Biographical Stories

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Phonographic institute Company, 1912 - Shorthand - 77 pages
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Page 82 - On Self-Culture, Intellectual, Physical, and Moral. A vade mecum for young men and students. By JOHN STUART BLACKIE, professor of Greek in the University of Edinburgh. Printed in the Easy Reporting Style of Phonography in accordance with the Manual of Phonography by Benn Pitman and Jerome B.
Page 83 - Henry M. Parkhurst, Spencer C. Rodgers, Daniel C. McEwan, Thomas Allen Reed, Wm. Whitford, Edw. B. Dickinson, Philander Deming, Julius Woldemar Zeibig, Benn Pitman, Theo. F. Shuey, Thos. Towndrow. Theo. C. Rose, Sherburne Wesley Burnham, Wm. Henry Burr, Elias Longley, Dennis F.
Page 83 - MINA WARD. Consists of exercises suitable for class-room dictation, counted and arranged to facilitate reading at any desired speed. The exercises are also arranged in order according to the average number of syllables in the words which each contains. Cloth I oo How Long—A Symposium.
Page 85 - Phonographic Institute " Steel Pen. Expressly manufactured for us for phonographic writing and reporting. These pens have especially fine, smooth points, and pleasant uniform action. The peculiar shape is such that a great deal of ink is held by the pen without danger of dropping, thus reducing to a minimum the frequency of dipping the pen. No. I, fine points. No. 2, medium points. No. 3, coarse points. Per dozen, 10 cents; per gross I oo The "Phonographic Institute
Page 82 - ... names, legal, scientific, and technical terms, engraved in Phonography with a parallel key in ordinary type. Concerning each word information is given on the following points: I. Spelling; 2. Accentuation; 3. Pronunciation; 4. Capitalization; 5. Fully vocalized phonographic form; 6. Reporting Style outline; 7. Compounding; 8. Principal phrases which it begins. The phonographic outlines are clearly and beautifully engraved, no roundabout, complicated "nomenclature
Page 83 - His Life and Labors. By BENN PITMAN. A unique history of the invention and development of Phonography, told in the form of a biography of the Inventor, written by his brother. Cloth i oo A Manual of Language Lessons. By FR HEATH. A text-book on English, designed more especially for use in commercial colleges and schools of shorthand. The following subjects are briefly but comprehensively treated, and suitable exercises are furnisht: I. Grammar; 2. Practical Analysis — Missing- word exercises; 3....
Page 83 - Testimony of Louis J. Weichman in the trial of John H. Surratt for the murder of Abraham Lincoln. With key. Paper.. 35 Testimony for the Prosecution.
Page 79 - CATALOG OF Phonographic Works BY BENN PITMAN AND JEROME B. HOWARD. PUBLISHT BY THE PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. There is no question whatever of the truth of the statement that the Benn Pitman System...
Page 81 - Outlines for upward of 30,000 words; embracing every useful word in the language, and a large number of Proper and Geographical Names, Legal, Scientific and Technical Terms, ete., fullv engraved, with parallel Key in the ordinary type.
Page 81 - This work is designed for selfinstruction in the phonographic art, and is the proper book for the beginner. It contains a complete exposition of the system, from its simplest principles to the Reporting Style, arranged in alternate and opposite pages of explanation and phonographic exercises. Every principle is copiously illustrated with engraved examples for reading, and exercises in the ordinary type for writing practice. A large number of pages of engraved reading matter...

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