Typed letter, signed, from George Bernard Shaw to the publisher, Stanley Unwin,
1919 Aug. 7.
|Main Creator:||Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950|
Shaw makes humorous reference to H.C. Duffin's 'The Qunitessence of Bernard Shaw', and says that if Unwin sends him proofs to his present address he will look them over for correction, as he will be there until the 20th.
The letter is written from the Great Southern Hotel, Parknasilla, Kenmare. Shaw has used his own headed paper from 10 Adelphi Terrace, London, and has crossed out the printed address.
Physical description: 1 item.
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|MS 50,397||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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