5 Mary Shipman Andrews Stories In Gregg Shorthand

Today I uploaded a PDF file to the Internet Archive that contains five Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews short stories written in Gregg Shorthand from the Gregg Writer. The stories are presented in chronological order, based on the original publication dates for the English versions.

The stories were originally published from 1906 through 1913. They were serialized in shorthand in 21 separate issues of the Gregg Writer magazine from June 1923 through April 1948. There are two stories in 1916 pre-Anniversary shorthand and three in Anniversary. This document has 142 pages of shorthand plates.

Please download the PDF file for this document from the ZIP file contained on the Internet Archive webpage. The link is at the bottom of this post. Please let me know if you were able to get the PDF file and if it works properly on your PC or device.

When viewing the PDF file in the Adobe Reader, set the page view to “Single Page.” Do not use the “Single Page-Continuous” setting, which will show great differences in page sizes. The individual stories were scanned at different resolutions and page dimensions.

Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews (1860-1936) was an American writer. Her most famous work is The Perfect Tribute (1906), which was adapted into an MGM short (1935) and a TV movie (1991). The Perfect Tribute is a fictional story about how Abraham Lincoln wrote The Gettysburg Address.

Here is the link to the Internet Archive webpage that contains this document:

https://archive.org/details/greggwriterstoriesmaryshipmanandrews


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