Science: Aristogents

Ten "best" men of the U. S., their identities carefully guarded, this week became specimens for genetic study. At instance of the Aristogenic Association photographers started after these ten men, in company with phonographers, artists, anatomists, physicians, psychologists, anthropologists, interviewers. When the specialists get through, society will have their detailed records. For each there will be still and moving pictures; talkies and phonograph records; sculptures of hands, face, bust and other body parts; finger prints; medical history; family case cards; minutiae of every sort which Dr. Charles Benedict Davenport has been accumulating...

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