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Series VIII. Miscellaneous Printed Material by others [series]:
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Adcock, Arthur St. John : Bernard Shaw's New Plays
Article, printed on pp. 94-95 of The Bookmanon The Doctor's Dilemma, Getting Married, and The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet; on pp. 95-96 os the same issue is printed "A Long Way with Bernard Shaw" by Holbrook Jackson, a review of George Bernard Shaw: A Critical Biographyby Archibald Henderson

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Abby Theatre Dramatic Festival of Plays and Lectures: Brochure
Dublin; Official Souvenir of the third (enlarged) edition of the brochure giving the program for the Dramatic Festival in August, 1938.

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Abby Theatre Fund: Flyer
Announcement of the Abbey Theatre's fund-raising lectures in London, 1921. With not by Dan H. Laurence. Mrs. Warren's Profession

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American Shaw Festival : Brochure
Announcement of the Inaugural Season; plays by Shaw included are Candidaand Mrs. Warren's Profession

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American Shaw Festival : Brochure
Plays by Shaw included are Misallianceand How He Lied To Her Husband

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American Shaw Festival : Brochure
The play by Shaw included is Major Barbara

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The Anglo-Swedish Literary Foundation : First Annual Report
Gift of Dan H. Laurence; with the Second Annual Report (ca. April 1, 1929) and a mimeographed summary, dated June 1960, of the Foundation's activities

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Anonymous : Mr. George Bernard Shaw [biographical notice accompanying Shaw's portrait]
In English portraits: a series of...; London, Grant Richards

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Archer, William : About the Theatre. "The Doctor's Dilemma."
Excerpted from The Tribune; deacidified on August 1984

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Archer, William : The Future of the Drama
Excerpted from Yomiuri Shimbun; report in Japanese of lecture by Archer; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

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Archer, William : Letter: to the Editor, the Pall Mall Gazette
Concerns Archer's "dramatic works." Archer was a close friend of Shaw

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The Arts Theatre Club : Letter to Members
Includes an announcement that G.B. Shaw's Back to Methuselahwill be presented in its entirety

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Astor, Nancy Witcher, Viscountess : "Shaw's Hidden Qualities."
Excerpted from The Observer; 2 copies of article

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The Authors' Producing Society : Circular concerning Damaged Goods[proof]
Announces transfer of production of the play Damaged Goods,by Eugene Brieux, to the Court Theatre; Shaw's Preface to Three Plays by Brieuxis quoted on galley 3; with explanatory note added by Dan H. Laurence on separate leaf

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Beerbohm, Max : Caricature of Shaw, reproduced from Beerbohm's copy of Shaw's The Doctor's Dilemma
In Columbia library columns. New York. February 1974. Vol. XXIII, No. 2, p. 2; included is an article on the Jack Harris Samuels Library, which contains Shaw material; 2 copies includes reprint

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Bell, Robert Anning : Bookplates of Jane Patterson
Two bookplates designed by Bell for Jane Patterson

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Bering-Jensen, Helle : "The Fashioning of charlatan Shaw"


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Bermann, Richard A. : Der Ire Bernard Shaw
In Der Zeitgeist, Beiblatt zum "Berliner Tageblatt" April 6, 1914

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Bindon, Graham : The Builder of Idols; part 1 of George Bernard Shaw: Two Views
In the Clare Market Review (London). 21cm. Vol. XLVI, No. 2, p. 30-32

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Bishop, George Walter : Portrait of Shaw as a Villager
Excerpted from Daily Telegraph; review of Allan Chappelow's book Shaw the Villager and Human Being

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Blatchford, Robert : The New Enemy in Our Midst
Full-page article printed in The Weekly Dispatchon p. 3, largely an attack on G. Bernard Shaw's pamphlet Common Sense about the War; the original is FRAGILE: with it are filed two complete photocopies, on eon acid-free paper

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Borough Polytechnic Institute Economic Club : Program of lectures
"A lecture by G. Bernard Shaw on "The Jevonian Theory" is scheduled for Dec. 2."

