Inventory of the Lear-Potter Papers: Box 8

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Chapter 8, “Realities”
Beatrix Potter’s correspondence for 1904 and 1905; the Warne family; The Tale of Two Bad MiceThe Tale of Benjamin Bunny; The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle; Beatrix Potter’s Derwentwater sketchbook

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8 1 Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1904
1904, undated
2 Beatrix Potter correspondence to Norman Warne
1904, 2004
3 Warne family
1902-1912, 2004-2005, undated
4/4* Amelia (Millie) Warne
1995-2011, undated
5 Winifred (Warne) Boultbee recollections of Beatrix Potter
1971-1990, undated
6* Dawn Richardson correspondence regarding Beatrix Potter's visit to Kate Potter Cruickshank, 1904 or 1905
1988
7/7* Beatrix Potter's membership in a drawing society
1904 April 18, undated
8 Excerpts from The Art of Beatrix Potter, selected and arranged by Leslie Linder and W.A. Herring
1972
9 "Tailpiece: The Tale of Two Bad Mice," by Suzanne Rahn
1984
10 "The Tale of Two Bad Mice, an Author, and an Editor," by Elizabeth Logan
1998
11* Beatrix Potter illustration from The Tale of Two Bad Mice
undated
12 Beatrix Potter letter to James Vaughan regarding the cat in The Tale of Benjamin Bunny
1904 August 25
13 Beatrix Potter's Derwentwater sketchbook
2004, undated
14 Chronology of The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle
2004
15 Leslie Linder on The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle
1971
16 Kitty MacDonald, inspiration for Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle
1942, 1971-2004, undated
17 Beatrix Potter picture letter to Margaret Hough, with reference to a picture of a hedgehog (Mrs. Tiggy-winkle)
1905 February 22
18 Lucie Carr
1954, 1990
19 Beatrix Potter essay on hedgehogs
circa 1913, 1971-2002, undated
20 The Field magazine
2004
21 Beatrix Potter and hawfinches, hedgehogs, and frogs
undated
22* Beatrix Potter letter to Hugh Bridgeman, first American child to write to her
1905 March 5