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Woman mouse in the shoe / Beatrix Potter.
Registration Number: VA0000059347
Type of Work: Visual Material
Date: 1980-09-24 00:00:00
Date of Creation: 10/27/1978
Date of Publication: 01/31/1979
Description: Figurine on base.
Notes: Personified mouse & woman’s shoe.
Copyright Claimant: Frederick Warne & Company, Inc.
Authorship on Application: Frederick Warne & Company, Inc., employer for hire.
Other Title: Getting to know you
Basis of Claim: New Matter: sculptured representation.
Previous Registration: Appl. identifies drawing from Beatrix Potter’s book Appley Dapply’s nursery rhymes as preexisting material.
Names: Potter, Beatrix

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