Gregg Writer 1903-1982 on the Internet Archive

At the end of March 2021, the Internet Archive published the Gregg Writer/Today’s Secretary magazine Volumes 6 through 84 (9-1903 through 5-1982). This is the entire run of both magazines, except for Gregg Writer Volumes 1 -5 (4-1899 through 8-1903). The good news is that you can download images for all magazines through 1961. You…

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The Boy Who Plunged Over Niagara

This story by American editor and writer Lawrence Elliott describes the “Miracle at Niagara.” Find out what happened that day by reading this account of the events, here transcribed by yours truly in Centennial Gregg. Attachment: the-boy-who-plunged-over-niagara.pdf

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Land of Hope and Old Glory

Have you ever wondered how a British national would feel about celebrating the 4th of July in the United States? This very entertaining article by an unnamed reporter from The Times of London will give you an idea. I transcribed it for the blog in Centennial Gregg. Attachment: land-of-hope-and-old-glory.pdf 

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Blue River in the Sea

What do you know about the Gulf Stream? This article by American economist A. H. Z. Carr and transcribed in Centennial Gregg by me describes this phenomenon and its importance. Attachment: blue-river-in-the-sea.pdf 

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Music and Health

From his book, Nerve Control and How to Gain It, Canadian-American journalist Henry Addington Bruce explains the effects of music on mental health. I transcribed it for the blog in Centennial Gregg. Attachment: music-and-health.pdf

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Memo About Your Memory

Our memory: we sometimes bless it and sometimes curse it. However, what do you know about that part of your mind? Transcribed by me Centennial Gregg, here is what some experts say. Attachment: memo-about-your-memory.pdf

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