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The Beautiful Mothers scene, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904. The scene ? in which the most beautiful mothers in London adopt the Lost Boys ? was soon dropped as being too problematic and sentimental.
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Mrs Darling (Dorothea Baird) waits with Nana (Arthur Lupino) from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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Hook (Gerald Du Maurier) cogitates with his pirates, overheard by Great Big Little Panther (Philip Darwin) in the first production of "Peter Pan" in 1904
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Hook (Gerald Du Maurier) seizes Wendy (Hilda Trevelyan) during the pirate ship scene in the first London production of "Peter Pan" in December 1904.
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Nina Boucicault's costume in the first 1904 production of "Peter Pan", displayed in the Barrie Birthplace, Kirriemuir. Photo kindly shared by Christine de Poortere.
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Peter Pan programme dated 2 January 1905
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Envelope containing photographs of Nina Boucicault as Peter Pan
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Envelope containing photographs of Nina Boucicault as Peter Pan (back)
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Peter Pan programme, dated 9 February 1905
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Peter Pan programme, dated 16 March 1905
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