Pictures and commentary courtesy of Paul Jackson
Being Ten Stories and One More
by Elbert Hubbard, 1910
This book measures 7 1/4" x 4 3/4" and has 132 pages plus colophon. The text body is Scotch Roman printed on Japan Vellum. The regular edition of this book was bound in various manners including; paper over boards with a paper label, Alicia and full suede and printed on Roycroft handmade paper. The modeled leather edition shown above and the 3/4 Levant edition are not listed in McKenna, both were printed on Japan Vellum. The title page, text initials and tailpieces were designed by Dard Hunter. The book also contains a photogravure of Elbert Hubbard. The binding is believed to be by Frederick Kranz but it is unsigned.
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