New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1933. Second Printing. The earliest such history of the personal finance business, authored by a statistician for the Beneficial Management Corporation, a company which supervised and audited the largest group of personal finance companies in the country. Neifeld would go on to write a number of small how-to manuals on personal and consumer credit. Octavo (24cm.); publisher's cloth in orange printed dust jacket; xviii,,490pp. Light shelf wear to jacket extremities, spine rather toned, top textblock edge heavily foxed, compliments card of the Michigan Association of Personal Finance Companies, signed by the Director of Social Research Russell J. Darling, originally paperclipped (now loose) to front free endpaper with subsequent rust stains. Still, a Very Good or better copy in the scarce dust jacket.