Keys for Shorthand in Gregg Writer & Today’s Secretary

From 1920 through 1960, the English keys for the shorthand plates in the Gregg Writer and Today’s Secretary only appeared in The American Shorthand Teacher (1920-1950) and Business Education World (1950-1990). Scans of every issue of The American Shorthand Teacher and Business Education World are available as separate magazine issues on the Internet Archive. (They…

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Introduction from a new member – GS learner

Hello All, I wanted to just introduce myself. I discovered this blog a few days ago. I’m a new GS learner. For fun, a friend of mine and I are studying 1916 Pre-Anniversary 5th edition together. She is helping me learn this as she used the Diamond Jubilee edition GS professionally in a past life….

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Gregg Medical Shorthand Books – Which Series?

EDIT 2020-05-01: Found another Gregg medical steno book on Archive.org, added it and updated the count of Gregg medical shorthand books. Hello all, I’m trying to figure out which Gregg medical shorthand book to get. I poked around the blog archives, but I wasn’t able to find the exact answer to my question. So far…

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Rare Gregg Writer Vol 2 on Google Books

Google Books recently scanned most of Gregg Writer Volume 2 from the Harvard library collection. The scan includes October 1899. It also includes February through September 1900. November, December, and January are missing from the Harvard collection and were not scanned. (For Volume 2, the magazine ran from October 1899 through September 1900.) Google Books…

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Where is thy Sting-1916 Pre-anniversary Shorthand

Where is They Sting (1920) was serialized in the Gregg Writer magazine in 1916 Pre-anniversary shorthand in August and September 1922. There is an Anniversary version serialized in the Gregg Writer magazine from March to May 1936. (I believe that this version was posted elsewhere on this blog.) This story was published in All-Story magazine…

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Tale from a Log Mill – 1916 Pre-anniversary Shorthand

A Tale from a Log Mill was serialized in the Gregg Writer in 1916 Pre-anniversary shorthand in February and March 1921. Authorship was credited to Ethel R. Brown; Berkeley High School; Berkeley, California. The Tale of a Log Mill was written in Anniversary shorthand for Gregg Speed Studies (1929). Authorship was credited to Ethel M….

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