William Morris House, Wimbledon
The Fabian CartoonThe first cartoon for the "Fabian Window", a design commisioned by George Bernard Shaw in 1910, was given to William Morris by Jean Howson in January 1954 in memory of Emily along with her girl Caroline Townshend.
The screen was made to commemorate the founding regarding the Fabian community and shows other Society members Sidney Webb, George Bernard Shaw, H G Wells and E R Pease, and others, assisting to build "The New World". The actual screen had been created in the Morris Works at Merton Abbey Mills and is now on screen in the collection of this London School of Economics.
In 1931, Emily Townshend, a former suffragette whom lived-in Wimbledon, presented the stained cup windows to William Morris House. The windows, produced within William Morris Functions, had been administered earlier to her spouse by William Morris and were created by Burne-Jones.
The George Bernard Shaw Photograph.In 1930, George Bernard Shaw delivered a signed photograph of himself to-be hung in William Morris home with the inscription:
"William Morris and I preached the Gospel of Labour together on many occasions. Many good individuals thought we deserved holding. I am pleased to hang in a hall focused on him."
Photopgraph of William Morris taken by Emery Walker and donated toward House, by might Morris (letter below)