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How To Choose Vocations From the Hands with 66 illustrations and charts

Title   How To Choose Vocations From the Hands with 66 illustrations and charts

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Good

Jacket Condition   Fair

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   USA Putnam 1932

ISBN Number    B000IMP5DW

Seller ID   522H0298

B000IMP5DW 336 pages. Fifty-nine black and white photos illustrate various features of the hands. "Shows how any parent can easily select the occupation for which a child is best fitted and prepare him for success. Shows how men and women entering college can prepare themselves for their best vocations, wasting no time on studies that will not contribute to their success. Selects definite positions in definite industries: every selection is concrete; there are no generalities. Over 4000 positions are listed in which different types of people can be successful. The result of thirty years of intensive study." - from dust jacket which also includes a glowing endorsement of the author and his work by James H. Canfield, formerly President of Ohio State University and Librarian at Columbia University. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy of this fascinating work.

Price = 695.00 USD


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