The Psychology of Sleep


Hall, Bolton (1854-1938); Edward Moffat Weyer (Intro.)

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Hall, Bolton (1854-1938); Edward Moffat Weyer (Intro.). The Psychology of Sleep. New York: Moffat, Yard and Company | Printed by The Quinn & Boden Co. Press, 1916. First Edition, First Printing. pp. xiv, 305. Royal 8vo. 3/4 leather over gray cloth boards with gilt lettering, and rules to the spine. Black-and-white photographic frontispiece of the author. Light scuffing, fraying to spine ends and leather extremities. Internally, the contents remain remarkably bright, clean, and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, a very well-preserved presentation of this most unusual title concerned with an examination of sleep from both a philosophical, and physiological lens. Exceedingly rare in commerce in the present leather binding, and in this condition. Very Good +. Leather Bound. Bolton Hall (August 5, 1854 – December 10, 1938) was an American lawyer, author, and Georgist activist who worked extensively on behalf of the poor, and is widely credited with starting the “back-to-the-land” movement in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century. (#1860) $345.00