Helen Gill Viljoen papers, ca. 1933-1971.


Helen Gill Viljoen papers, ca. 1933-1971.

Extensive research notes and writings concerning John Ruskin. Includes topical card file; Viljoen's doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin: "Influences and Sources Determining the Aesthetic Theory in the First Volume of Ruskin's Modern Painters"; typescript of an unfinished biography of Ruskin; notes on the Forbes-Tyndal controversy; notes on Ruskin, Rossetti, and Aristotle; notes on Ruskin's lecture "Patience," his "Sermons on the Pentateuch," and his juvenilia; transcripts of Ruskin letters and writings; and personal letters, including some related to William Ellery Leonard.

9 record storage boxes and 49 card file boxes.


SNAC Resource ID: 7232784

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