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Never-Told Tales Reviews
I found a copy of this book in a box filled with my great-great grandparents' belongings. My copy contains a sticker indicating that this book may have been used as a class reference or class textbook. Why my great great grandparents would have needed a book of STD warnings/stories for chiropractic school, I'll never know.Anyway, I found this book well-written. It was a pretty easy read--I could have finished the whole thing in an hour if I'd put my mind to it.Lastly, regarding the final tale: I spent a few hours and used my Google-fu expertise to come up with a list of Swiss professors/chemists who might fit the description of the man mentioned. Based on a combination of knowing what patents the character eventually claimed, as well as by comparing the narrative timeline to the date the book was written, I believe this is the story of Traugott Sandmeyer. Unfortunately, I can't find any evidence to support that he spent time in New York. Worth a read, by the way.