Toledo, OH: Belmont Institute, n.d. [1940s]. 19 mimeographed pages. VG+ pictorial covers, light soiling and toning to edges and rusting at staples at top edge; internally a touch of toning.
Belmont lays out tricks of memorization, recall, and concentration: “It is the wish of the author to acquaint the reader with a series of thinking exercises that will make possible quickly accomplishing many mental feats long regarded as ‘impossible’ or a ‘gift’ that few were endowed with.” He also promises that students “after mastering ‘Miracle Memory’ can present a series of demonstrations at Lodges, Clubs, Night Clubs, Picnics and similar places that will build popularity and respect for their mental ability.” Together with a second variant copy, this one lacking the title page. Unrecorded in OCLC, and no copies in commerce or auction records. Item #471