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Ferromagnetic domain wall images have been observed in a variety of ferromagnetic materials by an electron transmission technique employing defocusing of the objective lens. Image formation and contrast effects are interpreted on the basis of charged particle motion through a magnetic field and electron microscope imaging. Observations are consistent with magnetic domain theory; domain sizes and wall geometry have been confirmed by the Bitter pattern technique.