Prof. Ingalls DREAM BOOK... [Gives answers to all your dreams... Will my dreams come true?]
Ingalls posted a notice of its publication in "The Billboard" in 1937, presumed contemporary or slightly later, some other products advertised on the last page. 8 leaves of orange paper stapled at the top edge; pictorial cover sheet (no rear wrap, as issued). Some creasing and age toning, Very Good. An alphabetical guide to the mysterious imagery of your dreams. Lettuce: you can overcome your difficulties. Scissors: false friends. Eyebrows: unimportant but fortunate events. Hammock: the sign of a small loss. Kind of wonderful, very much ridiculous. Rare publication from the self-styled "Professor" who also published a guide to reading tea leaves, but really met success with his "Ingalls Wonderful Zodiac Fortune Telling Cards." Unrecorded in OCLC.