Typed Letter signed to Winifred Holiday.

(Suffrage.) DE MORGAN (William)

Typed Letter signed to Winifred Holiday.

Description: numerous manuscript corrections, pp. 7, 4to, original horizontal folds, secured with split-pin, original handwritten envelope, very good condition

Publication Details: 12 September 1912

Notes: A powerful expression of support for the cause of Women's suffrage, from William De Morgan, novelist and ceramic artist – in the latter capacity associated with William Morris and the Pre-Raphaelites; written in the form of a letter, to be used as she sees fit, to Winifred Holiday, the violinist-daughter of De Morgan's friend Henry Holiday – illustrator of Lewis Carroll's Hunting of the Snark and also eminent in the field of stained-glass design (a medium in which De Morgan had demonstrated some accomplishment early in his career). The envelope is addressed to her at Betty Fold, the family...more

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Price: £1,200

Subject: History

Published Date: 1912

Stock Number: 65753

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