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This kit is an intelligence-measuring test developed by William Healy in 1917 and manufactured by the Stoelting Company in Chicago. It is designed to test cognitive abilities through non-verbal means. I.Q. tests became especially popular during World War I (1914-1918) when they were used to rapidly assess and classify large numbers of men.

Creator: Judge Baker Foundation
Date: between 1917 and 1918

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Item Number: 209959
KSHS Identifier: 2000.34.1

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