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Braddock, Joseph : "Shaw's Austrian Ambassador"
Review of Chronicle of a Life,by Siegfried Trebitsch, Shaw's German translator

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Brock, Erich : Bernard Shaw vor dem Klostergitter
Berlin?; article in two parts from unidentified periodical, reviewing the book In a Great Tradition(London 1956) concerning Laurentia McLachlan and Shaw, as translated into German under the title: Freiheit jenseits des Gitters

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Brock, H.T. : "Shaw the Youthful Pictured by Shaw"
In New York Times Magazine;article on Shaw's life and work, commemorating the publication of the Collected Works,by William H. Wise & Co.; included are prints of 5 photos of Shaw

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Brock, H.T. : "Weighed in the Ballance"
In New York Times Book Review Magazine;review on Frank Harris' unauthorized biography of Shaw

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Brome, Vincent : "Bernard Shaw versus H.G. Wells"
In Radio Times;printed with the article are portraits of the two by David Low

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Brown, Ivor John Carnegie : "The Future of G.B.S."
In The Observer

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Callen, Harold : The Bashful Genius, Theatre Program
Program and poster for a play (The Van Dam Theatre, New York) about Shaw; with note added on separate leaf from Bernard F. Burgunder; gift of Dan H. Laurence

  40  
Carter, Huntly : Price of Hero Worship
In The Daily Express;newspaper article about market value of cards and letters by Shaw, with references to letters from Shaw to Carter; deacidified August 1984

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : Drawing by Ginsbury of Mrs. Campbell as "the Matriarch" in G.B. Stern's play of the same name
In T.P.'s Weekly

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Campbell, Mrs. Patrick : "Speech Has Become Talk - and Talk Chatter"
In The Evening Standard;holograph notation at the top, "Is it very bad?" in Mrs. Campbell's hand

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Campion, Sidney Ronald : Letter to News Chronicle
In News Chronicle;titled: "G.B.S. wrote..." beside the printed letter is reproduced in facsimile Shaw's Autograph Letter Signed to Campion, October 23, 1947, concerning disposal of his ashes

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Chappelow, Allan : "Photographing the Fabians"
In John O'London's Weekly;includes photos of H.G. Wells, E.R. Pease, the Webbs, and Shaw; it was done to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Fabian Society

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Charles Hamilton Galleries, Inc. : Auction catalogs 163 & 164
Lots 101-132 in the catalog for April 19 are letters from George Bernard Shaw to Arnold Daly; the catalog for May 31 lists the prices realized at the April 19 sale

  40  
Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer : The Amazing George Bernard Shaw
In Adam International Review;Churchill's article (pp. 1-4) is followed with contributions on Shaw by Sybil Thorndyke, C.E.M. Joad, James Agate, Denis Saurat, F.E. Loewenstein; F.E.L.'s article quotes from drafts of Shaw's letters of 1879-80

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Clement, Russell : The Perfect Wagnerite
Friends of the Brigham Young Unversity Library Newsletter; article on a copy of Shaw's Perfect Wagnerite,inscribed to Dorothea Kreyer and containing 30 photographs of her and Shaw from the summer of 1898; gift of Rick Grunder

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Cockerell, Sir Sydney Carlyle : Document: Admission card to cremation of George Bernard Shaw
Card issued by The Public Trustee Office for the cremation on November 6, 1950

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Collis, John Stuart : "Bernard Shaw at Eighty"
In John O'London's Weekly

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Communique:Bernard F. Burgunder '18 Loves Bernard Shaw
Article printed on page 2 of Communiqueconcerning Bernard Burgunder and the Burgunder Shaw Collection

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Communique: Burgunder Shaw Collection Receives Valuable Addition
Article printed, with pictures, on page 11, about the Black Girl Collection

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Communique: Valuable Shaw letter added to Burgunder Collection
Article printed on page 9 of Communique,concerning Shaw's letter to Kate Perugini, June 2, 1903

  40  
Contemporary Arts Conference : Preliminary Notice
A 7-page stapled printed pamphlet including the program for the conference to be held June 7-10, 1921; with G.B. Shaw's holograph notes on back cover; identifying note in ink on front cover by Holbrook Jackson; and a note on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

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The Cornhill Magazine : Index to Volume 168. Numbers 1003-1008; Spring 1955-Summer 1956; John Murray, 50 Albermarles Street, London, W.I. 1956
Cover and the table of contents; this is the magazine which contains the letters between Shaw and Dame Laurentia MacLachlan

  41  
Dent, Alan: Wicked Wicked Letters
In Life Magazine;edited by Dent, a review of the "Shaw-Terry Letters", pp. 62-[69?] with examples of their letters and photographs of both.

