Kelmscott Press Annoucement, July 2, 1894
his annoucement lists 27 books available at the press and a further four currently under production. It includes an order for for the Kelmscott edition of the Poetical Works of John Keats.
The Lear Center copy has a manuscript annotation from Henry Halliday Sparling, Morris' son-in-law and first secretary at the press, indicating that books may be obtained from Morris & Company, 449 Oxford St., London. It was purchased for the Library by the Friends of the Connecticut College Library.
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