(Received 22 February 1977; accepted 21 March 1977)
Published Online: 1977
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The duties of a document examiner are primarily those of determining whether a writing is or is not authentic. Occasionally the document examiner is asked questions that require a certain amount of crystal-ball gazing to answer. One such question is the determination of the geographic origins of a writer by his handwriting style.
Document examiner, Lincoln, Nebr.
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