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Series X. Miscellaneous Printed Material by others [series]:
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MacCarthy, Sir Desmond : "George Bernard Shaw"
In The Sunday Times

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MacCarthy, Sir Desmond : Pygmalion
In The New Statesman;review, printed on p. 52, of the first production of Pygmalion

  44  
MacMahon, M. K. C. : Henry Sweet's System of Shorthand
"Offprint from / Asher & Henderson, editors / Towards a History of Phonetics / Edinburgh University Press, 1981"

  44  
McNally, William J. : "Critic Gave Shaw Edge on Shakespeare"
In Minneapolis Morning Tribune

  44  
McNulty, Edward : Typed Manuscript: George Bernard Shaw as a Boy
Article published in The Candid Friend,July 6, 1901; with marginal comments by Shaw; explanatory note by Dan H. Laurence is added on separate leaf; See: D.H.L's letter to J. Tyler, 1 March 1980

  44  
Madame Tussaud : Madame Tussaud's Souvenir
Illustrated 41-page booklet on the wax museum; a portrait of G.B. Shaw appears on p. 15; a leaflet with text in French is loosely inserted

  44  
Maeztu, Ramiro de : The Confusions of Mr. Bernard Shaw
In The New Age;article printed on pp. 152-154; on pp. 159-160 of the same issue is printed under the heading Tales of Today a feature titled "VII. - The Shaw - Wells Ministry" by C.E. Bechhofer

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Maeztu, Ramiro de : Mr. Shaw and the German Republic
Article printed on pp. 294-297

  44  
Malvern Festival : Aug. 7 - Sept. 2, 1939 [programs]
Included on the program is George Bernard Shaw's In Good King Charles's Golden Days;and 2 1929 programs, 1 1949 program, and 6 Malvern Festival books (1931, 1934-1938)

  44  
Malvern Festival : 23 May - 12 June 1977 [program]
Includes articles about George Bernard Shaw and Edward Elgar; Shaw's Man and Supermanis on the program

  44  
Malvern Festival : 22 May - 11 June 1978
Includes articles concerning George Bernard Shaw and Edward Elgar; Shaw's Pygmalionand Saint Joanare on the program

  44  
Malvern Festival : 21 May - 10 June 1979
Includes articles concerning George Bernard Shaw and Sir Edward Elgar; Shaw's Misallianceis one of the plays on the program

  44  
Malvern Festival Club : Advertisement
Found in a Buoyant Billionsprogram

  44  
Malvern Urban District Council : Press Luncheon [program]
"on the occasion of the Malvern Festival of Plays by Bernard Shaw"

  44  
Marriott, R. B. : "Young Writers: by Shaw"
In John O'London's Weekly;interview with George Bernard Shaw

  44  
Masumoto, Masahido : Bernard Shaw in Japan: A Short List of Japanese translations and productions, 1910-1989


  44  
Matlaw, Myron : The Black Girl Collection
Pamphlet of 6 leaves, illustrated, prepared to accompany an exhibit at the Paul Klapper Library, Queens College of the City University of New York; received with the Black Girl Collection acquired by Cornell in October 1984

  44  
Maude, Arnold : Early Summer Schools
In Fabian News;article on the Fabian Summer Schools, printed on p. 6; with this is filed the Dec. 1958 issue of the Fabian News,which prints on p. 6 Maude's article "Shaw at Summer Schools"

  44  
Mehus, Donald V. : A Musical Critic
In Opera News;article printed on pp. 14-19 on G. B. Shaw's music criticism, with extensive quotations from Shaw

  44  
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre : Brochures
Celebrates a Shaw Festival every year

  44  
Mr. Shaw has the last word
[London; From the Daily Telegraph, March 1, 1949. About Shaw's epitaph.

  44  
Murray, Gilbert : Letter to The Times
In The Times;titled: Mr. Bernard Shaw's Letter; Murray's letter is dated Oct. 23

  44  
Murry, John Middleton : "Mr. Shaw as Critic"
Examination of Shaw's literary criticism

  44  
Mycroft, Walter : Shaw -- and the Devil to Pay
In Films and Filming;article printed on pp. 14-15, 30-31, with 9 photographs, about the filming of Shaw's plays; Mycroft was an associate of Gabriel Pascal

