The 1st edition of 'A Tangled Tale' was published by Macmillan in 1885. The 'knots' had originally appeared in 'Monthly Packet' Magazine between April 1880 and May 1885. Some copies bear 'second thousand' on the title page without other change. It was reprinted 1885 (third thousand) and again in 1886. There are 6 illustrations by Arthur B Frost.
'The Nursery Alice' was first printed in 1889 but Carroll didn't like the pictures, 'too bright and gaudy', some sheets were sent to America and some were used for the People's Edition in 1891. The book below is the Second but first published edition dated 1890. 10.000 copies were printed but sales were slow so some became the 2nd people's edition.
'Feeding the Mind' was published by Chatto & Windus in 1907. It was a paper delivered in 1884 in Alfreton Derbyshire. There was an earlier publication in the Harper's Monthly Magazine New York in May 1906. There were some copies bound in maroon leather and there was also a 'remaindered' issue the same as the first but with a red spine.
This is the first reprint of 'Novelty and Romancement' since it first appeared in 'The Train' in 1856. It is published by B J Brimmer, Boston in 1925.
This is the 1st edition of 'Alice's Adventures Underground' being a facsimile of the original MS. book given to Alice Liddell by Dodgson and published by Macmillan in 1886. There are 37 illustrations by the author. 5000 copies were published. Some copies have white end papers and may have been a second issue published c1931. The photograph at the end was added later as Carroll didn't like his drawing of Alice and covered it up.
Published by T Fisher Unwin in 1899 'The Lewis Carroll Picture Book' edited by Stuart Dodgson Collingwood, only contained 24 illustration but did contain some new material. The illustrations are mainly Carroll's own photography. There was a miniature edition published by Collins in 1913
Below is the title page of 'The Russian Journal' published by Dutton, New York in 1935. This is a set of miscellaneous pieces including an account of Carroll's trip to Russia in 1867. It forms a companion volume to the American edition of 'Collected Verse'
Below is the Dust Jacket of 'The Rectory Umbrella and Mischmasch', Published by Cassell & Company in 1932 to co-inside with the Centenary of Carroll's birth it contains the 7th and 8th of Dodgson's family magazines. The 2nd magazine was published by the University of Texas under the title 'The Rectory Magazine' in 1975 in a facsimile edition. The copies were numbered but a trade edition was also published later.