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Series XV. Printed Shaviana [series]:
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A - Shaw (F)
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Clarabut Clipping Collection
[n.p.] Mainly clippings from London newspapers about Shaw. with two AL to Clarabut regarding Shaw's whereabouts.

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Miscellaneous clippings, Political and Social with Mention of Shaw
[n.p.] Miscellaneous references to Shaw.

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Miscellaneous clippings, Political and Social with Mention of Shaw
[n.p.] Miscellaneous references to Shaw, These are deacidified item taken from folder 2 in 1984.

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Miscellaneous clippings, Literary and theatrical with Mention of Shaw
[n.p.] Miscellaneous references to Shaw.

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Miscellaneous clippings, Shaw Biographical Information
[n.p.] Miscellaneous references to Shaw, mainly London newspapers.

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Constable's 6d Novels
[London] Publicity flyer for Constable, 1914. Shaw's "Doctor's Dilemma" is listed.

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Disciples of the Artist-Philosophers News article.
[London] Off-print of the "Evening Standard" article about the D.O.T.A.P. Shaw endorsed the proposal. A note explaining how it was added to the Burgunder Shaw Collection.

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Davies, Robertson L to "Times Literary Supplement" Editor
[London] "Man and Superman" letter to the editor correction.

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Dent, Alan TM[printed] Shaw the Critic
[London] Clipping from "John O'London's Weekly", November 10, 1950.

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Dooley, Roger B. TM[printed] The Playwright, Plays and Byplay
[New York] "Saturday Review", November 23, 1963, p. 47-49, book review of several biographical books on Shaw. [p. 49 pasted onto page 48.]

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Shakespeare's Plays: Memorial Committee's Problem: Scheme for Subsidized Company.
[London] "The Times" clipping on The Shakespeare Memorial Committee.

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Mrs. Shaw's Bequest
[n.p.] 2 clippings concerning the bequests of Mrs. Charlotte Frances Shaw.

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Mrs. Bernard Shaw Obituary
[London] Obituary of Mrs. Charlotte Frances Shaw.

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Bernard Shaw Swindled
[London] 3 photocopied articles from the "Daily Citizen" about Shaw's swindle of 525 pounds.

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Auction Catalogs
[London] Catalogs from Sotheby & Co., May 25, 1952, and Phillips, Son & Neale, June 28th & 29th, 1949, each containing Shaw items being auctioned off.

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Torca Cottage, Killiney Auction Notice
[Ireland] Sweeney's Auctions flyer announcing the auction of Torca Cottage, Killiney, Shaw's former home.

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Coole Park Autograph Tree
[London] Calendar for May 1983, verso has photo of the autograph tree which, among many others, is GBS.

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"Bernard Shaw" and "A Note on Bernard Shaw's Ancestry"
London] "The Times Literary Supplement" for November 10, 1950 having one article on Shaw and a second article which is a letter to the editor about Shaw.

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Marriott, R. B. TM[printed] Bernard Shaw and Statue of Joan
[London] In "Stage" on a birthday visit to Ayot St. Lawrence.

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Bernard Shaw, at 88, gives his home to the nation
[London] "News Chronicle", July 26, 1944 article.

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Bernard Shaw Chides "Slovenly" Articulators
In "New York Times", July 6, 1924, GBS talking on the use of English.

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Bernard Shaw Day in Chicago
[Chicago] 2 copies of a program proclaiming the day, "Bernard Shaw Day" in Chicago.

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Roberts, Glyn TM[printed] Bernard Shaw Discusses the Cinema
[London] In "Film Weekly", February 12, 1938, p. 6-7

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Bernard Shaw in Palestine
[Palestine] In "Palistine Bulletin", March 15, 1931, p. 1, article on Shaw's visit.

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Bernard Shaw, Mad, He Himself Admits
[London] Article with photo.

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Bernard Shaw Sees "Pidgin English" Era
[Boston] Article on Shaw interview about English.

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Neil, Judge Henry TM[printed] Bernard Shaw's Undying Youth
[n.p.] In "Physical Culture", November, 1929, p. 38-39.

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By George
[London] In "The Times", The Times Diary, November 7, 1975.

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Carlow's Link with G.B.S.
[London] In "The Irish Times", picture of Carlow Technical School with caption.

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Chloroform in Boarding-House
London; In "Evening Standard", March 29, 1911 article on Shaw giving evidence in trial.

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Shaw Christmas Card
[n.p.] Card copying one of Shaw's own Christmas card with caricature of Shaw on front.

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Sullivan, Mary X.TM[printed] Danny Kaye "Sassed Back" B. B. Shaw
[London] Article on Shaw and Kaye visiting.

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Laurence, Dan H. TM[printed] The Early Life and Loves of Sonny Shaw
Toronto; Photocopy of book review of "Bernard Shaw" v.1, by Michael Holroyd.

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Hertford Civilian Resident Register
[Hertford] List of Hertford voters, include Shaw and wife.

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... a few words from Ireland Postcard
[n.p.] Postcard sent to B. B. Bergunder from Dan H. Laurence with Shaw on verso, among other Irish literary figures.

