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Balch, Davis Arnold. Elbert Hubbard: Genius of Roycroft. New York: F.
A. Stokes, Co.: 1940.

Beisner, Robert L. "'Commune' in East Aurora." American Heritage 22
(Feb 1971): 72-77, 106-9.

Berman, Avis. "AD Travels: Inside the Roycrofter's World: The Arts and
Crafts Era Survives in Western New York." Architectural Digest 52 (March
1995): 62+.

Bohdan, Carol. "Arts and Crafts Copperware." American Art & Antiques
2/2 (Mar-Apr 1979): 108-115.

"The Roycrofters of East Aurora; An Episode in American Arts and
Crafts." Connoisseur 203/187 (Mar 1980): 209-216.

Book of Roycrofters: Being a Catalog of Copper, Leather and Books
(The). East Aurora, N.Y.: House of Hubbard, 1977. Reprint of 1919 sales
catalog.

Boris, Eileen. "Art and Labor: John Ruskin, William Morris, and the
Craftsman Ideal in America, 1876-1915." (Ph.D. Dissertation, Brown
University, 1981).

Brady, Linda Hubbard. Roycroft Handmade Furniture. Boston: Bulfinch
Press, 1981.

Brady, Nancy Hubbard. Roycroft Handmade Furniture: A Facsimile of a
1912 Catalog With Other Related Material Added. East Aurora, N. Y.: House of
Hubbard, 1973.

Brady, Nancy Hubbard, ed. The Book of the Roycrofters, Being a Catalog
of Copper, Leather and Books. East Aurora, N.Y.: House of Hubbard, 1977.
Facsimile of two catalogs, 1909-1916.

Caruthers, J. Wade. "Elbert Hubbard: A Case of Re-Interpretation."
Connecticut Review 1 (Oct 1967): 67-77.

Cathers, David M. Furniture of the American Arts and Crafts Movement -
Stickley and Roycroft Mission Oak. New York: New American Library, 1981.

Champney, Freeman. Art and Glory: The Story of Elbert Hubbard. New
York: Crown Publishers, 1968.


Clark, Robert Judson. The Arts and Crafts Movement in America,
1876-1916. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1972.

"Design: Light Fixtures of Copper and Oak Are Shining Examples of Arts
and Crafts." Los Angeles Times, February 19, 1994, pp. N-9.
http://www.elibrary.com/. February 1996.

Dirlam, Kenneth H. and Ernest E. Simmons. Sinners, This is East
Aurora: The Story of Elbert Hubbard and the Roycroft Shops. New York:

Vantage Press, 1964.

Edwards, Robert. "The Roycrofters," In Nineteenth Century Furniture:
Innovation, Revival and Reform. (New York: Art and Antiques, 1982): 104-111.

Edwards, Robert. "The Roycrofters; Their Furniture and Crafts." Art &
Antiques 4/6 (Nov-Dec 1981): 80-87.

Ewald, Richard. "Roycroft Furniture: At the Roots of Arts-and-Crafts."
Fine Woodworking 88 (May/June 1991): 90-3.

Farrar, Francis. The Book of the Roycrofters. East Aurora, N. Y.:
Roycrofters, 1907.

Forbes, Christopher. "All's Well that Sells Well (Elbert Hubbard)."
Art and Antiques 6 (Oct 1989): 124-8+.

Fra (The). East Aurora, N.Y., 1980-1917. A Roycrofter Magazine.

Gray, Stephan, ed. The Roycrofters: A Catalog of the Roycrofters
Featuring Metalwork and Lighting Fixtures. New York: Turn of the Century
Editions, 1989.

Hamilton, Charles F. As Bees in Honey Drown: Elbert Hubbard and the
Roycrofters. South Brunswick: A. S. Barnes, 1973.

Hamilton, Charles F. Little Journeys to the Homes of Roycrofters. East
Aurora, N. Y.: S-G Press, 1963.


Hamilton, Charles F. Roycroft Collectibles. San Diego: A. S. Barnes
and Co., 1980.

"Head, Heart and Hand: Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters." Museum
News 73 (Sept/Oct 1991): 15.

Hunter, Dard. My Life with Paper. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1958.

Hunter, Dard. "The Lost Art of Making Books." Miscellany 2 (1915).

Kaplan, Wendy. "The Art that is Life": The Arts and Crafts Movement in
America, 1875-1920. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1987.

Knapp, Rebecca. "Head, Heart, and Hand (Elbert Hubbard and the
Roycrofters: Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, New York:
Traveling Exhibit)." Art and Antiques 16 (Feb 1995): 69.

Koch, Robert. "Elbert Hubbard's Roycrofters as Artist-Craftsmen."
Winterthur Portfolio, 3 (1967): 67-82.

Ledes, Allison Eckardt. "Elbert Hubbard's Roycroft Community." The
Magazine Antiques 146 (Dec 1994): 734+.

MacDonald, Carol. "Reviving the Roycroft Spirit." Americana 14
(July/Aug 1986): 34-8.

McConnell, Kevin. Roycroft Art Metal. West Chester, Pa.: Schiffer
Publ., 1990.

McKenna, Paul. A History and Bibliography of the Roycroft Printing
Shop. North Tonawanda, N. Y.: Tona Graphics, 1986.

Petty, J. F. "The Webpage of the Roycrofters."
http://www.mindspring.com/~jfpetty/. February 1996.

Philistine (The). East Aurora, N. Y. 1895-1915. A Roycroft magazine.

"Roycroft Ideals and Cabinet Making." Wood Craft 4 (Oct 1905): 11,
13-14.

Shay, Felix. Elbert Hubbard of East Aurora. New York: Wise and Co.,
1926.

Turgeon, Kitty and Robert C. Rust. "Collecting 'Fit for A King':
Defining Roycroft." Antiques and Collecting Hobbies 94 (Oct 1989): 75-7.

Vidler, Virginia. "Hubbard's Roycroft," Antiques Journal, 24 (July
1969): 10-12.

Wolfe, Richard J. and Paul McKenna, Louis Herman Kinder and Fine
Bookbinding in America: A Chapter in the History of the Roycroft Shop.
Newtown, Pa.: Bird and Bull Press, 1985

 

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