Title:Letter, 1895 July 19: Lechlade to Sir
Creator/Contributor:Morris, William, 1834-1896, creator
Creator/Contributor:Thames Conservancy, correspondent.
Letter from William Morris to an unknown member of the board of the Thames Conservancy, discussing the rebuilding of the Lock-keeper's
Cottage at Eaton Weir. Morris urges the Conservancy to use local stone and a slate roof when rebuilding. This letter is likely
a draft in Morris' hand, and a fair copy (probably written out by Sydney Cockerell) was sent to the Conservancy. At the time
of this letter, the secretary of the Thames Conservancy was James H. Gough.
Subject:Historic buildings -- England
England -- Oxfordshire
Mounted on p. 10 of Sydney Cockerell's Illustrations of the homes of William Morris, Clark Library, MS.2011.003.
Published in: Collected letters of William Morris, v. 4 (1996). p. 294.
 p. ; 17.5 cm.