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Mastering Fear

By: Preston Bradley

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Indianapolis, Bobbs Merrill Co.: 1935

Edition: 1st Edition

Inscription: Inscribed By Preston Bradley

Seller ID: wws7


Dr. Preston Bradley (1888-1983) was an American clergyman, author, and lecturer. He believed that ethics, religion, and economics could not be separated. As a follower of Henry George, he believed that ministers must be concerned with social justice, poverty, and civic wrongs. This liberal ideology guided his life and he has been viewed as a forceful liberal voice for reform. He was the founder and pastor of the Peoples Church in the Uptown Neighborhood of Chicago. Dr B... View more info

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Vidal Sassoon - A Year of Health and Beauty - Inscribed

By: Vidal SASSOON [inscribed]

Price: $40.00

Publisher: NY, Simon & Schuster: 1976

Edition: 1st Edition

Inscription: Inscribed By Vidal Sassoon

Seller ID: vs6


1976, approx 9.5x7 inches. A program of daily health and beauty-care techniques, activities, and pastimes intended for improved appearance and well-being. Written in 1976 by Vidal Sassoon and his wife Beverly, this book is a season-by-season guide to healthy living. The Sassoons recommend protein shakes, lots of yoga, and plenty of time in the sun. It is a fun read that is written in a relaxed style that has a continental / European tone. Nice condition. View more info

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Vintage Scrap Photo Book W/ 1940s Ladies Hair Styles

By: N/A

Price: $125.00

Publisher: 0

Seller ID: 22uu


In the '40s women were encouraged to use their hair to 'fix' any flaws in their face. If she had perfect, shiny hair with a good color, she should use it to frame her face. If she had a full face, she should use a 1940s hairstyle that piled hair on top of her head to distract from it. If a thin face was her problem, her hairstyle should be down and over her ears to make it look wider. All of these suggestions contributed to a variety to hairstyles in 1940s. ... View more info