From the pen of the very talented Ed Kuekes we have his only syndicated strip (though a panel, Do You Believe, languishes yet on our mystery strip list). Alice in Wonderland probably takes advantage of the less stringent copyright laws of the day to appropriate Lewis Carroll’s world famous character in this Sunday strip adaptation of her adventures. The adaptations were written by Olive Ray Scott, of whom I am perfectly ignorant, and syndicated by United Feature Syndicate.
The original run of the strip seems to have been from July 15 1934 to June 23 1935. However, United only advertised the strip in E&P in 1936-38. I’m pretty certain the syndicate was just marketing the series in reprints then, but why they didn’t advertise it in 1934 and ’35 is a bit of a mystery.
The strip was accompanied by a delightful topper titled Knurl the Gnome, which as far as I know is not part of the Carroll canon. It accompanied Alice for her complete run.
An Alice in Wonderland book series by Scott and Kuekes was published in France by Hachette in 1937-38. I haven’t seen any of the books in person so I don’t know if they are reprints of the strips or something different. As far as I know no reprint books were published in the U.S.