Half-length portrait of A. N. Palmer, handwriting expert, standing outside a building in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Palmer developed a new method of handwriting that was adopted by the board of education for instruction in Chicago schools.
Notes This photonegative taken by a Chicago Daily News photographer may have been published in the newspaper.
Created/Published 12.Oct.1910 (Cite as: DN-0056081, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago Historical Society.)
I found the image while searching for "handwriting" in the American Memory site from the Library of Congress.
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¶More about A.N. Palmer in The American Penman