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Three Happy Family cards depicting characters from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1832-98) adapted by Emily Gertrude Thomson d.1932 early 20th century

by John Tenniel

Three Happy Family cards depicting characters from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1832-98) adapted by Emily Gertrude Thomson d.1932 early 20th century - John Tenniel
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Three Happy Family cards depicting characters from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1832-98) adapted by Emily Gertrude Thomson d.1932 early 20th century - John Tenniel

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English: "Three Happy Family cards depicting characters from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1832-98) adapted by Emily Gertrude Thomson d.1932 early 20th century" oil on Canvas.
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