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Tampered, Erased, And Manipulated Paper

Workings Of The Government Secret Service

Three Of America's Best-known Men

Greatest Danger To Banks

Character And Temperament Indicated By Handwriting

Curious And Freakish Signatures Of Well-known Bankers And Business Men

Guided Handwriting And Method Used

Tales Told By Handwriting

How Some Celebrated Women Write

Signature Experts The Safety Of The Modern Bank


Interesting Autograph Signatures





This the writing of an extremely erratic and nervous man.

Kaiser's signature published in book sanctioned by him is the writing of an extremely erratic and nervous man.

Capt. Myles Standish's signature.

This is a facsimile of Capt. Myles Standish's handwriting found on the fly-leaf of one of his books. Capt. Myles Standish, known as the human sword blade, whose valor saved the Pilgrims at Plymouth from utter destruction at the hands of hostile Indians went back to England in 1625 on business for the colony. Before his return, in 1626, he bought this book and carried it back to America with him.

signature of the great Liberator of Italy, Garibaldi.

In this signature of the great Liberator of Italy, we have indications of energy in the angular form of the letters, and in the hasty and irregular dot to the small letter "i," and originality in the curious angularly waved line below the signature. It denotes tenacity of purpose.

Signature of Napolean Bonaparte.

In this signature of Napoleon Bonaparte, which appears on a letter written by him when only a captain in the French army, we have the "vaulting ambition" which made him all

but

master of Europe. There is the dominant will in the strongly marked "t," and in the hard, thick line which terminates the flourish; his egotism and self-assertion are evidenced in this flourish, his originality in the peculiar form of the capital letter "B;" but ambition is here "still the lord of all."





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