  41  
Dickens, Charles : Dickens and Ellen Ternan
In The Sunday Times;articles concerned with Dicken's relationship to Ellen Ternan; obtained by Mr. Burgunder for their connection with the Shaw-Perugini correspondence

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Downer, Alan S. : Harley-Granville-Barker
In The Sewanee Review; Sewanee, Tennessee, Autumn, 1947. 22.5 cm. Vol. LV, no. 4, p. 627-645

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Dublin. National Gallery of Ireland : Postcards
Postcard reproductions of eight paintings bought with the George Bernard Shaw Fund, a part of Shaw's bequest

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Du Cann, C.G.L. : Shaw's Unpublished Diaries
In The Humanist;article printed on pp. 9-12

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Emery, Mrs. Florence (Farr) : "The Latest Ibsen Actress"
In The Pall Mall Gazette;from Miss Farr's clipping service?

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Ervine, St. John Greer : A Forgotten "Masterpiece"
In The Stage World;column headed "At the Play" concerning the anonymous play Alan's Wife(produced in 1893); includes the text (corrected in hand of Dan H. Laurence) of Letter to Floryan Sobieniowski, November 10, 1928

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Ervine, St. John Greer : "At the Play: The Alleged Septuagenarianism of Bernard Shaw"


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Ervine, St. John Greer : "At the Play. Frank Harris on Bernard Shaw"
In Observer;a review of Frank Harris' book Bernard Shaw

  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : G.B.S. in the Theatre
In The Listener

  41  
Ervine, St. John Greer : Mr. Shaw on Extermination - I
In London Observer;printed under the heading "At the Play" and being in part a review of Shaw's Village Wooing

  41  
Escott, T.H.S. : "How the 'World' Was Made"
In The Sketch;history of The Worldunder Edmund Yates, for which Shaw began to write as art critic in 1886

  41  
Everyman Theatre : Programs and notices
Five programs for plays by G.B. Shaw have been removed from this collection of Everyman Theatre papers and separately cataloged; the remainder includes some references to plays by Shaw; Cf. Mander & Mitchenson, pp. 292-3

  41  
The Fabian Society. The Executive Committee : Manuscript: The Fabian Society and the War
London; concerns the war in South Africa; Bernard Shaw and wife Charlotte were members of the Executive

  41  
Fabian of 1900 : The Unwrought Magnum Opus of Shaw
In The New Age;article printed on pp. 179-180, on Shaw's political platform, "By a Fabian of 1900"

  41  
The Fabian Society : "The coming Socialist Commonwealth of Great Britain"
London; announcement of a series of lectures; Shaw is listed as giving "A Commentary on the 'Webb Constitution,'" on December 3rd

  41  
The Fabian Society : A Debate on Socialism - Preliminary Announcement
Announcement of a debate between Bernard Shaw and Hilaire Belloc, January 28, 1913

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The Fabian Society : Minutes of the Fabian members' meeting
With an amendment by Bernard Shaw

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The Fabian Society : Redistribution of Income
Announcement of a series of six lectures to be given by George Bernard Shaw in October - December 1914

  41  
Farleigh, John : "A Wood Engraver and his Work," and sample sketches by Farleigh for Shaw's "Black Girl"
Review of Farleigh's autobiography, Graven Image;of the three sample sketches printed, two are by Farleigh and one is by Shaw

  41  
Faversham, William : Contract to produce Misallianceby George Bernard Shaw
[n.p.] Shaw's Memorandum of Agreement form, filled out in Shaw's hand for agreement with "Misalliance" and signed, witnessed by Ann Elder. Additional leaf is note [by Dan H. Laurence?] explaining details.

