Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, . 32mo, saddle-stapled cream wraps. Gibbs 228b, in the sixth noted binding.
A somewhat scarcer title in the series, as this was a crowded number - this book replaced Huxley's Aphorisms, and was succeeded by Ellis's more popular title Diderot. Three essays by Ellis are matched with Viereck's scarce text on Magnus Hirschfeld's Sex Institute, before it was destroyed by the Nazis.
Near fine with minor toning and a light crease to back cover. Item #30707