Birmingham [AL]: The Quick Printery, nd [ca.1913?]. Broadsheet, printed on both sides, on stiff card stock. 30 cm. Caption title, followed by a portrait illustration of Prof. A. Latiff, Hindu Seer, Powerful Healer, Clairvoyat and Scientist. The phrase "Man Know Thy Self" is printed above his image. Two columns of text, each 31 lines, followed by the address and hours of the Professor's offices at 1524 7th Avenue, North in Birmingham" "Ladies' Maid Always in Attendance." Verso repeats the portrait illustration, with caption title, "Latiff New Method of Drugless Healing For Men and Women," followed by several lines of text. Small hole at top of sheet, a few ink spots, and overall toning, old fold lines, else a good copy.
In addition to telling his visitor's future and answering life's questions, Prof. Latiff offers his Psycho-Magnetic Treatment without Apparatus of Drugs to "build brains, superb energetic bodies, developing great nervous force, strong muscles, vigorous heart, creating a perfect circulation, permanently eradicating constipation, indegestion, dyspepisa, nervousness... lack of ambition... [etc.]." The circular advises people to "[c]ome in and have a talk and let me explain to you the correct road to health. Bring this bill and save half price." Item #64734
Polk's City Directory for Birmingham, Alabama in 1913, lists A. Latiff, clairvoyant, at 1524 7th Ave. and the Quick Printing Co. at 1521 3rd Ave. No listings found on OCLC for Prof. Latiff, or for the Quick Printery (or the Quick Printing Co.).