Washington DC: Printed by the Mimeoform Press [for the author], 1933. x, 1008p., plus unpaginated appendix with graphs of "attacks" and 12 line-maps of the US showing "Itineraries" (presumably of patients during crises); the maps are overprinted in red to demonstrate routes taken by "cases I-V". First edition 11x8.5 inch black cloth boards spine-titled gilt; externally quite worn with a little fraying at head, tail and one corner-tip. Titling remains legible. Except for a slightly weak rear hinge, surprisingly sound for so large and, judging from the wear, much-referenced tome. Paperstock mildly toned, entirely clean and free of markings. A good-only copy.