp. 159-160 of the same issue is printed under the heading Tales of Today a feature titled "VII. - The Shaw - Wells Ministry" by C.E. Bechhofer

  44  
Maeztu, Ramiro de : Mr. Shaw and the German Republic
Article printed on pp. 294-297

  44  
Malvern Festival : Aug. 7 - Sept. 2, 1939 [programs]
Included on the program is George Bernard Shaw's In Good King Charles's Golden Days;and 2 1929 programs, 1 1949 program, and 6 Malvern Festival books (1931, 1934-1938)

  44  
Malvern Festival : 23 May - 12 June 1977 [program]
Includes articles about George Bernard Shaw and Edward Elgar; Shaw's Man and Supermanis on the program

  44  
Malvern Festival : 22 May - 11 June 1978
Includes articles concerning George Bernard Shaw and Edward Elgar; Shaw's Pygmalionand Saint Joanare on the program

  44  
Malvern Festival : 21 May - 10 June 1979
Includes articles concerning George Bernard Shaw and Sir Edward Elgar; Shaw's Misallianceis one of the plays on the program

  44  
Malvern Festival Club : Advertisement
Found in a Buoyant Billionsprogram

  44  
Malvern Urban District Council : Press Luncheon [program]
"on the occasion of the Malvern Festival of Plays by Bernard Shaw"

  44  
Marriott, R. B. : "Young Writers: by Shaw"
In John O'London's Weekly;interview with George Bernard Shaw

  44  
Masumoto, Masahido : Bernard Shaw in Japan: A Short List of Japanese translations and productions, 1910-1989


  44  
Matlaw, Myron : The Black Girl Collection
Pamphlet of 6 leaves, illustrated, prepared to accompany an exhibit at the Paul Klapper Library, Queens College of the City University of New York; received with the Black Girl Collection acquired by Cornell in October 1984

  44  
Maude, Arnold : Early Summer Schools
In Fabian News;article on the Fabian Summer Schools, printed on p. 6; with this is filed the Dec. 1958 issue of the Fabian News,which prints on p. 6 Maude's article "Shaw at Summer Schools"

  44  
Mehus, Donald V. : A Musical Critic
In Opera News;article printed on pp. 14-19 on G. B. Shaw's music criticism, with extensive quotations from Shaw

  44  
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre : Brochures
Celebrates a Shaw Festival every year

  44  
Mr. Shaw has the last word
[London; From the Daily Telegraph, March 1, 1949. About Shaw's epitaph.

  44  
Murray, Gilbert : Letter to The Times
In The Times;titled: Mr. Bernard Shaw's Letter; Murray's letter is dated Oct. 23

  44  
Murry, John Middleton : "Mr. Shaw as Critic"
Examination of Shaw's literary criticism

  44  
Mycroft, Walter : Shaw -- and the Devil to Pay
In Films and Filming;article printed on pp. 14-15, 30-31, with 9 photographs, about the filming of Shaw's plays; Mycroft was an associate of Gabriel Pascal

  44  
The New Age Press, Limited : Prospectus
London; Shaw was one of two men who put up £500 for Alfred Richard Orage to take over the Press; See: Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters, ed. by Dan Laurence. Max Reinhardt, London, 1972. Vol. II, p. 809; See also: Correspondence between Orage and Clarence H. Norman

  44  
New Edinburgh Review : Special Shaw Numbers
Numbers 28 and 29, titled respectively "The Celebrated Buffoon - 1" and "2 - The Spring Heel'd Marcher"; both numbers consist entirely of articles on Shaw

  44  
The New York University Libraries. The Fales Collection : Program for the opening of new quarters to house the Fales Collection
New York; In the program is a photostat print of an Autograph Note Signed by Shaw

  44  
O'Casey, Sean : G. B. S. Speaks Out of the Whirlwind
In The Listener;a review of Too True to be Good,A Village Wooing,and On the Rocks

  44  
O'Casey, Sean : With Love and Kisses from Mr. Shaw
In New York Times Book Review;review of Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell: Their Correspondence;gift of Frances Tompkins, received Aug. 1984 with letters of Mrs. Campbell to Jennette Cutler Curtis

