Here’s a great starter item for the Roycroft collector. The Note Book of Elbert Hubbard contains “ottoes, epigrams, short essays, passages, graphic saying and preachments, coined from a life of love, laughter and work, gathered together by Elbert Hubbard II.” “Done into a book by and produced by the Roycrofters at their shops” and copyright 1927 by the Roycrofters, but the publisher on the title page is Wm. M. Wise.
Oversized, 208 pages plus index, pages in excellent condition, fragile paper cover with some wear. Partial dust jacket also included. Many full page, frameable mottos. A very nice way to learn more about the enigmatic founder of the Arts and Crafts movement in America, Elbert Hubbard.