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Print History
UK Book History
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Caxton's Chaucer (offers full e-texts of Caxton's 2 prints, along with biographical background, and more) (the British Library, London, UK)
English Caricature Prints: 1720-1820 (virtual exhibit, with text by Edward Hammond) (Haley and Steele, Boston, MA)
The Lifeof Thomas Gent: Printer of York, 1693-1778 (e-text of 1832 edition of Gent's autobiography, plus biographical info) (Thorn Gent)
William Hogarth and 18th-Century Print Culture (virtual exhibit, wtih sections on techinque, theatricality, physiogonbomy, politics, and more) (Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections, Northwestern U.)
The London Gazette (selected online issues of the Restoration-era gazette) (Electronic Historical Publications)
William Morris
Founders of the Arts and Crafts Movement (anthology of primary sources, taken from W. Morris, W. Crane, O. Wilde and other key players in the Arts and Crafts movement, along with links) (J.R. Burrows and Company, Rockland, MA)
Saul Blumenthal (Massachusetts I. of Technology) The Kelmscott Chaucer (virtual exhibit, within the Print and the Book e-exhibit)
William Morris and His Circle (virtual exhibit, with articles and images, with sections on Morris's art, socialism, the history of his press, and more) (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, U. Texas, Austin)
William Morris (biography, with bibliography, especially of Morris's literary career) (Camelot Project, U. Rochester)
The Noble Craftsmen We Promote: Roots of Arts and Crafts (virtual exhibit page, focused on Morris and Ruskin and their influence on American theries of design) (Carlson Library, U. Toledo)
William Morris Why I Am a Socialist (1896) (excerpt, within Fordham U.'s Modern history Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
The Pursuit of the Ideal: The Life and Art of William Morris (virtual exhibit, with sections on Writings, Socialism, the Kelmscott Press, and biography) (Special Collections Library, U. Michigan
William Morris Home Society 
William Morris (U. Toronto)
Newspaper readership in south west England: an analysis of the Flindell's Western Luminary subscribers list of 1815 (database, in the Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History series) (Ian Maxted, Devon County Council)
RSVP: Research Society for Victorian Periodicals (society info, links) (
Lynne M. Fors (U. Illinois Library) Chez La Veuve: Women Printers in Great Britain 1475-1700 (virtual exhibit, with images and articles)

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