HOW TO STUDY STRANGERS BY TEMPERAMENT, FACE & HEAD - SIZER, 1st 1895, Phrenology
HOW TO STUDY STRANGERS BY TEMPERAMENT, FACE AND HEAD —By Dr. Nelson Sizer — 1st Edition / 1st Printing, 1895 — Phrenology, Psychology, Quack Medicine
Publisher: L.N. Fowler and Co., London (1895)
First edition from 1895, in well preserved condition. The boards and binding are solid and tight with very little shelfwear. The pages and numerous illustrations are crisp and clean. A step-by-step compendium using phrenology and psychology to "read people" without any interactive contact, based on simple physical observation. Topics Include: "Brain: Its Structure and Uses," "Skull Made Thin By Brain Activity," "Temperament: Its Influence on Character," "Balanced Temperaments," "Non-Balanced Temperaments," "The New Facial Angle," "Literary and Business Success," "Shapes of Hats and of Heads," "Talent and Culture," "Peculiar Organizations," "Great Historic Characters." 367 pages, and copiously illustrated. Embossed brown boards with black and gilt titling; gilt on spine.