Key for Preanniversary

Hello everybody! I wonder if there’s a key for the exercises in Preanniversary book, edition 1916. I mean for this one: “Gregg Shorthand: A Light-Line Phonography for the Million”. (http://gregg.angelfishy.net/preanman.pdf). Thanks in advance, Just a comment: I’ve been followed the serie “Downton Abbey”. It was nice for me to see a maid named Gwen learning…

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1893 Gregg Manual Parts I and 2 – 1895 edition

Here is a PDF with the 1893 Gregg’s Shorthand Manual.  This is the 1895 edition.  This has Parts 1 and 2.  Previously, I have only seen Part 1.  The 1893 Gregg Manual was the first version published in the United States.  Apparently, there was little revisions in between Manual versions.  This one shows a print…

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How to Read Gregg Pub Co Printers Codes – Revised

Attached is a revised version of my earlier document explaining how to read Gregg Publishing Company printers codes to determine the year and month of the press run for a copy of a Gregg book.  Originally, my investigation indicated that a month/year code (e.g. A-54)  was used in the press run date segment of the…

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More Dictation Qs

We have discussed this before over several threads but i would like some clarification.  In one of my posts asking about dictation, the advice was to use audio dictation from the beginning – to record and replay at a slow pace and writing with the book open. In another thread here, http://greggshorthand.multiply.com/journal/item/687/Self-dictation Carlos, you gave some great…

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