Stenography Volume 1; a monthly journal devoted to the interests of the shorthand profession

 
9781236032072: Stenography Volume 1; a monthly journal devoted to the interests of the shorthand profession

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 Excerpt: ...personally. Invented and taught by Chas. C. Beale, Practical Teacher of Shorthand, Editor of "Stenography," and Principal of the Boston Shorthand Bureau and School of Phonography. The best and most successful school of shorthand in New England. We have competent teachers in ALL the good systems of shorthand. Our regular course includes shorthand, typewriting and business correspondence, and FITS the pupil for a position. No failures. For terms, and full particulars, address, THE HAMMOND TYPEWRITER, IT NOW LEADS. PERFECT ALIGNMENT; CHANGEABLE TYPE. GREATEST SPEED. Price of machine, two styles of Type wheels, $100.00; Extra.Typewheels, $5.00. Call and see the Hammond before you buy a typewriter, dr Operators on this Machine wanted.-3) Send lor Circular to IT STANDS AT THE HEAD! One touch of the finger should produce any character used by the operator of a writing machine; instruments that fail to accomplish this are deficient and do not fully meet the necessity that brought them forth. These facts are self-evident. The No. 2 "Caligraph" is the only writing machine that fully economizes time and lador, and economy of time and labor is the best reason we know for soliciting trade. r e Granting that we are at the front in this, we can.show that our lately improved machines excel in mechanical merit, durability and beauty of work. 13,000 Caligraphs in Daily Use! We publish 400 letters from prominent men and firms, which are convincing. For specimens, etc., address, W. JL BEIiCPER v v ce., 36 BROMFIELD ST., BOSTON. STENOGRAPHY A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE SHORTHAND PROFESSION. Entered at the Boston Post Office as second-class mail matter. VOL. I. NO. VII. BOSTON, MASS., JANUARY, 1887. $1.00 por year. Sin...

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