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Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role

Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role
Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role




Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role

  
Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY CHARLES L. DODGSON IN CHARACTERISTIC PURPLE INK. Autograph letter signed by C. Dodgson in characteristic purple ink to Evelyn Dubourg My dear Evey. Dodgson first met Evelyn in 1873 when she was ten years old at a party her parents hosted.

He was a personal friend of her father Augustus, a dramatist who was trying to help the author set a stage adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. Evelyn auditioned and was briefly considered for the main role and was also a sitter in some of Dodgsons photographs in the following years, posing as Joan of Arc in one particularly well-known photograph.
DODGSON WRITES TO AN ELEVEN YEAR OLD GIRL WHO AUDITIONED AND WAS CONSIDERED FOR THE MAIN ROLE IN THE STAGE ADAPTATION OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND. I have asked to have a note to me addressed to your house. So dont forward it till night.. The item "Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role" is in sale since Sunday, September 17, 2017.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Historical". The seller is "grayautographs" and is located in Spartanburg, South Carolina.


This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Signed by: Charles L. Dodgson, Lewis Carroll
  • Autograph Authentication: Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom


Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role

  
Lewis Carroll Autograph Letter Signed To Girl Who Auditioned For Alice Role