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VOLUME 1 & 2 MAC FADDEN ‘S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHYSICAL CULTURE ( SIGNED)

Age: Completely Revised – 1920 Edition, Fifth Printing

Size: 7” x 10 1/8”

Rating: 8

Comments: This offering is for Volumes I and II (of five volumes) entitled Macfadden's Encyclopedia of Physical Culture. Volume one is devoted to the Anatomy and Phusiology of the Human Body and to the Relation of Diet to Health. It is missing the title page and is signed at the end of the preface “Yours for Health, Bernarr Macfadden” (original?). Volume two is devoted to the Relation of Excercises and Physical Training to Health and to the Cultivation of Physical Beauty”. Published by Physical Culture Publishing Company in NY. Illustrations and photograps, Both volumes total 1202 pages. The books are in very good condition with sound bindings and some light wear to the cloth bindings, tail and head caps and raised bands. No page staining or tears. Bernarr Macfadden (1868 – 1955) was the predecessor of Charles Atlas and Jack LaLanne, together they shaped the American cultural trend of obsession with diet, health and fitness.

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