I am reading “The History of Gregg Shorthand”, based on Mr. Gregg’s writings, and edited by Mr. Leslie, published in 1964. I’m thoroughly enjoying it. I got it through interlibrary loan.
I’m interested in reading more. Could you recommend what you’ve found useful and enjoyable?
Thanks very much.
(by Shorthand-learner for
Are you referring to shorthand-related books? Or books in general?
Mcbud, I chuckled at your answer.
I was thinking of books about Gregg shorthand, or Mr. Gregg, and such.
Mcbud, thank you very much. I'll make another library request. I would so enjoy being able to read all the issues of The Gregg Writer. I have a few, and sometimes consider answering some of the ads. (I did answer one in another periodical once, and actually got an answer. I was surprised that the organization was still in existence.)
I liked "John Robert Gregg – the Man and his Work" by F. Addington Symonds, "The Factors of Shorthand Speed", by David Wolfe Brown, and "Twenty Shortcuts to Shorthand Speed" by Clyde Blanchard, among others. I also like reading the Gregg Writer.