I recently purchased several issues of "The Gregg Writer" from 1930s and 1940s. I removed the pages that were of interest to me, and scanned them for my files. They contain a wealth of information, such as theory, word drills, phrasing principles, court reporting, etc. The incomplete issues are: May 1934, October 1938, December 1938 (this one is interesting, as the cover has a picture of Dr. Gregg, with his greetings in shorthand), and Novenber 1943. If anyone is interested, they're available at no charge.
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