Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
aka Lewis Carroll
Here is a small set of photos. Eventually we want to do something interesting
here - But this will do for now.
This page is in memory of Helmut Gernsheim who made Dodgson's photography known
to the general public in 1949 and who, over the years, taught us so much about the early
days of photography.
There are two round robins. The second is for Alice and the first for the others.
At the last image in each, clicking in the upper right takes you to the
Clicking on the image takes you to the next image.
takes you back an image and returns you here.
Mark this visit with a white stone.
- Aileen Wilson-Todd, taken a Croft Rectory (CD's
- Mr. and Mrs. Millais with their two daughters.
- Alice Constance Westmacott, daughter of the sculptor
- Fair Rosamund - Museum of the History of Science,
- Beatrice Henley - daughter of the Vicar of Putney.
- Ellen Terry - actress at 18 (already disasterously
- Florence Bickersteth - daughter of the Bishop of
- Marcus Keane.
- Maria White, niece of the porter at Lambeth Palace.
- Dante Gabriel Rossetti, poet and painter
- Christina Rossetti and her mother.
- Alexander Munro, sculptor, with his wife.
- Hallam Tennyson, son of Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
- Alfred, Lord Tennyson (Princeton University Library)
- Edith, Lorina and Alice (the Liddell sisters). (1859)
- Alice Liddell (1859)
- Again (1859)
- and Again (1859)
- And YET again. (1859)
- Once again with sisters Edith and Lorina. Alice gets
- The last page of the original Alice's Adventures
- Charles Dodgson's last portrait of Alice. Morton Cohen
calls her "sullen," I call her pensive, perhaps sad. (1870)
- Alice Liddell as a young adult. Taken by Julia
- Most of the Alice (and her sisters) images are scanned from Lewis Carroll with a text by
Graham Ovenden (Masters of photography series). London : McDonald & Queen Anne. 1984.
- And all of the others come from Lewis Carroll, Photographer by Helmut Gernsheim. London :
Max Parrish & Co. 1949.
Go photographing with Hiawatha.
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