Chemical and Technical Stenography

Here is a truly remarkable magnum opus, self-published by a gentleman who worked for the U.S. Dept. of Commerce as a Technologist (Chemical and Metallurgical.)

This volume takes Gregg shorthand to the outermost limits of its applicability in a demanding field. The author also presents a method for representing numbers with Gregg outlines (Appendix B.)

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  1. This is one of my favorite books. It was not published by McGraw Hill, but it is an outstanding adaptation of Gregg, helpful for those of us who use technical terms in our line of work. Thanks for posting.

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