The original handwritten manuscript of what became Alice in Wonderland has been put online using software to virtually turn the pages.
I had to hunt on the British Library website to find a link to the page this article is talking about. That’s completely silly — what a waste of an online news item if it reports on a web page but doesn’t include a link to it. I’d also say that “in 3D” is a bit misleading. It’s just a digital manipulation of a 2D scan. And instead of just clicking on a page to make it turn, you have to click and drag, but half the time the page slips out of my virtual fingers, so I have to grab at it again. Annoying.
I’m not sure the direct link to Alice will work, but here’s the Turning the Pages table of contents.