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One of Lissie Caswell Smith's studio portraits of J M Barrie and Michael Llewelyn Davies, both dressed in fishing gear in anticipation of their forthcoming holiday in the Outer Hebrides - "where we caught Mary Rose". July, 1912
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One of Lissie Caswell Smith's studio portraits of J M Barrie and Michael Llewelyn Davies, both dressed in fishing gear in anticipation of their forthcoming holiday in the Outer Hebrides - "where we caught Mary Rose". July, 1912. Retouched
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One of Lissie Caswell Smith's studio portraits of J M Barrie and Michael Llewelyn Davies, both dressed in fishing gear in anticipation of their forthcoming holiday in the Outer Hebrides - "where we caught Mary Rose". July, 1912. Retouched
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One of Lissie Caswell Smith's studio portraits of J M Barrie and Michael Llewelyn Davies, both dressed in fishing gear in anticipation of their forthcoming holiday in the Outer Hebrides - "where we caught Mary Rose". July, 1912
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Michael Llewelyn Davies, dressed in fishing gear in anticipation of his forthcoming holiday in the Outer Hebrides, July, 1912. After Michael's death, Barrie had the photograph enlarged, with an idyllic Scottish background painted it. The framed result was one of the most prominent features of Barrie's Adelphi study, and features in many photographs, as well as several portraits of Barrie in his in...
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J M Barrie's initials, etched into the glass pane of a dining room window in the Harris Hotel, Outer Hebrides. Barrie and others from his party stayed here on their way to Ammhuinsuidh Castle at the end of July, 1912. I too stayed there - once while visiting all the Barrie holiday sites in 1976, and once 10 years earlier, while filming the "Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite" sequence for Kubrick's "...
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Rowing out to Mary Rose's Island, in Loch Voshimid in the Outer Hebrides. It was here that Barrie conceived the story about a girl who disappears on a Scottish island, only to reappear years later, unaged, like Peter Pan.
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... while Sharon minded the boat. The real Mary Rose's island is far smaller than the one described by Barrie in the play.
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A letter from Nico Llewelyn Davies to J M Barrie, dated 24 November 1912
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Adelphi Terrace in 2001. Barrie occupied the whole top floor.
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