  41  
Feldman, Eddy S. : "G. Bernard Shaw: Furniture Man"
Reprint

  41  
Forbes-Robertson, Sir Johnston : Synopsis of Forbes-Robertson's Career
Broadside printed on one side only, listing events in his career under dates between 1874 and 1913; with a postcard photograph of Gertrude Elliott (Mrs. Johnston Forbes-Robertson)

  41  
From Start to Finish: Plays of the moment, no. XXIII - "Geneva"
In The Sketch;article printed on pp. 440-441. Photographs of scenes in the play done by Angus McBean.

  41  
Gallie, G. Fraser : Bernard Shaw: A Short Biography
8-page brochure of G. Fraser Gallie, custodian of Shaw's Corner; with explanatory note added on separate leaf

  41  
Garvin, James Louis : G.B.S. -- 1856-1926
In The Observer;a tribute to Shaw on his seventieth birthday; author identified in unknown hand

  41  
Gould, Symon : George Bernard Shaw and his latter-day vegetarian abuses [2 installments]
In American Vegetarian;Pismo Beach, Calif. Vol. X, No. 2&3. Entire isssues containing articles included.

  41  
Granville-Barker, Harley : "The Exemplary Theatre"
In The Speer;Harley Granville-Barker tells William Shakespeare how his Plays should be Produced.

  41  
Gough, Sir Hubert : Memorial of Certain British, Irish and Anglo-Irish Citizens
Signatories include G.B. Shaw, Gilbert Murray, Sean O'Casey, and many others; with related article reprinted from The Times,November 28, 1945, and explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence

  41  
Griffin, Alice : Sketches by Shaw
In Theatre Arts;article printed on pp. 70-71 about the Black Girl Collection, "recently acquired in England" by E.R. Mesnier and W.D. Zeltmann; this periodical issue was received at Cornell as part of the Black Girl Collection; with photostat inserted of sketches by Shaw from N.Y. Public Library

  41  
Great Britain. Public Trustee : Typed Manuscript: Advertisement. New Proposed British Alphabet
Invitation to submit designs for a new British Alphabet, in accordance with the terms of the will of George Bernard Shaw; Full title here: "Advertisement. re: George Bernard Shaw, deceased. New Proposed British Alphabet"

  41  
Gregory, Isabella Augusta (Persse) Lady : Advertisement describing the Coole edition of Lady Gregory's works, published by Colin Smythe, Ltd.


  41  
Greenwich Village Theatre : Repertory
Includes Shaw's Androcles and the Lion, Candida, Mrs. Warren's Profession, and The Philanderer;with a blank letter-form concerning Candida

  41  
Grendon, Felix : "Wind Time! Wolf Time!"
In The Shavianv.1, no.1; includes the printing of G.B.S.'s response to the article written on the proof

  41  
Grendon, Felix : "Wind Time! Wolf Time!" annotation by G. Bernard Shaw
The article discusses Shaw, and his holograph annotation is a response; it was published in The Shavian,v.1, no.1, Spring 1946, pp. 4-5, with the G.B.S. note included

  41  
Grierson, Francis : G. Bernard Shaw
In The New Age;article printed on pp. 248-9

  41  
Hammersmith Socialist Society : Printed announcement of scheduled meetings and addresses for Sept.-Dec. 1895
London; Speakers include Shaw, Sidney Webb, and William Morris

  41  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Cours libre (sur Bernard Shaw) - Announcement
Announcement of course dealing with Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatraand Man and Superman,to begin Feb. 15, 1911

  41  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Une nouvelle lettre du "Menage Hamon"
In Comoedia;letter to the editor, responding to criticism of the Hamons' translations of Shaw; followed by a letter from E.Y. Brunelliere on the same subject

  41  
Hamon, Augustin Frederic : Le Theatre de Bernard Shaw [announcement]
Announcement of Hamon's lectures on Shaw's plays, and of Hamon's translations of Shaw in Pieces Deplaisantes,and of Hamon's book Le Moliere du XXe siecle, Bernard Shaw

