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01/20/2019 12:47 PM
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BOOK-“ATLAS OF MEN” BY W.H. SHELDON

Age: 1954

Size: 9 5/8” x 12 1/2”

Rating: 8

Comments: This is a very amazing book written by William H. Sheldon (Columbia University) and is entitled “Atlas of Men”. It is published in New York by Gramercy Publishing Company, Copyright, 1954, by Harper & Brothers. Library of Congress catalog card number: 53-5450. The book presents the fundamental “building blocks” on which the far-reaching science of Constitutional Psychology is based. These “building blocks” consist of photographs representing front, side and rear views of 1,175 men photographed in identical postures. These 1,175 men, in the degree and kind of their physical variations, provide examples of the diversity of “Somatotypes”. Back 65 years ago, Dr. Sheldon introduced his new approach to the study of human physique and human behavior in several other books. This book is a must see! It is in good condition with no bent pages, stains or tears. Dust jacket has tears and is rated a 7.

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