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Page 37 - JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF Great Reformers Written by Elbert Hubbard and done into a Printed Book by The • Roycrofters at their Shop which is in East Aurora, Erie Co., New York AUGUST, MCMVII THE Right Hon. Baronet
Page 127 - JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF Great Reformers Written by Elbert Hubbard and done into a Printed Book by The Roycrofters at their Shop which is in East Aurora, Erie Co., New York
Page 119 - attached, Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Turkish Baths, Running Water, Art Gallery, Chapel, Camp in the Woods, Library, Music Room, Ballroom, Garden and Wood Pile ^ There are Classes and Lectures covering the following subjects: Art, Music, Literature, Physiology, Nature-Study, History and Right Living, Daily walks and talks a-field—trips to the Woods, Lake, Roycroft Camp, etc.
Page 146 - Great as was my previous esteem for the qualities of this people, I find myself in love with their intelligence, their sincerity, and the decorous self-respect that actuates all classes. The very genius of activity seems to have found its fit abode in the souls of this restless and energetic race.
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