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

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Down the Rabbit Hole
Slide 2
Curioser and curioser, cried Alice
Slide 3
There was a mouse splashing about
Slide 4
She grew and grew
Slide 5
That you won't, thought Alice
Slide 6
There goes Bill
Slide 7
An enormous Puppy was looking
Slide 8
There was a large Mushroom growing near her
Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
story
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (earliest possible 1905, latest possible 1908)
Reading or song
Related slide sets

see also Alice im Wunderlande (story: Hüttig A.G., 24 slides, n.d.)

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

People involved in slide production

TENNIEL, Sir John  (1820-1914) – creator of source image(s), all 8 slides

Notes

The three chapters of Alice in Wonderland were also sold as a single boxed set of 24 slides.

Collections

8 slides known to exist in private collection

Subject keywords
children / family
fairy tale / fable
CARROLL, Lewis [pseudonym of DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge  (1832-1898)]
Lucerna ID  3000042

Record created by Richard Crangle and Sarah Dellmann. Last updated 22 February 2020

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