  44  
The New Age Press, Limited : Prospectus
London; Shaw was one of two men who put up £500 for Alfred Richard Orage to take over the Press; See: Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters, ed. by Dan Laurence. Max Reinhardt, London, 1972. Vol. II, p. 809; See also: Correspondence between Orage and Clarence H. Norman

  44  
New Edinburgh Review : Special Shaw Numbers
Numbers 28 and 29, titled respectively "The Celebrated Buffoon - 1" and "2 - The Spring Heel'd Marcher"; both numbers consist entirely of articles on Shaw

  44  
The New York University Libraries. The Fales Collection : Program for the opening of new quarters to house the Fales Collection
New York; In the program is a photostat print of an Autograph Note Signed by Shaw

  44  
O'Casey, Sean : G. B. S. Speaks Out of the Whirlwind
In The Listener;a review of Too True to be Good,A Village Wooing,and On the Rocks

  44  
O'Casey, Sean : With Love and Kisses from Mr. Shaw
In New York Times Book Review;review of Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell: Their Correspondence;gift of Frances Tompkins, received Aug. 1984 with letters of Mrs. Campbell to Jennette Cutler Curtis

  44  
Parakilas, James P. : Music for the People: George Bernard Shaw's musical socialism
In Musical Newsletter;photocopied from pp. 21-28, and inscribed by the author; this article was first presented as a lecture at Cornell University on October 16, 1975

  44  
Parker, Percy L. : What is it to be a Fabian? An Interview with Mr. George Bernard Shaw
In The Young Man;article, with photographs, printed on pp. 113-117; with explanatory note added on separate leaf by Bernard F. Burgunder

  44  
Partridge, Bernard : Portrait of G. B. Shaw


  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : Advice for a Lady in Love
In The Sunday Times;review of Shaw's book To a Young Actress

  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : "Bernard Shaw as Producer"
In The Listener

  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : "The Bernard Shaw Legends"
In John O'London's Weekly

  45  
Pearson, Hesketh : "The Doctor's Dilemma"
In John O'London's Weekly;a review of Shaw's play

  45  
Pease, Edward Reynolds : G. B. S. 1856-1950. Early Days
In Fabian Journal;article printed on pp. 9-11; on pp. 11-14 is printed an article "G.B.S. and Fabian Socialism" by Margaret Cole

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Pearson's Magazine:Vols. 38-41
Included are: Vol. 38 No.4 (Oct. 1917); Vol. 38 No.10 (April 1918); Vol. 39 No.1 (May 1918); Vol. 39 No.5 (Sept. 1918); and Vol. 41 No.9 (July 1919); these issues, edited by Frank Harris, contain contributions by and about George Bernard Shaw; because of the extremely fragile condition of these issues, they are not to be used without special permission of the Librarian; the articles by and about Shaw, as well as a few other items, have therefore been photocopied on acid-free paper and separately cataloged; they are: (1) Harris, Frank, 1855-1931. The Handwriting of Great Writers; (2) Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Bernard Shaw on the Golden West; (3) Shaw. Bernard Shaw on the War; (4) Shaw. Shaw's Latest; (5) Harris. Oscar Wilde in Prison - Chapter XVII; (6) Colum, Padraic, 1881-. James Joyce; (7) Shaw. American Patriots and Persecutions: A Letter by G. Bernard Shaw; (8) Shaw. Extracts From a Letter of Bernard Shaw Just Received; (9) Dostoevskii, Fedor Mikhailovich, 1821-1881. The Peasant Marey; (10) Shaw. The War Indemnities!; (11) Shaw. How Shaw and Russell Met; (12) Harris. Bernard Shaw's Latest Masterpiece; (13) Shaw. Bernard Shaw on Religion: An Interview; note: much of the material by Shaw seems to have been extracted from letters by Shaw to Harris; (14) Shaw. Who Is Frank Harris?; (15) Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. True Art Speaks Plainly.

