Penmanship Practice – October 2011

This selection appeared in the September 1926 issue of The Gregg Writer. Click on the image for full view.

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  1. I find a few of the outlines hard to decipher. I have guessed that mn-a-n represents "in my own."
    I know that the superscript o on its side represents "alter-" in pre-Anniversary. Does it also represent "all over," as in "all over the country" in this context? Is the pre-anniversary outline for "especially" e-s-p-e-ish" (If so, it is closer to the Simplified e-s-p-e-ish-e than to the Anniversary e-s-p-e.

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