  41  
Hamon, Henriette : Peintre impitoyable de la societe: Bernard Shaw
In Les Lettres Francaises;newspaper article, identified in margin in hand of Dan H. Laurence

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Harris, Frank : Bernard Shaw.Index
New York: Simon & Schuster; eight leaves, stapled; printed after publication of the book; with this is filed the flyer beginning "Special Announcement Regarding Index" which accompanied the book; See: Laurence BB31b (p. 507)

  41  
Harris, Frank : Lectures by Frank Harris at the Bear and Fox Inn [Announcement]
Lectures to be delivered in Tannersville, N.Y.? with autograph pencil note added in his hand, and with identifying note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence; the third lecture concerns in part G.B. Shaw's The Doctor's Dilemma;on separate leaf is a printed list of books by Frank Harris

  41  
Harris, Frank : Mackenzie v. Harris and others
In Musical News;Transcript of a suit for libel (printed on pp. 126-131) brought against the Saturday Reviewand its editor Frank Harris; G.B. Shaw is mentioned on pp. 129-30 as a reliable drama critic; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Dan H. Laurence

  41  
Harrison, N.J. : List of "The New Alphabet"
Based on the 42 letter alphabet of phonetic character which Bernard Shaw provided for in his will, and which was published in a transliteration of Androcles and the Lionin 1962

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Henderson, Archibald : Archibald Henderson
In The BookmarkChapel Hill, N.C. 23 cm. No.30; article on the Shaw Collection at the University of North Carolina's library; the collection was founded by Shaw's biographer, Archibald Henderson

  41  
Henshaw, C.H. : Bernard Shaw: The Complete Puritan
In EverymanVol.2, No.29; part of the "Modern Writer Series;" with two photographs of the Warsaw production of The Apple Cart

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Herford, Oliver : Prologue...to the Players Production of She Stoops to Conquer
New York; printed on the back of program for Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer;the prologue is "as spoken by Henry E. Dixey in the character of George Bernard Shaw"

  41  
"A History and Description of the Parish of Ilsington"
25 pages

  41  
Holroyd, Michael and Susan Raven : "Bernard Shaw: Man and Superman"
In London Sunday Times Magazine

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : The Genius of Shaw
In The Observer;reviews, criticism

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : Reviews of books on Shaw
Included are reviews of: Nathaniel Harris, The Shaws(London, Dent, 1977); Alfred Turco, Shaw's Moral Vision(New York, Simon & Schuster, 1977); Norman I. MacKenzie, The Fabians (Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1976)

  41  
Holroyd, Michael : Shaw and Women [poster]
Poster announcing a lecture sponsored by The Society for the Humanities; with copy of a related letter signed by Michael Kammen

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Holroyd, Michael : Writing a Life of Shaw
In Times Literary Supplement?photocopy of newspaper article

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Holroyd, Michael : The wrongs of copyright
In Times Literary Supplement

  41  
Hopkins, R. Thurston : Bernard Shaw at 70
In New York Times Magazine;interview with G.B.S. on his birthday.

  41  
Houghton, George William : "Shaw Draws Himself"
In John O'London's Weekly;caricatures of Shaw by Houghton and by G.B.S. himself

  41  
Hoult, Norah : "Don Chesterton"
In John O'London's Weekly;review of Return to Chesterton, by Maisie Ward

  41  
Ibsen, Henrik : The Doll's HouseSketches
In Pall Mall Budget;from a production starring Janet Achurch

  41  
The Incorporated Stage Society : Program for the sixth meeting
On the back of the program are noted productions of You Never Can Telland Candidaby G.B. Shaw; featured on the program is Gerhart Hauptmann's The Coming of Peace,translated by Janet Achurch and Charles E. Wheeler

  41  
The Incorporated Stage Society : Schedule of plays for production
First on the list, and tentatively scheduled for January 14 & 15, 1917, is G.B. Shaw's Augustus Does His Bit;with identifying note by Dan H. Laurence

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The Independent Theatre Society : Announcement of subscription rates
Includes announcement of a series of plays to be published as the Independent Theatre Series, beginning with G.B. Shaw's Widowers' Houses