  45  
Pearson's Magazine:Vols. 46-48
Included are: Vol. 46 No.5 (Nov. 1920); Vol. 46 No.12 (June 1921); Vol. 47 No.1 (July 1921); Vol. 28 No.7 (July 1922); These issues, edited by Frank Harris, contain contributions by and about George Bernard Shaw; because of the extremely fragile condition of these issues, they are not to be used without special permission of the Librarian; the articles by and about Shaw, as well as a few other items, have therefore been photocopied on acid-free paper and separately cataloged

  45  
Penguin Books, Ltd. : Penguin's Progress
On pp. 11-24 is printed an article titled "George Bernard Shaw" announcing publication of The Shaw Million, the 10-volume set of books by Shaw

  45  
Peters, Margot : "Bernard F. Burgunder: Collector of Genius"
In Shaw 15;pp. 169-184; gift of Margot Peters, August 1995

  45  
Peters, Margot : Deciphering Mrs. Pat
In Wisconsin Academy Review;article about the letters of Mrs. Patrick Campbell

  45  
Peters, Margot : Shaw vs. Stella: The battle of "The Apple Cart"
In Discovery;illustrated; Discoveryis a supplement to the Harvard Magazine;gift of Margot Peters

  45  
Philomel [pseudonym] : Amenities of Musical Criticism
In The Musical Times;letter to the Editor, objecting to G.B. Shaw's music criticism in The Worldand quoting from two of his articles, the first of which is reprinted (Sims Reeves, Gent., The World,May 20, 1891) Vol. II pp. 345-352 of Shaw's Musiced. Dan H. Laurence (Bodley Head 1981); deacidified Aug. 1984

  45  
Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing : Obituary notice
In Evening Standard;from Shaw's clipping service?

  45  
Pollak, June Salz : Shaw: Man of Many Interests
Address marking the gift by Mrs. Dwight B. Strong of a collection of 750 Shaw items to California State University, Fullerton

  45  
Protest [against the "Blood Accusation" brought against the Jews in Russia]


  45  
Redmond, James : "A misattributed speech in Man and Superman"
In Times Literary Supplement

  45  
Reed, Edward Tennyson : "If We Were Germans"
In The Graphic;caricatures of 4 public figures, "Germanizing" them [Shaw included]; holograph note by Shaw on sheet

  45  
Rhondda, Margaret Haig (Thomas) Mackworth, viscountess : Shaw's Women
In Time and Tide;article printed on pp. 468-70

  45  
Roberts, Richard Ellis : The Inhibitions of Bernard Shaw
In The Bookman;article printed on pp. 4-7 (illustrated) occasioned by Constable's publication of Shaw's Works;on pp. 7-10 of the same issue is printed the article "With Bernard Shaw at Malvern" by Horace Shipp

  45  
Royal Automobile Club : Document: Membership card of George Bernard Shaw
London

  45  
Royal Court Theatre: Autumn Arrangements
London; Listing of Vedrenne-Barker performances at the Royal Court Theatre in autumn (Sept.-Dec.) of 1905.

  45  
Russell, Bertrand : George Bernard Shaw
In The Virginia Quarterly Review, v.27, no.1, Winter 1951, pp. 1-7

  45  
Rutherston, Albert Daniel : Introduction
In Sixteen designs for the theatre. London, Humphrey Milford, 1928. Limited to 475 copies

  45  
Rutherston, Albert Daniel : Painting: a discussion between the editor [Stanley Casson] and Albert Rutherston
In Artists at work. 1933. p. 81-108

  45  
Rutherston, Albert Daniel : Decoration in the theatre
In The monthly chapbook. London, August, 1919. 23.5 cm. Vol. I, no.2; "A lecture by Albert Rutherston, delivered at Leeds University, February, 1915"

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S - Shaw Festival 1981
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The Saturday Review of Literature "To G. B. S. on His Eighty-Eighth Birthday"
London; Two copies of Shaw's birthday issue containing 8articles about Shaw and his works, a message from Shaw and a bibliography.

  47  
J. B. Priestley : Shaw as social critic
In The Saturday Review of Literature, London, pp.5-7. Also "En route to "Maturity" by Hayden Church as well as a review of "G. B. S. 90" reviewed by Harrison Smith.

  46  
Britain To-Day : Bernard Shaw Number
London; Special issue of Britain To-Day, January, 1951, no. 177. Features articles by R. A. Scott-James and T. C. Worsley about Shaw and his works and an editorial about Shaw.

