W. R. C. Latson
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|W. R. C. Latson|
|Born||17 March 1866|
|Died||11 May 1911 (45)|
New York City, New York
William Richard Cunningham Latson (March 17, 1866 - May 11, 1911) was an American physician specialising in dermatology and self-described "esoteric psychologist" interested in Asian (Orientalist) mysticism. Latson was the editor of Health-Culture magazine, which was advertised as holding a line "opposed to drugs, vaccination and operations," and wrote extensively on physical culture, autointoxication, hygienic dietetics (including vegetarianism and raw foodism), and certain materials of interest in New Thought circles.
- Latson, W. R. C., Common Disorders: With Rational Methods of Treatment, Including Diet, Exercise, Baths, Massotherapy, etc., New York: Health-Culture Co.
- Latson, W. R. C., The Food Value of Meat: Flesh Food Not Essential to Physical and Mental Vigor, New York: Health-Culture Co.
- Latson, W. R. C., Attainment of Efficiency: Rational Methods of Developing Health and Personal Power, New York: Health-Culture Co.
- Latson, W. R. C. (1910), The Enlightened Life & How To Live It, New York: Health-Culture Co.
- Latson, W. R. C. (1911), A Catechism of Health, New York: Health-Culture Co., https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=chi.105719346
- Latson, W. R. C. (1913), Secrets of Mental Supremacy, Holyoke, Mass.: Elizabeth Towne Co., https://archive.org/details/secretsofmentals00lats