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Dakers, Caroline (2013) Round about a great estate: the Morrisons at Fonthill since 1829. Sarum Chronicle Recent historical research on Salisbury & district, 13. pp. 80-97. ISSN 1475-1844

Dakers, Caroline (2011) The Morrison archives. Business Archives (103). pp. 41-51. ISSN 0007-6538 Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2010) Furniture and interior decoration for James and Alfred Morrison. Furniture History: The Journal of the Furniture History Society, XLVI. pp. 189-216. ISSN 00163058

Dakers, Caroline (2001) Yours affectionately, Angelo. The letters of Edward Burne-Jones and Frances Horner. British Art Journal. pp. 16-21. ISSN 14672006 Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2011) A genius for money: business, art and the Morrisons. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT. ISBN 9780300112207

Book Section

Dakers, Caroline (2005) James Morrison (1789-1857), 'Napoleon of Shopkeepers,' Millionaire Haberdasher, Modern Entrepreneur. In: Fashion and Modernity. Berg , Oxford, pp. 17-32. ISBN 1845200276 Item not available online.

Conference, Symposium or Workshop Item

Dakers, Caroline (2015) Madeline Wyndham of Clouds and Mabel Morrison of Fonthill, two Victorian ladies of Wiltshire. Powerful or powerless? In: 13th Annual Historic Houses of Ireland Conference: Women and the Country House, 11 - 12 May 2015, Maynooth University, Ireland. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2015) Recovering Fonthill. In: The Past in its Place, 17 - 18 April 2015, Buckfast Abbey, Devon. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Fit for purpose: the Victorian artist's studio-house as public and private space. In: Victorians Like Us 2nd International Conference - The Victorian Household: Power, Policies, Practices, 26 - 29 November 2014, University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies (ULICES), Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Excessive behaviour and extraordinary collections: William Beckford and Alfred Morrison, two nineteenth-century millionaire collectors. In: Gold in/and Art, 18 - 19 September 2014, Musée Paul-Dupuy, Toulouse, France. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Dickens’ America: alternative readings. In: Dickens Landscapes: Dickens Fellowship 19th Annual Dickens Society Symposium , 8-10 July 2014, Domaine de Sagnes, Beziers, France. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Fact into fiction in the country house novel: who was the model for Charles Ryder? In: The Country House in Britain, 1914-2014, 6-8 June 2014, University of Newcastle, Department of English. Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2014) The Countryside at War 1914-1918. In: Series of lectures at University of Chichester to coincide with exhibition at the Otter Gallery From Fields to Factories: Womens Work on the Home Front in the First World War, 26 March 2014, University of Chichester.

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Dakers, Caroline (2013) Gendered collecting? An examination of the personalities,the taste and the displays of two 19th century collectors. In: The Gendered Interior in Nineteenth-Century Art, 20 Nov 2013, University of Bern, Switzerland.

Dakers, Caroline (2013) Land Agents in fact and fiction: James Coombs and James Morrison/Caleb Garth in Middlemarch. In: The Land Agent: past, present and future, 1-2 July 2013, Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire (University of Leicester). Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2013) A different sort of Grand Tour: the blending of culture and commerce by a proto-European entrepreneurial and ambitious London haberdasher in 1826-1827. In: The Global and the Local (NAVSA, BAVS, AVSA conference), 3-6 June 2013, Ca'Foscari University of Venice.

Dakers, Caroline (2013) Trans-Atlantic Exchange: the impact of cultural and commercial relationships forged in North America between 1836-1857 by the London tradesman and banker James Morrison. In: Britain and the World (British Scholar Society), University of Texas at Austin, USA. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2012) James Morrison 1789-1857 a model millionaire? In: Hard Cash: money, property, economics and the marketplace in Victorian Popular Culture, 11-12 July 2012, Institute for English Studies, University of London (Victorian Popular Fiction Association). Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2012) Size Matters: the extraordinary collection of Alfred Morrison, Victorian Maecenas. In: Picturing the Nineteenth Century (INCS 2012), 22-25 March 2013, University of Kentucky, USA. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline, Nineteenth Century Studies Association (2011) James Morrison millionaire model and model millionaire. In: Money/Myths, 03-06 March 2011, Albuquerque, NM USA. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline, University College London (2010) J.B.Papworth, Bloomsbury architect. In: Bloomsbury Day: A Celebration of Bloomsbury Past and Present, 12 March 2010, London, UK. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2010) John Buonarotti Papworth, architect-designer in pre-Victorian London. In: Bloomsbury Day, March 2010. (Unpublished) Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2010) The collection of James Morrison 1789-1857, merchant, financier and the richest commoner in 19th century Britain. In: Institute d’Etudes Superieures des Arts Conference, January 2010, Musee Cernuschi, Paris. (Unpublished) Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2009) J.B.Papworth and his patron James Morrison. In: Bloomsbury Project conference, 2009, Wellcome Institute, London. (Unpublished) Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2007) Letters from a 19th Century Merchant on the Grand Tour 1826-1827. In: International Society of Cultural Historians, 2007, University of Ghent. (Unpublished) Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2001) Peeps, shows and chats: the promotion of artists in Late-Victorian London and The Artist as Celebrity in Victorian London. In: Locating the Victorians , Science Museum/Imperial College London. Item not available online.

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