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Fowler, O. S.
Fowler, Orson S.
Fowler, Orson Sguire
Fowler, Orson Squire
Fowler, Orson Squire (American designer, author, and social reformer, 1809-1887)
O. S. Fowler
Orson Squire Fowler
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Combe, Andrew (1797-1847)
Fowler, L. N. (1811-1896)
Fowler, Lorenzo Niles (1811-1896)
Hashizume, Kan'ichi (1820-1884)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Kirkham, Samuel
Kirkham, Samuel ([from old catalog])
McManus-Young Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Stern, Madeleine Bettina (1912-....))
橋爪, 貫一 (1820-1884)
Amativeness : embracing the evils and remedies of excessive and perverted sexuality.
Biographical, historical and incidental sketch of Ossian E. Dodge.
Christian mothers.
Creative and sexual science, or, Manhood, womanhood and their mutual interrelations love, its laws, power, etc. ... as taught by phrenology and physiology
Danjo no gimu
Dictionnaire biographique de la psychiatrie
Education and self-improvement, founded on physiology and phrenology; or, What constitutes good heads and bodies, and how to make them good, by enlarging deficiencies and diminishing excesses
Fowler's Phrenological instructor
Hereditary descent its laws and facts applied to human improvement
Home for all, or, the gravel wall and octagon mode of building new, cheap, convenient, superior and adapted to rich and poor
human science of phrenology
Illustrated self-instructor in phrenology and physiology; with one hundred engravings and a chart of the character
Laws of life
Life, its factors and improvement. [Prospectus]
Love and parentage applied to the improvement of offspring, including important directions and suggestions to lovers and the married concerning the strongest ties and the most momentous relations of life
maternity: or the bearing and nursing of children
Matrimony, as taught by phrenology and physiology
matrimony, or phrenology applied to the selection of companions
Memory and intellectual improvement applied to self-education and juvenile instruction
Paddle your own canoe
Phrenological controversy : answer to Vindex
Phrenology; a practical guide to your head
Phrenology proved, illustrated, and applied, accompanied by a chart embracing an analysis of the primary, mental powers in their various degrees of development, the phenomena produced by their combined activity, and the location of the phrenological organs in the head: together with a view of the moral and theological bearing of the science
Physiology, animal and mental: applied to the preservation and restoration of health of body and power of mind
Practical phrenologist and recorder and delineator of the character and talents of ... as marked by ... : a compendium of phreno-organic science
principles of physiology, The
Private lectures on perfect men, women and children, in happy families including gender, love, mating, married life, and reproduction, or paternity, maternity, infancy, and puberty
Religion, natural and revealed or, The natural theology and moral bearings of phrenology and physiology, including the doctrines taught and duties inculcated thereby, compared with those enjoined in the scriptures. Together with the phrenological exposition of the doctrines of a future state
Self-culture, and perfection of character including the management of youth
Synopsis of phrenology : and the phrenological developments, together with the character and talents of --- as given by --- with references to those pages of "Phrenology proved, illustrated and applied," in which will be found a full and correct delineation of the intellectual and moral character and manifestations of the above-named individual
Washington mirror : a weekly paper devoted to literature, Congressional, commercial, and local intelligence. Vol. II, no. 8, Saturday morning, November 28, 1835.
What everyone knew about sex; explained in the words of Orson Squire Fowler and other Victorian moralists
Works on phrenology, physiology, and kindred subjects.