Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book, WM H. Wise & Co. Illustrated, Leather, 1st Ed, 1923


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Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book
Containing the Inspired And Inspiring Selections
Gathered During a Lifetime of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use

Printed and Made Into a Book by The Roycrofters, at Their Shops, in East Aurora, Erie County, New York State

Elbert Hubbard is the founder of the Arts & Crafts era Roycroft Press and an American icon in his approach to turn-of-the-cent American design. Although influenced by earlier European decor specifically that of William Morris, he was a visionary on Americanization of design. The influence of Hubbard and his Roycroft press was significant and his ideas became broadly popular, reaching its peak between 1900 & 1915. Hubbard came to influence even the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright & the future of American culture and aesthetics. The scrapbook distills many of his ideas derived from a lifetime of reading and study. Filled with fascinating excerpts, thoughts, quotations, and more.


Publisher: WM. H. Wise & Co., New York City
Copyright: 1923

Condition: This book is in fair condition. Leather. Rawhide pebbled binding is worn along edges and corners. The book is hole punched and meant to be bound together with string, but the original strings have since been lost and now it's being held together by just two. Some dressing would go a long way to restoring this much beloved and insightful book. Illustrated with black and white images and beautifully typeset. Text block is crisp and clean.

8.5" x 11"
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