Thomas Jefferson : a little journey / by Elbert Hubbard ; and an address by John J. Lentz, being two attempts to help perpetuate the memory & pass along the influence of the great American.
|Main Author:||Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915.|
|Other Authors:||Lentz, John J. 1856-1931.|
East Aurora, N.Y. : Roycrofters, 1906.
The article on Jefferson, by Hubbard, was published in the author's Little journeys to the homes of American statesmen, New York and London: 1898, (p. 223-258).
Colophon: "Here endeth the two articles on Thomas Jefferson, written by Elbert Hubbard and John J. Lentz, and printed with rubricated side-heads on Italian hand-made paper, by the Roycrofters, at their Shop, which is in East Aurora, Erie Co., New York, U. S. A., MCMVI."
"Thomas Jefferson the radical: address of Hon. John J. Lentz, of Columbus, Ohio, at the Roycroft Pavilion, East Aurora, New York, July Fourth, Nineteen Hundred Five.": p. 37-105.
"Done into a printed book by The Roycrofters at their Shop which is in East Aurora, New York, U.S.A., in the Year Nineteen Hundred Six."
105 p. :
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