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  • "This is what has been called a rayograph by a detective of my acquaintance," explained Garrick.

    Guy Garrick

  • To imagine that the culmination of the life work of an artist, theartist, whose sublime balls and cubes had defined an entire revolution in structural composition, theartist, whose blue color-field painting, whose rayograph, whose urinal, whose suspended shark in formaldehyde, could bedecadentas a result ofextension: this was too horrifying to comtemplate.

    quo Murphy

  • "The writer of that blackmailing letter," continued Garrick, "as I have discovered both by hastily running over it with a tooth-pick and, more accurately, by enlarging and studying it with the rayograph, is suffering from a peculiar conjunction of nervous trouble and disease of the heart which is latent and has not yet manifested itself, even to him."

    Guy Garrick

  • I doubt if any one could disguise what the rayograph shows.

    The Dream Doctor

  • I think you can readily see that when the writing is thrown on a screen, enlarged by the rayograph, the tremors of the pen are quite apparent. "

    Guy Garrick


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