I learned of this pamphlet from Mr. Blanchard’s book 20 Shortcuts to Shorthand Speed (available at Andrew’s site here) on p. 46. Mr. Blanchard referred to an article he had written in 1933 on “A New and Easy Method for Teaching the Prefixes and Suffixes of Chapters X and XI of the Gregg Shorthand Manual.” In a footnote he mentioned that this plan had been reprinted in this Course of Study pamphlet, which was offered free of charge (as one could probably gather from the extra advertisements.) 😉
Page 13 makes reference to yet another free pamphlet entitled “Vocabulary Previews and Drills for Use in Teaching Chapters X-XI of the Gregg Shorthand Manual,” which includes all the joined/disjoined words in the 1929 Speed Studies book along with 60 drills that “contain approximately 2,000 words and comprise the most complete list of its kind in print.” What I wouldn’t give for that one. There’s not a single reference to it on google; not even WorldCat has it listed. Has anybody seen it? Otherwise, unless it blows out of a tornado somewhere, we can probably count that one lost.
But this one is posted! 🙂