Pens

I bought an Esterbrook fountain pen and a Gregg nib (#1555).  In installed the nib on the pen easily. The outlines I write with it are very clear; but the point scratches.  Also, even though the pen has been reconditioned, and its bladder has been replaced, it seems not to hold much ink.  I must refill…

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A Little Journey to the Home of Gregg Shorthand

By the redoubtable Elbert Hubbard, who was a friend of Dr. Gregg. This was evidently Mr. Hubbard’s last writing before he perished when the Lusitania was sunk. This little booklet is the source of the quote found on the inside front jacket of the Cowan biography: And all honor to the man who has taught…

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Drills on the Manual Lessons

The following set of drills appeared in the September through December 1930 issues of The Gregg Writer, and they are correlated with the chapters of the Anniversary manual. Attachment: drills-on-the-manual-lessons.pdf

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