How a Chutist Feels?

If you have ever wondered what must it be like to stand before the door of a plane waiting your turn to leap out into the open sky, George Weller in his book “The Story of the Paratroops” tells us in vivid detail of just such experience in New Guinea during World War II. Here…

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Facsimile of the first Gregg booklet from Liverpool

McGraw-Hill did a facsimile of the Liverpool booklet, from 1888, in 1971.  It was sent to shorthand teachers along with an information letter giving some history of the booklet and the shorthand system. Here’s the cover, the letter to teachers, and the first opening page spread.                 Attachment:…

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Casey at the Bat

Here is one of the most famous poems in American literature, written by yours truly in Anniversary for the blog. Its original title was “Casey at the Bat: A Ballad of the Republic Sung in the Year 1888.” Attachment: casey-at-the-bat.pdf

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The Story of Basketball

The game of basketball has millions of fans all over the world. In this selection written in Simplified Gregg by me for the blog, you will find out how that popular sport began. Attachment: the-story-of-basketball.pdf

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Break Break Break – Simplified Gregg

So I have been a part of this blog for a few months now, and I want to contribute. I’m just mostly too embarrassed to put anything up; nonetheless, here is my contribution. Please critique to the fullest! This took me roughly around 4-5 min. to jot down. I’m still working on theory more than speed….

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