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Letter from Joseph MacCullagh to G. Bernard Shaw regarding Shaw's hygiene practices, with a note by Shaw in response,

1945 Apr. 30.
Main Creator: Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950
Contributors: MacCullagh, Joseph
Summary:MacCullagh is writing a book about curious fact relating to Irish people and asks whether it is true that Shaw does not use soap to wash his face. Shaw replies with a detailed description of how he cleans himself, dated 3rd May 1945.
In Collection: Letters from George Bernard Shaw to various persons
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
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Notes:Inscribed on headed paper "Belfield House / Beaumont / Drumcondra / Dublin".

Physical description: 1 item (1 page).

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Letter from Joseph MacCullagh to G. Bernard Shaw regarding Shaw's hygiene practices, with a note by Shaw in response,

1945 Apr. 30.
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In Collection: Letters from George Bernard Shaw to various persons
Description:MacCullagh is writing a book about curious fact relating to Irish people and asks whether it is true that Shaw does not use soap to wash his face. Shaw replies with a detailed description of how he cleans himself, dated 3rd May 1945.
Main Creator: Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950
Language:English
Extent:1 item (1 page).
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 3229/14 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.