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The Gregg writer. Volume 46, number 10 (June 1944)

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The Gregg writer. Volume 46, number 10 (June 1944)

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New York: The Gregg publishing company, 1944 *** "A Monthly Magazine for Secretaries, Stenographers, and Typists", edited by John Robert Gregg (1867-1948). The present number includes two articles on proper names (in shorthand, pages 477-79) and numerous articles and texts meant to further the war effort, among them "A chance to serve at the front with the Red cross on D-day" (in shorthand, page 510). OCLC 6614243 (part).. Publisher's pictorial wrappers. A very good copy.. In 32 (234 x 155 mm): Pp. i-iii [iv], [463]-520, v.


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The Gregg writer. Volume 46, number 10 (June 1944)
Gregg writer)
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