William Morris, C. R. Ashbee and the Arts and Crafts.

Gloucestershire: The Whittington Press for The Nine Elms Press, London, 1984. Small 4to., [4], 15, [4] pp., printers-device at colophon. Sewn pamphlet in stiff blue paper wrappers with Morris ‘Willow’ pattern paper dust jacket, with title printed in blue on light-blue oval label. Only slight signs of use at corners, very good. Ink signature of the author at colophon. First edition thus. 500 copies printed, this is number 260. “In substantially the same form this pamphlet was given as the opening talk ‘The Arts and Crafts Movement in its time’ on 15 September 1978 for the Victorian Society Conference, The Arts and Crafts Movement.” Peter Stansky is a professor at Stanford University and an American historian, specializing in British history, and author of 25 titles. He was a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, and nominated for the National Book Award for Biography. OCLC 883711396. (Item Id: 108080)

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