Vol. I, No. 1
Eastwood, N.Y.: United Crafts, October 1901
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Foreword, pp. [i]-ii ff.
[William Morris: some thoughts upon his life, art and influence], Sargent, Irene pp. [unnumbered]-14
William Morris: his socialistic career, Sargent, Irene pp. -24
The firm of Morris & Company, decorators, Sargent, Irene pp. -32
The opera of "patience" and "the aesthetic movement", Sargent, Irene pp. -38
Morris and Burne-Jones, Sargent, Irene pp. -46
An argument for simplicity in household furnishings, pp. [iii]-iv
Pro patria, pp. iv ff.
Style and its requisites, pp. [v]-[viii]
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