This document is entitled “No. 1 Standard Tests for Employees. It was published by the Engineering Magazine Company in New York and cost $10.00 for a hundred. It was copyrighted in 1916 by William Fretz Kemble. The 31-page document asks general questions and also asks more specifically about writing speed, concentration, mathematical speed, personal opinion, terminology, general information, estimating, comprehension and imitation, trade tests (telegraph operator, shorthand writing, bookkeeping test, mechanical drawing, shipping or railway clerk, chemistry, electricity, mechanics and general problems), and tact and composition.