Lewis Carroll

Aspects of Lewis Carroll’s life, including the pre-Raphaelites he knew.

Lewis Carroll Timeline and Relevant Events During His Lifetime.

This timeline is excerpted from the book. It charts Carroll from his birth  at the Parsonage, Daresbury, Cheshire, as eldest son (third child) of Charles Dodgson, perpetual curate of Daresbury, and Frances Jane (née Lutwidge) through his death in 1898 at Guildford, where he is buried.

Lewis Carroll and his Photography, including his photography of Alice,
see http://mural.uv.es/carmapa2/arte8.html

Lewis Carroll photograph of Alice taken in 1858 Lewis Carroll"s portrait of the Pre-Raphaelite artist, William Holman Hunt taken on 30 June 1860.
Lewis Carroll’s photograph of Alice taken in 1858 Lewis Carroll”s portrait of the Pre-Raphaelite artist, William Holman Hunt taken on 30 June 1860.

Links of Interest:

The Lewis Carroll Society <http://lewiscarrollsociety.org.uk/>

The Lewis Carroll Society was formed in 1969 with the aim of encouraging research into the life and works of Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson).

The Lewis Carroll Society of North America <http://www.lewiscarroll.org/>

The Lewis Carroll Society of North America was established in 1974.

The Lewis Carroll Society of Canada <http://www.batteredbox.com/LewisCarroll/index.htm>

THE CARROLLIAN: The Lewis Carroll Journal <http://thecarrollian.org.uk/>

Originally called Jabberwocky (changing its name to The Carrollian in 1998) the journal has been in existence since 1969

Lewis Carroll site <http://www.lewiscarroll-site.com>

Edward Wakeling page for people interested in accurate information about Lewis Carroll, including a list of all known photographs taken by Lewis Carroll.

Taking account of Carroll by Jenny Woolf (on BBC)
<http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/6192829.stm>

Lewis Carroll’s bank accounts – and his financial chaos – are providing a puzzle for researchers. These accounts give us new information about the man and cast a new light on his letters and diaries.

A Lewis Carroll Centenary Exhibition <http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/web/carroll/>

Illustrated website. Most of the printed books, pamphlets, and music in the exhibition were a part of the extensive Warren Weaver Collection of Lewis Carroll. The site includes many of the illustrations and is divided into the following topic areas:

  • Introductory
  • Early Life at Croft Rectory
  • Carroll at Oxford
  • Carroll the Photographer
  • Photographs of Children
  • Logic, Mathematics, and Puzzles
  • Alice
  • In Memoriam