Yours very sincerely, C. L. Dodgson (alias "Lewis Carroll"): an exhibition from the Jon A. Lindseth collection of C. L. Dodgson and Lewis Carroll, on view at the Grolier Club April 1 through May 29, 1998
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Grolier Club April 1 through May 29, 1998, commemorating the hundredth anniversary of the death of the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Detailed descriptions of books, manuscripts, letters, and other items, with informative essays by leading Carroll experts.
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IE Sir John Tenniel and Lewis Carroll by Rodney Engen
Charles L Dodgson Mathematician by Francine E Abeles
this essay show the differences in the two variants They are shown here in print
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Adventures in Wonderland Adventures Under Ground Alexandra Xie Alice books Alice in Wonderland Alice Liddell Alice's Adventures America appeared Appleton Alice artistic Autograph letter signed Bibliophile black ink C. L. Dodgson Carroll's Diary Charles Dodgson child child-friends Christ Church Christina Rossetti Court Circular December Dodgson wrote edition of Alice Euclid friends geometry George William Kitchin girls glass-plate Goblin Market half-title Haney's illustration included inscribed book inscribed by Carroll Inscribed by Lewis inscribed copies inscription issue ITEMS EXHIBITED Jesse Haney John Tenniel kiss Kitchin Lee and Shepard Lewis Carroll Society Lindseth Collection London Looking-Glass MacDonald Macmillan magazine Mallalieu March mathematics Miss original Oxford parody photographs piracies play poem Polly Pre-Raphaelite Previously unpublished print number pseudonym published purple ink Savile Clarke Savile Clarke's Alice sisters SOUTH SHIELDS stage Stolen Waters story studio theater Twyford School variants verses Victorians Wales's Theatre Walter Slaughter White Knight writing York