Essays of Elbert Hubbard

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Essays of Elbert Hubbard

 by Elbert Hubbard, 1915

The book  measures 11 3/4" x 8 1/4" and has 312 pages. The text body is set in Cheltenham and printed in two colors on Roycroft handmade paper. The press work is by John Hall and the binding is by Charles Youngers. The typography was by Axel Sahlin and Charles Rosen. The red cloth binding and title page are unique, but the interior is exactly the same as The Liberators, 1915.  This variant of The Liberators is not listed in McKenna's bibliography

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