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Phrenology Chart, 14 January 1840–A

DEVELOPMENTS OF
<Mr. Joseph Smith jr’s>
HEAD.
<Alimentivenes[s]><9>
Destructiveness, - -<11>
Amativeness, - - -<16>
Philoprogenitiveness,<16>
Adhesiveness, - - -<15>
<Inhabitivenes[s]> <15>
Concentrativeness, -<13>
Combativeness, - - -<12>
Secretiveness, - - -<10>
Acquisitiveness, - -<12>
Constructiveness, - -<14>
Cautiousness, - - -<13>
Approbativeness, - -<15>
Autotimetiveness, - -<17>
Benevolence, - - -<16>
Veneration, - - -<16>
Firmness, - - - - -<18>
Conscientiousness, -<15>
Hope, - - - - - -<14>
Marvellousness, - -<14>
Ideality, - - - - -<10>
Mirthfulness, - - -<15>
Imitation, - - - -<12>
<Sublimity><11>
Individuality, - - -<19>
Configuration, - - -<17>
Size, - - - - - -<18>
Weight, - - - - -<12>
Coloring, - - - -<15>
Locality, - - - -<18>
Order, - - - - -<9>
Number, - - - - -<13>
Eventuality, - - -<18>
Time, - - - - - -<16>
Tune, - - - - - -<12>
Language, - - - -<15>
Comparison, - - - -<12>
Causality, - - - -<15>
Dr. [Alfred] WOODWARD’S Office,
No. 325 Race Street. Philad[elphi]a.
Geddes, printer, 112 Chesnut st. [p. [1]]
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Alfred Woodward, phrenology chart, Philadelphia, PA, 14 Jan. 1840; printed form with manuscript insertions probably in handwriting of Alfred Woodward; one page; JS Collection, CHL. Includes endorsement.

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