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Guide to The Alfred C. Berol Collection of Lewis Carroll
1845 - 1993
||Berol, Alfred C., (collector)
||Alfred C. Berol Collection of Lewis Carroll
||1845 - 1993
||The Alfred C. Berol Collection of Lewis Carroll is one of the pre-eminent collections
of Lewis Carroll (a pseudonym of Charles L. Dodgson) materials in the United States.
It contains his correspondence, manuscripts (firsts, autographed copies, presentation
copies, and proofs), drawings, and photographs. It also contains drawings by his foremost
illustrators John Tenniel and Harry Furniss. Additionally, there is a wide cross section
of ephemeral materials related to Lewis Carroll which illustrate his work's contemporary
and ongoing cultural impact, as well as, Alfred C. Berol's correspondence and notes
on the provenance of the materials in the collection.
||7.0 linear feet (15 boxes)