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It must also be remembered that missing or bandaged digits have to be further searched to cover all possibilities. Some examples of the Henry system classification are shown in the following table. 0923Ch01Frame Page 25 Monday, May 14, 2001 1:34 PM Sir Edward Henry and Sir William Herschel In England, an “Establishment” controversy has existed since the end of the nineteenth century concerning the merits of British fingerprint pioneers. 12) also worked out classification systems, and these knights, with Sir Edward predominating, were considered to be very nice chaps.
In 1902, while studying law in Munich, Robert Heindl (1883–1958) read in an English magazine about the use of a fingerprint classification system and wrote to India for details. He stressed to German police authorities that they should use fingerprints for identifying people, and the first fingerprint bureau in Germany was set up in Dresden on April 1, 1903. However, Heindl still met resistance because many German police forces still thought the Bertillon system was superior. Nevertheless, in 1903, three other German police forces commenced fingerprinting: Augsburg, Hamburg, and Nuremburg.
This is a new, system of palmistry. The report was published in the July 1877 issue of The American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, and its implicit suggestion of identifying scenes of crime imprints of bloody hands predates a similar statement in Faulds’ Nature letter of 1880. The publication of the report in 1972 represented a sensational revelation by author Duayne J. Dillon, Martinez, California, but it certainly does not seem to have merited the attention it mightily deserves. In 1881, Surgeon John S.