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Series V. Manuscripts and Correspondence to and by others [series]:
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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"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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Aldrich, Richard Stoddard : Christmas Card to Blanche Patch


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Arnaud, Yvonne : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Begins "To my dear Miss Patch"

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Arnaud, Yvonne : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Surrey?; Christmas postcard; begins "A very Happy Xmas, and a very"

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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."

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Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Autograph Note Signed: to Blanche Patch
Cliveden; begins "Dear Miss Patch / What a performance!"

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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"

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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"

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Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Plymouth; begins "Dear Miss Patch / I was so glad to get your letter"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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B, J W : Autograph Letter Signed: to Lucy Carr Shaw [initialed]
Wimborne; begins "Very many thanks for books."

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Barker, Herbert : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "Dear Bernard Shaw / I cannot tell you"

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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"

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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"

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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

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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."

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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]

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Beresford[?], J.D. : Autograph Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "Dear Mr. Shaw, I wonder if you could spare"

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Besant, Annie (Wood) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Mr. Thies
London; begins "Dear Mr. Thies, I will keep the"

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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

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Bishop, George Walter : Typed Manuscript: "Mr. Shaw and Frank Harris; A Reply to the Critics."
Concerns the biography of Shaw by Frank Harris

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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"

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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"

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British Broadcasting Corporation : Typed Manuscript: B.B.C. Broadcast English
London; begins "Over the period of its existence"

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Brome, Vincent : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Forgive this scrap of paper"

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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

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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

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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

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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"

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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"

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Byers, J.S.R. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Newcastle, N. Ireland; begins "Dear Madam / Recently you gave"

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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

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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

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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

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed and Typed Letter Signed: to Arthur Bertram
Mostly undated, handwritten letters, to her business manager

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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."

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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!"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
London; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Thanks so very"

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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.

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
begins "Dear Egypt. Dont [sic] let your Italian friend feel uncomfortable"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
begins "Dear Egypt. Joan write[sic] this address"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione?; begins "My dear. It seems to me that perhaps"

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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"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius [initialed]
Sirmione; begins "My dear. If you can do buy"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione; begins "My dear / What a beautiful"

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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-"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Note Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Begins "Could I see"

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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"

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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."

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
New York; begins "My dear. That was no more a lesson than my hat!"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Sirmione; begins "My dear, I thank you for your letter"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Dear kind Jane. It is not for me to"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Boulogne-sur-Mer; begins "Dearest Jane, I wish you were some- / where near"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Jane that is a wonderful photograph"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "Thank you dearest, / We are in lovely"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Sirmione, Lago di Garda; begins "My dear dear Jane, / I had the papers safely"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Beloved Jane / I did write and give you this address"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Darling Jane. I am sure now that I have received the"

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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"

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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'."

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane. To-day my fool Bank - 'The Westminster Foreign Bank'."

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest most dear Jane. What will you think when you get / my cable"

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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."

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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-"

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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."

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Oh my dear dear Jane - I have meant so often to write"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "I wonder how you are my dear Egypt - write"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Darling Jane, I hope you are not ill - I wrote you a long"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane. It is so so long since I have heard from you"

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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"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane / what a nice story about my drawers in your"

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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'."

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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-"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Thank you dearest for the cuttings - I suppose in Canada"

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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."

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Brighton, Paris; begins "My dear - here comes your kind letter and medicines - Was there"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "My dear dearest Jane / What a wonderful / time you are having"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Paris; begins "Dearest Jane - I found a page of my last letter to you"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Antibes; with two picture postcards; begins "My dear dear Jane. I am in this beautiful place"

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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"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; begins "Darling Jane. Your letter dated Sept. 12th has just"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; begins "Dearest Jane. How dare you apologise! Dont I know well"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed; to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "Our letters crossed dear dear Egypt. I was impatient - now there"

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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"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Jennette Curtis
Pau; begins "You are an angel to have / sent me $50 & I was / very"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pavillon Madrid, Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. It is so long since I heard"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. Bless you and your gifts and your boundless"

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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]"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Typed Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. Your letter comes today flooding my heart"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. I am waiting to hear from you"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Autograph Letter Signed: to Agnes Claudius
Hotel Pavillon de Navarre, Pau; begins "Dearest Egypt. Its[sic] wonderful to get your telegram:-"

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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"

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Bookplate marked "Beatrice Stella Campbell, her book."


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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

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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"

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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"

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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"

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Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, I fear that I have been very discourteous and remiss"

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Carroll, Syney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw


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Carroll, Sydney Wentworth : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Concerns the Open Air Theatre; begins "Dear Mr. Bernard Shaw, Your most entertaining letter on"

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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"

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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

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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"

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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?

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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."

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Unknown : Typed Note: Unidentified note on Democracy; Marshal Petain is mentioned


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Viard-Louis, M. : Printed Card of invitation addressed to George Bernard Shaw for a musical "At Home"
London

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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

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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

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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"

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Walker, Sir Emery : Printed postcard addressed to him.
London; Verso contained advertisement for "Fanny's First Play".

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Wall, Rex M. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Winchelsea, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Your letter, dated 23rd / arrived"

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Walters, Gordon Reynolds : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Uxbridge, England; begins "Dear GBS, After grave anxiety - better news"

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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)

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Wardrop, John : Typed Letter: to George Bernard Shaw
Typed transcript by Blanche Patch; begins "On the 17th of December, 1939"

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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"

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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."

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Wardrop, John : Typed Letter Signed: to George Bernard Shaw
London; begins "All right, all right, all right, all right, ALL RIGHT!"

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Webb, Beatrice (Potter) : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liphook, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I do hope the"

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Webb, Beatrice (Potter) : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liphook, England; begins "My dear Miss Patch, So many thanks for your letter of / the"

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Webb, Beatrice (Potter) : Typed Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Liphook, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, Very many thanks for your letter"

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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"

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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"

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Wilde, M. : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch [fragment]
Begins "...It would be lovely to"

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Wilshaw, Harold : Autograph Letter Signed: to Blanche Patch
Bristol, England; begins "Dear Miss Patch, I'm very sorry / not to have written"

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Wilson, Colin : Typed Manuscript: Shaw's Existentialism
Unpublished B.B.C. talk?

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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"

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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"

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Winsten, Theodora : Sketch for preliminary jacket design and final printed version for George Bernard Shaw's book, Everybody's Political What's What


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W.B. Woolley & Co., Ltd. : Typed Letter Signed: to John Farleigh
London; begins "Dear Sir, We have pleasure in attaching hereto"

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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

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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"

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Miscellaneous Unidentified Material


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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.

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Summaries of Royalties / Stock
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1950
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1951-1
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1951-2
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1951-3
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1951-4
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1951-5
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1952-53
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1954-55