Records. Human Life-Humidity (inclusive), 1909-1970.


Records. Human Life-Humidity (inclusive), 1909-1970.

Correspondence, clippings, articles, and promotional materials on HUMAN LIFE, a periodical which featured an article on the Mayo brothers, as well as medical advertising of varying quality, 1909; the Human Progress Association, operated by Gertrude Steele Chambers, a popular "applied psychology" lecturer, 1925-1938; Human Sciences Foundation, a research organization which solicited help from physicians, 1968-1970; and a sales promotion of humidifiers by a shadow organization called "Associated Research," 1961.

4 folders.

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