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Peter Pan programme, dated 9 February 1910
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One of F D Bedford's illustrations to Peter & Wendy - Barrie's 1911 novelization of Peter Pan, which I used as the frontispiece to my biography.
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One of F D Bedford's illustrations to "Peter & Wendy" - Barrie's novelisation of Peter Pan. August 1911.
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Pauline Chase as Peter Pan (dressed as Napoleon after defeating Captain Hook) about 1912.

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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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Illustration from "The Peter Pan Storybook", signed by Pauline Chase in January 1913
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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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