  44  
Parakilas, James P. : Music for the People: George Bernard Shaw's musical socialism
In Musical Newsletter;photocopied from pp. 21-28, and inscribed by the author; this article was first presented as a lecture at Cornell University on October 16, 1975

  44  
Parker, Percy L. : What is it to be a Fabian? An Interview with Mr. George Bernard Shaw
In The Young Man;article, with photographs, printed on pp. 113-117; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  44  
Partridge, Bernard : Portrait of G. B. Shaw


  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : Advice for a Lady in Love
In The Sunday Times;review of Shaw's book To a Young Actress

  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : "Bernard Shaw as Producer"
In The Listener

  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : "The Bernard Shaw Legends"
In John O'London's Weekly

  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : "The Doctor's Dilemma"
In John O'London's Weekly;a review of Shaw's play

  45  
Pease, Edward Reynolds : G. B. S. 1856-1950. Early Days
In Fabian Journal;article printed on pp. 9-11; on pp. 11-14 is printed an article "G.B.S. and Fabian Socialism" by Margaret Cole

  45  
Pearson's Magazine:Vols. 38-41
Included are: Vol. 38 No.4 (Oct. 1917); Vol. 38 No.10 (April 1918); Vol. 39 No.1 (May 1918); Vol. 39 No.5 (Sept. 1918); and Vol. 41 No.9 (July 1919); these issues, edited by Frank Harris, contain contributions by and about George Bernard Shaw; because of the extremely fragile condition of these issues, they are not to be used without special permission of the Librarian; the articles by and about Shaw, as well as a few other items, have therefore been photocopied on acid-free paper and separately cataloged; they are: (1) Harris, Frank, 1855-1931. The Handwriting of Great Writers; (2) Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Bernard Shaw on the Golden West; (3) Shaw. Bernard Shaw on the War; (4) Shaw. Shaw's Latest; (5) Harris. Oscar Wilde in Prison - Chapter XVII; (6) Colum, Padraic, 1881-. James Joyce; (7) Shaw. American Patriots and Persecutions: A Letter by G. Bernard Shaw; (8) Shaw. Extracts From a Letter of Bernard Shaw Just Received; (9) Dostoevskii, Fedor Mikhailovich, 1821-1881. The Peasant Marey; (10) Shaw. The War Indemnities!; (11) Shaw. How Shaw and Russell Met; (12) Harris. Bernard Shaw's Latest Masterpiece; (13) Shaw. Bernard Shaw on Religion: An Interview; note: much of the material by Shaw seems to have been extracted from letters by Shaw to Harris; (14) Shaw. Who Is Frank Harris?; (15) Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. True Art Speaks Plainly.

  45  
Pearson's Magazine:Vols. 46-48
Included are: Vol. 46 No.5 (Nov. 1920); Vol. 46 No.12 (June 1921); Vol. 47 No.1 (July 1921); Vol. 28 No.7 (July 1922); These issues, edited by Frank Harris, contain contributions by and about George Bernard Shaw; because of the extremely fragile condition of these issues, they are not to be used without special permission of the Librarian; the articles by and about Shaw, as well as a few other items, have therefore been photocopied on acid-free paper and separately cataloged

  45  
Penguin Books, Ltd. : Penguin's Progress
On pp. 11-24 is printed an article titled "George Bernard Shaw" announcing publication of The Shaw Million, the 10-volume set of books by Shaw

  45  
Peters, Margot : "Bernard F. Burgunder: Collector of Genius"
In Shaw 15;pp. 169-184; gift of Margot Peters, August 1995

  45  
Peters, Margot : Deciphering Mrs. Pat
In Wisconsin Academy Review;article about the letters of Mrs. Patrick Campbell

  45  
Peters, Margot : Shaw vs. Stella: The battle of "The Apple Cart"
In Discovery;illustrated; Discoveryis a supplement to the Harvard Magazine;gift of Margot Peters

  45  
Philomel [pseudonym] : Amenities of Musical Criticism
In The Musical Times;letter to the Editor, objecting to G.B. Shaw's music criticism in The Worldand quoting from two of his articles, the first of which is reprinted (Sims Reeves, Gent., The World,May 20, 1891) Vol. II pp. 345-352 of Shaw's Musiced. Dan H. Laurence (Bodley Head 1981); deacidified Aug. 1984

  45  
Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing : Obituary notice
In Evening Standard;from Shaw's clipping service?

