Thirty five years have elapsed since Frank Farnon and Meyer Bloomfield started their project in Boston. The developments of those years have been lucidly presented in this book, and for anyone in the field this should prove an invaluable blueprint to the ""trial and error"" methods, the experiments, the growth. For the educator, the teacher, the counsellor, here is an authoritative guide, with a complete bibliography in a field of growing importance. The book divides itself into a history of vocational guidance and a critical appraisal of the growing library of success literature, and the story of the schools and the people who have brought it to its present high standards. Should prove a bonanza in the department of vocational work.