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  • Founders Of The Arts and Crafts Movement - Anthology of writings on interior design by William Morris and his contemporaries; information about the early years of the movement in England and America. From JR Burrows - historical design merchants.
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  • Friends of Red House - The Red House in Bexley, England. Designed by Philip Webb for William Morris. Includes photographs, bibliography, visitor information with online booking, and membership information.
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  • Morris and Co. - Company founded as a direct result of the design, decoration, and furnishing of the Morris's new home, Red House (situated in what is now a South London suburb) by a group including Morris himself and a number of his friends and associates. From The Victorian Web.
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  • Religion in Willam Morris's Work - A short piece from the Victorian Web by George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History, Brown University.
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  • The Roots of Arts and Crafts - Article from the University of Toledo about the birth of the arts and crafts movement, whose primary proponents were William Morris and Jogn Ruskin.
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  • Spartacus Educational: William Morris - Biography from Spartacus Educational about the life and work of William Morris. Covers his Arts and Crafts work, and his Socialist reforms ideas.
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  • William Morris (1834-96) - Notes on William Morris, especially relating to his activities as an artist and illustrator and his relations with the arts and crafts and with the Pre-Raphaelites. From Bob Speel.
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  • William Morris Home Page - About the 19th century British craftsman, designer, writer, typographer, and Socialist. Events and publications, the William Morris Society, links and other materials.
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  • The William Morris Internet Archive - Contains William Morris' political writings as well as artist's biography and a collection of photographs.
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  • The William Morris Pages - Article on Morris by Laurence Arnold. Includes Morris texts and graphics, a comprehensive list of Morris books (from Amazon) and a William Morris discussion group.
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  • William Morris: A Brief Biography - Biography from The Victorian Web by David Cody, associate professor of English, Hartwick College.
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