  46  
Report of the Shakespeare Association for the presentation to the Annual General Meeting
Report given at King's College, Strand at 5:30 p.m.

  46  
Shakespeare Memorial Committee : Shakespeare Memorial
Listing of activities and projected meetings regarding the Committee and the Shakespeare Memorial.

  46  
Shakespeare Memorial Committee : Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre 1616-1916
London; Publicity flyer to solicit funds for the theatre.

  46  
Shakespeare Memorial Committee : Proposed Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre illustrated handbook.
London; Pamphlet for promotional purposes for the Shakespeare Memorial National Theatre.

  46  
Shanks, Edward : John Bull's Other Dramatist"
London; In The Sunday Times, November 5, 1950; newspaper clipping.

  46  
Shaw, Charles MacMahon : Shaws at Home and Abroad
In The Sunday Times Literary Supplement, June 10, 1939, p. 335, review of "Bernard's Brethren" by Charles MacMahon Shaw.

  46  
Shaw Festival Announcements
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 Shaw Festival; 1965 and 1966 gives full season information.

  46  
Shaw Festival Programs 1967-1970
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 Shaw Festival; full season information.

  46  
Shaw Festival Programs 1971-1974
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Shaw Festival; full season information.

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Shaw Festival Programs 1975-1978
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Shaw Festival; full season information

  46  
Shaw Festival Program 1979
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1979, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays.

  46  
Shaw Festival Program 1980
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1980, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 2 plays.

  46  
Shaw Festival Program 1981
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1981, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 1 play and 2 advertising items for plays with envelopes.

  47  
Shaw Festival 1982 - 1991
  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1982
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1982, giant size, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 3 plays, plus 11 newspaper articles on reviews of the plays (inside the large program).

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Shaw Festival Program 1983
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1983, large size and small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, plus 1 newspaper articles on a review of the plays (inside the large program). Also 2 copies of 2 issues to "Pshaw" newsletter, 1 advertisement, plus a York University seminar flyer, and "Shawction" brochure.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1984
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1984, large size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 4 plays, plus 1 issue of "Pshaw".

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1985
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1985, large sizeand small size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 4 plays.

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Shaw Festival Program 1986
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1986, large sizeand small size and flyer of summer season as well as 1 issue of "Pshaw" newsletter.

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Shaw Festival Program 1987
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1987, 3 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 1 play, plus 3 issues of "Pshaw"; and flyers for York University Seminar, Shaw Winter Season, and the Shaw Shop.

  47  
Shaw Festival Program 1988
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1988, 3 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, plus a Visitors' Guide.

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Shaw Festival Program 1989
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1989, 2 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, plus 1 issues of "Pshaw"; and 3 items on Eduard Kochergin "A Poet of the Stage", and the Festival Magazine with 1 news clipping.

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Shaw Festival Program 1990
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1990, 5 sizes of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, with 2 study guides of individual plays, plus a Visitor's Guide, brochure for Shaw Seminars, and 3 flyers for donations, order form for the Shaw Festival Production Record, and a bookmark.

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Shaw Festival Program 1991
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1991, 1 size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 5 plays, with 2 study guides of individual plays, plus an issue of "Pshaw!" and, letter with flyers asking for donations.

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Shaw Festival 1992 - 2003
  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1992
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1992, 1 size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 6 plays, with 1 advertising postcard.

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Shaw Festival Program 1993
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1993, 1 size of summer season as well as individual programs for each of 7 plays, as well as 2 Study Guides, with 3 pieces of advertising materials.

  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1994
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1994, 2 size of summer season as well as 1 Lunchtime Theatre program and 1 play program.

  47A  
Shaw Festival Program 1995
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1995 + 2 sizes of programs + 1 publicity postcard; as well as individual programs for each of 7 plays, as well as 2 Study Guides.

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Shaw Festival Program 1996
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; 2 play programs for 19.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1997
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1997, 2 sizes and Souvenir Magazine of same. 4 play programs + 3 publicity flyers.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1998
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 1998; 2 sizes; 2 play progams + 1 Lunchtime Theatre program.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 1999
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; 2 play programs + 1 Lunchtime Theatre program.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 2000
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 2000, 2 sizes + 3 play programs + 1 publicity flyer.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 2001
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; 1 play program + 1 publicity flyer.

