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Phrenology Chart, 14 January 1840–B

MEASUREMENTS OF THE HEAD
OF
<Mr. Joseph Smith jr.>
By
ALFRED WOODWARD, M.D.
FromToIns.
Occipital Spine, - -Individuality, - - -<8⅛>
Concentrativness, -Comparison, - - - -<6⅞>
Ear, - - - - - - - -Occipital Spine, -<4¾>
Ear, - - - - - - - -Individuality, - - -<5>
Ear, - - - - - - - -Firmness, - - - - -<5⅝>
Ear, - - - - - - - -Benevolence, - - -<5¾>
Destructiveness, -Destructiveness, -<5⅞>
Secretiveness, - - -Secretiveness, - - -<5¾>
Cautiousness, - - -Cautiousness, - - -<5⅝>
Constructiveness, -Constructiveness, -<4⅞>
Ideality, - - - - - -Ideality, - - - - - -<4½>
The following are the Measurements of Dr.  Spurzheim’s Head, which was of the largest class.
Occipital Spine to Individuality, 7⅞ inches;— Concentrativeness to Comparison, 7¼;—Ear to Oc cipital Spine, 4½;—Ear to Individuality, 5¼;— Ear to Firmness, 6½;—Ear to Benevolence, 6;— Destructiveness to do. 6¾;—Secretiveness to do.  6½;—Cautiousness to do. 5⅞;—Constructiveness  to do. 5½; and from Ideality to do. 5¾ inches.
Dr. WOODWARD’S Office,
No. 325 Race Street, above Ninth, Philadelphia.
Geddes, Printer, 112 Chesnut Street. [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; two pages; JS Collection, CHL. Includes endorsements.

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