Buy these two books published by The William Morris Society for just £12!
The William Morris Society was founded in 1955 with the purpose of making the life, work and ideas of Morris (1834 - 1896) and his associates better known. In The History of The William Morris Society, Martin Crick, author of The History of the Social-Democratic Federation, describes the Society's first fifty years, telling of both successes and controversies and bringing to life the many dedicated and sometimes larger-than-life personalities involved.
Paperback, published 2011
A History of Kelmscott House by the Society's Curator Helen Elletson provides a fascinating, detailed and illustrated account of the history of Kelmscott House, Hammersmith, the home of William Morris for the last 18 years of his life and the house in which he died. Helen explores the history of the house before and after Morris's residence up until the present day where the basement and coach house are open to the public as a small museum and home to the William Morris Society.
'...truly, a beautiful book for a beautiful house.' The Journal of William Morris Studies
Paperback 01 September 2009
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