Gangster Stories - January 1932.
Found here.
1923 Max Factor Beauty Calibrator
This measuring device enabled Hollywood make-up artists  to pinpoint where facial corrections needed to be made.
Found here.
1923 Max Factor Beauty Calibrator
This measuring device enabled Hollywood make-up artists  to pinpoint where facial corrections needed to be made.
Found here.
Phrenological chart by Dr. John William Taylor.
Found here.
Another book by Jacques Penry…
Looking at faces and remembering them. A guide to facial identification (1971)
Following the Penry-method of facial  classification, one could cleanse society of “criminals,  mental deficits, neurasthenics and vocational misfits.”
Found here.
From How to Judge Character from the Face by Jacques Penry.
“To give you some idea of the scientific worth of this book, the man  depicted is Jacques Penry himself - who obviously seemed to hold himself  up as some sort of paragon of physical as well as psychological  perfection.”
Above quote and image found here.
The new and novel game PHYSOGS (1930). Invented by Jacques Penry, the author of “How to Judge Character from the Face”.Players have to build up faces that do not clash in temperament.
Found here.
The new and novel game PHYSOGS (1930).Players have to build up faces that do not clash in temperament.
Found here.
The new and novel game PHYSOGS (1930).Players have to build up faces that do not clash in temperament.
Found here.
A melancholy or mournful type From A Book of Make-up.
Found here.
A pair of eyes expressing the character of a solid  thinker, unhurried, yet intrepid if required.
From J.C. Lavater, Essays on Physiognomy, trans. Henry Hunter, London 1789-1798.
Found at the Wellcome Collection.
Age and senility From A Book of Make-up.
Found here.