7 Things the Presidents’ Handwriting Reveals About Them
George Washington, the first president of America
George Washington was the first president of the United States. Unfortunately, he died on the evening of December 14, 1799, at his home in Mount Vernon, aged 67. His last words were “Tis well”.
He liked the copybook script, which means he used the same letterforms from the elementary school, but with a few minor adjustments. “The writer who favors copybook script is a traditionalist – conservative, responsible, honoring and revering social and governmental institutions, playing by the rules/doing things by the book, dutiful,” said graphologist Annette Poizner.
The text written by the first president of America is quite readable which means that he was a direct and honest man.