The Modern Criminal Science Series, the complete nine volume set by The American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology. Octavo, [9 volumes]. Maroon cloth, title in gilt on spine. Some editions with scarce publishers dust jacket, all lightly soiled and worn from handling. Solid text block and bindings in every volume. Occasional pencil marks, light foxing to endpapers of Volume III. An overall scarce set to find in complete form.
Comments: This collection of nine volumes from various authors was published by Little, Brown and Company from 1911 – 1917. The works include: Modern Theories of Criminality by Bernaldo de Quiros; Criminal Psychology by Hans Gross; Crime: Its causes and remedies by Cesare Lombroso; The Individuation of Punishment by Raymond Saleilles; Criminal Sociology by Enrico Ferri; Penal Philosophy by Gabriel Tarde; Criminality and Economic Conditions by William Adrian Bonger; Criminology by Raffaele Garofalo; Crime and Its Repression by Gustav Aschaffenburg.