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Thu, Oct 8, 5pm: "Reflections on Lewis Carroll's Life" Morton Cohen, Carroll scholar and Professor Emeritus of the City University of New York and author of Carroll's authoritative biography, will speak on Carroll's life. Reception to follow.

Sun, Oct 11, 2-5pm: "A Mad Hatter's Tea Party" In conjunction with Museum Day, a tea party will be held for children and their adult-friends. Leeds Gallery.

Thu, Oct 22, 4pm: "Packed His Traps and 'Sloped to Texas: Lewis Carroll as Photographer" HRHRC Senior Curator of Photography Roy Flukinger will speak about Carroll as a photographer and how Carroll's work found its way to Texas. Fourth floor auditorium, Harry Ransom Center.

A catalog accompanying the exhibit contains 150 images from the exhibit captioned and introduced by Morton Cohen, who uses quotes from the once-little girls in the exhibit looking back.

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