Cat’s Head Carving

Lewis Carroll’s father was a rector at St. Peter’s church in Croft-on-Tees. While on a church tour in 1992, a man named Joel Birenbaum noticed a carving of a cat low on the wall. When he got down and looked at it from a child’s perspective, the cat took on a broad grin. His discovery appeared on the front page of the Chicago Tribune.

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