N. pl. Doubleday, Page & Company for Review of Reviews Company, 1916. xvii, 266p., cover slightly worn, first published in 1914.
"Along with some commonsensical remarks based on experience, the books notable for the mishmash of phrenological nonsense which provides the 'scientific' theoretical framework for selecting and assigning employees. Racist formulations by anthropologists and medical people are quoted, extending into serious comparisons between the fair and dark complexioned Norwegians." *Miller & Coghill, The historical sources of personnel work. Ithaca, 1961. p. 24.