Now that the new Tim Burton Alice film is out, let's not forget that there was a real Alice on which Lewis Carroll's Alice was based. She looks, well, pretty formidable. (Alice Liddell.)
A photo by Carroll of Alice at a younger age. In spite of his logic and math and Snark and Alice, Carroll's "artistic" photos of children are pretty creepy to me.
A great advertisement using Alice appears in LIFE in 1954, an early ad from Western Electric for microminiaturized electronics. So far as I can tell this is one of the very earliest popular ads for what will absolutely revolutionize the country over the next thirty years.
And of course there was a series of ads with literary backdrops for Guinness Stout, appearing in the 1940's and 1950's: