Rock Island: Drifill Printing, N.d. (ca 1920s). Lucius describes himself as one possessed of "natural born intuitive powers of describing life conditions and diseases at sight...has won for himself the world-wide title of 'The Human Microscope,' as well as the permanent position of Examiner-in-Chief and Special Lecturer for the International Association of Vitology." Despite these accolades, Prof. Lucius apparently remained a humble man, as we note that the Offices of the Institute of Vitology were in a "Hotel Annex" on Prairie Street, and he was delivering his lectures out of his car on the streets of Galesburg. Handbill, 23cm x 15cm. Printed recto-only; portrait upper left. Printed handbill, with date and location of lecture completed by typewriter. Near Fine. (Inventory #: 29570)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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