About the William Morris Society
Founded in London in 1955, the William Morris Society aims to make the life and work of Morris and his associates better known.
Its programs—which involve branches in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States—include lectures, conferences, tours, museum visits, and social gatherings.
A Newsletter is published quarterly (two issues with US supplements). Members also receive the biannual Journal of William Morris Studies.
The Society also publishes books and pamphlets dealing with Morris.
The Seasons or Orchard, woven by Morris & Co. in wool, silk, and mohair on a cotton ground at Merton Abbey in 1890, designed by William Morris and John Henry Dearle.