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Parkhurst, Henry Martyn (1825-1908).

Published by Printed and Published by Henry M. Parkhurst (Law Stenographer), New York: 1878. (1878)


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From: FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA (Kinzers, PA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Printed and Published by Henry M. Parkhurst (Law Stenographer), New York: 1878., 1878. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. pp. 240, 10, 2. 16 mo. Original full cloth binding. Parkhurst was an inventive man who, at a young age, learned short-hand and became a well-known Boston court reporter. He was taken by the idea of spelling reform (as well as other forms of social change) and published, at his own expense this little quasi-magazine. In addition to topics relating to short-hand, spelling, pronounciation, and punctuation - this little magazine dealt with: Universal Suffrage; Economics; Science (especially Astronomy); Population Control; Land Reform; Voting Rights; and much more. Very Scarce. OCLC records only the copies at Georgetown and Rutgers. VERY SCARCE. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! W147/Rt Stk. Seller Inventory # 057RAD5

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