“The Gregg Writer”

I recently purchased several issues of “The Gregg Writer” from 1930s and 1940s.  I removed the pages that were of interest to me, and scanned them for my files.  They contain a wealth of information, such as theory, word drills, phrasing principles, court reporting, etc.  The incomplete issues are:  May 1934, October 1938, December 1938 (this one is interesting, as the cover has a picture of Dr. Gregg, with his greetings in shorthand), and Novenber 1943.  If anyone is interested, they’re available at no charge.

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  1. Hi Philip,

    The files are rather large. I probably should have said the hard copy pages from the "The Gregg Writer" are available… In any case, I'll be in touch with you. Thank you for your interest.

  2. Can you send me your scans?  I believe much of the original shorthand of the magazine was written by my mother, nee Astrid Gescheidt, who met my Dad, David Ramsey, at the Gregg Publishing Company.

    BTW, Dad was active in the Freemasons, and his "mason's mark" was Ramsey in Gregg shorthand.   Sorry, I tried to scan it for you, but no luck.  That would have been sometime in the 1930s/40s.

    Time permitting,  I hope to produce a book on Mom's work at Gregg's.

    Many thanks!!!

    Donald D. Ramsey   [email protected]


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