Twelve postcard reproductions of episodes from the childhood classic range from John Tenniel's familiar illustrations, which appeared in the original edition of 1865, to images from 1907 versions by Arthur Rackham and Charles Robinson and subsequent interpretations by Mabel Lucie Attwell (1910), Char... read more
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Twelve postcard reproductions of episodes from the childhood classic range from John Tenniel's familiar illustrations, which appeared in the original edition of 1865, to images from 1907 versions by Arthur Rackham and Charles Robinson and subsequent interpretations by Mabel Lucie Attwell (1910), Charles Folkard (1921), Milo Winter (1934), and other artists.
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