Popular children's book, first published in 1904. According to Wikipedia, in an article about Girls' Latin School in Boston: "In 1888, Abbie Farwell Brown, Sybil Collar and Virginia Holbrook decided to found a school newspaper. The name Jabberwock was picked from a list Abbie Farwell Brown submitted. It was taken from “Jabberwocky”, the famous nonsense poem written by Lewis Carroll in “Through the Looking Glass”. They wrote to Lewis Carroll in London and received back a handwritten letter giving them permission to use the name. The Jabberwock is one of the oldest school newspapers in the United States."
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