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Person: TENNIEL, Sir John  (1820-1914)

Slides (arranged in sets) in whose production this person had a role

Alice in Wonderland: chapter I -- down the rabbit hole (story: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1905-1908)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Down the Rabbit Hole

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Curioser and curioser, cried Alice

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, There was a mouse splashing about

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, She grew and grew

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, That you won't, thought Alice

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, There goes Bill

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, An enormous Puppy was looking

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, There was a large Mushroom growing near her

Alice in Wonderland: chapter II -- the mad tea party (story: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1905-1908)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, Alice approached the Little House

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The door led into a large Kitchen

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, Alice caught the Baby

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Alice saw the Cheshire Cat

  creator of source image(s): Slide 13, There was a Table under a Tree

  creator of source image(s): Slide 14, She saw them trying to put the Dormouse

  creator of source image(s): Slide 15, A large Rose Tree stood over the entrance

  creator of source image(s): Slide 16, Alice face to face with the Queen of Hearts

Alice in Wonderland: chapter III -- who stole the tarts (story: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1905-1908)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 17, Off with their Heads

  creator of source image(s): Slide 18, Only the Cat's head appeared

  creator of source image(s): Slide 19, Very soon they came upon the Gryphon

  creator of source image(s): Slide 20, What sort of a dance is it?

  creator of source image(s): Slide 21, The Trial's beginning

  creator of source image(s): Slide 22, Alice was growing larger again

  creator of source image(s): Slide 23, What do you know about this business?

  creator of source image(s): Slide 24, And then the whole pack rose up into the air

Alice's adventures in Wonderland (story: York & Son, 42 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, The Rabbit actually took a watch out of his waistcoat-pocket

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, She came upon a low curtain she had not noticed before

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Tied round the neck of the bottle was a paper label, with the words, Drink Me

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, 'Now I'm opening out like the largest telescope that ever was'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The Rabbit started violently, dropped the white kid gloves and fan

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Splash! she was up to her chin in salt water

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, It was only a mouse that had slipped in like herself

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, They all sat down at once in a large ring with the mouse in the middle

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, 'Hand it over here,' said the Dodo

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, She put one arm out of the window and one foot up the chimney

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, She suddenly put out her hand and made a snatch in the air

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, 'Something comes at me like a jack-in-the-box, and up I goes like a sky-rocket

  creator of source image(s): Slide 13, She picked up a little bit of stick and held it up to the puppy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 14, The caterpillar and Alice looked at each other for some time in silence

  creator of source image(s): Slide 15, 'And yet you incessantly stand on your head'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 16, 'Yet you turned a back somersault in at the door'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 17, 'Yet you finished the goose with the bones and the beak'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 18, 'Yet you balanced an eagle on the end of your nose'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 19, The fish-footman began by producing from under his arm a great letter

  creator of source image(s): Slide 20, The duchess was sitting on a three-legged stool in the middle, nursing a baby

  creator of source image(s): Slide 21, 'Now, what am I to do with this creature when I get home'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 22, 'Oh, you can't help that,' said the cat, 'we're all mad here'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 23, And this time it vanished slowly, beginning with the end of the tail

  creator of source image(s): Slide 24, The hatter opened his eyes very wide on hearing this

  creator of source image(s): Slide 25, 'It goes on, you know,' the hatter continued, 'in this way'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 26, They were trying to put the dormouse into the teapot

  creator of source image(s): Slide 27, 'I couldn't help it,' said Five, in a sulky tone, 'Seven jogged my elbow'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 28, 'What's your name, child'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 29, The chief difficulty Alice found at first was in managing her flamingo

  creator of source image(s): Slide 30, The king's argument was that anything that had a head could be beheaded

  creator of source image(s): Slide 31, 'I am glad to see you again,' said the duchess, as she tucked her arm affectionately into Alice's

  creator of source image(s): Slide 32, If you don't know what a gryphon is, look at the picture

  creator of source image(s): Slide 33, 'Once,' said the mock turtle, with a sigh, 'I was a real turtle'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 34, So they began solemnly dancing round and round Alice

  creator of source image(s): Slide 35, 'You have baked me too brown, I must sugar my hair'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 36, The knave was standing before them in chains

  creator of source image(s): Slide 37, The white rabbit blew three blasts on his trumpet, and called out 'First witness'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 38, The wretched hatter trembled, so that he shook both his shoes off

  creator of source image(s): Slide 39, The hatter hurriedly left the court without even waiting to put on his shoes

  creator of source image(s): Slide 40, She jumped up in such a hurry that she tripped over the jury box

  creator of source image(s): Slide 41, 'Why, there they are!' said the king triumphantly, pointing to the tarts on the table

  creator of source image(s): Slide 42, At this the whole pack rose up into the air, and came flying down upon her

[Manchester Museum Collection: mythical beasts] (lecture: privately made, 59 slides, n.d.)

  creator of source image(s): unnumbered slide [30], The Gryphon

An old story (recitation: York & Son, 26 slides, in/before 1888)

  artist: Slide 18, At break of day. John Tenniel

An old story (recitation: manufacturer unknown, 28 slides, n.d.)

  creator of source image(s): unnumbered slide [18], At break of day

Through the looking glass and what Alice saw there (story: Newton & Co., 50 slides, 1899)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, The kitten had been having a grand game of romps with the ball of worsted Alice had been trying to wind up

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Kitty sat very demurely on her knee, now and then putting out one paw and gently touching the ball

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, 'How nice it would be if we could only get through into Looking-glass House!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, In another moment Alice was through the glass

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Down in the hearth among the cinders the chessmen were walking about two and two!

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, The King's astonishment at finding himself held in the air by an invisible hand

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, 'The White Knight is sliding down the poker'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, 'The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame, / Came whiffling through the tulgey wood'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, Alice was so astonished when the Tiger-lily spoke that she couldn't seem to speak for a minute

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, 'Where do you come from?' said the Red Queen

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, 'The country is marked out just like a large chess-board'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, They went so fast that they seemed to skim through the air

  creator of source image(s): Slide 13, It was a very queer carriage-full of passengers

  creator of source image(s): Slide 14, The Rocking-horse-fly must have been re-painted, it looked so bright and sticky

  creator of source image(s): Slide 15, The Snap-dragon-fly is made of plum-pudding, holly leaves, and a raisin

  creator of source image(s): Slide 16, Crawling on the ground is a Bread-and-butter-fly

  creator of source image(s): Slide 17, Alice walked on with her arms clasped round the Pawn's neck

  creator of source image(s): Slide 18, Tweedledum and Tweedledee were standing under a tree, each with an arm round the other's neck

  creator of source image(s): Slide 19, 'The Walrus and the Carpenter were walking close at hand. They wept like anything to see such quantities of sand'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 20, ''Now if you're ready, Oysters dear, we can begin to feed.' / 'But not on us!' the Oysters cried'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 21, 'With sobs and tears he sorted out those of the largest size, / Holding his pocket-handkerchief before his streaming eyes'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 22, The Red King was lying crumpled up into a sort of untidy heap

  creator of source image(s): Slide 23, 'You needn't be so angry about an old rattle,' Alice said to Tweedledum

  creator of source image(s): Slide 24, 'They'll be more like bundles of old clothes than anything else, by the time they're ready'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 25, Alice did her best to get the White Queen's hair into order

  creator of source image(s): Slide 26, 'The King's messenger is in prison now, being punished'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 27, She was in a little dark shop, leaning with her elbows on the counter, and opposite to her was an old Sheep, sitting in an arm-chair, knitting

  creator of source image(s): Slide 28, Suddenly the needles turned into oars in her hands, and she found they were in a little boat, gliding alone between banks

  creator of source image(s): Slide 29, Humpty Dumpty leant forwards, and offered Alice his hand

  creator of source image(s): Slide 30, ''Twas brillig, and the slithy toves, Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; / All mimsy were the borogoves, And the meme raths outgrabe'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 31, 'I said it very loud and clear; I went and shouted in his ear, / But he was very stiff and proud; He said 'You needn't shout so loud''

  creator of source image(s): Slide 32, The ground was soon covered with little heaps of men

  creator of source image(s): Slide 33, 'I feel faint' said the King, 'Give me a ham sandwich!'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 34, They placed themselves close to where Hatta was standing watching the fight between the Lion and the Unicorn

  creator of source image(s): Slide 35, Alice carried the dish round, and the cake divided itself

  creator of source image(s): Slide 36, She dropped to her knees, and put her hands over her ears, trying to shut out the noise of the drums

  creator of source image(s): Slide 37, 'We must fight for her, then,' said the Red Knight

  creator of source image(s): Slide 38, Alice thought she had never seen such a strange looking soldier in all her life

  creator of source image(s): Slide 39, Whenever the horse stopped (which it did very often) he fell off in front

  creator of source image(s): Slide 40, 'How can you go on talking so quietly, head downwards?' Alice asked, as she dragged him out by the feet

  creator of source image(s): Slide 41, 'I saw an aged, aged man, A-sitting on a gate'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 42, 'What is this on my head?' she exclaimed. It was a golden crown

  creator of source image(s): Slide 43, She didn't feel a bit surprised at finding the Red Queen and the White Queen sitting close to her, one on each side

  creator of source image(s): Slide 44, In another moment both Queens were fast asleep leaning against Alice

  creator of source image(s): Slide 45, The Frog went nearer and rubbed the door with his thumb, then he looked at Alice

  creator of source image(s): Slide 46, The leg of mutton got up in the dish, and made a little bow to Alice

  creator of source image(s): Slide 47, 'I can't stand this any longer!' she cried, as she jumped up and seized the table-cloth with both hands

  creator of source image(s): Slide 48, She took the Red Queen off the table, and shook her backwards and forwards with all her might

  creator of source image(s): Slide 49, And it really was a kitten, after all

  creator of source image(s): Slide 50, 'Snowdrop, my pet!' she went on, looking over her shoulder at the White Kitten, 'when will Dinah have finished with your White Majesty, I wonder?'

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