I Have A Dream

I’ve been meaning to transcribe something in Anniversary for the group (and to give Carlos something new to read, since he is usually the one doing the writing!), and this speech from 1963 seemed apropos to post given things going on in the world today.  It is the address by the Rev. Martin Luther King at the “March on Washington”.  Since the text is readily available on-line, you won’t have to puzzle over my transcription inaccuracies too long (I apologize in advance for “e” loops sometimes looking like “a” loops and vice versa).  For those of you unfamiliar with U.S. state abbreviations in Gregg, which are used in several places in the text, please check Paragraph 238 of the Anni manual.

Attachment: I Have a Dream.pdf


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  1. I cannot thank you enough! I have had MLK Jr's I Have a Dream Speech hanging in my son's room for years.  I can't wait to transcribe this, what an apropos time to have done this.  Thank you.  Susan Johnston

  2. This is very good, very clear! I see some little things, like writing some Simplified outlines and outlines that could have been written starting on the line (so that you can have more room to write), but other than that, it is very legible. No transcript needed, smiley. Thank you!

    1. I'm glad you were able to read it!  You're right about the Simplified outlines — I suspect I will always throw in a few of those since that's the system I learned first.  Thanks for the suggestion of writing starting on the line.  I need to pay more attention to that.

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