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Thinking for Results

Story of a Lifetime

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Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; good with wear to covers, binding bit loose
Materials:
paper
Size:
6" L x 4" W x 0.5" H
Color/Finish:
green/marbled

Why We Love This

Thinking for Results, by Christian D. Larson. Antique, published 1912 by the New Literature Company. Self-improvement suggestions. Hardcover without jacket. 132 pages without illustration. Petite-sized. Green cloth boards with marbled paper overlay front and back. Condition is good with wear to covers and edges, binding slightly loose at title page. An early example of self-help literature.
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About Story of a Lifetime

Story of a Lifetime has been finding and sharing vintage books since 2002. Whether it's an original Girl Scout manual, a tale set on the Isle of Capri, or that classic by Hawthorne you always meant to read, our vast collection ensures something wonderful for everyone. Our editions are just waiting to be discovered—and rediscovered.