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Marriott, R. B. TM[printed] "Films are Not Children's Picture Books"
[n.p.] In "The Era" an article about Shaw talking about "St. Joan" film.

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Shaw (G - Z)
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G.B.S. Answers 7 Questions
[London] In "The Sunday Chronicle", June 30, 1946, p. 4.

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St. Martin's School of Art D[printed] G.B.S. Celebration
[London] Program for Shaw's 90th birthday celebration.

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G.B.S. "Collaborates" with Froissart and Rodin - and a Lion
[London] In "The Sketch", July 25, 1934, p.164; 4 photos with captions.

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G.B.S. - Eighty-Five To-Day
[Dublin] In The "Irish Times", July 26, 1941.

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G.B.S. in Retrospect: As Shaw Made Answer to a Shavian Questionnaire
Boston; In "Boston Evening Transcript", September 26, 1925, p. 8 of pt. 3.

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G.B.S. On The Large Screen
London; Book review in "The Times Literarey Supplement", October 13, 1966 of Donald P. Costello's and J. Percy Smith's publications about Shaw's productions on film. As well as note from B.F. Burgunder and letter to Burgunder from Ifan Kyrle Fletcher who sent the article to him.

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G.B.S. Plays with Fire
In "The Star", September 23, 1941.

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G.B. Shaw Rings Down Curtain of Socialism
[n.p.] In "Boston Evening Transcript?" article saying Shaw says Fabians must now call themselves Communists.

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The Gallic Genius of Bernard Shaw
[n.p.] In "Current Literature", October, 1908, p. 429-430.

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His Birthday Book
[n.p.] In "Welwyn Times", June 4, 1948, announces Shaw's new book, "Bernard Shaw Through the Camera"

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Updike, John TM[printed,copyp] The Heartless Man
[New York] In "New Yorker", January 2, 1989, photocopies of article on Shaw on pages 62-68.

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Historic Houses: George Bernard Shaw: The Playwright's English Home at Ayot St. Lawrence
[n.p.] In "Architectural Digest, May, 1982 pp. 180-186. With many photos of Shaw home and surroundings.

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Elliot, Vivian TM[printed] Images of George Bernard Shaw
[London] 4 page program for an exhibition at the National Theatre.

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Amin, Ali TM[printed] Interview with Shaw
[n.p.] In "Akhbar El Yom" in Arabic. With note from B.F. Burgunder identifying it.

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Bernard Shaw: The Intexication of Ideas
[London] In "The Times Literary Supplement", July 17, 1956

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John O'London's Weekly: Shaw Birthday Number
[London] In "John O'London's Weekly", July 26, 1946; articles include "90", "G.B.S. as Idol", and "The Great Dramatist".

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Letters to Shaw From His First Love
[London] article about Alice Lockett's letters to Shaw.

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"Mrs. Shaw" Reaches the English Stage
Boston; In "The Living Age", November 8, 1924, p. 353-354. Also in same issue on page 354 is "Bernard Shaw and the Bulgarian.

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London Book Sales
[London] In "The Star", October 25, 1924, p. 3; Rough proof of "Pygmalion" mentioned.

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Esher, Edward TM[printed] The Man Who Wrote to Bernard Shaw
[London] In "Cavalcade", July 22, 1950, p.9, 18.

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The Manor and Churches of Ayot St. Lawrence
[Ayot St. Lawrence] 12 page booklet on the manor and churches of Ayot St. Lawrence.

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Marriage announcement
[London] Wedding announcement to Charlotte Payne Townshend.

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Church, Hayden TM[printed] A Matter of Life and G.B.S.
{London] In "Evening Standard"; regarding Shaw turning 91 and view on life.

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Mr. Shaw's Postmistress Sells His p.c.s for 10s. 6d.
[London] In "News Chronicle"

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White, F. G. Prince TM[printed] My Second Childhood
[London] In "Daily Mail", July 26, 1949; interview with GBS.

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New York Public Library. Berg Collection
[New York] Publicity flyer for the Berg Collection; mentions Shaw and contains a caricature of him.

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Horwill, Herbert W. TM[printed]News and Views of Literary London
[London] Contains mention of GBS.

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Newspaper Tributes to Shaw
[London] Three tributes to Shaw upon his death, from London newspapers.

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No Supper After Eden
[n.p.] Cipping refering to "Back to Methuselah" production.

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Preparedness - George Bernard Shaw: Enough About Him to Explain His Reputation
[London] 3 copies plus 1 copy of clippings pre-prepared in the event of Shaw's death; with B.F. Burgunder's note explaining them.

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Obituary for Bernard Shaw [Swiss]
[Zurich] In "Neue Zuricher Zeitung?", November 2, 1950. In German.

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Morgan, Charles TM[printed] On To Methuselah
[London] In "The Sunday Times", July 21, 1946

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Plan of Tables and Index of Names
London; Plan of tables at the Appeal Dinner at the Savoy Hotel with includes GBS and his wife.

