Peter Pan’s Post Bag

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Letters to Peter Pan

In December of 1908, a clever young actress compiled a group of letters written to her by members of her audiences at the Duke of York’s Theatre, which were published in a book by Ballentine & Co., Limited. The book was Peter Pan’s Post Bag and the actress was Pauline Chase, who for many years, enjoyed an … Continue reading

What Were they Thinking?

Through the years, even in Barrie’s own life time, Peter Pan’s name has been used to aid various enterprises ranging from J.M. Barrie’s generous gift to the Great Ormond Street Hospital through Peter Pan Records and Peter Pan Phonographs (that have nothing to do with the character or play except the use of the name as for the companies), to … Continue reading