Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 248 pages
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It took over 4,000 years to write this book! Contains a storehouse of human wisdom gathered from over 500 master thinkers who contributed over 1,000 illuminating passages to this book. Necessary for daily upliftment and spiritual refreshment. All your favorite authors are here. "The less people speak of their greatness, the more we think of it."-Bacon.

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Review: Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use

User Review  - Ronda Jean - Goodreads

My copy of this book orignally belonged to my grandmother and was passed to me by my mother. I am a third generation lover of Mr. Hubbard's collection of ideas, prose and quotes. This book is a ... Read full review

Review: Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use

User Review  - Karey - Goodreads

I came across an old paper edition of this in a used bookstore in Maine. I loved it and gave it away to a friend. I didn't know it was going to be so hard to find another used copy. Then, when my Aunt ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Elbert Hubbard was born in 1859 in Bloomington, Illinois, and never received more than a grade-school education. A self-made man in many respects, Hubbard filled in the gaps in his knowledge through voracious reading, a passion which became manifest in the founding of the Roycroft Shop, a publishing house specializing in deluxe bindings. He wrote a series of 182 biographies under the series title Little Journeys to Homes of the Great and also published two magazines, The Philistine and The Fra, producing much of the content himself. Elbert Hubbard and his wife, Alice, were traveling to England on the Lusitania and went down with the ship when it was struck by a German torpedo on May 7th, 1915.

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