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Letter from the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII) in his role of President of the Great Ormond Street Hospital, thanking Barrie for having given the Hospital the rights to Peter Pan
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Letter from the Great Ormond Street Hospital informing Barrie that the Board of Management have elected him as Vice-President of the Hospital as "a slight token" for having given them Peter Pan
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Further letter from the Great Ormond Street Hospital, thanking Barrie for having given them Peter Pan
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The Nursery Scene from Peter Pan being performed at the Great Ormond Street Hospital in December 1929, with Jean Forbes-Robertson as Peter, and Sir Gerald du Maurier as Mr Darling. Barrie is just visible, standing at the very back.
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Jean Forbes-Robertson as Peter in the 1930 London revival of Peter Pan. Jean Forbes-Robertson played the part from 1927 to 1934, again in 1938, and recorded the play in 1940 (see audio files). It was Jean who added Peter's line "no one must ever touch me".
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Jean Forbes-Robertson in the 1940 recording of "Peter Pan" - Act 3: The Underground Home
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Jean Forbes-Robertson as Peter and Gordon Harker as Hook in the 1940 recording of "Peter Pan" - Act ...
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Peter Pan was revived annually from 1905 until World War 2, when the blitz was deemed too dangerous ...
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From Neville Cardus' Autobiography (1947), pp 187-191:

Early in 1926 I wrote to J. M. Barrie about a young actress I had seen in some provincial theatre playing Mary Rose; her name was Kathleen Kilfoyle and I thought she had come closer to the idea of the part than ever was within the more sophisticated scope of Fay Compton. When Barrie replied, he told me he had for years been reading me on cri...

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Sydney Blow's Foreword to

J M Barrie's When Wendy Grew Up:

An Afterthought

(Thomas Nelson, 1957)

Some are given the good fortune to encounter in life personalities that are never forgotten. The recollection of them is always pleasant and contributes greatly to life's enjoyment. I wish I could put into adequate words what it meant to me when over seventy years ago I was ...

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