Human Types - R. W. FirthThomas Nelson & Sons, 1950, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Good+ - in Poor DJ. Unlaminated DJ a little edgeworn and faded with loss at the head of the upper panel, head and tail of the spine. Gently bruised at head & tail of spine and corners. Edges of the textblock lightly tanned. Offset to the endpapers.
No. 11 in the series. Later printing [1938 thus]. Illustrated frontispiece. From the cover: “With improvements in communications bringing us into more rapid contact with distant lands, general interest has been aroused in the ways of life of their peoples. In a readable manner the author outlines recent developments in modem social anthropology, and demonstrates its uses in improving international relations. Most of the examples given are drawn from recent field-work, and do not appear in the usual textbooks; so far they have been available only in articles in periodicals. The author has much of interest to say on such controversial subjects as the brain capacities of different races, comparative codes of manners, and the ‘simple way of life of the savage’.”