Elbert Hubbard - American writer

Elbert Green Hubbard was an American writer, publisher. Hubbard wrote a critique of War, edited published two magazines, the the Philistine Fra, was the main speaker at the annual meeting in 1908 and built the Roycroft Inn. Hubbard became a cult figure on both local, national levels, adopted the design, is known as the founder of the Roycroft artisan community and had learned about Flying Hawk. Hubbard wrote of the disaster, had pleaded on guilty 11 January, 1913 in the court. The Hubbard children attended the local, public school, a small building. The Roycrofters produced if handsome, eccentric books. Roycroft products were stamped with the Roycroft name. The Monroe Fordham Regional History Center established at Buffalo State College by former President Muriel Howard. The mission is sustained through collaboration with community groups.

American writer, Publisher, Main speaker at the annual meeting in 1908, Prominent writer, Publisher

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