The July 29th page was tested for indented writing impressions using the ESDA. Indented impressions (originating from writing in the July 22nd box) appear "black" while visible writing on the July 29th page appears "white".
The white lines of the word "Take" in Figure 6 are unbroken and appear to lie over the black lines that correspond to impressions produced by writing on the preceding page.
The different dating conventions employed in historical documents can cause problems for even the most seasoned of researchers.
Some are more important than others, and each date has its own function.If a questioned document is in contact with other papers, writing impressions are often transferred from one item to another.This frequently the case when entries are made to diaries, journals, calendars or multi-page documents.In Figure 3 below, the sentence outlined in red was allegedly written on Wednesday July 22nd, the same day that two entries above and below the questioned entry were made.The location of the questioned entry corresponds to the second line in the box dated Wednesday July 29th on the following page (see Figure 4).