An Inventory of His Literary File Photography Collection
|Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915
|Elbert Hubbard Literary File Photography Collection
|Twenty-four photographs, the majority of which are portraits of Elbert Hubbard (American, 1856-1915), author, publisher, philosopher, and founder of the the Roycroft arts and crafts community in East Aurora, New York.
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|Elbert Hubbard Literary File Photography Collection (PH-02936). Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
|Mary Foster and Susan McClellan, 2006
Scope and Contents
|The collection consists of 24 pictures (23 photographic prints and 1 photogravure), the majority of which are portraits of Elbert Hubbard (American, 1856-1915), author, publisher, philosopher, and founder of the the Roycroft arts and crafts community in East Aurora, New York. Item 997:0079:0126 was removed from a copy of Hubbard's Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Orators Beecher (East Aurora, N.Y.: Roycrofters, 1903) that is located in the Center's library (call number PN 4012 H7 1903 HRC). An index at the end of this guide lists photographers whose work is featured in this file. Further descriptions of some items may be available in a card catalog in the repository.
|This file forms a part of the Literary Files Photography Collection that is comprised of photographs and albums withdrawn from the libraries and/or papers of literary figures, and generally includes portraits and images collected by or of those figures.
|Associated and related material by and about Hubbard can be found in the Center's library, the Elbert Hubbard Collection (MS-02048), from which these materials were likely transferred, the J. C. (Julius Caesar) Strauss Photography Collection (PH-01446), and the Elbert Hubbard Art Collection (AR-00123).
|Hartmann, Arthur, 1881-1956.
|Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915.
|East Aurora (N.Y.).
|Roycroft Campus (East Aurora, N.Y.).
|Gelatin silver prints.