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Paleographer A. H. Carter

	In looking at Prescott Currier's paper, I saw that he
mentions "Some Impressions of the Voynich Manuscript,"
unpublished notes by Prof. A. H. Carter (Former
technical historian, Army Security Agency), 1946.
Carter apparently was "a calligraphic or paleographic
expert".  He said that "the writing is consistent
throughout, and is obviously the work of one man"
(P.C.'s words).  With his statistics on A and B, as
well as his own study of the script, P.C. thinks Carter
daft and/or incompetent.  

	However that may be, I've heard of very few cases
where a professional paleographer actually studied the
VMs.  Would someone who knows this article please
expand on it?