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Beatrix Potter in 1894 wither her father Rupert and her Brother Bertie.
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Beatrix Potter at age 28 with her father Rupert and brother Bertram,

Beatrix Potter in 1894 wither her father Rupert and her Brother Bertie.

Beatrix Potter in 1894 wither her father Rupert and her Brother Bertie.

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Photograph of Beatrix Potter and her brother Walter B. Potter (Bertie) probably taken about 1892.
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Photograph of Beatrix Potter and her brother Walter B. Potter (Bertie) probably taken about 1892.

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Beatrix With her Father and Mother
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Brief biography of Beatrix Potter British author and illustrator of beloved children's books, including Peter Rabbit.

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Beatrix Potter and her brother Bertram photographed by their father on the terrace at Lingholm, near Keswick, in 1898. Source: nationaltrust.org.uk
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Beatrix Potter and her brother Bertram photographed by their father on the terrace at Lingholm, near Keswick, in 1898. Source: nationaltrust.org.uk

Beatrix Potter and her brother Bertram photographed by their father on the terrace at Lingholm, near Keswick, in 1898. Source: nationaltrust.org.uk
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A very rare picture of a smiling Beatrix pictured with her father Rupert and brother Bertram.
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An "incredibly rare" first edition of Peter Rabbit, paid for by Beatrix Potter herself after she failed to interest a publisher in is to sell for an estimated

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Beatrix Potter with her sheepdog Kep. Credit: National Trust
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From the National Trust book festival to walks through Beatrix Potter’s Lake District, marking 150 years since her birth, will be a year to remember.

Beatrix Potter with her sheepdog Kep. Credit: National Trust

Beatrix Potter with her sheepdog Kep. Credit: National Trust

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Beatrix Potter with William Heelis. She married William Heelis in when she was

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Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her children's books featuring animals such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. When she died in 1943, she left 14 farms and 4000 acres of land to the National Trust, along with her flocks of Herdwick sheep. The Trust now owns 91 hill farms, many that have a mainly Herdwick flock - with a total of  25,000 sheep. This was her gift to the nation, her own beloved countryside, for all to…

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Artist/Artist/Naturalist Beatrix Potter, best known today for her wonderful illustrated children's books beginning with 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit',

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[Helen] Beatrix Potter, Mrs William Heelis left acres of Lake District land land, 16 farms, cottages and herds of cattle and Herdwick sheep to the British National Trust.

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