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Armitt Library

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  1. an independent library and museum, founded in Ambleside in Cumbria by Mary Louisa Armitt in 1909

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  2. In 1997 the library and collections moved to a new building in Ambleside, known as The Armitt

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  3. The library of over 10,000 books covers the local and natural history of the Ambleside area and the wider Lake District

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  4. an important resource for information on notable people connected with the area, including William Wordsworth, Harriet Martineau, John Ruskin, Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley and Kurt Schwitters

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  5. There are also over 450 watercolours by Beatrix Potter of archaeological and zoological subjects

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