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The speaking portrait
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The nose, as it cannot be disguised, is extremely important in identification. The types above, taking them from the left, show a low, narrow nose, a hooked nose, a straight nose, a snub nose, and a high, wide nose.
"The Speaking Portrait" an article from Pearson's Magazine, 1901, illustrating the principles of Alphonse Bertillon's anthropometry.