Chicago: National School of Footology, 1960. Cloth. 8vo. Red cloth. Many diagrams and photographs, several in full color. 159 pp., of which 27 pp. are advertisements for Dr. Scholl's products.
Minor edge wear. Student's information filled in on title page. Tight and clean.
This is a very curious book, a textbook with review questions about "footology," which is closer to what we might call reflexology than to podiatry. This was evidently a component of a mail-order certification course by foot care brand Dr. Scholl's which cost $50. Based on a cursory reading and the prominent place of advertisements in the text, it seems that the primary duty of the licensed footologist was to sell Dr. Scholl's brand products. Near fine. Item #1505