I was reading Ginger, My Story and this got my attention:
In March 1944, the Walt Disney Company asked me to make a recording of the Lewis Carroll classic Alice in Wonderland for the Decca Records Personality Series. I had read this story as a youngster and it was one of my childhood favorites. I was thrilled to make this recording, and it was a rewarding experience.
The sales of this recording were excellent, and I received many nice fan letters. One letter in particular that I remember very well was from a little boy who asked me to come to his house and play. I guess I sounded as young as he. Over the years, the letters have still come in, asking if I have a copy of Alice as they want to give it to their grandchildren. (This time Decca lived up to their agreement --no under-the-table-recordings.)
But Ginger didn't count with the magic of Youtube, and now, 66 years later, you can hear her version of Alice in Wonderland, enjoy (update: the recording was taken down from Youtube, but I uploaded it for you)
Right button to "Save as..." or click to listen online: Alice in Wonderland.