You might say that this is part of my side of the story… Please excuse my handwriting, punctuation, and spelling.
In the hospital the state of his handwriting was terrible, he says, but he “scribbled” much of Inside a Pearl while in hospital.
“Over the years her handwriting remained the same while his diminished,” recalls Katzenbach.
Perhaps an examination of his handwriting—an extraordinary specimen—can provide some clues to how his mind worked.
As far as I can tell from the handwriting experts I consulted, they agree on a few basics.
I have not imitated your handwriting in the letter to Jarwin.
"But I have the letter in your own handwriting," pleaded the captain.
Carmina received a letter, bearing the Italian postmark, but not addressed to her in Teresa's handwriting.
"This is not so good an imitation of my handwriting as the other letter," he added.
The manner of the handwriting was itself characteristic of kind consideration for her untrained readers.
An ordinary note in his [Horace Greeley's] handwriting is said to have been used for a long time as a railroad pass, then as a servant's recommendation, and finally taken to a drug-store as a doctor's prescription. ["Frank Leslie's Magazine," August 1884]