Sources of Information
As I said at the outset I am interested in gaining more information about Charles S. Hall. If you are aware of the locations of any more of his carvings, knowledge of his connection to the Daytona Beach Millwork Co. and St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Morvaia, NY, or are interested in sharing your comments regarding the Master Carver of the Roycroft please contact me at email@example.com. The sources of information I have found so far include:
- Roycroft Collectables by Charles F. Hamilton, ISBN 1-881099-04-0 (available at the Hubbard Museum).
- Images of America—The Roycroft Campus by Robert Rust and Kitty Turgeon, ISBN 0-7524-1344-9 (available at the Hubbard Museum).
- The Elbert Hubbard Museum, 363 Oakwood Ave., East Aurora, NY 14052
- Original copy of Charles Hall photographs located in an album at the Hubbard Museum, East Aurora, NY.
- Shadow Carving, a 1930 publication of the Roycroft. I can send you (for a small fee to cover printing and postage) a copy of the Shadow Carving brochure or the original Charles Hall photograph album if you e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- David Rago, RagoArts Auctions, Lambertville, NJ
- Seventeenth Century Wood Carvings...in the Modern Home, a copy of a brochure sent by Jeannie Ebert—Elbert Hubbard Museam, East Aurora, NY.
- Halifax Historical Museum, Daytona Beach, Florida
- Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Special Collections Department
- Head, Heart and Hand—Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters, Marie Via and Marjorie R. Searl, University of Rochester Press, ISBN 9-781878-822444
- The Roycrofter magazine, July and October 1930 issues
Thanks for visiting this on-going investigation of Charles S. Hall—Master Carver of the Roycroft.
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