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Peters, Margot TM[printed, copy] The Playwright as Terrorist
New York; In "The New York Times Book Review", September 17, 1989, book review of Michael Holroyd's "Bernard Shaw, vol.3"

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The Printed Play
[London] In "The London Times Literary Supplement", May 10, 1923, p.1, mentioning Shaw.

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Quotes by Shaw
[n.p.] Two flyers with quotes from Shaw.

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Reading Shaw By Needham High School Pupils Raises Rumpus
Boston; Discussing censorship of Shaw's work.

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Saint Pancras Education and Public Libraries Committee. Plaque Commemoration
[London] 4 page program to commemorate Shaw plaque unveiling.

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The Saturday Review
[New York] "The Saturday Review", July 21, 1956 issue devoted to 100th anniversary of Shaw's birth.

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London Times Literary Supplement. Letters to the Editor
[London] Copies of 4 different letters to the Editor of the "Times Literary Supplement" , 2 by Shaw, 1 each by Alfred W. Pollard & J. Dover Wilson.

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"Season's Greetings" cards sent by Eddy S. Feldman
[n.p.] 4 different cards, each with a Shaw photo and a quote or a story.

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Agate, James TM[printed] Shavian Phonetics: A Note on Cockney Speech
[London] In "The London Sunday Times", June 18, 1939, p.4.

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Bryden, Ronald TM[printed, copy]Shaw after the Triumph of 70
[Toronto] In "Toronto Globe and Mail", September 10, 1988, copy of book review of Dan H. Laurence's "Bernard Shaw Collected Letters, v.4"

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Summers, Ellen TM[printed} Shaw and Henderson: Autobiographer versus Biographer
[n.p.] Article in "Studies in Bibliography", p.284-293, by Ellen Summers.

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Shaw at Cornell
[Ithaca] In "Bulletin. Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, N.Y.", September/October, 1975. 21 pages mostly devoted to the Shaw Collection and Bernard F. Burgunder, donor of the collection.

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Shaw at Cornell Program
[Ithaca] Program of events at opening of the Shaw exhibition at the Cornell University Libraries.

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Shaw at 90 Admits no Limit to Life Save Murder, Suicide, Fatal Accident
Kansas City; In "The Kansas City Times, July 25, 1946.

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Shaw Proves his Survival in Shavian Fashion
London; In "Psychic News", June 15, 1963; 1 article on page 1, 6.

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Shaw Syas He Needs the Prayers of All
[New York] In "The New York Times", May 4, 1927.

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Shaw to Make Film Debut
[New York] In "The New York Herald Tribune", April 30, 1937 to perform in "The King's People".

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Shaw Will Leaves Socialism Little
[New York] In "The New York Times", March 23, 1951, discusses Shaw's bequests.

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Shaw's Corner
[Ayot St. Lawrence] Pamphlet explaining Shaw's Corner, by the National Trust.

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Shaw's Corner - Garden Hut
[Ayot St. Lawrence] Postcard photo of Shaw's Cornel

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Shaw's Corner - Miscellaneous Printed Items
[n.p.] Material on Shaw's country home upkeep since his death and Shaw's Corner in particular.

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Shaw's Last Message
[London] Message made in 1941, asks his films and plays be taken care of.

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Phelan, Charlotte TM[printed] Spending a Lifetime With G.B.S.
Houston; in "Houston Post", August 17, 1975, interview with Dan H. Laurence, literary advisor to the Shaw estate.

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Tail Feathers From Mother Goose
[n.p.] In "Publishers Weekly", August 26, 1988 under a rhyme book evaluation. Slight mention of Shaw.

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Texas University. Humanities Research Center D Shaw: an Exhibit
Austin; Invitation to the Shaw exhibition with RSVP card enclosed plus copy of newspaper clipping of same.

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Widower's House
[London] In "Evening Standard", discusses Shaw's home in Ayot St. Lawrence.

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What's He Up To Now?
[London] In "Picture Post", 30 July, 1949, front cover photo and article on pages 30-32 with many photos.

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William Morris Centenary Celebration
[n.p.] Announcement of a William Morris Centenary Celebration.

 
Laing Collection Clippings [subseries]:
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(1) 5 folders
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(2) 6 folders
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(3) 17 folders
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(4) 7 folders
 
Ann Elder Jackson Collection Clippings [subseries]:
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6 folders
Included in one folder are 4 empty envelopes; one with Shaw's Ayot St. Lawrence address as the return address, one marked "Letters from LucyCarr Shaw; one marked Arabella Gillmore and one marked G.B.S. Itinerary with Mrs. Chaworth Musters address (all materials within the Jackson Archive). Also included in another folder is an order form for sigle tickets,a Malvern Festival theatre program from 1932 for "The New Play" by Shaw; and a booklet by Sidney P. Albert titled "In More Ways Than One : Major Barbara's Debt to Gilbert Murray", inscribed to Mrs. Musters and signed by Albert. One folder contains Romeike & Curtice Ltd. press service clippings about Shaw sent to Mr. Curnell.