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Caine, Sir Hall. My Story. London: Heinemann, 1908. Includes the author's recollections of Rossetti, pt. 2, p. 75-247. PRB-167

---. Recollections of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Boston: Roberts Bros., 1898. PRB-902

---. Recollections of Rossetti. London: Cassell, 1928. "Some portions of this book were published in 1882; other portions of it in 1908; much of it is now new. It is first published as a completed book at the centenary of Rossetti's birth, 1928." PRB-317

Campbell, Thomas. The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell. William Michael Rossetti, ed. Thomas Seccombe, il. London: Ward, Locke, 1840? Contains critical memoir by W. M. Rossetti. Added title page illustrated. Text within red line borders. Original green cloth stamped with black and gold; gilt edges. PRB-168

---. The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell. Edited with critical memoir by William Michael Rossetti. Thomas Seccombe, illus. New and enl. ed. London: Ward, Lock, 1880. Added title page title: Campbell's poetical works. Added t.p., engraved, with vignette. Text within red line borders; head and tail pieces. References: BM. Bound in green cloth decorated in black, gold and blind; a.e.g. PRB-168

Cary, Elisabeth Luther. The Rossettis: Dante Gabriel and Christina. New York: Putnam, 1900. The author finds that Dante Gabriel Rossetti's complex "cannot by any possibility be known through one biographer alone." Cary has included some reproductions never before published. The author devotes two of the twelve chapters of this work to Christina Rossetti, representing the "proportion borne, perhaps, by her limited life and product to her brother's more complicated career." PRB-83

---. The Rossettis, Dante Gabriel and Christina. Large paper ed. New York: Putnam, 1900. This large paper ed. includes 14 illustrations not found in the trade ed. published in the same year. PRB-853

Cate, George Allan. John Ruskin: A Reference Guide: A Selective Guide to Significant and Representative Works About Him. Boston: Hall, 1988. PRB-635

Cavendish, George. The Life of Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal, Archbishop of York. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1893. Sold by Reeves & Turner, 1893. Golden type, with initials; first page of text within ornamental border. 250 copies on paper; 6 on vellum. Original vellum binding. Formerly ascribed to the author's brother, Sir William Cavendish. First ed. pub. in 1641 under the title: The Negotiations of Thomas Wolsey. Colophon: Transcribed after the autograph manuscript of the author, now in the British Museum, by F. S. Ellis, and finished the 25th day of December, in the year 1892, in the Parish of Cockington in the County of Devon. And printed by me William Morris, at the Kelmscott Press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith in the County of Devon. And printed by me William Morris, at the Kelmscott Press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith in the County of Middlesex, and finished on the 30th day of March 1893. PRB-476

A Century of Artists: A Memorial of the Glasgow International Exhibition, 1888. Glasgow, MacLehose, 1889. Printer's mark on t.-p. and at the end; initials. "This large paper edition, with plates on Japanese, consists of 215 copies." This is no. 73. Half-title: A Century of Artists: A Memorial of the Loan Colleciton of Painting and Sculpture, International Exhibition, Glasgow: MDCCCLXXXVIII; with historical and biographical notes by William Ernest Henley and descriptions of the pictures by Robert Walker. "The articles on Corot, Courbet, Daubigny, Decamps, Delacriox, Diaz, Edouard Frere, Millet, Rousseau, and Troyon are reprinted textually (save in one instance...) from the Memorial catalogue of French and Dutch pictures at the Edinburgh international exhibition, 1886" (Preface). PRBF-16

Champneys, Basil. Memoirs and Correspondence of Coventry Patmore. 2 vols. London: Bell, 1900. "The principal editions of Coventry Patmore's writings." PRB-616

Chapman, Ronald. The Laurel and the Thorn: A Study of G. F. Watts. London: Faber, 1945. This work covers the entire period of Watt's life, and also has several appendices which contain letters from Ruskin to Watts, Watts' view on Haydon, Watts and the Royal Academy Commission, and a brief article by the curator of the Watts Gallery on Watts as a technician. There are also 32 illustrations of Watts' paintings. PRB-98

Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Floure and the Leafe, and The Boke of Cupide, God of Love, or the Cuckow and the Nightingale. F. S. Ellis, ed. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1896. 300 copies printed on paper; 10 on vellum. The 2nd work is of uncertain authorship, but in recent scholarship is generally attributed to J. Clanvowe, T. Clanvowe, or R. Roos. Cf. V. J. Scattergood, Authorship of The Boke of Cupide, in Anglia, v. 82. Original half linen binding. PRB-505

---. Works. A facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer, with the original 87 illustrations by Edward Burne-Jones, together with an introduction by John T. Winterich and a glossary for the modern reader. Cleveland: World Pub., 1958. Original title page reads: The works of Geoffrey Chaucer, now newly imprinted. [Colophon: Here ends the Book of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited by F. S. Ellis; ornamented with pictures designed by Sir Edward Burn-Jones, and engraved on wood by W. H. Hooper. Printed by me William Morris at the Kelmscott Press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex. Finished on the 8th day of May, 1896] Binding is a facsimile of the original tooled white pigskin binding executed by T. J. Cobden Sanderson at the Doves Bindery. PRBF-27

---. The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Now Newly Imprinted. London: Basilisk P, 1975. "This facsimile of the Kelmscott Chaucer has been printed . . . by the John Roberts Press in Clerkenwell and completed on the 31st day of December, 1974." Colophon of original reads: "Here ends the Book of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited by F. S. Ellis; ornamented with pictures designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, and engraved on wood by W. H. Hooper. Printed by me William Morris at the Kelmscott Press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex. Finished on the 8th day of May, 1896." Issued in a case with A Companion Volume to the Kelmscott Chaucer. London, 1975. PRBF-43

Chesterton, Gilbert Keith. G. F. Watts. London: Duckworth; New York: Dutton, 1904. Inscription on inside front cover. Bookplate of Nicholas Salerno. Manuscript notes on inside back cover. Bound in gold stamped green cloth boards. PRB-679

Christina Rossetti in the Maser Collection: Including a Group of Christina's Letters. With essays by Mary Louise Jarden Maser and Frederick E. Maser; forward by James Tanis. Bryn Mawr, PA: Bryn Mawr College Library, 1991. Contents: Collecting Christina; Living with Christina; Christina's letters. PRB-777

Clodd, Edward. Memories. London: Watts, 1926. According to his prefatory note, at the request of friends, Clodd has written his "impressions of some men and women whom it has been my privilege to know more or less intimately." He has also included many letters which "contain matters of varied interest with which the writers deal familiarly." He hopes that his readers will feel as if they are engaged in a "fireside talk" with the author about the person whose "portrayal is attempted." Publishers ad (?): "Cheaper re-issue" pasted inside front cover. There is a chapter on Holman Hunt. This work also includes 13 autographed portraits. PRB-15

Cobden-Sanderson, Thomas James. The Arts and Crafts Movement. Hammersmith: Hammersmith Publishing Society, 1905. Author's inscribed copy. Bound in tan paper boards. PRB-618

Cockerell, Sydney Carlyle. Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1898. Pages 1-23 printed on one side of leaf only. Thirty-five reproductions from printed books in the library of William Morris, preceded by extracts from his article "On the artistic qualities of the woodcut books of Ulm and Augsburg in the fifteenth century," and followed by a list of the principal books with woodcuts in his library. Original half linen binding. PRBF-40

Colebrook, Frank. William Morris, Master-Printer. William S. Peterson, ed. Wood engravings by John DePol. Council Bluffs, IA: Yellow Barn P, 1989. On cover: Kelmscott. Special presentation copy from Blackwell North America, New Year's 1990. Lecture given November 27, 1896 to students of the printing school of the St. Bride Foundation Institute, London. Originally appeared in the Printing Times and Lithographer, Nov. 1896. "Designed by Neil Shaver at the Yellow Barn Press. Reproduction proofs of the original letterpress edition were provided to Blackwell North America for the special edition of 1400 copies. The text is set in Poliphilus and Blado italic types. John DePol designed and engraved the Morris-inspired ornaments. The paper for this edition is Mohawk Superfine, an archival quality sheet" Colophon. PRB-676

Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth. Holman Hunt. Illustrated with eight reproductions in colour. London: Jack, 1908? PRB-863

