Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band. Friedrich S. Krauss.
Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.
Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.
Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.
Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.
Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.
Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.

Anthropophyteia Jahrbücher fur Folkloristische Erhebungen und Forschungen zur Entwicklunggeschichte der geschlechtlichen Moral. III Band.

Leipzig: Deutsche Verlagsactiengesellschaft, 1906. Hardcover. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering on front cover and spine, vi, 448, (7), 18, x pp bw plates. Good (plates 2 and 4 are missing from book, overall wear and staining to boards, hinges are loose but pages are still intact and readable. Book plate inside front cover). Item #177272

Text in German. Title translation: Anthropophyteia yearbooks for folkloristic surveys and research on the history of development of gender morality. This copy is number 622 of unknown number of copies printed. An early scientific journal devoted to erotica and sexual behavior. Includes bookplate of Samuel B. Woodward, "the medical superintendent of one of the first public hospitals for the mentally ill in the U.S. Dr. Woodward overcame then popular views of mental illness to champion compassionate, optimistic, and individualized treatments for patients. He believed mental illness was a somatic disease, not unlike other diseases. His approach, called 'moral therapy' consisted of kind, compassionate, individualized care that respected the patient as a human being. Dr. Woodward was also instrumental in the burgeoning field of psychatiry. He was a prolific writer and became the first president of the organization that would later become the American Psychiatric Association." -website.

OCLC: 11555737

Price: $225.00

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