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Disputed Handwriting

An exhaustive, valuable, and comprehensive work upon one of the most important subjects of to-day. With illustrations and expositions for the detection and study of forgery by handwriting of all kinds

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Author: Jerome B. Lavay
Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 63,150 / 197 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 10.5
LoC Category: AG
Downloads: 1,568
Added to site: 2005.02.19 9666

partments--Secret Service Districts--Reports Made to the Treasury Department--Good Money and Bad--How to Detect the False--System of Numbering United States Notes Explained--Counterfeiting on the Decrease--Counterfeiting Gold Certificates--Bank Tellers and Counterfeits--The Best Secret Service in the World



A Man's Handwriting a Part of Himself--Handwriting and Personality--Cheap Postage and Typewriters Playing Havoc with Writing by Hand--Old Time Correspondence Vanishing--Two Divisions of Handwriting--Fashion Has Changed Even Writing--Characteristic Writing of Different Professions--One's Handwriting a Sure Index to Character and Temperament--Personality of Handwriting--Handwriting a Voiceless Speaking--A Neglected Science--Interest in Disputed Handwriting Rapidly Coming to the Front--Set Writing Copies no Longer the Rule--Formal Handwriting--Education's Effect on Writing--Handwriting and Persona



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