In Frick and Vietti’s /Talk and Take Gregg Shorthand/, on the last page headed “Short Forms for High Speed Writing” there are some abbreviated forms for highly common words. Make : m-a; Take: t-a; Taken: t-a-n. I’m wondering a bit about phrasing possibilities for these, and derivatives. ‘To make’ should be tm-a, possibly confusable with…
This essay by Benjamin Franklin was written in Pre-anniversary Gregg and appeared in the December 1921 issue of The Gregg Writer. Attachment: the-way-to-wealth.pdf
This article by the Rev. Thomas B. Gregory was originally written in March 7, 1850, as a reaction to a speech by Daniel Webster, Senator from Massachusetts. The Pre-anniversary Gregg shorthand version appeared in the October 1913 issue of The Gregg Writer. Attachment: websters-political-suicide.pdf
This selection written in Pre-anniversary Gregg appeared in the May 1917 issue of The Gregg Writer. Attachment: may-is-building-her-house.pdf
This entertaining story written in Simplified appeared in the May 1956 issue of Today’s Secretary. Attachment: paula-revere.pdf
From the May 1917 issue of The Gregg Writer. Click here for a full view.