There is good news on this front. Apparently the copyright has been settled, and we have new copies printed last year by Solis press. You may still be able to buy a copy from Amazon!Now on with the original post....
In 1926, Graham Wallas published a book which has been cited in organizational theory texts all over the world (as well as papers on the Philosophy of Art). It presaged cognitive psychology and built a model of creative thought that has helped millions of people recognize and appreciate their own ability to think creatively -- and teach it to others.
I don't have a copy of The Art of Thought. I know it by reputation and reference only. It seems like every once in a while I stumble across yet another reference to the Wallas Model of Creativity, and still I don't have a copy, and have never read a copy of the original work.
Why? Because I can't have one.
Amazon doesn't have it.
Google books doesn't have it.
Barnes and Noble doesn't have it.
Project Gutenberg doesn't have it.
I don't know what the process is to acquire and digitize a book. Heck, I'd be willing to stop into a library and photograph every single page if that would help. Few libraries have it.
Would you like to help?
Do you know where we can get a copy?
Who has a service that would professionally digitize it?
Do you know how to get the attention of Gutenberg, Amazon, or Google books?
I think we need to figure it out before there aren't any copies left.