Inventory of the Lear-Potter Papers: Box 15

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Chapter 15, “Opportunities”
Beatrix Potter’s correspondence for 1919 through 1925; farming during the First World War; Cecily Parsley’s Nursery Rhymes; the Girl Guides; the Invalid Children’s Aid Association (ICAA); Beatrix Potter and the Armitt Library; Beatrix Potter’s first American visitors; Margaret (Daisy) Hammond; Beatrice Potter Webb; Anne Carroll Moore; Bertha Mahony Miller and the Horn Book

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15 1 Farming during the First World War
undated
2 Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1919
1919, 2005, undated
3 "The Tale of the Birds and Mr. Tod," 1919
1971
4 Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1920
1920, undated
5 Beatrix Potter letter to Miss Jump, a young writer
1920 February 24
6/6* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1921
1921, undated
7 Beatrix Potter on emigrating to Canada
undated
8/8* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1922
1922, undated
9 Beatrix Potter correspondence to Margaret (Daisy) Hammond
1920-1924, undated
10/10* Beatrix Potter correspondence with Mary Hutton
1922-1933, undated
11 Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes, 1922
1971-1987, undated
12 R. P. Tuckey on why Beatrix Potter dedicated Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes to him
1989 December 11
13/13* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1923
1923, 2001, undated
14 Beatrix Potter letter to Edith (Potter) Gaddum regarding family finances
1923 June 8
15 Beatrix Potter contribution to the Southern Irish Loyalists Relief Association
1923 January 22
16/16* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1924
1924, undated
17 Beatrix Potter notes about local people
1924 October 9
18 Beatrix Potter and the Girl Guides
1924-1943, 1984-2012, undated
19 Beatrix Potter correspondence regarding the Girl Guides
1922-1943
20 Beatrix Potter, Kitty Holdsworth, and the Girl Guides
1930-1934, 2005-2008, undated
21 Beatrix Potter and the Invalid Children's Aid Association (ICAA)
1914-1927, 2002-2004, undated
22 Beatrix Potter and Beatrice Potter Webb
1924-1927, circa 1946, undated
23 Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1925
1925, undated
24 Beatrix Potter's American friends
2003-2005, undated
25 Beatrix Potter and Anne Carroll Moore
1952-1972
26 Rebekah Owen (1858-1939)
1984-1997
27 Beatrix Potter and the Armitt Library
2004-2005, undated
28 Beatrix Potter and Bertha Mahony Miller
1940-2004
29 Leslie Linder correspondence with Bertha Mahony Miller
1954-1956
30 Horn Book
1995-2005
31 Correspondence relating to Beatrix Potter's American friends and the Horn Book
1921-1945
32 Photographs of Helen (Leech) Potter's staff at Lindeth Howe, Windermere
circa 1920