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  1. The Defence of Guenevere: And Other Poems ... by William Morris, 2010-04-20
  2. William Morris Stained Glass Pattern Book by Carolyn Relei, 1998-06-15
  3. William Morris Tiles by Richard Myers, 2006-10-10
  4. William Morris, the Man and the Myth by Robert Page Arnot, 1976-03-30
  5. William Morris As Designer by Ray Watkinson, 1980-07
  6. Reclaiming William Morris: Englishness, Sublimity, and the Rhetoric of Dissent by Michelle Weinroth, 1997-01
  7. The Stained Glass Windows of William Morris and His Circle in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (Hampshire Papers) by David Bond, Glynis Dear, 1998-03
  8. William Morris, his work and influence by A 1868-1924 Clutton-Brock, 2010-09-13
  9. The Collected Works of William Morris: Volume 11. The æneids of Virgil by William Morris, 2004-03-19
  10. Well at Worlds End Vol 1 by William Morris, 1973-08-12
  11. The Sundering Flood by William Morris, 2010-09-01
  12. The Dhammapada by F. Max Muller, William Morris, 2010-05-23
  13. A Dream of John Ball and a King's Lesson by William Morris, 2007-01-03
  14. Worlds Beyond the World: The Fantastic Vision of William Morris (Popular Writers of Today ; V. 13) by Richard Mathews, 1978-05

101. OAC:
Finding Aids Browse Stanford University Manuscripts Division morris (william) Wallpaper Samples. morris (william) Wallpaper Samples. View options
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William Morris Wallpaper Samples, 1864 - 1896 Collection number:
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102. William Morris Agency
Biography page at the william morris Agency with streaming video sample in Windows Media, tour schedule, partial list of albums and singles, awards, and links to the band and other represented artists.
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In 1971 the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (NGDB) was riding high on the success of the album "Uncle Charlie and His Dog Teddy" - which included the smash hit version of the Jerry Jeff Walker song "Mr. Bojangles." Still, the band was seeking to add depth to the authenticity of its pioneering country-rock sound. Then, just two months after the conception of a side project that would pair them with their bluegrass and country heroes, NGDB found itself in Nashville recording what would become the next year's landmark album, Will the Circle Be Unbroken Three decades later the platinum album - recently released in an expanded, remastered 30th-anniversary edition by Capitol Records - stands as a testament to the group's place in history, and its continuing ability to successfully bridge the gap between contemporary and traditional music. 2001 marked the return of co-founder John McEuen to the fold after several years of solo pursuits, rejoining Jeff Hanna, Jimmy Ibbotson, Jimmie Fadden, and Bob Carpenter, all of whom are vocalist/instrumentalists contributing to the band's well-rounded sound. "With Johnny back, we feel as if the band’s really come full-circle," Ibbotson says.

103. Tower Records - Some Order Long Understood - Wayne Horvitz/Butch Morris/William
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104. The Father Of American Geography: William Morris Davis
Search. Geography The Father of American Geography william morris Davis. Dateline 12/21/98 william morris Davis founded this subfield of geography.
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Dateline: 12/21/98 Though William Morris Davis is known as the "father of American geography," the discipline has two other "fathers:" Alexander von Humboldt is called the "father of modern geography."
is known as the "father of geography." William Morris Davis is often called the "father of American geography" for his work in not only helping to establish geography as an academic discipline but also for his advancement of physical geography and the development of geomorphology. Life and Career Davis was born in Philadelphia in 1850. At the age of 19, he earned his bachelor's degree from Harvard University and one year later earned his masters degree in engineering. Davis then spent three years working at Argentina's meteorological observatory and subsequently returned to Harvard to study geology and physical geography.

105. Stained Glass Photography - A Definitive Resource For Anyone Interested In Vinta
A comprehensive guide to the stained glass of william morris, Henry Holiday, Edward BurneJones, Charles Kempe, Louis Tiffany and others in churches throughout the world. From P. Neil Ralley.
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106. Handbook Of Texas Online: MORRIS, WILLIAM WRIGHT
format this article to print. morris, william WRIGHT (18051883). william Wright morris, judge, legislator, and planter, was born in North Carolina in 1805.
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MORRIS, WILLIAM WRIGHT (1805-1883). William Wright Morris, judge, legislator, and planter, was born in North Carolina in 1805. In 1840 he moved to Alabama, where he taught school and studied law until 1847, when he brought his family and slaves to Texas and settled three miles north of Henderson. He became district judge in 1854 and in 1859 was appointed to represent Rusk County in the Eighth Legislature to fill the unexpired term of John N. McClarity. Morris was particularly interested in promoting railroads in East Texas and in the development of Rusk County resources. Clay discovered on his land was used in making pottery and brick. He died at his plantation home on June 3, 1883, and was buried at Henderson. Morris County, established in 1875, was probably named in his honor. BIBLIOGRAPHY: John Bennett Boddie, Historical Southern Families (Redwood City, California: Pacific Coast, 1957-). Zachary T. Fulmore, History and Geography of Texas As Told in County Names (Austin: Steck, 1915; facsimile, 1935). W. W. Morris Papers, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin.

