Jim Holzschuh

My name is Jim Holzschuh jim@grandisleartworks.com (proud grandpa to your left) and I have long had an interest in wood carving and the work of Charles S. Hall, master wood carver at the Roycroft. I have one of his pieces and recently became more involved in gathering additional information about Hall and his work. The information presented in this website is the result of that investigation—which is, by the way, a work in progress. If you have additional info, comments or just want to share your thoughts on Hall and his carvings please feel free to e-mail me at jim@grandisleartworks.com.

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Charles S. Hall at work in 1930
Hall Intro Short Introduction to Charles Hall and my Quest for Information
Roycroft History A Brief History of Elbert Hubbard and the Roycroft to May, 1915
Elbert Hubbard II Elbert Hubbard II and the Roycroft from 1915 to 1938
Coming to the Roycroft Charles Hall Came to the Roycroft in 1928
Carving Tools Charles Hall's Carving Tools - Found at the Elbert Hubbard Museum in East Aurora
Hall's Photo Album Charles S. Hall's Personal Photo Album
1927 Motor Coach with Carved Interior 1927 Motor Coach with Carved Interior
Connection to Daytona Beach Charles Hall's Connection to Daytona Beach, FL
Advertisements Advertisements from a 1930 Roycrofter Magazine
Shadow Carving Shadow Carving Brochure
Half-Carved Chest Half-Carved Chest Today
Hubbard Hill Carving at Hubbard Hill
Carvings for Sale Hall's Carvings at Auction and for Sale
Carving in Central New York Carving in Central New York
To Be Done Future Investigations
Resources Resources and Contributors
Charles Hall's ObituaryTest Page Charles Hall's Obituary