Syracuse University Special Collections, William Morris, Kelmscott Press, poetry, essayists, manuscripts, John S. Mayfield
Arts and Humanities
There has been an increasing interest in all aspects of the nineteenth century in recent years. One of the most intriguing and genuinely fascinating figures of the Victorian Age was the versatile artist-craftsman William Morris (I834-1896). Morris not only expressed interest in a wide variety of fields: art, architecture, painting, tapestry weaving, dyeing, illuminated manuscripts, and printing, but personally tried his hand at each one.
"The William Morris Collection at Syracuse University." The Courier 11.3 (1974): 3-20.