  45  
Pollak, June Salz : Shaw: Man of Many Interests
Address marking the gift by Mrs. Dwight B. Strong of a collection of 750 Shaw items to California State University, Fullerton

  45  
Protest [against the "Blood Accusation" brought against the Jews in Russia]


  45  
Redmond, James : "A misattributed speech in Man and Superman"
In Times Literary Supplement

  45  
Reed, Edward Tennyson : "If We Were Germans"
In The Graphic;caricatures of 4 public figures, "Germanizing" them [Shaw included]; holograph note by Shaw on sheet

  45  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig (Thomas) Mackworth, viscountess : Shaw's Women
In Time and Tide;article printed on pp. 468-70

  45  
Roberts, Richard Ellis : The Inhibitions of Bernard Shaw
In The Bookman;article printed on pp. 4-7 (illustrated) occasioned by Constable's publication of Shaw's Works;on pp. 7-10 of the same issue is printed the article "With Bernard Shaw at Malvern" by Horace Shipp

  45  
Royal Automobile Club : Document: Membership card of George Bernard Shaw
London

  45  
Royal Court Theatre: Autumn Arrangements
London; Listing of Vedrenne-Barker performances at the Royal Court Theatre in autumn (Sept.-Dec.) of 1905.

  45  
Russell, Bertrand : George Bernard Shaw
In The Virginia Quarterly Review, v.27, no.1, Winter 1951, pp. 1-7

  45  
Rutherston, Albert Daniel : Introduction
In Sixteen designs for the theatre. London, Humphrey Milford, 1928. Limited to 475 copies

  45  
Rutherston, Albert Daniel : Painting: a discussion between the editor [Stanley Casson] and Albert Rutherston
In Artists at work. 1933. p. 81-108

  45  
Rutherston, Albert Daniel : Decoration in the theatre
In The monthly chapbook. London, August, 1919. 23.5 cm. Vol. I, no.2; "A lecture by Albert Rutherston, delivered at Leeds University, February, 1915"

  46  
S - Shaw Festival 1981
  46  
The Saturday Review of Literature "To G. B. S. on His Eighty-Eighth Birthday"
London; Two copies of Shaw's birthday issue containing 8articles about Shaw and his works, a message from Shaw and a bibliography.

  47  
J. B. Priestley : Shaw as social critic
In The Saturday Review of Literature, London, pp.5-7. Also "En route to "Maturity" by Hayden Church as well as a review of "G. B. S. 90" reviewed by Harrison Smith.

  46  
Britain To-Day : Bernard Shaw Number
London; Special issue of Britain To-Day, January, 1951, no. 177. Features articles by R. A. Scott-James and T. C. Worsley about Shaw and his works and an editorial about Shaw.

  46  
Report of the Shakespeare Association for the presentation to the Annual General Meeting
Report given at King's College, Strand at 5:30 p.m.

  46  
Shakespeare Memorial Committee : Shakespeare Memorial
Listing of activities and projected meetings regarding the Committee and the Shakespeare Memorial.

  46  
Shakespeare Memorial Committee : Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre 1616-1916
London; Publicity flyer to solicit funds for the theatre.

  46  
Shakespeare Memorial Committee : Proposed Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre illustrated handbook.
London; Pamphlet for promotional purposes for the Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre.

  46  
Shanks, Edward : John Bull's Other Dramatist"
London; In The Sunday Times, November 5, 1950; newspaper clipping.

  46  
Shaw, Charles MacMahon : Shaws at Home and Abroad
In The Sunday Times Literary Supplement, June 10, 1939, p. 335, review of "Bernard's Brethren" by Charles MacMahon Shaw.

  46  
Shaw Festival Announcements
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 Shaw Festival; 1965 and 1966 gives full season information.

  46  
Shaw Festival Programs 1967-1970
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 Shaw Festival; full season information.

  46  
Shaw Festival Programs 1971-1974
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Shaw Festival; full season information.