  41  
The Independent Theatre Society : Programme for the Third Season 1893-94
Lists plays produced in the first two seasons, including G.B. Shaw's Widowers' Houses,and suggests there will be a new play by Shaw in the third season; with this is filed the "Programme for the Proposed Fourth Season 1894-1895" promising "An Original Play" by Shaw

  41  
International Arts Guild : G.B.S. Celebration [program]
The 90th birthday celebration features four speakers and "The Musical Portrait of Bernard Shaw" by Theo Dejoncker

  41  
Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland : "The new Abbey Theatre"
Dublin, Ireland; supplement to the Irish Times,July 18, 1966, containing many articles on the old and new Abbey Theatre

  42  
Jackson, Barry Vincent : The Grand Adventure
In The Birmingham Post;illustrated article in newspaper supplement commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre; includes photos from productions of Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatraand Back to Methuselah,and a photo of Shaw photographing others at the 1929 Malvern Festival

  42  
John, Augustus : Portrait of G.B. Shaw
Color postcard reproduction of portrait at Shaw's Corner, Ayot St. Lawrence; from the Black Girl Collection

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Manuscript: Article containing a statement by Jones on his dislike of George Bernard Shaw
The dislike appears to have begun with Shaw's reaction to WWI

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Manuscript: "This Dear, Dear England"
In Daily MailOverseas

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Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter: to the Editor of the Evening Standard
Another episode in Jones's attack on Shaw, and an explanation of the non-publication of the former's "Mr. Mayor of Shakespeare's Town"

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Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor of the "Fortnightly Review"
Separate publication; with a note by Bernard Burgunder; an attack on Shaw's politics, caused by Shaw's opposition to WWI; begins "Sir, Having been much occupied through the last six weeks, I have only"

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor, Daily Express
Titled "'Henry Arthur' Dissects Bernard Shaw"

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor, "Mr. Jones and Mr. Shaw"
Concerns Mr. Jones's book Mr. Mayor of Shakespeare's Town

  42  
Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to "Mr. Mayor of Shakespeare's town"
In Stratford-on-Avon;an attack on George Bernard Shaw

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Jones, Henry Arthur : Letter to the Editor, Stratford-on-Avon Herald
Criticism of Shaw's action during WWI

  42  
Keane, Robert N. : George Bernard Shaw on Long Island
In Manuscripts;photocopy of an article printed on pp. 158-165, describing the Shaw collection in the Hofstra University Library

  42  
Kelly, Francis J. : Manuscript: "G.B.S. - Music Critic" [radio broadcast]
Date of broadcast; includes letter to Kelly from Shaw on topics related to the broadcast

  42  
Kerr, Alison : Bernard Shaw: An Exhibition
Ithaca; exhibit catalog, published by Cornell University Library; this copy contains handwritten corrections by Bernard F. Burgunder

  42  
Kerr, Walter : "A Devil's DiscipleUnencumbered by Shaw"
In New York Times;review of the Niagara-on-the-Lake revival of Shaw

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Kilty, Jerome : Dear LiarReviews, etc.
3 newspaper reviews of the March 1960 New York production, and program of the production at the Billy Rose Theatre; gift of Frances Tompkins; received from her August 1984 with letters of Mrs. Patrick Campbell to Jennette Cutler Curtis

  42  
Kingsley, Sidney : Darkness at Noon [program]
Program for a production at the Willard Straight Theatre, Cornell; with photocopy of a signed note by Kingsley to Bernard F. Burgunder, and explanatory note on separate leaf

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Kinnear, John Boyd : Manuscript: Facts about Ireland
This is the "pamphlet" mentioned in Shaw's letter to Edmund Harvey, p. 111 in Collected Letters,edited by Dan Laurence

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Krutch, Joseph Wood : Shaw for Shaw's Sake
Article concerning Shaw's The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles,printed on pp. 24, 26, 28 of a March 11, 1935 Sam S. Shubert Theatre program for Escape Me Never!reprinted from The Nation