107. Morris, William - Archive
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: n.d. Total Size : 0.02 m. Biographical/historical note : Born in Walthamstow, Great Britain 1834, died in Hammersmith, Great Britain 1896; socialist, poet, artist and architect; founded the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 1877; member of the Democratic Federation in 1883; cofounder and leader of the Socialist League in 1884, financed its organ Commonweal; author of many socialist tracts and pamphlets; withdrew from the Socialist League when the anarchists took over in 1890; founded his own publishing company, the Kelmscott Press in 1893; active in organizing guilds of designers and decorative craftsmen. Contents : Manuscripts of ‘How shall we live then', ‘As to bribing excellence', ‘Why I am a Communist' n.d.; fragment of a letter to May Morris upon Morris' death [c. 1896]. Top

108. CreativeArtistsAgency
Founded in 1975, CAA is one of Hollywood's top talent agencies (with william morris and International Creative Management). Minimalist website at the moment.
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109. The Beauty Of Life: William Morris And The Art Of Design
william morris, The Beauty of Life, 1880. william morris (1834-1896) was among the most creative artists Britain has ever produced.

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B eauty, which is what is meant by art, using the word in its widest sense, is, I contend, no mere accident to human life, which people can take or leave as they choose, but a positive necessity of life.
- William Morris, The Beauty of Life
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Designed by Edward Burne-Jones
Overglaze polychrome decoration on tin-glazed earthenware Dutch blanks in ebonized oak frame
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Mary Magdalene, Cartoon for stained glass window at Church of All Saints, Langton Green, Kent , c. 1862 Wash, graphite, and ink on paper THE DECORATION OF HOUSES For Morris, the idea of the beautiful house was at the center of both his art and philosophy. The passion he held for architecture and domestic spaces can be traced throughout his life, in his letters and writings and his work as a designer, as well as in his love for his own houses, Red House in Kent, the sixteenth-century Kelmscott Manor, and his London home, Kelmscott House. The wallpapers, textiles, carpets, tapestries, and furniture designed by the Firm were intended to create an integrated artistic interior and, in so doing, to transform domestic life into a deeply aesthetic experience. Morris wished "to revive a sense of beauty in home life, to restore the dignity of art to the ordinary household decoration." The intricate layering and intertwining of organic forms in Morris's patterns for wallpapers, such as

110. Kelmscott Manor
The Tudor manor house which was the home of william morris, founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, and houses collections of his works. Photograph, brief history and visitor information.
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Kelmscott Manor, a grade 1 Listed Tudor farmhouse adjacent to the River Thames, was built in 1570, with an additional wing added to the northeast corner in about 1665. The Manor is built of local limestone on the edge of the village of Kelmscott. William Morris chose it as his summer home, signing a joint lease with the Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti in the summer of 1871. Morris loved the house as a work of true craftsmanship, totally unspoilt and unaltered, and in harmony with the village and the surrounding countryside. He considered it so natural in its setting as to be almost organic, it looked to him as if it had "grown up out of the soil"; and with "quaint garrets amongst great timbers of the roof where of old times the tillers and herdsmen slept".

111. Edifying Spectacle Posters : Morris, William
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112. 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.
Including links, downloadable graphics and texts
first encountered Morris through Architecture. I have always had a love of medieval churches, and in the year before I went up to University, I decided to take that a step further by studying the Gothic Revival. I read all the original texts: "Contrasts" by AWN Pugin, "A description of Fonthill Abbey", Rickman's "Analysis", Ruskin's "Stones of Venice" and so on. Somewhere along the way I met up with Morris and the firm. My next encounter with this extraordinary fellow was through his political writings, which I came across at Warwick University, who have the complete works including a Dover facsimile of one of the fantasy novels. I was hooked as there was so much to the man. His interests and political viewpoint, in particular his views about art were mine. Once I had discovered the Society through finding the address in a book of political writings there was no stopping me.

113. Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru - Lewis Morris - National Library Of Wales
morris, william. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St. morris, william. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St.
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Plan of the bays, bars and harbours of Liverpool and Chester. 1 map ; 44 x 64 cm.
Morris, William. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St. George's and the Bristol Channels ... 1801. Plât/Plate 1. A plan of the bay and harbour of Conway. 1 map ; 17 x 24 cm.
Morris, William. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St. George's and the Bristol Channels ... 1801. Plât/Plate 2. The entrance of Beaumaris River the sound and Cross Road. 1 map ; 17 x 24 cm.
Morris, William. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St. George's and the Bristol Channels ... 1801. Plât/Plate 3. Traeth Coch or Red Wharf, bay, bar, and harbour. 1 map ; 17 x 24 cm.
Morris, William. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St. George's and the Bristol Channels ... 1801. Plât/Plate 4. Dulas Bay and harbour. 1 map ; 17 x 24 cm.
Morris, William. Plans of the principal harbours, bays and roads in St. George's and the Bristol Channels ... 1801. Plât/Plate 5. Amlwch port in the north of Anglesey. 1 map ; 18 x 24 cm.

114. William Morris --  Encyclopædia Britannica
morris, william Encyclopædia Britannica Article. william morris born March 24, 1834, Walthamstow, near London died Oct. APA style william morris.

115. Home - Friends Red House
The Red House in Bexley, England. Designed by Philip Webb for william morris. Includes photographs, bibliography, visitor information with online booking, and Friends of the Red House membership information.
Friends of Red House Red House, Bexleyheath The Red House Well Built 1859 Contact Information for Friends of Red House: Chair: Linda Hubbard Tour Guide Co-ordinator: Linda Hubbard House Volunteer Co-ordinator: Shelia Youngs , Garden Volunteer Co-ordinator: Joe Chodha, Tel: 0208 300 4523 Membership Secretary: Pam Hewitt Membership Information Back to Frequently Asked Questions Send mail to Ann Allen with questions or comments about this web site.

116. William Morris --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
morris, william Britannica Student Encyclopedia. , morris, william (1834–96). A poet and painter, william morris was first of all a practical, working artist. louis&ct=ebi

117. Cotswolds: A History And Guide To Woodchester And Selsley.
Two interesting villages in the Cotswolds. Woodchester has a famous Roman villa and a mansion that is an example of fine Victorian architecture. Selsley Church boasts a stained glass by william morris.
A History of Woodchester and Selsley
by Graham Thomas FRSA
" A n indispensable guide and companion if you are travelling, taking a holiday, a short break or just interested in the English Cotswolds" Why explore? * Can I recommend reading Hunters of Longtree - A Cotswold Tale written by David Walker. This wonderful tale is set in Woodchester. Published by Orpheus Press in 2003, it can be ordered on or from bookshops quoting ISBN 0-9540366-0-3.
* Currently we are averaging 25,000 hits a month and have a multitude of links across the world.
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D eep in the heart of England's Cotswolds, two villages claim connection with William Morris, St Paul, King Arthur, Roman governers, the woollen industry, and one of England's most haunted country mansions. Selsley and Woodchester are steeped in a history that stretches across five thousand years: from the earliest migrant populations to history that is being made today.

118. Literary Encyclopedia: Morris, William
morris, william. (1834 1896). Domain Literature, Visual Arts, Interior Design. Poet, Translator, Novelist, Designer, Socialist, Reformer.

119. 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.
The Noble Craftsmen We Promote:
The Arts and Crafts Movement in the American Midwest
Roots of Arts and Crafts
Back to Introduction On to America The Arts and Crafts Movement began in England in the 1860s as a reform movement. Its primary proponents were John Ruskin (1819-1900) and William Morris who is pictured at right (1834-1896). Ruskin, its philosophical leader, was the most influential of all Victorian writers on the arts and a member of the Pre-Raphaelite movement. The Pre-Raphaelites believed the medieval world was purer in form than the post-Renaissance world because it was more closely tied to nature. Ruskin's book The Stones of Venice (1853) had a great impact on the intellectuals of Victorian England. In it, he made a direct connection between art, nature, and morality-good moral art was nature expressed through man. Continuing this connection, Ruskin believed the decorative arts affected the men who produced them. The machine dehumanized the worker and led to a loss of dignity because it removed him from the artistic process and thus, nature itself. As Ruskin stated, "all cast from the machine is bad, as work it is dishonest." While Ruskin built the philosophical foundation of the Arts and Crafts Movement, it was William Morris who became its leader. Morris took Ruskin's ideas about nature, art, morality, and the degradation of human labor and translated them into a unified theory of design. By doing so, Morris successfully wedded aesthetics and social reform into the Arts and Crafts Movement.

120. Academic Directories
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