This site is listed as a resource by the 1890s Society.
This site is used as a resource in Jonathan C. Glance's ENG348--Victorian Poetry and Prose course at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.
This site was used as a resource in Lara Whelan's E206.410--British Literature II course at the University of Delaware during the Summer 1996 term.
This site has been listed as a resource at the Falvey Memorial Library of Villanova University since 1 September 1996.
This site has been listed with World-Wide Art Resources since 14 September 1996.
This site was awarded the LookSmart Editor's Choice Award on 22 January 1997.
This site was granted a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant through Duquesne University on 12 May 1997.
The William Morris Society in the United States reviewed this site in its July 1997 newsletter.
This site was selected as a Teleport WebToday Destination on 30 July 1997.
This site has been used as a resource in Elisabeth Rose Gruner's ENG315--Victorian Literature course at the University of Richmond since the Spring 1998 term. Dr. Gruner is also editor of the Victorians Institute Journal.
This site has been used as a resource in Dan Bivona's English 430/545--Victorian Cultural Backgrounds: Aestheticism and Decadence course at Arizona State University in the Summer 1998 term.
This site has been listed as a USA Today Hot Site since 8 June 1998.
This site was the subject of an academic study given at the Getting Ready for the
Nineteenth Century: Strategies and Solutions for Rare Book and Special Collections Librarians conference Sponsored by The Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of American Library Association in Washington, D.C. on 23-26 June 1998.
The William Morris Society in the United States mentions this site in its July 1998 newsletter.
This site was selected for inclusion in the University of Wisconsin--Madison InterNIC Scout Report for Social Sciences on 14 July 1998.
This site was selected as a WebToday Best of the Web site on 22 July 1998.
This site became part of the Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on 1 August 1998.
This site has been listed and reviewed on Patrick Leary's Victorian Research Web since 18 September 1998.
This site was awarded the Links2Go Key Resource Award on 9 November 1998.
Professor Martin Danahay uses this site as part of his literature course (ENGL4332--The Victorians) at the University of Texas at Austin.
This site was selected for inclusion in the BBC Education Web Guide on 13 January 1999.
On 18 January 1999, I was awarded a fellowship from the William Morris Society in the United States to help complete this site.
This site has been listed in the Yonks Historical Timeline since
1 May 1999.
This site was reviewed in the September 1999 issue of The Well e-zine.
This site has been a web resource for Harcourt Brace's Gardner's Art through the Ages (10th ed.) since 23 September 1999.
This site was given the Study Web Academic Excellence Award on 28 September 1999.
This site was given two stars by the Britannica-Newsweek Internet Guide on 7 October 1999.
This site was listed as a resource in the Chadwyck-Healey History Online research database on 27 April 2001.
This site was used as a resource in Professor Bill McKelvy's Fall 2005 course on "The Victorian Period" at Washington University in St. Louis.
Last update 26 September 2005.
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