  47B  
Shaw Festival Program 2003
Niagra on the Lake, Canada; Announcements for 2003; 1 size.

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Shaw Society - Z
  48  
The Shaw Society : Ayot Saint Lawrence (Hertfordshire, England) and Shaw's Corner
London; 4 page flyer guiding visitors to Ayot Saint Lawrence and Shaw's Corner.

  48  
The Shaw Society Constitution
London; 2 different formats (1 with 2 copies) of the Shaw Society's constitution.

  48  
The Shaw Society Agendas and Events
London; Printed agendas giving dates and events of future meetings.

  48  
The Shaw Society of Chicago Readings 1958
Chicago; Pamphlet of 1958 reading series with 2 programs from plays produced.

  48  
The Shaw Society of Chicgo : Printed publications
Chicago; Photocopies of The Shaw Society of Chicago Newsletter.

  48  
The Shaw Society of Chicago : Readings 1960-61
Chicago; Flyer of 1960-61 reading series.

  48  
Sherard, Robert Harborough : "Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris and Oscar Wilde"
Ealing; Post card advertising Sherard's book.

  48  
Sherard, Robert Harborough : GBS: His real opion on Frank Harris as a faithful chronicler
[n.p.] One leaf of letters to and from Sherard discussing how Shaw felt about Harris.

  48  
Shimamura, Totaro : Fact and Fiction in "Saint Joan"
Ytsybinuta University; In Gaidoku-bungaku [Foreign Literature] Reprint of Shimamura's article in Japanese.

  48  
Shorey, Paul : Henry Arthur Jones
New York; In The Trend, May 25, 1925, reprint of 4 page article.

  48  
Simpson, Joseph : T.P.'s Portrait Gallery
[Canada] In T. P.'s Weekly, article and caricature of G.B. Shaw.

  48  
Slosson, Edwin B. : The new Shaw, Recent phases in the Development of G.B.S.
New York; In The Independent, April 24, 1916, pp.135-138. Cover photo of Shaw.

  48  
Smith, Stevie : Shaw and Yeats
London; In John O'London's Weekly, June 28, 1946, page 137.

  48  
The Socilogical Society
London; The Socilogical Society explains itself and it members in 38 pages.

  48  
Spicer-Simson, Theodore : "Peace Medal"
Coral Gables, Fla.; 3 issues of The Carrell; Journal of the Friends of the University of Miami Library (June, 1971, Dec., 1971, Dec.1972) The Dec. 1972 issue has the medal on the cover which contains a side view of Shaw; page 26 has a note explaining this.

  48  
The Stage Society: The Seventh Meeting, at The Strand Theatre
London; Flyer with program for "Candida" as part of the program. Note from BF Burgunder saying this is the first London perfomance.

  48  
Standring, George: Fables for Fablians
London; Flyer with explanation of the flyer (probably by Dan Laurence)

  48  
Stephens, James: An Apology to Mr. Shaw
London; In The New Age, May 18, 1916, v.XIX, no.3, p. 68-69 in Letters to the Editor. See folder 18

  48  
Stephens, James: To Mr. Shaw
London; In The New Age, May 4, 1916, v.XIX, no.1, p. 21-22 in Letters to the Editor. See folder 17.

  48  
Stokes, Sevell: Shaw, Frank Harris and St. Joan
London; In John O'London's Weekly, May 28, 1954, p. 534,

  48  
Stout, Wesley: Ellen Terry Marched Him Out
[n.p.] Clipping about Ellen Terry and Bernard Shaw.

  48  
Straus, Oscar : The Chocolate Soldier
[New York] Advertisement for The Chocolate Soldier starring Oscar Straus with reviews on verso.

  48  
Swaffer, Hannen: George Barnard Shaw's Final Words on Survival
London; In Psychic News, Nov. 27, 1943, p. 1-2, interview by Swaffer.

