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Classic lady, dark beauty, berries in hair, black Roman style, Neo-classical, photo 1900s, antique portrait (rppc/gl170)

Classic lady, dark beauty, berries in hair, black Roman style, Neo-classical, photo 1900s, antique portrait (rppc/gl170)

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Winnie The Pooh - 100th Birthday - Canadian soldier and veterinarian, Captain Harry Colebourn, in 1914, paid $20 for the bear "Winnie" - named after Colebourn's hometown of Winnipeg. The bear eventually came to live at the London Zoo where A.A. Milne and his son, Christopher Robin, first saw the bear, inspiring Milne to write the beloved series Winnie the Pooh. Colebourn was a true humanitarian, often looking after animals when people couldn't afford to pay for his services.

You may be familiar with his jar of honey, fuzzy yellow fur and tiny red shirt, but the real Winnie the Pooh was a different type of bear altogether. Milne created what we know.

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