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Christabel and the Lyrical and Imaginative Poems. Arranged and introduced by Algernon Charles Swinburne. London: Low, Son, and Marston, 1869. Title vignette (portrait); title in red and black. On cover: Coleridge's poems with essay by Algernon Swinburne. Original blue cloth with gold lettering on front cover and spine; a.e.g. PRB-169

---. Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner. J. Noel Paton, il. London: Art-Union, 1863 PRBF-59

---. Poems Chosen Out of the Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. F. S. Ellis, ed. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1896. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-501

---. The Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. William B. Scott, ed. London: Routledge, 1873? With an introductory memoir and illustrations by William B. Scott. PRB-580

---. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, in Seven Parts. Gustave Dore and Joseph Noel Paton, illus. Edited with complete restorations of the original poem, with copious explanatory notes, together with descriptive and critical essays by Alfred Trumble. New York: Pollard & Moss, 1887. Cover title: Coleridge's Ancient Mariner. PRBF-52

Collingwood, William Gershom. Ruskin Relics. New York: Crowell, 1904. With fifty illustrations by John Ruskin and others. "Twelve chapters are here reprinted, with some additions from 'Good words" . . .Another, on Ruskin's drawing, is adapted, by permission, from the author's 'Prefatory notes to the catalogue of the Ruskin exhibition and the gallery of the Royal society of painters in water colours' in 1901. The first chapter is newly written for this book." PRB-518

Compton-Rickett, Arthur. William Morris: A Study in Personality. Introduction by R. B. Cunninghame Graham. London: Jenkins, 1913. "Analytical biography and synopsis of events contemporary with Morris' career." PRB-206

Conrad Joseph. The Sisters. Intro by Ford Madox Ford. New York: Gaige, 1928. "926 copies on handmade and 9 copies on green paper, printed by Bruce Rogers at the press of William Edwin Rudge. Distributed in America by Random House, N.Y." Grolier 364. Spine label missing. George Nelson copy. PRB-658

--- and Ford Madox Ford. The Nature of a Crime. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1924. PRB-782

A Consideration of the Art of Frederick Sandys. London: Constable, 1897? "Being the special winter number of The Artist." Text by Esther Wood. Large-paper ed. of the Nov. 18, 1896 number of the Artist. Bound in ivory cloth with title, Frederick Sandys, and pictorial decoration stamped in gold. Written in ink on half-title: "No. 26." PRBF-62

Cooper, Robert Maxwell. Lost on Bothe Sides, Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Critic and Poet. Athens: Ohio UP, 1970. PRB-924

Crane, Walter. William Morris to Whistler: Papers and Addresses on Art and Craft and the Commonweal. Illustrations from drawings by the author and other sources. London: Bell, 1911. Title within ornamental border. "Three hundred and fifty copies only have been printed of the large paper edition, of which this is no. 51." First published in various periodicals. Contents: William Morris and his work; the English revival in decorative art; the socialist ideal as a new inspiration in art; on the study and practice of art; on some of the arts and crafts allied to architecture; notes on colour embroidery and its treatment; notes on early Italian gesso work; notes on the treatment of animals in art; modern aspects of life and the sense of beauty; a short survey of the art of the nineteenth century, chiefly in England, with some notes on recent developments; art and the commonweal; the apotheosis of "The Butterfly." The preface to this work details information regarding the first appearance of each of the essays contained herein, as well noting new additions. Each of the essays also has various illustrations, and there is also a comprehensive index. PRB-111

Critical Essays on Dante Gabriel Rossetti. David G. Riede, ed. New York: G.K. Hall, 1992. PRB-905

Crow, Gerald H. William Morris, Designer. The special winter number of the Studio, C. G. Holme, ed. London: The Studio, 1934. Bound in printed wrappers. The author states in his introduction that his thesis is that "in Morris the artist subserved the necessities of the man, to assuage his horror of impermanence and constraint, to quiet his restlessness, to solace loneliness and kinship with failure, to appease his sense of social responsibility, to satisfy his longing for heroic exploit on the one hand and tenderness on the other, and to embody the varous stages of the conflict which shaped his faith into its ultimate form." While the book is arranged in biographical order, it is not designed as a comprehensive biography or a complete study of Morris's work. However, it does portray the relationship of Morris's art to his personal development. This work contains many illustrations not only of Morris's art, but also of his homes, as well as related objects. There are also illustrations from Rossetti and Burne-Jones. PRB-106