  46  
Shaw Festival Programs 1975-1978
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Shaw Festival; full season information

  46  
Shaw Festival Program 1979
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1979, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays.

  46  
Shaw Festival Program 1980
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1980, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 2 plays.

  46  
Shaw Festival Program 1981
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1981, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 1 play and 2 advertising items for plays with envelopes.

  47  
Shaw Festival 1982 - 1991
  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1982
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1982, giant size, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 3 plays, plus 11 newspaper articles on reviews of the plays (inside the large program).

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1983
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1983, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, plus 1 newspaper articles on a review of the plays (inside the large program). Also 2 copies of 2 issues to "Pshaw" newsletter, 1 advertisement, plus a York University seminar flyer, and "Shawction" brochure.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1984
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1984, large size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 4 plays, plus 1 issue of "Pshaw".

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1985
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1985, large sizeand small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 4 plays.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1986
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1986, large sizeand small size and flyer of summer season as well as 1 issue of "Pshaw" newsletter.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1987
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1987, 3 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 1 play, plus 3 issues of "Pshaw"; and flyers for York University Seminar, Shaw Winter Season, and the Shaw Shop.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1988
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1988, 3 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, plus a Visitors' Guide.

  48  
Shaw Festival Program 1989
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1989, 2 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, plus 1 issues of "Pshaw"; and 3 items on Eduard Kochergin "A Poet of the Stage", and the Festival Magazine with 1 news clipping.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1990
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1990, 5 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, with 2 study guides of individual plays, plus a Visitor's Guide, brochure for Shaw Seminars, and 3 flyers for donations, order form for the Shaw Festival Production Record, and a bookmark.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1991
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1991, 1 size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, with 2 study guides of individual plays, plus an issue of "Pshaw!" and, letter with flyers asking for donations.

  47A  
Shaw Festival 1992 - 2003
  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1992
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1992, 1 size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 6 plays, with 1 advertising postcard.

  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1993
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1993, 1 size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 7 plays, as well as 2 Study Guides, with 3 pieces of advertising materials.

  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1994
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1994, 2 size of summer season as well as 1 Lunchtime Theatre program and 1 play program.

  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1995
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1995 + 2 sizes of programs + 1 publicity postcard; as well as individual programs for each of 7 plays, as well as 2 Study Guides.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1996
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; 2 play programs for 19.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1997
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1997, 2 sizes and Souvenir Magazine of same. 4 play programs + 3 publicity flyers.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1998
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1998; 2 sizes; 2 play progams + 1 Lunchtime Theatre program.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1999
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; 2 play programs + 1 Lunchtime Theatre program.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 2000
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 2000, 2 sizes + 3 play programs + 1 publicity flyer.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 2001
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; 1 play program + 1 publicity flyer.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 2003
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 2003; 1 size.

  48  
Shaw Society - Z
  48  
The Shaw Society : Ayot Saint Lawrence (Hertfordshire, England) and Shaw's Corner
London; 4 page flyer guiding visitors to Ayot Saint Lawrence and Shaw's Corner.

  48  
The Shaw Society Constitution
London; 2 different formats (1 with 2 copies) of the Shaw Society's constitution.

  48  
The Shaw Society Agendas and Events
London; Printed agendas giving dates and events of future meetings.

  48  
The Shaw Society of Chicago Readings 1958
Chicago; Pamphlet of 1958 reading series with 2 programs from plays produced.

  48  
The Shaw Society of Chicgo : Printed publications
Chicago; Photocopies of The Shaw Society of Chicago Newsletter.

  48  
The Shaw Society of Chicago : Readings 1960-61
Chicago; Flyer of 1960-61 reading series.

  48  
Sherard, Robert Harborough : "Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris and Oscar Wilde"
Ealing; Post card advertising Sherard's book.

  48  
Sherard, Robert Harborough : GBS: His real opion on Frank Harris as a faithful chronicler
[n.p.] One leaf of letters to and from Sherard discussing how Shaw felt about Harris.

  48  
Shimamura, Totaro : Fact and Fiction in "Saint Joan"
Ytsybinuta University; In Gaidoku-bungaku [Foreign Literature] Reprint of Shimamura's article in Japanese.