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : The Fifth Gospel of Bernard Shaw
New Orleans; Andrew W. Mellon Lecture delivered at Tulane University and published by The Graduate School of Tulane University

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Laurence, Dan H. : G.B.S. in Love [program]
Two copies of program for performance in Center for Theatre Arts, Cornell, September 1, 1989; with announcement for this and other special events accompanying the exhibition A Celebration of Theatre, including lecture by Christopher Newton, Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival

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Laurence, Dan H. : G.B.S. in Love [theater program]
Program from The Inn Theatre, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival; "A Dramatic Narrative adapted and performed by Dan Laurence and Leta Anderson"

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Laurence, Dan H. : A Joan for ThisSeason
Stratford Festivalsouvenir publication; gift of Dan H. Laurence

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Laurence, Dan H. : Typed Letter Signed: to Times Literary Supplement


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Laurence, Dan H. : Miscellaneous articles
Articles by and about Dan H. Laurence

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Laurence, Dan H. : A Portrait of the Author as a Bibliography [proof sheets]
Proof sheets ("Master Set 1st Pass"), with handwritten corrections; inscribed to Bernard F. Burgunder, 30 August 1983

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : Shaw, Books, and Libraries
"An Offprint from The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America"; inscribed to Bernard Burgunder

  42  
Laurence, Dan H. : "What's Your Opinion, Mr. Shaw?"
Article on Shaw's answers to questionnaires; on pp. 52-59 of The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin

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Lawrence, Gertrude : Clippings
Included are: "Writing about a star," Londoner,n.d.; "Gertrude Lawrence, NY service to-day" n.d.; "Miss Gertrude Lawrence," [obituary], n.d.; "Miss Gertrude Lawrence," [obituary] The Times,September 8, 1952; "Revisiting Siam," New York Times,1952; "The King and Constance Carpenter," Evening Standard,October 4, 1952; "Understudy succeeds," October 9, 1952; Constance Carpenter understudied Miss Lawrence, and took over after her death

  42  
Lincoln, Abraham, president U.S. : "From Lincoln's Speech at Gettysburg"
A selection transcribed into the New Alphabet of George Bernard Shaw

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Little, James Stanley : Manuscript Signed: The Shelley Memorial at Shelley's Birthplace: a statement and an appeal
Date of signature by Little; Shaw's presentation copy; reprinted from the West Sussex Gazette June 15, 1922; with a note by Bernard Burgunder

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The Little Theatre : Announcement of reopening
Eight-page brochure stapled in printed wrapper and illustrated with photographs

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Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : Bernard Shaw Through the CameraReviews, Criticism
Review by Sydney Carter in Books of the Month,July 1948

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Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : "Mr. Bernard Shaw Regrets"
Article on the printed forms Shaw developed for answering some of his correspondence; stampted at the top: "FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Permission is granted to daily and weekly newspapers to reprint up to 200 words of this article with full..."

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Loewenstein, Fritz Erwin : "G.B.S. and the Colon"
In John O'London's Weekly

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London C.H.A. Rambling Club. Fred Tallant Memorial Lecture : "Bernard Shaw Laughing Philosopher"
Printed text of address given by Eric J. Batson, November 13, 1951; in May 1952 issue of The Rambler

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London Dialectical Society : Printed notice of their meetings
London

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The London Shakespeare League : Shakespeare on the Modern Stage [announcement]
Printed announcement for a public discussion featuring several speakers including G.B. Shaw; at the top in Shaw's hand is written '1905 (The Irving Incident)'; with photocopy of 25 October 1905 Timesarticle reporting Shaw's remarks, including his comment on the 'Irving incident'

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Low, David: Caricature of George Bernard Shaw
[n.p.] A print, signed by Shaw.

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Lowe, Alfred : Caricature of Shaw, signed "Gal"
Possibly excerpted from his Six Cartoons by Alfred Lowe;introduction by Liam O'Flaherty (London, Foyle 1930); for purposes of identification, a page from a dealer's catalog is included with description of another Shaw caricature by Lowe

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Lynd, Sylvia : Mr. Shaw's Guide
In The Bookman;review, printed on pp. 147-148, of Shaw's The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism