Alice Pleasance Liddell, summer 1858, by Charles Dodgson (aka Lewis Carroll). The character of Alice was based on Alice Pleasance Liddell, daughter of the Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, whom Dodgson met when he was a lecturer there. Dodgson took a number of photographs of the Liddell sisters, including the real Alice, from the age of four to the last at the age of 18.
*THE REAL ALICE IN WONDERLAND: Alice Liddell, 1852-1934, as a child on a trip with Mr. Charles Dodgson (pen name Lewis Carroll) she asked him to tell her and her two sisters a story and requested he write it down. He presented her with a manuscript November 1864, titled " Alice's Adventures Under Ground".