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Morris & Co Ltd, upholsterers, cabinet makers, tapestry and wallpaper manufacturers

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The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

Date: 1800-2000
Places:
  • London
  • Merton, Surrey
Functions, occupations and activities: Paper, printing and packaging > Wallpaper | Textiles > Household textiles | Timber and furniture > Furniture and upholstery
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C106297 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/B2623 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
c1874-c1940: log and pattern books
Sanderson
NRA 30127 Sanderson

See HMC Records of British business and industry 1760-1914 textiles and leather, 1990
2
c1862-1933: records incl designs and samples, minute book, day book, and correspondence
Huntington Library
3
1862-74, 1887-98: minute book, corresp (copies)
Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History Centre
NRA 12645
4
19th cent: misc papers
British Library, Manuscript Collections
5
19th cent, c1910: sample book, pattern book
Victoria & Albert Museum, Department of Textiles and Dress
NRA 30151
6
19th cent-20th cent: designs for printed and woven fabrics, carpets, tapestries, embroidery
Victoria & Albert Museum, Department of Designs, Prints and Drawings
See HMC Records of British business and industry 1760-1914 textiles and leather, 1990
7
1866-1896: corresp, memoranda, bills, day book, etc
National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum
NRA 13466 V & A Museum
8
1862-1898: minutes, day book, dye book, corresp (copies)
Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History Centre
NRA 12645
9
1848-1896: corresp, designs, pattern and sample books
William Morris Gallery
See Catalogue of the Morris Collection, 1969
10
c1920-c1930: embroidery patterns (annotated and signed)
V&A Archive of Art and Design
See Guide to the Archive of Art and Design, 2001
11
1861-1898: partnership account book of Edward Burne-Jones
Cambridge University: Fitzwilliam Museum
See Business History XXVIII, 1986, pp36-54
12
1861-1877: partnership account book of Philip Webb
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
See Business History XXVIII, 1986, pp36-54

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