Encyclopædia of Human Nature and Physiognomy
Encyclopædia of Human Nature and Physiognomy
Encyclopædia of Human Nature and Physiognomy
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Summary

Encyclopædia of
Human Nature
and Physiognomy.

Treating of every Characteristic, Both Good and Bad, of the Various Types of
MAN AND WOMAN
As They Exist, and as Manifested in Every Day Life, Giving
“The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing But The Truth.”

By PROF. A. E. WILLIS,
Lecturer, Physiognomist and Phrenologist.

Illustrated, Revised and Enlarged.

Chicago:
Loomis & Co., Publishers,
1890.

References

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To the Gazette.
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