|Professor Rudolph W. Bernard, from the Language Institute of New York University who laid the foundation for my book. He convinced me that "Organization is everything."|
|Evanne Geltzeiler and Russell Christesen, truly my best friends. When my concern for my grammar and syntax threatened to impinge on my freedom of expression, they appreciated my writing style and encouraged me to unleash my natural spirit of abandon and my passion for my subject.|
|Dr. Jean Charles Gille-Maisani, who generously enhanced my efforts by letting me use chapter 10 of his book, Psychologie de L'Écriture. In this chapter 10, the French graphologist, A. Lecerf, gives us an insight to his never-published book, "Les abnormaux sexuels," which he was able to create from the files of Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld's Institut fuer Sexuelle Wissenschaft in Berlin, saved before the Nazis destroyed everything.|
|Dr. Marie Glynn, who worked for me at a distance in California. She mixed my exuberant style with her sober, abstract thinking.|
|Charles Hamilton, world famous autograph dealer and handwriting expert, who was generous with his prudent advice and professional counsel. He is always there for me when I need him.|
|Dr. Jean Houston and Dr. Robert Masters, who once told me I should live in America because my enthusiasm for this country is genuine and derives from higher forces.|
|Charles O'Neal, who presented me with the most interesting handwritings of his friends.|
|Edward O'Neill, a man of letters, who helped to judge this book from the graphological and human point of view. He also translated Professor Gille's chapter from his Psychologie de L'Écriture for my book.|
|Mr. A. Malhotlr, who opened the gates to the international world for me, permitting me access to prolific quantities of fascinating handwritings.|
|The Saint Club in New York. They invited me to their spring parties and graciously permitted me to analyze the handwriting of numerous guests for use in this book.|
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Publication information: Book title: Sexual Deviations as Seen in Handwriting. Contributors: Marie Bernard - Author. Publisher: Whitston. Place of publication: Troy, NY. Publication year: 1990. Page number: v.
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