  48  
Swaffer, Hannen: Obit - Shaw
[London] Galley proof of Swaffer's article of Shaw's obituary.

  48  
Theatre de Lys : Matinee Theatre Series1956-1974
[n.p.] Theatre series listings of matinee movies playing at the Theatre de Lys.

  48  
Theatre Guild : Plays produced
New York; Titles of plays produced on recto; member subscripton form for the Theatre Guild on verso.

  48  
Thornton, A. G. : B.B.S. to Stella Review
London; In John O'London's Weekly, Nov. 14, 1952, p. 1032.

  48  
Tippett, Michael : An Irish Basset-Horn
London; In The Listener, July 26, 1956, p.119-120; on Bernard Shaw as a music critic.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : Begegnung mit Bernard Shaw zum 90
[Berlin?] Chapter I-II of article, in German.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : Curious "Tribute" to G.B.S.
[n.p.] Article from Zurich on Shaw at 60. Note in Charlotte Shaw's hand attributed by Dan Laurence.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : How I Discovered Bernard Shaw
London; In The Bookman, v.LXXX, April, 1931, no. 475, pp.1-3.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried
Berlin; 2 clippings on Shaw's works in German; 3 flyer advertisements from S. Fischer Verlag; 1 Artemis Verlag (Zurich) flyer advertisement regarding Shaw's works.

  48  
Trebitsch, Siegfried : News clippings about Trebitsch
[n.p.] News clippings about Trebitsch and his work with Shaw.

  48  
Trewin, John Courtenay: Shaw
London; In John O'London's Weekly, Nov. 10, 1950, pp.585-586, 2 copies.

  48  
Trewin, John Courtenay: Theatre and Life
[London] In The Observer, July 7, 1946, about Shaw.

  48  
Tunney, Gene : G. B. Shaw's Letters to Gene Tunney
New York; In Collier's, June 23, 1951, pp.16-17, 51-53.

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United States Copyright; Supplement II
[Washington, D.C.] 19 page document, annotated by Shaw.

  48  
Universtiy of Guelph : Bernard Shaw: On Stage
Guelph, Canada; Publicity flyer with program agenda.

  48  
University of Guelph Library : Theatre Archives
Guelph, Canada; Publicity brochure for the Library theatre archives with letter from the College of Arts to James Tyler [Cornell archives staff memeber] dated May 7, 1989 and description of the Dan H. Laurence Shaw Archives at Guelph.

  48  
Voysey, Michael : My Astonishing Self Theatre Program
Kent, England; 14 page theatre program for Churchill Theatre, Bromley.

  48  
Weintraub, Stanley : All wrong on the Night
London; In Times Literary Supplement, May 28, 1976, p. 634.

  48  
Weintraub, Stanley: Journey to Heartbreak
New York; In The New York Times Book Review, August 8, 1971, p. 3, 10. Book review of Weintraub's "The Crucilbe Years of Bernard Shaw, 1914-1918" by Colin Wilson with Leoanrd Lyons review from the Syracuse Post Standard, September 20, 1971.

  48  
Wells, Herbert George : Memorial Meeting to H. G. Wells
London; 4 page program for the meeting.

  48  
Wilde, Oscar: Bankruptcy Court; Oscar Wilde's Affairs
London; In The London Times, [August, 1893]. Clipping pasted onto paper.

  48  
Williams, E. Harcourt: Enter George Bernard Shaw
London; In The Vic-Wells Association, July, 1956, no.11, pp.1-3.

  48  
Wilshaw, Harold: Bernard Shaw's Secretary, Blanche Patch, in Conversation with Harold Wilshaw
London; In Radio Times, Jan. 25, 1962. News clipping regarding interview with Blanche Patch.

  48  
Wilson, Cecil F.: Amateurs are so thoughtless - says GBS
London; In Daily Mail, September 15, 1937; news clipping about Shaw.

  48  
Winsten, Stephen : Conversation Pieces
London; Letter to the Editor clipping appearing in some London newspaper after Charlotte Shaw's death.

  48  
The World's Best
New York; Dial Press publicity pamphlet of 34 pages. Shaw first on list as "World's greatest Living Author"

  48  
Yeats, William Butler: The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet
[London] Photocopy of The Arrow, August 25, 1909, v.1, no.5; discussing the Shaw play.