Inventory of the Lear-Potter Papers: Box 13

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Chapter 13, “Partnerships”
Beatrix Potter’s correspondence for 1913 through 1916; the death of Rupert Potter; the death of Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe; Beatrix Potter’s friendship with Eleanor Louisa (Louie) Choyce; Frederic Fowkes and the Landowner’s Community Association; women and farming during the First World War; Moss Heckle Tarn

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13 1/1* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1913
1913, undated
2 Moss Heckle Tarn
1900-1919, 2003-2004, undated
3/3* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1914
1914, undated
4* Beatrix Potter's membership in a drawing society
1914, 2005
5 Rupert Potter's death certificate and estate
1914
6 "The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots," 1914
1971-1995
7 Editorial response from Country Life to "Fairy Clogs" and other stories
1913, undated
8 Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1915
1915, undated
9/9* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1916
1916, undated
10 Women on the land during the First World War
1916, undated
11 Eleanor Louisa (Louie) Choyce (1876-1963)
1934, undated
12 Lucy (Potter) Roscoe and Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe
2001-2004, undated
13 Obituary for Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe
circa 1915 December
14/14* Frederic Fowkes, secretary of the Landowner's Community Association
1912-1935, 1994, undated
15 Beatrix Potter letter to Hardwicke Rawnsley regarding tourists and walkers on fell land
1913 August 27
16 "The Oakmen," 1918
1916, 1966-1971
17 Ernest A. Aris (1882-1963)
1916, 2002-2005, undated