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    1. It appeared in the September 1920 issue of The Gregg Writer, but the speech was delivered as a round table discussion at a convention in 1917, according to the article.

      1. I remember reading it before, but couldn't remember where.  

        Gregg had a distinct vision for his system that definitely distinguished him from other creators of shorthand systems.  I've always regretted that it didn't work out this way for general use, since that has always been shorthand's appeal for me.

        Thanks for the reference.  Even as a DJS writer I can pretty much read this Anniversary text.

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