Girard KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1938. 32p., staplebound 8.5x5.5 inch orange wraps, mildly edgeworn with a tiny chip at the tail of the spinefold, there are small stains above the title on the cover (faint damp spots and a more visible oil stain about an inch across), paperstock has browned but remains handleable. The cover also bears an alpha letter and code number in ink, perhaps the H-J series number usually printed in the same corner, thus done at the H-J bindery to supply a printer's omission. B 299 [? stock number? handwritten].
The longest essay, on Lincoln, is heavily influence by Eisenschiml's work.