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The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 2 December 1964, page 97

"In Their Own Writing": "As your letters lean so leans your heart" says internationally famous handwriting analyst Muriel Stafford, who studied The Beatles’ signatures and wrote this article on their personalities. 

Full article at the source link.

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