Yesterday I had the chance to go up to New York City with a colleague, to attend a talk and dinner. With some free time in the afternoon, I walked over to the Morgan Library and Museum and spent a blissful hour at the "Charles Dickens at 200" exhibit, examining original manuscripts, letters, illustrations, and photographs with such close attention that the guard eventually had to warn me to stop leaning on display cases!
There's no catalogue of the exhibit; instead, the gift shop sells a special edition of A Christmas Carol, containing both a printed version of the text and facsimiles of the original pages in Dickens's handwriting. Some of the other Dickensian items in the gift shop can be seen and purchased here.
The taking of photographs inside the museum is prohibited. (Very strict, those guards.) But I did get this shot of the Dickens banner in front of the museum. It's a wonderful exhibit, and I highly recommend it if you're going to be anywhere near New York City in the next couple of months.