Approx. 16,000 photographs by George Bernard Shaw [1895-1950] and others of Shaw, his house at Shaw's Corner (including of the household and surrounding area), his friends and family, of places he visited and other places he lived in. There are production photographs for plays including The Apple Cart and film stills and behind the scenes images for Caesar and Cleopatra (1946) and Major Barbara (1941). Included with the photographs are a number of prints of TE Lawrence's Arabian photographs c1914.
In addition to prints are approx. 4000 cellulose and glass plate negatives.
There are also albums collated by Shaw which are still in their original housing and covering topics such as Shaw's family and travels, including his visit to Auguste Rodin.