|Author||Hubbard, Elbert, 1856-1915.|
|Date Added||3 January 2013|
|Publisher||East Aurora, NY : Roycroft Shops.|
|Source||Hubbard Papers and Photographs|
OH 1/14/14 1p. "The less you require looking after, the more able you are to stand alone and complete your tasks, the greater your reward. Then, if you can not only do your work, but directl intelligently and effectively the efforts of others, your reward is in exact ration, the more people you direct, and the higher the intelligence you can rightly lend, the more valuable is your life." Hubbard's motto can be found in: "The motto book; being a catalogue of epigrams. East Aurora, N.Y., The Roycrofters, 1914, p. 23."