Inventory of the Lear-Potter Papers: Box 11


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Chapter 11, “Diversions”
Beatrix Potter’s correspondence for 1910 through 1912; Beatrix Potter’s work for the campaign against free trade; Beatrix Potter’s letter-writing campaign against hydroplanes on Windermere; The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse; The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes; Peter Rabbit’s Painting Book; The Tale of Mr. Tod; Beatrix Potter’s fairytales

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11 1 Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1910
1910, 1999-2004, undated
2 Beatrix Potter's work for the 1910 election and campaign against free trade
3 Beatrix Potter correspondence to Wilfred Evans regarding free trade and horse census pamphlets
1910, undated
4/4* The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse, 1910
1913, 1971-1987
5/5* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1911
1911, 2004, undated
6 The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes, 1911
7 Peter Rabbit's Painting Book, 1911
8 Beatrix Potter letter draft regarding "grandmotherly legislation" on killing pigs
9/9* Chronology and Beatrix Potter correspondence, 1912
1912, 2004-2007, undated
10 Beatrix Potter correspondence regarding hydroplanes on Windermere
11 Beatrix Potter letter in Country Life regarding hydroplanes and the Windermere Ferry
circa 1912 January, undated
12 Letter-writing campaign by Beatrix Potter and Hardwicke Rawnsley against hydroplanes on Windermere
1912, 2007-2008, undated
13 Inquirer notices regarding Beatrix Potter
1966 July-August
14 "The Fairy in the Oak", "Llewellyn's Well," and "Little Red Riding Hood," 1911-1912
15 The Tale of Mr. Tod, 1912
1911-1913, 1971-1987
16 Rupert Potter photographs of Beatrix Potter, Joan and Norah Moore, and Broad Leys