  48  
Shorey, Paul : Henry Arthur Jones
New York; In The Trend, May 25, 1925, reprint of 4 page article.

  48  
Simpson, Joseph : T.P.'s Portrait Gallery
[Canada] In T. P.'s Weekly, article and caricature of G.B. Shaw.

  48  
Slosson, Edwin B. : The new Shaw, Recent phases in the Development of G.B.S.
New York; In The Independent, April 24, 1916, pp.135-138. Cover photo of Shaw.

  48  
Smith, Stevie : Shaw and Yeats
London; In John O'London's Weekly, June 28, 1946, page 137.

  48  
The Socilogical Society
London; The Socilogical Society explains itself and it members in 38 pages.

  48  
Spicer-Simson, Theodore : "Peace Medal"
Coral Gables, Fla.; 3 issues of The Carrell; Journal of the Friends of the University of Miami Library (June, 1971, Dec., 1971, Dec.1972) The Dec. 1972 issue has the medal on the cover which contains a side view of Shaw; page 26 has a note explaining this.

  48  
The Stage Society: The Seventh Meeting, at The Strand Theatre
London; Flyer with program for "Candida" as part of the program. Note from BF Burgunder saying this is the first London perfomance.

  48  
Standring, George: Fables for Fablians
London; Flyer with explanation of the flyer (probably by Dan Laurence)

  48  
Stephens, James: An Apology to Mr. Shaw
London; In The New Age, May 18, 1916, v.XIX, no.3, p. 68-69 in Letters to the Editor. See folder 18

  48  
Stephens, James: To Mr. Shaw
London; In The New Age, May 4, 1916, v.XIX, no.1, p. 21-22 in Letters to the Editor. See folder 17.

  48  
Stokes, Sevell: Shaw, Frank Harris and St. Joan
London; In John O'London's Weekly, May 28, 1954, p. 534,

  48  
Stout, Wesley: Ellen Terry Marched Him Out
[n.p.] Clipping about Ellen Terry and Bernard Shaw.

  48  
Straus, Oscar : The Chocolate Soldier
[New York] Advertisement for The Chocolate Soldier starring Oscar Straus with reviews on verso.

  48  
Swaffer, Hannen: George Barnard Shaw's Final Words on Survival
London; In Psychic News, Nov. 27, 1943, p. 1-2, interview by Swaffer.

  48  
Swaffer, Hannen: Obit - Shaw
[London] Galley proof of Swaffer's article of Shaw's obituary.

  48  
Theatre de Lys : Matinee Theatre Series1956-1974
[n.p.] Theatre series listings of matinee movies playing at the Theatre de Lys.

  48  
Theatre Guild : Plays produced
New York; Titles of plays produced on recto; member subscripton form for the Theatre Guild on verso.

  48  
Thornton, A. G. : B.B.S. to Stella Review
London; In John O'London's Weekly, Nov. 14, 1952, p. 1032.

  48  
Tippett, Michael : An Irish Basset-Horn
London; In The Listener, July 26, 1956, p.119-120; on Bernard Shaw as a music critic.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : Begegnung mit Bernard Shaw zum 90
[Berlin?] Chapter I-II of article, in German.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : Curious "Tribute" to G.B.S.
[n.p.] Article from Zurich on Shaw at 60. Note in Charlotte Shaw's hand attributed by Dan Laurence.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : How I Discovered Bernard Shaw
London; In The Bookman, v.LXXX, April, 1931, no. 475, pp.1-3.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried
Berlin; 2 clippings on Shaw's works in German; 3 flyer advertisements from S. Fischer Verlag; 1 Artemis Verlag (Zurich) flyer advertisement regarding Shaw's works.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : News clippings about Trebitsch
[n.p.] News clippings about Trebitsch and his work with Shaw.

  48  
Trewin, John Courtenay: Shaw
London; In John O'London's Weekly, Nov. 10, 1950, pp.585-586, 2 copies.

  48  
Trewin, John Courtenay: Theatre and Life
[London] In The Observer, July 7, 1946, about Shaw.

  48  
Tunney, Gene : G. B. Shaw's