Women's Work

Cover design by Dard Hunter

Picture and commentary courtesy of Dick Blacher

Woman's Work

Being an Inquiry and an Assumption

 by Alice Hubbard, 1908

  Like Denslow, Dard Hunter epitomized the Hubbard work ethic. His truly prodigious output and instantly recognizable style has been thoroughly researched and documented. Included here are some lesser-known examples of the incorporation of his designs into other productions of the Roycroft Print Shop.
Frederick Kranz execution of this modeled leather binding, in my opinion, perfectly reflects the wheat motif Dard Hunter designed for the this book.

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