Alice Liddell as a beggar-maid  

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Alice Liddell as a beggar-maid (1858) by Lewis Carroll

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Alice Liddell as a beggar-maid[1] (1858) is the name commonly given to a photograph of Alice Liddell by Lewis Carroll. It is a staged photograph depicting the medieval legend of The King and the Beggar-maid. The photo was first published in Carroll's biography by his nephew Stuart Dodgson Collingwood, The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll on page 80.

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