Trade catalogs of schools and school supplies, 1871-1955.


American College of Mechano-Therapy. Trade catalogs of schools and school supplies, 1871-1955.

Trade catalogs of schools and school supplies, 1871-1955.

Pamphlets, catalogs, brochures, prospectuses, and newsletters of schools, correspondence courses, and books on criminology, languages, medicine, chiropractic, physical and mental therapies, optometry, self-improvement, hypnotism, mind control, mining, and other miscellaneous subjects.

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