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Composite of the portraits of six members of the same family, by F. Galton 1882

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Composite of the portraits of six members of the same family, by F. Galton. 1882. Francis Galton used composite portraiture to identify physical traits common to families and population groups. (DNAi location: Chronicle > Threat of the Unfit > Founders)
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francis galton,university college london,population groups,physical traits,dnai,portraiture,founders,portraits
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