Mental Illness, Eight Volumes. Including: Clifford Whittingham Beers's A Mind that Found Itself, London: Longmans, Green, & Co., 1908, author's signed presentation copy, to Henry Galpin, 1908, publisher's cloth; L. Forbes Winslow's Mad Humanity, its Forms Apparent and Obscure, London: Pearson, 1898, illustrated, binding rubbed; Daniel Hack Tuke's Illustrations of the Influence of the Mind upon the Body, Philadelphia: Lea, 1873, octavo, publisher's cloth; Carl R. Rogers's The Clinical Treatment of the Problem Child, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, , cloth; S.J. Barrows's The Criminal Insane in the United States and in Foreign Countries, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1898, pamphlet; Gustav Storring's Mental Pathology in its Relation to Normal Psychology, London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co., 1907, octavo, cloth; Martin W. Barr and E.F. Maloney's Types of Mental Defectives, Philadelphia: Blakiston's Son & Co., , illustrated, full cloth; [and] Ribot's The Diseases of Personality, Chicago: Open Court Publishing, 1891, octavo, full cloth. (8)
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