The Elbert G. Hubbard Collection consists of personal papers, books, and serials printed at the Roycrofter Press in East Aurora, New York, with many of the titles authored by Elbert G. Hubbard. Hubbard founded the Roycroft community in 1895, a reformist community of craft workers and artists which formed part of the Arts and Crafts movement in the United States. 

The Finding Aid describes one archival box, The Hubbard Press, with manuscripts and memorabilia relating to the Roycrofter Colony and Elbert G. Hubbard.  Of particular note, the collection includes photographs, manuscripts, checks, advertisements, subscription forms, and letters by and about the Roycrofter Press and the Hubbard family.  

Finding Aid: Elbert G. Hubbard collection.
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See also the Villanova Digital Library Hubbard Collection.