O. Henry Stories in Gregg Shorthand

Please help me test a new PDF file that contains ten O. Henry short stories written in Gregg Shorthand. The stories were serialized in 22 issues of the Gregg Writer magazine. All of the stories are in the public domain. This PDF file is not viewable on the Internet Archive viewer. You need to download…

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The Whistle

This is one of the most famous essays by Benjamin Franklin. Its message is still very relevant in today’s world. I transcribed it in Anniversary Gregg for the blog. Attachment: the-whistle.pdf

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Death of a Grizzly

This selection is an excerpt from the book The Biography of a Grizzly by British-Canadian wildlife artist and author Ernest Seton-Thompson, here written by me in Anniversary Gregg. Attachment: death-of-a-grizzly.pdf

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The People of Japan – Part 1

This selection by historian Will Durant from his book The Story of Civilization and transcribed by me in Anniversary Gregg describes the fascinating Japanese culture, their ancient customs and rituals. Attachment: the-people-of-japan-part-1.pdf

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Pyramus and Thisbe

The Greeks, the Latins, and other ancient peoples loved to tell myths that explained natural events — why certain stars are in the sky, for example, or how it happens that we have seasons. Many of the myths of the ancient world were retold by the Latin poet Ovid. In honor of Februrary, the month…

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Vocabulary – Sténographie Gregg (Sénécal)

This list of words and phrases appearing in the second edition of Sténographie Gregg by R. J. Sénécal was prepared by one of our members, Aymeric de Poyen. This is a handy reference for those studying French Anniversary Gregg. Mille mercies, Aymeric ! Attachment: Index Sénécal.pdf

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