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Periodical: Impulse

Summary: From Pat Deveney's database:

Impulse, The.
An Aid to Effective Activity / A Pocket Magazine of Inspiration / Published in Behalf of the Competent Ones Who Would Make More Rapid Progress Along the Highway of Life.
1929--1930? Monthly, "periodically," bimonthly
Los Angeles, CA.
Editor: Franklin L. Graves / Franklyn Llewis.
Publisher: F.L Graves.
Succeeded by: The Scientific Forum (with Harry LaVerne Twining)-->Parapsychology Bulletin
1/1, April 1929-March 1930 (?)
32 pp., 25 cents.

Franklin L. Graves, (1880-1972), who usually styled himself as Franklyn Llewis, was an "Efficiency Counselor" who practiced and taught a form of auto-suggestion that promised "Sure Success Methods!," "Transforms timidity into Courage," etc. NYPL.

Issues:Impulse V1 N1 Apr 1929
Impulse V1 N2 May 1929

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