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TATTOOS

33 5 X 8 CARDS OF TATTOOS AND INSTRUMENTS

Submitter comment: INDICATE ON THE CARD IF IT IS NOT STANDARD. HE SAID THAT ABOUT A
THIRD OF HIS CUSTOMERS BRING IN THEIR OWN DESIGNS. HE HAD LITTLE
INFORMATION TO GIVE ON INDIVIDUAL DESIGNS. HE FOUND NO PREFERENCES
DETERMINED BY SEX. HOWEVER, HE DID FIND THAT PEOPLE OF CERTAIN
OCCUPATIONS MADE SIMILAR CHOICES.
SOME OF HIS DESIGNS SEEMED OUTDATED BUT HE COULD NOT INDICATE ANY
THAT HE HAD NOT DONE RECENTLY. HE WAS PRETTY VAGUE IN THE WHOLE AREA
OF SPECIFIC DESIGNS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; FERNDALE

Subject headings: --

Date learned: 11-26-1973

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